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FOOTBALL (BY OBSERVER) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

FOOTBALL (BY OUSERVKB) On Saturday in the North Gippeland Competition, Traralgon, llgls lObbds, defeated Sale, '3gls 9bhds, at Traralgon.

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE He By-law for Garbage TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIES" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

CORRESPONDENCE I He By-law for Gail^e TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COL'RIP Sir,-I have been waiting for some a' Ier man to protest against the pI0" posed by-law for collecting the rubbish from the Rosedale township, but as it,, lime is passing I trust some person in the_ area will set a peiiiion ^oin? against such a fool notion. Surely onr taxation is sufficient already, aad 1 can pay to have any rubbish taken awav when tequired and think the (c* members of the Progress Association could turn their attention to someihin. be te Yours, etc., * RATEPAYER,

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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CAN YOU SAY "PZREMYSL"? [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

CAN YOU SAY "PZREMYSL"? Most of cur readers are puzzled to know how to pronounce a great many of the names that appear in the cables. Now, "Everylady's Journal"-that enterprising Australasian magazine for woman-is about to do a double service. It has. arranged a picture puzzle-competition that will provide amusement for its leaders extending over some months, and also terch them how to pronounce war names. The picture-puzzles will represent places in the war zone. The puzzle edi:or his embodied these places in a list of some thousands of names published in a sixpenny booklet, each name being followed by its correct pronunciation in brackets. The booklet is really a very handy and useful guide, apart {remits service as a hunting-ground for the picture puzzles. There is a gene:al intro duction by an expert linguist upon English and foreign languages, and each country is prefaced by Ja few remarks upon the general ru'es which apply to the pronunciation of its names. It might be added t...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

, . IRRITABILITY I Irritability, like headache, is evidence of | some disorder of the body, generally cither ' indigestion or constipation, and the cause must removed. To relieve the indigestion and stimulate the bowels to a regular habit ttke a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They have a marvellcus effect on the stomach, liver and bowels, and relieve al 1 disorders of these organs. Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS When you have a bad cold you want a remedy that will give quick, permanent relief and which, while pleasant to take, contains nothing injurious. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy can always be depended upon. It can be given to the youngest and most delicate child with perfect safety. Sold by J, William*, Rosedale night (Thursd.lv, ju]y , Mechanics' Hall KOSEDA.LB Rally At S o'clock sharp Traralgon Band Stirring Addresses BY Mp Livingston, M.L.A., Minister of Education Hon E. J. Crooke, M.L.C. Hon Wm. Pearson, M.L.C. Rev Sourr and others Songs, Recitations an...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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ROLL OF HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

ROLL OF HONOR Our Coww.irr correspondent writes -One volunteer from this district his given his life for his countiy. xws has been received of the death it Keliopolis from sickness of Private ], Roberts, who left With the 5th ReinI forcement. The deceased was 5 member of the lecal football club and was well liked throughout the district. [ Much sympathy is felt with his parenti | in their bereavement. Sergeant Clnrles H. P. Arth'ir, 5^ Battery, 2nd l'".A. lirigade, killed in action at the Dardanelles, is well known locally. "Charlie," for a number of years, at. tended the Rosedale State schuol, and who, with his brother, Harry, lived with his sister, Mrs II. Cox.

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COWWARR RED CROSS SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

COWWARR RED CROSS SOCIETY The woik is progressing favorably in co'nnectioD with the Red Cross Socie'.y at Cowwarr. For June three boxes were despatched to the depot. Garmen'.s were brought in by various workers, and afternoon tea was provided by members of the committee. The committee enlisted the sympathy and help o( the numerous ladies present in order to make an effort to augment the funds ;for the sick ard wounded Australian soldiers, and a fair will be held towards the_ end of August, and work has been started right away. At a dance heId~Cu~~j!.,pe-?3v^i£ll lady brought a gift for the box. To_ere_ was quite a nice collection, and they were an acceptable addition to the contents of the box. Not a very large crowd was present, as the weather was very inclement. Music was supplied by Mr Murphy, Misses W. Fogarty and Short The dance on July 3 was successful, and ladies as well as gentlemen were required to pay. Music was supplied by Mr Murphy, Misses Kcnevan and Harbeck. The follow...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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FATAL MOTOR ACCIDENT AT WURRUK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

