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QUICKLY DISAPPEARED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 25 June 1914
QUICKLY DI-APPEARED "All last winter 1 had two boys ill with very bad colds/' says Mrs G. Archbold, I Baker-street, Lewisham, N.S.W. "Having heard from a friend about ChamberUin's Cougb Remedy 1 gave it a trial with the result that the co'd quickly disappeared, My b*hy, Aged four months, has a cough now and I am giving him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and ihtrre is already a decided improvement." Sold by J. Williams Rosedale
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
ROSEDALE RACING CLUB At a general meeting of tho abovo club on Saturday evening, tho following wcro presont:-Messrs H. Anderson (clmir), T. A. Anderson, J. Cairns, H. Shiel, G. Watts, F. Onloy, G. Rintoull, P. Anderson, A, J. Smith, T. Kcnevan, 0. Carlson, \Y, Shiel, A. Bowman, Q. Brown, J. Widdis, H. M'Carthy, T. Umplielby, T. Kelly, C. Ayrcs, A, Kenyon, A, liintoull and A. Allen, The following business waB doalt, after tlio confinnntion of tho minutes of tho provious meeting Notice of Motion In accordance with notice given at the last mooting, Mr J. Widdis moved that tho Amateur Handicap bo reduced from 8 fur longs to 7 furlongs. By so doing ho con sidered it would make it a botter race. Mr W. Shiel agrotd with Mr Widdis and seconded his motion', which was carried. Novelty Fony Kaoe Whon tho programmo was being drawn up at the provious meeting, an amendment was moved that the 14 a.u Pony Race be struck |out and a Novelty Pony Rjco bo inserted in its stead, but tho amendment was lo...
THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE Rosedale [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
THE RAINFALL. FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE JTOMIDALO The following is the rainfall as registered by Mr G. P. Horren 1st I Hth " 6 14th 6 16tb 31 80th ... ... Total .62 . The rainfall at Rosedale for the first 6 months of the last seven years iaas follows: 1907 796 1908 6-05 1909 1910 11.80 620 1911 22.88 1912 591 1913 1303 1914 7.08 ^Gormnndale The following is the rainfall as regiatored by Mr J. Gilsenan: let ® 11th ...» 9 15th ... ... 11 16th 23 19th 1 28rd 2 80ih ... ... 1*J Total 7G 8. GSpts fell since 1st January, 1914. They, who tho worries ol winter endure, Wolcomo thee, Woods' Peppermint Cure. 'Neath thy gay wrapper a syrup lays stored, Worth all the whisky that ever was poured. Sore throat, bronchitis, and gastric catarrh Cannot prevail where thy votaries are ; Fragrant and comforting, soothing and BUre Hail to thee I Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. " In that fellow really a painless den tist ?" " Almost. The only pain I suf fered was when ho extracted his fees.1' He: No matter how ...
WONDERFUL RECOVERY Two Little Girls Relieved of Thread Worms by Comstock'a "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
' WONDERFUL RECOVERY Two Little Girls Relieved of Thread Worms by Comstock'a "Dead Sbol" Worm Pellets A potent proof of the thorough man ner iu which Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets eradicated thread worms is the statement made by Mrs Maud Tongue, of Edward-street, Chartors Towers, Queensland. This lady's two little girls suffered a great deal, and althongh many proprations wore tried, nothing gave any relief, until she UBed ComBtock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pel lets, with a result that seems almost inctedible, yet, nevertheless, is a fact, and furthermore, being aobieved every day by parents who are treating their ohildren with these Pellets. Mrs Tongue writes : "My two little daughters wore afHiot ed with thread worms. In fact, one of the children, Laura, was literally alive with them. I had recouraed to many remedies without success. The dis numnlnma nf rPHtloagDEBa at night, and pcovisbtioas for a Iodr period . worried mo cotiBidornbly until 1 etttne i to try Gomstock'a ''Doud til...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
Cold Feet! WHY SUFFER DISCOMFIT AT NIGHT WITH COLD FEET When Hot Water Bottles are obtainable, all sizes, from n CHEMIST, Onallman, Traraigon BaBy 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 him. I tried different cough cures but he did net seem to improve ui 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 1 got a bottle, and after taking a few does he was quite a different child. It fixed him up in no time, only needing one bottle to completely cure him." r . Dr. Sheldo...
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
COURSING At the Derby aod Oaks meeting held at Werrib'ee on Wednesday and Thursday of last week MrT. Stuckey's Captain Goodwood (Full-Captain Goodwood) wop the Class Stakes. At the meeting of the North Gipps land Coursing Club held last Thursday and Friday at Sale the Rosedale dog (Mr J. Farley's Breheny's Beer, by Legislator-Miss Goodwood) was run out in the final course by Mr A. Wray's Patrick Flannagan, by Andey Flannagan-Lady Beauchamp.
