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Father Adam Again. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Father Adam Again, terS\?,!(LbT y""'n' '1U|f,'! "ur holidays'?" s ,u-n ofT for your off. my 1;„|. Jour to\ir~?iV>lna*' of ffas cniiinn i rJ"" ' '"!,v Adam ,,f "--I'iarte., Pendert for ?' ar""''1 wi,h |m"' <k" i S|,orl "|,on a Ills !or which lie. j J to a onlv. carried Ya , "? Iin<'kr-'t: and lie (i si«s. for \vif> i'" , °f ,nails' ass,)i'!' ®fr- Ho Ivil r 1,(1 llai11' couidn't unp'i. '.l ! which ho a Mi'of sol« ti,011-"1!''' a !u'al'1' :ul<l 52(1 a lot 0 w °",h<; Pilt: Pirk." f 1)onef. allien Ik- couldn't ?!c'e; bi[t]'tv-n;. p.ls taso w''<s liiird. a,J a flouililp'r"' , W0rso 'n1 *sr(is P'-orured , 1,0 nf,c" 'lise a sh"t." ^ood-byo; I'm off

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Five Pages. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

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Corop. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Corop. A ten in of Corop Tennis players j visited Rushworth on Saturday, June 6th, and'played a very evenly contested game with the Rushworth team, play being slightly in favour of Corop until the evening, when the light failed. The home team then being more at "home" than the visitors. The final score read Corop, 57 games; Rushworth 60 games, Rushworth thus winning by the narrow majority of 3 games. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies, and was much' appreciated after the long drive over, and some strenuous play on the new courts. Following are the scores, Corop players being mentioned first in each instance:— Miss A. Walsh and. A. Williams beat Miss Christie and E. A. Mul han 6—4. Miss E. Mara and T. Rose lost to Miss Allan and Goldswortliy 2—6 Miss A. Walsh and P. Hicks lest to Miss Wisc-mau and Cooke 5—6. Mr and Mrs Rose beat Miss Wal bran and L. Mulhan G—I. Messrs L?. Hicks and A. Williams beat Cooke and Goldsworthy 6—3, G—,3 and lost to E. A. and E. Mill ban 5—6. T. aua W....

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Hospital Sunday Service. A LARGE ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Hospital Sunday Service. A LARGE ATTENDANCE.' The committee of the above were favored with beautiful weather for their annual effort ou behalf of the Echuca Hospital, and the ample ac commodation of the Picture Theatre was tested fully to place the large audience. Owing to the blowing out of a motor tyre the Echuca parly were late in arriving, but still in sufficient time to take part in the function. They consisted of Messrs H. M'Keuzie, M.I,.A., and J. Simmie (president), A. C. Os troui (treasurer), D. Sinclair (sec retary), of the Echuca Hospital committee. Previous lo the opeaing of the service the Rochester Brass Band, starting from the Post Office, played through the town, led by the drum-major, Mr Pattinson, and at the theatre played a number of plessing selections under the baton of Mr W. Hawley. The chair, was occupied by Mr W. H. Booker, president of the local committee of the movement, who withthesecreiary, Mr J. Cheet ham, and committee had worked hard towards the succes...

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KILLED THE WRONG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

killed the wrong man. ( jniii'diT (km-i;rrci sonii.: ;r:u in Gali'ia. Tin- man who fOMiill,.! ihl' .Til,II- was .1 = -ni;iiI f;ir ' mff, Ailiun CavrMi'. «'l.u :-<>M l.is Vdll-s liunry In a .^"lompn Earb. '! ii*' t,Vi*' ';i< ' to ci'Mlo t!i'- torpid, «n.l "li'-'n » srilis [a,Ui:y wrranpcwut arrival jI (h<V f]j"■ I i<> a lavn'il. ()!] j.'Slill- l'.l !l «•:>;! ii'-avily, so (lie iiii'i'diHiit uaail l::':!!'' Willi 111'.1 f:ir inor for '■ ■ -' ni.u.'ii. [ The mcrrlauil Imt.-iiiic smiii'whai j iml. Iw>v,-i »■<•!'. when In- found j Hat fiauido lock'''! Itini iiitu I»is lic>l I moM-ttc hay-I'MI. I-V;:r;n:>. Nml | He men-bant w»|h-.I fy«t« ilui loft j ami (Im house In' ;tii'-.i!.. r ilijor. j Moanv.liilc. Gavri.snn i-;inu> Into feo lioiise. anil i'1 ''iruoiu u'iiidi liic Merchant Jj.i.i jusi !<-1'I. v.Iu'it lir settled down for tin' nhlit. liaib, iv liirain: ?!ioi't'y afi'T with ;i i:<■ 11 &...

