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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. RoBodfue 11. (Jowwarr 11. Monday, 18th May.- Wilhing : Moss At 0. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Roeedale. 11 and 7. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bosedalo 11 and 7. Nambrok 3, Flynn's Creek 2.30. Flyna 7.30

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

Ill I l| II l| IN MEMORIAM STEWART,-In loving memory of our dear fathor, who passod away ai Holoy Plains, on 11th May, 1913. Tho shock was great, the pain Bovoro Wo little thought his end was noar Only those who have lost aro ablo to toll The pain at heart at not saying farewell Inserted by his loving Wifo, Sons, and Daughters. STEWART. - In sad and loving memory of lay dear father, William Stewart, who passed away at Holey Plains on 11th May, 1918; also my two dear little sisters-Nellie Flora Sophia, died j 19th June, 1888, aged 9 yours and fi days, | and dear little Qeorgina Floronco Nollio, died January 6th, 1890, aged 6 months and 14 days. Time may hen) the broken-hearted I Time may make the wound less sore Time, all time can't stop the longing For our lovod ones from yonder shore Not a sound disturbs your slnmbor Not a care to mark your brow AH your pains and trials aro ovor You aro happy resting now Death often comes to Bhow That wo love more dearly than wo know Rut lovo in de...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
500 LADS FOR THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

500 LADS FOR THE FARM By tho e.s. "Imlrapura" which is expected to reach Melbourne on May 27, another parly of COO luds who will be available for work on farms and stations or in other Euitablo country employment, are coming to Victoria from Great Britain, and farmers desirous of obtaining their services are requested to make early application to the Immigration and Labor Bureau, CO") Flinders-street, Melbourne. Over 400 of these lads arrived during the month of April and their services were quickly availed of by farmers, many of whom have eince communicated with the Immigration Department, . expressing satisfaction with the lads, Extracts fiom about 50 letters from farmers received at the Immigration Bureau in the course of two or three days have been forwarded to this ofiice and they afford very clear indication that on tho whole the lads are proving to be of a very desirable stamp. Their ages run from 1G to 20 years and though mostly without experience in larm work they have come...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

MISS R. DAVIS, Lyons St,, Rosedale, Foe all kinds of Plain Sewing and Millinery Bubies' Bonnets, Ladies' Bl-ack Aprons, Children's Underwear, Etc., 011 stile at lowest rates. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, i/G ! OILSKIN COATS .(Guaranteed) AND lower's Fish Brand Stocked by Green Bros., ROSEDALE Phone 11 Those Suffering from Chronic Colds Pulmonary Complaints Should take Newfoline orChallman's Emulsion ' of Cod Liver Oil with Lime and Soda Childrsn Like It. Is 3d Bottle Cll EMl'ST, THARALGON Temporary Loans TO BANK CLERKS, RAILWAY EMPLOYES, GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, and the PUBLIC Generally. Bills Discounted Daily. FROM SI TO £500. Apply to "SECRECY," GJP.O. Sale Striot Secrecy. A GROCER'S RECOMMENDATION "For the past 20 years,' writes Mr R. Harrison, Grocer, Parramatta*road and Catherine-st,, Leichhardt, N.S.W. 'I have been a sufferer from Diarrhoea, and although I have tried various prescriptions have found nothin g relieve me like Ch;unber!ain's C...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE STATE SCHOOL CONTROVERSY TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

THE -STATE SCHOOL CONTROVERSY TO THE ED1T0H OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-The Committee deserves our best thanks for the energetic way in which it dealt with matters in connec tion with the unhealthy condition of the school at its last meeting. The Chairman, in his letter which appeared in your columns, said I dictated to the Committee. If so, it is very gratifying the dictation was accepted in such good spirits, and that this work-which should have been done years ago-is now insisted on. I would remind Mr Wilson that the dictator's spur, when applied through the medium of the Press, has a wonderfully awakening effect ou lethargic public bodies. To "Not a Committeeman" I should say that buffoonery and pantomimic frivolity are not an assistance to any cause. He would, of a certainty, find suitable and congenial occupation amongst tbe uurecallable denizens of Port Said. -Yours truly, PARENT Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fat's, i/<3

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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TRARALGON'S FIRST HOTEL TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

