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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

MILK Delivered twice daily (hiring the summer months, commencing November 1st. All milk is put through the Paasch Milk and Creaai Coolers. R. CRESSWELL. Notice. I HAVE taken over the business lately carried on by Mr E. Martin, sad dler, of Moore street, and trust by strict attention to business and providing' the best article at a moderate price to merit a fair share of patronage. Repairs a Specialty, And Executed at the Shortest Noticc. J. A. Shanahan, Saddler, MOORE STREET. Rochester Boot Emporium Ladies' and Gent's High-class Boots and Shoes kept in stock Best Quality Watcrtights and Children's School Boots at Reasonable Prices. BOOTS ^nd SHOES MADE TO lORDER and REPAIRED. E. EDWARDS MACKAY STREET (Next to Mrs Wliilla's Fruit Shop Sol. Green, MELBOURNE. ALL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED ON GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES. BUmOIHNI ADDBH8B— Sol. Green, , MELBOURNE, Humphris Bros, UNDERTAKERS — AND — r FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Artificial Wreaths with Domes, Shrouds, &c., kept in stqck,. A...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Five Pages. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Five Pages. To-day's "Express" consists of five pages. On the fourth aud extra page will be found A Suc cessful Irrigationist, Deakin Shire Council, Sheppartou Quickstep, Converting I^ucerne into Mutton, Irrigation in America, Water Borer's Claim, aud other interest ing reading matter.

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Rochester Co-operative Butter and Canning Factory. MEETING AT BAMAWM. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Rochester Co-operative Butter and Canning Factory. meeting at bam aw m. A large number of the Bauiawm shareholders and suppliers of the Rochester Co-operative Butler Fac tory assembled at the school on l'riday evening last to meet the directors and the general manager of the company in conference, to deal with various matters p^rtain tng to the business in its relation to the Barnawm district. The members of the board preseut were Messrs Burgoine, Cheetham, Mur doch and Macauley,with Mr Walsh, aud the manager, Mr Peter Mathe son. Mr J. II. Hewlett, president of the Bamawiu Settlers' Associa tion, occupied the chair. After some preliminary remarks by Mr Cheetham the meeting was ad dressed by Mr E. J. Walsh, the general manager, at some length. He dealt largely with the benefits ot co-operation, and in a cold, un emotional . mauner criticised its greatest -rival—the proprietary system. In short, he said some very unpleasant things in the pleas antest way. Mr Walsh led off by congratul...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Proposed Shire Pound. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Proposed Shire Pound. At last meeting of the Deakin Sbire Council a deputation repre senting Tongala and Koyuga Set tlers' Association asked . that a pound be established in the shire. Mr Stanlon said that he had counted 107 head of cattle between Watts' corner and Kyabraui one day. Cr Gunn said lie would like lo see a pound, but it would be a burden ou the ratepayers. He thought it would not pay. They would have to piovide a pound and a paddock r'ell grassed, and he believed the expense ' was not warranted. There were pounds at Kyabratn and Kchuca, not far away. Previously ihey had 011 a herdsman for some lime, and it had answered the purpose Cr Day said he was of the same opinion as Cr Gunn. They had previously appointed an inspector who ran the wandering cattle to the pound, and it had abated the nui sance. As there was likely to be a readjustment of duties of the thistle • and dog inspector, the officer might be employed to do his( work. Cr Power said that he also thought they w...

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Irrigation at Cohun[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Irrigation at Coh, VlDS, Mr W. J. Stirling, ^ | for a long time insp'ectoi I in the Rochester district s . » been for the hit mouth eJ!,.'? I a similar capacity at Cotun ^ I a temporary visit here. S that Irrigation cultivation ij1^1 1 ou satisfactorily, but be pre^ f prospscts ol the Rochest» »!? I uieuts. The irrigation d]^'"5, I much more isolated t'nau ia trict, aud the system less coX-'! Though for a comparativ^^r" period, when the Murray is'^' psople iu these areas ate ^ with water by gravitation, ■ greater part of the year (iu'^t season when most water is the water has to be pamp=d'£ the headworks. The Coining trict was one of the first irrij^ in the State, the water b;ipT;-v on there iu parts for over 20^' The grading there had bsea^-, crude, but under the direct^ Mr Stirling and his sbfl great i-. provement is taking place, are now adopting the check >vs£ of grading iu vogue in the Ro;k ter district, ia which the aistriy iug furrows are above the 1»T£; the land On Wednes...