'FATAI. MOTOR ACCIDENT W U KRUIC Sale residents received a great shock OD Saturday uight when word was received that a motor accident had occured at Wurruk, and Mr Geotge R. Bryan had been killed. ®It appears that Mr Bryao, who c;rried on business in Sale in the bicycle and motor shop next the Star Hotel, recently pur chased a motor car. On Saturday he motored to Traralgon to the football match, and was on his way home when the accident happened. It ap pears that deceased wis driving the car, which was running very fast down the slope from near the lv.lmany gravel pit to the Wurruk Hotel, and when near Baker's house a tyre blew out. The car ran oft the track and skidded along the side for 30 or 40 yards, and evidently turned over, for everything was thrown out. It, however, stems to have righted itsell again. Bryan was killed instantly. He Was fast in the car with the steering gear, and his head hanging cut. His skull was smashed in and his body cut. The other occupants of the car w...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY BALANCE SHEET OF JUMBLE SALE, HELD JUNE 25 Receipts [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

ROSEDALE BRANCH RED CROSS SOCIETY BALANCE SHEET OF JUMBLE SALE, HELD JUNE 25 Reciiuts Jumble Stall ... Produce S all Sweets Stall Tea Room Dip Shooting Gallery .. 38 10 9 .. 48 i' 3$ .. 23 1 10 ... 12 5 9 320 . . 2 4 5 £i-l 16 0) - Expenditure Printing ... ... 7 6 Tea Room ... ... 5 o Sweets Stall ... ... no Donation (15 pairs blankets to Central Depo ) ... 10 0 0 Donation to Australian sick and wounded soldiers 20 0 0 Cash on hand ... ... y6 1: ^>=7 ifi cj

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ZAM-BUK ALWAYS USEFUL Keep a Pot Handy for Emergencies [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

ZAM-BUK ALWAYS USEFUL Keep a Pot Handy for Emergen Never a da) paesea without some member of the family gettiDg hurt, either at work or at play. It may be only a slight iDjury, but neglected simple cuts and bruises often open the door to very serious complications in the way of blocd-poison and skin diseases. When a wound is promptly dressed with Zam Buk these complica tions are prevented, disease germs are destroyed, and quick healing ensues as natural couiso, Mrs E. Pitt, 2G Robert-s1'., Liu wooa, Newcastle, N.S.W., writes "At school my little £irl, Sylvia, ftll and sustained 'gravel rash.' Dirt got into the flesh and a badly festered knee was the result. The child was laid up for six weeks, but we could get nothing to heal the bad place until we used Zam Buk, which soon mended matters. Zam- Buk reduced the inflammation and swelling cleansed the sore plaoe of all impurily, and then healed it up beautifully. We always keep Zam handy for emergecies." Mrs N. Bead, Dirby St., Cook's H...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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GORMANDALE 9/7/15 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

GORMANDALE From Our Own Correspondent 9/7/15 A well attended and enthusiastic meeting of the members of the local branch of the Red Cross was held in the supper room of the Mechanics' on Saturday. Mrs Williams (presi dent) occupied the chair. The secre tary (Miss G. Joyce) stated that the funds in hnnd amounted to a little over £6. Materials for making up had come to hand and a sub committee (Mrs Vivian and Misses R. Smith and G. Joyce) was ap pointed to the cutting-out, of the garments and to see to their being distributed to the workers. Mrs 0. Gorman and other ladies have sub scription lists at work. A good many members have been enrolled at Is per month. At present the work is confined to the making of flannels and the knitting of socks, and suitable gifts will be gladly received. It was decided to meet monthly. Several other young men have volunteered. Mr David Willis, Wil lung Scuth, and - Samways, Gor mandale, an immigrant employee. Others who were set down some time ago 011 ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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The New Willung Road TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

The 3\>w Williinir Road ? TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COUKlKft" B Sir,-In your last issue "Ratepayer" did Dot nearly do himself jusiice. He en easily be mote supercilious and contemptuous than this latest evidence of his wrath without being any more committal or relevaot. His only policy is to rtdicule and escape fair argument. His innuendo is certainly more con temptible than any amount of ibu:e, which, if unwarranted, can easily be refuted, and is usually asstsstd at i;s true vaijie. Such insinuations are uo becoming an ardent admirer of Scot land's immortal plough-boy pod. II my statements in your issue ol 29th ult. were incorrect it should hive been easy for ''Ratepayer" to have corrected them. But his actions only show hos hard the statement ha? struck home. Re "I orrowed plumes." I think, judg ing by 'Ratepayer's" copious quota, lions, that I have not far to go far a mate. In conclusion, it is generally conceded that "Ra'epayer" is toj clever-at least in his own estimation, and w...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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AN OUTSPOKEN PARSON [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

