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TRARALGON SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 February 1914
TRARALGON SOUTH The Traralgon South residents describe iho fires Id that district as tho worst they have experienced for years. The losses consist of grass and fencing* though unfor tunately, Mr Kibbles' homo further up tho creek, uottr Mr M'Garlttnd'f?,- Wan demoliehod, all efforts to save tho building being futile. The firo made a clean sweep o! practically tho wholo of the property. Mr Bicbica, wo understand, held an insurance policy of £120, so his losses will be partly covered. At the bacK of Toner's a couplo of culvorts have been burned, and the road way is blocked with fallen timber. Many of those at the sports mooting on Thursday -arrived homo to find their places invaded by the ihmes. Tho following are losers of grass and fencing Messrs. T. Powell, G. Pentland. T. A. Downie, G. Redpath, A. Fournier, Hepburn Bros., J. Brtino. Alloid. T\ M'Gartland, C. Jjado, W Ikin, J. Bleakley, S Thompson, J. Holden, aud Mesdames P, Power and J, Toner. ,-"Journal."
ROSEDALE WATER SCHEME TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 February 1914
ROSEDALE WATER SCHEME TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-"Second Lightning Flash's" letter in your last issue is amusing reading. He is surely a stranger to kosedale and its ways. The idea of Rosedale Town going in tor anything that would nuke it think se.iously, bring it up to date and into line with other and smaller places is laughable. Rosedale is passing away, slowly per haps, but surely, and is no doubt more concerned about a shroud than a water scheme. She is steeped in a hoary conservatism; the way things were done 50 years ago, is good enough for her to day. A new idea, such as a water-scheme to reticulate the town, the most necessary of all things, is a disturbing factor and Anathema ! She can get along well enough with a couple of kerosene tins. These suited 50 years ago, they are the height ol her ideas of water supply to-day. 'Second Lightning Flash" calls for a leader. No doubt there will be a rush (or the position, by those competent who read the letter in your last ...
BUSH FIRES TOONGABBIE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 February 1914
BUSH FIRES TOONGABBIK Friday, 20th Fobrunry, will long bo re mombercd in this township-being about one of tho worst unci hottest days exporienced this summer. During tho week, several partioB of men-township residents and others- have been out in tho hills, day after day, combating tho bu»li fir, h, and making ovory effort to chock thom before tho firo could reach tho flat country. Ab./Ut mid-day on Friday, a strong north wind sprung tip, and tho firo travollod at a gro.it nnco from tint diroctii n down through «lr Waltor' Scott's paddocks, crossed tho Cowwarr road, and into tho proporties of A. Recs, W. Andrews, K, Williamson and J. "W. Gales, wlioro it was stopped. Another firo then started, nnd came down tho Walha'la road, through Mr .T. Buttlcr's .property, and into Ban Vonuo, Mr Gadd's estate, where it was also checked. Other sufferers aro Messrs Btunie, Ferguson, N. Gales and B. llumphrey. Grass ani fonoiog was tho only damaga done. Homesteads, stacks and outbuildings wero sav...
CRICKET ROSEDALE v. SALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 February 1914
CRICKET ROSEDALE v, SALE Rosedale could only muster half a team to go to Sale last Thursday and only escaped defeat by the call of time. The following ate the scores : SALE Fenton, b Tyler... ... ... 10 Booth, c and b Tyler ... ... 3 Sutherland, b Tyler 10 Haddan, h Tyler ... ... ,56 Treloar, st. and b Tyler ... 38 Oliver, c and b Rowlands ... 10 Bieavenue, not cut 18 Dotey, c and b Rowlands ... 7 Breheny, b Tyler ... ... o Hprbeck, b Tyler ... ... o Sharpel, not out ... ... 3 Sundries ... ... 4 Total ... ... ... 160 Bowling-Tjler 7 for 55, Rowlands 2 for 37. ROSEDALE Keys, b Fenton 7 Gould, b Haddan ... ... 4 Tyler, c and b Haddan .. ... 22 Umphelby, c and1 b Oliver ... 22 M'Evoy, c and b Haddan ... S Rowlands, not out ... ... 8 Hillman, st. and b Haddan ... 3 Mooncy, st. and b Haddan ... 1 Sundiies 4 7 wickets for .. ... 79 Bowling-Fenton 1 for 10, Haddan 5 (or 22, Oliver 1 for 11.
