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NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
M1BM0X (From. Our Own Correspondent) The rain lhat fell on Monday night last will do an immense amount of good, especially to the recently planted grain, but much more is required be foie prospects would be considered good. There is plenty of time for a good fall without any damage to the crops. It is the flock owners that are the worst off, as lambing has sommenced and there is no gra3s to speak of, and the ewes in some cases are in rather low condition. A good percentage is hardly to be expected. There has been good enquiry for grain and hay during the week, and a few stacks of straw have been sold to go to neighboring districts. The rep resentative of JohnF. Goulding reports having sold 120 tons of prime oaten hay, on account of a local farmer, to a local buyer at a highly satisfactory price. There is still'a good bit of hay left in the district, and a few oat stacks yet to be threshed. Ploughing and sowing are nearly finished. Several farmers h ve already finished. The total are...
AUSTRALIAN COMPANY SUCCESSFUL LITIGATION IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
AUSTRALIAN COMPANY SUCCESSFUL LITIGATION IN ENGLAND During tho last few years the cele brated Australian drink "O.T." has become os well-known in Kuglnnd as it is in its birthplace. So successful is it in the obi land that its makers are experiencing the fnwe evil that tbey have bad to fight in Australia : Pass ing off inferior substitutes by dishonest relailers. A case was beard at South hampton last month against a hotel, keeper who foisted an imitation upon unsuspecting customers. The hearing lasted several days, and after hearing lengthy evidence the judge granted an injunction with costs in favour of O.T. Limited.
WILLUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
WILLUNG. (From Our Own Correspondent) After the long spoil ot dry weather a few light showers fell hero on Monday evening. Alto gether 12 points were registered. More rain is badly needed for tho crops. In Borne paddocks water for | stock is getting very short, and, i£ a good downpour does not come soon, nearly all the waterholes will bo dry. Grass is very short, especi ally in paddocks which wore swept, by tho buwYi firca in March. I The residents are very jubilant over the .severance being granted and are looking forward to the time when everything will be settled, as some of the roads and bridges re quire attention, especially the latter. In some places they are in a dan gerous state. The local State-school is under going a little renovation. Mr M'Carthy, the contractor, has his men hard at work painting, etc. A large window has been put in in the west end, which will give con siderably more lightand ventilation to the school. A larger porch has been erected in place of old one, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
Gippsland 31 (mum e n t a I Works TMHA-LGON (On Kailway Reserve, next W. Macdonnld's hhc&lt;U) W. BIliD, Jun. Monumental & General Mason Estimates and Designs Submitted Inscriptions Cut and Repainted GENERAL REPAIRS . Workmanship Equal to I3cst Melbourne Firms DEAL. Locally AND SAVE AGENTS* COMMISSION All Correspondence Promptly Attended to For Chest Weaknesses in Young and Old, give NEIFOLINE, Challman's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Glycerophosphates it is invaluable CHALLM&N, Chemist, Traralgon Guardian Assurance Co. FIBE ACCIDENT WOBKERS' COMPENSATION ESTABLISHED NINETY YEARS Auaotn 0:7,000,000 Local Agent-David G. O'Donnell, Hryfielrf fyaipotli Winter Sale START THEIR Winter Sale Bargains in Every Depaitment Down go the prices on all Winter Goods See t'ie Price List everywhere The very chance you have been waiting lor to get- the new garment you want at a mere fraction of its real worth Winter G-ood* Slaughtered in the middle of the season just when you...
TOONGABBIE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
TOONGABBIE From Out Own Correspondent A meeting of the Toongabbie Pro gress Association was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday, when twelve members were present.. The movement amongst district stock-owners to request the Railway Department to have trucking yards erected at the local railway station, was again discussed A letter con cerning the matter was read from Mr Barnes, M.L.A., and in it he slated he would be glad 10 interview the Rail way Commissioners, and put before them any tepresentations furnished to him. Mr W. Heywood was deputed to collect the required information, and to have it forwarded to Mr Barnes as early as possible. It was decided to keep the asso ciation in existence, and Cr Hender son, J.P., was re elected president, and . Mr J. O'Meara recretary. The membership fee was fixed at 2 s.
