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CHAPTER XVI. At the Rock House. I. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

CHAPTER XVI. At the Rock House. I. It was just twelve o'clock on the following morning when the train put them down at the station of Cintra, and they passed out to find a car riage "with three springs and a rope," as Mat Michel put it, waiting for them/at the door: Here, also, was the interpreter whom Elkington obliging ly sent to them—the broth of a man whose speech brought tears to their eyes. There had been an early thunder storm down in Lisbon; but the air i was glorious . here jjpon the height, and sa redolent of sweet perfumes that they might have been set down suddenly in an Oriental garden. Per fume of orange and lemon trees, of roses which made a bower of every house, of great gardenias and flower ing shrubs—rocks which vere hidden by blossoms, a vista of mountain and of sea beautiful beyond imagination, justified, in an instant all that had been said of this incomparable treat. And dominating all upon the proud crest was the old palace of the Moorish kings ■ now flying th...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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III. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

III. They watched their guest ashore, and then fell to the discussion of a plan. Hugh had already dispatched a telegram to Heresford, and ho paced the deck impatiently as though a re ply must reach him before he slept. George Hedges, a little frightened by the night air, and quite without an eye for the beauties of Lisbon as the darkness revealed them, said that he did not believe a word of what he had heard, and that the morning would justify him. "If the man has any conscience at all, he will see you," said he. "Let us all go to bed and sleep upon it— quite assured that 'we shall laugh at our credulity. My dear Hugh, is it either possible or probable that the man who proved himself so good a friend to Lady St. Denys in the hour of her necessity, will now try to con vince us that he is a scoundi-el? I say that it is preposterous—absolutely pre posterous. There is no other word in th language." "Except the Portuguese for whisky and soda," said Mat, as a sudden freshet of hope came t...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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LITTLE BRAIN WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

LITTLE BRAIN WAVES. Handsome men are generally only clothes-props. Cryin' over spilt milk ain't no good —it on'y makes it skimmier. A man may find a woman's eyes beautiful and never know the exact color of tliem. The real man-hater doesn't exist, and the sham one gives up directly her lips are kissed. The capable woman will always have a baby to nurse, and the baby will be her husband. Poetry is a charming hobby, but there's no money in it, and it has a shocking effect on the hair. The happiest woman is the one who does not marry the man she loves; then she can go on loving him. Most women regard men as they do the Ten Commandments—something jto be studied, but not obeyed. It's easiest to get a man to marry you when he first loses his head; then he'll do anything, and not kno.v he's doing it. A platonic friendship usually ends in the woman losing her heart and the man his temper ... or the mau his appetite and the woman her complexion. Modest demeanor is not only becom ing but discr...

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II. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

II. went'out to the verandah, whence they could see the beautiful crest of Cintra and the incomparable citadel which crowns it. Legaivs 6 invitation to them to see the ""gardens of the house which the Dulce used to occu py, captured ecclesiastical curiosity and led George Hedges away. Hugh went off to the saloon to write a let ter—Mat Michel strolled over to ward the officers' quarters in the most casual way possible. When he re turned an hour later he was in the merriest of moods, and the Captain of the garrison1 came with him. They drank a bottle of fine i\;d sherry to gether and smoked some good cigars. Then the Captain ' returned to the barracks, and Hugh came out with his letter. He was just asking for a mes senger to deliver it, when who should come into the hall of the hotel but the very nigger who kept the gate of the Rock House. Hugh could hardly bo lieve his own eyes. "Well," he cried in amazement. Tlie man seemed very crestfallen. "Mars' Heresford gwine to die," he said s...

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The Dairy Industry Has Nothing To Cover Up. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

The Dairy Industry Has Nothing To Cover Up. Every now and then soiueoue en gaged in the" dairying business is brought face to face with the fact that they have violated the sanitary laws of the community, state or country in which they live. There seems to be in the minds of a good many people interested in dairying a question as to the desirablity of making public announcement of the shortcomings of these delinquent dairymen. I', is fashionable in some [quarters to rush into priut,, der nouncing such publicity on the: ground that the enemies of dairy ing, so called at least, will make ! capital out of the exposure to the detriment of the dairying business. ' It strikes us that this is a short sighted policy and on olher occas sions we have quite freely expressed our opinion on the question. We believe that dairyiug as au industry must staud or fall on its own merits and that any attempt to make things appear other than they really are is a dangerous policy. If there are among the d...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Rochester A. and P. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

