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How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach Acids. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

How to Neutralise Dange* reus Stomach Acids. I • . h'ew people besides physicians realise the importance of keeping the food .contents of the stomach free from acid fermentation, | Healthy normal digestion cannot take place while the delicate lining of the stomach is being inflamed and distended by acid and wiud— the results of fermeutiug food in the -stomach. To securc perfect digestion, fermentation. must be stopped or prevented, and the acid neutralised. For this purpose physicians usually recommend get ting a little bisurated magnesia from the chemist and takiug half u^teaspoonful iu a little hot or cold water immediateiy after eating. They recommend bisurated mag nesia because it is pleasaut to take, has no disagreeable after effects, aud instantly stops fermentation, neutralises the acid and makes the sour acid.food bland, sweet1 aud easily digested, The regular use of bisurated magnesia—be sure you get the bisurated, as other kinds of mag nesia are of ht'le value—is an ab sol...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Commission on Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

Coffl®issi°n on Closer Settlement. While the State Ministry lias de cided on the recomuiendatiou of Messrs Livingston a ad Thomson, M'sL.A., to refer the question of control of closer settlement in Vic toria to a royal commission, it has yet to receive the main report 9f the sub-committee. Only a progress report has been submitted as yet. The final ^report, which is to cou talu a great mass of information, compiled duriug six months of investigation, is now being prepared. The sub-coinmittee found many cases of complete failure among the settlers, and while the appointment of a royal commission is iis chief recommen dation, Its members are known to incline towards a liberalising of the terms of which settlers are placed on the land. As far as the English laudseeker is concerned the Immi gration Bureau has not beeu par ticularly successful of late, and one of the contributing causes of its comparative failure has been the want of care of its officials in the earlier selections. The i...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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The Rochester Races. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

Rochester Races. It is confidently anticipated by the committee of the Rochester Jockey Club that their .summer meeting, which takes place o:i Wed nesday next, will prove one of the most successful gatherings that have overtaken place upon the course. A large increase has been made in the prize list, which now considerably exceeds^ 100 in addition to a tropliy valued at j£7 Ts donited by the Northern Timber and Hardware Co., lobe presented to the winner of the Rochester Handicap. The grounds committee visited the course during the week and found the track iu good order. They are now making all the necessary arrange ments for the comfort and conveui ence of patrons. After this meeting the club will spend a large sum in the permanent improvement of; the ground. Thesaddliug paddock will he enlarged, and u separate enclos ure constructed for the accommo'ia tion of the racehorses. A new secretary's office will be erected, and not before it is wanted for the present structure is liable to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

■ - ••• SOROSES HAIR TONIC. ^^"Tfais" Dreparatj0u • is unsurpassed as s-hair food and dandruff, preventative. "A-little sprinkled on the head uighv .and'morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders. baldness impossible. Soroses liair. Tonic will absolutely grow bair.'aud prevent it .from falling out. - If imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, and "brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. • Price 3s 6d. Obtainable at Warden Bros. . A number of wheat lumpers eih ' ployed at the Elmore railway station on. Saturday last applied for an extrashilling per day, intimating that, if their request were not ac ceded to, they would desist from furtlier work. Subsequently, the general body of lumpers met, aud p,roffered a. similar' demand, with a •similar threat. The agents, after conferring, decided to grant the in crease demanded, making the wages 8s per day. and work has proceeded uninterruptedly. The doll is probably the most antique of toys. It has been found inside the graves-...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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TELEGRAMS MELBOURNE, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

(FroiuPur Own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Thursday Kvenius. George Macouochic, alias Daniel Win ters, to-day pleaded guilty to the pre sentation of a false document in connec tion with claims for maternity I.hjlius for two non-existent children . and *vaB committed for trial. /Vlice Maud, nurse, was to-»day further remanded on a charge of performing an alleged illegal opcr.i'ion on Cissie Shields, who the police said, may uow possibly recover. The police have been advised of the arrest at JJurbau, S.A., of Douglas St Calir Major, 2*1, ou a charge of abduct ing Clareucc Ariuiesoi), 11, from his guardian, Mrs Armieson, of Windsor. Both A'ill be brought back. The residence at Royal Park of John Ailhu^M.P. for Bendigo, wns broken into lastnightand thoroughly ransacked. Da'.ails of the robbery are not known as the family is at the seaside. Julian 5,'eale, children's boot and shoe manufacturer^ Richmond, told the Interstate Commissiou- to-dav that al though he was no;v 'the only manufac tu...

