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DANGER OF CROUP [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
DANGER OF CROUP The great danper in croup is the for mation of a thick mucus in the voice box and until this is expelled, the spasmodic choking continues. Chambtrlairr's Cough Remedy is absolutely safe and certain for croup and if given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, it will preterit the attack. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
IF THE WAR STOPPED TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
IF THE WAR STOPPED TO-DAY One of the leading British journals says that if the war stopped today history would record a signal German victoiy and a decisive British defeat. This statement is roundly challenged hy Dr Fitchett, the editor of "Life," in the June issue of that excellent Australasian magazine. In his most giaphic ttyle, and with that keenness of insight which characterises his writings on the war he points out the exact reverse to be the case. The while of "Life," however, is not devoted to war, for we find some capital illustrated articles on general subjects, some bright fiction, and a drzen well-filled departments dealing with Science, Art, Books, Athletics even Furniture-Making. In a word, "Life" for June is the usual abundant sixpeoceworth fcr the Lusy man and woman. If unobtainable locally, a 3/6 postal note sent to T. Bhaw Fitchett, 37G Swanston-s.reet, Mel bourne, will bring the magazine to any home every month for six months.
TO THE LUNGS DIRECT The Only way to Cure Coughs, Colds and Bronchitis [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
TO THE LUNGS DIRECT The ODIj way to Cure Coughs, and Bronchitis The dsco&lt;ery of x"eps lias at last provided Australians with a natioual and rational means for overcoming coughs, colds, sore throat, broDchiiis, and other ailments of ihe respiratory or;; ins. The great iiiilerence between the Pepa breathable way of treating thnat and chest troubles and the oldfasliioned me'.bods is that Tups get to the root of th. trouble direct. The valuable mediiino locked up in each Peps Ublet is released in the form of air as the tablets dissolves on the tc gue. It thi j circulates naturally with the breath through all the delicate air passages i lint extend from the ncstrils down the throat into the bronchial tubis and the innermost ccruers of the lungs. Liquid cough mixture can only be swallowed into the stomach ; they can not reach the lunas, except indirectly th.ougb the blood, aid then the effect ia cfcen injurious owing to the opium, laudanum, and other harmful drugs tbty contain....
GIPPSLAND WOOL CLIP [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
GIPPSLAHD WOOL The Gippsland Wool Clip for the season' 191415, according to the Government Statist, was as follows Sheep-4 753,069 lbs Lambs- 520,420 lbs Total- 5,272,489 lbs The folal for Victoria was 70,090,903 lbs, which was a little higher than the next lowest of recent years (1912-13). The highest g r.;s yield was 1911-12 when it reached 88,407,219 lbs. The wool produced last season was worth approximately £3,410,913.
DANGER IN A SINGLE KNOCK Festering Wound Spread Over Hand Obstinate Sore Yields to Zam Buk [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
DANGER IN A SJNGLE KNOCK Festering Wound Spread Over Hand Obstinate Sore Yields to Zam Buk The eiperknce of Mr M. Truscott, of 9- Wittcnoon-strect, Boulder, W.A., convoy? a warning of the danger that lies in a single knock, "My husband," said. Mrs Truscott, "one day knocked tbe back of bis band and got a small wound. Thinking the injury was but a trifling one, be took no notice of it, with tbe result that within a day or two it broke out into a nasty running sore. "This gradually began to spread all over tbe tack of the band, and it became extremely in flamed and pamfnl. "ID spite of the mBny different pre parations which we used, the inflam mation appeared to get worse every day, and the sore luver showed any sign of healing. A doctor was con sulted, but as the oitment prescribed was used without tffoct, he decided to operate on the hand, and scraped it. But this also proved ineffective. The nasty sore was as bad as ever, and con tinued to discharge freely. "Beint> strongly advi...
JUDGING A BOLLOCK'S WEIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
JUDGING A BOLLOCK'S WEIGHT Messrs Armnur and Co., Chicago, who have brought ihe science of cattle buying to a fine point, publish in "Armco," their hruse magazine, their buyers' methods for judging the WLMjiht of cattle : - "To the experience buyer there are quite a number of nays to make cermin of the beef-yielding qualities of any builock or steer. "Three points stand out boldly before the eye of a man who is con stantly in the game for many years, and who trains himself to look for and see them. Among the first points .in expert buyer looks for area fat wattle under an animal's jaw and width across the ?h( ulders. The shoulders should be thick and square dear up to the neck, so that tin re will he a good yield of beef all the way along. If a bullock is broad along the back, but sharp at the neck, there is want ofheef there. "Another way to judge a bullcck is from a pomt several feet straight behind him. Notice the confonnation of his hips and back. If he has been thoroughly fed h...
