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TAKE NO OTHER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
TAKE NO OTHER "For nine years I suffered with a liver disorder and tried numerous medicines, ob taining very little relief," writes Miss Ester J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.SAV. "After taking Chamberlain's Tablets regularly for a fortnight I found 1 was greatly benefitted, and am now completely restored to health. My father who is 97, is an invalid and is troubled with constipation, but has obtained the greatest benefit from Chamberlain's Tablets. Rather than nse any other medi cine we have often set into Braidwood, that is twenty miles away, for Chan.hertain's Tablets, Sold by J. WiU.'Hms, Roiednlc. 1
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS THKO. B. LITTLE AND CO. Report: Fat Cattle-We had a big penning at Traralgon; good attendance of local and visiting butchers, everything sold well. Good sale at Rosedale. At Briago long, fair number forward all sold but one cnw. Not so many as usuaiat Sule, prices about equal to last report. We quote prime cows £G/6/ to £7/10/, good do. from £5/5/, medium sorts from £ijT/G, heifers from £5/9/, steers at £G/5/. Store cattle-Very heavy yaiding at Traralgon (about 700 head grown cattle) mostly very fine cattle from the bills ; a big muster of good buyers, and notwithstanding the dry weather we sold practically the whole yarding at very satisfactory prices. A very nice yarding at Rosedale; high priceB ruled. A few nice pens in at Sale, but buyers hardly as k°en as at other sales. No particulars' to hand. Sheep-Splendid demand for fats and stores. Our special eale at Sale was well attended by buyer?, and the entire yarding sold quickly at prices quite e...
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 Fefore Mr Harris, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 Fefore Mr Harris, P.M. Constable Brown proceeded against Stanley Buxton for lion vaccination of his child. Defendant sent in a written plea of guilty, and a fine of £2 was inflicted. A letter ofapolegy was also received from the defendant stating his inability to attend owing to bush fires. Constable Brown informed the bench that the fires were very bad and that it was al most impossible for defendant to leave his home on that account. ' Several debt cases were also dis posed of. During the hearing of one of the debt claims, in which a counter claim fer boo 10 auJ lodging Wits put in, the P.M. asked claimant if he did not think 17s 6d per week rather a stift charge, seeing that the Rural Workers' set down the cost at 16s, which was considered the top charge. Claimant s'ated that at the present cost of living the charge was moderate. When the defendant was in the witness box the P.M. inquired what part of the house he slept in. He replied that...
CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always open for free discussion on public topics, etc, we do not hold ourselves responsible for any opinions expressed by the writers of the letters.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst thi9 column is always opon for free discussion on p-iblie topics, otc, wo do not hold ourselves responsiblo for any opinions expressed by the writers of the letters.] TO THE EUITOIt OK TI1E "COURIER'1 Sir,-In JrtSb issue of the "Courier," a letter appeal s ovor the signature of "F. Bay'net," having referenco to a previous loiter from yours truly, "Cow Hide." As there appears to bj some slight misunder* standing 1 desiro to niako aa explanation, It is not correct to sav 1 abused our worthy Sbire Secretary. Quite wrong Mr "F. Bay'net." I can endorse all you have said in praisi of that oiHoer. I am well aware I do not po6S999 the brains that his been be stowed upon our Shire Secretary or bis apolegy. "F. Bay'net" must knovthatit is only natural tbftt we that lack "intellectual ability and dignity" will look to. those that do possess thoso envious qualities, and, if we do not nay *nd do things that are strictly coirect, is it not ciuel on the part of an intellectu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
WAS NEVER WELL Neuralgia and Bilousness Caused Untold Suffering Dr Morse's Indiau Root SPills Givo Complete Relief' Neuralgia is caused by poorness of blood, and a reme dy llmt will purify the blood will overcome Neuriilgio, That Dr Worst's In diaii Root Pills lines in reference to your Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills as a medicine. Uuring the past two years I suffered from sick headaches and Neuralgia and periodic Biliousness, In spite of l dieting and medical advice I was never well. I used to dread the days and nights of nervous agony and only I women who have suffered from SicU Headaches know what, those aiphts I were. Sowo time back J was advised I to give Dr j\Iorse Indixii Roots a trial, ' but I did not do af the time, for 1 had been advised to try so many medicines. But a friend who had suffered from Neuralgia, and whom your pills had completely cured, at last pumiaded me to give Dr Alorst's Indian Root Pills a trial. After the second bottle there was a marked improvement in my...