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
aTHCB AND CAKItAJL'.NO, DENISON AND WlLLXJNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOUSING THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1014 ""LOCAL AND GENERAL Mr Tatterson, dentist, will visit Rosedale on Friday, July 17ib, and August lltb, and may bo consulted at the Exchange Hotel from 9 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Grc.it Peppermint Cure l/G Mr Fartin Webb of Traralgon has £145,000 to lend at 5 per cent in large or small amounts. Early application is necessary. Secure a loan ! Mr Gordon Green has returned from a jaunt around the City of Churches (Adelaide). Our readers will regret to learn that Mrs M. Murrcn took another bad turn last week and is now an inmate of the Gippsland Hospital. An inwaid trouble is the cause of her illness, and it is feared an operation will be necessary. By latest word she was considerably easier. Trespassers on ' The Ridge" proper ty will be prosecuted. Poison is laid. The annual meeting of the Rosedale Rifle Club will be held in the Mec hanics' on Friday,...
CHILBLAINS AND COLD-SORES Zam Buk Speedily Ends Winter Skin Torture [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
CHILBLAINS AND COLD-SORES Zarn Buk Speedily Ends Winter Skin Torture Chilblains are a mild form of frost bite. The affected part, whether on hands, cars, or toes, is always much inflamed, and there is generally swell ing, redness, Bnd a paiuful, maddening irritation. Gentle applications of Zam Buk will quickly banish these discomforting sjmptoms, and, if the swellings burst, leaving the skin surface row and ulcer ated, 2am Buk is doubly valuable be cause of its unique healing and anti septic powers, "For many months,'' says Mrs A. Schutt, of Laria-street,Thebarton, Ade laide, 'my little girl Jessie was tor tured by chilblains, which broke out on her fec-t, hands, and ears. The itching irritation was awful. The (hilblains burst, and for three monthB Jessie was laid up. Her finders and toes were in a terribly raw state, then the skin peeled off and made them worse. The suffering she endured waB horrible. Although we used many ordinary ointments, Dot one of them did any good. It was on...
A GOOD SHAMPOO LOCAL GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
A GOOD SHAMPOO LOCAL GOSSIP I It will bo interesting to learn that a 1 | young lady in this town with beautiful glossy hair never washes it with soap. She says all I use ia 'Oecolo" sham poo, and sometimes a little ''Sulphur flair Restorer." The "Occolo" is very nicely got up in screw top jars. There is enough in one jar to mak-* 100 individual shampoos and the perfume is beautiful. You take a small portibu of the "Oocolo" and rub it well into the hair. As the foam begins to appear use a little more water. Cer tainly this little lady's hair did look beautiful, although many have strange ideas of a shampoo. But for an actual hair-grower nothipg equals pure "Occolo." It is perfectly harm less and sets the hair roots tingling with new life. It . gives a perfectly natural colour and keeps the hair beautifully soft and glo?ay. The "Occolo" costs only Is a jar and the "Sulphus Hair Restorer" 1/6 a bottle. Obtainable at L. J. Ridgway's Corner House, Rosedale.
ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB SMOKE SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
ROSEDALE RIFLE CLUB SMOKE SOCIAL A most successful smoke social, in connection with the above club ivas held at the Rosedale Motel on Wed nesday evening, the 2.)th till. There was a large attendance. Members from the Sale Rifle Club were present. Mr H. Brown occupicd the chair. An apolegy was received frcm Cr Kencvan, regretting that he could not attend. The tables were tastefully arranged and the caterer (Mr Schafer) left nothing that the "inner man'' could wish for. An excellent musical pro gramme was run through, everything was got off smoothly and there was not a dull moment throughout the evening. After the toast of The King had been honored, the chairman announced that the object of the social that evening was for the purpose of presenting the trophies to the winners in the recent competitions of the local club, and also for the purpose of bringing the club into prominence and fostering, a keener interest therein than in the past. Un fortunately, the chairman said, there were ...
SUFFERED FOR ELEVEN YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
SUFFERED FOR ELEVEN YEARS "I suffered continuously for eleven years with dizziness, sick headaches and lack of energy," writes Mr Wm. Johnson, 30 Oli phant'Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, N.Z. "I was recommended to. try Chamberlain's '"ab'ets and after taking one box I felt so wonderfully improved that I took a course of them, with the result* that they made a new man of me. Now I am always fresh, vigorous and healthy, all of which is entirely due to Chamberlain's Tablet" Sold by J. Williams, Rosedale
THE TROUBLE HAD DISAPPEARED [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
THE TROUBLE HAD DISAPPEARED "Some twelvemonths ago," writes Mr H. BraiJey, 2 Ebeleighi-street, Woollahra, N.S.W. "my daughter suffered considerably with chest complaint and my attention being called to anadvertisement on Chamherlain's Cough Remedy I decided to try it for her. The improvement was so marked after a few doses that we continued to give her the Remedy, and after two bottles we were indeed gratified to find that the trouble which we had drt?aded might become chronic had disappeared." Sold by J. Williami Rosedale
STATE SCHOOL NO 770 COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
STATE SCHOOL NO 770 COMMITTEE MEETING A special meeting was held on Monday, June 22. Present:-Mr F. J. M'Carthy in the chair, Messrs Cairns, Doolan, Doug lap, Wilson, and the Correspondent. Mr Cox, the head teacher also was present. After conlirmation of ihe minutes of previous meeting, the correspondence was dealt with. A letter had been re ceived from the Department stating that a new wooden room was to be erected, that being part of the improve ments to the school. The committee unanimously agreed to protest against a wooden room being built, and to urge upon the Minister the necessity of erecting a brick room. Mr Wilson moved, Mr Cairns seconded, that the Correspondent at on:e write to the Minister of Education, to have this alteration eftected-Carried un animously. The accounts for repairs to the school t.uilding were passed for pay ment on the motion of Mr Douglas, seconded by Mr Cairns. The meeting then closed. [The correspondent wrote a letter of strong protest re the wooden...