FIRE AT SALE RAILWAY DESTRUCTION OF GOODSSHEDS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
IFIRE AT SALE RAILWAY DESTRUCTION OF GOODS SHEDS About a quarter past i o'clock on Sunday morning the large goods-shed at the Sale railway-station was dis covered to be on fire. The reflection of a great glare on the bedroom win dow of Miss Jessie M'Donald awakened that young lady, who com municated with her bother, Dr M'Donald, by whom the alarm was raised. The firebell was rung, and the foghorn sounded, and a quick response being made by the firemen and a large crowd. It was at once apparent that nothing could save the building, built of galvanised iron and wooden supports and rafters. A good stream of water was played upon the mass of smoke nnd flame, and the efforts to save (he main station buildings and the trucks and carriages standing on the rails were successful. The contents of the shed were completely destroyed. For tunately ili.y were not very extensive, the builJing having for the most part been cleared on Saturday, and on that afterno in at .j. 30 the placc was Jockcd u...
CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH "I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy when my children, Andrew and Beulah were attacked with croup and whooping cough," writes Mr! C. Collis, Hatton stree', South Broken Hill, N;S.W. "I have never found a better medicine for these complaints and give it to my children with the greyest con fidence. I have no hesitation in recom mending it to everyone," Sold by T. William's, Rosedale
GUARD YOUR CHILD'S CHEST PEPS are the Real Safeguard Against Coughs and Colds [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
GUARD YOUR CHILD'S CHEST PEPS are the Real Safeguard Against Coughs aud Golds There is always a lot of throat and cliest trouble among children at this time of the year, when tlie tempetatura changes so suddenly. Even if the little ones escape bron chitis or croup, how easy It is for a seemingly simple cold to bring about serious ana offtimes permanent chest mischief. There is danger, too, of pleurisy or pneurnonia.for the chests of children are susceptible to sudden changes from heat to cold. The careful mother will guard against tbeso dangers by keeping bandy a bos of Peps, the pleasant breathe able medicine in tablet form, which is a real safeguard against coughs, colds, obille, and throat soreness. The great faith of the old fashioned home remedies for coughs and oolds ia ibit they do not cure but merely hide for a time the prominent symptoms. Peps, on the other hand, rely on the soothing, healing, antiseptic and germi cidal properties of certain essences which take the form of ...
WORKED WONDERS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
WORKED WONDERS "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Rcmc* dy for years/' says Mrs Elizabeth Bingham, Kent-street, Teneriffe, Q. "One of my sons was so bad with continual colds that I really feared he would develop consnmption. Three bottles of Chambhrlan's Cough Remo« dy worked such wonders that 1 am no longer anxious about him. When my grandchild had whooping cough I gave it Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it was soon free of this distressing complaint." Sold by J. Williams I Rosedale.
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
GORMAKDALE (from our own CorrespondentJ The weather still keeps mild 'for the time of the year. The rain which fell last week had the effect ol refreshing up the crops and grass which are, speaking generally/looking well. We have had several frosts altho' these have not been very heavy so far. Residents are pleased that the deviation at Thomas* Hill has been surveyed and that the grade runs from i in jo to i in 50. This alteration of road when completed will be a boon to the travelling public. Invitations are out for the wedding of Mr Arch Morley and Miss Scar borough. The ceremony will take place in the church, after which there will be a wedding breakfast for the elder ones, io the hall. A social and dance for the young folks takes place in the evening, A social, farewell and presentation to Mr and MrsBritnell has been fixed for July 10 when there will, no doubt, bea crowded hall, to say goodbye to our neighbors. Mr Britnell with his practi cal knowledge of stock ailments and how ...
A NEW J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
A NEW- J.P. Before business was proceeded with at the Rosedale Court on Friday last, the Clerk of Courts (Mr Thomson) took th&lt;; opportunity of congratulating Mr Geo. Rintoull on his appointment as a Justicc of the Peace, and said he was the right man in the right place. The chairman (Mr Jas. Steel Lester) also congratulated Mr Rintoull on his appointment. Constable Brown, on behalf of the Police, extended his congratulations, and said that Rosedale and district were fortunate in securing a man of Mr Rintoul'.'s calibre, and trusted that he would be spared for many years to occupy his honored position on the Bench. The business of the court was then proceeded with, a few small cases being disposed of.