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SENTENCED TO SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

SENTENCED TO SUICIDE, In future criminals condemned to death In. Nevada, U.S.A., are to be al lowed to cliooso between being hanged by the public executioner and volun tarily committing suicide by swallow ing prassie acid. This, of course, Is no new thing. The ancient Greeks had a similar cus tom, and at a comparatively late date iiie city of Marseilles, earned for i! self au unenviable notoriety by pre paring and keeping. In. stock, at - tin public expense, quantities of a deadl;> poisoii; which tliose adjudged guilty of certain crimes were forced to swal low. Up till quite recently, too. the Sul tans of Turkey used to send a silken cord to such of their Ministers aud other officials as had incurred thei; grave displeasure, and the hint ua. always taken. The recipient leisure Iy set to work to put his world!.' affairs in order, then strangled him self. In Japn, again, noblemen stiil claim the right to commit harakiri—suicide by disembowelling—by legal suffer ance. in order to pr...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Methodist Church Quarterly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

Methodist Church Quarterly Meeting. _«•» The meeting of the 'official;; of tile Rochester Methodist circuit held on Wednesday >vas presided over by the Rev II. S. Heath. The membership returns showed an increase for the quarter, and the balance-sheet indicated a healthy fiuanciai condition The amount contributed to the Foreign Mission l''und of the church reached nearly ,^4Q. Messrs H. F. .Warden and J. T. Iliiues were thanked for their services as senior and junior circuit stewards respcciivcly and re-elected for the ensuing 12 months Mr J. T. llaines rvas elccted representative to the foitll eouring annual conference and Mr If. K. Warden substitute representative. A sub-committee was appointed to ar range for a fitting celebration of the Centenary of Australian Methodism and to assist in organising the Thanksgiving l'uud for Victoria and Tasmania, the aim of ivltieh is to raise at least 1,100,000. This effort will be launched at the en suing conference, but already several subs...

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RETALIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

RETALIATION, "I have here," said the agent, "& combined washing machine and wring er—•" -» e "Well, t don't want any such con traption," interrupted Mrs. Curfew. "I have a combined washing naachluc and wringer of my own, and i£ you will look In tho wood-shed there ,vc>u will see it, where the neighbors' ehii dren have been playing horse witn it. That machine was sold to me. three or tour months ago by your twin brother, or a man <v'uo looked enough like you to be your twin bro ther. only he had an impediment in his hearing, and it was painful the way I had to yell at him to make him understand, and I'm sure everybody within five miles' must have known that t was buying a combiued washing machine and wringer, with an attach rnent for milking cows "I don't understand why nearly all (lie agents who conic here have in firmities of 0110 kind or another. -One is so deaf that you can't undcrstanc what he says, and another's eyes an so poor that he can't hoar a word yo...

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Shocking Catastrophe DOUBLE DROWNING FATALITY AT RESTDOWN. SISTER AND BROTHER. MARY AND JAMES GODFREY. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

Shocking Catastrophe I.IOPLU.K drowning Vatauty AT RESTDOWN. SISTER AND BROTHER. MARY. AND JAMES GODFREY. At. Mr C'uu Godfrey's farm, at ResUlowu, about 7 miles from Ro chester, at two o'clock yesterday afternoon, Mary Godfrey, aged 16, and James Godfrey, aged 11 years, children of Mr Con Godfrey, as cotnpauie:! by John Reidy, nged 13 years, son of Senior-Constable Reidv. of Rochester, who was spending his Xuias holidays at the place, wentout gathering worms for bail near the Oampaspe. As the evening was warm the boys deter tnined togo for a bathe in a lagoon beside the river, and thegi.il went away while thej- undressed and put on bathing trunks. The girl then returned and watched tiiein dis porting themselves in the water, which was about 3 feet deep in this place. James then came out and went' to the other end of pool, where the bank was steep aud the water 5 feet -I inches in depth. By some means he slipped down the bauk into the water, aud John Reidy ran round to his as sistanc...

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DO WORKING GIRLS CHOOSE LOVE WISELY? [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

DO WORKING GIRLS CHOOSE LOVE WISELY? By Laura Jean Libbey. "Mysterious love, uncertain treasure, Hast thou more pain than pleasure? Endless torments dwell about thee; Yet who would live—'and live tviin ... out thee?" It, has often been said that the girl who works for a living has notv an equal chance with other women in meeting her ideal lover. One very pretty girl said to me, "It seems al most a miracle to me that three-fourths of the bread-winners get husbands. Most of them have little or no oppor tunity to form the acquaintance of at tractive men. My ideal is a young in one of the professions—a young doc tor, or lawyer. I might_ wait until doomsday to be introduced to such a "Of course," she went on, "a giri must be too nice _ to flirt The young men whom my girl friends know tall short of the mental picture enshrined in my heart of the man I could love. Time rolls on, and I must take at last., for a lover, one whom I know full well is not suited to me—or stand the-chance 1 of li...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