HON. W. PEARSON'S ABSENCE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
HON. W. PEARSON'S ABSENCE io the Legislative Council lastwCfk, cn a motion to grant leave of absence to tbe HOD. W. PearsoD.it was strongly opposed by Mr Recs, who said it was time a new |io§ of conduct was laker, up by the House iu granting ieave to members who apparently did not con sider thtir duiies sufficiently important to attend in the House to carry them out. Mr Pearson was absent when the last election in his constituency took place, and would be perhaps absent wheD aDcther session opened. It was not only derogatory to the House, but also to Mr Pearson's constituents. The Minister of Public Works interjected that Mr Pearson was ill, and Mr Rees' attack on him was unfair, Mr Evans asked Mr Rees would he support an attendance book "at the House. Mr Rees said he would. The irregularity of attendance in the House, be went on to say, was abominable, and he spoke as a regularly attendant for ten years. Mr Aikman reminded Mr Rties that he had been abroad during that time, but Mr R...
The Hon. T. Livingston, M.L A, (Minister of Education) Pays a Surprise Visit RED LETTER DAY FOR ROSEDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
The Hon. T. Livingston, M.L A , (Minister of Education) Pays a Surprise Visit RED LETTER DAY FOR ROSEDALE The Minister unexpectedly visited the above school yesterday morning, and was met by the Correspondent (Miss Cairns) and Messrs Cairns and Wilson, members of the local school committee. The exterior of the school building was inspected and the Minister was emphatic in his condemnation of the old building. The senior room was visited and a short practical address given to the children, who presented a very bright and intelligent appearance, and who listener1 to the Minister's re marks with the greatest at;ention. The respectful, courteous behaviour of the children was a marked feature of the visit. The Minister urged upon the chil dren the necessity of making a good use of their time and opportuuities and the advantage of having a gcod educa tion. Nowadays, the children had far greater opportunities and advantages than formerly, and it behoved them to make the most of them, for t...
THE GUN [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
THE GUN The Trafalgar Gun Club Champion ship, under the Commonwealth Spar row Champion conditione,tcok place on Wednesday, 2-lth u\t.,and resulted in a 1 Vm tor 1. A. UmpVie\bj wiUi 10 out ot' 2\ to\\9. H. ro\tm being tbo runner up. The former shot well fhrounbout the day, tilJi'Dg 33 out of 11 birds. The birds were a very fast lot, and the weather perfect for an eDjoyable day's sport. Umphelby secured the first leg-in for the club trophj (won thrice), and the fifth leg-in for the| Chapman trophy (won thrice). Sweeps were won or divided by Umphelby (8), Cummings (2). Polan, Rankin, and Knight. The leg in for the clay bird trophy (won twice) waa won by Knight, OwiDg to tht; bad state of the weather during July and August it is probable that the club will not meet again until September.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
SHIRE OF ROSEDALE PRESIDENT-A. G. FUTCHER, J.P. ' SECRETARY-JAS. STEEL LESTER, J.P. ENGINEER-H. L. KEYS COUNCILLORS . ROSEDALB RIDING-'Hon. E. Croofce, M.L.C., A. G. Futcher, J.P.i and T. A. Umphclby DKNISOH RIDING-*G. M.Davis, John Widdis, J.P., and T. Kenevan - -TOONGABUIB RIDING-*\V. A. Lang, D. Morgan, J P., and W. Henderson, J.P. . 'Retires August, 1914 ' .... SEW SHIRE HALL Officially Opened on Monday, June 16, 1913, by Mrs J. Widdis Wm. Allen, builder J. H. Lester, photo. MEETINGS FOR 1914 July 21 September 21 .November 1C August 17 Ootober 19 December 21 Give Your J ob Printing to tlie " COURIER" OFFICE. Satisfaction Guaranteed ! Wholesale Only-I»ETEKSO.\ & CO. I'i V. LTD., MKLKOl'KXE When your children have croup, do not \ waste valuable time in experimenting with | untried'remedies, no; matter] how highly they ? may he recommended,*hut give^Chamberlain's (I Cough Remedy as directed and all symptoms | of croup will quickly disappear. rootoids For Constipation, Bilio...
REMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
REMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS "I have great faith In Chamberlain's Pain Bairn," says Mr S. E. Hcncock, J.P. Kapun' da, S.A. "For many years I euffered with rheumatism in my arms and shoulders, brought on by a chill. Now a n application of Chamberlan's Pain Balm gives me instant relief and soon removes it. I recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm to all sufferers from rheumatism." Sold by J. Williams, Roscdalc ..J'.i -.*5 . "iU I . .4 i . -J