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SKIN RAW WITH ECZEMA Zam Buk Again Triumphs [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

SKIN' RAW WITH ECZEMA Zam Bilk Again Triumphs Zam Buk emerged triumph intly from one of llie most severe tests, ime. finable when it cure! little Kathleen Russell's torturing eczema. Read the mother's story to realize what a won derful transformation Zam Buk work ed. At Clauwilliam St., Willoughby, North Sydney, Mrs Russell, said: "When my little girl, Kathleen, was but three weeks old, her head, faoe, and ohest were affected by a disfiguring attack of dry, itching cczema. The child's skin was tearfully inflammed and irritated, and looked juat lik* raw meat. "Kathleen needed euoh constant at tention that we were unable to get proper rest and Bleep for weeks and weeks. "Chemists' ointments and all kinds of ordinary remedies failed to oheok tho disease. Then we had Kathleen at the Hospital, but their treatment seemed to cause the eczema to spread worse than ever. The child became tho talk of the neighbourhood. "When we almo3t despaiied we heard of Zam Buk's wonderful skin ouring power...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE PORT ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

THE PORT ROAD "Sand Hill," writing to the Yarram "Standard" says:-"I saw in (he "Standard" that two councillors from the Scuth went to Traralgon as dele gates to the Gippsland Shires Associa tion, and one in particular moved "that the Country Roads Board, in proclaiming main roads, give prefer ence lo those roads which will act as feeders to railway stations, before through roads in distant centres of population were constructed.'' Now, 3 will ask any sane man what is a feeder to a station but a through road. Everyone has to get out on 10 the through road to get to the station. If the through road were properly' made we all could struggle out to it, knowirg that when we got there our trouble was over. I suppose to Carrajung would be called a feeder, also North Devon. I would suggest a io-ft brick wall, say about 10 miles around Yarram, with iron gates, and a sentry at each gate, to let through the select ooes, and keep those further back out of Yarram. Put if they look back 25 years...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

THE RIFLE A trophy mntoli for a ?alual>lo gold modal, donalod by Mr Wm. King of Flynn, took place at tlio local range on Wednesday and Saturday of last week. Tbo conditions were : -10 shots at 300yds find 100yds ranges. Tlio medal was won by Mr L. J. Ridgway, who put up the possible at at 100yds., being tho first to secure tills honor on tbo local range. The following are the scores : Hep. 300y -100y T't'l L. .1 .R:dgway 8 4G 50 9G P. Mooney 11 30 15 95 E. Wileon 12 38 '13 03 W. King 12 37 -10 89 M. Pendlebury (i 89 48 88 A. Kenyon G 3G 45 87 E. Watts 16 SO 40 86 I. Pendlebury 12 29 48 81 J. Fisher 12 3G 35 83 H. Brown . 14 8G 85 83 Percy Pendlebury 25 26 80 81 J. Kerr 14 21 43 78 \V. Miller 17 2G 35 78 R. Barker 14 33 80 77 H. Rio« 18 20 86 75 Yeru Wtiglu 17 20 80 72 J S. Lester 20 24 28 72 R. Rice 13 24 84 71

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MOST ENTHUSIASTIC [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

MOST ENTHUSIASTIC "I have tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm and found it invaluable for sciatica,' says Mrs E. Burnett, 67 Wicksteed-strcet, Wan ganui, N.Z. *1 have also found it a wonder ful healer for cuts. 1 don't think you will find anyone more enthusiastic over Chamber lain's Pain Balm than I am." Sold by j. Williams, Rosedalr

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A YMNAEELS PLESS NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

A YMNAEELS PLESS NIGHT "Nothing gave me more pleasure than to recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to all my customers,' says Mrs A. Morrison, Cr. of Carr and Fitzgerald-streets, Perth, W.A. 'My children were subject to bad colds with difficult breathing and 1 had many a sleepless night with them till I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Now I would not be without a bottle for any money If my children get a slight cold I give them a dose and no more." Sold by J. Williams Roscdale

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THOROUGHLY ERADICATED THREAD WORMS IN A CHILD AND ALSO IN ADULT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

THOROUGHLY ERADICATED i THREAD WOTtMS IN A CHILD AND ALSO IN ADULT The complete manner in which Comstock'a "Dnul Shot" Worm Pel lets eradicato Worms ia strikinprly il lustrated in the statement published below. The stai.-iin'iit is 0110 freely given by Mrs A. Dristow, S7 Bogent streer, Sydney, X.S.W., whose little girl of seven had been troubled in alike manner for 20 years. Mrs Bristow's statement, is ns follows :-".My little girl aged 7 year?, was subject to Thread Worms, which caused her to be peevish, irritable, and restless at night, wisli a voracious appetite, and I procured all sorts of remedies for her, but without .avail, until I saw Com stock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets advertised, anil my husband told me to buy them. Ididso; and aftershehad taken one box and a part cf the second, all traces were eradicated, baviDg pas sed great numbers of them. Since then a friend of mine who had suffered also from Thread Worms for 20 years, enduring much discomfort, rendering ber pale, sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

