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ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, APRIL 20 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, APRIL Present: Crs Futcher (president), Henderson, Lang, Umphelby, Davis, Crooke, Kenevan. CORRESPONDENCE From secretary of Hope of Glcn^ garry Tent of Independent Order of Rechabites, stating that a meeting on the svh inst., a resolution was passed protesting against the habit of the rate collector of the Shire attending at the hotel in Glengarry for the purpose of collecting rates, as it was the means of taking many to the hotel who would otherwise not go there.-The letter was marked "received" by the council. tut the secretary said he would in future attend at the Mechanics' Hall. From Closer Settlement Board, ask ing for the estimate of the cost of the roads previously asked for.-Engiueer to attend. . ,, , I From Shire of Warragul, stating that the annual meeting of the Gippsland I Shires would be held on the 29th day \ of Aptil Traralgon, and asking that delegates be appointed.-The Presi dent was appointed. From Borough of Sale, asking that delega...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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NAMBROK. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

NAMBROK. From Out Own Correspondent. Although we have bad our ahare of rain lately it has not been sufficent to do much good beyond starting the grass to grow and replenish the house hold supply of water. The ground is still vory dry and requires a couple of inches of rain to do much good. Ploughing is general. The dry weather does not interfere with the ploughing very much as the ground seldom sets down hard, except after a very wet winter and then only in patcbcs. There is not likely to be as much under cultivation 1I113 year ns the last, owing chic-fly to the low prices ruling for oats, barley and bay, and the brighter prospects ahead for sheep raising. On Wednesday night, tho 15th inst., ? a smoke ni«ht wbs tendered to Mr \V. Murray, who is leaving the district to icsids in the S;ile district, and to Mr W. Birmingham, who is leaving for Gle'ngerry. Both young men were tae recipients of many good wishes from the residents and were highly spoken of for their services on behalf of ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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IT WAS DISGUISED ALL RIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

IT WAS DISGUISED ALL RIGHT A young lady came into a drug store end asked tbe clerk if it was possible to disguise casior oil. ' ''It's horrid Bluff to take, you know, Ugh !" said tbe Udy with a shudder. .'Why, certainly," Eaid tbe clerk, and just then, as another young lady was taking some soda water, be asked her if she would bave some too. After drinkiDg it the yooDg lady lingered a moment, and finally observ ed: "Now, tell me, sir, bow you would disguise castor oil" .'Why, Madam, I just gave you 6ome --" "My gracious me 1" txclaimed the young lady. "Why, I wanted it for my sister!"

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CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always open for free discussion on public topics, etc, we do not bold ourselves responsible for any opinions expressed by the writers of the letters.] A REJOINER TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE [Whilst this column is always open for froo discussion on public topics, otc, wo do not bold ourselves responsible for any opinions oxprossed by tho writers of the lottors.] A REJOINER TO THE KDITOIS OF TtlE "oOUBIKR" Sir,-I seo by the last issue of your paper that Parent has a good deal to say about the local school committee, etc. I would like to know if Parent is aware that a meet ing was called to elect same and that only half a dozen had enough courago to turn up and be elected, only to bo abused by such as Parent. However, if Parent would like any information as to what the school committeo has done we will be very pleased to have him attend at a meeting on Monday, 4th May. Or failing that, let him put bis name to any more he may have to say on the mitter, and not bo like a little dog that . I know of that runs away and sticks his head unjor cover whon thoro is any thunder about.' -Yours, etc., COMMITTEEMAN

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CARRAJUNG [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

CARRAJUNG . (From Our Own Correspondent) The Easter holidays have once again been marred by boisterous and rainy weather, which no doubt, had a de pressing effect on the takings at the concert and ball on Easter Monday night, nevertheless a good number defied the elements and enjoyed the entertainment placed belore th'em by the hall committee. The thanks ol that body are due to those performers who so kindly came very long distances and bad roads under very adverse weathers conditions to fulfil their engagements. Williams' circus (en route to Yar ram from Rosedale) showed here on Wednesday night to a small house. The notice was too shoi t for a scattered community to get word, therefore a great many did not hear of it till after the date of showing. The annual ball given by the ladies of Carrajung look place here on Friday night (again under adverse weather conditions) and was carried to a very successful termination. Miss Maggie O'Connor and Miss Maud Milne (the joint hon. sees.) w...

