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A £100 WAR—PUZZLE CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
A £100 WAR-P.miiE CONTEST The editor of "Everylady's Journal" ?lias hit upon an ingenious scheme, ?which combines instruction with amusement-a War Puzzle Contest along original lines, with £too in prizes. The editor has issued a list of some thousands of places that have come into more or less prominence in the war zone, these places being chosen from maps published in "The Times History of the War" in volume form, and, therefore, authentic. At the head of the nsmcs in each country is a brief explanation of the principles governing their pronunciation, with the correct pronunciation given in brackets after the place. This puzzle-list is worth obtaining if for no other purpose than that of knowing how these various names should be pronounced. The amusement, however, in con nection with this piize puzzle-contest lies in the fact that each month nine of these places will be represented in "Everylady's Journal" in picture form, till the contest closes. The person who interprets correctl...
NOT TREATING IT PROPERLY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
NOT TREATING IT PROPERLY If you cannot get rid of a cold it is be. cause you are not treating it properly. There is no reason why a cold should hang on for weeks or until some serious throat and lung trouble is developed, and it will not if you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, lateen in double doses every hour after the first symptoms appeared Chamberlain's Cough Remedy would have counteracted the effects of the cold and restored your system to a healthy condition. Even after the cold has became settled in the system Cl ambcrlain's Cough Remedy will give prompt relict and counteract any tendency of it resulting in pneumonia. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
CALL TO THE COLORS RECRUITS WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
.CALL TO THE COLORS RECRUITS WANTED Victoria requires an average of 80 recruits daily to reinforce Victorians at the front. Recruits will be re quired to be Age, 18 to 45 years ; minimum height, 5ft 3m.; chest mea surement, 33m. Rates of pay :-Lieut. 21/ per day ; sergeant, 10/6 per day ; corpotal, 10/ per day ; private, 6/ per day. Separation Allowance-Married members receiving less than 8/ per day -(a) for wife living at home, 1/5 per day ; (b) for each child under 16 years of age 4^d per day. A similar allowance as in (a) is paid to the mother of a member who is solely depended on him for support. The pension payable to a widow on the death oi a member of the forces or to a member on total incapacity is : Lieutenant, £91 per annum ; sergeant, £70 per annum ; corporal per annum; private, £52 per annum. In addition, on the death or total incapac ity the wife in addition receives half the rate specified above for the re spective ranks. v
GENERAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
. GENERAL ITEMS ? Writing from Egypt, a Victorian says :-"This is the most immoral and disease-laden countiy under God's blue dome" . ,? i , r . Ratepayers throughout the Shire are reminded that in order to have their names placed on the Voter's List for 1915, it will be necessary for them to pay their rates on or' before next Thursday, 10th inst. A Morwell lad at Menu camp, Egypt, says :-"When I get back to Victoria I intend to go cockying on the Egyptian.principlc. You get up "in the" morning, "milkr" your cow (at leasnhe.wife does), then, if there is only one cow, it is harnessed up on one side of the plough with as many wives on the other side as will equalise the pulling power of the cow, and plough all day long. (Wives are more plentiful than cows). At night you ride home 011 the cow, and the wife or wives trot alongside. On reaching home, the cow is agBin milked by the feminine. Good scheme, don't you thiDk 1. Says the Stratford ''Sentinel"It has been said and truly so that t...
CHILBLAINS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
CHILBLAINS Bad circulation is primarily the cause of chilblains. This can be promoted by plenty of outdoor exercise, which, with external application of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, will work wonders. Chamberlain's Pain Bulm . allays the itch and prevents the chilb'ains breaking. Sold bj J. Williams, Rosedale
An Appeal to the People of Rosedale and District TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
Appeal to the People of Kosedale and District TO THE EDITOR OK THE ''COURIER" I Sir,-Now that the War-'the ijrcutc-'lia liistory-ia raging, and our men of Australij arc at the front (many of whom hivegtce down by the bullet of the enemy) they mu» be cared for in their hour of need, Thanh to the womenfolk of this country whs i» associated with the British lied Cro-j Society, they are endeavoring to prond-thr necessary comforts for our biuve mv:i wb have staked their lives for our Kmpiri'. TLe local ladies are to the fore m t:;:« ? .v:er. and on the 2.5th of this month th.v of the Ro3edt»le Branch of K'i Cross Society are holding a,Ju;u'. k- Hilt, hoping by this means to obtain funds villi which to purchase a fuith-r supply material to make articles of ^lo?hin^ t*c. suitable for wouuded soldiers niiil th:s> r. the front. To put this usar.e. Ki puia words for tho benefit of those who are to. clined to treat the War and the Kcd Cro-s lightly, I would like to point out that the ladies...