GO TO H.Davis LYONS STREET, ROSEDALE For all kinds of Warm Woollen Goods for Winter Wear LADIES' k CHILDREN'S GOLF COATS, SWEATERS, KNITTED SUITS, BABIES' JACKETS, KNITTED BLOUSES, Etc. Also Dressmaking and Plain Sewing neatly and quickly executed at PRICES TO SUIT ' -ALL Your Patronage Solicited Those Suffering from Chronic Colds Pulmouarj Complaints Should take Newfoline or Challmao's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Lime and Soda Children Like It. Is 6d Bottle CH KM 1ST, TRARALGON Notice WE Bfg to inform the Public of -ROSEDALE and SURROUND ING DISTRICT that We Have OPENED BUSINESS next to tlte I'ost Office Aii, ORDERS I'tomp n.v ATTESDEP TO FIT AND STYLE A SPECIALITY All Garments are Made 011 the Premises j Ml 2 Hobson High-class Tailors PRINOE STREET Rosedalc 0o Simple and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. Simplicity is a great thing In a sewing machine,-especially when you live in the country and have t* fix it yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have (ewer parts than adr other-nothing to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

SHIRE OF ROSEDALE : ; ' ? ' PRESIDENT-A. G. FUTCI1ER. ).P. . SECRETARY-JAS. STEEL LESTER, J.P. E.\GIN'EER-H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS- _ ROSKDALE RIUINC-*Hon. ,E. 1. Croofce, M.L.C., A, G. Futcher, J.P.,' and : T. A. Umphclby DENISOK RIDING-*G. M, Davis, John widdis, |.P . and T, Kenevan TOON'GAUBIK RIDING-*\V, A. Lang, D. Morgan, J P., and W. Henderson, ].P. * Retires August, 1914 XBAV SHlUE^llAU Officially Opened on Monday.-June lO. 191T by Mrs J. Widdis Wm. Allen, builder J. H. Lester,'photo. MEETINGS. FOR 1914 July 21 September 21 November 1G June 15" August 17 October 10 December 21 Give Your J ob Printing to the " COURIER" Satisfaction' Guaranteed ! Jrootoids For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. htful Family Medicine Do you Subscribe to the local paper? YOU Cx\NNOT AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT. Wholesale Only-I'ETEKSOX & CO- l'TY. LTD., HKMittUUVK When your children have croup, do not 1 waste valuable time in experimenting, with I untried ^remedies, ...

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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CABBAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

TBI'S J^OSCILNLC AND CABBAJONG AND DSNXSON ADVOCATK PDDLISHEP EVERY TNUNSPAY MORNING THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1911 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, June 19th, and July 17tb, andmny bo consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 0 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. 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 ! NEVER FELT 3ETTER "I used to go nearly mad with pans in my head,' says Miss R. E. Forster, 55 IfFIa St., South Melbourne, V. 'I tried almost every thing, but the headaches were there just the same. Then I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised in the paper, and thought I would give them a trial. The 6rst few doses made .1 different women of me, for they completely relieved me of headaches." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale Mr R. J. Cherry, saddler of Sale, intimates tbat his phone number is "5 We beg to draw the attention of readers to J. J. Bartlett's announce ment in to-day's issue....

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Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

Church Services CATHOLIC CHURCH. Roaodalo 11. Covrwarr 9. CHURCH OK KNOLAND. Rosodnle. 11 and 7. PRKSBYTKRIAN CTIURCH Koaodnle 11 nnd 7. Nambrok 3, Flynn's Creek 2.80. Flynn 7.80

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

George Smith's Special Seeds GIANT ASTERS, STOCKS, pansiks, AND ALL FLOWER AND SPECIAL SEEDS Flower and Vegetable Seeds MY Hardy Cold Climate FRUIT TREKS, Rose Plants, Shrubs, etc..grow vigorously when transplanted to milder districts SMITH'S SEEDS AND PLANTS are Sold ON HONOR. TRY THEM Cash Orders Delivered FREIGHT PAID to Any Railway Station CATALOGUES Free on Application GKO. SMITH, Siiiil mill IMniH Mercli-lit, IMU.aIMT. K>t. 18(il FOOTBALLS. MATCH II. M.S,D. Special Sherrin's Gilbert's Besr The " Atlas " The " Meteor " The .. Welted » The " Strate " The '. Oral" Hind Sewn Cowhide ... 14/ '5/S IS/6 12/0 10/6 10,'6 8/6 716 6,6 Of Association (round shape) 10/G. 14/6, 16/6 MATCH III. The " Atlas" Special... 10/ The " Atlai" ... 8/6 Hand Sewn... ... e/6 Solid Hide ... _ 5/. No. 3 No. 2 No. I BOYS'. ... ' 3/-. 4/6. 6/6 2/6, 3/9, 5/. 2/-. 3.'-. 4/ Postage gd. extra. WOOL 1ERSEYS, Plain and Circular Stripes. Men's, 4/-; Slender, 3/6 Youths', 3/-; Boys', 2/9 Small, 2/6. With Sash. M...