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UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES Mother's Gratitude to Zam Buk for Child's Cure [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES Mother's Gratitude to Zam Buk for Child's Cure I "Wlien two years ago my son Krunk bad an outbreak of disease on liis head," says Aire M. Hayes, of 3 Clancy Street, Boulder, W.A., ''the disease spread over bis head in the form of large mattery sores, then de» elope i into thick crusts, which emitted a very unpleasant smell. His bead was a solid unsightly mass of disease, and his condition grew worse and worse, and finally became very serious. ' Knowing what a splendid thing Zam But was for sores and injuries, we decided to try this balm and Zam Buk Soap His bead was bathed with hot water and Zam Buk Soap, and then regularly and carefully dressed with Zam Buk Balm. After a few days the discharge was ended, and all crust came away, leaving the skin beneath nice and clean. As we persisted dress ing bis head with Zi.ni Buk, the sores and and tender places healed up, and new hair grew in place of that destroyed by the disease by Zam Buk, and he has not been troubled...

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CRITICISM TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

CRITICISM TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER11 Sir,-A few week ago, a corres pondent in the "Courier" criticised the action of the Shire Council in erecting a new hall while a short section of road was allegedly in bad repair. The old hall was damp and generally in a Btate .lomcwhab approaching the State-school, and was by no means a desirable place for either ratepayers, councillors, or officers to occupy ; more particular ly the latter. The councillors in rectifying this only did what sensible and good managers possess ing proper feelings should do in the interests of the people. Had they not done so they would have been guilty of something »kin to criminal negligence in regard to the health of officers and all others who had to do business in the old building. In this respect it is a pity the Education Department does not see fit to follow the lead set by the council and erect' a new school. The existing one should be gelignited out of existence. It wonld be a happy thing if the in di...

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COWWARR [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

COWWARR {from our own Correspondent). A largely attended meeting of the I Toongabbie North Rabbit Destruction League was held in the Mechanics' Institute, Cowwarr, ort Friday, '7'h April. The district inspector, Mr E. O'Connell, was present. This was the most enthusiastic meet ing held in connection with rabbit matters, and future good work seems assured. On the minutes of the previous meeting being confirmed on the motion of Messrs Sunderman and W. O'Brien, the chairman (Mr W. Fogarty) im pressed on members how necessary it was to take immediate steps to cope with the rabbits. There was no deny ing the fact that rabbits had been seen on both sides of the Thompson from the SwiDg Bridge to Heyneld Bridge. He said that only a few years ago landholders ridiculed thejdea that rabbits would ever invade this pirt of Gippsland. Now they had them and farmers in other parts of Gippsland knew from a bitter experience that rabbits did not remain stationary in numbers; neither would they here. ...

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IMMIGRANTS' CHOP [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

IMMIGRANTS' At the Womcrnli sports meeting last week, says the "Standard," for fun tho immigrant'.-- chop was the "star" event on the programme. The very "eut" of thtrn was conviucing proof that they were not Australians. There was something "cockney" about the swing of the axes. At the word "go" tbo five of tliciu set to work in deadly earnest, to nil accompaniment of vociferation from the crowd. A short, brawny armed lad namc:l II. Box severed his 12in. "job" in lmin. I"i3ecs., narrowly defeating Tommy 1'iittersou, tlie Devon celebrity, who had a hest of backers. "You marly won," were the com forting words dropped to one of the un successful axemen, "01i,")ie replied, "I would have won, only it didn't go through straight." The cuts didn't meet by about six inches ! Then came a rumor of protest against (he winner Box, on the grounda that " 'e dunno the boat 'e enme out in, or the country 'e came from." The protest ended in smoke, and Box was awarded the trophy.

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DWELLING BURNT AT ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

DWELLING BURNT AT ROSE DALE On Thursday night last, the dwelling house in Lyons street tXieosion (known as Dick Williams'), owned by Mr J. R. Williams and occupied by Sir F. Caddaye, together with its contents, was totally destroyed by fire. The outbreak w.is first noticed by Mr H. M'Carthy who lives almost opposite, but the flames had obtained too strong a hold to enable him to save anything. Mr Caddaye is at a lo;s as to the cause of the outbreak. He left the house, seemingly safe, to purchase some goods and had only been absent a short time when the fire broke out. The conclusion he arrived at was that sparks got between the wall lining and some boards nailed over the kitchen fireplace whilst preparing his evening meal aDd, smouldering for a time unoticed, burst in flames. The house being an old one was quickly consumed. Mr Caddaye was alone for a couple of weeks prior to the fire, his wife, who is in Melbourne, having only on Easter Saturday been presented with a bonny baby boy....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

