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TO THE EDITOR OF THE "COURIER" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 20 August 1914
TO THE EDITOR OK THE "COURIER" gressing so very nicely with his con genial task of burnishing the Fusionist candidate's much battered political armour and twisting the Piogressive Liberal candidate's statements, to imply that which they did not, that be acquired swelled head in a very acute form. He really began to imagine that he was the political "Kaiser of Cow warr." Mr Minchin resentsfranticaily, but impotently, the temerity of the "way-back man" of Licola in daring to interfere with his artistic, but tortuous, method of reasoning. He says in effect: "This man of the mountains must be suppressed, and I, 'the Kaiser ot Cowwarr,' hereby brand him a 'socialist.' I hrand him a fool also, for he thinks not as I do and all such must be fools." Poor Mr Minchin is not a king, with a glorious mission od earth, as his egotism seems to have led him to believe ; but a poor political knave of the Fusion brand, whose mission is to spread puny political romances of woes that are only im aginar...
CURED THEM BOTH [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 20 August 1914
CUBED THEM BOTH "I always use Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy and can recommend it to anyone who has children." says Mrs Barrett, Broom street, Katanning, W.A. "My two little girls Doreen and Sheila, were very bad with croup: Chamberlain's Cought Remedy was the only medicine that would give them relief. Alter they had taken two bottles th'ere was not.a trace of croup. Now I would not be without a bott.e of Chamberlain's Coit^h Remedy in my home." Sold by J. Williams Rosedale
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 20 August 1914
Tlieo. B. Little & Co. Stock and Station Agents. EOSEDALE, SALE, TRARALGON and HEYHELD. find -157 BOUBKE ST., MELI30UKNE Rosedale Sale Friday, August 28 THEO. 15. LITTLE A CO. will hold their next Sale in Kelly's Yard3, on above [lute, when they will sell 350 Head of Mixed Cattle 600 Sheep Acct Owner 10 Ayrshire Springing Heifers 30 Store Cows 3G Springing Cores 10 Ycv.i:^ Beifers BIG YARDING WANTED Further Early Entries Invited ENTRIES LEFT AT "COURIER" OFFICE will be duly advertised, or may be ..r.«nAd« with-A/, x.»x it. bw | Traralgon 8.UX Bonovon vt ni»s Saturday, August 22 ri>HEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sell at I the Borough Yards on the above date 50 Head ol Mixed Cattle, including fata 40 Fat Wetliera 800 Mixed Slieep 150 Ewes and Lambs Sale Horse Sale Wednesday^ September 2 THEO. B. LITTLE and CO in conjunc tion with CAMPBELL and SONS, will hold their next Horse Sale on above date, in Campbell's Yards. HEYFIELD Wednesday, August 26 HCIHEO. B. LITTLE and CO will sel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 20 August 1914
PHONE 10 £). F. Kleine ) iFamily Butcher ROSE DALE. Ifreiit for ROYAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. A.M.P. SOCIETY, Sound Investment f, Bonuses Annually W, Molloway Expert on Motor (Jars9 Motor Engines (OIL AND PETROL). BEPAIRS _A SPECIALITY Prince Street, Roscilale PUBLIC XOTICE A NT PERSONS shooting on say portion of tho HOLEY PLAIN ESTATE after this daco will bo PROSE CUTED E. J. CROOKE. Dentistry IWIKLKSS AXD I'KRKECT By a Now Mothofl-110 pricking'of tlio neodlo and no bad after effects. Every body Astonished. Why go to men who hurt you, whoa I positively assure you of ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRAC TIONS-MY SPECIALTY. MR TATTERM ViBitB ROSEDALE at Exchange Hotel SEPTEMBER. 11th ALL DAY MrC.Briuiell Trood (Phone No. i!5.) DENTIST. EAYMOND_ST., SALE Mr Trood ia your Local Dentiat. A BET OF TEETH £2 10a. Repairs by. Post will receive my .Best Attention. EXTRACTIONS GUARANTEED -PAINLESS. PUIJLIC XOTICE AI.L PERSONS TRESPASSING on "Glenwood" will be Prosecuted, without respect to persons R. MACREA...
