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Fourteen Days Spe[?] Tailoring Offer. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Fourteen WjJj Tailoringu J . l-l liars ne inducement iu vur did t'liioiiut; orders- Justt Mil WUui SUitlUgS is BJOiii Our wvikwums nvrefif''- t \ such a competent wing iu possession oS the /*•;;, au ami English garments to perfection a dress suit for ereutoh' "J* cut sac suit or ova®3}" 'you'll get it cut, mJeMf here iu your own towo^ nbly less price thm J<or- come righteitf.f / this special 14 dap otu I Cheetham audjaiie, the Rochester and Eluiois Woods' Great PepPstfrif&'l For Coughsand Cold'."1 ' §

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Miscellaneous. Light passes from the mooii to the earth in lj^sec. The magnolia has a more power ful perfume than any other flower. At a sale of- rare porcelain at Christie's Loudon, 1/2109 was paid for a pair of Chinese famille rose beakers nineteen inches high . Some 160,000,000 people speak the English language. Germany is spoken'by 130,000,000} French, by 70,000,000. A large new island has appeared above the surface of the sea to "the east of Formosa as a result of the recent eruption of Mount Sakurashima. The best time for literary work, according to Tolstoy, is betweeu the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. 'The. Loudon County Court is to take a census of traffic on the in portaut thoroughfares in the metro polis. It is proposed by .the Loudon County Council to affix a tablet to 225 Hampstead road, N.W., to commemorate the residence of Lord Tennyson there. The largest salmon ever caught in the Wye by an angler has. fallen to the rod of Mr Wyndham Smith at Hoarwithy. It was a maguifi c...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

SANDHURST and northern district TRUSTEES executors and agency COMPANY limited, ESTABLISHED 1888. w EXECUTOR, It being empowered by Special Act of ParHamea 'HEN MAKING YOUR WILI, APPOINT this COMPANY EXECUT NO 979_to act as EXECUTOR admiitiste/ATOB. Or TRUSTEE, 2s/L OnSTZETSr to lzehstx). JAS, P. B. McQUIE, Manager; View Street, Bendigo. J. T. KEANE,.LL.B, BARRISTER and SOLICITOR, 51 Pal! Mall, Bendigo, And at ROCHESTER, ELMORE INGLEWOOD and QUAMBATOOK, Visits Rochester every Sale Day &nd al other times when notified. Telephone No. 324. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. hTwTrALEIGH, B.A.. LI B (Formerly H. M. Lee), - Solicitor, Rochester Commissioner for Affidavits, Victoria and New South Wales. TRUST and OTHER MONEYS TO LEND. No Commission Charged. MESSRS Cohen, Kirby & Co. Solicitors, &c. Bendigo and Rochester, DEG to announce to their clients and .D the'public generally that on and after the 18th day of April, 1912, they will occupy their ne*v offices at the new Shamro...

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The Boys on the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

The Boys on the Farm. As bearing ou this question, re cently referred to a correspondent writes in a pleasantly satirical vein: —"When the boy is small give him a calf, lamb, or something tor a pet, and after it has grown up and he has become httaclied to it, sell it and put the money in your own pocket. When he gets older niever talk farm business with him, or in any other way make him feel that he is a part of the enterprise more than iii the amount of work which he can do. Give him the impres sion that all there is to farming is work. If, perchance, he -should express an idea- to you, don't talk it over with him. It might result in his placing some confidence in you, and besides you might forget that he is your son, and therefore is not quite as bright as other boys. You can politely tell him that he is not old enough to understand, or something to that effect. It will only take a few such hints to let him know your estimate of his mental ability. , "If he should come to you some...

