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WHAT PEOPLE DO. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

WHAT PEOPLE DO. By "Walt Mason. "I used to insist that this is ilio best of all_~possible -worlds,"' remarked the druggist, ''but tlic more I read the newspapers the moro I find' that be lief .slipping. Tliore is so much ingra titude in tho world that a man can't shake a stick at it. I was loading a hideous story in the newspaper this morning. "An old -woman in a small Wisconsin town was ta ke a to tlie' poorhouso the other day, and the journey broke her heart. In her better days, when she was able to work and earn money, that woman made a business of adopting children and giving them a cliance in life. She roared three girls, and all of thoni married well and Tire in comfort able homes at this hour. And not oue of the three -would, lift a finger to keep the old woman from the poorhouso. Such a story as that makes a' mail won der whether human nature isn't a rem nant counter affair." ".Before a man makes -up ■ his"" mind to condemn the human race because of such a story," said the v...

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

MORTICIANS. Long ago, "when man departed from this earth • to face his Milker, then his loved - ones, broken-hearted, called the village undertaker; now, when, man's, in that condition,- dead as death can ever make him, people summon the morti cian to embalm and undertake him. When, my beard begins to harbor wrens and robins, great and lesser, I consult the nearest barber, not tonsorial pro fessor. "When-1 hare some news that orter printed be, to stir men's wonder, I ring up a good reporter—not a jour nalist, by thunder t "When the sur geon and physician do their worst and leave mo dying I will murmur: "No mortician round my carcase shall come Paring I Whon_ I'm carried to God's acre, see the doings,are conducted by a good old undertaker on old-fashioned lines constructed!1' How I hate these fancy handles men adopt, to soothe their vitals; they are but dull-witted vandals who reject time-honored titles. He is safest, sanest, smartest, who es chews all sounding lingo; do not claim to...

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USEFUL BYE-PRODUCTS. What is Gained With the Saving Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

USEFUL BYE-PRODUCTS. What Is Gained W'th the Saving. Habit." By JoLb M. Cskison. Credited to T. T. Manger is the fol lowing :— "The habit of saving is its alt' an ed ducation. It fosters every virtue. It teaches self-denial. It cultivates a sense of ord-y. It trains to fore ■ thought, and so broadens tho mind. It reveals the meaning of the word busi ness,. which 13 something very diifer ent from its routine." Self-denial, a sense of order and iore thought arc the very vitals of business success. They are enough to win a modest success for anybody. They aro not hidden from the- sight of anybody, hiit lie within tho reach of all. And Mr. Munger believes that by acquiring the habit of savins yiu will got these essentials as a by-product. Business success means simply using care" to 'see that what comes in shall always bo a little more than what goes out. It means being sure that every dollar mvvsied shall bring a few cents more than a dollar within a reason ably short time. Very soon, ...

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THE INDUSTRIOUS MOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 16 January 1914

THE INDUSTRIOUS MOUSE. Many years ago.a studious Scotsman named David Hutton proved that stores of the profitable energy were go ing to wasto among those tiny but active folk, the ordinary domestic mice. In the summer of 1812 1 had occa sion (he wrote) to bo in Perth. While inspecting the toys and trinkets that were manufactured by the French pris oners in the depot there, .my attention was attracted by a. little toy house with a wheel in the gable that was running rapidly round, impelled by the activ ity of a common mouse. For ono (shil ling I purchased the house, the mouse and the wheel. But how to apply half-ounce power, "which is the weight of a mouse, to a useful purpose was the difficulty. At length the manufacture of sewing thread seemed the most practicable. _ The investigator found that an ordin ary mouse would run on the average ten- and a-half miles a day; he had one mouse that ran the remarkable distance of eighteen miles in that time. A half penny's worth of oatmeal was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Rochester JockeyClub ANNUAL MEETING? Wednesday, January 21, 1914 Pic-sid en 1: Mr T. W. M'Master. Vicc picsidcnt, JIi J. S. Ilanlcy. .Judge, Mr P. Dohcrt)-, Stewards: Messrs P. Do bcrty, E. T. Kelly, J. Murphy, T. \V. M'Masler, P. Gorman, J. S. Hanley, K. O'Brien, W. H. Hooker, D. M'Cornjnek. Committee: Messrs T. Li. Williams, P. Fitzgerald. P. Dohcrtv, T. W. M'Mastcr, S. llalsmau, 1', Gormau, J. Murphy, P. Murphy. J. S. Ilautev, K. 1. Kelly, K. O'Brien. Ur. M'Alecr, J. L. \Vorner, W. H. Booker, J. Armstrong, and L>. M'Coriuuck. Treasurer, Mr V,. J. Kelly. Starter, Mr T. \V. M'jYlaster. Assistant Starter, Mr K. O'Brien. Clerk of Scales Mr J. L. Woruer, Cleik of Course, Mr P. Murphy, Ilandicappcr, Mi W. Hill. Timekeeper, Mr J. M'Coruiack, . VALUliOF STAKES, ,£100.' , PROGRAMME. First Racc at 1,45 p.m.- sharp. TRIAL HANDICAP, uf 10 soys. Five furlongs. l'or all horses that have never won a Hat ruce exceeding the value 10 govs. Eutiuiice, 10?. HANDICAP HURDLIS RACE, of 20 sovs. Two ...

