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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

A?I3C"E3 ' J^OSETLNLE AND CAKRAJU.NO, DENISON AND WILLUKO GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MOBNXNO TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr W. J. O'Keefe, optician, will visit Rosedale on Thursday and Fri day, July 29 and 30, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel. - Your local dentists, Messrs T. V. and Chas. B. Trood, may beconsulted at Sale at any time. Phone 25. Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, July 16, and may be consulted at tbe Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure» For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6 Mr R. Fariin Webb, cf Traralgoo 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. "Secrecy," care of G.P.O. Sale, has money to lend from £1 to £500. Strict secrecy. GIVE YOUR CATTLE hacinatic PHOSPHATES or CHALLMAN'S CATTLE LICK. 5lbs 1/, 28lbs 5/3, 56lb« 10/6, lewt '21/. OHALTjMAN; Chemist, TRARALGON Attention is directed...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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State Parliamentary Recruiting Campaign Men Are Urgently Needed [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

State Parliamentary Recruiting Campaign Are Urgently Needed (liy li.J.M ) Lftflt night in a cafo a foreigner-a neutral -said to me ; "You will not-get many more Australians to go to tho war unless you have conscription." Because he was a foreigner and might have misintcipreted as boasting tbo Indig nant deniul that rose to my lips I lot tbo remark pass. But atnong ourselves we cannot afford to ignore what our foreign fellow-ciliacns think of our valor and patriotism. Wc are not sending a sufliciency of re inforcements to tho fighting line in Gallipoli unless by national compulsion 1 Are we behaving so that tho impartial observer can think that ot ue ? It is nob possible I Out thetoon tho bloody craga of Gnllipoli our brothers are grappling daily with death that our country may be free, For six solid weeks, in (he faco of fearful odds, day and night they have held on to their posts in a hell of gunfire and carnage, faithfully believing Uiat as they fall wo will step into their pluces...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY A business meeting of tho Rosedaln, Branch of the Red Cross Society was he'd \ Friday, July 2, 1915. A large number of members wore present, the President, Mrs Mitchell, being in the chair. The first business was to receive the treasnrer'8 report end balance shoet of the jumble Sale, bold on Friday, JUDO 25. Tho statement of accounts, etc., as presented by Mr Bready, was very cou> prebensivo and complete ; tho members aro deeply grateful to Mr Bicady for the time and care he had given to their preparation. A very hearty voto of thanks to Mr Bready was proposod by Mra Widdis and seconded by Mra F. J. M'Carthy for his valnablo services as treuaarer.-Carried.' A comprehensive vote of thanks was pro* posed by Mrs Widdis and seconded by Mrs Masters to Mr F. J. M'C&ithy, who,with his assistants, ercctcd all the stalls, helped the Btall-boldeis iu many ways, and assisted at the auction sale and ruffles. Included in this vote of thanks were the n...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

Alma ComvelHy Cured of Croiapy Cough by Sheldon's New Discovery [!« THE SAFEGUARD of THE home " I feel ft a duty to pub licly acknowledge the great benent my Utile girl Alma, who is eight months old, has received by being treated with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery," writes Mrs. Kale Connelly, Alma Lane, Rock hampton, Q. " She was sulTerlng badly Irom a wheez ing. croupy cough. Sho could hardly breathe, and every time she coughed It seemed as though she would choke, and we were afraid wo would lose her. Although we tiled many cough reme dies, none gave relief, and we wore almost in despair when a friend recommonded 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 feel very grateful to you for placing such an efficacious mcdlcino before the public, and I shall never fall to recommend It. Its power Is wonderful." Pr Sh' M'in'rj Xew Piacovciy ia offecting many wonderful cures...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE The New Willung Road TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

CORRESPONDENCE The \ew Willunp Road TO THE EDITOR OK THE ''COURIER" Sir-"Neutral" must feel considerably relieved after unburdening his chest of such an "exuberance <?{ verbiage," as that con tained in his latest attempt at "hood* winking," even though he has achieved nothing more thin the gratification of his vanity. He waxes wrath on all and sundry, and accuses ''Ratepayer" and others with working for their own selfish ends. Query ? What is he working forv and that in a most glaring fashion V In trying to throw weiirht into his "concoction of balderdash," "Neutral" states that one east-end individual will use the new road more often than all the west-enders combined consummate rot! Do a.l the east-end people use the new roal now? Too thin old boy 1 When "Neutral" went to such pains to give us a digest of road history from times immemorial, why did he omit to enlighten us as to what took place at that mysterious conference held on the road, about the time of the survey o...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RHEUMATISM & ECZEMA Zam Buk Banishes Pain and Disease [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