TRARALGON'S FIRST HOTEL TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER." Sir,- A good deal of old-time gossip ha; appeared in the local Press about the oiigin of the "Traveller's Rest," now the "Traralgon Hoiel." It might he as well to observe that Rosedale had "a linger in the pie" all through, as the timber, of which the late Mr Duncan Campbell built the hotel, was cut by two Rosedale sawyers (Messrs Enoch Porlch and Jock Allen), who had iheir saw pit on the brow of the hill where the Traralgon Shire Hall cow stands, and tho' the former passed away some years ago, Mr Jock Allen can? ill be seen taking his walk in Plir.ce street on a fine morning. Sale, next, had a hand in, as the contractor for treciing the building was Mr Peter Plat', who was a B jro' councillor, and atone time Mayor of Sale. Then the honors come back again, as the new building is to be trected by Mr Frank M'Carihy, the well-known Rosedale contractor. So af er all, the first, now the last "Traralgon Hotel" will be in debted to go...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RABBIT DESTRUCTION APPLES AND STRYCHNINE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

RABBIT DESTRUCTION APPLES AND STRYCHNINE (By Mr Frank Allen) Cut up tbe apples into baits about half an-inch to five-eights square. Dust with one oz. strychnine,powdered, to 10 or 12 lbs of appleB, say, with a large-sized pepper castor. Any sugar in tbe proportion of about 1 lb to 15 or 20 lbs of apples, dusted od tbe bait, has been found a great . additional attraction. This applies when tbe fruit is on tbe sout sidp. If tbe apples are sweet no sugar is necessary. Lay in a furrow from. 6 inches to 3 feet apart, according to the infested state of the place. The advisability of "free feeding" several times beforehand where above poison is to be used, cannot be too strongly recommended, in fact, it is practically essential to success. Tbe baitB in free feeding should be exaotly the same as those which are poisoned, and should be laid in the same way. If tbe baits free from poison are well taken, success is absolutely certain. Tbe rabbit ccmes to tbe farrow eager and unsuspicious, and ...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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MICROBES! TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

MICROBES! TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-The following was found in the writer's boots after a rough and tumble with "Scotty Dewar," "Paddy Mitchell," and, it is presumed, the original also, and handed to us for publication by the "Boots," who thinks it might be of some assistance to you in the "Germ Controversy" : Sing a song of microbes, Dainty little things, Ears and eyes and horns and tails, Claws and fangs and stings. Microbes iD the local school, Microbes in the walls, Microbes on "Committeeman," Microbes in the halls. Microbes on his little dog, "Razors in the Air," Microbes on the slates and books, Microbes everywhere. Microbes in the Chairman's ink, Microbes in his wheeze, Microbes in the drinking cup, Microbes in his sneeze. Microbes on the "Cow Hide" kin, Microbes fat and large, Microbes at their little game, "Bay'nets at the Charge." Microbes in the Water Scheme, Microbes in our drains, Microbes on the Powers that be, Microbes in their brains. Germs in "Parent's" ig...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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.] THE NAMBROK HALLS TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

[Whilst this column is always opon for free discussion on public topics, otc, wo do cot hold onrselvos rosponsiblo for any opinions oxpressod by tho writors of tho letters.] THE NAMBROK HALLS TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-As there appears to exist, and probably will continue, some antagon ism between the supporters of the "Pines" Hall at Nambrok and that denominated the "Public" Hall, and as the general upkeep of two halls is a great charge upon the residents, would it not be possible for some means of amalgamation to be suggested by which the present two small-sized halls might be dismantled, and a large hall erccted out of the material upon a neutral site suitable for all public purposes, and which in time to come might serve for council purposes, church services, and in the future for a local courthouse ? Yours, SENEX.

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT ROYAL COMMISSION OBJECTIONS TO CLAUSE 69 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT . "ROYAL COMMISSION - OBJECTIONS TO CLAUSE 69 (By Our Special Reporter) The Rcyal Commission, appointed by Parliament, to enquire into the workings of the Closer Settlement Board, consisting of Messrs Johnstone, M.L.A. (chairman), Brawn, Clarke, and Rees, M.'sL.C., and Plain, Oman, Chatham, Gordon, and Angus, M.'sL.A., heard evidence from the Heart, Winnindoo, Karadoc, and ICil many settlers on Friday last in the Police Court buildings,.at Sale. The settlers turned up in such enor mous numbers to give evidence, regarding the way they have been treated by the Closer Settlement Board, that it necessitated the Commission sitting until after 10.30 at night. Agcodmanyof the settlers had grievances against the Board for harsh treatment, but in the majority of cases the settlers were well satisfied with the way they had been treated, but very forcibly and strongly objected to Clause 69 of the Closer Settlement Act 1914 being kept a secret, and informed the Commission that...