AN OUTSPOKEN PARSON At a Recriuting meeting at Yarram last week, Rev Geo. Cox said it was the first time in his life be had to appeal to men to do their duty. He felt he must speak straight out on such an occasion. He had tried to get through himself, as most of them knew, but bad been regected twice. But he had not finished yet. (Applause). He had an engagement which kept him till the end of August, but where's the man to come forward and take his place till he got there ? There's the challenge. [A volunteer came forward, amid loud applause]. Resuming, Mr Ccx said "I'hank God (here's a man ready." He appealed to married men, for who should fight for the protection of their families but themselves. It would be to late if the Germans got here. He sometimes thought of a lioe of men, including the shire president and councillors, and some ministers, drawn up in front of the shire hall to be shot by the Germans ; for no doubt their pub'ic remarks were being recorded, as had been done in...

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COWWARR RECRUITING MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

COWWARR RECRUITING MOVEMENT From Our Own Correspondent Active work in this district for the encouragement of recruiiing was begun oo Tuesday evening 1-st, when a meeting convened by the President of the Shire (Cr D. Morgan) was held in the local hall. A committee, to be called the Cow warr Patriotic and Recruiting Com mittfe, consisting of the following gentlemen WES formed :-Father Shanahan, Messrs J. M'Gregor, G. O'Brien, O. Martin, W. Uayner, M. Fogarty, M. Sheehy, J. Kisher, J. Anderson, H. Temby, with C. H. Smith as secretary. It was decided that soveral speakers be written to with a view of arranging a public meet'ng to be h.ld during the forthcoming week. Posters forwarded by the State Parliamentary Rtcruiting Committee are being displayed by locil shop keepers, and ballets distributed. It is anticipated that much interest will be aroused. For Bronchial Coughs, take Wood-*' Great Peppermint Cure, is 6d

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

.c.:3 year children have croup, do not [ r-st ?j:\hnxhls time in experimenting v/ith '?:hcl remedies, no matter, how highly they iTizy ho recommended* hut give . Chamberlain's Gs'Jfri Remedy as directed.andtall_symptoms. croup v/iil quickly disappear. " ~ ?£ZZ7/ZEk''£!8 WJ^.-V ak\ »T3>7 JTTTK* Is the Finest Remedy in the World For COUGHS and COLDS There is nothing ' just as good.* Always ask for Hearne's and sec that you get it. : 1'!. : ' 'WMQMMWMM Baker Pastrycook neiSKHALE BEST ROLLER FLOUR I Fresh Fruits and Summer Drinks. -ICE CREAM BUTTER, EGGS, BACON, CHEESE Bought and Sold. Caterer for BALLS, PICNICS, Etc. | jr. GQiifcirrar» j BAKEK, GOJJFEGTIONEK AND FRUITERER, j K()N]J»AI;E j Caterer for BALLS PARTIES, Etc. All kinds of WEDDING, BIRTHDAY and CHRISTENING CAKES to Order. Flour, Bran, Pollard,, etc., ot Best | Quality always on Hand. | Also Cordials and Summer Drinks. j v.'ill bo yours to-morrow if to-day you will seek the beneficial aid of the famous and ideal family reme...

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THE AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

THI-H3 AND CAKRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLDNO GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1915 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr W. J. O'Keefe, opltcian, 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 Chas. B. Trood, may be consulted at Sale at any time. Phone 25, Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, July 1G, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 0 a.m. to 4.SO p.m. Mr R. Fariin Webb, of Tiaralgon has been appointed district agent for the Gippsland and Northern Co-.' operative Selling Co., who are now holding tat stock sales weekly at New market. "Secrecy," care of O.P.O. Sale, baa money to lend from £1 to JE5U0. Strict secrecy. GIVE YOUR CATTLE hacinatic PHOSPHATES or CHALLMAN'S CATTLE LICK. Clba 1/, 281ba 5/8, BBlbs 10/0, lewt 21/. CHALLMAN, Chemist, TEARALGON To-day (Tuesday) Green "Bros, will commence an extraordinary cash sale of ladies,' men's and children's ...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