RHEUMATISM & ECZEMA Kam Buk Banishes Pain arid Disease Zam-Buk's uoparalleled reliability a3 a remedy for skin disease is ODly equalled by its effectiveness for sprains, etiffneES,' and rheumatic pains. Prompt tnutment with Zam Buk bas often saved months of pain and en forced idleness. Mrs J. Whitaker, Selwyn street, off I-Iigh-st., Dunedin, Is Z., says : "Atout IB months ago I was complete ly disabled by b severe attack of rheu matism. My legs were bully swollen and rayjoiots terribly stiff and painful. I was iu constant ai:ony, ami could not bear anyone to iomj near me. For two months 1 wa? 1 tiJ up in bed and quite unable to get about. "Doctor's treatment only brought temporary benefit, so a' lust I decided to try a pot of Zun Buk. I started to regularly m i=sage myjomts and limbs witb the balm, and got it well into the porea. Zatn Buk applied in this way gave astonishing relief, an J as I per severed with the balm it banished the rheumatic pain= completely. "Some time af...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Enthusiastic Recruiting Meeting AT ROSEDALE LAST NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

Enthusiastic Recruiting Meeting AT ROSEDALE LAST NIGHT A very large meeting was held at the Mechanics' Hall last night for the purpose o( forming a Recruiting Com mittee, elc. Cr Umpiielby was in the chair. Mr F. J. M'Carthy was appointed secretary and a strong working committee was formed. It was decided that a Monster Re cruiling Meeting be held on Tuesday i next, 13th inst., ..when the following speakers will be present.:-Mr T, Livingston, M.li.A.. Minister ol Edu cation ; Mr G.H.Wise, M.H.R.; Hon. E. J. Crooke, M.L.C., am} noted Melbourne speakers. In addition ihere will be Ircal speakers. In the course of the evening the Chairman pointed out that in respond to an appeal by the captain (Mr H. Brown) of the Rosedale Ri(U Club, although the notices weie only p sled that morning, three members sunt in their names. They were :-Mc>sts Harold Kobinson, Kerr and Punch. Three ringing cheers were given f;r these men. Stirring addresses were given by Rev R. Mitchell, M.A., Cr T. ls.vne...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

GORMANDALE From Our Own Correspondent . '^ie roa^s have now their winter coating of mud and slush and in parts are almost impassable. This applies particularly to the new formation and embankment at Gorman's Crossing where there is a deal of traffic confined to the 16 ft roadway. The filling put on where the embankment has subsided has not had a chance to set, what with the traffic and constant rain. *cr, has been diverted to J inibs' Crossing, since one or two motorists had 10 be hauled out with teams from the quagmire, liy the way, the improvements recently carried ?out at 1 imbs'Crossing and sidecutti-ig by the Rosedale Shire Council will be appreciated by ihe travelling public. A meeting of ladies was held at Gormandale cu Saturday, c6ih ult., with a view o/ formirg a Branch of the lied Cross Society. 1 here w ere eight or Mine ladies present, although the after noon was showery and cold. It was decided to term a branch, and Mrs \\ illiams was elected president, Miss G. Joyce se...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PATRIOTIC ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

PATRIOTIC ITEMS Roaed&lo has raisod up to tho pre-rem dttto about £500 for tho various patriot:: movements. At tha Pines State school 1**1 Friday "Boot-lace Day" was held. Tho cbliJrts and teacher collected 54 pair* of kv.ih- r bx; laces. Tho parcel wiia furwardi'vM> tkv depot at Montague. Mr P. J. Stagg, whose parents aw el.iar.] highly respected roeidonta of Ro^' i.hii enlisted for active and is noiv in r.i!i;f>at Seymour. Since severing his Lonmctlc: with the local oQice »omo three >e.ir- age, Mr Stagg has bold a responsible po-itioa oa the atafT of tho Dandonony "Jonrnjl.' "Paddy" is a fino typo of atlilete nn l plrali give a good account of hitnBcIf at th-.* front, Tho latest voluntoers from Kc-n^ci-tK' m Messrs J. Plummer and M. Wht-eli-r. Goods do*patched from Rose hi!e iJr.w:* Red Cro3s dociety during tho m->:r.h °; June :-2 5 flannel shirts, 50 p iirn kriistei socks, 7 pillows, 3 pairs blan)u>;~, 1 quilt, 1 wool muffler, quantity ol.i magazines. A mee...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

