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TRARALGON RACES THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

TRARALGON RACES THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 The Traralgon Raoing Club held its opening meetiDg on Thursday last on the new course, under ideal weather conditions. The attendance was good. Gate receipts amounted to ^101/14/6, and bookmaker's fees added another £31/10/. The highest takings at the gate "at any previous meeting did not reach more than £80. The new course was laid out under the super vision of Mr H. Byron Moore. A few improvements and additions are needed and will be attended tc before the next meeting. In the last race Mr J. Widdis'a Orphan fllaid ran off the track and stumbled head ever heels and broke her neck. Following are the results:- 9 Trial Stakes L.K.G., 8.7 (Master Collis) ... 1 Bilga, 8.2 (Tiiomas)... ... 2 Orphan Maid, 7.5 (Sttanmore)... 8 Dumosa 8.12, Debut 7.7 also ran. Betting-6 to 4 Bilga, 3 to 1 L.K.G. or Orphan Maid. Won by a length, lmin. 5|sec. Pony " Race Detonator, 8.9 (FiBber) ... 1 Cherry Graft, 9.8 (Hall) ... 2 Little Step, 7 7 (Downey) Quaker Girl, Pla...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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STOMACH WORM EXPELLED and Health Generaly Improved After A Few Doses of Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

STOMACH WORM EXPELLED arid Health General)- Improved After A Few Doses of Comstock'a "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets. That Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets are a safe and reliable remedy for the eradication of Worms i3 vouched for by Mrs J. O'Leary, of 111 Peel-street, Ballarat East, whose little daughter was afflicted for some time. After l few doses, a Stomach Worm several inches long was expelled. Since then the child who previously was always ailing, has gained consider ably in weight and is enjoying much better health. "A little daughter of mine, Julia." writes Mrs J. O'Leary, "was suffering from Stomach Worm?, and I decided to try Comslock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets. My daughter has been ailing for some time, and was thin. After taking a few dcses of the Pellets and T)r Morse's Indian Boot Pills, a worm several inches long was expelled from the bowels, which bad the experience ot being a stomach worm. She is still continuing the medicine and shows much, improvement in health since...

Publication Title: Rosedale Courier
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MARRIAGE A LA MODE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

MARRIAGE A LA MODE Giving and taking in marriage is a custom which has obtained from the earliest days. Sometimes the result is great happiness, sometimes the reverse. A little Sunday-school girl of eight years old, in answer to the question "Mow was Adam punished (or eating the forbidden fruit '?" promptly replied, "He had to marry Eve! " Sometimes the man is punished, mid perhaps more oftener the woman. Fortunately in Australia it is not often that either are punished, but made gloriously happy. In the very early days of Gippsland there were various manners of con ducting the ceremony, as for instance, knocking the intended bride OD the head with a waddy and sneaking her out cf the camp, or an interchange of presents will) the bride's parents, or not infrequently an elopement by consent of the bride-elect and a tramp to the nearest friendly tribe. One of ihe latest of these was a damsel of Lake Tyers, who went off with her lover to Maneroo. They were pursued by the irale lather, M...

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THE OLDEST CLOCK IN THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

THE OLDEST CLOCK IN THE WORLD The oldest clock ou record, now in tbe North Transept of the Nave of Welle Cathedral, was once iu (.lastoiibury Abbey, nnd is said to have boon made by n Monk there named Peter Ligb(foot, about thn year 1825, at the cost of Adam de Sodbiiry, who became Abbot of Glastonbury in 1832. It was brought to Wells (soon after the dissolution of the Abbey) in 1529. The dial-plate is 0 ieet 6 inches in diameter, contained in a square frame. The outer circle is divided into twenty four parts, intended to represent the twenty-four hours of the day; the numbers ore in Old Enqlish characters, and mark the hours from 1- at noon to midnight,and thence to 12atmidday. A large gilt star points to the hour. An inner or second circlo shows the minutes, and a small star moves around the circle every hour. A third circle gives the age of the moon, and one plate in this circle the phases of the moon are shown. There is also a smaller circle, in which is a female figure, having ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

WARD BROS. SEWING MACHINES When you are not sewing the "IJrophead" Machine makes * splendid table, ami the machine itself it shut away out ol the reach of tliQ dust and the children. WARD BROS. "Drophead" costs rounds less than others, freight paid to your station. Write to-day for itlustrated Catalog telliti^you all about this and our many other styles. Machines of all makes repairrd, Kcedlcsand Parts supplied lorauy Machine. 38-38 ERROL STREET, « HORTH MELBOURNE. L NURSES of Large Experience Recommend CLEnTS to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davii Street, Brunswick, Vic., writes ai follows (29/2/12}: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. . " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and ran down. I gave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I could wish her before long. Fourte...