Cliurtli Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND Ro3edale, 11 a.m and 7 p.n>i Est Q. H. Devlin Pinee Hall 3 p.m. Rev G. H. Devlin . Fljnn's Creek 2 30 p.m. Student PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rosedale 11 a.m. Bnd7pm. Kilmany 2.30 p.m., Denison 3 p.m ElyDn 7.30 p.m. CATHOLIC CHURCH Toongabbie 9 a.m, Oowwarr H a.m

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 13 July 1915

DEATH BARKER.- On July llth, at Rosedale, Robert Barker, aged 80 years. A colonist for 61 years. FUNERAL NOTICE THE Friends of Mr Walter Barker are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late father to the place of interment, the Rosedale Cemetery. The funeral will leave his residence, Lyons street, Rosedale. THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock.

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RAW, ITCHING CHILBLAINS Zam Buk a Soothing Cure for All Winter Skin Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 20 July 1915

ITCHING CHILBLAINS Zam Buk a Soothing. Cure for All Winter Skin Troubles The irritating pain and incon venience of chilblains, whether on feet, ears or finpers, nan be avoided by the the use of Zam Buk. Gentle dressings of the 6oothing balm scon stop the itchingand burning,and where the chil blains hive b.oken, Zam Buk prevents ulceration and fcatiriug, and quickly heals the place with strong, new skin. Mrs A. Schutt, of Laria-street, Thebarton, Adelaide, Eay3 :-"For many months my little girl Jessie was tortured by chilblains, which broke out on her feet, bands and ears. The itchiog irritation was awful. The chil blains burst, and for three months Jessie was laid up. Her liogere and toes were in a terribly raw Btate, then the skin peeled off and made them worse. The suffering she endured was horrible. Although we used many ordinary ointments, not one of them did any good. It was only after com mencing with Zam Buk that Jessie obtained relief. This splendid balm ended all the irrita...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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RECRUITING CAMPAIGN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT ROSEDALE SPLENDID RESPONSE TO THE EMPIRE'S CALL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 20 July 1915

RECROIMCAMPAIGN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT ROSEDALE SPLENDID RESPONSE TO THE EMPIRE'S CALL The Recruiting meeting on Tuesday night last was an occasion which will 'ong be rmietr.bcred by tile people of Rosedale and district. The Mechanics' Ha!! was filled lo i:s utniost capacity, and tense patriotism was displayed throughout the proceedings. The meeting was a huge success from every point of view, ar.d the committee is to be complimented cn the manner in which the arrangements were carried out. No time was lost when oncc the urgency of the appeal for men was I realised, and a strong committee wac formed, with Mr F. J. M'Cwhy as secretary. A preliminary meeting was held and seeds sown at that meeting soon germinated, and what with judici ous advertising and personal canvassing on the part of the committee the young men came along on Tuesday night fully prepared to offer their services for their King and Country. The interior of the hall presented a bright appearance. Flags were dis play...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 20 July 1915

Dentistry am) I'r.nrKcr Bv a .'ili'thoci-no pricking o! the ueciile :>'id r.o bad after utiects. Every bod}' Astcniiihc.l. Why no to men who hurl yon, when 1 positively assuro you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS J-XTEAC :io:;s-nv SPECIALTY. YisiL; iSOSKDALK at Exciir.ii^o Hotel - Al 'G t'sT 13 ALL DAY 31ess)\s T. V. Trood (L D.S., B.D.Se.) Chas. B. Trood DENTAL SURGEONS RAYMOND ST., SALE Phone No. -5. MR I. J.O'KEEFE Ophthalmic Optician 13 C'ASSELL ST., If UVKSIit lt.\ *T/"ISITS this district reguhrly every SIX f weeks. Next Visit K.YflfAMJK HOTEL July 29 and 30 My Systc;n of Testing is that followed by the Leading Opticians of the World Eye Testing find Advice Free ACCURACY GUARANTEED PHONE 10 1D. F. Kleine Family Butcher KOSEDALE. Asrent for EOTAL FJBE INSUKANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment BoDnses Annually New Business MBS cTbORAM DESIRES to draw attention to the fiXct that £fic lias Opened Business ir LYONS STREET, ROSEDALE and has on Salu ? Fancy Goods Children's Clothes, etc...

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