Tlieo. JB. Little & Co "Stock and Station Agents. BOSEDALE, SALE, TRABALGON and HEYt'lELD. pnd 457 DOURKii ST., jlKLCOUHNE Rosedale Sale Friday, July 30 THEO. B. LITTLE A CO. will hold their next Sale in KeUy'n ^itd;, oo Hbovo date, when they will sell 350 Heart of Mi.\(d Cattle 100(t Mixed Sheep «1G YAK DISC. WAMEO Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may DO jnade with TH£0 B lixTLE & CO Traralgon Morwell Sale " Tuesday, July <3 THEO. B. LITTLE A CO PIG ~ SALE TRARALGON Wednesday. July " (TO-MOKEOW; THEO. B. LITTLE and CO. will nil on the above date 100 Fat and Store Pigs Slieep and Cattle LONGFORD Wednesday, July 7 1200 MIXED SHEEP, including 500 Good Crossbred Ewes ENTRIES INVITED THEO B. LITTLE & CO Friday, Jnly 9 rpHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell it JL the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head of Mixed Cattle, including fata 25 Fat Sheep Big Special Sale Iti'ir Yarding <>1" Iloili S...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

rnoNE 10 C. F. Kleine Family Butcher ROSEDALE. 4.ironC for jiqYAIj fire INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. S00IETY, Sound Investment Bonuses Annually Wc Hollo way Expert on Motor (Jnrs, Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). REPAIRS A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Rosedale I'l'HLIC VOTICK ^ A&X PERSONS shooting on nay portion of the HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE nft&r this date will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. OROOKE. We so to school to learn to read, We v,-oik 10 win a prize; We lead to learn what others sell, Then why not advertise ? ESTAIILIS'IIKH -22 YKAIIS J. J. BARTLETT, Registered V.R.C., A.J.C., V A.T.C. And Other Lending CIuljs Member of Victorian Club, Melbourne Tattersall'a Club, Sydney -COMMISSIONS IIIN EXECUTED on All Government Licensed Racecourses Sufficient Addres3: J. J. BARTLETT, MELBOURNE Gippsland Monumental Works TFTMU'LGON (On Railway Reserve, next W. Macdonald's .Sheds) W. BIRD/JIM. Moiiumcntiil & (.'encriil Ma.suu Estimates and Designs Submitted Inscriptions Cut and Repainted G...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

Cliurcli Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND Rosedale 8 a.m (H.C.), 10.80 a.m (Children's Servicc), 11 a.m (Morning Prayer), and 7 p.m (Evening Prayer). Rev G. H. Devlin Deniaon West 3 p.m, Rev G. H. Devlin. WiIlunR IX a.m and Flynn 7.80 p.m, Student PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH' Rosedale II a.m. and 7 p.m. Nambrok 3 p.m, Flynn 2.80 p.m CATHOLIC CHURCH Rosedale 11 a.m.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 6 July 1915

DEATH DISHER.- On 29th June, at his resi dence. "Strathfieldsaye," Perry   Bridge, William Henderson Disher, in his   91st year.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THROAT TROUBLES Peps Avert Weather Evils [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

THROAT TROUBLES J?<;pa Avert Weather Evils The throat is tbe first spot to be affected by chilly weather, because it ig reached direct!)' by the air wb breathe. Now, tbe throat leads to the wind-pipe, which is the way to the lungs, and the wrong treatment or neglect of the s! ghtest throat soreness may easily result iu serious chest and luns trouble. Wbeu one feels a sense of fulness at the back of the throat, a tickling sen sation which forces a little baid cough, a slight huarseoesp, or perhaps discom fort in Bwallowing, the best thing to do is to let one or two Peps dissolve in tbe mouth. The rich, medicinal, germ killing fumes which are given off by tbe Peps tablets reach every part of t)>r ihroii, and not only act as a dis infectant, but soothe awny all irritation and inUamma ion of the membrane. This cannot ba done by ordinary garbles and sr-calhd liquid remedies, because Nature will not allow any liquid or solid medicine to pass through the wind-pipe to the lung...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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FACTS ABOUT ENLISTING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

FACTS ABOUT ENLISTING W. B. Fell, writing to the Bairns dale "Every Week," says ;-"It has passed my comprehension to day how any man who has worn the King's uniform and accepted the King's pay, whether under the Australian military system or any other, can find a valid excuse for being in Australia to-day. Don't think, because your mother or other members of your fami'y don't want you to go, that you have an excuse, because none of the mothers mnt anjcne to go and it is a man's war net a mother's. Don't think because your best girl wants ycu to stay that it is an excuse, because if she makes you stay it will become a union of two degenerates when you marry, D_n't think that any other man ought to go before you. Each man is first every time. Don't think, because your have not been asked to go personally ty some of the various Parliamentary eccentricities that it is an excuse because they are tco busy muddling the affairs of Australia to think about you. Dcu!t think because you are mo...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