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A NEW ROLLER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

NEW ROLLER On - the recommendation of the Country Roads Board, the council has decided to purchase a "Champion" steel roller, at a cost of ^137. Speaking in regard to the new roller Cr Morgan said he was not in favor of Toongabbie Riding contributing to wards the cost of same, as theie were no roads taken over in that territory by the Board, and probably the Toon gabbie Riding would never see the new roller. As a matter ol fact, they saw very little ol the present roller, and often as not their roads were rolled with aD ordinary farm roller. The Toongabbie Riding councillors voied against the purchase of the roller, but as the wherewithal is to come out of the general fund, Toongabbie Riding will have the .same privileges as the other ridings when the Board's work is completed. The Country Roads Board wi:l" pay half the cost of the roller. It is the intention of the council to charge contractors 8/ per day for the use of same. The roller, therefore, will pay for itself in a very sho...

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THE SEASON OF COLDS Pep[?] Banish the Health Dangers of Damp Days and Chilly Nights [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

THE SEASON OF COLDS Pepa Banish the Health Dangers of Damp Days and Chilly Ni.bte This is the season of coughs, colds and cliillf, and the chemists report a big demand for Peps, the novel breathe able tablets for the.throat and cheat. Colds are caused by invisible germs which enter the throat and lungs through the no3e and mouth. You cannot keep these germs out altogether but with the ai I of Peps you can pre vent them living aad doing mischief after they have entered. By letting one or two Peps tablets dissolve in the mouth, you bathe every remote corner of the nostrils, throat and lungs, with en antiseptic and germ destroying vapour, that acts as a powerful disinfectant, and provides the soundest defence against the germs of ohill3 and cold*, Bain.; in the form of air, the Pep3 medicine conies into direct contract with all the delicate breathing tubes wherein the "cold germ" lurks, and HIbo penetrates deep down iuto the lungs. It is impossible for ordinary lozenges, cough mixtures...

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ANCIENT ROSEDALE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

ANCIENT ROSEDALE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" Sir,?-With your permission! X beg to on lighten MOM Roaidunt," "Muffra" and "Titus Oitea" in the early liiatory if Rose dale, a subject they app?ar to know very little about, although they do study ' natural or unnatural history." About the year 190 B.C., Hannibal, Hfter his defeat by the Roman army, took refuge at the Court of Prusaiu's King of Rotedale. To please the Romans he was put to doath by beiug thrown headlong from the Tannery Hill-a favorite method in those daja of getting lid of not'Wanted meratora cf society, and was continund for Beveral centuries, when one" Cicero Turtlo, Was ordered to be put to death, but turning a complete some sault land'd on hiB feet, and so (scoped death. The King, thinning it an omen in his fuvor, pardoned hiin, and discontinued the prac t;ce. It was previous to this that the name of Titus Gates was first mentioned. 'The King orriortd that all Thorny Bushes should be annually trimmed and not allow...

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A "TANGLE" IN HEDGES [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

"TANGLE" IN HEDGES The cutting of hedges again oc cupied the attention of councillors, particularly the Denison Riding representatives. Cr Kenevan, in accordance with a notice given at the March meeting of the council, moved that the resolution passed at the September meeting, in regard to the cutting ol hedges, ue rescinded. Cr Davis was totally opposed to altering the motion, and contended that if a vote of the Donison Riding ratepayeis weie taken, the majority would be in favor* of leaviug the hedges as they were. Cr Kenevan said he moved a motion as far back as 1895 'hat hedges be trimmed back to the fence line, and for some time it was complied with, but of latter years had not been enforced. If the secretary were to turn up the books he would find, he thought, that \ Cr Crooke was the seconder of that motion. Continuing, he said to allow a hedge to encroach four feet on to the roadway was too great a distance. It obstructed the drain. Cr Henderson seconded Cr Kene van's motion...