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Our Irrigation Areas. INCREASING DEMANDS FOR THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Our Irrigatio n Areas. e^0 demanm tor mauc ,,„,e tbau once _ We baVC,hedisliuct antagonism «So°vn by r'Arodic: SeaUdame S°°rs' are U°VV 'f tljese saffle arcieut supporters ofirrig^tid' ruin the farmers, scheme «o«W wbo havc eon sBd f Sougl'o'"1 supported the si5teU,1)'(tSme.ri and the irrigation cioserseU ^ COI,ciltculg, 111 our P10^5 i, tbc best interests of the °PiD10D' J charged by some per ' &trict|, -istinfi to drive the farmer suction ot our oS.^.,aU ow by the fact that vK-1S like teu times more ®fflelblDg^ are uow settled on our ®oie?f there were previous to jasistliaI1 ,oSer seUiement. But lliead?o elected to sell out instead lhose ,mder the new system re-, ofcouiiog uuae couipeusation for ,celVf 5 of which they disposed, lbe , of them have since re-. indinam " irrigation areas. 1"^ Juo."A »am« ?f Wl M «« llK m°Sl e"'pll3i'C m) U of the new regime who °W°D i, its staunch advocates, uc to-daj Dpijel; to districts iS #ei«aeo Mr Elwood Mead !>" )e inaigu through nort...

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Pig Feeding and Fattening. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Pig Feeding and Fattening. (By J. L. Dow, iu the "Leader.") The correspondence received by "The Reader" informs us that there is a desire for information on this subject iu the way of practical everyday details of the kind ob tainable from such acknowledged authorities as have proven- the correctness of their practice by the remunerative character of their results. The little /farm which forms the subject of these notes is situated on the railway liue between Warragul and Port Albert, and on it there are'constantly kept from 1-15 to 150 pigs, from which an ■average of about 45 are drafted off fat every two months. To main tain this average -2 brood sows are kept, -whose ordinary litters are from 7 to 8 each. While the pig farming operations are admitted to pay well, still the owner asserts that a much larger margin of profit could be obtained by purchasing stores for fattening instead of breed ing, but it has been found in stores purchasing that the risks are too great from - diseas...

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Empire Day. CELEBRATION AT STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Empire Day. CEujB11ATI0N A']1 STATE SCHOOL. ^Uit I'tM&y was Kuipire Day, 'Wi May, the anniversary of the wrth of our late Oueeu Victoria, ^except at vlve State School there ^uo local celebration of the event. W cliildreu assembled iu the fore noon under the charge of the head teller, Mr MThie, and Misses Sweeney, and \Vadsworth> it about It a.m. arrived the ^cvs- 3. lr. Sims aud G. Tregear, 35 Ml as members of the school fjnaittse, Messrs T. \V. M' Master Wtman), A. C. Jane, A. Shields ^ !. E. Huwpbris (correspoti There were also present . ^ladies, yureuis of the pupils. J"oceediugs opened with unfurl ... ,S fbt Slag aud running it up to. - T^sthead.aud theu the following' . ^latatiou was taken by the child 1 r Qocl aud my country, ^ ^ flag au,j serve the e3' 1 promise to cheerfully wJ»fflIJ^Ieuts, teachers and the ■ tain . was llieu saluted National Anthem sung. _ % \.arly ^!en catered the build ta\v tt Uv M'PMe apologised ' ^set>ce ol Rev. G. B. iwf6 pitman, Mr M.'Ma...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

General News. Successful farming may be thus, epitomised:—Give the soil an ample supply of phosphate of lime and potash. Sow only pure seeds of tested germinating power. lucerne should not be pastured, but cut for bay. Cultivate clover and vetches, as well as^oats, and save buying concentrated foods. Keep only the best class of stock, feed well and look after them carefully. Pleuty of fodder and well selected cattle mean farm yard manure, big crops and remunerative returns. The wheat market coutiuues to be firm, with an upward tendency. Victoria, since the lGtli December last, has shipped 16,500,000 bushels out of au estimated production of 33,000,000 bushels. As 10,000.000 bushels approximately are wanted for seed aud" home consumption, there seem now to be only some 7,000,000 bushels available for ex port. Under such conditions holders are likely to be firm iu their ideas, as there is still over six months to run before new graiu will be on the market. In the case of sickness, or ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Bereavement Card. MR and SIRS GEO. TURVEY and -Family wish to convey' their sin cere THANKS to their many frieuds for cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and expressions of sympathy during their sadbereavement, especially to Dr. Lease and Nurse Cruickshauk, for their uu tiriug attention during their son's ill ness, and Mr and Mrs J. L. Worner.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