UPPER FLYNN'S CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 February 1914
UPPER FLYJJN'S CREEK The firo has taken its toll in this district ' in fact h bait of country between Loy Yang and Trsialgon has been ravaged. Miles of fencing have been wiped out, and sheep and cattle ore at present hopelessly mixed up. A fire, which had previously ttartedat Faulk ner's, Traralgon South, travelled through tho picpertitsof Mes3r* Qotden. A. Beaton, A. Thompson. \V. Widttis, W. Handley and L. Molur, and enfted up on Saturday at the flynn's Crpek Slate school, wlure it finally burnt itself out. A very lively time was experienced here, and a consignment of fire fighters from .Traralgon hurriedly left to render assistance. The fires were then gradually threatening the homes of Afessrs Mtther and Handtey and tiio State school building, but by dint of bard fighting the buildings were saved, aa also were three stacks of hay belonging to Mr W. Hanley, which were at one timo in great danger. All IIIOEO mentioned arc very considerable looser* ingress and fencing, to which the...
GLENGARRY AN HEROIC DEED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 February 1914
GLENGARRY AN* XtEHOIG DSHD On Suoday evening, loth insf-., a bush fire broke out in Mr R. Gibson's properly. The tire originated cutsido in a paddock in which Mr Gitson recently had a good deal of scrub cut. Efforts were made to try and block the fire from catching the scrub, but without success. A fire break was then burnt between the properties of Messrs Cook and Gibson, ou Monday evening, the ilre travel ling in a westerly direction through the 6crubby back paddock'6 of Mr Kwart. Sevtral neighbors tried to keep the tire back, but were unable to do so, and it then crossed into Mr Jepson's paddock, and thre^teiud Mr S. Christonsen's homestead, which is on the opposite side of a one chain road. A break w.s burnt to meet tho ap proaching fire and was only completed when the muio body of the firo came down. The fire crossed the road, and it looked as if Mr Christonsen's house and stacks were doomed. The fire fighters, who were nearly all ex. hau?t*d, fan for the Blacks, and burnt a br...
RICKED HIS BACK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
RICKED HIS BACK "I ricked my back severely and was un able to stand upright/' writes Mr Thomas H. Maher, Ebden, Vic. "I had seen Chambtrlain's Pain Balm advertised fcr strains. and thought I would see what it would do for me. The First application gave me relief and 1 was &lt;juite myself ai/ain after only usin» qu rter of a bottle " Sold by J. Williams, Host-dale.
BUSH FIRE INCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
BOSH FIRE INCIDENTS , Regarding the recent bush fires in tbe hill couDtry, some curious incidents, says the Yarram ' Standard." are narrated. It isthe custom of the hills people, when fires are about, to buiy household effects in the ground. One settler had a particularly valuable dinner set-a wedding present-which he wished to preserve, and this he buried for safety from the fire. But a horse got there first. It stepped cn the loose earth and destroyed the wedding asset. A careful housewife; hid all her cooking utensils in a hole, and when ihe fiie had passed she could not dis cover the place of concealment. The ground was all alike-a black mass. Someone will make a find in the sweet by-and-by. On Mr Forder's property at Black warry, is a house built of palings, by no means pretentious, and in which no ere lived. It was at the mercy of the flames. There are indications that it caught fire in two places, yet was net consumed. While others lost their homes after strenuous fighting, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
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ALWAYS TAKES IT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
ALWAYS TAKES IT MI always take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever 1 have a cold," writes Mrs A. Preston, 61 King William St., Fitzroy. "I first took it when I had an attack of in* fluenssa and I got relief at once. Now I always keep a bottle in the house and never lose an opportunity to recommend it to others. I know dozens of people who look on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as a part of their househo'd effects." Sold by I. Williams, Rosedak\
