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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

Thanks, VI R and Mrs J. IIICKMOIIli -L i JL return tlieir sincere Til!): j many friends for their tiudaeai ! patliy during their recent site ruent, and especially Mes-rsMi' 1 and G. Parr. Death. TURVEY.-Ou the 2bt Cruicksliauk's Private^ Charles, youngest sou oi G;iU Castleniaine, ami late ot Ifc loo; (ij;ed 3 years.

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

LTD. ESTD. 1782. WORKERS' COMPENSATION." FIRE. ACCIDENT. LOSSES PAID EXCEED. L 000,000. Lossea by BOSH fires and by UCHTHIHQ aro made good.by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. viotmiah &ri to 471 B-DURKE ST., MELBOURNE. DALCETY & GO, LT3., AGENTS. POULTRY FOE EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We bay by live weight. Crates lent. No Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens & Ducklings, 6d lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 4/6 pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND & SONS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS, MELBOURNE. FOB CHILDREN TEETHING, there is noimr.T equ.'U to KERNOT'S SOOTH ING POWDERS. They are a safe and eel-lain remedy: 1/- plits.; posted 1/1 stamps. KERNOT, Chemist, GEELONG. PITT'S POISONED WHEAT. For destroying Rats, Mice, Sparrov/s and Parrots, etc. It is the only certain and genuine preparation. ..Refuse all imitations. In Gd. (large 1/-) yellow packets; 2/G Farmers' Tins. THEY STAND AT THE HUPMOBILE 16-32 H.P. LONG STROKE, HIGH POWER. SPECIALY ADAPTED to AUSTRALIAN CONDITION...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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COMPROMISE A NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

COMPROMISE A NECESSITY. One plane of intelligence may not meet a lower plane in an atmosphere of pure reason. The thing cannot he clone. And that is why politics are an eternal compromise and a game and a make-believe and a 'business of wiles. No one need be ashamed. Of course, human nature ought to be ashamed of itself. But so ought the weather. Aim at perfection in everything, though in most things it is unattain able. They who aim at it, and perse vere, will come much nearer to it than those whose laziness and de spondency make them-give it up as unattainable. He who respects his work so high ly and does it so reverently that he cares little what the world thinks of it, is the man about whom the world comes at last to think a great deal. Nothing is more expensive than penuriousness, nothing more anxious than carelessness, and every duty which is bidden to wait returns with seven fresh duties at its back. ,

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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SYDNEY'S SINFUL SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

SYDNEY'S SINFUL SUNDAY. The Public Morals Committee of the Presbyterian Assembly "Regrets that there is no observable diminution in the volume of the human stream that sets towards recreational resorts on Sunday." On Sabbath after Sabbath see them pass the churches by; While Presbyterians lament, let's find the reason why. Though "seventhly" be out of date, and brevity's the aim Of many a modern preacher, still the quality's still the same As when the Reverend John Macduff preached sermons sad and long, And who'd accept a Sunday choir for Sunday's boating song? When joys of Sydney Harbor to the Sydney people call, The wonder is that anyone will go to church at all. It may be right; it may be wrong; Persnurkus will not seek To justify the way they spend their holiday per week. ..or yet can Peter well condemn the pleasant things they do, For, if the honest truth be told, gay Peter does 'em too. When he was young he went to church because he had to go, But now he's wise to all the thin...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Piles. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

Piles. Piles rarely kill, but they cause constant torture. This is especially ! true iu the case of those who are ; ever so slightly constipated. Piles! can be quickly and permanently cured, without pain, cutting, or de tention from business. This has been proved in thousands of cases in both sexes and of all ages, and in the very worst as well as in the ordinary cases. No one who has not suffered the torments of Itching i Painful, and Bleeding Piles can ap preciate for a moment the marvel lous sense of relief that follows the use of Doau's Ointment. Go at once and get a pot of this Ointment, it will end your sufferings. Mrs Joe Brown', Harvey street, Klinore, says:—''For twenty years my husband suffered dreadfully with Itching Piles, and sometimes the torture was maddening. I got a pot of Doau's Ointment, and per suaded him to try this remedy. After the second day it gave him ease, and three pots completely cured him, and he has been right ever since. Before he used Doau's Ointment...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

