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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 March 1914
WEDDING DR. A. I. GREEN TO MISS H. M. HANKS (Re-printed from "Punch") The following will be of interest to our readers: A very pretty wedding took place at Christ Chuich, South Yarra, on Tues day evening, 3rd March, when Dr A. Ian Green, youngest son of Mr J. Green, Malvern, was married to Miss Hazel Maud Hanks, second daughter of Mrs Hanks and the late James Hanks, of Melbourne. The ceremony was performed by the Rev E. Towns end. The bride, who was given away hy her brother-in-law, Mr Rod. Travers, wore a prettily draped gown of crepe de chine over pink, with tunic of Limerick lace. The train of brocaded crepe de chine was lined with pink, and over it a Brussels lace veil (lent by Mrs Grevillc) fell gracefully from a wreath of pale pink roses: she carried a bouquet of pale pink and white flowers veiled with tulle. Mrs Rod. Travets and Mrs Keble Johnstone were matrons of honour, and wore dresses of pale pink crepe de chine, veiled with uinon and trimmed with far, and carried iS_jo p...
LAYS OF GIPPSLAND SOUTH THE WORLD IS YOUNG TO DAY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 March 1914
LAYS OF GIPPSLAND SOUTH! THE WORLD IS YOUNG TO DAY Courage, brothers, ye who falter . In the upward strides we make; We have cast away the halter That once bound us to the stake : Never more as goods and chattels .Shall our lives be sold away ; We are free men ; and the world is Young and blight and glad to-day. Once the poor, like swine, were huddled, Where they breathed but tainted air, And the old folk drank and fuddled ; And the walls were low and bare: And the coarsest word was spoken And the ribald jest went round While the maid in shame and wonder Turned her eyes unto the ground. In thy mercy, God, I pray thee Cast the poor man's sins away For he has but won his manhood, He's a man but yesterday : And the marks of bondage linger In the soul the iron tore, And he's apt to point his finger Where the dogs have licked his sore. Long he reaped the rich man's harvest, Though his hire was seldom paid : And he saw his best and bravest 'Neath the rich man's burden fade ; And he saw hi...
FIGHTING FOR BREATH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 March 1914
FIGHTING FJR BREATH "My little boy was a martyr to bad colds and coughs," says Mrs C. Wartell, Lake's Creek, Rockhampton, Q. "At times he has been so bad that I have found him fighting for breath. Since 1 started giving him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 1 do not worry over his coughs for I know that a couple of doses will give him immediate i relief." Sold by J. Williams Roscdalc. |
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 March 1914
*h> 51b Parcel. INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES Guardian Assurance Co. FIITE ACCIDENT Workers' Compensation ESTABLISHED NINETY YEARS Assets £P,000,000 Local Agent- David (>. O'DoiuiclI, Ilovlield Coach Painting Motor Cars a Specialty HAVING secured the aorvicefi of ft first class tradesman from Melbourne, I am prepared to execute every description of Motor-car, Coach and Jinker Tainting, &c Workmanship Guaranteed Prices Reasonable T. A. DUCK BUILDER and CONTRACTOR 1'AIHTER and DECORATOR ROSED A LE ^r- P- R- MILES, a. well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT. AND WHOM IT CURED OF RHEUMATISM A...
A SUSPICIOUS FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 March 1914
A SUSPICIOUS FIRE Last week what appears to be a case of deliberately setting fire to a paddock occurred at Mr E. S. Whittaker's "Fernhill" estate, J,oy Yang. It seems that Mr T. Clarke, who resiJes at Loy Yang, was prcceeding home late at night from the town when he found portion of '"Feinhill" to be on fire. The fire was too large to tackle single handed, and Mr Clarke informed several neighbors, with whose assistance the fire was go: under, after some 25 or 30 acres of grass had been consumed. Mr'Whittakers was away from home at the time. An investi gation was made to endeavor to account for the outbreak, and on tracing the fire to were it started, an old tin was discovered filled with paper, etc. Tne matter tras reported to the police. The incident - has all the elements of a diabolical outrage connected with it, and only for Mr Clarke's timely ar rival on the scene, there is very little probability that the whole of the coun try in the vicinity would have been de nuded of grass...
BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY MAFFRA FACTORY TO CLOSE SETTLEMENT CONDITIONS REMOVED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 March 1914
BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY MAFFRA FACTORY TO CLOSE SETTLEMENT .CONDITIONS REMOVED A variety of subjects of public in terest was discussed by the State Cabi net on Monday, at a meeting presided' over by the Premier, and one discussion most im portant to the residends of this district was \\iih the position of the Maffra sugar beet industry and the land settle ment questioDi In exphnation of the decision reached, the Premier stated that he had had an investigation of the state of affairs made by an expert accountant of the department. This was preliminary to the recent in spection of the settlements at Boisdale and Kilmany Park and the Maffra Beet Sugar Factory by the Ministers of Agriculture and Lands. The Ministers presented a re'port and recommenda tions, to the Cabinet, and after a long discussion, the following recommenda tions were adopted :-1 That operations ia connection with the beat industry be suspended after the close of the approaching harvest and manufacturing work. That the cl...
HONESTLY RECOMMENDED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 March 1914
HONESTLY RECOMMENDED "To anyone suffering from diarrhoea I can honestly recommend Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy as being- the most satisfactory remedy on the market," writes Mr C. C. Hooper, Wakefield, N.Z. "I have tried all sorts of medicines but have found nothing equal to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy." Sold by J, Williams, Rosedale.
THE CORRICK ENTERTAINERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 26 March 1914
THE CORRICK ENTERTAINERS Happiness in this life is but a passing shadow; work the one ab sorbing topic; but as "All wotk and no' play makes .Jack a dull boy," it behoves the people to avail themselves, when the opportunity arises, of enjoying an evening's entertainment. Such opportunity occurs next week, on Friday, April 3, when the world famed Corrick Entertainers will appear in the Mechanics' Hall. It will be remembered that their last visit engen dered keen enjoyment, and as theynrp renowned for up-to-date and highly refined performances, their reputation should be further enchanced by their coming visit. Since their last visit here they have been augmented by the addition of the youngest daughter, Miss Elsie Corrick, a gifted young lady with a charming manner and a beautiful lyric soprano voice, She has been trained in Sydney at the Garcia scho.il, under the capable hands of Madame Christian, and one critic has said ' to hear her rendering new and old favoiities gives a feeling ...
RECOMMENDED THEM TO HIS CUSTOMERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
RECOMMENDED THEM TO HIS CUSTOMERS ''For some time I suffered with indigestion caused by disordered liver and stomach," says Mr G M. Harvey, Gypsum-itreet, Railway Town, Broken Hill, N.S.W. "The only thing that gave me relief wasChamber Iain's Tablets and I consider them unequal for disorders of the liver and stomach. I stock them in my shop and recommend | them to all my customers ; in fact 1 canuo* speak too highly of Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
GORMANDALE The following is the rainfall a' Gormandale for tbe month of March as registered by Mr J. Gilaenan: 2nd 14th 20th 21st 23rd 26th 27 th 28 th 31st 10 1 10 17 2 25 90 2 Total 1.60 821pts fell aiooe let January. For the preeeeding 3 months the | record was lGlpts.
THE RAINFALL. ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
THE RAINFALL. ROSEDALE The following ia the rainfall for March as registered by Mr G. P. Hurron : 13th 9 21st 22od 23rd 25th 26th 27th 28th 31st Total 2.88 The rainfall at Rosedale for tha first 3 months of the last seven years is as follows: 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1.99 3.28 4.06 3.25 14.23 2.12 6 73 3.9G
BOUGHT A BOTTLE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
SOUGHT A BOTTLE "I had pains in my legs which the doctor said was rheumatism." writes Mr Robt. Cochrane, builder, VVaimiha, N.2. "His lotion did mc no good and 1 suffered misery. I saw a friend ujing some liniment which he told me was Chamberlain's Pain Balm and offered me his bottle to try it. It did mc so much good that I bought a bottle myself and was soon free of all pains." Sold by J, Williams, Rosedale
THE FAMOUS CORRICKS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
FAMOUS CORRICKS The above name is by no means a mis* nomer, "and the reappearance of the Corricks and supporting artists to-morrow (Friday) 13 easily awaited. The Corricks are no straugers to these parts, but their visit? are few and far between. Rarely is so much talent possessed by one family, but the Corricks are one and all musical, whilst the assisting artists are also at the head of their profession,and one feels when their per* formances finish that they would like more. The singing of Miss Elsie Gorrick who uow heads the company, is reported to be an artistic triumph, aa well as a musical treat, whilst her sisters, Miss Ruby on the oornet and mellaphonr, Miss Amy flute and piccolo, MissCorrick pianist and accompanists, all equally in the applause bestowed nightly upon their efforts. The baritone of the com. bination, Mr James Caldwell, and the co median, Mr Jack Bonny, have already won highest favor in all parts visited. Reserved seats may be obtained at Mr J. Williams witho...