SUBDUES THE INFLAMMATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
SUBDUES THE INFLAMMATION Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the medi cine to relieve bronchitis. It removes the difficulty in breathing, relieves the cough, eases the pai.» and by producing a free and easy expectoration subdues the inflammation Chamberlain's Congh Remedy is soothing and healing, and assists Nature to throw off the disease and builds up the system so as to avoid future attacks. Sola by J. Williams, Rosedale
ROSEDALE GOLF CLUB OPENING DAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
ROSEDAIiE GOLF CLUB OPENING DAY The official opening of the golf season in Rosedale took place on the local links yesterday, in perfect weather. There was a good attend ance, the lady players unfortuuately being in the minority. For the mixed doubles the following cards were handed in Mr H. L. Keys and Miss I. Widdis 51-ii-40 Mr T. Kelly and Miss Rintoull 53 -11-42 Mr G. M'Kenzie and Miss Cross 59 - 13-46 Mr T. Umphelby and Miss Widdis 58-11-47 Mr 7. S. Lester and Miss Tyler 61 14-47 . Mr J. Gilsenan and Miss Coon 61 -13-48 ? Mr P. Lester and ftliss Sherren 59 10-49 Mr G. Green and Miss M. Kelly 65 -16-49 Mr R. Tyler and Mrs Tyler 66-16 -s° Mr N. M'Fadgen and Miss I. Tyler 7o-i7-53 The following events were also played off: Ladies' Long Drive-Miss Rin'.oul Men's Long Drive-Mr H. L'. Keys Ladies' Approach and Putt-Miss Sherren Men's Approach and Putt-Mr J; S. Lester Over a 9 hole handicap in the morning Mr P. Lester won comfort ably with 42-7-35
ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY JUMBLE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY JUMBLE SALE At a meeting, on Friday, 4th inst., the members decided to invite gifts of good, second-hand articles. One of the members has had donated a second-hand carpet in very good order. It was agreed that each stall should be decorated in the colors ol one of the Allies. Patriotic favours will be sold throughout the day. A shooting gallery, an art gallery and tho ever popular "Aunt Sally," who, it may be mentioned, has abdicated in favour of the would-be monarch of the world "Kaiser Bill." A competition for the best article made from materials the total cost of which is not more than 1/ will also take place. The Sale will be open from 2 30 to 5.30 p.m. and from 7 to 10 p.m. A "Bruce" auction will be held at which all remaining goods will be sold.
INCREASE OF STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
INCREASE OF STAMP DUTIES For a period of four years from the first of July next the stamp duty pay able on receipts f £2 and over will be 26, on bills of exchange drawn in Victoria and payable in Victoria, on promissory notes, on settlements and on deeds of gift the stamp duty will be twice the nmonut now payable. On transfers and conveyanoeB on sale of real property ibe rate has been in creased from 5s for every £50 or fraction thereof after the first £50 lo 103. The stamp duty payable on cheques, on drafts payable on demand, on orders to pay money, on leases and on transfer of leases,on contract notes aid on bills of lading has not been in creased. Foreign and interstate bills of ex change, which were exempted from payment of stamp duty in the year 1908, will, from the 1st July next, again require to be stamped. The new two-penny duty stamps as well as the new promissory note forms will be available for purchase at every post office throughout the State on and after the 28th June,...