LIVE STOCK IN THE STATE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
."LIVE STOCK' IN THE STATE A census oflivc slock in Victoria on I 31st March has been prepared by the Government Statist. It shows 552,053 horses, 610,517 dairy cows, 752,025 other cattle, 12,051,685 sheep and 243,191 pigs. Cc.mparcd with the same date last year, all these figures, cxcept those for pigs, represent a sub stantial decrease as a result of the drought. l'igs show an increase of 21,919. The figures show that horses are fewer by 10,27s, dairy cows by 45,563, ether caitle by 120,44s, and sheep by 61.997. Although the decrease in sheep in Victoria is put down at 61,997, 'hose in the trade say that the Statist's figures are far out, and the decrease is much greater. The losses by starva tion have been heavier than reported by individual graziers.
CRAMPS AND COLIC [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
CRAMPS AND COLIC I Take a double dose of- Chamberlains I Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy at the first j sign of cramps or colic and a threatened 'attack maybe warded off. Hundreds of people who are attacked with cramps and colic use Chamberlains' Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It never fails to give relief. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 May 1915
i^IVE YOUR CATTLE HACINATIC VX PHOSPHATES or CHALLMAN'S CATTLE LICK. Clbs 1/, 281bs 5/3, CCIbs 10/6, lowt 21/. CHALLMAN, Chemist; TBABALGON Over Coats For the WINTRY WEATHER we have bought a nice EDglish Coat, called the "Aquabacta," with a plad lining, at 45/ Also a FAWN ENGLISH RAIN COAT, light weight, with plad lining, 37/6 We also have Cheaper Coats, but we recommend :be above makes as being reliable, without having too much weight We Invite Your Inspection Green Bros., ROSEDALE' Phone 11 Dentistry I'AIXLESS AM) PEItFECT By a New Method-no pricking of the needle and no bad after effects. Every body Aatoniehed. Why go to men who hart yon, wben I positively aeanro yon ol ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSON ViaitB ROSEDALE at Exchange Ilotol - JUNE 21 ALL DAY Messrs 1\ V. Trood (L.D.8., B.D.So.) Chas. JB. Trood DENTAL SUHGEONS IBAYMOND ST., SALE Phone No. 25. e Great 4s. in the £1 For Spot Cash Only on Drapery ai|d Boots This great offer will conclude 011 ?§...
GOT A COLD? Peps the Best Safeguard in Damp Days and Chilly Nights [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
GOT.A COLD? Pepa the Best Safeguard in Days and Chilly NigbtB When you start sneezing TOU have "caught cold," and Nature ia simply telliDg you to take one or two breathe able Pep3 tablets from their silver wrappers and let tbem dissolve ia tbe mouth. Tbe powerful medicinal and antisep tic fumes which are tbea released from the Pep3 tablets go with tbe breath through the air passages and destroy ail tbe cold germs that have invaded tbe throat. At the same time, the delicate mem brane lining the breathing passages from the mouth to tbe luige is soothed, healed and protected, breathing is made comfortable, and that snuffling choked-up sensation in tbe nose and throat quickly disappears. By this direct and breatbeable Peps treatment a cold is arrested in its first stages. Peps thoroughly disinfect tbe throat, and, without the aid of harmful drugs, provides the lungs with tbe surest defence Bgainst bronchitis, asthma, influenza, cbest weakness, or the deadlier perils of pleurisy and pneu...
Carrajung [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
C'arrajunff The following is the rainfall registered by Mr L. T. M'Dermott 9th 2G 10th 9 14th 40 15th 6 16 th 44 17th 19 18th 70 19th 46 30th ... ... 6 21st ... ... 15 22nd 56 28rd 11 24th 4 25th ..V ... 2 26ih ... - ... 30 27th . .... ... "6 28th 8 SOth 2 Total 4.00 - SSSpts fell for May 1914
ROSEDALE BRANCH, RED CROSS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
ROSEDALE BRANCH, CROSS SOCIETY The members of the above Branch have decided to hold a Jumble Sale on 25th June, to augment their funds. It has beeu decided to have four stalls Produce stall, presided over by Mrs Mitchell; Jumble stall, Mrs M'Carthy; Refreshments, Mrs A. W.Bowman; Sweets stall, Mis Masters. Each of these ladies will have efficient assistants. The members appeal to the public for help, and are sure, now that long lists of our Australian wounded are appearing day by day in the papers, they will not appeal in vain. Any kind and all kinds of sale able goods will be gladly received by the stallholders and their assistants, Wcr,- I so tall to reach the sky, Or take the ocean in ray span, What use is length, unless there's strength ? * Now tell me if you cau. Suppose I'm ill, with rasping cough Or tickling throat-well to be sure, I don't talk length, I gather strength With Woods' Great Peppermint Curs
NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
NAMBROK From Our Own Correspondent On Monday tho 24th ultimo, Mm Cameron and family were tendered a farowell social in tho Public Hall. Despite tho un favournble weather, the district was well represented, which horo amplo testimony AS to the estt em and tho popularity in which tlioy arc held. JJeing anion#** tho first to reside heio after the first subdivision, they succeeded in making a host of friends, who sincerely regret their departure from theso parts. Mr J. Trimble, with a few well chosen remarks appropriate to tho occasion, presented Mrs Cameron with a handsome jardineiro. and also wished Mrs Cumcron and family to carry away with them tho best wishes of th*ir numerous Nntnbrok friends. Mr John 13enningham ably sup ported Mr Trimble's remarks in reference to the Cameron family. The rain of tho Ust few weeks came at a very critical timo as many farmers bad Eown some time back and fears were enter tained about tho seed pcrishiog and tho ; necessity for re*sowiug, which would b...
THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF MAY Rosedale [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF MAY Rose dale The following is, tho rainfall registered by Mr G. P. Hurren : 9th lOtli 13th 1-J.h 15th IGth 17tb 18ih 19th 20th 22nd. '25th 26th 28th 8l3t 25 6 12 .'.20 4 &lt; .-6, 5 50 15 28 i! 8> 2 i !'? . - &lt; . Total ... 1.96' The rainfall "at"Rosedale for first 4 monkha of tlie last five years ie as follows:- ' 1010 15.10 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 18.19 ; 4.10 11.85 6.41 6.87
KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
KILMANY Fiom Oar Own Correspondent The late rains have mnde things look I nice and green here, and farmers arc busily j engaged in the sowing of their crops. A (air amount of new p ouml is being broken up, and a larger area than usuttl will be under crop. A show and sale of gifts in aid of the Church of England Building Fund was held here on Friday and Saturday la t. The' j opening ceremony was conducted by Mrs ' Win. Pearson, of "Kilninnv Park/' who was presented by the Rev Mr Hall, on be j half of the Guardians, with a h.ndsome pair of soisrors with which to cut the ribbons which were ta&tefnl'y unanged across fr nt I of door, and Mrs Pearson, with a few well chosen words, declared the Sate open. The , building locked well within, the stal's being nicely dccorated by the ladies' Guild and Guardians. O.wng to the strenuous efforts of the Guardians and Ladies' Guild the stalls were well_stocked realised close on £70, which is considered very good indeed. Following are the st...
THE LITTLE AMBER BOTTLE A Familiar Object in Thousands of Homes [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
iTHE LITTLE AMBER BOTTLE A Familiar Object in Thousands of llomes The Amber Bottle in which Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are packed i= probably belter known as a familiar object ubout the laotiie than any other bottle of a like kind. It is not there as an ornament, but for practical every day u;e. Id tbe beat rigulated families tbe little ilia of" life will creep i'D. Some members of tbe fam ily circle may occa sionally suffer from Biliousness or Indi gestion, and one or tbe other will from time to time exhibit tbe well-known symp ioms of Constipation. From these little troubles more serious complaints arise and should, therefore, ? ot be nfghcti d. The slight headache, bad brtuth and discolored toDgue, are the index to a disordered stomach, and the necessity of keeping a eafe and sure remedy in the house is Bpparent. By following such a course the more expensive method of calling in a doctor may be avoided. Be your own doctor, prescribe Dr Morae's Indian Boot Pills, and always keep...
RAILWAY MISHAPS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
RAILWAY MISHAPS I Our Cowwarr correspondent writes : - Quite a mild excitement prevailed in Cowwarr when tho news spread on Saturday evening that Hn engine and three trucks had been derailed near the station. It appears tbat a train composed of three trucks of cattle and a number of empty sheep trucks was being turned into No 2 road, when the engine, one of the heavy DD. typo, ran off the rails at the points, cutting across two Bets of rails, and taking the three tracks of cattle with it. The casualty train was sent oat from Xraralgon, and soon there was a gang of men-assisted by the engine of anothor train of live*stocs waiting to go in the opposite direction-at work endeavoring to place the derailed engine on the rails again. This was accomplished in the early hours of Sunday morning* Then the per manent way required attention. It had been damaged to a considerable extent. Somo of the rails were hent, othors twisted, and again, others broken. It was about five o'clock on Sunday mo...
GERMAN SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA (Re-printed from "Hansard," May 29) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 3 June 1915
GERMAN SCHOOLS IN VICTORIA j , (Re-printed from "Hansard," May ag) Mr Angus asked the Minister of Public Instruction 1. Are there any schools in Victoria in which the lessons taught are exclusively in German ; if so, are such schools subsidized ? 2. What means are taken to pre vent disloyal principles being taught by teachers of German parentage? 3. II it is not a fact that seeds of sedition could be sown in the minds of children taught by teachers' of German parentage? Mr Livingston (Minister of Public Instruction): I must ask the honorable member to postpone this question for a week or a fortnight..There is a good deal of difficulty suriounding the whole proposition. I brought the question before the Cabinet last Monday, and it was decided that a full investigation should be marie into all the German schools throughout the State. An in vestigation is now being made by the Department, and when it is completed I shall answer the honoiable member's questions.