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GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

GORMANDALE (From Oar Own Correspondent) Tho break in the weather has been a pleasant one, .About half an inch of rain fell, and this has replenished the tanks, freshened up the fodder crops and cooled the air a little. The sports committee had a good meeting, which was well attended last Saturday evening. The pro gramme for the March fixture was drawn up and everything seems to point to the annual Bports being successful. Arrangements wore made for advertising. Some liberal donations were given to some events for the school children. Friends of Mr Bed well, late lay reader in this district, will be glad to hear that he has passed his exams at Moore College. He was recently ordained deacon and ap pointed curate at Mosman, Sydney. Mr Craig, the present reader, was, so I understand, successful in passing his preliminary exam held at Sale recently.

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

CRICKET On Saturday next, Rosedale play a team from the Railways on the Rose dale ground. As tbe visitors arrive here by the mid-day train and liave to catch tbe 5.8 train back, it is important tbat tbe matob must commence not later tban 1.45 p.m.

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KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

KILMANY i *-: {J'row our own Correspondent). Harvesting operations are about finished here, and most of the settlers have a nice stack of hay. The recent spell of dry weather has about ruined the prospect of the beet crops. Plots that five weeks ago looked like yeilding a good return are now looking like a com plete failure. A good fall of rain is wanted to make them worth harvesting. Two or three settlers are irri gating their plots under the direction of Mr Ingles of the State River and Water Supply. A well attended meeting of beet growers was held on Tuesday last for the purpose of ascertaining whether any relief could be given to the settlers in regard to the beet conditions. A very successful picnic was held on the 3rd iust., and a very large attendance of settlers made the day a most enjoyable one. About £8 was distributed in .prizes among the children.

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PROSPECT RESERVE Ninety Mile Beach, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

PROSPECT RESERVE {From Our Own Correspondent) Ninety Mile Beach, Monday. The seaside resort at Prospect is very popular with the farmcis. When their harvesting operations are con cluded they drive down with their families, erect their tents, and stop for a month or two. They use the farm waggon for part cf their sleeping accommodation, and with the addition of a good tarpaulin or a couple of small tents, they have all the room that they require. The Resort is over 200 acres in extent, well watered, grassed, and recently fenced. The visitors turn their horses on to it. As the farmer has plenty of horse power always available in his inland home, he thinks nothing of driving forty or fifty miles to get to this beach. When he arrives here he finds an ample supply of fresh water in the hall tanks; and a nice clean strip of land on either side of the kail to pitch his tent on. He can bathe, or fish for flathead or trout in the sea during the day, and attend the dance or musical evening in...

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SAVED HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

SAVED .HIMSELF. A non-commissioned officer, enter tag a barrack gate in Dublin, was mis taken by the "raw recruit" on sentry go, who immediately saluted liim. The non-commissioned officer, unaware that his colonel, was just behind, ro turned the salue-a thing not permis slble la the circumstances. Soon he was called before the colo nel. On presenting himself, he was asked how he came to return the sal ute, knowing full well that he was not entitled to it. Not in the least em barrassed, he promptly answered. "Sir, X always return everything I am not entitled to." The colonel, taken back by hii ready wit, laughingly dismissed him. Sundays and holidays excepted, it is estimated that £20,000 worth ot fish are daily dragged out of the sea by British fishermen. It is characteristic, perhaps, of sport, that its followers bring to its pursuit a wealth of the finest qualities known. Courage, endurance, self-sacrifice, chivalry-these are commouly regard ed as the essential elements of heroic ...

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A SECRET [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

A SECRET Tbe world is doing belter than it did some time ago. We've learned some useful tbing our grandsires didn't know. And by tbe information which exper ience has gained, A number of mysterious things are readily explained. Why did tho flow'ret blush unseen amid the desert air ? Why have some sages lived unkDown in attics cbill and bare ? Why is reward withheld from men both talented and wise ? The answer is .plain as day-they didn't advertise. To merely take the light from 'neath the bushel will not do. You've goo to keep it blazing where the passing throng may view, No matter what your trado maj be, this fact you oan't disguieo : You'll drop out of tbe running if you do not advertise. COURIER OFFICE FOR JOB PRINTING C ta r: . .. i

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THE PROGRAMME OF THE WATT MINISTRY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

THE PROGRAMME OF THE WATT MINISTRY The country districts are well represented in the New Watt Ministry and the programme, as out lined in Mr Watt's speech at Essenden, is essentially a country programme. A sustained policy of railway extension, and increased activity in dealing with immigration, are its princip.il features. These are questions in which the pro gress of the State is intimately bound up, and a Ministry which will give earnest attention to them will merit the support of all sections of the Liberal Party. There are still great areas of the country districts which are only partially developed and which must remain so until they are linked up with the Railway system. Land 20 or 30 miles from a railway station, and without good roads, cannot be turned to its best use. There is scarcely a country electorate in the State which does not afford shocking examples of these conditions. A wise and sus lained system of railway extension would increase the produciive capacity of suc...