In Memoriam, BARRETT.—lu loving remembrance c[ our dear father and iiraudfathtr, Wi[. liatn James Liarrett, who passed'awav at Rocliester, January 17th, 1911, ' 1 liough lust to sight to memory cvi-r dear. —Inserted by his loving son ,U1,| daughter-in-law, \V. J, and A. Karrcti uLid grandchildren.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

S. * MOOSE I fit PTTTfi Rochester Timber and Iron Yards, Plumbers, Builders, ©ofitraetors. aftd Hardware Merchants. The-Cheapest and Best Place for all HARDWARE LINES, Specialties 2 secondhand <00 ?ai Malt Tanks, 25s each ! Portable Room. £20 I Hricson Hot Air lingine for Pumping, new, cost £28; * il! take £1S Good Oven, used few months, fOs Kerosene Spray Pumps, " knapsack." "biiceess" and hand, Fishing Tackle for January ; Big Ben Clocks, the best in the world, for 12s 6d Hanging and Tabic Lamps from ■ IQj;d to _50s I Deitz Buggy Lamps, 15s Buggy Candle Lamps from 12s tid pair Vegetables and Flower Seeds Electric Kettles, Toasters, Irons " Blue Bell" Arsenate of Lead (Recommended by all Leading Orchard ists) Guns and Ammunition SPECIAL PRICES for THIS MONTH Spot Cash Only. j j Positively No Booking. i ! No 8 Best Black Fencing \^irc at £8 10s per! ton; 8s 9d per ewt ! 1 No 14 Barb Wire at 17s 6d per cwt. No 12 do at 16s do i Wire Netting, 36 x 2 x 19, 13s per roll of 10...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

WAIT FOR Cheetham if. Jane's GREAT Clean-Sweep Sale ! THE S^LE OF SALES! STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT And COMPLETE LIST WILL APPEAR NEXT WEEK. CHEETHHM&JANE For Bargains. ' Northern Timber & Hardware Co., PTY. LTD. Doherty street, ROCHESTER. Timber Merchants Contractors Ironmongers and Plumbers, &c. Cheapest House in the Northern District l;OR I Timber Iron i Tanks Wire - jjm W Wire Netting- w J AND ALt 9 Building Requisites, Our Prices and Quality of Goods cannot be excelled anywhere. We sell at Melbourne Prices? plus freight. We can arrange to build from a One-roomed Cottage to a Mansion, and give most liberal terms, Sole Agents Rochester and District for the Crown Separator. All parts kept in stock. The Noted House for Jmellerp, Sil»*ru>are § Watches, PRESCQTT and MWE <a^__BENDIGO. We Offer Exceptional Value and Quality. 732—litet., 5 Diatuuuds, £5 760—ISct.i 5 ,, £4 10s 764—1 act., 5 ,, £\ 685— ISct., 5 ,, £.\ . 686—ISct., 5 ,, /'3 10s 6S5—ISct., ...

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"The Express." (Established 1873.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

" ®ite<!5 stands" ' 'established IS/3.) PULUSIIKD TUESDAY A.\i.> IK1.UAV MORNINGS FRIDAY, JANUARY Hi, 191-!. Owing lo the summer meeting of the Rochester Jockey Club taking place, next Wednesday, the Roches ter District Cricket Association has; posponed the opening matches for* the competition to the following week. District Supervisor Roy is uov; in the midst ot his duties as valuer; of setiletV blocKs throughout the! Rochester irrigation areas. 11-. has just finished overlooking im provements on the Na'nneella settle ' ments and expects to start on JJal-l lendella and Barnuwm on Monday. It is within the bouuds of possi bility that the valuer's report will; touch trenchantly upon the grati fying progress noticeable through out the settlements for the year just past, especially in the vita! matter of cultivation. The Nan neella valuations go to show tin; most of the settlers have added appreciably to their assets. Ivven a better result is expected on Ik west side. Whil...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

Miscellaneous. The height of the Rock of Gib * alter is about 1437ft, Spring Tailoring. ■— Cheethain ami Jane are now showing a vast assortment of New Spring yuitings. Our High class Tailoring is made on the premises; aud supplied, at prices which arc no higher than other firms ask you for fac tory-made suits. Don't be misled by drapers' shops or tiavellers, but place your orders locally aud get your gar ments fitted on at Cheethamts ml Jane's, the Tailors of Taste'1' Gloves with separate fingers were : first seen in the twelth century, GRIPES IN HORSES. j "Some time ago our horse was down j with a bad attack of Gripes" says Miss ; E. J. Coles- Major's Creek, In.S.W. "I j tried several remedies but they had no \ effect; as a last resource I gave the-i horse three teaspoonsfuls of Chamber- i Iain's Colic aud Diarrhoea Remedy aud i uoticed an improvement immediately, j He was soon able to stand and now he is as well as ever," So'd by all store-! keepers aad chemists. The New York .You...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