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Ladies' Physical Culture Club. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Ladies' Physical Culture Club. An enthusiastic meeting of the Ladies' PhysicalCulture Club even tuated on Thursday evening last, when the election of officers for the ensuing season afforded much en tertainment. The elections resulted as follows:—President, Miss Lloyd; vice-presidents, Mesdamcs Haism.au Bird, Mcrtens, Saudisou, and Hart; secretary, Miss G. Ferguson; trea surer, Miss E. Young; committee, Misses 1\ Ham, L. Whitla, M. Gorman, G. Pleydell, K. M'Master and V. London: auditor, Mr R. J. Kelly; trustees, Messrs Raleigh and Armstrong. Several applications were received for the position of instructor to the club, and after due consideration the honor was con ferred on Mr A. Pattinson, who was elected cantain for the eusuiue .session. The openiug meeting of the club will take the form of a social in the Shire Hall next Thurs day evening, when all friends are invited to the feast of joy and beauty that will be piovided. Physical drill will begin at the lire station on Thursday,...

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Water Bore Expert's Claim CONTRACT NOT FULFILLED PLAINTIFF NONSUITED. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Water Bore Expert's Claim CONTRACT] NOT FULFILLED I'UIXTIFF NONSl'ITlil). The hearing was concluded ui ■ the Ikndigo County Court on Thursday, before Judge Box, of a -claim by Harry J. K. Brett, water Iwrer expert, of Vrana, New South Wales, for /;.>> 'is lid, work and labor done in boring a well on the properly o; William Harney, a larmev, at Kgertoti, near Elmore. There was a counter claim for LO 10s, representing the amouut paid fov "divining" the boriuu; site and rartiug Hie plant from Harney's place to an adjoining farm. ^rJ Keaue appeared for tbe plaintiff, aud Mr C. 1\ Neale (instructed by Mr Miles O'Neill, of Rochester) for defendant. •The case was commenced ou Wednesday afleruoon, when the plaintiff gave evidence iu support ®f Ids claim. When tbe heating was resumed ou Thursday uiorniug plaintiff de posed that when the agreement of 'itli February, l'llo, was sigucd a duplicate copy was signed by de fendant. This was handed to wit but although he had searched diligentl...

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Universal Sports Ground. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Universal Sports Ground. ( To the Iv.!;tur.'t Sir, — Permit me to say that letter appearing in your cos: potary's columns over the c; of several townsmen is badb' uess. All c'aises of the coosr are interested in the spjris e: towu and district, and it sbr lamentably bid taste in the px: ticm of a letter that takes n: and an unpopular one at that.Qi a fe.v minutes before I r;ai'j letter I was approached by o:; the writers, with others, aai: vited to attend a meetiug on.Tr. day night, "with auOpejej>: What kind of an open m:as« the authors of this proJOwB. this senseless rigmarole wiii-.a: racks for the raceeotr : was plainly written as a grinding effort on behalf ot * a that is making eatsm\ ' authors- This ;s the k.na -..t. that is lowering the ^tui.eot life ill Rochester. Th- c niittee turned down tlk^;;: offer of the race club i J use. of the racecotusc. li bers are pledge.! to a urt.iu .■■■ of action, and here v ; sectiou of the spartttig to-— tryiug to force the s hands. I am...