THE Rosedale Courier. AND CARRAJUNG, DENISON AND WILLUNG GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 20 August 1914
.RHD ^O;;CTIALC ^O« AND CAHIIAJUNG, DKNISON AND WILLUNO GAZETTI: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1914 LOCAL AND GENERAL For Children's Hocking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, i/G Mr Talterpon, dtntist, will visit Rosedale on September, August lltl), aufl may be consulted at the Exchange I Hutul from 0 a.m. to 4.80 p.m. ''Chonp money," said Iho business man, ' Cheap food," tho labourer said j "Cheap beer," sung out old Dusty Dao, What matters, beef or bread ? "That's vory woll," observed tlio sage, But you'll agrco, I '111 sure, Cheap health is gained from youth to ago With Woods' Oreat I'eppermint Cure. The fricndB of Mr Jas Steel Lester will be E leased to hear that his son (Bert) who as been secretary of tho Quulburn Shiro nt Nagambie, liaa been appointed (out of a large number of applications J to be secre tary to tho important Shire of Heytesbury, having its headquarters at Cobden in tho Western District. Nominations for the RoBedale.races cloeo...
PATRIOTIC SENTIMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
PATRIOTIC SENTIMENTS In moving a resolution tit last week's council meeting, that £25 bo contributed by the council for the Shiro of Rosedale as an initiative to a patriotic fund for local con ! sideratiou to assist- the Lord Mayor of Melbourne, the President (Cr Futcher) said I it was painful to have to announce that England had become involved Jn a war the greatest war in history-now raging* in Europe. It was a war that emanated from one man-the Kaiser of the Germans. Great Britain, be was proud to say, had become thoroughly civilised, and it was the pride of tho Old Land. Australia had enjoyed over 100 years of peace as a result of that high state of civilisation. It ? wos not only her safeguard, but the safeguard'of all small nations. He was confident that the war would bring about a different understanding between nations. The President also men tioned that in England war was declared by parlimi'iit, but in Germany by the Kaiser, who WAS an absolute autocrat. Russia, ho believe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
GO TO R.Davis LYONS STREET, ROSEDALE For all kinds of Warm Woollen Goods for Winter Wear LADIES' & CHILDREN'S GOLF COATS, SWEATERS, KNITTED SUITS, BABIES' JACKETS, KNITTED BLOUSES, Etc. Also Dressmaking aDd Plain SewiDg neatly and quickly executed at PRICES TO SUIT -ALL Your Patronage Solicited' " Mamma's Going to Wash Me with REXONA SOAP! ftaby's chief charm lies in his soft and lovely *kin. To aequiro that purity ;;nd drWeary of skin health, use Kexona Skin ami Facial Soap. W'a.^'iin^ with Kexona Soap first takes away all impurity and dirt, then .siifteii> tin* skin cell* and acts a.« a tonic upon the cuticle, so that tho elasticity is strengthened, and th&lt;* result jjivcs the .soft bloom of health that wo see in .\irlv voiitu. Nothing so promotes and maintains the purity of the complexion, hand* and hair, under all conditions, as does Kexona Skin and Facial Soap. Jt cxc-ls in purity, delicacy and fragrance, for it is medicated on tho same principles as the fa...
THAT DANGEROUS HACKING COUGH Peps, the Direct Breathable Remedy [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
DANGEROUS HACKING COUGH Peps, the Direct Breathable Remedy That "dangerous backing cough" cannot be cured unless the internal ir ritation tbat provokes the cough is removed and the torn membranes re paired and made strong again. Here in lies the peculiar virtue oi the Peps breathable remedy. Thanks to the medicinal fumes tbat escape from a Peps tablet as it dis solves in the month, and which are breathed down the throat and bron chial tubes into the Iudl-s, the old Btanding cough ia treated and cured at its source. Peps clear the throat, loosens the phlegm, arid extend a healing, grateful and strengthening influence to the innermost recesses of the chest-tissues, far beyond the reach of mere liquid medicine. Being free from harmful drugs. Peps are the safest and best throat and chest medicine for old and young. Sold by all Chemists and StoreB at 1/6 or 8/ a box, or post free at same prices direct from C. E. Fulford(Aus.), Ltd., 89 Pitt-atreet, Sydney.