Kerns of Interest, """"Waffle department of lute criesauL^ . Mjc opening of the «the«.bj£,l :easou .s bdUg dack ^ °?[Jj juipatieut anhetpa ^'aitCf :';Sou\ the State. Mr tlon tbr )f,ad of the department, Scmocos. he opening date announces U» { bc decided op 0{ the £ea;°.ceek. East season it | February. j ot -nuito P«t l>as become thai at the last! to bad o * , wau Shire Couu rnect'^0 ' ,-ced, as a means of, A\ it ^.ag?,,~Vst to pour a! kerosene oil into the j dfn swRUiji which adjoins the j tfiiH householders are re m'a; it nlacc about a teaspoon-! 'If f kcto^nc in each of their, fii' <;> kel j i. i -,ii vveu veai'S of age, j Job!! r^Lu'"of Coleraiue, was saU u*o <uc Hamilton hospital bl^ug,i from blood poisoning, ®ffcd v 3 uail in boot 15ene" cal1^ ,'i,r r'Kh] of the great toe. lralluR;t i"a'a»<l he died a few Slug admitted to the ll0\Yill to' the compulsory taking ttSSoAhc^pjK'nc"Police depart -Ml! be giad to hear Ue^ —lliat 3etids that it Is ...

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SELF-CONFIDENCE. Chats With the Ambitious—And Others. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

SELF-CONFIDENOE. Chats With the Ambitious—J Others. By Orison Swett Marden. "Peddle 'em as though they were ap ples," said an editor to a "trembling, sentimental girl who offered him her manuscript with the air. of a convict about to receive the death sentence. "If one man does not want your apples another will. • Don't be afraid of me' or anybody else." Carry yourself with a self-confident air, as though you really-'believed in yourself, and you will not only inspire others with a belief in your, ability, but you will also come to believe in your self. A keen observer can pick out a suc cessful man on the street by the way he carries himself. If he is a leader, every step, every movement indicates it; there is assurance in his hearing; he walks as if he wer©_ master of him self, as if he believed in his ability to do things, to bring about results. His self-confident air is an index of the success he has attained. 'Men and women who succeed in their ; undertakings are those who get...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

USEFUL HINTS. Some farmers sec-m anxious to own all the adjoining land, but they should really improve and make the best use of the acres they have, before pur chasing more. The average rural voter blames foolish laws for his woes, yet gc^s on [Hitting men in the T.egislature wkr have no consideration for the formers interests. You can keep your son on ihc farm i>y keeping a portion of Hie responsi bility of its management on the so'; and giving him a share in the profits. You doubtless have made seme mio lakes; you wouldn't be human if yoj hadn't. J You will doubtless make a few more next year, for that, too, i£ h-n;;:!!!; but don't make tho same mis take twice, for therein is felly. Don't forget that you and your wife arc equal partners, having put equal capital into the firm. She has the same right to the firm's purse us you, therefore do not distress her by doling out to her a pound now and then, as though it were a gratuity. When j"ou go to town and sell a load of grain or p...

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A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

A FRIEND. A friend is a person who is "for you" always, under any suspicions. He nevt r investigates you. "When charges are made apainst you he does not ask proof. He asks the accuser to clear out. He likes you just as you are. He does not want to alter you. Whatever kind of coat you are wear ing; suits him. Whether you have on a dress suit or a hickory shirt with no col lar. he thinks it's fine. He likes your moods and enjoys your pessimism as much as your ont-imism. He likes your success. And your fail ure endears you to him the more. He is better than a lover because he is never jealous. He -wants nothing from you, except thta you be yourself. He is the on® being with whom you can feel safe. With him you can utter your Tieart. its badness and its tzood ness. You don't have to be careful. In his nresenco you can be indis creet, which means you can rest. There are many faithful -wives and husbands; there are few faithful Tfto highest known form of friend ship is that of the doe: to...

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FOR THE FARMER. KEEP THE YOUNG FOLKS ON THE FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

?OR THE FARMER, KEEP THE YOUNG FOLKS ON THE • CAPM.Q In the first place, in order to sno ceed it roust be made worth their while, from a financial standpoint, to remain on the farm. Many farmer? of comfortable and even of ample means never tell their sons and daugh .terB what they expect to do for them. Their children stay at home and work and become of marriageable ago, with out having come in possession of a penny of their own. They hear of neighbouring youths going off to the cities and getting good wages, and it is no wonder they become discontent ed. Suppose the father should say to his children, "Stay on the farm with me, and when you are old enough to start, for youi selves 1 will do so and so for you." If parents have nothing to promise their children at maturity, are they not foolish to want to keep them >n (he farm? And :f parents are abun dantly able to assure their children of a fair lift, is it not unwise to with hold that lift, cr at least to make no mention of it? ...

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