9 Plumbers* Builders, (Contractors The Cheapest. and Best ■ Place m ni in and Iron Yards, and Hardware Merchants. !6r all HARDWARE LINES. I Specialties for May m Tyzack's Elephant One-way Discs, 20" and 18" Cultivator Points Hornsby's Cast Shares Wrought and other Shares M'Cabe Wheat Picklers and Bluestone Windmills, Troughing, Piping Tanks and Baths Linoleums and Floor Coverings - • ON HAND, " ~ •" LARGE & VARIED .STOCKS of Building Material S Hiriww 'e have just purchased a MANUFACTURERS' TRAVELLERS SET of SAMPLES,comprising a Very Large _ Range of LADIES' and GENT'S WATCHES, RINGS, &c. jADIES' WATCHES in gold, gold filled, rolled gold, gilt, gun metal, oxidised steel, sterling silver, mother of pearl, and enamel. LADIES' WRISTLETS, a fine collection. ~ Ladies' and Gent's CHAINS, PENDANTS, PINS, STUDS and RINGS. Gold, Bamboo, and Scone Bangles polled Gold, Stone and Gold-filled Bangles. Sterling silver Earrings and Ornaments pores of different designs in Brooches, ...

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The Show Ground [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

The Show Grod Mi H. T. Oawue, sas the Rochester A. and P. i; lion has issued tlietolte: to members of the war I the Association I bini. to iuionii you that, jas clause 18 of the rule; tfs socia<iou, Messrs J, P. ft ' W. M'Aleer, P. J. Kec«:1 i'" Ketlin have requisite; a special tueetiug of tie c: i be called to consider a ~ ! motion to rescind the res: ! the uiiuute book fixiujta" I on the show ground;!:;! and to take sucli further S j the sale of the show «n: ! may be thought advisaife j The special meeting eiz j mittee to consider tie £ j motion will be licld ia : halJ, Rochester, ou TiitKT the J8th instant, at lift j p.m. Notice of Motion-!;' •' 1 Keogh to move: Thatt-; tion on the mioBte^vj Association, dated tltf ^ j 191 -(, fixing the restR; | show grounds at ili-'j* i ciuded, and, contiag^'^1 foregoing being carns-i ^ : committee take such f(® ! for the sale of the s&W'1 : as they think adrisabk r\Ve are informed ! offer of J, 1,200 lias bses> the presen...

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The "Express." (Established 1873.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. Tuesday--- 5 Pages Friday--- 9 Pages The Largest Country Penny Newspaper in Northern Victoria, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

