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Carrajung [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
Car rn|ung Tbe following ia the rainfall as ogiotorod by Mr Xi. T. M'DocmoU 1st 18th 14th 16th 16th 19th 24th 20th 27th 28th 80th Slat 75 67 46 45 2 6 10 28 11 4 80 3.33 Total 3.33 358pta fell during the previous month. 975pts since 1st January, 1914.
RHEUMATISM IN ARMS AND LEGS Zam Buk Splendid for Swellings and Deep-Seated Pains [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
IN ARMS AND LEGS' Zam Buk Splendid for Swellings and Deep-Seated Pains The remarkable pain-killing and Boothing qualities of Zam Buk have been proved again and again. It soaks into skin, flesh and muecla, and simply drives pain out. '?As a remedy for rheumatism in the arms and legs and for sciatica," says Mr Alex. Robertson, of 143 Maitland-st., Dunedin, N.Z., ''I have found Zam Buk splendid. The last attack I had was a particularly severe one, and caused me to cry out in pain wbeue-ver anyone happened to touch me. I was forever tryiDg different liniments and lotions from the obemiats, but tbey were like so muoh water. One embrocation that a friend induced me to try, cost 5/ a bottle, but it was no better than the rest. "At length I was persuaded to get a pot of Zam Buk. I first bathed my shoulders and joints and then by rub bing Zam Buk well in, got it right down into the pores. I experienced great soothing ease even after the first application of the balm. I persevered with the tr...
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, MAY 29 (Before Messrs John M'Mahon and Jas. Steel Lester, J.'s P.) [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
ROSEDALE POLICE COURT FRIDAY, MAY 29 (Before Messrs John M'Mahco Jas. Steel Lester, J.'s P.) At the local court on Friday last, Constable Brown -? proceeded against James Armstrong of Sale for failing to have the name of the owner painted on the vehicle used by him. The evidence showed that' accused was travelling with a mob of sheep, and had his name written in chalk on the side of the vehicle. Constable Brown : informed the Bench that, in his opinion, the accused was simply defy ing the law. He had ascertained that about six months ago Armstrong travelled a mob of sheep Dear Toon gabbie and on that occasion the name was written on his vehicle in chalk. Accused did not appear to answer the charge. The Bench said that in ad dition to the law, he was evidently flouting the Bench by not appearing at court. A fine of ^2, in default 7 days, with 12/ ccsts, was inflicted.
THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF MAY Rosedale [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF MAY KOXCIIhIo Tbo following is tbo rainfall as registered by Mr G. P. Hurron : lBt 8 3 th 2 13tb ... ... 53 14tb 17 15th ... ... 5 17th 2 18'h , 40 26tb ' 2 27th 12 Slot 2 Total 1.88 The rainfall at Bosedale for the first .1 months. ofthe last seven years is as follows:-. 1907 6.45 1908 4.18 1909 7.06 1910 5.10 1911 18.19 1912 4.10 1913 10.85 1914 8.41
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
A Good Sowing Machine Pays for Itself! Don't pay a fancy prlei lor your maohlnsl WARD UROS. selldirect to you at the lowest po»« s:'ole price-pay freight to your atation, and absolutely guarantee their machiues (or 25 yean. You can't do better than that-and you can't gel abetter machine for love or money. Write (or Illustrated Catalog- Post free. Machines of all makes repaired, Needles attd Part* supplied for auy Machiue, 36-33 ERROL STREET, WORTH MELBOURNE. o NEVER WITHOUT THEM "For years I suffered with indigestion and constipation," says Mrs \V. P. Dunston, Menzics, W.A. *? i tried dozens of medicincs but obtained no relief. Hearing my cus tomers speak so highly of Chamberlain's Tablets I gave them a trail. After only a few doses my health was greatly improved and after a course I was completely relieved of both complaints." Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale. Will be paid if the following Certificates of Purity and Goodness granted by the foremost Health Authorities in the World are ...