PUBLIC WORKS ANNUAL SPECIAL GRANT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
PUBLIC WORKS ANNUAL SPECIAL GRANT The Minister of Public Works (Mr Hagelthorn) has allocated the grant among the Shires of Rosedale, Alber ton, Traralgon and Maffra as follows: Rosedale and Alberton Shires Towards bridge over Herri man's Creek (councillors and ratepayers to contribute .£50 each additional) £100 Alberton Shire - Towards Greig's Creek road, £75 ; to wards road from Moore's to Kalladay's, parish Devon, £150 ; towards road to White law's Track, Summeifield's road, £100; towards White law's road, £75 ; towards Dingo Creek road, £75 (council to expend ^237/10"/ additional ... ... £475 Maffra Shire-Towards bridge at Grogan's Crossing over Macalister River (council to expend ^75 additional ... £75 Traralgon Shire - Towards forming and gravelling Tyers road, £100; towards road froni Hoggs's bridge to Jeer alang, £150 ; towards grading and foimiDg Clarke's road, Callignee, £100 (council to .expend £175 additional... £350
TOONGABBIE Thursday, 26/2/14 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
TOONGABBIE (from our own Correspondent). Thursday, 26/2/14 The crops around this district have yielded well this season. An oat crop of Mr J. W. Gales went 50 bushels to the acre, and other good yields have been reported. On Kiid.iy last a bush fire that has been bur ing in the hills for over a week, swept down over flic flats and burnt out several farmers, who lost grass and fencing. Mrs Williamson's bouse was almost gone. It was hard fighting to save it. The fire then crossed ti e railway line, and got into Mr J. W. Gales's stubble paddock; and his house, slacks, barn and grain (which were all around the stacks, as the threshing machine had just left that morning) were threatened, the wind blowing straight on to them. Fortunately he bad a paddock of millet a few chains from the barn, and the fire was checked there and put out by the fire-beaters. If it had r.ot been for the paddock of millet, nothing is surer, with the strjDg that was blow ing, than that the fire would have swept ...
GORMANDALE SPORTS THURSDAY, MARCH 12 HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
GORMANDALE SPORTS THUESDAY, MARCH 12 HANDICAPS DISTRICT PLATE. -R S May Oyds, S Davcy 7, A Morley 8, J Fryett 0, \V H Ooley 9, P J Duokott 9, G Une 10, J O'Connor 10, W A Lane 10, W Urquhai t10, T E Lano 10, W King 10, C Morley 10, A N Davey 10, A £1 Gcaham 10 220YDS HANDICAP.-W Turner 13yds. Jeff Wiljlit 15. F Armstrong 1G, D A O'Kouho 18, G N O'Rouke 20, O ft urf 20, R Uovvell 20, T E Lano 25, J O'Connor 25, J Jonea 2. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP.-Jeff Wifjlit 12yds, W Tumor 13 B Maxfield IB, A R Spargo 10, G Day 10, P Armstrong 17, R Howell 17. H King 17, G N O'Rouke 17, K O Coultharh 18, D AO'Rouko 18, R A Couch 18, W G Chenliall 20, W Urquhnrt 20, W A Lane 20, J Jones 20 HURDLES.-H King 14yds, G Aubrey 16, B May 15, G N O'Rouke 17, J Fryott 17, R H Morley 18, D A O'Rouke 18, 13 K Coates 20, B G Rowley 20 HALF-MILE HANDICAP.-R S May 12ydB, R Hnwol) 17, O TVrut 25, D A O'Kouke 80, W Turner 30, G N O'Rouke 35, E Huxfield 40, SW Davay 46 W King 45, 0 Nippo 45, B Smith 45, J Fryott 45, J. Jo...
SNAGGING AND STRAIGHTENING THE LATROBE RIVER CONFERENCE OF MUNICIPALITIES PRACTICAL SCHEME EVOLVED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
SNAGGING AND STRAIGHTENING THE LATROBE RIVER CONFERENCE OF MUNICIPALITIES PKAOTICAL SCHEME EVOLVED On Friday last, in the Shire Hall, Traral gon, a conference of municipalities, in torostod in the question of siingginif. and straightening tho Latrobo river was held. Tho conference was brought together at ths inatanco of tho Traralgon Shiro Council, and its deliberations M-ere presided over by Or WhittukorB. Tho following municipalities wore rcpiesonled: - Traralgon (Councillors Wliittakers and Peltitj. Moiwell (Or English), Roaedale (Councillors Futcher, Crooko and Render eon), Warragul (Councillors H. Copclnnel nnd Count Von Horn), Salo (Councillor Cullinan). Mr T. Livingston, M.L.A., was .. all? in attendance. v The Preaidnnt, in opening tho procoodings said it gave him great pleasure to wolcono tho visiting delegates to Traralgon to discuss ao impoitant a matter. Before pro ceeding* further ho wished to expluin that when tho council's letter convening the conference was isont out...