LADIES' LETTER. From "Irene," in Melbourne. Wo often hear of folks being "blue," but have never seen it so nearly ex emplified as at the Repertory Thea tre ball, where several ladies were blue from head to foot literally, for they even displayed blue hair. This was the first time in Melbourne that the new dyed wigs have heen seej in any numbers, and we have not yet quite decided whether we like them or not. of course, we ?re accus tomed to the coiffure which is so deep orange in hue that it is prac tically majenta. We have had a num ber of these of late years, 'but the new tones are quite a novelty. I can not say they are nearly as becoming as the natural colored hair. The dark moonlight blue is certainiy more becoming than the light saxe tones, and In one or two instances the purple proved really effective, but on the whole these colored wigs can not be voted a success. Certainly one cannot conceive of anyone going the length of dyeing her own hair, u is but a freak fashion and mak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

Pleasing Portraits of Men ...... Have you n present-day'por trait of father in your home— or of brother, uncle, etc. ? It is their obligation to your home. Most pleasing results are assured by their visit ing our Studios, and having taken a most life-like, most manly - looking portait. A glance at the present. display will reveal evidence of our leadership. J. Remington Alexander lpbotogvapfoic artist View Street, Bendigo Opp. Masonic Hall €>~ : = & 300 Breeding Ewes Rochester Sale. THURSDAY NEXT. M'Kean, IWGregor & Co Will sell— 300 Xbred Ewes, rising 6 tooth, one mark, even class and size; heavy in lamb to I^incolns; good condition. Direct from breeder.

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FOODS OF THE MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

FOODS OF THE M|NDl |: ^Ve are conscious tint the mm J the body InUucnccs the health oi & Mind, as when we say oi soae,5; suitable or indigestible thins:. ">l -f ma.de me dull of mind, it to &■ ffle sad, it has made me lrritabfc v has in some oi her wav attected £ equanimity." But we 'do not retfi nise with like readiness and in !i; same way tiie effect or th'; the mind on the mind and its nor is this remarkable, for the 'H--' feeds perceptibly, ant! by oae s'JP ach aione, while the nrnil tee&> perceptibly by live stomachs, every sense, wijicii is to it a leri^ stomach, from and by which ceives its ailment, be that **' bad, and from ami by which it : newed and from day to day *vs!3:'Z These foods of the minti es&'j the mental organisation, the I nervosa, largely, if not sltos^' mould that organisation into set ®7 according to its quality ftr They are so like riie touch c[J;; sculptor ou the clay, thai to » extent all men and women their menta...

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Our Flocks and Herds. A DECREASING QUANTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

Our flocks and Herds. 4 DtL ,8,USING OUANTin. • „.1IS population lliC ia:!t SlX pr Vn' ';U(' . ^panded by over - .;stca(1 0{ 235 Lcb herd-. v ^.tToSfc 10 marked] decline ^ ceut> J^tTuU lbaa.14 per sM ' i,ack to '." 1 11«®l„ n« m»'lau1" «»« a8°; lis 500, the fully account for Siatiswcsdo JiK" of f00(l other ibe^W above still opeiate iart^de^; b uo doubt that bee but ibetfi c v0Uid be cheaper if »»amTUie more stock. ^0U^'r ?tC opinion is sought ^f.Sdual shrinkage in cattle, as to the g eaS0Us given aie -rKC«»viM»S. iS ? rnvln" 10 lbe l)nceS ^^■r'^.iers have not tilling fortattlc; " „r0W beef suffi ^Tmeet market demands, dent to mee : s wastage takes littetbeS°;iS for if lhe I'r0' : piace somewfc■ ^ ^ at the to:crl-C,an?MSiimer has had to pay pices.tlie L0"sl ,.,ock raising 1 dM,iUgrprC<b a profitable occupa wkl< tove ton. Bree ,.:muuerative to grow ^^S woTJc a satisfying step. Tl at mimber 0f sheep explanation if ^ut We have iadteeu^iu_ ]gi)lj and ieiver Lrer ...