CUT OFF WITH A SHILLING [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
CUT OFF WITH A SHILLING Mr \Y. A. Cambridge, of Fiji, got the shock of liis life when bis uncle cut bim off with a shilling. This wasn't the undo in Fiji of whom we hear so much about occasionally ; but ho was a bit of a philanthropist too, in his way. Being much interested in the spiritual welfare of llie natives of Fiji (whom he had religiously plundered and oppressed during his lifetime) he left all his property to the establishment of an everlasting supply of hair oil for the fuzzy Fijians. Did W. A. sit down BDd cry ? No 1 he collected tho ehil IHag left him by hie kind uncle and posted it away it away (o the Secretary, I Eight Hour Art Union, Sydney. That shilling brought him the first prize worth £850. with part of which he upset his uncle's will on ihe grouiid of religious mania. This is partly the reason why the Fijiana still wear mops on their heads.
GOODWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
GOODWOOD (I'rom our own Correspondent) There is an old saying : "That be neath the rule of men entirely just, the pen is mighter than the sword." So might I say : "Tnat, in the great work of nature, beneath the blow of the axe entirely dealt, falls a great nation of timber." When one who was ac quainted with the Mullungdung State forest, consisting principally of eucalyptus muelleriana (yellow siringy bark), four years ago, and now returning as one being absent for that period, might think that some great fabled monster from Arabran legendary lore had swept down upon the body of matter and inconfutably disorganised nature's fine arboreal aspect. The way that this forest has been denuded of its trees during this last three years by the Goodwood Timber and Tram way Coy. seems almost incredible. When this company first entered to make operations, statements were made by many, that 20 years hence would not see the forest cut out by the sawmill, even though it were going to perform daily...
MR WISE AT YARRAM To the Editor of the "Chronicle" [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
MR WISE AT YARRAM To the Editor of the "Chronicle" Sir -Mr G. H. Wise at his meeting on Friday night stated emphatically that the Cook Government aid not de-1 sire to do any business or paw any measures, for they could have done so bad they wished. A digest of the time that the House of Representatives sat previous to Octobcr3i, 1913. will cllec tually disprove that statement. I he total time Ihe House sat was 287 hours &lt;52 minutes: the time occupied by questions and personal explanations was 20 hours 12 minutes, leaving 207 hours 41 minutes. Private members business took up 32 hours, leaving the time for actual Government busmes= hour- 41 minutes. During that time Ministers and their supporters sooke 202 times, occupying 66 hours ^2 minutes. Members of the Op position 350 times, taking up 161 hours minutes : the balance of 7 hours 17 minutes was taken up by the time used for divisions, and at the adjournment of the House. The longest speakers | of the Government side wer...
ALWAYS ON HAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
ALWAYS ON HAND '.My little boy John suffered with colds and croup and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was the only medicine that would give him relief," writes Mr John Norton, Marrawah, Tas. ''I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be the best medicine for these complaints and make a point of always having it on hand." Sold by J. Williams Rosedale.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
To Stand this .Season at Numbrok, and (ravel tho surrounding district, the well-known blocd stallion ASKELON is a Bay Horse, 8 veara old, 15.2} bigh, by Grafton (imp.) out of Equipose, by Trenton, dam Seo-Saw by Chandos from London Pride (imp.) by Honitou. Askelon won the 1909 Sale Handicap, and is a splendid jumper. Askelon has sired several winners. TERilS : £3/10/ for single mare. Re duotion for three marcs or over. Mares to be paid for when stinted. Due notice will be given. BEN. WHEELER, Proprietor. F It'a not only "The ("'jiversal Cur"-but the Car of Universal Satisfaction-Universal Service Universal Use. ford sales exceed all others, by a long cry-for the very i-oid raascn that (or years tho ForJ Car has given unmatched satisfaction, by a long run. Think What These L'rices Mean- for the Car that Ins atcod tho test: Ji-paasenyer, £19'-); ^-passenger, i'210; with nil equipment. Get Catalogue and Particulars from - SALE inrxvsRSAi* OA3R, 'Baltic' SEPARATORS NKW MO DI-X Prices fr...