little Alma Coimelly Cured of Croupy Cough by ,'s Mew Discovery " I feci It a duly (o pub licly acknowledge the great bencllt my little girl Alma, who is eight months old, has received by belns treated with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery," writes Mrs. Kato Connelly, Alma Lane, Kock hampton, Q. " she was suffering badly from a wheez ing, croupy cough. She could hardly breathe, and every lime sho coughed it seemed as though she would choke, and we were afraid wo would lose her. Although wo tried many cough reme dies, none gave relief, and wo were almost in despair vfiieh a friend recommended Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. !"wm the moment I gave it to her she got relief. The cough was cased, and soon disappeared, and our sleepless nights were at an end. I feel very grateful to you for placing such an efflcacious medicine before the public, *nd I shall never fall to recommend It. Its power is wonderful." thE SAFEGUARD of THE HOME ? ,:\a New Discovery is oflcctins many wonderful cures of Uron...

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FOUL BREATH Misfortune for Man or Woman [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

FOUL BREATH Misfortune (or Mail or Woman The old saying that "Distance lend? enchantmeul" was nev<r more aptly 10 tho point then when applied >o tliDse people wbo?o breath is laden with evil-smelling and tfl'en=iva odours. JlflDy persons appear most attractive at a distance, bat produce a feeling of pity and digust wlseo close to, because of the conditio of their breath. For instance it makes little difference how beautilul a woman may be or how charming her manner, if her breath is foul; bor charm is gone, and she is at a disadvantage whenever she comes in contract with other people. Foul breath iu women arouses iu man a feel n,' <.' repugnance and a desire ts get out of the company of eueli a woman 93 quickly as possible ; and even woman will avoid her. Ii is, therefore, iin" portant for every wotnaa who values her personal attraction to lake such care of herself that this unpleasant and unneccsaery complaint is aeciiifl or corrected. Dr Morso's Indian Hoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

Dentistry PAIM.11SS AND 1'r.lU'KCT By r. I:<w Method-no pricking of the nocdlo aiul nt> bad after etiects. Every, body Astonished. Why i;o to men who linrt you, v. hen I positively assure you 01 ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIOKS-MI SPECIALTY. MR TATTERSOM Visits KOSEDALE at Exchange Hotel JULY 10 ALL DAY %fmrs~T.- V. Trood (L.D.S., B.D.Sc.) Chas, B. Trood dental SURGEONS ; RAYMOND ST., SALE Tbonc No. t'5. MRW.J.O'KEEFE Ophthalmic Optician 13 CASSELL ST., IlAAVKSBVRX YISITS this district regularly every SIX weeks. Next Visit EYCHA5GE IIOTKIj July 29 and SO My System of Testing is that followed by the Leading Opticians ot the World Eye Testing and Advice Free ACCURACY GUARANTEED PHONE 10 C. F. Kleine Family Bvtcher ROSEDALE. Agrent for BOTAL F1EE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment Bonuses Annually New Business MRS CTbORAM DESIRES to draw attention to the fact that the has Opened Business in LYONS STREET, ROSEDAL.E and lias on Sale Fancy Goods Children's Clothe...

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State Parliamentary Recruiting Campaign Men Are Urgently Needed MARE SACRIFICES AND ENLIST TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

State Parliamentary j Recruiting Campaign i Men Are Urgently Needed MARE SACRIFICES AND ENLIST TO-DAY By E.A D. "Let there bo no man or woman amongst us who would not be able to say 'I was not idle; I look such pirt as I could in the greatest task which,! in all the storied annals of our country, | has ever fallen to the lot of Great Briiaiti I to achieve.'" j Thus Mr Asquith, the Prime Min-! ister of Great Britain,, recently ap-j pealed to the British people "to take an aciive part in the defence of their I country andin^the-.'ortunTs Such a stirring ap peal should not go unheard in Aus tralia. We have arrived at the time "hen tkg total strength of our great cuun ry should bo utilised to the full. There are thousands of versatile young men in Australia, and par ticularly in Victoria, who have so far not offered their services even in the most nominal way to help ih.ir coun try. We are living in a dangerous nme. Our nation is threatened by the greatest organised military country the...

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RISKY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

RISKY Two impecunious Scotsmen once came upon a wayside.inn. They had only "eaxpence" between them, so they ordered one "nip o' whusky." They were hesitating who should have the n;st drick, when an acquaintance joined them. Pretending that they had just drunk, one of them handed the newcomer the whisky, lequesting him to join them in a drink. He did so, and, after a few minutes of painful suspense, said : "Now, boys, you'll have cne with me "Wasna that weel managed, mon ?" said one of his companions afterwards; "Ay," said the other, "hut dieadfu' risky,"

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