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JOHN RUDD'S SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

JOHN RUDD'S SECRET. By C. D. Leslie. To John Rudd, busy0 at his desk— he had just returnee! from a flying business trip to the Continent—the card of Miss Bertha Heath was brought by his secretary. The mil lionaire read it, wondering who she was, then his eye caught the address in the corner, and his face clouded, as though recalling an unpleasant me mory; after a long pause he bade Par ker admit Miss Heath. "I will see her alone," he added. The interview took place in the mil lionaire's house in Berkeley Square, much of his work being transacted there. A girl entered—a thin, frail figure in 'black, with frightened eyes and hesitating mien. Mr. Rudd rose and shook hands with curt civility. "I heard in Dresden of my old friend's death. I'm sorry I was unable to return in time for the funeral." "This letter—she wrote it two days before she died," said the girl, timid ly proffering it. ^ He waved her to a seat, opened, and read the following epistle:— "Dear John,—I've always pro mised B...

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Anglican Chapter. HALF-YEARLY MEETING IN ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

■ „ I.III" I II UIIMIILIMIMI III Ill I ml Anglican Chapter. HALF-YEARLY MEETING IN ECHUCA. The half-yearly Ruii-Decanal Chapter of Echuca met in Christ Church on, Monday, the Rev. H. B. Haynes, Rural Dean, of Kyabratn, presiding. The proceedings were opened with prayers, after which a motion of sympathy with the Bishop in his illuess was passed. A resolution was carried express ing the sincere sympathy of the Chapter with the Rev. J. C. Herr ing in the circumstances which necessitated his resignation of the parish of Echuca, and assuring hiui" how deeply was felt his loss, not only to the Chapter, but to the diocese at large.. The clerk of the Chapter was instructed to communicate with the Rev. Ij. Weuzel and congratulate him upon his appointment to the parish of Echuca, and to assure him of a warm welcome. A paper, entitled "The Church's Message to the Social Chaos," was read by the Rev. W. H. Prior, of Mooroopua, and a very interesting 'discussion followed. A service was held in t...

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More than His Money's Worth. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

More than His Money's Worth. Wife (whose husband had just been knighted): Have you heard from the man who offered to trace our pedi gree? Husband: Yes, he has found out more than enough. "Wife: What did you pay him? Husband: Fifty pounds—to hold his tongue! I have heard of men who would die for a woman, but never of one who would go without his dinner for he*r. A married woman says the way to be happy with a husband is to learn to be happy without him most of the. time.' Marriage is like the stage scenery; it looks well from a distance. Women should have two great aims in life—trying to be beautiful and succeeding in being pleasant.

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Closer Settlement. CLAUSE 69. COMMISSION INQUIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

Closer Settlement. CLAUSK G9. COMMISSION INQUIRES. Keen inquiry was made by the Closer Settlement Commission at the Lands Department this week, from members of the Closer Settle ment Board, with the object of ascertaining whether the Act had been properly administered, and whether the settlers had been fairly treated. There were present Messrs J. G. Johustotie (chairman), W. Plain, J. Chatham, II. Angus, D. S. Oman and J. Gordon, M's.L.A., and Messrs F. G. Clark, . F. W. Brawu and R. B. Rees, M's.L.C. Jauies Jenkins, secretary of the Closer Settlement Board since 1900, said that in his judgment the resi dence clause (clause 09), ot the Land Act, 1901, had always been clearly explained to settlers. The Board always sought to make it clear, and invited settlers to ask what questions they liked. Settlers had said they understood the resi dence clause, yet had afterwards made sworn declarations that they did not. The Chairman : We have been assured by settlers that the mean ing of the c...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES Don't hurry. Take your time up the hill. Remember, when you get there you must climb down again. iMore people have lost their lives, or their balance, in tumbling down than in trotting up. Take your time, also, your lunch and your stoutest legs. Keep your breath and your presence of mind. Give heed, or way, or any thing else you can spare, when a rock is rolling towards you. This is a slow world, and a slow man is al ways ahead of you. You may run your hardest, but you will never catch up to the slow man. You may pass | a thousand, but you will always have a lazy fellow to overtake. You move in a circle, and so does everybody else. You may travel that circle six ty times, but one half of the popula tion will always be plodding after you, while the other half will be toil ing ahead. You may travel like greased lightning, and the rest of the circle may crawl like worms. The worms will ever be on your orbit, arid, if you rush them for a thousand years, you will sti...

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Nine Pages. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

Nine Pages. *> To-day's "Express" consists of nine pages. On the fourth and extra page will be found—Football, Profit ou Pigs, Military Tourna meut, Municipal Valuations, Awake Arise, aud a large quautity " of other interesting reading matter.