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The Madame Lena Conly Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

The Madame Lena Conly Concert. This took place at the Shire Hall on Friday evening before a very fair audience, who_ seemed to thoroughly appreciate'the excellent and well executed programme placed before them, as was demon strated by the constant encores, which were in nearly every instance accorded. At times rndeed the au dience were rather too exigent and made unreasonable demands ou the performers, for one response to re call ought to be a fair thing, and it has to be borne in mind that many of the items involved a consider able physical strain on the execu tants. The Conley quartette opened proceedings with the evergreen Annie Laurie, whose rendition af forded a foretaste of the good things to come. During the even ing they sang a number of old and popular part songs. .Mr Walter Jennings then sang Moore's 'ex quisite melody, Believe Me if all those Endearing Young Charms,, to which his sweet tenor voice gave excellent effect, and for an encore gave Dear Little Girl, which we fa...

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Rugging Dairy Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Rugging Dairy Cows. A characteristic difference, be tween the higher and lower classes of animals is that ill the former (horse, cow, etc.), tlie body is kept at nearly uniform temperature de spite changes iu surroundings, whereas in the latter class (snakes, lizards, etc.), the temperature of their "sairoundings determine to a great extent their body tempera ture. In the cold weather they be' come sluggish iu their movements. Warm-blooded animals, on the other hand, are stimulated to greater activity by cold, and their temperature does not fall seriously. The average body .temperature of a horse is from 102 to' 103 degrees, of a cow from 101-to-103, and of a sheep from 104 to 105 degrees.' In very cold weather a great deal of energy is spent in, - preserving the normal body temperature. The source of this energy is the food supply, and iu cold .weather more food is required to. maintain bodily heat than in warm: weather. The maintenance of body-tem perature has au important bearing...

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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, JUNE 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

®lre<s (Established 1873.) I'llUI.ISITKD TUKSDAY AND FRIDAY ' JIURNINGS. The Largest Country Penny Newspaper in Northern Victoria, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 191-1. Laud-seekers still continue to spy out our settlement laud, aud are shown over the country by the dis trict officers of the Water Commis sion. A couple of days ago a party of visitors were afforded an oppor tunity of a leisurely investigation of the soil , and environments not provided in the itinerary, for the motor got out of spirits and jibbed, and the cargo of the car that would not go had to "homeward plod their weary way," indulging meanwhile in cursory observations. On arrival a wearied and exasperated scribe, who had been inveigled into the excursion, slated that they had travelled 100 ruiles, but on being remonstrated with he reluc tantly .allowed a fairly liberal dis count. But he registered a deep and solemn vow ue.ver to set out aeain in. a motor uuless there is plenty of petrol on board. The majority of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

1 1 t«II i IB PTI LTD. Rochester Timber #^3 Iron Y&rds, - • •mistron'g staj^- r Plumbers, BiiHders* ©onfracters asij£%' iardware Merchants. The Cheapest and Best Place fo/'ail HARDWARE LINES. for June lyzack's Elephant One-way Discs, 20" and 18" Points r's Cast Shares ught and other Shares Wheat Picklers and Bluestone Troughing, Piping and Baths and Floor Coverings 7 ON HAND, LARGE :©'; VARIED STOCKS , of Building -Material S Hardware Jewellery. Jewellery Jewellery.. Pe have just purchased a MANUFACTURERS5 TRAVELLERS SET of SAMPLES,comprising a Very Large Range of LADIES' and GENT'S WATCHES, RINGS, <fcc. ' ^ iADIES' WATCHES in gold, gold filled, rolled gold, gilt, gun metal, oxidised steel, sterling silver, mother of pearl, and enamel. LADIES' "WRISTLETS, a fine collection. - dies' and Gent's CHAINS, PENDANTS, PINS, STUDS and RINGS. Gold, Bamboo, and Scone Bangles lolled Gold, Stone and Gold-filled Bangles. Sterling silver Earrings and Ornaments cores of different...

