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RECOMMENDED THEM TO HIS CUSTOMERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
RECOMMENDED THEM TO HIS CUSTOMERS ''For some time 1 suffered with indigestion caused by disordered liver and stomach/' says Mr G' M. Harvey, Gypsum-itreet, Railway Town, Broken Hill, N.SAV. "The only thing thac 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 cannot speak too highly of Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by J. Williams, Roscdale
OUR UNHEALTHY STATE SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
OUR UNHEALTHY STATE SCHOOL Sir,-In recent issues, your corres pondents have dealt with several affairs of local interest j but to my mind the most important of all-the disgracefully unhealthy condition of the local State school-has been overlooked. Why it has is difficult to understand, as one hears so many complaints about it. The school has for some time been in an unfit state for its purposes. It is grossly unfair that teachers and pupils should have to work under such con ditions. The building would prove an invaluable acquisition to the Pasteur Institute. The walls would make a perfect host for all varieties of deadly human germs and the depart ment should open up negotiations with the above institute for its sale; thus con. verting a source of danger to Rosedale into a vary probable benefit to the human race. As it is understood there was a serious contagious disease in the town last season, I should like to ask if' disinfectants are used in the cleaning of the school, and if ...
EASTER MONDAY SPORTS AND PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
EASTER MONDAY SPORTS AND PICNIC The sports and pionic at Rosedale on Easter Monday Diet with rather unfavorable weather, which somewhat marred the intoroBt usually taken in this gathering. Nevertheless a very fair number of picnickers assembled at the sports ground, and Mr Kltine, the promotor of the outing, with his assistants, provided amusement for old and yonng, and a most enjoyable day was disposed of. This gathering was formerly held on Boxing Day, but owing to the local Athletic Sports Olub wishing to hold their moeting on that day, an exchange of days was agreed to. The results of the various events are as follows : GIRLS Under 10.-D Bateson 1, E Graham 2, 0 Wright 8 Under IS.-V Cairns 1, M Pendle bury 2, M Oolvin 8 No 1.-N Greg 1, W Murren 2, M. Greig 3 No 2.-P Rintoull 1, E Graham 2, M Greig 3 No 3.-E Graham 1, 0 Wright 2, E M'Kay 8 No 4.-M Cairns,1, E M'Kay 2, D Rowley 8 No 5.-T Allen 1, M Golvin 2, I M'Kay 3 No 6.-M Pendlebury 1,1 M'Kay 2, M Greig 8 Potato Race-E Graham ...
PREMIERS' CONFERENCE A GOOD RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
PREMIERS' CONFERENCE GOOD RECORD The Premiers' Conference has done considerably more than was expected ; as much, perhaps, as lay in us power to accomplish. It has approved of a proposal, which, if carried out, will make an end of costly and vexatious competition between banks financed by the taxpayer; it has referred the big question of a uniform nilway gauge to the Inter-Stale Commission, a body better fitted than any other to deal with it * it has advanced the State debts problem a stage. Certain of the mem bers attending the Conference have agreed to a scheme for the utilisation of the Murray waters, and the ending of disputes as to riparian rights. Ienoring all that was done as regards less important matters, this is a fine record and the work done in a tribute to the tact and conciliatory spirit dis played by Federal Ministers. ? As certain prominent members of Victorian's State I.abor Party were rash enough to speak ol the Premiers' Con ference as a fifteenth Australian Parli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
TO WM TO WALK Due to Worm Fever Surprising .Results Obtained from j Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets Children are often Buffering from Worms, and even some have Worm Fever without their parents realising the causa of illness. A notable in . stance is that of Baby Weiss, whose photo is repro duced, in addi tion to the v~si mother's letter Vi i This lady states the child was ri'-.-.'C'TfSv 100 weak to ^ walk, owing to '}" n0 other reason parasities in the system, and the only remedy that exterminated them was Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pel lets. "My little girl now four and a half years of age, was Buffering for ovtr four years," writes Mrs F. Weiss, of 98 Redfern-street, Eedfern, Sydney, N.S.W. "She appeared to have con sumption of the bowels, and I took her to the hofpit9l, where tliey prescribed powders, which I gave her, but did not seem to do any good. I then dis covered she had Worm Fever, and tried various medicines, whioh, al 'hough they mused her to paes some worms, only ...
STRATFORD & NUNTIN RACES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
STRATFORD & PUTIN RACES There was a record attendance at the above races on Easter Monday, notwithstanding tbe rough weather. Following are the results : HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Of '10 sovs. £5 of the amount to go to second horse, Diatanco, about, but not less than, 2 miles. R Gilder's b g Bushy, Gyrs (Mas sie) 0.6 ... ... ... 1 Canvasser (Manco) 9.10, SureBtep (Orerai) 10.0, Galtee More (G. Doyle) 10.7 also ran. Surestep won but the race waB awarded to Bushy on prote3t for run ning inside the post.. Time-5mm. 2seo. HANDICAP TRIAD STAKES Of 15 sovs. £2 of the amount to go to seooud horse. Distanco, about 5 furlongs. J D Campbell's b g Gilead, 4yrs, (Downie) 8.0 ... ... 1 R Cooper's b g Slogan, 6yrs, (Campbell) 8 9 ... .... 2 A M'Gavin's oh f Setam, Oyra, (G Grace) 7.12 ... . ... , 8 Keyword 9.5, Digness 8.11, Minna- . warra 7.7, Debui 8.0, Sheroud 7.7, Sash 7.7 also ran. Time-lmin 4aea. STRATFORD & NUNTIN HANDI CAP Of 50 sovs. £7 of the amount to go to second horse, and...
ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, APRIL 9 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, APRIL 9 - Present: Crs Power (President), Barlow, Barry, Christensen, Fahey, Nightingale, Bland, O'Connor, M'Qilliard. CORRESPONDENCE; From Gippsland Shires and Boroughs .Development Association, notifying an nual meeting on 2pth April, suggesting Appointment of delegates.-See mo tion. From Borough of Sale, rc Orbost railway to the border.-Received.. From Shire of Beechworth, re St. John's Wort weed.-Received. From Rating Reform League: re shires now having the option of levy ing rates on municipal value of land, exempting all improvements.-Re ceived. From "Woodside Progress Associa tion, asking council to approach Coun try Roads Board with a view to having I the Port Albert-Sale road proclaimed a main road.-Keceived. From R. Macreadie, Willung, . re ] deviation. (Held over).-Held over. From E. Cumniing, Glenmaggie, asking that Sence be erected along sur veyed rond through his Ulnckwnrry property.-See motion. From Public Health Department, re quiring...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
Theo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. BOSEDALE, SALE, trakalgon and HEYt'IELD. ana 457 BOUKKE ST., MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, April 24 THEO. b. LITTLE &,co. win hoia their next Sale in Kelly a \aras, on j Bbove date, when tlicy will sell-- ) 350 Head of Mixed Cattle 600 Sheep BIG YARDING "WANTED Further Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COYilUER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may bo made witli THEO ZJ. LITTLE A CO Traralgon male bobocoh VABBS Saturday, April 18 ?*|>HEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at i X the Borough Yards on the above date 5 Springers 10 Fat Cows 50 Mixed Store Cattle Special Cattle - Sale Sale Borough Yards Wednesday, April 22 THEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell as above Entries Invited Sale Horse Sale Friday, May 1 THEO. B. LITTLE and CO in conjunc tion with CAMPBELL and SONS, will hold their next Horse Sale on above date, in Campbell's Yards. Sheep and (Jattle LONGFORD Friday, April 17 THEO. B. LITTLE and CO will hold their...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
SHIRE OF ROSEDALE PRESIDENT-A. G. FUTCHER, J.P. SECRETARY-J AS. STEEL LESTER, J. P. ENGINEER-H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS ROSEDAI.E RIDING-"Hon. E. J. Crookc, M.L.C., A. G. Futcher, J.P., and A T. A. Umphclby DENISON RIDING-*G. M.Davis, .John widdis, I.P., and T. Kcnevnn TOONGAUDIE RIDING-*W. A. Lang, D. Morgan, J P., and W. Henderson, J.P. .Retires August, 1914 MEETINGS FOR 1914 April 20 May 18 June 15 July 21 August 17 September 21 October 10 November 10 December 21 Give "Your Job Printing j to the " COURIER" OFFICE. Satisfaction Guaranteed ! Wholesale Only-I»ETEKSO.\ & CO. IM'Y. LTD., MRMtDL'ItXE Do you Subscribe to the local paper YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT. When your children have croup, do not waste valuable time in experimenting with jj untried remedies, no matter how highly they | may be recommended, but give Chamberlain's 1 Cough Remedy as directed and all symptoms jj of croup will quickly disappear. « * -i ESEar&lt;fl2X^E0Ei er-Oi'^tKIj m'-rs*/TVt w»s;i i...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 16 April 1914
TZECEJ ^O^CTLALC AND OAERAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PDBLISHED EVERY THDESDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APBIL 1G, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr TatterBOD, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, April 24tb, and Ma; 22nd, and may be consulted at tbe Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. Tbe canvass for tbe State Electoral Roll has now been completed. Tbe new Roll contains 1140 names. Tbe total number of names on tbe Roll prior to the canvass was 102G, so that the new Roll will contain an additional 114 names. Tbe work in connection with tbe canvass was carried out by tbe local police and Mr J. Williams, electoral registrar. Tbe newly formed Rosedale Vaude ville Club, whose entertainment on Easter Monday nigbt was so successful, intend to visit Gormandale on Wed nesday, 29th inst. Messrs Layton Bros, have a special notice on our fourth page. Read it ! There are two views to a purchase what it costs you and wbafc it's worth. Cork costs 4d a pound, but if you are drowning half-a-mile from tbe shor...