MELBOURNE STOCK SALES Fat Sheep [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
MELBOURNE STOCK SALES Fat Sheep Theo B. Lit:Ie sold :-86 comeback wethers acct Widdis and King, Flynn, to 22/3, averaging 22/; 42 wethers and ewes acct J. King, Rosedale, to 30/3. M'Lean, Macalister and Co. sold : 101 xbred wethers acct J, W. BowmaD, "The Ridge" Rosedale, to 21/, averag ing 20/4. Victorian, Producers' Co-operative Co., Ltd. sold: -187 ewes, acct Wm R. Cloak, Sale, 18/9. Macarthur and Macleod sold 1-90 xbred wethets acct Widdis and King, Flynn, to ^1/2/10, averaging £1/2/1, and 1 xbred ewe 21/9. Pearson, Rowe Smith, and Co sold : -105 wethers acct Essington Watis, Rosedale, xbred 27/6, merinos 22/7, I few 19/3 ; 101 wethers, acct Geo. Rintoull,; Rosedale, xbreds 24/2. merinos 22/9. Mathieson and Davis sold:-100 comeback and xbred wethers, J. W. Bowman, Rosedale, to 21/7, averaging 21/4; 51 xbred wethers, H. R. Gra ham, Flynn, to 30/, averaging 22/10 ; 49 xbred and comeback wethers, D. C. Anderson, Flynn, to 30/, averaging 24/9 ; 1 xbred wether, H. H. Iugle, Rosedale,...
ROSEDALE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
ROSEDALE SALE There was an exceptionally good yarding at Theo. B. Little and Co.'s Rosedale stock sale on Friday last. The bidding was brisk, and almost a total clearancc was effected. Sheep--Ewes, 4, 6 and 8-to: th, in lamb, made up to 21/10 ; aged xbred ewes, 14/3 ; aged raetino wethers, fleshy coudition, 15/10 ; aged merino ewes, 7/10; fat lambs, very nice, 17/2 ; store lambs, rather late shorn, sma l frames, 10/9. Cattle.-Fat heifers, from ^6/15/ to £8/10/; backward springers, ^3/7/ to £3/6/ ; fat cows, jC6/7/6; springing heifers, £3/14/ to £5/19/; backward heifers, ^3/10/to £4/8/; 2.Jj yr-old steers, good sorts, ^5/2/; close up cows, £5/8/ to £6 ; i^-yr-old steers, .£2/4/ to .£3/13/ ; poddies, 23/ to 38/; 18-mths to 2 yr-old heifers, £2 to £2/7/ ; store cows, £3/8/ to £4 ; aged cows, £2 to £2/18.
NEW MAIL ROUTE TO NAMBROK TO COMMENCE ON JULY 1st [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
NEW MAIL ROUTE TO NAMBROK COMMENCE ON ]ULT ist Mr Jas, Bennett, M.P. for Gippsland, has forwarded to us the following ftom the Deputy Postmaster-Genoral : Sir,-Adverting to my communi cation of the 8th January last, and previous correspondence regarding the request by Messrs J. Batcson and W. Shiel and other residents of Nambrok that a mail service be established between Nambiok and Itosedale in lieu of the existing Nambrok Kilmauy service, I beg to inform you that, in connection wiih the second invitation of tenders, a satisfactory offer for the desired new service was received and, as the proposed alteration would result in improved facilities for a number of residents in the district, approval has been given for the daily mail service between Kilmany railway station and Nambrok to be discontinued and lor a daily service between Rosedale and Nambrok to be substituted from the 1st July next. "Ob. Solinal your cough is most droadful, Yon'll have to toko something, I'm sure; Got your...
A GOOD SHAMPOO LOCAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 4 June 1914
GOOD SHAMPOO LOCAL GOSSIP It will be interesting to learn that a young lady in this town with beautiful glossy hair never washes it with eoap. She says all I use is "Occolo" sham poo, and Bometimea a little "Sulphur flair Restorer." The "Ocoolo" is very nicely got up in screw top jars. There is enough in one jar to mak&lt;* 100 individual shampoos and tho perfumo is beautiful. You take a email portion of the "Oocolo" and rub it well into the hair. Aa the foam begins to appear use a little more water. Cer tainly this little lady's hair did look beautiful, although many have Btrange ideas of a shampoo. But for an actual hair-grower nothing equals pure "Oocolo." It is perfectly harm less and Bets the hair roots tingling with new life. It gives a perfectly natural oolour and keeps the hair I beautifully soft and glo?ey. Tho "Oooolo" costs only la a jar and the "Sulphus Hair Restorer" i/G a bottle. Obtainable at L. J. Ridgwuy's Corner House, Rosedale.