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Football. (By Wire.) (From Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

(By Wire.) (From Our Correspondent.) Melbourne, Monday Kveuiujr. itailts of matches played lo-day lis as under:— I,EAGVH :EssbiIom—0 goals .3 behind.*. Critou— II goals 10 behind*. S.Kilda—U goals In behinds. Galoag—8 goals ID behinds. Filzroy—15?goals Id behinds. University—,3 goals <> belauds. Wmgwood—6 goals 10 behinds SMelbourue—5 goals 13 behinds Richmoud—14 goals 11 behinds. Meibotirue—6 goals IT behinds. ASSOCIATION. Brighton—',) goals n behinds. X Melbourne— c goals 8 behinds Ptalirau— 11. goals lo behinds. Williamstown—10 goals 11 behind Hssudoii—15 goals 1.3 behinds. ihstlm-G goais i behinds. Konhcote—6 goals 1 -3 behinds. ft Melbourne—12 goals lo behinds. Jjoctscray—•" goals 14 behinds Btuuswick—5 goals 1. behinds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

SANDHURST and northern district TRUSTEES executors and agency COMPANY limited, ' ESTABLISHED 1888. WHEN MAKING YOUR WIU. APPOINT this COMPANY EXECUTOR, it beiug empowered by Special Act of Parliamen NO 979 to act as BXEGTJITOB ' ^iDnvciisrisT^JLTOK/ Or • TRUSTEE, TO LIEIKriD. JAS. P. B, McQUJE, Manager; View Street, ;Bendigo. J. T. KEiVNE, LL.B. BARRISTER aud SOLICITOR, 51 Pall Mall, Bendigo, And at ROCHESTER, ELMORE INGLEWOOD and QUAMBATOOK, Visits Rochester every Sale Day s.nrt at other times when notified. Telephone No. 324. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. HTwrRiSia^rBXTLUB (Formerly H. M. Lee), Solicitor, Rochester Commissioner for Affidavits, Victoria and New South Wales. TRUST and OTHER MONEYS TO LEND- No Commission Oiargeit. " MESSRS Cohen, Kirby & eo Solicitors, &c. Bendigo and Rochester, H>EG to announce to their clients and •D the public generally that on autl after the 18th day of April, 1912, they will occupy their ue-v offices at the new Shamrock hotel, and wil...

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SOME HISTORICAL HOAXES. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

' fa most PM>P|p "JW"1*™ tn,s;)(: „ \l admiraWf »wry. ilwiw wa» f last ,lW" lv,i" a ?Jcw mon. mi, »<■*><-i'wi to Ltm. l:"v "" '!'■;iuv' lieii urn " ;1 nie"' :,l>: '! nrraflCPr'S iUJ d:el 'e,t "1'lt iaiU'tU u:s L'simes tlicu: was a tins as" or laiinj; <fu ha i:e xptr I'-lucs ;l:i ur;w hi wiiti car:; oM d0p quietly ami journal 0/ W P'au.H; wins a o°'1x a's■ out wins ono. '!<•• »<■'« """ n/jefl tnu calamity m-mnoi f ;it. d-rJfes tlJ« story as by a uj.i ! i. ;e<j I gcior W tan scant'. TH<'/e Is un .si^n I m^iere ot tllc I nail niu(J-£<TJtiii; of uu; jx-ujiio uny I Mve read ,luuK <:,!l "h'm.1 »Ihj 1 me editors' prefaces -a n'lwn? m> inn" <a" i"iuil"'i ) Iiavc < I ned AVHy tlm inijurssitm ili.tt Un ( jjvB !)«'" i" '■oiiiiiiiiiii'in ''.iiii an ey j willies*. Wlicit (H-opj.- ii-anit-'J dial { & am «'its a iihinrt wry «iuch |jiu tie Mltli, ""'.v w,'|v '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Togress On the —whether at home or in the restuarant, there should always b e ,Leggo's of Bendigo "Progress" Tomato Sauce. It's the kind of Sauce you enjoy to the last—no biting acidity— but a Delicious and Delicate Fiavor com bined with a Smooth ness always agreeable to the palate, LeggoV "Progress" Sauce is the result of the most careful arid expert blending and preparation"—just to your " taste— of Bendigo's. B«st and Richest Tomatoes. Remember, there is none better than Leggo's "Progress" Tomato Sauce. Order it from your grocer this week. ' Obtainable from most Storekeepers. H. M. LEGGO & CO. Manufacturers Bendigo. Est. 1881 I .Jl Special Notice. ? Mortimer Hayes, Men's and Boys' Outfitter. BKGS.to announce that lie lias opened Busiuess as above, in. premises uext i\Ir J. Finuigan, Mackay street,. Rochester. Big stocks of— SHIRTS, TIES, COLLARS, SUITS, SOX, ami General Goods for Bleu and Boys. CHEAPEST HOUSE IN 'TOWN. Inspection Invited. Mortimer Hayes, Mackay Street, Sa...