CORRESPONDENCE Exchange of Roads TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
CORRESPONDENCE I Exchange of itouds TO THE EDITOR OK TDK "couiilFn" Sir,-By reports in your issue of 27tli May, tile public of Rosedalo hi,],?,,, bo in tho daw as tci;n-rda the nppVicati'm t 02 petitioners asking for nn utharm ,, roads. Now, I would liko to lay tbetrs. facts of tho caso beforo tho public. J,,".; tho Swing bndgo at iongfoid to Ho=cdj! about 18 miles, thcto is not one sinslc rcii running through to connect tho Ko-cj,'! Biding on tho south s'ulo of Hi; Li'uci, with tbo DeniBon Biding on tin ilc,rtv; Ovor 40^ years ago an attempt was made ,j put ono through at tho most BUit ible p|j," for tho purpose. A big three chain tojj waBsurveyod into tho rivor with* for camping puroosoa on the south sjj. Ji tho river, but it novor went any further, i, it was blocked on tho Deni-oii tide ty la!o Mr Pearson's private property, Ei;C months ago tho Kilmmy " sHmij proprietors wero given petmi,Bi;,n to p5;, temporary bridge from tbo Doni, m side into private property on 111-; rontli ij...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
Little Alma Connelly Cured of Croupy Cough by 3D>r. Sheldon* s New Discovery " I leol It a duly to pub licly acknowledge the great benefit m.v little girl Alma, who Is eight months old, has received by being treated with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery," writes Mrs. Kate Connelly, Alma Lane, Rock hampton, Q. " She was suffering badly trom a wheel ing, croupy cough. She could hardly breathe, and every time sho coughed It seemed as though she would choke, and wo -were airald we would lose her. Although wo tried many cough reme dies, none gave rtlW, ami yn were almost in despair when a friend recommended Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. From the moment I gave it to her sho got relief. The cough was eased, and soon disappeared, and our sleepless nights were at an end. I feel very grateful to you for placing such an efficacious mcdicino before the public, and I shall never fail to recommend It. Its power Is wondorful." HE SAFECUARD OF THE HOME pr. Sl.' U^u's Discovery is offccting many wonder...
IMMEDIATE IMPROVEMENT In a Child that was Thin and Restless after Worms expelled by Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
IMMEDIATE IMPROVEMENT In a Child tbat was Thin and Restless after Worms expelled by Comstock's '.Dead Slioi" Worm Pellets '.My son, Willie, eigbt years of «ge, was a sufferer from Worms, be be came very thin, and restless at night," writes Mrs R. Garbutt, 14 Alberto street, Lilyfield, Sydney, N.S.W. ''Our chemist recommended m) trying Com stock's 'Dead Sbot' Worm Pellets. I did so, that was about three months (i go, an-i lam [leased to relate that Willie passed a great number of thread worms after a course of your pellet?, and showed immediate im provement, his sleep was composed, and I am thoroughly satisfied with bis general improvement." Comstock's ''Dead Shot" Worm Pel lets are a purely vegetable medicinal preparation for the eradication of worms in children and adults. For sale by all chemists and storekeepers, price 8s Gd per packet, or will be sent post paid at the Bame price by The W. H. Comstock's Co., Ltd., 28 Lang street, Church Hill, Sydney.