ROSEDALE WATER SUPPLY SUCCESSFUL PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
ROSEDALE WATER SUPPLY SUCCESSFUL PUBLIC MEETING The public meeting convened by Cr Umphelby for Friday evening last in the local hall, to consider the question of a water scheme to reticulate the town, was well attended. Cr Umphelby presided. The Shire engineer, Mr H. L. Keys, placed before the meeting the plans and specifications which be had drawn up for a similar purpose some 12 mouths back (full particulars of which were published in these columns), but, un fortunately, owing to the lack of public support, fell through. The present dry spell was evidently responsible to a great extent for the representative and enthusiastic meet ing on Friday evening Two schemes, our readers are aware, were drawn up, viz., windmill and oil engine. After the engineer had given an out line of same, the chairman asked those present 10 accept one or the other, and to stand by it, as he did not want to see this matter turned down again. Mr Kleine said he noticed that in windmill scheme a 25-ft mill wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
Nambrok Sports (in nid of tho Public Hall) 4?QC OITO AWAY OQK oVOO in PRIZES. *OJ Thurs., March 5! TO-DAY (at the Nambrok Township) Prosrrmnpie (under V.A.L. rules) SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, of £9. 180yds First £7, second £1 10s( third 10s. Nom. 3/0, accep. 13. ' NAMBROK PLATE, of £5. 220yds. First £3 10s, second £1 10s, third 10>. Nom 2s, nccep Is. DISTRICT RACE, (Shiro ofBosedale). First, trophy valued at £2 2; second 10s. Nom 2s. Post entry. STEPPING THE DISTANCE. MAIDEN SHEAF THBOWING. BAG SOLVING CONTEST. TOSSING THE CABER. TOTATO RACE ON HORSEBACK. JFiret 1GB, accond Gs, io each ovcot. Post .Entry. HOUSE EVE.\TS NOVELTY PONY EACE. 1-1 a.ii. HACK EACE. PONY TBOT, (Handicap) 14 a u. NOVELTY EACE, Horses to walk, jrot and qallop in portion of the race. First pri/.e in the above events trophy of tho value of £ii S. Post Entry. Entry forms obtainable on application to the Secretary or at tho "Courier" oflice. Nominations close on Monday, Feb ruary 23rd fcr Sheflield Handicap and Nambr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
SHIRE OF ROSEDALE 1 ^EE^lJ.pNjr'-A!. GT0UTCHER, J.P SECRETARY-]y®£$T.EEL LESTEI^j'.P. ENG1NEER-H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS )ING-'Hon. E. 1. _ . . A, Umphclby John Widdts, Toongauhie RIDJNG-* W. A. Lang, D« Morgan, J P., and W. Henderson, ].P. ?Retires August, 1914 ROSEDAUj RIDING-'Hon. E. J. Crooke, M.L.C., A. G. Futchcr, J.P.i and T. A. Umphclby Dbnison RIDING--*G. M.Davis, John Widdts, ? J.P., and T. Kenevan "SEW SHINE IlAH -r Officially Opened on Monday, June 16, 1913, by Mrs j.Widdis Wm, Allen, builder J. H. Lester, photo. MEETINGS FOR 1914 March 1G May 18 .July 21 September 21 November 10 April 20 June 15 August 17 October 19 December 21 Give Your J ob Printing to the " COURIER" OFFICE. Satisfaction Guaranteed ! Do you Subscribe to the local paper? YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT. Wholesale Only-I'ETEItSOX & CO. I'TV. I/IM)., HELKOUKXE | When your children have croup, do not | waste valuable time-in experimenting with s untried ^remedies, no; matter] how highly they jj ma...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 5 March 1914
AND CABRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOBNINO THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, March 27tb, arid April 24tb, and may be consulted at1 the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m, to 4.80 p.m. The friends of Mr Cyril Robinson will be pleased to hear he has received promotion from his position in the Traralgon P.O., as telephonist to the city branch. This is Cyril's third move in 2 years. - - Attention is drawn to the advertise in another column, to the effect that the Guardian Assurance Co. is pre pared to cover all liability under (he Woiker's Compensation Act 1914. Mr David O'Donnell is the local agent, and we advise our readers to arrange (or a cover note, covering their liability from date that the law conies into operation. The rain that threatened a few days ago has completely disappeared again. The rainfall for February at Rose dale was nil. Mr Hurren informs us that he has been recording the rainfall for th...