MR LIVINGSTON, M.L.A. RECEPTION AT EXCHANGE HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
MR LIVINGSTON, M.LA, BECEPTION AT EXCII&NGE HOTEL After having duly inspected the l*cal State-school, Mr Livingston) M.L.A., new Minister of. Education, was welcomed by a representative gathering from the town and surrounding district in the Exchange Hotel diningroom. Cr J. Widdis, who was voted to the chair, said he had much pleasure in welcoming Mr Livingston among all old friends. He congratulated him on having received the portfolio of Minister of Education and hoped he would now be in a position to help them in school matters as he was the right man in the right place. He also drew attention to the existing c nditions of schools at the Nambrok Plains, and apokgised for tlio hurried gathering. The health ef the King was then proposed and duly honored. Mr E, Cox, the schoolmaster, joined with the chairman in congratulating Mr Living ston on his elevation to olGce, and endorsed tho romarks made to the backwardness of of existing school conditions. He was sure Mr Livingston...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
Carelessness in drying and exposure it c»!d woathor will ruin tho nicest hands. Tlie skin Rets rough and hard, and ©ran cracks and bleeds, and tho cold enteri every time the wound opcnsnnfcw*. 7/im Huk ia ft pl« nsant and pcnr*rfni .-kin Scaler. II Z.im-Buk bo rubbed in. .Mai . an old glove worn at night, the akin u»:.j ho kept soft and white all winter. Xnsn. Buk has the great advantage of being absolutely pure and easily aUi rbul, nul therefore highly healing. Itub it in. tfoaura d« ViatjarU, Forb*«, N.S.W (ind »tor#» for 1,9 »#r W*; /.mily i twarlv .four t»m«* i\* * toti /row* &lt;A# ifan-ifui Ct., ri)t 3t,, 8*rt«iy. / bohinJ a cut tiia1. , keeping handy a po*. ot that . k groa*. antiseptic htaicr, Z«m» " ' . ^u'&lt;, m a wise a:t.l necessary ?rQ* .$, caution. Thcsro is n.^thln^ :U& Zam-Cul* for soothim;, purify ing. an.1 healing n wound. The gfc unique composition and her bal origin c! Zam-Buk, and Its groat I'HlinhiHty havo won for it a place in most % h...
ROSEDALE SPORTS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
ROSEDALE SPORTS CLUB The annual meetibg of the above club was held in the local hall on Fri day evening last. Present: Messrs J. Cairns (chair), F. Anderson, W. Holloway, J. Smith, T. Keoevan, H. Brown, H. M'Caithy, T. Ayres. A A"-, -r. x«iiy, c. Ayrcs, F Oplp" W. Sherrard, (J. Carlson and tne Secretary. . Financial Statement After the confirmation of the minutes, the secretary produced the balance sheet for the Boxing Day meeting, showing a net profit of .£24/13/5, was received and adopted. The chairman said a good deal of discussion had taken place over alter ing the day of the meeting. A great number of the committee and residents thought it was going to De the end of the Rosedale Sports Club, but he was pleased to be able to say they had done the right thing in changing the sports fixture from Easter Monday to Boxing Day, and much credit was due to the secretary, who had worked very hard to make the meeting a success. The chairman said be bad examined the books carefully and fou...
"WARE HAWKS" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
"TOE MTO" A. coupls of hawkers were a_ounC Ros dale &lt;>nd disnict a few days ago, offering for sale brush and liiware, which, according to iheir story, was made at the Institute for the Blind. The men (an elderly and ayoung man) had a covered in waggon laden with merchandise, followed by a yellow dog. It is also stated that they had the In stitute's emblem-a crown, on the side of the vehicle One person on whom they called was somewhat suspicious as to the genuineness of their story, and wrote to the Institute. The fol lowing reply was received and handed over to us for publication : - Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind, St. Kilda Road, Melbourne. In reply to your enquiry re men hawking brushware through Gippsland, ostensibly for this Institute, I beg to inform you that we do not employ any hawkers whatever, nor do we supply the Institute's goods to such. As the Institute sufiers a good deal from mis representation of this class, I shall be glad if you will tell any...
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
GOLF This afternoon the Indies are to play a stroke competition for tropby pre sented by Mrs Wilson. Play to atarfc at 2 p.m. Only four competed in men's avenfc yesterday afternoon, tbe winner being Mr G. M'Kenzie with 101-32-GD. Several trophies have toon promised aud a printed programme for tbe season is being arranged.