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914
COMMERCIAL GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS TJIEO. B. LITTLE AND CO. Report Fat Cattle-At Morwell on Tuesday we had a big yarding, all sold very satis factorily. ilore than usual in at Sale, plenty of buyers for good beef. We quote prime cowa ^C/10/ to £815,1, good do. from £5/12/, heifers £6/2/, light do. at £5. Store Cattle-A very heavy yarding at Morwell, all classes eold well, resulting in a splendid sale. We yarded 150 bead at Longford, and sold nearly everything. At Sale all our pens well filled, and though bid dings were not very spirited we sold the majority at good prices. Forward . springers £G to £7/2/, springing heifers £G/5/, pens of backward do. at £4/10/, store cows to £4/4/, 3-year-old bullocks £5/10/, 3-year old do. in forward order ^6/12/, 18-months steers to £8/13/, young heifera £2/18/, yearling Etec-rs and heifers to £2. Sheep-Wo yarded 8000 at our Longford sale, and though only about half-an-inch ftll the wet weather inter fered with the sale, the sheep looking their wo...
FARMERS' CO-OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914
FARMERS' GO-OPERATION The Gipp9land and Northern Co .perativo Selling Co. Ltd. is takiug steps to enlarge ita capital, and extern! the scope of is business, by entering upon fire, live stock and workman's compensation insurance. Owing to the rapid growth o( the grain depart tnent, it bns been found nccesnnry to increase the conipauy's capital, and a meeting of the shareholders is to Le held on Way 1, for the purpo.se of in creasing the nuiliori?ed capital from ^"80,000 to V^riO.LH 0. Nearly the whole of the present authorised num ber of shares have been taken up, and there will be a considerable amonnt to bs distributed in bonuses this year. It is thus nccessary to have additional authorised capital in order to make further issues of shares, and the di rectors have decided to make the increase fairly substantial, as they consider tho extra amount will be re quired within the next few year;. For some considerable time there has been a feeling amongst farmers that they should have a c...
MADAME LENA CONLY ROSEDALE, SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 25 A WONDERFUL COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914
MADAME LENA CONLY j ROSEDALE, SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL 25 A WONDERFUL COMPANY I Next Saturday evening, Madamo Lena 1 Conly, so popular with Roaodalo audi ences will ro-appear at tho local Mechanics' Hall, whon it goes without saying that nil who attend will be raoro than delighted with tho brilliant program that will be submitted. Madamo will render many of tho rich gems that havo won for her such popularity during her recent tour in H.S.W., Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania, the Press and public alike acclaiming tho groat artisto as a soprano second to none, with a truly beautiful organ. Madamo Conly has al ways been assisted by a most powerful company of assisting artists, but none has over approached the irresistablo strength of tho combination associating with hor on this occasion. Tho humorous portion of the [irogrntu is wonderfully entertaining and includes tho woll known Hebrew and damo impersonator and comedian, Mr Syd. Stewart, whoso femalo characters are so funny that h...
RECOMMENDED THEM TO HIS CUSTOMERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914
RECOMMENDED THEM TO HIS CUSTOMERS "For some time 1 suffered with indigestion j caused by disordered liver and stomach," says Mr G M. Harvey, Gypsum-street, Railway Town, Broken Hill, N.S.W. "The only thing that gave me relief wasChamber* , Iain's Tablets and I consider them unequal I for disorders of the liver and stomach. 1 I stock them in my shop and recommend them to all my customers ; in fact I cannot speak too highly of Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by J, Williams, Rosedale
WOODSIDE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914
WOODSIM (From Our Own Correspondent) The annual meeting of the Wood side football c'ub v.as held at the Com mercial Hoiel on Saturday evening last in the presence of a large number Of supporters. The president, Mr E. V. Carpenter occupied the chair and called upon the secretary Mr G. O'Rourke to read the balance sheet, which showed the receipts ^17 953d and expenditure £20 5s id, leaving a debt of fi 1635c!. This the suppor ter very soon wiped out and pat the club on a sound fooiing again. The president congratulated the secretary for the way he had worked for club, as a deal of money had been col lected in paying expenses, that did not show on the balance sheet. Mr C. Avery moved, and Mr \V. Glenn seconded. that Mr G. O'Rourke's services as secretary be recorded. It was very much regrered that the club could not reform, owing to the in sufficient number of playing members.
SWEARS BY IT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914
SWEARS BY IT "My little grandchild 0»ive was attacked with bronchits and nothing I tried did her any good," says Mrs E. Headifen, 196 Tasman-strect, 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 dote. Now I swear by Chamberlain's Cough remedy." Sold by J. Williams, 1 Roscdale
COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914
COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT Is n powerful penetrating preparation, which acts through the pores ot tho skin on the nerve?, bone, and muscles. It possesses thj lmirvollous properties of a prompt paiu-killer, and is unsur passed as a remedy for tho pains and aches to which human beings ure subject, and which only an external remedy can relieve. It overcomes pain und aches by relieving the cllVct on the delicato norvep, causing the circulation of tho blood to be fully maintained through the injured part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and for reduoing swellings, which, under its influence, becomes softened and disappear. Rheumatism, Sciatica, and Lumbago all yield to tho powerful, penetrating and conquering properities of this Lini ment if used in connection with Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills according to directions. For Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Scalds, It urns, Contracted Mus cle?, and rainful Swellings it will be found that Comstock's Xerve and Bono Liniment ...