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A Tennyson Irrigation Area. APPROVED BY LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

A Tennyson Irrigation Area, APPROVED BY LAND HOLDERS. On'Fiiday evening, at the resi dence of Gr D. M'Intyre, a meeting of landholders in the district, as sembled for the purpose of delibe rating on the;advisability of having the district proclaimed an irrigation area, as •at 'Bamawm, with the pri vileges and responsibilities attached thereto, jir G. B. Gibbs, district engineer, aud Mr Cresswell, of the State Rivers iand Water Supply Commission, were present. Cr D. M'Intyre occupied the chair. In ad tiou there were present, amongst others, the following land-holders: —W. Cant, J. Steen, H Jasper, C. Sims, J. Patullo, A. M'Kay, T. Brereton.W- Rigby, J. A. aud J. L Worner and E. Steen. In response to the desire ex pressed by a number of landholders that an irrigation area should be. established at Tennyson the Water Commission correspondence on the subject lead:—What is now re quired is that a tentative register of irrigable land in the area be pre pared in the same way as if a dis tr...

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Item from P[?]ch. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Hems from puuch. Tc' ^ cntiud' u „f .ir-rfection, [ °0 *»' °.£!iveare Sk fiw"'1,11 JjUben lie sew Mating | brag these joungj VldlhinB shops and factones S^StfS?. a0t noticed Ok far lankiness is 0,1011 Wt marked physical charac (i0ubt they will all i«istic'hlle Reid's i» "m«; bccoaK ?f,?i suggest K»pl»»SbS ,\t present the, - ,r ~ ajj means '*%££«■<«*•*n w11, .„ ' ■ Tu~t a word in the mcJtUu .Mnslaugliter liopc of Pf J wish to reprove or h0™«for'afflost pernicious prac-: 1,101°n oL that will certainly tice' a" it, death" if it ,s uot ka r fed " The custom I complain jtalisliec; among drivers of ofis 1,111 It iT singularly pro ffi0loi-cau>. 1)e(itstrian who V0CfVC' subjected to it can refrain has been su ] ^ author diauffeur; 0 T This is—the car conies ; fn- round a corner on hut; f 1 creeping out of the shadows shoes, erteif f „ pcdesti'an. « r i ",e T1fC i,anS dear his heart is |:&,-d the bold inotorist fiendish desires in the kindliest 1 It adds insult to injur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

SANDHURST and NORTHERN DISTRICT TRUSTEES EXECUTORS and AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, ESTABLISHED ISH8. HEN MAKING YOUR WIEI, APPOINT this COMPANY EXECUTOR, it being empowered by Special Act of Parliamen w NO 979 to act as executor Or te/TJ stee, zmioh^tiey to nLiEZbTiD. JAS. P, B. McQUIE, Manager, View Street, Bendigo. J. T. KEANE, LL.B. BARRISTER aud SOLICITOR, 51 Pall Mall, Bendigo, And at ROCHESTER, ELMORE inglewood aud quambatook, Visits Rochester every Sale Day and a! other times when notified. Telephone No. 324. trust MONEYS TO lend. H. W. RALEIGH, B.A.. LL.B (Formerly H. M. Lee), Solicitor, Rochester Commissioner for Affidavits, Victoria and New South Vales. trust and OTHER MONEYS TO lend. No Commission ^hui'ked. messrs Cohen, Kirby&C©. Solicitors, See. Bendigo and Rochester, "DEG to announce to their clients and the public generally that on and after the 18th day of April, 191^, they will occupy their lie-v officcs at the new Shamrock hotel, and will attend Ro chester week...

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Elmore Handicaps. WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 29. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Elmore Handicaps. M'ki>nj;si>.vv, A run, -9. , The Klmore rates: winch take place to-morrow, promise to be a success. The entries ure unusually large. Fol lowing are the handicaps :— Trial Handicap. Five furlougs—Stella Gay 9.0; Chester Abbey, 9.0; Lucikoff, 8.8; Miss Hamling, 8'.2; Pine Hill, S.S; Dcoch rial Doris, 8 2; Miss Millstoue 7.12; Bally J in, 7.12; Me Dear, 7.10; Lecturette, 7.7; Turned Toe, 7.7; Marie laud, 7.5; Fooilass, 7.5; Chest Key, 7.5; Master Juuot, 7.5; Kaleeua, 7.3. . Kluiore Handicap. One mile—Tiu nonee, 9.0; Maidland, S.i2; Masher, 8.11; Algarra, 8.9; Chalmers, S 7; Lady Mer cia, S,5; Gold Mount, S.5; Brakespeare, 8.5; All Smiles, 7.10; Bent Foot, 7.0. Publicans' Purse. Five furlongs— Famie, 9.5; Masher, S.13; Mousseline, 8.10; Tinnoiiee, S.5; Algarara, 8 2, Maid land, S.2; Stella Gay, 7.12; Luciko£f, 7.6; Miss Hatnling, ^ 7.4; Deoch and Doris, 7.2; Asliworth, 7.2; Woodland, 7.U; Ballyiiu, 6.12; Me Dear, 6.12; Mas ter Juuot, 6.7; Kaleeua, 6.7. Buruewaug ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