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A REPLY TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

A REPLY TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-In reference to the query by "Curious" in your last issue, to my knowledge Rosedale was first settled in about 60 yeais ago. The names of Campbell, King, Widdison, Crooke, and Turnbull were prominent amongst the earliest settlers of Rosedale and surrounding district. The majority of the above held cattle runs. Stock used to be shipped from Port Albert to Tasmania from these parts. Cattle were very cheap in those days. A fat beast could be purchased for 30/. The Tasmauian price was about 90/ to loo/, but out of that was a charge of 70/ per head for shippiog. Some of the run owners used to boil down and get the tallow, which was more profitable than shipping. I cannot explain why Rose dale has stood still while other towns have forged ahead. I put it down to the lack of enterprise, as the land about Rosedale is as good as that about Heyfield, Maffra, and other like places. -Yours, MAFFRA.

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ANSWER TO QUERY TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 14 May 1914

ANSWER TO QUERY TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,-In reference to enquiry of "Curious" re if it were a fact tbat Rose dale is one the oldest towns in Qipps latid, I would like to state that Rosedale is recognised as one of the oldest towns in Gippsland and used to be the trading centre between Toon gabbie side and Port Albert. That, however, was before the railway was built to Sale. One of the earliest, if Dot the earliest settler, was a man named Widdison, who used to keep the Bridge Inn Hotel in Lyons-street, on the bite where Mr J. Murren's private residence now stands. This hctel was burnt down some )ears ago. I think that the railway running through to Sale and Baimsdale ac counts for the fact that Rosedale has not advanced, as the traffic was diverted into other channels. I think Mr Jas. BoramorMr John MacMahon know as much about the Rosedale district as anyone in these parts. Hoping the above information will be of some use. -Yours, etc., OLD RESIDENT. [Our correspondent mi...

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WOODSIDE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 May 1914

WOODSIDE From Our Own Correspondent The dance held on Friday last in aid of the Yarram Presbytery was a decided success, about 30 couples tripped the "light fantastic" to excel lent music provided by Misses Boddy, Quian and Carroll. Mr D. D. Curlia acted as Master of Ceremonies. The .upper tables were Dicely arranged, and waited npon by Misses O'Rourke, Egan, Carpenter, Quinn, and Mrs Lancaster. Messrs G. O'Rourke carried out the secretarial duties, A very successful skating carnival was held on the 6;h inst. Miss B O'Neill, as afternoon tea girl, gained first prize for best dressed lady, and Messrs T. Cummings and M. Brand divided honors for test dressed gent. The potato race created much amuse ment, and was won by Mr T. Quinn. A dance was held afterwards. The music was supplied by Misses Boddy, Quinn and Carroll, and Mr H. Findell undertook the duties of M.C. Mes dames Knight, Hurley, and Brown had charge of the refreshments. The Mechanics' Hall has recently been painted and the G...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 May 1914

Baby Boy's Bronchdtis Quickly Cured by DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY. " My little boy Willie had Bronchitis very badly, ever since his birth," writes Mrs. Clara Donohue, 9 Smith St., Surry Hills, N.S.W. " He had a terrible wheezing, and when he coughed his little face would swell up and his eyes would nearly jump out of his head. He would shake all over, his cough was so hard. I was afraid it would settle on his lungs, it had such a hold on him. 1 tried different cough cures but he did not seem to improve in the least. Sometimes the poor little fellow could hardly speak, he was so hoarse. 1 was strongly recommended to try Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery, and as it was my last ray of hope 1 got a bottle, and after taking a few doses he was quite a different child. It fixed him up in no lime, only needing one bottle to completely cure him." Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds is an unequalled preparation for the immediate relief of all diseases of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes an...

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TOONGABBIE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 May 1914

TOONGABBIE (From Our Own Correspondent) PROGRESS ASSOCIATION A meeting of the above waa held at the Toongabbie Mechanics' Ilall on Wednesday, l.'kh inat, when tbero were twelve members present. An effort ia being made to bavo trucking yards provided at the local railway station, ua it is considered by tbo district atock-owners that yards are very necessary. At present tbey »ro put to a good deal of inconvonience and unnecessary expense by having to truck and recoivo their stock at other railway stations. Tbo Association, which haa taken the matter up, proposes to write to Mr Barnes, M.L.A., asking him to support their efforts. Tbo Railway Commiesiouers arc also to be asked to reconsider their intention of removing tbo railway goods shed. Referenco waa made to tho Stringer Memorial Fund, but suoh a poor response has been made to tho appeal to tho public for support, it was de cided that, if no further funds came to hand shortly, tho Association would couaider tho advisability ol drop...