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ALL SORTS HOW THE TIDE COMES IN. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

ALL SORTS HOW THE TIDE CO.V1ES IN. Tile silent noon Is past; the tide hai turned; and now tlio sleepy sunbeams fill with a new song of in-driving rip ples, as the waters begin to return froni their long exile under tho glitter ing southern sky. Hustling together like sheep at a gate, tho low wavelets journey' over tho weed-strewn shoro; and visibly, span by span, ,the wide sand-aerengo narrows before'tho eyes An hour ago the sea was a voiceless, indefinable tiling, remote as tho blue sky it merged into 011 the far horizon; but now it is suddenly near, nntl broad awake and eager-striding impetuous ly landward; stretching out wide sand dunes that never again will drink at its sparkling rim. How swiftly the tide comes In over these brine-sodden levels is difficult to realise, unless care ful watch be kept. It Is as though some bright sun-signal fell into the remoteness and the silence, nnd at once some invisible barrier dissolved away. The incoming waters lift in long terraces one behi...

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WILLUNG SEVERANCE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

WILLUNG SEVERANCE Owing to the opposition of the Alberton Shire to the proposed sever ance, the Minister decided lo hear the views of all parlies lo the question, and notified the parties accordingly. On Wednesday, the 7th inbl., the hearing took place at Melbourne. The Hon. Mr Adamson represented the Minister, who was away at the time, the Secretary for Public Works (Mr Drake) being also present. * The petitioners were represented by Messrs Feely, Hair, Harrap, Hillman, J. Chester, W. Chester, A. R. Timbs, and the Alberton Council by Cis Power (President), Fahey, and Night ingale. The Rosedale Council was represented by J. S. Lester (secretary) and H. L. Keys (engineer). The parlies were introduced by the Hon. T. Livingston, who then with drew. Mr Adamson stated that the Minis ter was away and had commissioned him to deal with the matter, and he would hear both sides and then the Rosedale Council. Mr Fee'y said that they had been trying to get this severance for over thirty years, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH '.My litt'.e boy had whooping cough very badly," siys Mrs Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgen Rd., Moinlngton, N-Z, "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy and he got immediaterelief. Since then I have always kept a bottle of this wonderful medicine by me and recommend it to everyone," Sold by John Williams, Rosedale. THE BEST IN THE WORLD INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES Temporary Loans TO BANK CLF.RKS, RAILWAY EM I'LOYES, GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, and tho PUBLIC Generally. Bills Discouutod Daily. FROM £1 TO £500. Apply to " SECRECY," G.P.O. Sale. Striot Socrccy. Of Dependable Merchandise at Money Saving1 Prices Saturday, January 24 Our Great Semi-annual Bargain Sale-the event that the knowing ones have been waiting-for-is here LARGER ASSORTMENTS AT LOWER PRICES than ever before, will make this the Biggest Sale we have ever held. Those who take advantage of This Sale will never regret it. Our Entire...

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HUSDAND'S SKIN TORTURE AND WIFE'S LEG SORES Wonderful Double Cure by Zam Buk [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

TOAD'S SKIN TORTURE AND WIFE'S LEG SORES Wonderful Double Curo by Zam Buk Zam But is daily demonstrating its excellmce as a family remedy by cur ing the most obstinate cases of skin disease and inflamed sores, Two sp'endid triumphs for Zam Buk heal ing have just been revealed by Mrs H. Berry, of Bntli-streer, Perth, W.A, "My husband,'' Mrs Barry says, "was caused great pnin and disfigurement by an outbreak ol itchy eruptions on his face. The disease a kind of eczema, first appeared in little blisters, which burst and formed into running sores. Every effort to get rid of the trouble was fruitless u"til my luisband hap pened to try a pot of Z.m Buk. "The balm brought him splendH relief. The painful irritation was stopped with tbe first application?, and as he persevered with i', Zam Buk oleared away eruption and left his ekin quite clean and healthy. "I also have /\m Buk to thank for curing me of a bad leg. Following a mild attack of fever, tha limb suddenly broke out into inflammrd s...