Rochester A. and P. Associa tion. A meeting of the committee was held iu the Shire Hall yesterday. Present—Messrs N. Rae (president) E. I,. Ham, J. P. M'Curry, R. M'Curry, W. M'Aleer, T. M'Mas ter, W. Ingram, K. O'Brien, C. Davies, Juo. Buchanau, A. Muuro, J. G. Rankin, A. J. Walter, T. Moore, Jas. Buchanan, M. R. M'Curry, R. Allan, E. Kerlin, J. Oliver and P. Keogh. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Royal Agricultural So ciety, asking if the association will compete this year, and, if so, what space would be required. From the Rialto, stating that £2 2s bad been voted to Rochester show, 1914, for allocation iu the sheep classes.—Received. From Chamber of Agriculture, stating that the convention would take place at Maryborough on 30th June aud.Jst>nd 2nd July'next, and asking for a list of delegates and statement of any busiuess to coine before the conference. Mr C. Davies said that it should be brought before the conference the way iu which noxious weeds are allowed to grow along waterco...

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Hotel Rules. POLICE ISSUE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

Hotel Rules. POLICE ISSUE NOTICES. Within -the next few days cus tomers of hotels throughout Vic toria will be interested in reading a new notice that is to be posted on licensed premises. It will show i what may or may not be doue by hotel keepers. The notice has been issued by the Chief Commissioner of Police with the approval of the president and secretary of the Incensed Victual lers' Association, at the suggestion of some of the members. It reads as follows:— "Only sober, reputable persons who comport themselves respectably have the right of access to these premises. ''The licensee or iris servant or any constable can eject or arrest any person who on the premises commits any of the following of fences:— "'1. Uses threatening, obscene, - indecent or profane language, or be haves in an insulting or indecent manner. "2. The licensee must not permit thieves, immoral women, or any person of known bad character and repule to frequent or remain on bis premises, and he must not supply...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Australian Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

Australian Butter, The Victorian representatives of co-operative butter factories make the following recommendations to the Federal Government.—I. Em power the High Commissioner to employ skilled experts to examine and report ou butter on its arrival in England. 2. Pass regulations to provide—(a) That the date marks statiug mouth of production, be placed on each box of butler; (b) that butter below a certain staudard be packed in plain boxes/with only the words "Butter, 561b. uctt." branded on each box; (c).that but ter which Is re-boxed be branded with the word, "re-boxed," instead of the word "re-packed," as at present necessary under the com merce regulations. 3. That the j graders in the several States meet at least twice annually, for schools of i instruction and conferences, iu order to secure uniform grading. Recommendations to the State Parliaments.—1. Adopt a uniform system of instruction and super vision over the sources of produc tion and manufacture from the dairy farm t...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Leila and Her Lover. Published Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., London and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) II. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

I! ieiia and Her Lover. -■•I By MAX PEMBERTON. hy Arrangement with AVard, A rn Lrd London and Melb. Loci a"1* co (Ail BiS1118 deserved.) II. ,, mav be said that very defin Here of the missing man had car 'te 110 h -p niWims to Lisbon. Not ried Pattys American inend as 0Bl- fr tb t letters to DonHeres sw? 1 being addressed to uie post 'ora U ,i,e citv, but the detectives °m H„ "h employed brought unim ^Se evidence of his having been „ die theatre at the very tune "tVLeila S0Iie iUt° ScoUal\d t af Heresford was just the man to ! iracted by the Portuguese revo ke attrac [q gec lt QUtj alj '""'S ^He would have gone there a?re irir of the true adventurer; "dBOtUng should be easier than to d him in a country where every .®I) r was suspect, and none really " otnrne to the revolutionaries. "f'aMIicliel had taken a bold course . tWg and lie never doubted that ni 'succeed. "We have only to e American Consul to help us tn we'll get him first time, ne said la phase of optimism v.lneli Hugh Mrns...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

"Tlic cu'p thai cheers but not inebriates." • If you Waat a DELICIOUS, HIAGflAHT scd REFRESHING CUP OF TEA Come to J. D. W. Hogg, MOORE STREET MANY A SLEEPLESS NIGHT. "Nothing gives rnc more pleasure than to recouiuieud Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to all of my customers," says Mrs Alice Morrisou, cr of Carr and Fitz gerald streets, Perth, W.i\. "My child - reu were subject to bad colds with difJI cult breathing, and I had many a sleep less uight with them till I tri'-d Cliam berlaiu's Cough Remedy. Now I would not be without a bottle for any money. If my children j;ct a slight cold I give them a dose and the cold is no more." Sold by all storekeepersand chemists. This week 5o0 yearling trou* were liberated in the Colibau river' a tributary of the Campaspe. USED IT IN INDIA. "During .13 years 1 lived iu India I used nothing but Cliatnberlaiu's Cough Remedy for coughv w'lls, bronchitis and sore throats," vdys Mr Archibald Macaffcr, care of Roberts uud Sous, Engineers, lieudigo, Vic.. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 15 May 1914

Birth     GRAHAM- On the 1st May | ter," Queen's Road, St. Kilda, J. P. Graham—a son.  