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Rosedale Sensation ATTEMPT TO WRECK THE MELBOURNE PASSENGER TRAIN A DASTARDLY ACT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 May 1914

ISosedale Sensation ATTEMPT TO WRECK THE MELBOURNE PASSENGER TRAIN A DASTARDLY ACT One of the most serious attempts to wreck a train occuricd at the Holey Plain crossing, about zj miles from Rosedate, on Wednesday nigh', 13th inst. The ganger (Mr Douglas) who has charge of this section of the line was making his usual daily inspection of the track early on Thursday morn ing, when he noticed a large piece of broken timber close to the rails near the cm tie pit. A hurried inspection was sufficient to show that a deliberate attempt had been made to throw the train off the rails. Mr Douglas returned to Rose dale and reported the matter to the police. Constable Brown at once pro ceeded to the spot. Traces showed that a large piece of limber, measuring fift 6in long, 5.\in wide and 3m thick, and used as a support to onu of the posts at the cattle pit, had been wrcnchcd off, carricd across the road, and placed on the southern rail at thu opposite cattle pit. (The ugly aspect of the case he...

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ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, MAY 14 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 May 1914

ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, MAY 14 Present:-Crs Power (president), M'Galliard, Barry, Barlow, Christen sen, Nightingale, Bland, Fahey. CORRESPONDENCE From Defence Department, stating that the Minister had approved of one S.B. 6S-pr gun, carriage, and slide be ing presented to she Shire of Alberton I for decorative purposes.-See Motion. From Shire ofNe«ham and Wood end, forwarding copy of following tesolution-"That this council believ ing' that the powers vested in the Country Roads Board are proving detrimental lo the principles and in terests of Local Government, is of opinion that a conference of all muni cipalities should be convened to discuss the matter," and asking if council will appoint delegates.-Received. From Department of Lands and Survey, asking if any definite agree ment was made with MrE. A. M'Ken zie re sale of water reserve in the parish of Carrajung (held over).-Secretary to attend. From Mrs E. A. M'Kenzie, forward ing terms for deviation at Bruthen "HAH, Cati...

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"CATCH-COLD" WEATHER Peps the Real Safeguard Against Coughs, Chills, and Chest Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 May 1914

"CATCH-COLD" WEATHER Peps the Real Safeguard Against Cougbs, Chills, and Obeet Troubles Sudden changes in the temperature soon find out the weak cheated and spell danger for the bronchial sufferer. But there is one effuotivo way of guarding against throat and chest troubles and preventing even a revival of the old cou^'h and bronohitis. Take brnathe-able Peps tablets. As a Pops tablet dissolves on the tongue it gives of! valuable inc licinal fumes and these fumes aro breathed down the windpipe into every nook and corner of the lungs. In this way a re markable strengthening and healing agent is actually passed over the tissues beyond the reach of liquid physic and ordinary lozenges that are merely swal lowed into the stomach. Every part of the breathing system-the parts affected by coiuhs colds and bronchitis, etc.-become strengthened and revita lised when bathed by these wonderful Peps fumes. Borenesa in tha chest and throat aro soothed away, troublesome mucus and phlegm easily come...

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ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, MAY 18 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 May 1914

! ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, MAY iS Present:-Crs Futcher (president), Widdis, Crooke, Morgan, Henderson, Davis, Umphelby, Lang, Kenevan. Before commencing business, the I President welcomed Cr Widdis back at the table, and trusted that he had benefitted by his extended health trip to New Zealand. He had had, the President said, an opportunity of study ing the latest means of defence whilst on his tour, so he supposed, no doubt, that Cr Widdis would attack and ably defend when the "Pines Hall Battle" commenced. (Laughter) Cr Widdis, in responding, asked the councillors not to be too hard qn him. CORRESPONDENCE From the Victorian Railways, stating that stock tracking yards at Kilniany will be erected as soon as practicable. -Received. From Lands and Survey Depart* ment, asking if there were any objec tions to a portion of the morass water reserve at Rosedale being leased or sold.-Council objects. From the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, asking whether council had any obj...

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EMPIRE DAY TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 21 May 1914

EMPIRE DAY TO THE EDITOR OP TIIE "COURIER" Sir,-For years past Mr Du Ve dearly loved lo address the children at the local Stale school on Empire Day, but, unfortunately lor us this year, he < has left the district. Now, Mr Editor, I would very much like to hear of "Parent," "Members of School Com mittee," and "Not a Committeeman" being present Friday nest, if they can possibly spare the time. "Parent" could splendidly "kill two birds with the one stone." With one eye on the children while addressing .them on "King and Country," he could, with the other eye, look for "Microbes on the wall." "Committeeman Number One" lias a startling subject for his ad dress. He could impress on the minds of the chiidren, say, fur example, how terrified his "little dog" becomes when there is thunder about, and then inform them what it would mean to us all if the thunder of bigguns from some foreign nation were heard near our shores. "Committeeman NumberTwo" in a determined way could also wo...

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