"BULLETANIA" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
"BULLETANIA" Thus the Sydney "Bulletin" on our neighbors: "Walh." writes-Re the "Help yourselfand-pay-the-billpub'' at Toom bon. Any Walhalla resident of a couple of years standing will corroborate this. The hotel has since been closed. Once a successful mining field, Tombon (a place of deep gorges and steep, barren hills) now laments a population ofabout three prospectors and several or less dogs. The old age pensioner left when the pulS shut down and toddled over the hills and far away. The dance hall, I believe, still leans at various angles on the original site. Toombon is the place where a funeral once lost itself for half a day on account of the sexton I becoming incapacitated through "grief.'1 By reason of his tears and lamentations he was unable to furnish iutelligible directions as to where he had "sunk the hole." "3 °"3" writes re peat fires in the Moe Swamp-The fires start very easily; often as the result of burning off a paddock of thistles, or Tories, or other rubbish. ...
ONE TO "FATHER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
ONE TO "FATHER" Father Ryan, who was recently transferred from Omeo to Morwell, says the "Advertiser," is the stamp of clergyman who always command re spect, is a Rood citizen and faithful pastor. Not very long ago he had occasion to visit a navvies' camp on the Bairnsdale Orbost line. lie was mounted on a good horse and as he approached the camp cue burly individual commenced to "sling off" at his reverence. IJe said he wi uld like to have nothing to do but ride around spic and span on a fine horse, and further remarked that he supposed Father Ryan didn't know what a day's work was. For "Mr Blowhard's" en lightenment, Father Ryan offered to change places with him for a week, conditionally that he carried out all the duties ptrformed by himself. Upon ihe navvy declining the offer, Father Ryan took out half a-sovereign from his pocket, and in the presence of the camp offered to bet the fellow the 10/ that he (Father Ryan, who is a strong, muscular looking man) would shift more earth ...
WHEAT READY RECKONER [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
WHEAT READY RECKONER The following shows at a glance bow farmers may arrive at the number of bushels of wheat contained in a given load : One cwt equals 1 bushel 52 lbs. Two cwt equals S bus -14 lbs. Three cwt equals o bus SG lbs. Four cwt equals 7 bus 21 lbs Five cwt equals 0 bus 20 lbs. Six cwt equals 11 bus 12 lbs. Seven cwt equals 13 bus 4 lba. Eight cwt equals 1-1 bus 5G lbs. Nioe cwt equals 1G bus 48 lbs. Ten cwt equals IS bus 40 lbs. Eleven cwt equals 20 bus 32 lba. Twelve cwt equals 22 bus 24 lbs. Thirteen cwt equals 24 bus 1G lbs. Fourteen cwt equals 2G bus lGlbs Fifteen cwt equals 28 bus. Sixteen cwt equals 29 buB 52 lbs. Seventeen cwt equals 31 bus 44 lbs. Eighteen cwt equals 33 bus 36 lbs. Nineteen cwt equals 85 bus 28 lbs. One ton equals 37 bus 20 lbs. Two tons Equals 74 bus 40 lbs. Three tons equals 112 bus. Four tens equale 149 bus 20 lbs. Five tons equals 303bus 20 ibs. Sis tons equals 224 bus and EO on.
NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
NAMBROK From Our Own Correspondent We are having a particularly dry time of it at present. There is not enough moisture in the recently ploughed ground to germinate the seed. Crops that were sown early are at a standstill, and are beginning to wear a withered appcarance. Although things do not look bright they are not serious. The e is plenty of time yc t for rain as far as the crops are concerned, although a good shower is badly needed to give an even geiniimtion. The prospects are fare worse f;r the graziers and dairymen, for if the land does not get a good soaking in the winter it usually means a short and poor spring. Lambing has commenced. The absence of feed is severely felt. Unless a good fall of rain comes soon things will be serious. At a meeting held recently at Kil many of the local shareholders in the Traralgon Co-operative Store, the directors promised that a branch would be opened at Kilmany shortly. Much dissatisfaction has been caused over the change of the name of t...