ROSEDALE SWIMMING CLUB AQUATIC SPORTS OFFICIALS: [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
ROSEDALE SWIMMING CI.UB AQUATIC SPORTS OFFICIALS : President-Mr E. Cox. Judges-Messrs H. L. Keys, E. Cox, and C. B. Trood. Judge of Diving-Mr Obas. Trood Starter-Mr L. W. Cox. Timekeeper-Mr L. J. Ridgway. Haiidioappers--Messrs J.Lunney, W. Weir and 0. Stewart Treasurer-Mr G. Greco. Secretary-Mr 0. Stewart. The above club held its second car niyal /or (lie season at the load baths on the Latrobe River 011 Thursday last. Tho weather, upon whicb the success of such a gathering depends so much, was perfeot. A large number, including many of the fair sex, as sembled to witness the programme of various events arranged, and, in addition, the challenge to a catch-as catch-can contcst in the water, thrown out lo 10 of Rosedale's beBt swimmors by Mr 0. B. Trood, of Sale. The challenge was accepted by Messrs J. Rowlands, E. Shiel, J. Lunney, 0. I Weir, J. Farley, G. Farley, S. Farley and 0. Stewart, who provided good I sport for tho onlookers, but wero rather [ too many for Mr Trood. A number ...
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
GORMANDALE (From Our Own Correspondent) The month of February was very dry the rainfall amounting to only 5 points which fell on the Sth and lotti of the month. As a result the ground is now parched and dry, except upon the morass lands, which would benefit by a good fall of rain. I am glad that the bush fires have been checked by the cool change in the weather. Some of the hill settlers have had a bad timed it and very few indeed have escaped paying toll to the fire fiend. On Saturday last the adjourned annual meeting of the Mechanics' In stitute was held when the report and balance sheet was presented by the lion secretary, Mr G. Aubruy. Mr H. King was elected chairman in the absence of the president, Cr Power, who could not attend. The chairman in his address stated that Mr Geo. Aubrey was resigning the position as secretary and it would be necessary to appoint someone in his stead. The secretary then presented the report and balance sheet. Duiing the year Messrs Keddie and Gilse...
HONESTLY RECOMMENDED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
HONESTLY RECOMMENDED "To anyone suffering from diarrhoea lean honestly recommend Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy as being the most satisfactory remedy on the market," writes Mr C. C. Hooper, Wakefield, N.2 "I have tried all sorts of medicines but have found rothing equal to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy." Sold by J. Williams R)seda!c. .
CARRAJUNG [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
CARRAJUNG (From Our Own Correspondent) The rainfall at Carrnjung for the month of February was 14 points, which fell on the 7th of that month. Thib is an exceptionally dry summer, less than 3 inches of rain have fallen during the past three months. The hills, under droughty conditions, present a rather dismal appearance to the eye. The fires of a .couple of weeks ago, which caused a great deal of damage, are now fairly under con trol and unless the present droughty conditions continue any further serious outbreaks should not take place. A. M'Leao and Co. (P. Dunbar, auctioneei) held a fairly successful cattle sale on Saturday last, 28th ult. It istfae intention of this'old established atid well known firm to do their utmost to build up successful periodi cal sabs here. If the residents can find the cattle these sales will become: more successful than formerly. The District Inspector of Schools, Mr Gill, attended here a couple of weeks ago for the purpose of choosing a site for the e...
A REAL HOME LESSON Father and Daughter Heal Their Cuts and Scalds with Zam Buk. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
REAL HOME LESSON Father anil Daughter Ileal Their Cuts and Scakl3 will) Zarn Buk. In thousands of homes Zam Buk is daily demonstrating its wondorful utility as o Crat-aicl for accidents. Rc markablo soothiug, and nntiseptic pro perties make Zam Buk anidfiil healer (or cuts, bruises, burus, scalds, epraine, etc. Zam Buk subdues pain and in flammation, prevent festering, and ensures a speedy and perfect relief. The expotienee of Mrs C. B. Boys, Cawtborne St., Soutlnvark, Adolaido, is a typical Instance. ' My Children," alio sayB, "are al ways in the wars, but thanks to Zam Buk, their injuries are speedly healed. My little girl Thelma fell and out her knee-cap. The wound was veiydeep and for a few days she was practically a oripple. Ordinary remedies did her no good, I then applied Zam Buk, which in a few days healed her kueo splendidly. "My eldest daughter Kathleen, se verely sodded her arm with Btoam from the keltlo. In r arm blistered up in a fearful manner, but a prompt op plicatio...