\ '! iC s Orcnard and Garden 1 and 2-IIoFse CaMvafors . For many vcnrs we have been in close touch ith the best gardeners an 1 tarmers in this country, and with a thorough and practical knowledge of farm and garden work ourselves, we -.asily offer superior Tools for all purposes cf rlar.lir,^ and cultivation, and we state without f;ar of contradiction that C-^>? PLANET JN2?. CULTIVATOR _ _ make for the greatest economy ami efii-jiency hi cult i ration. * The No. 41. with our an.I. uov Attachment, is a boon to holders of irrigated, are^s. Pivot Wheel ('2 row) Culiii^lors are unequalled for vorkiug in Mr.i/.c Crops. Comljined Hill 2»J Brill' isadcrs. C-jili/aUrs, • Wheel Hess, fiicty flow; i.i LrjJ v;r:;;, for fcatk:! Gardens.; eti'i Uursanos. Complete Supplies ar.cl Duplicates alockcd. Send for IOl.i Catalojf'jo. aa^..T. T.ROBINSON & Co.pty.itd.' SPOTSWODD, Hear Hell Manufacturers cf »tl FAR 4 IHPLtMEHTS I M On!v City Showrcor j«rpooI Buildings, 530-538 Bouxfco St. larWill...

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Methodist Church. A SOCIAL WELCOME [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Kelh^15' Church. ,50CIAl Wf " a iiV:^ con, • ni"f ; ,ir u- G- Hart , ■W " 3,rl\vassi!pp0rt(:d ami Captain ^RcV-J' '... Reid, of llie '•> Lf£U'e'ff guwis of the fccl*"3"'' , at tl.e organ, V\ ' an ajwlog)' cif J'Rogers, who on be ReV'rilurch of England con liie .,d d a hearty we! ^tv.G. T^e8r 9nd Humphrey- . ha(1 met ffi,eB'iiylr"USMdingly i&SssBrS F'JS?nv,r. Mr Mason •So come to Rochester or ^Australa. The church !3, numeiit to his energy, and • ^ihat the Rev G. I tf gear < n>eu,o.ialofh>s>u.n, ;^4l; mi.mterdid h.s part ■ Jiht that the congregation . also do their duty. He j ,l,at Mr Trcgear would get i ncome from all the dis . Lib' 'i!1 1,e heaUl ° u 'eentlemen the p:oplo would by their presence amongst •„ (Applause) ■ Iodise, Miss Uormau Hart paid that on behali cf Methodist body he had great 'm welcoming the Kev. J. ^eL in reply, said that he Iri&lt hat a new man, ami no i[r Trei;ear'.s feelings were tj. own."" He congratulated on their line...

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The "Express." (Established 1973.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1914. OUR FREE LIBRARY AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