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DOWN WITH THE PEDESTRIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

DOWN WITH THE PEDESTRIAN, Owing to the ever-increasing perils of the traffic in the city streets the pedestrian has been much discussed of late by motorists, who are anxious to keep the pedestrian in his proper place, which seems to ibe on the foot path, and nowhere else. It is there lore not surprising that the pedes trian, after reading the opinions ex pressed about him by motorists, and enjoying a hearty supper, should have dreamt that he was present—a soli tary pedestrian, at a meeting of in dignant motorists, and heard the fol lowing speech:— "If we do not take prompt action, fellow-motorists, not one of us will be alive in Melbourne in another year. During the past 12 months 275 poor motorists have been run over and lcined by pedestrians; 3119 have been seriously injured, 1285 being cripplea ior life. (Groans.) The lives of mo torists will never be safe while pe destrians are allowed to encroach upon the roadways. No motorist ii the city streets will ever be sure of seeing his...

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New Irrigation Area Required. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

New Irrigation Area Re quired, A deputation waited;on the Mini ster at Echuca on Friday afternoon and asked that "Hicks' " channel be extended and enlarged to supply water to the extension of the Echuca Estate. Mr M'Kenzie stated that there were about 20 settlers who would derive benefit from the extension of what is known as "Hicks' " and that if the move was taken it was felt that these landowners would now consent to a water area. They would not mind one in four. Roughly the area was from 2000 to 3000 acres. Mr Stokes would put the case. Mr Stokes had made a canvass of the district, and people previously against water were now the re verse. From what he could see the difficulty was not in getting sufficient water, but he now did not think there was one in ten who was not desirous of being in the area. Mr Cattanach asked was it under stood that a charge would be made on each irrigable acre. Mr Stokes replied in the affirma tive. Mr Monohau was a small holder, but his land—81 acres...

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The Caledonian Concert. A WEE SCOTS' NICHT. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

The Caledonian Concert. A WEE SCOTS' NICBT. The Scottish concert 011 Monday evening at the Shire Hall, under the auspices of the Rochester and District Caledonian Society, was decidedly successful, from every point of view. Every part of the house was well-filled, and as the tariff was fairly high, a substan tial benefit must accrue to its fiuau cil objects. As was to be expected on such an occasion the* predom inating element present hailed from Auld Gael, or their forbears did at least, while - there prevailed an atmosphere of the heather. Indeed sprigs of this characteristic plant were present in concrete form, and were regarded with the almost reverential solicitude that brother Celts from the neighboring island regard a shamrock trom the old sod. Of course Scotch songs and Scotch humor were conspicuous features- of the entertainment, and they found capable- interpretation from Ad Cree, who kept the risible faculties of his audience actively employed all the time that he occu pi...

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A SUSPENDED SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

•A SUSPENDED SENTENCE. Fred Coulson was arraigned for a breach of his bond for good be havior and to show cause why his recognisances should not be es treated. Mr H. W. Raleigh appeared for defendant. On 3rd March Coulson was sen tenced to six months' imprisonment for entering the cellar of the Rest down hotel, but the sentence was suspended on his sisterenteriug in to a bond of 1,50 for His good be havior for twelve months. On 11th May he was convicted at Beudigo of being drunk and disorderly. Mr Raleigh said he was aware that he had no legal legs to stand on, but asked for merciful consider ation under the circumstances. A letter from his Beudigo employer was put in showing that defendant was industrious and reliable, except for the one failing of drink, and he was willing to take him back to his employment. On the occasion stated defendant was ill and, on the recommendation of friends, took port wine and brandy which got to his head. If sent to gaol he was apt to drift downwards....

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Reduction of Hotels. THE STATE POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 22 May 1914

Reduction of Hotels. THE STATE POUCY. -Iu framing its general election programme, the State Ministry will consider what altitude it shall take up with respect to liceusiug legis lation, when the sections of the 1906.Act, relating to the work of the Licenses Reduction Board, ex pire between two and three years hence. When questioned as to how they regarded the resolution iu favor of uo-liceuse, adopted by the Pres byterian General Assembly recently Mr W. A. Watt, the Premier, and Mr J. Murray, the Chief Secretary, said that a question of policy was involved, and they could not discuss it. They gave a similar answer when asked whether it was in tended to provide for a coutinuance of the work of the Licenses Reduc tion Board after 1916, or allow local option to automatically come into operatiou.

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