SUGAR FROM SORGHUM (To the Editor of the Age) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
SUGAR FROM SORGHUM ! 1 (To the Editor of the Age) Sir,-Now that ihe making of sugar from sugar beet has proved a failure, why not utilise the plant to make sugar from sorghum ? There are several varieties of sorghum from which sugar can be made -Early Amber sugar cane, Undendibule and Sorghum Saccharatum, Sorghum can be grown almost any where in Gippsland; indeed, almost anywhere in Australia without irri gation. It does not take up the ground for so long a period as sugar beet; can even be grown as a catch crop in the summer, and requires no no attention after sowing. As it will pay farmers to grow sorghum for feed purposes alone, how much better should it pay them for producing sugar ? The seed of the sorghum p'ant is a valuable feed grain. The juice of the stalks can be made into sugar. The scum and sediments from the juice make a valuable manure little inferior to guano. The begasse, if not used for manure, will make a good quality of paper. The molasses would produce per gallon...
STRATFORD & NUNTIN RACES ENTRIES FOR EASTER MONDAY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
STRATFORD & HUNT1N RACES ENTRIES FOR EASTER MONDAY MEETING HANDICAP HURDLE-Galtee More, Lax, Sure Step, Seventeen, Bushv, Good win Sand, Canvasser. TRIAL STAKES-Minnawarra, Lady Nimpali, Loosegate, Sash, Footchase, Slogan, Gilead, Sedericli, Setam, Digness, Magpie Ford, Debut, Farther, Corilee, Sheroud, Kevword. Jack Ueine, Mernewin. STRATFORD AND NUNTIN HANDI CAP-AliBter, Ooramina, Benita, Pella, L.K.G., Glynne, Bid. PONY, 13.1 a.u.-Attain, The Barb, Satara, Miss M, Matilda, Tibby, Kid, Dais}", Cooinda, The Squire, Hippona, Agent, Lady FisK, Toddy Bear, Model. Stella, Devon. PUBLICANS' PURSE-Civilian, Bid, Ooramina, Seventeen, Slogan, Goldvale, L.K.G., Silver Gauntlet, Ali3ter, Black Gem. PONY, 14 am.-Longford Lad. Jack Tar, Ernie, Fairy, Tease, Sosso, Detonator, Quilp, Strathaird, Lady Enid, Conneraara, Bkiddoo. Devon, Nellie, Manners. WELTER-Galtee More, Alister, Sash, Lax. Sure Step, Ooramina, Benita, Sederick1 Goldvale, Gladiature, Debut, Farther.
SWEARS BY IT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
SWEARS BY IT "My little grandchild O'.ive was attacked with bronchits and nothing I tried aid her j any good," says Mrs E. Headifen, 196 Tasman-street, Newtown, N.Z. "'Having seen Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy adver tised as being most effective in the treatment | of bronchitis I thought I would try it. I did so and it gave her immediate relief from the first dose. Now I swear by Chamberlain's j Cough remedy." Sold by J. Williams, I Roiedtle I
IT HAS NO EQUAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
IT HAS NO EQUAL >([ had cramping'pains in tho stomach and nothing gave me case," says Mrs A.Jones, Main Road., Mt. Clair, Vic. "As a number of my customers swear by Chamberlain's Coltc and Diarrhoea Remedy I thought I would give it a trial and I got relief after the first dose I think there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy for pains in the stomach." Sold by John Williams, Rosedale.
NAMBROK. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 April 1914
NAMBROK. From Our Own Correspondent. After a long dry spell very heavy rain fell here on Friday night and Sat urday morning. About 150 points were iegis:ered ; but it is probable lhat more fell, as it came down so quickly that the gauges overflowed. Plough ing is general, and this fall will put the land in splendid order for turning over. In going over Ihe district one sees various methods of power used in hauling the ploughs. On one farm Messrs M 'Donald Bros.'-an oil tractor may be seen drawing a ten-disc cultivator and a six furrow disc plough and doing splendid work. On other farms teams of fiom eight horses down ward are being used ; and yet again on another the meek and humble bu>lock is the power that turns the "moist furrow." Quite as large an area as usual will be sown, although the past season's crop did not come up to early expectations.