'Established 1S73.) POaUJUt'O TOBiDW ANJ MORNINOS TUESDAY, APRIL 2S. 1914. OUR. FREE LIBRARY AND - MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. At the late conferencc betwten the Nanneelia settlers and their parlia mentary representative, Mr M'Ken zie, there was discussed a number of matters of first importance to the meu on the land, but none of them occupied more attention than their requirement for social Inter course and mutual improvement, towards the attainment of which the establishment in the settlements of reserves, halls and mechanics' institutes were a necessity. Mr M'Kenzie expressed his fullest sympathy with them in their laud able ambition in this direction and promised eyery assistance towards their object, as far as the Act per mitted. All present seemed im pressed, with the advantages deriv able from the existence of a hall and a librae iii their midst. This is a pleasing indication ' of tbe in telligence of the settlers and their recognition of the exteut to which educatiou and mental im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Shfj fey-Ai J © IB Mi p '% « k m Chester.. Timber : and Iron Plumbers, Builders^ @ontractor% ^iid Hardware Merchants* Cheapest and Best Place for all" HARDWARE LINES, Specialties for April Tyzack's Eiephaat One-way Discs, 20" and 18" Cultivator Points Hornsby's Cast bhares Wrought and other Shares jj-Cabe Wheat Fickiers and Biuestone Windmills, Troughing, Piping Tanks and Baths Linoleums and Floor Covering's On Hand, LARGE and VARIED STOCKS OF BUILDING MATERIAL AND HARDWARE. Specialties for April. Wire Netting, 36 x 2 x IS, 12s per 100 yds Do do 36 x 1H x 18, 16s do Do do 36 x 1'A x 17, 24s do Do do 30 x 4 x 16, 12s 9d do Fencing Wire, best German, No. 8 black, £8 5s per ton Do do do do 8s 6d per cwt Barb Wire, gal., imported, 12g, 15s per cwt Do do ao do 14g, 16s 6d per cwt Watson's Staples, per 561b bag, 13s; do, per 11b bag, 3d Droppers, 2 x 1, 7s 9d per 100 200 IWatt Tanks, square, 32s 9d each Sags for all purposes ■H3nSSBK3BKB304 Jewellery, Jewellery. LADIES fe have jiist purch...

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Moonee Valley Races [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

Moo nee Valley Races The above races took place to day, with the following results:— Hurdle Race—M'Alpine 1, Black Native 2, Calabash 3. 7 to 2 agst winner. Two-year-old Handicap—Veronal ], Laucerette St. Pierre 3. 4 to 1 agst winner. Eight Hours Handicap — La George 1, Monodia 2, Avenport 3. y to 2 agsc winner. ( Steeplechase—Moroka 1, West port 2, Trautbolt 3. Moroka was disqualified for carrying short weight, and the race awarded lo Westport, whose price was 8 to 1. Plate—Elbro 1, Sharpshooter 2, Dumfries 3. 15 to 1 agst winner. Purse—Culwalla 1, Gold Braid 2, Duras 3. 'J to 2 against wiuner.

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TELEGRAMS MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. Cure for Consumption. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 28 April 1914

(From Our Own Correspondent.) Mklbourke. Monday Evening. Cure for Consumption, Dr Paget, who claims to have a consumption cure, arrived at Mel bourne this moruiug on bis way to America. He iutends experiment ing in Australia providing the Go vernment will aid him". Eight Hours' Day. Twenty thousand unionists marched in the Eight Hours' pro cession to-day. The streets were thronged with enormous crowds of people, estimated at 60.00U, who travelled iuto the city this morn ing by traiu. Disappearance of Racehorse. In connection with the disap pearance of the racehorse little Eriar, Harold Bray, 3-3, racehorse owner, surrendered himself to the police to-day and was arrested 011 a charge of having stolen I^ittle Friar. Weather Forecast. Mr Huut's forecast for the next 24 hours is as follows:—Un settled throughout, with more or less general rains.

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Not Necessary. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 1 May 1914

Not Necessary. A Lancashire landlady, whose repu- | tation for over-feeding her boarders was not great, brought in the supper tray, and after she had set the vari- j ous items before the solitary boarder ' she said, "Shall I light the gas?" | The lone one looked at the scanty ; meal before him, and replied, "Well, '• no, it isn't necessary—the supper is j light enough."

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"My Mother's Eyes." [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 1 May 1914

"My Mother's Eyes." A newspaper recently invited its readers to state in a few words what they considered the most beautiful thing in the world. The first prize was awarded to the. sender of the answer, "The eyes of my mother." "The dream of that which we I'now to be impossible," suggested an ima ginative person, and this brought him second prize. But the most amusing thing was that which read— "The most beautiful thing in the world is to see a man carrying his mother-in-law across a dangerous riv er without making any attempt to drop her in."

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