ALWAYS TAKES IT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
ALWAYS TAKES IT UI always take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever I have a cold," writes Mrs A. Preston, 61 K«ny William St., Fitzroy "1 first to k it whi*n 'I had an attack of in (luenza and I got r;lief at once. Now J always k-ep a bottle in thehoueand never lose an opportunit) 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 J* Williams, ltosedale.
Sauce for the Goose. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
Sauce for the Goose. Tho appearance of a foreigner In n tram-car seemed to arouse the curi osity of a burly navvy, who presently leaned over and asked: "I say, guv'nor, what sort of a 'nese' are you?" "What do you mean, air?" said tha Joreigner. "Are you a Chinese or a Japanese?" "Well, if you are anxious to know, , am a Japanese. Now, may I ask what sort of a 'key' you are?" "What do you mean, guv'nor?" "Why, are you a donkey or a mon de.v ?" Then the other passengers laughed
A STORY OF AN ENGAGEMENT RING. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
A STORY OF AN ENGAGEMENT RING. "When I was a young man," said Bodkins, "I was employed in a large bouse in the city, and fell in love with a young woman to whom I becamo en gaged. About two months before w« were to be married, I was sent to Aus tralia on important business, occa sioned by the death of one of the firxa In that country. I took an affection ate leave of my intended, and prom ised to write to her often. "I was detained longer than I ex pected, but just before I sailed fof rome I bought a valuable ring, in tendisg it as a present for my sweet heart. "As I was nearins; the shore and reading the paper which the pilot had brought on board, I saw an announce ment of lier marriage with anothei, a nmn I knew very well, which so en raged me that I threw the ring over board. * "" "A few days afterward, as' I waa ?lining, fish was served, and In eating a portion, 1 bit Into something hard, and what do you suppose it was?" "The diamond riug!" exclaimed fccveral. "No." said Hodkins...
HOW TO CHECK A COUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
fOW TO CHECK A COUGH. v-. I i not usually supposed that any exerci-.o ot the will power can be made efficient in checking a cough or a sneeze, but a celebrated doctor says sneezing can be stopped by pressing on the nerve of the lips in Ihe neighbourhood of the nose. Coughing may be stopped by slight pressure in front of the ear. Tills will also stop hiccoughing. Pressing very hard on the top of the mouth is also a means of stopping coughing, and many will say the will alone has immense power. There are various other affections associated with breathing, which can be stopped by the same mechanism that stops the heart's action. Iu spasm of the glottis, which- is a terrible thing in children, and alsc In whooping cough, it is possible .-to afford relief by throwing cold water on the feet, or by tickling the soles of the feet, which produces laughter, and at the same time arrests the spaim almost at 'once.
ALL SORTS THE DOMESTIC HANDY MA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
ALL SORTS THE DOMESTIC HANDY MA« A Northampton man, on being told that there were several pieces ot tin ware which needed mending, conceived the Idea of Getting the Iron and soldei and doing the mending himself. His wife, filled with vngtio forebodings perhaps, said that th6 expense was such a trlllo that it v ould hardly pay to do It ono's soil. Ki which ho respon ded: "I'll admit that, In this one instance, it would not pay, but there is some thing in want of repair every llttlf. while, and If I have the tools here for doing it, wo shall be saved just so much expense. It may not be much It the course of a year, but every little helps, and in time the total amounts to a nice little lump. We don't want the Rothschilds lugging off all the money in the country." Me got the iron, a shilling's worth of solder, and threepence worth of resin. He came homo with these thlugs and went into the kitchen, looking so proud and happy that his wife would have been glad he'd got them, were It not f...
CORRESPONDENCE Whilst this column is always open for free discussion on public topics, etc, we do not hold ourselves responsible for any opinions expressed by the writers of the letters. RAZORS IN THE AIR TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always opon for froo' discussion on public topics, otc, wo do not hold ourselves rcsponsibln for any opinions cxpressod by tho writers of tho lottors.] RAZORS IN THE AIR TO THE EDITOIt OF THE "cOUBIEr" Sir,-In your issue of the "Courier" of February 26th, appears a letter signed "F. Bay'net," buttering up the ability of our Shire secre tary, According to Mr "F\ Bay'net," one would imagine that the Shire secretary was "the travelling encyclo pajdia," "the enquire within," and "the general factotum" of the Rosedale Shire. I regret having to be personal, but "F. Bay'net" compels me to be so, as my last letter was simply comment ing on the Shire conncil's proposed "Boolmaking Industry," and not on the Shire secretary's extraordinary abilities. One cannot help admiring Mr "F. Bay'net's" bombastic state ment, to the (fleet that Mr Lester is probably the ablest municipal officer in the State. Surely if Mr Lester possesses such brilliant credentials, it...