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New Noxious Weed. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

New Noxious Weed. A new noxious weed has" been discovered at -Uodera. In appear ance it is like the ordinary castor oil plant. The Director of Agri culture, after exatuiniug the plant, states that the weed is known as the American prickly poppy. It is au annual, and a prolific seed bearer. It is a weed belongitfg to the poppy order, and therefore to be regarded, at least with suspicion. Eradicatiou is, for these reasons, imperative, and the Director ad vised as follows :—"If new to the district do not let planls mature their seeds, but destroy before the flowering stage is reached. If es tablished already and plants have shed seeds, do not plough these in but encourage their speedy germi nation; then destroy seedlings care fully." Clean cultivation, con certed action hj> landholders, and the use of reliable, clean agricul tural and pastoral seeds will do the rest."

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Mr Elwood Mead. OBSERVATIONS IN AMERICA. HOW TO MAKE IRRIGATION SUCCESSFUL. FINANCIAL HELP FOR SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Mr Elwood Mead. observations in america. how to make irrigation successful. financial HELP for settlers. Mr El wood Mead, Chairman of the Waler Commission, returned to Melbourne from America oil Thurs day. He said his visit to the United States -liad been of very great assistance to him, for while he had been here a great deal of de velopment in irrigation matters had taken place and (he informa tion he had gathered would be of much service here. He had been asked by the Governiiieut to make special inquiries into 'the reclam ation works in the Sacramento Valley, in view of the dredging in Victoria, and found a very general feeling that the methods of reclaim ing land adopted here were superior. With; respect to secures: immi grants, it was decidedly worth while to continue our efforts, andhe was pleased with the work being done by Mr Fricke. He considered the settlers who came with him a very fine type, and had been asked by others to select allotments for them. From the officer in...

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Methods of Irrigation. EDUCATION COUNCIL SUGGESTS INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Methods of Irrigation. EDUCATION COUNCIL SUG-; GESTS INSTRUCTION. At a meeting of the ^Council of , Public Education held 011 the 2nd inst., Mr \V. Orr moved: — That, taking into consideration the large amount expended 011 irri gation works and the heavy annual loss involved, this council again urges upon the Government the im mediate necessity of providing ad ditional facilities for tuition in ir rigation methods. He said there was an enormous out lav involved in the State with re gard to irrigation, and it .was high time steps were taken by Govern ment to provide instruction in the methods and science of irrigation The total expenditure upon irriga tion schemes amounted now to ' 1*3,976,479, of which LI,089,000 had been written off. The (expen diture upon domestic and stock schemes was L3,625,000, of which LI,0.37,000 had been written off. so that in round numbers there was a grand total expenditure of L7,039,004. Two millions of this was saddled upon the community, and at 4 per c...