©he" ©sepcess." (Established 1S73.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS. Tuesday^ - - - 5 Pages' Friday - - - 9 Pages The Largest Country Penny Newspaper in Northern Victoria, ■ TUESDAY,. MAY 26, 1914. . The funeral of Mr Clias Turvey took place on Friday afternoon, and the length of the cortege testified to the respect in which deceased and his family were held. The burial ser vice was read by the Rev. ,J. F. Sims, and Messrs Humphris Bros con ducted the funeral arrangements. Mr J. Remington Alexander, of the View Street Studio, Bendigo, announces that he is piepared to supply interesting and life-like photographs of individuals or groups of children which will be much prized, not only now but in future years. The I.O.O.I?., have in past win* ters been very successful in their series of socials, the first of which which for the present season will take place at the Shire Hall on Wednesday evening next, when Bockelmauu's band will be'iu at tendance. Residents of the Tennyson dis t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Geo. Smith's Seeds Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies, & all Flower & Vegetable Seeds. ^ 0 If J| My hardy, cold clinuite FRUIT TREES, f 5k H \AAf8 Rose l'lauts, Shrubs, &o., grow vigor w[» Vwlwil VjvVwVt ously when transplanted to milder dis SMITH'S SEEDS AND PLANTS ARE SOLD ON HONOR. TRY TIIEM. Cash orders delivered FREIGHT PAID to any Railway statiou. CATALOGUES Eree ou Application. GEO, SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Established-1861. An Interesting Group ! YOUR Children — if photographed at "ALEXANDER" Studios—what aii interesting group they would make. The charming life-like details, the bright, liappy, childish faces would find such realistic au artistic inclusioiT that the "ALEXANDER" Portrait will be prized by you—and by them—through the coming long years that are sure to bring many changes. CHARGES MODERATE Dispel the regrets of the future, aud MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO-DAY for your coming Bendigo visit. J; Rgmingion Alexander . .. v3t.udio . . . ...

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Does Irrigation Pay? FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Does Irrigation Pay? FACTS ARK STUBBORN THINGS. Last year Cr J. G. Raukiu put. iu '28 acres of iucerne iu*bis irrigable' land at Bamawrn aud the yield was in the neighborhood of 100 tons. Through Mr J. L. Worner he dis posed of 50 tons of lucerne hay at £'2j 10 a ton, growing on the land. .Then the rain came, aud he sold 46 more tons at £Sjo per ton delivered in the trucks at Rochester, which is equivalent to 15/ or 50/ on the ground.Moreover he partly fed his own stock with the hay, and finally let the plot for grazing, which should be worth about 1,20. Thus something like ,£10 an acre was realised for ihe first crop while with little additional labor he will have an annual succession of crops. Who says uow that, irrigation does not pay? - " Dr GDlding-Bird, the new An glican Bishop of Kalgoorlie, who arrived lately from Sydney, is the guest of the Governor, Sir Harry Barron. He expresses his inten tion of starling the Bush Brother hood aud Holy Sisters organisa tions, aud declares...

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Working Bee. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Working Bee. (To the liditor.^ Sir, — Ou Friday a working bee is to be held to dig ;-holes, etc., for the planting of trees at the new school grounds, for Arbor Day. The townspeople respond--.-so nobly to the call \of charity, sport, and church efforts that I trust they will even eclipse their efforts in this .directiou in re sponding to the call of the kiddies for the beautification of their scholastic surroundings. If we educate the children in the beautiful What a fine place our old town will become to reside iu. And further, what sweetened natures and hearts the coming generation will have to bless the world around thein with if the cult now so geueral iu Ameri can,'Continental and English cities is cultivated at school. My object iu thus addressing you, Sir, is that the members of the School Com mittee, most of Whom bave no children tliau those of others to work for iu this commendable re gard, may not be left to initiate the work alone. The head teacher, Mr M'Phie, is desirous...

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Madame Lena Conly. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Madame Lena Conly. On Friday, June 5tli, Rochester will have the opportunity of hear ing Madame Lena Couly, whose marvellous soprauo voice has at tracted widespread notice through out her recent triumphant tours in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and Tasmauia. The leading dailies in the varioiis capitals without exception classify her as a truly glorious songstress with remarkable vocal attainmeuts, her voice being phenomenally full and,powerful, of wonderful range and flexibility, of exceptional sweet ness, while her trill is simply per fect. Thus the Sydney "Bulletin", of October 24 last, says:—"Beauti fully full and sweet toned vocal organ. Most singers get ihore ap plause than deserved by reason of a hard worked flute doing the genuine canary trill and shake, Madame Couley does the bird warbling her self with a 'mere piano at her | elbow.'* Madame Couly at the Rochester performance will render some of the musical gems which by perfect" interpretation have made her name so...