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WOODSIDE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

WOODSIM From Our Own Correspondent. Mr Langley O'Rourke of Reedy Creek met with rather a painful accident on Monday las). Ha was riding bare-back on a spiii'ed animal after some horses, when it suddenly commenced to rear, and threw him on to a log, breaking his thigh. Dr Rutter was soon in attendance and set the injured limb. We are plia>ed to say he is progressing favorably. , The doctor was unfoitunate in meet ing with an accident whilst returning home. His motor col ided with a stump and they parted company. His knee was slightly injured in con sequence, and the motor refused 10 budge any further. The dcct. r had to foot it for the remainder of the journey, a distance of about t welie miles. The grass is very dry, and the fire fiend has already made it appearance in the district. Messrs Jones, Callaghan.'and \V. O'Rourke have bad a quantity of grass and fencing destroyed. The Progress Association held its usual monthly meeting on Saturday evening, the ioth. On the motion of Me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

Special Trains from Melbourne, Mircoo North ard Bairssdale I^osedale Racing Olub AOUAL MEET1KG THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, '14 OFFICIALS . Fatron»-Hon. IS, J. Crookc, Jf.L.C., Mr Jaa. Bennett, M.H.R , Crs A. G. Fntcber, J. Widilis, G. M. Davis, Messrs J. \V. Bowman, Theo. B. Little, Lauglanda Presidont-Mr T. A. Umplielby Vicc-presidonts-Messrs A. W. Bowman, H. R. Anderson, J. L. Bowman Judgo-Mr T. A. UniplioVby starter-Mr J. Cairns Treasurer-Mr C. F. Kleino Clerk of Scales-Mr P. H. Ingle Clerk of Courso-Mr S. Bintoull Measurer oi i'umVj-Air A. Murroii Bandicapper-Mr A. H. Cox Timekeeper-Mr T. Linton Secretary-Mr A. Allen Stewards-Messrs H. Slieil, 'J-. A. Anderson, A. W. Bowman, H. 15. Andurson, J Widdis, A. Murrcn, F. M Inneu. PKOGP.A.MMK : HANDICAP HURDLE RACE Of-10 Sovs. 7 sovs out of slake to goto second horse nnd ;i sovs to third horse. About, but not less tlian two miles. Entry JOB, acceptance XL The winner of any jumping race, after declaration of weights, to cariy a 7(b penalty ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

SHIRE OF ROSEDALE PRESIDENT-A. G.FUTCHER, J.P. SECRETARY-JAS. STEEL LESTER, J.P. . ENGINEER-H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS ROSEDALE RIDING-"Hon, E. J. Crookc, M.L.C., A. G, Futchcr, J.P«i and T. A. Umphclby * DBNISON RIDING-*G. M.Davis, John Widdls, J.P., and T. Kcnevan TOONGAIUIIK RIDING-?W. A. Lang,( p. Morgan, J.P., and W. Henderson, ].P. ..-,.-1. - *Rctifes'"August,v;i9i4 ~ Siriiti: HALL Officially Opened on Monday, June lO, 1913, by Mrs J. Widdis Win, Allen, builder J. H. Lester, photo. MEETINGS FOR 1914 January 19' Marcb 1G May' 18 July 21 September 21 November 1G February 1G April 20 June 15 August 17 October 19 December 21 Give Your Job Printing to the " COURIER" OFFICE. Satisfaction Guaranteed ! Commonwealth of Hustvalta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY TbU B*nk 1) optn for ill l1»sm of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE A1«o at Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle, Adelaide, Perth, Mohart, lindane, Kockhampton, Townsville and London. Cable remittances made to, and ...

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THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG AND DENISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN, 15, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 15 January 1914

' THCED AND OA.RRA.JUNG ASP DEXISON ADVOCATE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JAN, . 15, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, . will visit Rosedule on Friday, January 80tb, and may be consulted ac the Exchange Hotel from 10 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. Mr Chas. B. Trood, dentist, of Sole, begs to state that be is always at home. The proceedings of tbe Sale police court on Saturday,says the "Mercury," were enlivened by passages at arms between Superintendent Fowler (who prosecuted in a case in which VVm. J. Gibbs was unsuccessfully charged witb allowing a drunken person to be upon bis licensed premises) and Mr Wise, who appeared for defence. Tbe latter made reference to what be termed tbe unfairness- of police methods, whioh was resented by tbe superintendent, wbo insinuated tbat Mr Wise did not know much about tbe matter in hand, Mr Wise asked, "What about tbe action of tbe police in arresting tbe man supposed to be Sparks, and what about tbe women 'supposed' to bare been se...

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