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FRIDAY, JUNE 11 Larceny of Skins. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
FRIDAY, JUNE n Larceny of Skins. George Lawrtiice, a resident of Rosedale, was arrested on Thursday night last by Constable Brown and brought before the couit on Fiiday morning chSrgcd with larceny of skins. He was rema:ided to appear at the Rosedale Ourt rn Wednesday, 23rd inst; Bail was allowed in two sureites, one of ^20 and himself in a like amount.
NICE RAIN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
NICE_ RAIN Since the beginning of the month 73 points have been recurded at Rosedale. Toongabbie reports having i'.rtd p points for the past week. Trararalgon has benefitted tj the extent of 116 points for the month to date, and Mafifra and Cowwarr hare bad good falls. Our Gormandale correspondent says the hill country is looking well since the recent warn rain. The whole of the Stale practically benefitted by the recent fill and the prospects in the wheat district are grea'ly imptoved. Altogether the outlook is very eucourcging.
ALBERTON SHIRE HERDSMAN COUNCIL TO DISPENSE WITH HIS SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
ALBERTON SHIRE HERDSMAN COUNCIL TO DISPENSE WITH HIS SERVICES At last Thursday's meeting of the Alberton Shire Council, a number o[ the councillors, says the "Chronicle,'' complained about the way the here]-, man was carrying out his duties. Cr Power (Gormandale) stated that stock which were not registered with the Shire were running about ihe roads in his district. A lot of these wore old badges. There were also plenty of unregistered dogs. Cr M'Leod said no one knew whose stock was registered. The admini;. tration of the Thistle Act was also neglected, and there were about a thousand unregistered dogs in the mnnicipality. He was opposed to any increase in the herdsman's commission. Things, he said, were diifting worse and worse. Dog registration was a good thing and provided against people keeping mongrels in the Shire. They should carry out the Thistle Act properly, or leave it alone. Alter further discussion the follow ing motions were carried : Power, M'Galliard-That the Shire ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
tr: The Latest and Best 0/ all the new di*coveri&lt;* m nwxfkal *c»ence tha mo«t remarkable in reccM yeari i« one which ha* proved invaJo* nbfr to thou5*nd» of people, and which h*j taken the placa of a1! other remediei for the cure of couahi and cold«. The preparation i» called Dr. Sheldon'# New Ducovery for Cou*h» ftnd Cold», and i» ft »cientific compound of greAt merit* It » mo4t heolinj to the lungi and throat, and cure* (he coufh or cold in a remarkably »hort time, lenvinj no bad after effect*. A* it contain* no poi#on« of any kind it it a perfectly »afe remedy for children, and u particularly good for croup and whooping cou^h. The do*c i* «m«1l »nJ ft U pleaaAJrt to take. Price, 1/6 and 3/*. Dr. Sheldon s New Discovery it ha* won the confidence of the parent* and the lor# of the children, by it* wonderful curative cffect upon th« thrrAi, chett and fun?*. Children arr particularly »iucep iTlne to cough* and colda, and the modicin# which alway» rcrr* and protects them fr...
ROSEDALE AND DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 June 1915
ROSEDALE AND DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION The following business was dealt with last evening at the monthly meet ing of the above : Removal of House Refuse In reference to tha question of removal of house refuse, which was brought under the notice of council recently, the matter was referred back to the Association by the council, asking that they be supplied with a list of those willing to pay for the removal of such refuse. It was pointed out at the meeting last evening that it was the wish of the Association to have house refuse re moved once monthly, on a day to be fined, from that area of the town now being served with the sanitary service, and that a small rate be struck to cover the cost of such removal. It was ihought tbat this was a fair request, and in keeping will) the re quirements of the town from a health point of view. Resignation of Secretary Mr' Gordon Green tendered his resignation owing to his departure from the town at an early date. The secretary's resignation ...
GENERAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
GENERAL ITEMS Messrs T, J." Lyndon, L. D. Gihson, T. Noble, C. Amey, H. Caffey, R. Lyndon, J. L. Bowman, H. Hussey and-A. F. Rice have beec appointed a committee to canvas for beet giowers, with a view to making 15,000 tons as sured for next season's crop. Tbe beet would then he paid for at the rate of 25/ per ton. Up to 10,000 tons the price would be 23/. It is not thought there will be much difficulty in getting the 15,000. The "Times" (Sale), states that "grass pirates," as they ate called for the want of a better name, are travel ling the roads with sheep since the rains, and if the herdsmen are not keen there will be no feed for the legitimate travelling stock. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6 Landholders and householders at Prospect wish to have that popular sea side resort linked up by telephone. About ^100 is required to erect tbe line. Officers in connection with the movement have beeD appointed as follows President, Mr J. W. M'Lachlan, M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
Farmers The BEST Line of F arm I mpl em en ts Are Made by "We can supply you with HEADERS, HARVESTERS, STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS, DRILLS (line and Disc pattc-m), DISC PLOWS (Set and Stump jump), SPRING TOOTH CUL TIVATORS, ONE-WAY CULTIVATORS, HARROWS (Single and Double Gauge), or an} other Implement you may require MOULDBOARD PLOUGHS in Eet and stump jump patterns All Implements Made in Australia Write for Cntalosjue Nicholson & Morrow MELBOURNE District Representative W. J. Peiidlebury ROSEDALE JF YOU REQUIRE A GOOD Winter Suit or Chesterfield Catlar.d See YOUR LOCAL TAILOR. He will Satisfy ycu for FIT STYLE and PRICE CHAS. BOBSON THE GENT'S TAILOR, ROSEDALE R. J. Cherry I(aynioii(l Street, SALE "TS prepared to MAKE -L SADDLE8 & HARNESS at Prices which will defy competition. Repairs neatly executed and promptly attended to. BEST ENGLISH WHIPS AND BPURS always on hand. Country Orders promptly attended to Temporary Loans TO BANK CLERKS, RAILWAY EMPLOYES, GOVERNMENT OFFICIA...
GRINDING THE TEETH WHILE ASLEEP Strong Indication of Worms [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
GRINDING THE TEETH WHILE ASLEEP Strong Indication of Worms One of tbe most pronounced symp . toms of worms in children is grinding tbe teotb and suddenly starting up out of Bleep. Tbere are mauy symptoms of this most dis tressing complaint from which riot only children soffer, but adults also. When there is a tendency to pick the nose and the bowelB are irregular, some times constipated, and other relaxed, the appetite variable, a copious flow of saliva, BBd a swelling of tbe upper lip, there iB a strong evidence of *worus, and if tbeir presence iB suspected immediate Bteps should be taken to positively establish tbe fact, and when once established Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets Bbould be -administered according to directions. "Worms rrqnira a specific medicine, and there is no remedy so Effective as these Pellets. They kill tbe wormB, destroy tbeir eggs, and dislodge tbeir nests. Comstock's "Dead Sliot" Worm PelletB are a purely vegetable medicinal preparation for the eradi ca...
ESSAY ON GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
ESSAY ON GIRLS The following is an extract from a schoolboy's exercise book:- I s a on girls A gurl is a kid what will some day grow up to be a woman stead of a man if she is kareful and aint kiled by a oughlomobeite or dont die death fiom other nalchel coses. You kin alius tell difrance betwen a boy an a gurl becos she puts on ares and has cuils and dont get holes in the nees of her stockins or kalus on her thum from shooting maibles for keeps. Gutl's is funny crcechers. They got soie on a feller when he kissrs em, and they some times get sore cause he don't kiss em. How ken a feller tell what to do ? Ive knowed a pile of gurls in my time and their all jest the same ceptin the color of their hare and eyes an the dresses what they ware. Gurls favorut fun is chewin gum an tattlin 10 there mothers. Tbey also enjtys ice cream when they kin get it. I wouldnt be a gurl for enny thing becos they can never be a footballer or be a perleecemun when tt ay grose up. Gurls look nice when they i...