MISS R. DAVIS, Lyons St,, Rosedale, For all kinds of Plain Sewing- and MiiUuery IJnbieV Itoimcts, Ladies' lUnek Aprons, Children's Underwear, Etc., on yule at lowest rates. Guardian Assurance Co. FIRE ACCIDENT Workers' Compensation ESTABLISHED NINETY YEARS Assets .r.OOO.OOO Local Agent-l>aviii fi. O'Douiiell, Hfj-lieltl - Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS, cl 256 O^u^er Street, Adelaide, S.A., writ* the story of her terrible suffer inp . Eight years she was a martyr to the agony of Fczcma. until she rcce;vcd relic* from the almost ceaseless pain cf this awful affliction through the use of ptv* n a HbMgsasJ The voluntary offering of this reinat k able letter by Uobin* i» evidence itself of her gratitude. a:id it is »I*o proof that in ca.-e.* where the blood is impure ami s' in disease is in tensify d by this condition, the blood purifying power* of Clements Tonic arc rapidly assorted. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Your medicine has been a sreat blessing to me. I suffered with Eczema for eight years ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

WANTED KNOWN.- Job Printing executed on shortest notice, at moderate rates, "Courier" Office. Cliallman's Specials - - Cut THIS OUT. You will find it USEFUL, or better still, have on hand : Colbeok's Cnratiye Syrup A never failing remedv for STOMACH DISORDEBS, "ACID ITY, CONSTIPATION. 2/ per bottle, posted 2/G For KIDNEY TROUBLE, BACK ACHE, Etc , use MEAD'S HEEBS A well-known resident ofFlynn writes to say that he found "Mead's Herbs Excellent. Sixpence per packet. Forwarded to Bny address on receipt of 7d in stamps. NOTE ADDRESS Chemist Traralgon Telephone 3 | £1000 PRIZES £]000 Melbourne Eight Hours Art Uiirou ACKNOWLEDGFD to be one of the genuine of all the Ait Unions ever 5Sth Ykar held. 58th YEAR AS POPULAR AS EVER The Great Event of the Year 5Sth Anniversary Eight Hour Day GRAND FETE, BAZAAR, and ART UNION In aid of the Charities (Town and Country) EXHIBITION BUILDINGS, MELB., MOmiY, 27th A NHL (Eight Hours Day) Public and Bank Holiday Eight Hours Art Union lot) Prizes, Valued...

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HACKING COUGH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

HACKING COUGH "For about two years my son Eric had a nasty hacking cou^h, says Mrs Albert \V. Coleman, "Caramba," Moncurstreet, Dul* wich Hill, N.SAV. "Then I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and after a few doses noticed he had greatly improved. Before we had given him the whole bottle his cough had completely disappeared. He is now strong and well and gaining weight daily." Sold by j. Williams, Rosedale The constant drip oi water Wears away the hardest stone; The constant gnaw of Towser Masticated the toughest bote: The constant cooing lover Carries oil the blushing maid; Aud the constant advertiser Is the man who gets the trade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

Theo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. ROSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYtflELD. and 457 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE Rosedale Sale Friday, April 24 THEO. B. LITTLE A-_CO. win hoia their next Sale in Kelly's Yards, on above date, when they will sell 350 Head of Mixod Cattle 600 Sheep Acct Mrs Clulow i Acre Block in Kosedale BIG YARDING WANTED Further Early Entries Invited ENTRIES I/EFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE nill be duly advertised, or may bo made with THEO B. LITTLE A CO Traralgon Stratford Sale Monday, April 27 THEO B. LITTLE & CO MALE BOllOUOn YA11D8 Saturday,- April 25 /I1HEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at X the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head of Mixed Cattle, including fata 7 Forward Springing Heifers 200 Fat and Store Ewes and Lambs Account M'Naughton Bros., Dutson 500 Splendid 4 and U-tooth Crossbred and Comeback "Wethers, own breeding Account Exors. Fosterton Estate 60 2jjyr-old Speyed Heifers 40 Store Cows 25 Steer3 Acct Mr J. O'Shea, at 12 o'clock i A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

SHIRE OF ROSEDALE PRESIDENT-A. G. FirrCHER, J.P. SECRETARY-JAS. STEEL LESTER, J.P. ENGINEER-H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS- ' ROSEDALE RIDING-*Hon, E. J/Crookc, M.L.C., A. G. Futcher, J.P., and T. A, Umphclby DEHISOM RIDING-4G. M.Davis, John Widdis, J.P., and T. Kenevan TOONOABDIE RIDING-*W. A. Lang, D. Morgan, J P., and W. Henderson, J.P. ' - 'Retires August, 19:4 ' NEW SHIRK nAU """'Officially Opened on Monday, June 16, 1913, by Mrs J. Widdis Wm. Allen, builder J, H. Lester, photo. MEETINGS FOR 191-1 May 18 July 21 September 21 November 1G 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'ETEKSOX & CO. IM'Y. LTU., H1XHIHIUXE When your children have croup, do not | waste valuable time-in experimenting with | a untried 'remedies, no: matter, how highly they ' * may be recommended,' but give^Chamberlain's I Cough Remedy as dire...