KILMANY [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
KILMANY (From Our Own Correspondent) A very busy day is expected at the polling booth, as the people here show a marked interest in the election. Although Kilmany ia only starting to bud, yet we are pleased to find that there is a movement on hand for a patriotic concert and social evening for the purpose of raising funds in aid of the Australian Patriotic Empire Fund. We hope it will turn nut a big* success. This particular part is much in need of rain at present. All crops are look ing fresh, but if rain does not come shortly they will suffer. Grass at present is very scarcc.
ALWAYS GIVES RELIEF [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
ALWAYS GIVES RELIEF "Ever since my son Reggie was 12 months old I have given him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for croup," says Mr Joe. Stephens, Warran, N.S.W. "No matter how bad the attack miy be, after a few doses of Chamber* Iain's Cough Remedy he has always been lelieved, I have recommended Chamber lain's Cough Remedy to dozens of people as I consider it the best remedy for croup or colds, and would not be without a bottle in the house." Sold by John Williams, Roaedale
TERRIBLE BURN ON PALM OF HAND [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
TER1UBLE BURN ON PALM OF HAND "One night I struck a match and the whole box went off in my hand and I had a terrble burn across the palm," says Mr J.R.Worsley, Margate, Tas. "The pain was something awful. I went into the store and looked for something to relieve and noticed the word "burns" on the label of Chamberlain's Pain Ba'm. I poured the Balm freely on my band and the pain quickly disappeared i.nd I found the skin whole and the burn quick]y healed without even leaving scat." Bold by J. Williams, Rosedale
A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION The meeting convened by Cr T. A. Urn* phelby on Monday evening (as suggested by the Shire council) for the purpose of decid* ing whether Rosedale would fall into line with its neighboring towns by observing the universal half-holiday on Thursday afternoon in lieu of Wednesday, was poorly attended. There were present: Cr Umphelby (chair), Messrs Geo. luntoull, R. Green, W. Hol loway, J. B. Williams, C. F. Kleine, J, Doolun, L, J. Ridgwuy, G. Carlson. Several shopkeepers, unable to atteud the meeting, sent word that they were in favor of Thursday closing. After discuseion on the question, Mr Eleine suggested that ihe general public be given a voice in the matter. He moved : "That a petition be drawn up and o copy bo left in each business place for the public to sign whether tbey were in favor of closing on Wednesday or Thursday afternoon. All over 18 years eligible to sign same. Lists to be^iUidrawn on 12th September next." Tne motion was seconded by Mr G...
NAMBROK [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
NAMBROK (From a Correspondent) War and politics arc back numbers out here. The chief topic is ibe riding election, and once again tbe ratepayers are called upOD to decide the fate of (he seat now at slake. Tbe two con testants are very well known. In Cr Davis we have a councillor of long standing, and one who has a very good knowledge of local government, being thoroughly acquainted with the Shire requirements. He has rendered valu able services to the Shire during his term as a councillor. On the other hand, Mr Jas. Beimingham, by virtue of long residenca in the district, must be cognizant with Shire needs. Any way, he is quite energetic and capable enough of voicing his opinions at the table. It is quite on the cards that "Jim" will be returned this time as the district appears to be strongly in favor of a representative residing among them. However, it must be left to the consciences of the voters to decide. If they think that an infusion of new blood is necessary for the well be...
QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Rosedale Courier — 27 August 1914
QUESTIONS Mr C. Wilson : Can you pruve ihat Mr Kennedy Smith is a paid otganisei ? Mr Newman : It is always a difficult matter to prove such things, but you may depend Mr Kennedy Smith is not going around championing the cause of .the Liberal Party for the love of the ?game. Neither Smith or Packer had done a day's work in their life. (Laughter). Mr Wilson : You say the Rural "Workers' Log is a myth 1 Then how is it that it is reported in the papers ? Why was it coming into force on ist October 7 Mr Newman : You.got that out of the "Argus," but that paper had elim inated a lot of the foolish and fallacious statemeots contained in theA.W.N.L.'s leaflet. In the first place, I did not say it was a myth, but, "as an issue in this contest it is 'as dead as Cxsar,' be cause it has nothing to do whatever with any of the candidates or with the Federal Parliament." The Federal Parliament has not an atom of power to deal with the Rural Workers'Log in any shape or form. . The Rural Work ers' U...