TAKE PEPS REGULARLY The Real Safeguard Against Throat and Cheat Troubles [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
TAKE PEPS REGULARLY The Real Safeguard Against and Cheat Troubles It is always best at this dangerous time of the year to ciirrj a bos of Pops, and let one or two of these breathe ablo tablets dissolve in tbe mouth. Tin's is Ibo surest way to arrest ft cold or chill in its iirst stages, and so prevent it settling on tbe lungs. In Train or Tram Peps will enable I you to ward oil' tbe danger arising from winds and draught?, or from contract with people suffering from iufect;ou9 colde, influenza, and chest complaints. If a Persistent Tickling Cough seizes ycu, Peps will at once rid you ol the cause of the irritation, and will save you from an obstinate attack of sore throat or bronchitis For the Children, tbe safest and most pleasant throat and chest remedy is Peps. Peps are free from all harmful drugs, aud soon stop croupiness, wheezing, and bad breathing. For tbe Old FolkB Peps mean rest ful days and peaceful nights, unbroken by tbe exhausting cough of bvouchitis, or the Btiflmg spas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
Betby Boy's Bronchitis 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. i 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. I was strongly recommended to try Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery, and as it was my last ray of hope I got a bottle, and after taking a few doses he was quite a different child. It fixed him up in no time, 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 ...
THE GIPPSLAND SEAT [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
THE GIPPSLAND SEAT Mr George H. WiBe will again be a candidate for the Gippsland Beat as an Independent Liberal aod Protectionist, and attached to no party, and sup porting elective Ministries, preferential voting, initiative and referendum and effective protection. We have been informed that Mr D" G. O'Donnell has arranged with the Political Labor Council for a member of the State House to visit' Bosedalo about the end of the month, with the object of forming a branch of the P.L.O in this district. The following letter has been re ceived by Mr D. G. O'Donnell from the South Gippsland State Council: Mr D. G. O'Donnell, Heyfield. - 4/6/U Dear Sir,-At a meeting of the South Gippsland Council held yester day at Fish Creek, your nomination as a candidate for Scuth Gippsland was acoepted by the council, subject to approval by the Central Executive J also that the |>osition of organiser be offered lo you at a salary of per week, Balary to commence on starling iuties and to continue unt...
SCIATICA Relief Obtained by Using Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills and Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
SCIATICA Relief Obtained by Using Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills and Com stock'g Nerve and Bono Liniment This ia one of the most dreaded com plalntB tbat human fic-sh ia beir to, and there are many people suffering untold agonies trying remedy after re medy without result. Such a one was Mr Patrick Scwlly, Gladstone street, Woodville, N.Z., who found Comstock's Neive and Bone Liniment and Dr Morse's Indian Hoot Pills do what no other remedy bad done for him that is, they brought relief from the pain be was suffering. Mr Scally ?writes: "Considering the large amount of fcemfit I have dorivei by the U3e of your valuable medicines, it gives me great pleasure to lit jou have this tes timonial, and you can make any use you wish of it. I have been a sufferer for a number of years with Sciatica, the torturing pain I endured being Eotnotimes almost unbeatable. The pain was great tbat I could not sleep at night, and bad to be wheeled about on a chair, being so bad that I was unable to walk I t...
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
FOOTBALL A match was played on Saturday, a' Sale, between Kilmany and Longford combined and Sale United, and a good, friendly aud exciting game resulted. The scores were:-Sale United, 7 goils 8 behinds (51 points); Combined Team, 4 goals S hehinds, (32 points). The first match in the Fisher com petition took place on Saturday on the Toongabbie ground, and resulted in a easy win for Cowwarr, who kicked 18 goals 7 behinds to Toongabbie's 4goals 10 behinds.
'NEVER MIND THE STARTER" "I'LL PAY THE FINE" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 11 June 1914
'NEVER MIND THE STARTER" "I'LL PAY THE FINE" "See you get well away lad ; never mind the starlet. If lie fines you I'll pay the fine."-This is what Councillor Taylor of Avon Shire says the horse owners tell their hoys when they want a gocd start. "The grass poachers dc the same thing. Go out with those sheep and get grass. If you get fined I'll pay the fine.'' It is this that induces the drovers to take the risks, and in stead o( travelling the regulation distance from point to point to dodge up by-roads and back and forward to get the grass &lt; IT "the long paddock," as the roads are affectionately termed when feed is scarce elsewhere. These rcmatks were prompted at Stratford council last week by a report from the East Riding herdsman, detailing what he alleged to be the movements of Drover Armstrong with I a lot of sheep belonging to Mr Kerr. The herdsman said they were first driven towards Bairnsdale, and -when he spoke to the drover, he was in formed that Mi Kerr said t...