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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

TZHI-E J^osctlale jfyonritq. AND CABRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EYKKY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, APEIL 23, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tattereon, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, April 2ith, and May 22nd, and may be consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. The annual "rally" services will be held at the local Presbyterian Church next Sunday. Members note I Mr Farrin Webb of Traralgon has £145,000 to lend at 5 per cent in large or small amounts. Early application is necessary. Secure a loan ! Our local schoolmaster, Mr E. Cox, received word of the death of his father last Tuesday. We deeply sympathise with Mr Cox in his sad bereavement. Our readers will be pleased to learn that Mrs M. MurreD, who has been in the Sale hospital since Easter Monday, is doing splendidly, and expects to be out in a few days' time. Mr J. Widdis gave 32J guineas for a brown colt (Ballantine, (imp.)-Dis dain) at the Sydney sales. Mr P. T. Heywood gave 625 guineas for a chestnut...

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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 23 April 1914

Church Services CATHOLIC CHBRCH. Eosedale 11. Cowwarr 111 Toongabbie. 9 CHUBCB OF ENGLAND* Eosedale. 11 and 7. Nambrok 8, Flynn's Creek 2.30. PRESBYTERIAN CHDRCB Eosedale 11 and 7. Denison 3, Kilmany 2.80 Flynn 7.30

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 April 1914

Temporary Loans TO BANK CLERKS, RAILWAY EMPLOYES, GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, and the PUBLIC Generally. Bills Discounted Daily. FROM £1 TO £500. Apply to "SECRECY," G.P.O. Sale. Strict Secrecy. COLLiraOD NURSE Always Recommends Dr Morsa'a IadiaD Root 1'illg to Her Patiouts Nurso Mary A. Sellers, of 171 Eaay Btreet, Ccllingwood, writes :-"As o nurse of nino yenra* standing at Col. .'iugwood, I liavo found it neces sary in many accouch e til e n t casus to rooota mend Dr Morse's Iudian Root Pills They nre almost universally used. In fact, many of , " my patients I \/f ^ found using your medicinealready. Personally, I can say they arc an ex cellent remedy for Constipation. They act in a soothing manner, und I would not be without them, because they defy the symptoms of Constipation continu ing, and invariably restore health in a very little time. You have my consent I to use this testimomy for publication, I I having personally derived great bene fit from its use." The constant drip oI water...

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FEDERAL ISSUES SENATE CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 April 1914

FEDERAL ISSUES SENATE CANDIDATES The ballot for tbe six candidates who are to carry the Liberal flag at tbe forth-coining election is drawing to. wards . close. All voting papers have to be return id before tbe end of tho week Members of Liberal leagues =boul'd bear ttiis in mind ; those who have already voted should rouse those »o absorbed in business or domestic affairs as to be forgetful of political happenings. And, be it borne in mina, svhen a pre-election drags on.for afoct night there is a tendency on the part 3f Hjauy to leave the fillltig in of the ballot paper to that to-morrow when bey may have fuller information. 0! bose who delay some are sure to delay ust a (lay too long, unless reminded jy keener politicians. As a big vot<\ ( i vote thoroughly repiesentative of all , -rhades of Liberal opinion, is wanted, whole-hearted Liberals have ft fine j field for the display of energy. It has bren pointed out that as mat- \ tera sUnd everything makes for the I selecti...

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TRARALGON HOTEL AN OLD LAND MARK (Specially Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 30 April 1914

TRARALGON HOTEL AN OLD LAND MARK (Specially Contributed) Old Gippslaod residents, who pene trated Gippsland in the fifties, will be interested to know that the only house in Traralgon in those days is now about to be pulled down and replaced by a new and up-to-date structure. The old house was built by the late Mr Duncan Campbell, of Traralgon, and opened in 1S5S. It was the changing place for the well known Cobb and Co.'s. coaches, and the Walhalla Escort made it then a place of rest for many years. Many of the old people of Rosedale will remember this of the few places on that long and tiresome journey to Melbourne. The contract was let yesterday to the well-known Rosedale contractor, Mr F. J. M'Carthy, competition being keen, there being no less than twelve tendtrs for the work, ten of which were from Melbourne. The.architect is Mr W. C. Dalton, of Collins-street, Mel bourne. The new building will be up-to-date in every way, beiDg of brick, and in accordance with the Licencing Ac...

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