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Wheat Production. PREMIUM OFFERED FOR "COMEBACK." [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

ftoduction. offbrbd for h^meback." , of eacouragmg ffitbSoB of types of wheat the Pr0 - ohle foi milling pur 5PeciaIILSUVictorian Mi" Owners' ^ 11 as made and mlima ^ociatio"lja [o (be following tio°10 ?.ffi association (through rate pre Pc'-U"lnr wheat ot x\;v Q- stau rail'11? 10 „jrce| of Comeback '-*< forAl'Ttype, of 5000 Mffle"iXore than the rs wheat ofF.A^Q. stau; r a I varicly' ^"frnod milling quality, of 300 orlM Mich wheat lo be grown taf, oi the Dividing Range, and * t delivered during January, fj J, addition the association Si"' ou satisfacwry p'ouf of wS« "r <* Si- ■» over c finhau Eed that "the Comeback is par nihertypes which substantially its value for gristing pur Kxpenmcnts have demou licularly stroug iu gluten contents S Comeback was thus uesenbed iu "The Leader" of itith April -h While the Australian agricul lurist has found it possible during past years to increase the value of bis crops by developing qualities ffhich accommodate themselves t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

Ladies Please N$te.. . LADIES are requested to note The Offices of tlie Ladies College of Health, have been removed from 46 Elizabeth Street, to Pliair's Buildings. 327-329 Collins' Street, Melbourne, The College has the sole agency in Vic toria for Dr D. M. Coouley's famous Change Lily Treatment, which for the past 25 years has been effecting such wonderful cures amoug women in ull parts of Australia. For the bcuefit of sufferers, aud for those into whose homes Kiifg liaby has failed to appear, a free valuable medical book will be seut to anyonewriting to Dept. 15 The Ladies College of Health, 1'hair's Build ing, 325 Collins Street, Melbourne. M 8 L K Delivered twice daily during •; the summer mouths,' commencing • November 1st. All milk is put through the I'aasch Milk aud Cream Coolers. R. cresswbll. »"Progress T@hat©$auce On the Table —whether at home or in the restuarant, there should always be Leggo's o f Bendigo "Progress" Tomato Sauce. It's the kind of Sauce you enjoy to the ...

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Rochester Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

Rochester Literary and De bating Society. At Magazine Night of the above society on Tuesday last a number of papers were read. Amongst others the following was written for the South Street essay competitions by the president, Mr T. R. Daly, just after he.left school. TRAVEL. Travel is a part of a man's edu cation. "He that travelleth into a country," sav9 Bacon, '.'before he hath some entrance into the lan guage, goeth tcTschool and not to travel." Before setting out to travel a young man should engage a guide, who is accustomed to the language and has been in the coun try before, whereby he may he able to tell him what things are worthy to be seen in the country where he goes, what acquaintances there are to seek and what discipline the place affordeth. If he goes alone into a strange land, he is, so to speak, hooded, and shall derive none of the benefits which otherwise lie would gain. He should take a tourist's guide, which-gives much information concerning the, man ners, customs...

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Evils of Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

Evils of Poisoning. If there is one anomaly which more than any other cries out for ' removal it is that law which per mils valuable native birds and | beasts to be poisoned in thousands, while the sportsman runs the risk j of heavy penalties if he shoots or traps them. We do not advocate I the removal of legal protection be- ] cause the poison cart nullifies the good work of the protecting statute, but we do consider that it is high time a test case was brought to court to prove whether a man has the right to lay poison (ostensibly for the purpose of destroying rab bits) where protected game are exposed to the same risk as the rab bit. Two recent court cases will serve to show how the man who breaks the law in one wav is punished, while he who does the^ same thing in a different way keeps "within the law" and escapes scot free. At Inglewood about a fort night ago-a man was found with two bronze-winged pigeons, which he had shot. In a fit of righteous indignation the Bench inflicted...

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Inferior Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

Inferior Butter^ Iu its last issue the Weekly Times drew attention to the fact that while cream suppliers at Tra falgar were being paid at the rate of Is 2d a pound butter contents, arid thos$ iu the Western District Is 2^d, the cream suppliers in the Northern irrigation districts were receiving only ll^d. These nor" thern irrigation areas are largely under Government supervision, and it is natural to wonder why they produce such inferior cream. The suppliers in those districts are sup posed to feed their stock on the best lucerne, and yet the butter fat con tents of their cream are so inferior -that only 11 a pound can be got for it. It seems a patent duty on thef part of the Government to see that the dairy farmers on those areas either have, or should have, the opportunity to gain sufficient knowledge to realise what appear to be easily practicable results. Appa rently it is necessary to instruct them iu the methods of feeding their stock, and as to what~ stock ihev should carry ...