POLITICAL ITEMS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
POLITICAL ITEMS Our Gormandale correspondent writes: Mr Jas. Bennett, M.H.R., addressed a representative gathering in the local hall on Saturday evening. Mr C. O'Connor occupied the chair, and in troduced the speaker. Mr Bennett spoke of the reason for the double dissolution of both Houses, and the causes leading up to i'. The program of the Liberal Party was dealt with in a lucid manner, and the candidate had a good hearing. At the close of the meeting, several questions were asked, and answered to the apparent satisfac tion of the questioners. Owing to the insufficient notice, the meeting as announced for yesterday at n a.m., by Mi G. H. Wise, could not be held. Three or four electors turned up and a chat took place. It is a hard matter to get woid round these scattered districts on a short notice. It is a pity the meeting was not held as tbe electois heed to hear both sides of the political issues at stake, Mr Wise addressed a very large audience at the Rosedale Mechanics' Hall l...
PAKENHAM ORANGE BLOSSOM Douglas-Bell [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 2 July 1914
PAKENHAM ORANGE BLOSSOM Douglas-Bell A wedding, which for some o weeks has caused much interest in our midst, took place on Wednesday, June 24, in the Presbyterian Church, the contracting parties boing Miss Grace Bell, daughter of Mr Robert Bell of the Railway depart uiout, and Mr Malcolm C. Douglas, son of Mr William Douglas, engaged in the Railway service at Rosedale. Long before the ceremony commenced, the church was filled and a large number had to be content with an outside view. Punctually at 2.30 the Bridal Party ar rived, headed by Mr Douglas senr,in his Douglas Clan costume, and playing the wedding march on tho bagpipes to the church entrance. On entering the church, Mrs John Henry played the Lohengrin Bridal March. Tho Rev. B. Murray, of Williamstown, who, by a coincidence christened the bride 21 years ago, was the officiating clergyman. At the conclusion of the ceremony, as tho young couple left the church, Mrs Henry played the wedding march by Mendelssohn, and showers of...
ROSEDALE STOCK SALE [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 9 July 1914
ROSEDALE STOCK SALE I Theo. D. Little and Co. held their 1 ?monthly stock sale at Bosedale on the 26th ult. There vra; n very lair yarding consisting of about 200 bead of cattle and COO sheep. Practically the lot changed hands. Cattle-Fat cows, ^C/2/6 to .£7/9/; fat bullocks, light weights, ^6/19/; fat heifers, £0/2/6 to £7 ; springing cows, ^"4/17/G fo jQG/lSj ; springing heifers .£3/14/ to £6/5/; steers, 2-yr old, £3 to £4/10/ ; heifers, backward, to £4/5/; poddies £1/1/ to £1/ 16/; bullocks, 3-yr-old, good condition, £6. Sheep-Fat wethers, £1 ; crossbred ftwes, in lamb, 4, G, and 8-tootb, 19/7; eomback ewes, rather low oondition, very forward in lamb, 16/7 ; weaners, small frames, 11/7 ; store wethera, email frames, lu/7.
VICTORIAN PRODUCERS' CO OPERATIVE Co. LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 9 July 1914
VICTORIAN- PRODUCERS' CO OPERATIVE Co. LTD. Report:-A fair yarding at our market in the Sale Borough yards on Satur day last, and a total clearance effected. The following ire the principle sales: Acct. Mra Lyons, fat comeback wethers at 17/7, same owner crossbred weaners 18/, aged comeback ewes 8/; Miss Mackintooh's poddies -£1, Mrs Man ning's store cows £4/8/G. We sold privately :-Acc1. Robert Cobain, 85 head of youug cattle £2/2/, acct. James Cobain, 45 young cattle, his own breeding, at a satisfactory figure ; I aoct. James Cloak 30 poddies at 33/. These lines were purchased by a Mel bourne buyer. Acot. H. F. Richard son, truck fat crossbred wether3 at 28/6,same owner's fat lambs 16/6; acct. John O'Brien, fat cows at £8 ; acct. James Cloak, 170 comeback wethers, -1 and C-tooth, forward coivlition, at 18/, acct. Alt Napper, 310 crossbred ewes, 4 and 6 tooth, Jarge frames, at 23/G; and several other smaller lots at ruling rates.