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Agricultural Experts. SCOPE FOR FIELD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Agricultural .Experts. SCOPE FOR FIELD WORK. The experts of the Department of Agriculture are in the main competent authorities ou the various subjects which theV expound. They are not, however, afforded . the opportunity which they _ should have to display the initiative ne cessary to the adequate perfor mance of their duties. Their work is circumscribed by departmental rules and regulations, and is con sequently of less value to the farm* ing community thau it would othei wi'se be. No "body of men can be expected to attain the be^t resets in a service which compels them to work wiih tied hands. In such a case, ambition is stifled, and ceases to be an incentive to greater effort. If Government experts arc considered necessary, as they no doubt are, they can only be made, wholly effective by wideuiug their spheie of operations. _ Their duties cannot be satisfactorily con trolled from an office chair, as is done at present. The very nature of their work is such that it calls for almo...

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Sporting. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Sporting. FOOTBALL. Rochester v Mooroopua to-mor row, 011 the Recreation reserve:— Mills (capt.), Shanahan (vlce-capt), Pattiuson, Doyle (2), Ding, Free man, Scott, Green, Bennett, Crowe, Tomkinson, Williams, Hart, Atkin son,M'Naught, M'Cormack, Moore. Emergencies—Robins, Mustey. The visitors are bringing their best team and an excellent game should re suit. Rochester v Bamawin on Satur day next:—Freeman (capt.), Rae, Keogh, Mustey, Onley, Chamber lain, East, Vickers, Haisinan (2). J. Atkinson, Meiteus, Bromley,Duffy, Robins, Wallb, Fegan,B{rd,Cheoug, Hutson. A large contingent of State school scholars iuvatfed Rochester on Sat urday, including a'teain of youthful footballers, intent on conquering a like contiugent of the local Stale school scholars. They arrived by the nine o'clock train from Border town, and had a right ro}'al day out. The match eventuated on the local ground, where several of the enthusiasts who guide the to:tuues of the senior club were present, on the look-out....

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

Personal. Mr Alf. Thorpe was unloading firewood off a dray at the Northern Timber Company's yard on Friday evening, when a piece of wood on which he was standing slipped, and Alf. was thrown out of the dray. The large piece of wood which he was holding broke his fall through a large tank being handy. As it was he got a badly bruised leg, and his face was cut, through contact with the edge of the tank. Mr Jim Murphy, the well-known j knight of the cleaver, sustained a nasty cut in his right leg, while engaged skinning a bullock on Saturday. The injury, which has proved very painful, necessitated several stitches. Last week Mrs Reidy, mother of Mr Reidy, of theWater Commission, who died some time ago, fell and broke her thigh at Nurse Cruick shank's private hospital, at which she has been staying for some time. To complicate matters Mrs Cruick shauk later had the misfortune to break her arm, which she threw out to break a fall caused by slipping in the garden. Dr. Sandison at tended t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 9 June 1914

For Sale ! AT THE Pure Food Cash Store. f. 6. tiawlep PROPRIETOR (Successor to Hawley Bros). Best 1A Sugar, 15s bag Best 1a Sugar, 2s 10d dozen Leggo's Bendigo Jam—=• Plum, 7d tin, Gs 9d doz Ouiuce, 7d tin, 6s 9d doz I I,emou and Melon, 8d tin, 7s 9d dcz Gooseberry, 8d liu, 7s 9d doz Fig, 9}4d tin, 9s 3d doz Apple and Quince Jelly, 8}4dtin, 8s 3d doz 251b Flour, 2s 7^d Digestive Meal, 6lb for Is Pure Garden Hduey, 31b for Is \ Bendigo Sauce, 5j£d bottle Do Pickles, 8d bottle First grade Mildura Currants, 5>zd lb Do do Sultanas, 7^d lb Do do Raisins, 7d lb ' Second grade Mildura Raisins, 3d. lb Fiji Dates, bib for 1°. I0)4d - Biscuits (Imperial) — Rice nd, Coffee 5d, G Nuts 54, Arrowroot 5d, Mixed 5d Sago, 2s 6d doz Rice, 2s 9d doz Tapioca, 2s 6d doz Treacle, 21bs 6d, 71bs Is 6d Syrup, 21bs 7d, 7lbs Is 9d Tomato Obutuey, 8d bottle Fig do, Is bottle ' Tall Salmon, 9}<jd tin Dutch Cocoa, Is 5d tiu SPECIAL, POTATOES, CAR MEN'S. Quality tells-. A Large Stock of Furniture fo...

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