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Profit in Wheat Fed Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

Profit in Wheat Fed Pigs. That it pays to fatten pigs for the market by feeding wheat at 3/4 per bushel wheii the 1913 maize crop failed iu North-Kastern Kansas has been demonstrated, says the "Country Gentleman'' (America), by Warren and Courtney Under wood, owners of a 450-acre farm in Atchinson county. Late in No vember of last year the Under woods faced a situation of being forced either to sell a fine herd of young pigs at 7.42 dol; a cvvt., or to buy shipped-in maize at a high figure, or to feed wheat which they have not yet marketed. They were unable to market the herd of 42 -pigs for 300 dol- at that time, and decided to feed crushed wheat and hold the animals for later market. They fed the herd for 60 days, keep? iug strict account of the amount of wheal fed, and allowing themselves thg'liberal profit of 10Tc. ia. -bushel for grinding the feed. On January 20th the pigs were sold at 8 dol. a cwt, the same 12 that would not sell for 300 dol. about two months before bringing 8...

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Fourteen Days Special Tailoring Offer. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

fourteen Tail O&ys Special °"ng Offer. taUremeut>to^ournclie \to ve a special I 1 n»S otd^s T„ uls to P,ace the^ . o *°°' suitings is n,!! T"' 0ur stock ol J^'otktootnl werT, comPrekensive. v.: a coinpet never uiaiiued b\ ca?giu Possession 1®.?' 3Ud Mr Jaui gam,3114 Kugli«)j d!°i) latest Ameri a fl?ents lo Perfect? cafl cut youi cut^^ntfor evel ;0,!1' Whether ^ be you'tfaC su't or ovi* ^Car or a'atesl bere -get U m ma0r lroU5"s S lrr i town"?, fl!ted Ko» .ss price than \ couslder this ,n ?e right awa- y, flrms ask U, da?s offer30 h'lnVeStigatl WlmaB<l]aue thp ri-, Seiiume t6r and F.lia'ojg Ta,,°™ of Tnste

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The Minister of Lands on Tour. AT NANNEELLA. SUSPENSION OF PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

The Minister of Lands on . Tour. AT NAXNKlvLJ/A. SUSPENSION OF PAYMENT. Iu our last issue we reported the Minister's visit to Bamawm and Ballendella on Thursday morning. In the afternoon, accompanied by Mr M'Kenzie, M.L.A., and Mr Cattauach, of the Water Commis sion, he went to Nauneella. Mr M'Keuzie introduced Mr Law son, Minister for Lands, and invited Mr Ross to bring forward 'any matter which they desired the recognition of. Mr Ross said that there was no thing that.the settlers desired more than co-operation between commis sion and settlers, and he was sure if (hey had this, affairs would be better. In conned ion. with adver tising for settlers it was stated that experience was not necessary and the result was that they were im posed upon by iuexperienced set tlers.' Again, there had been too much theory introduced by both settlers and commission, and it had had- not panned out iu practice. There had been a considerable amount of experiment. Lucerne wasnctded for winter feed, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 19 May 1914

Public Notice. '"PIIE .undersigned desires to notify 1 thai lie has COMMENCED BUSI NESS as a HORSE SHOER, &c,f OPPOSITE THE PICTURE THEATRE MACKAY STREET. ROCHESTER, And.solicits a share of public patronage Scarifiers, Harrows, Ploughs, Drag Harrows, Swing Trees, Harvester Combs made and repaired. T. Robinson and Co.'s Harvesters a . Specially. Hugh Ross, Mackay Street, Rochester. Never Despair for Wafer. T. Dynon, Well Sinker andWater Finder SAPWNG TWIG EMPLOYED. Success assured. No water no pay. Estimates given for well-sinking, erect ing wiudmills, &c-. Boring done to any depth. Quotes 011 application. Sweet water located on your property if pos sible. Address— VICTORIA HOTEL,, ROCHESTER. Rochester Boot emporium Ladies' and Gent's High-class Boots and Shoes kept in stock . Best Quality Watertiglits and Children's School Boots at Reasonable Prices. BOOTS and SHOES MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED. E. EDWARDS. MACKAY STREET (Next to Mrs Wkllla's Fruit Shop Humphris Bros, ...

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