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Electric Lighting and Water Supply. DUPLICATION OF PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Electric Lighting aad Water Supply. DUPLICATION OF PLANT. Mr Shaud and his gang of experts are now busy at the power house iu assembling aud placing iu positiou the parts ^of the 100_ h p. suction gas engine for the Commonwealth Electric Company. Those of the priucipals and rafters iu the uew building that have to support the heavy strain of lifting the massive machinery (the fly wheel.alone weighlug-8 tons) are braced with steel and propped with stanchions, which strengthening aids will be allowed to remain for usa iu any future lifting for repairs. Iu fact, as stated by Mr Nightiugall, ihe electric engineer superintending, no expeuse has been spared to make everything as permanent and re liable as possible. There will be a complete duplication of the ma chinery, inluding dynamo, and the battery will be brought up-to-date. At present only about one third of the cells of the original battery is of any use. Mr Nightiugall in forms us that the battery is not for the purpose of supplyi...

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Five Pages. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Five Pages. To-day's "Jixpress" consists Of five pages. On the fourth and extra page will be found—General News, Pig Feeding and Fattening, Some . .Food Values, Deakin Shire Council, The Orchard, &c. Dr. Laugley, Auglicau Bishop of Bendigo, who celebrated his 78th birthday on Sitnday last, has the distinction of being the oldest Au glican prelate iu the Common wealth. . -That he spsiit his 78th birthday in Sydney, where he labored so zealously for 32 years, can be re garded as appropriate,.though there will be many regrets that a hos pital is his temporary residence. The operation, performed by Sii Alexander M-'Cormick, on 10th May, was. however, quite success ful, and though his condition was serious for a time, the bishop is now making satisfactory progress. The directors of the Kyabram butler factory on Thursday dis cussed with the dairy inspector (Mr M'Keuzie) the question of condemning cream cans. A letter was read from ITiidera suppliers complaining of harsh treatment ...

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The Weather. WATER SUPPLY ON THE CAMPASPE AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

The Weather. WATER SUPPLY • ON THIi . CAMPASPE AREA. a lie crops; and;.grass in the dis trict are makiug good progress since the late rain, but a further downfall, even though, of moderate' dimensions, is anxiously desired by farmers in outer to keep the sur face moist and: to continue the growth, iii places, too, where chan nel water is not available, the water supply in the tanks is at a low. ebb, for-.the recent rains; being mild and fa'ling on thirsty. ground, did not do much - towards replenishing the water storages. Settlers on the timber land of theRestdowu estate, south of Rochester, have had to cart water from the Carnpaspe dur* ing much of the past summer, for though the western Campa'spa chau •nel is not far distant, a gully inter venes between it aud the settle .ment; but it is understood that .this ^winter the Government wi'l pro vide a flume for the conveyance of water over this obstruction 'and then the settlers can construct drain's to carry the water to their holdin...

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Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 26 May 1914

Hospital Sunday. A meeting of the committee of the above was held in " the Shire Hall on Friday evening,'-there Being present Messrs T. W. M'Master (in the chair), A. C. Jaue,W. Edwards, E. Iv. Forrest, the Revs. G. Tre gear aud J. F. Sims, H. Paruaby. and J. D. Cheethaui (secretary) The secretary read a' letter from the Cominercial Travellers'Associa lion Choral Socigty, stating that the application for their services for a concert would be considered at its meeting ou Juue <5. The Rev- G Tregear moved that the Hospital Suuday service be held ou 7th Juue, at 3 p m. Seconded by Mr Jaue aud carried, Mr Cheethaui moved thit Mr M'Kenzie, a representative of. the Echuca Hospital and the local clergymen be iuvited to address the meeting otFtlie occasion. Secouded by Mr Edwards aud carried. It was moved by Mr Jaue, se couded by Mr Forrest, that Mr Eddy be asked to obtaiu, if pos sible, the services of the united church choirs for Hospital Sunday. Carried.' It was further agreed...

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