THE RABBIT PEST [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
THE RABBIT PEST It is pleasing, says the "Journal," to note tbat the landowners in the Traralgon and other Gippsland dis tricts ace taking concerted action to prevent tbe spread of rabbits. And action is being taken none too soon, A few years ago tber- were hardly a rab bit to be found on this side of the Haunted Hills, but to-day odd ones are to be seen in nearly every property in the Traralgon district. They do not take long to multiply, and the sooner tbey are exterminated the better for all concerned. It would never do to let tbern obain the bold tbey have in the Omeo district, but there is a little excuse for the landowners there, for the country is very mountainous, and extremely hard to wire-net. There is no excuse for tbe local landowners il tbe rabbits get tbe best of them, They have bad ample warning, and the in spector (Mr O'Connell) has done his best to instruct them as to the best means of eradicating ihe pest, In spite of this, there are some dilatory landowners, who h...
PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR OPENING DAY TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR OPENING DAY TO-MORROW Matters in connection with the two days' bazaar, the openiDg ceremony of which takes place to-morrow afternoon at 2 30 p.m., present a rosy aspect, and it only rists with the public to roll up and make the venture the succtss it deserves to be. . As is well ICDOWH, the bazaar has been organised by the ladies of the local Presbyterian Chuich with the object of enabling that body to raise money to build a Sunday-school hall. The ladies look forward with confidence to gaining the support of the Rosedale and district public. All soits of goods will be displayed for sale on - he stalls, and there will be inteiesting side shows and other amusements. The bazaar will be open to the general public throughout the afternoon and evening of each day, doors opening at 2.30 and 7 p.m. Theie will be only « small charge for admission, viz., adults 6d and children 3d. Don't forget ! Mechanics' Hall ! Friday and Saturday next I
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS TIIEO. B. LITTLE AND CO. Report Fat Cattle-Stratford yards fairly well supplied ; good attendance of butchers, and all but one ptn sold at fully lato rates. We yarded over 50 bead at Morwell ; oulaidu and local butcbere competed freely, and a total clearance effected at very satisfactory prices. I Not so many as usual in at Sale; good quality cattle sold well, inferior Borts dull. We sold prime cows ,£G/12/ to ^8, good do. from .£5/10j, heifers p£,G/!)/ to £7/1, light do. at £», vealers to ^8/12/G. Store Cattle-Good yarding at Stratford ; owing to tbe dry weather prices liardly a? firm as last report. OurMorwell yards were crowd ed with good cattle, including a largo number of springers; Melbourne buyers bought a good number, and as owners reserves were reasonable, wo were able to dispose of nearly the wbolo yarding »t auction. Several pens forward at Sale including some nice quality young steers and heifer?, everything Bold, 18 months to 2-year-ol...
CORMANDALE SPORTS TO-DAY HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 12 March 1914
OQfiMAHDALE SPORTS TO-DAY HANDICAPS DISTRICT PLATE.-B S May 6yds, H Davey 7, A Morley 8, J Fryett 9, W J Onley 9, P J Duckott 9, Q Lane 10, S O'Connor 10, W A Lane 10, TV Urquliart 10, T E Lano 10, TV King 10, C Morley 10, A N Davey 10, A A Graham 10 220YDS HANDICAP.-TV Turnor 13yds, Jeff Wight IS. F Armstrong 16, D A O'Rouke 18, G N O'Rouke 20, O Wurf 20, R Howell 20, T E Lane 25, 3 O'Connor 25, J Jones 24 SHEFFIELD HANDICAP-Joff TVight 12yds, TV Turner 13 E Mmfield 15, A R Spargo 16, G Day 10, F Armstrong 17, R Howell 17, H King 17, G N O'Rouke 17, E 0 Coultliard 18. D A O'Rouke 18, R A Couch 18, W G Cbenhall 20, W Urquliart 20, TV A Lane 20, J Jones 20 HURDLES.-H King 14ydB, G Aubrey 15, R May 15, G N O'Rouke 17, J Fryett 17, li II Morley 18, D A O'Rouke 18, 13 K Coates 20, B (> Rowley 20 HALF-MILE HANDICAP.-R S May 12yils, R IIowoll 17, O Wiul 25, D A O'Rouke30, TV Turnor 30, G N O'Rouke 35, EMaxiield 40, SW Davey 45 TV King 45, C Nppc 15, B Smith 45, J Fryett 45, J. Jones 55...