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CRUMBS FROM THE COUNCIL TABLE (Last Week's Meeting) THE COUNTRY ROAD'S BOARD. HAS IT TOO MUCH POWER? [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

CRUMBS FROM THE COUNCIL TABLE (Last Week's Meetiog) THE COUNTRY ROAD'S BOARD. HAS IT TOO MUCH POWER? A letter from the Newham-Woodend Shire Council, asking the support of the local council in its endeavor to bring about a conforcnce of the different shires to ascertain what steps should be taken to limit the power of the Country Roids Board, wan discussed at leDgth by Rosedale councillors. The resolution passed at the Newham-Woodend Shire was :-"That this council, believing that the powers created in the Country Roads Board, by virtue of the Country Roads Act, are proving detrimental to the principles and interests of local government, is of opinion that a conference of all country municipalities should be convened to discuss the matter." The President (Cr Futcher) did not think the council should enter into any conference, as ihc Board had done splendid work for Gippsland. Although Rosedale Council was one of the bodies that objected to the creation of such a Board, they had to adm...

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USED IT IN INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

USED IT IN INDIA "During 13 years I lived in India I used nothing but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, colds,bronchitis and sore throats, says Mr A. C. Macaff, care of Roberts and Sons, Engineers, Bendigo, V. I have given it with great success to hundreds of natives, both Hindu and Mahommedan, and in every caseit has proved efficacious. Even natives of high cas'ecame to my bungalow asking for a dose of Chamberlain's Cough remedy, so 1 do not hesitate to recommend it in all cases of cold and bronchial troubles." Sold by j. Williams, Rosedale.

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GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

GORMANDALE {from our own Correspondent) The weather continues favorable for stcck and growing crop. The last day or two has been somewhat colder than usual. The Railways Standing Committee have come and gone. Whether any thing more than usual will result from the visit remains to be seen. Certain it is the route via Traralgon South and Callegnee taps all the area of good pastoral and agricultural country than the former route which came direct from Traralgon via Flyno'a Cteek Upper. The Closer Settlement folks are sanguine that Clause 69 will be repealed it) the near future. At the wind-up meeting of the Sports Club the net result of the annual sports amounted to a little over ^17. After paying for the erection of the new booth, voting an honorarium of ^3 3s to the hon. secretary and fa 2s to the hon. treasurer, and jQI is to the Mechanics' Institute, the balance of ^3/5/6 was handed over in trust to the Trustees of the recreation ground in order to leduce their over draft at the ba...

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CORRESPONDENCE RE ROSEDALE BEING THE OLDEST TOWN TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

CORRESPONDENCE BE KOSEDALE BEING TIIE OLDEST TOWN TO THE EDITOR OK TIIK "COURIER" Sir.-' Titus Oatea" may liavo studied "unnatural history"ati to the age of ItoBodale, but ho 10 tho Pacific Ocean's length out of it. "Titus O." wanta to look up pro-historic history to learn something about Kosodale. Speaking of tho Uuna and Ofitrogothg, the Romans wore here long before either of the above racos. Cais Julina Ciesar WAS then at tho head of these peojlt\ unci wag ably seconded by l'ompcy and CYABSUB. That was in tho year 01 » c. Of COUTHO opinions differ, but it is throught that the Htrcets wero theu paved wit}) something smooth, and cows had not keen introduced into tho tho town proper. CfU3ar had every cow kept outsido the town boundary, thus ensuring olefin pavemcuts and peaceful nights' sleep for Ida people. Ornamental trees wero planted and the town woro a prosperous appearance. After tho assassi nation of Crosar, his successor, being of an avaricious nature, countermandered Cajsar...

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GOLF OPENING DAY AT ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 28 May 1914

. GOLF OPENING DAY AT ROSEDALE Although 'the weather was threaten ing in the morning it was beautifully fine yesterday afternoon for the opening of the season at Rosenale. Since last year a number of the leading players had left, but there are several new players taking up goll for the first time this season. Yesterday being quite a gala day on the links. In the mixed doubles the scoring was remarkably even, several of the new players showing promising form. Following are the leading scores : MIXED DOUBLES H. L. Keys and Miss I. Tyler 55 12 43 G. McKenzie and Mrs McCarthy Gi 17 44 T. A. Umphelby and Miss E. Widdis 57 12 45 Lewis and Miss I. Widdis 6i 16 .45 P. Lester and Miss E. Shi els 58 12 46 J. Lunney and Miss M. Stagg 60 14 46 S. Henderson and Miss Sherrin 61 15 46 J. Walter and Mrs Walter 62 16 46 J. Gilsenan and Miss K. Walter ' 62 15 47 J. S. Lester and Miss Tyler 61 13 48 APPROACH AND PUTT The ladies' approach and putt was won by Miss E. Shiel in the good score of 10. The m...

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