INTOXICATING LIQUOR (TEMPORARY RESTRICTION BILL) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
INTOXICATING LIQUOR (TEM PORARY RESTRICTION BILL) The following is portion of ihe de bate on the above Bill in the Assembly no June 10 Mr M'Lnchlan : Will boarders be entitled to get a diiuk-not in the bar, but on the hotel premises-after 9.30 p.m.? Mr Murray : Yes, as long as it is non-alcoholic. Mr M'Lachlan :? Are boarders at present not entitled to get liquor in the hotel, although not in the bar ? Mr Murray : Not during prohibited hours. I may say thia to the honorable member for Gippsland. He is a great walker. Now, there was a distinguished professor in Edinburgh who discovered that the proper way of using whisky was not by swallowing it, but by put ting it into his boots, and the advice of the "Bulletin" to that professor was that, if he ever came to Australia, he should not put his boots outside his bedroom door. Mr M'Lachlan : I want to ask another question. Will a railway traveller be able to get a drink at a railway refreshment room after 9 30 p.m ? Mr Murray : No, he ca...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WLLLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
A?H"E3 . AND CA.RRAJU.NG, DKNISON A.ND WLLLUNO GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORKINO TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr W. J. O'Kee/e, optician, will visit Rosedale on Thursday acd Fri day, July 29 and 30, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel. Your local dentists, Messrs T. V. and Cbas. B. Trood, may beconsulted at Sale at aDy time. Phone 25. Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Bosedale on Friday, July 16, and may beconsulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Mr R. Farrin Wtbb, of Tiaralgoo has been appointed district agent for the Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Go., who are now holding lat stock sales weekly at New market. "Secrecy," care of G.F.O. Sale, has money to lend from £1 to £500. Strict secrecy. The Sale "Times" reported :-Mr William Pearson and family have ar ranged to leave England in September, and that Mr Pearson has made up his mind to sell "Kilmany Park," but will not do so until his family has settled in England, He will then...
THE DRINK THAT WARMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
DRINK THAT WARMS In cold weather, when something warm is required, there i* nothing better than the brverage O.T. added to Water (hoi or cold), Minerals, Beer, ltum or Whisky. O.T. has many excellent qualities to recommend it, but its warming and com forting effect is "just the tbin^" when the wc&ther ia nippy. For the relief of a Cold or Indigestion, O.T. is a real good remedy.
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL YESTERDAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL YESTERDAY Present-Cra Morgan (President), Lang, Henderson, Umphelby, Futcher, Crooke, Kenevan, Widdis. Correspondence From Country Roads Board, stating that they would allow Carmody to bf paid up for the work done on tho Port road.-Received. From Gippaland Shires Association, ro annual meeting to be held at Leongatha, and asking for a delegate to be appointed.-The President find Cr Davis to attend. From H. S. Barton, calling attention to the spread of Bathurat burr in Longford. Referred to Thistle Inspector. From Hon Wm. Pearson, stating that tho matter of exchange of roads is receiving hia consideration .-Received. From J. M'Kay, Longford, stating he had cleared some logs from a road near Prospect at hia place, and asking to be paid £Z for fc&me.-Secretary ta attend. From Henry Cook, secretary of Balook Rabbit League, asking to be supplied with poison to deal with wombats that are be* coming troublesome in that district,-See* retary to attend. From J....
ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY JUMBLE SALE NEXT FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY JU.VBLK SALE NEXT FRIDAY I At the weekly me-ting of the R*d Croas j Society held on Fit lay,, June IS, it was ' decided to make uo charge for admission to tho Sale on Fiidav. 25th inat. It was a'so rnGiiti i:icd that the donore of [ gifts to the Sale would greatly help tho stall-holders by leaving their donations at 1 tho hall on Friday morning-tbe day of the sale. Do not forget tho competition. A priza is to be given for the neat article made from material not coetini* more thau 1 f. A charge of 3d wi'l be made to view the exhibits, this will ootitle each person to vote. The article receiving the most votes will get the prize. All articles will become tho pioperty of tho Jumble stall. Tho stall-holders are gratified at the very generous response to their appeal. They will have a *:ood collection of useful goods of all dc. o ipiions. By ;the interest ex pressed and tho sympuhy shown it is confidently expected that the funds of the locil branch will ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
Little Alma Connelly Cured of Croupy Cough by Or. Sheldon's New Discovery " I Itol It n fluty to pub licly acknowlcdgo tho creat btnellt my little girl Alma, who Is eight months old, has rccelvatl by being treated with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery," writes Mrs. Kate Connolly, Alma Lane, Boek hampton, Q. She was suRerlns badly trom a wheez ing. croupy coush. She could hardly breathe, and every time she coughed It seemed as though sho would choke, and we were afraid we would lose her. Although we tried many cough reme dies, nono gave relict, and wo were almost In despair when a friend recommended Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. From the moment I gave It to her she got relief. The cough was eased, and soon disappeared, and our sleepless nights were at an end. I leel very grateful to you for placing such an efficacious medicine beforo tho public, and I shall never fail to recommend It. Its power Is wonderful." f THE SAFEGUARD OF THE HOME Dr. Sh»-M'»nV Nt»w Discovery is effecting many wonder...
ONLY 31 CHILDREN! ITALIAN NEWSVENDOR BREAKS RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
C 1 ONLY 31 t CHILDREN ! ITALIAN NEWSVENDOR BREAKS RECORD Last week Anastasio Chclolti, a newsvendor, of Savona, in Italy, cele brated the birth ot his 31st child, on whom he bestowed the name of Can dido. Cbelolti, who is just turned 60 remarked at the christening:-At 21 years of age I married a girl of 19, ?who made me an annual present of a male child for 19 years running. Then fhe died: Before I was out of my 40th year I married again, and my second wife added another dozen to to the family. I have 19 sons living, all healthy and strong. The 20th fell lighting in the Libyan desert with the words 'Viva Savoia!'. on his lips Eight of my boys are married and have married children of their own."
CORRESPONDENCE The New Willung Road TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
CORRESPONDENCE The New Willmi'r KCoiid TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER*' Sir,-If you will allow mo a email space, might I state, seeing that "Neutral" has not had tho courago to disclose hia identity nor i properly roply to the aovoml totters in your iesue of Juno 3 as requested, that ho should for evermore hold his peace. Ho and his little oliquo arc out to gain their own ends, no rnattor at what cost to tho other follow, but wo all know, as do tho local councillors, which road wo&lt;ild benefit tho most ratopnyora. Perhaps if a little moro of the fuels wore put In black and whito re tarding this road buplnoss tho opposition would ho glad to close their "claptraps. lours, etc,, IMPARTIAL NOT NEUTRAL
TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 22 June 1915
TO THE KDITOK OF THE "OOUIMEft" Sir, -"Neutral" 8oem3 to bo in tho un hippy predicament of having no case and ek'Cln to abuto tbo other side, and, at asua), ovndos the point at issuo, perhaps not with out a little Bpico of reason in it, for I don't think his arguments ro road matters will stand too much light being let into thorn. At all events ho has not disproved anything I said in reference to tho two route* through Feely 'a or Brown's. Yet another of his little twinta-in tho fulness of his love for his Stradbrcke brothers (' philanthropists," I suppose, included)-he tries to make U appear that we, tho petitioners, are inter fering with their road rights. He surely does not expect sane people to 6wallow a "bulus" of tbat kind. If tho west end rate* payers we re so well provided for In road ac» commoilation as tho people of Stradbroke. plus "Sheeptown," there would bo very littlo room for complaint. In conclusion, I would like to express my deepest gratitude to "Neutral" for tho i...