"Suffering From Cold Feet" TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
"SufTeriiig1 From Cold Feci" TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COUKIKR" I . Sir,-Since my last letter in your v 4'ui-^ paper I have not heard of one of our . local young men sav, "Well, I am do my duty. I have decided to «;ivo \n v! sport anil dancing for the present m; . join my brave comrade3 at the fror.t ficht for 'King and Country.' " li; Country is calling every day for but how few have the fighting spirit, "i:. brave lads now in camp siy th:»t vou:;, with paltry cicuscs are "suffeiuijj; fr&lt;-m c.ll feet," -lours, ctc.f COUNTRY GIItL
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
^«.«tVtRACE 0F H£4l T/f WITHOUT ALCOHOL "S?tMUL 4WTandaD\0^ O.T. is a fruit and herb drink with a distinctive character, a delightful flavour, and a satisfying " bite " like spirits; it per cent. Hiscesfioit O.T. may be taken in any quantity, as it can have none but beneficial effects on health. Its purity is guaranteed by The British Pure Food Society, the British Analytical Control, and Pure Food Analysts in all States. It appeals alike to Non-abstainers, Moderate Drinkers, Abstainers and Ladies In thousands of cases O.T. has proved a good remedy for Indigestion. Simply sip a wine glassful neat after meals and you will soon appreciate its merits for this complaint. Many a housewife always keeps a bottle handy for this very purpose. O.T. blended with Whisky-equal quantities will reduce the cost of your home Whisky bill considerably and give you a finer drink. This way you save the dif7erence between the cost of 2 bottles of Whisky and the cost of 1 of Whisky and 1 of O.T.-equal to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
rnoNE 10 C. F. Kleine Family Butcher ROSEDALE, * trout for BOTAL FIRE INSURANCE 00. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment Bonuses Annually VV. Hollo way Expert on Motor Cars, Motor Engines (OIL AXD PETROL), REPAIRS _A SPECIALITY" Prince Street, llosedale 1'lliUC XOTICE AST PEItSOKS shootinq on any pjrtipn of tlio HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after thn into will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. lie jo to 5cboo! to learn to read, Wc wjik to win a prize ; IVe read to !e.i:n what others sell, Then why not advertise ? ESTABLISHED 22 YEARS J, J, BARTLETT, Registered V.R.C., A.J.C., V.A.T.C. And Other Leading Clubs Member of Victorian Club, Melbourne TaUersall's Club, Sydney COMMISSIONS EXECUTED OD All Government Licensed Racecourses Sufficient Address: J. J: BARTLETT, MELBOURNE Monumental Works TMimGON (On Railway Reserve, next W. M.ncdonild's .-heds) W. BIRD, Jan. Monumental & General Mason Estimates and Design* Submitted Inscriptions Cut nnd Repainted GENERAL REPAIRS Workmanship Equal to Best Melb...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 8 June 1915
TZECTS; AND CARBAJUKG, DENISON AND WILLU.NO GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUKBDAY MOBXINO TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1015 LOCAL AND GENERAL Your local dentists, Messrs T. V. and Chas. B. Trood, may be consulted at Sale at any time. Phone 25. Mr TatterEon, dentist, will visit Rosedalo on Friday, June 18, and may bo consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. Mr R. Fariin Webb, of Traralgon, has been appointed district agent for the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co., who are now holding fat stock sales weekly at New market. "Secrccy," oare of G.P.O. Sale, has money to lend from £1 to £500. Strict secrecy. The new sheep yards now being constructed at Rosedale by Mr F. J. M'Carthy for Messrs Theo B. Little and Co will be completed this week. There are twelve pens, drafting yards and race, and the yards are so built that each pen may be filled or emptied without interference with any other pen. Stockowners will appreciate this long-felt want, and no doubt Messrs Little and Co ...
CHILBLAINS AND COLD-SORES Zam Buk Speedily Ends Winter Skin Torture [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
CHILBLAINS AND COLD-SORES Zstn Buk Speedily Ends Winter Skin Tortore Chilblains aro a mild form of frost bite. The affected part, whether on bands, ears or toe?, ie always much inflamed, and there is generally swell ing, redness, and a painful, maddening irritation. Gentle applications of Zam Buk will quickly banish these discomforting Bjmptoma, and, if the swelling bursts, leaving tho skin surface raw and ulcer ated, Zam Buk is doubly valuable be cause of its unique healing and anti septic power. '.For many months," sbjb Mrs A, Sohutt, ot IiBria-Btreet, Thebarton, Adelaide, "my little girl Jessie was tortured by chilblains, which broke out on her feet, hands and ears. The itob ing irritation was awful. The chil blains burst, and for tnree months ! Jessie was laid up. Her fingers and toes were in a terribly raw state, then the skin peeled off and made tbem worse. The suffering she endured was horrible. Although wo used many or diuary ointments, not one of them lid any good. It was o...