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SOROSES HAIR TONIC. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

SOROSES 1IAIR TONTC. This oreparation is unsurpassed as a'liair food aud dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head uigli; aud morning, and gently massaged into the scalp, renders baldness impossible. Soroses Hair 1'ouic will absolutely mow hair, and prevent it from falling out. It imparts a beautiful glossy sheeu, aud brings out all the natural brightness of the hair. Price 5s <?cl. Obtainable at Warden Bros. A number of .wheat lumpers em ployed at the lilinore railway station 011 Saturday last applied ■ for an extra shilling per day, intimating that, if their request were not ac ceded to, they would desist from futtlier work. Subsequently, the general body of lumpen;-met, aud pi-offered a similar demand, with a similar thr.eut. The - agents, after conferring, decided to grant the in crease demanded, making the wages 8s per day, and work hasproeeeded uninterruptedly. " Tliev doll is prohalbly ~the. most antique of toys. It has been found inside the graves of c...

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IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

IN POLITICS, His days were joyous and serene, his life was pure, bis record clean; folte named their children after liini. and he was in the .social swim; am bitious lads would say, "I plan to be just such a worthy man!" But in the fullness of his years, the tempter whispered in his ears, and begged that he • would make the race for a And so he yielded to his fate, and came forth as a candidate. TThe night before election day Jliey found hiai lying, cold and -'roy. message in his Icy hand: "The papers thatopposed my race have brought me into de.ep disgrace; I iind thai. I'm a fiend unloosed; T robbed a widow's .chicken roost, and stole an orphan's Easter egg,' and swiped a soldier'* wooden leg. . I thought myself a de cent man, whose record all the world might scan; but now, alas, too late! I see that all the depths of infamj have soiled rue with their- reekinf shame, and so it's time to rtidt Ci( game." During the late war two soldiers who were preparing a short roadwav leading up ...

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Rochester Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Rochester Jockey Club. above club's auuual races to be "held to-morrow (Wednesday):— jTtial Iiaudidap: —Brewer's Cry stal 'Jst 51b, Barrel 8st lib, Gallee Maid 8st 41b, Stella Gay Tst 1 "2lb, Balljhn Tst I Jib, Miss Jean Tst 12lb TpolbeatTst Tib, Sir Lachlan Tst Tib, J.F.L Tst 51b, Buckauite Tst, Chest SSy ost 121b, Sceptre ost 101b, ^Blnttoot ost 101b. 1 jHurdle Race:—Admiral Grand j list Tib, Yarrabrae lOsc Tib, Sir j iGouliu lOst, F'.eetliue 9st. ! j ^Rochester Haudicap:— Admiral fGrand Ost, Mousseliue Sst 12lb, : Bertha Maid 8st 1 lib, Nujec Sst 91b, Brewer's Crystal Sst 61b, Brake Sjfcarc 8st -tlb, Blank Cartridge 8st 2Lb, Tiuouec 7st 10lb, Rpg "si f^lb, Lucky Beam Tst 51b. fjistaucu Trot,:- Rockfeller scr nest Dixie scr, Gweunie scr, scr, Sirocco 10 yds. bhd, Flora 10 jds. bhd, Albert 10 yds. bhd, Satiny 10 yds. bhd, Rowell 20-yds. b$d LiUle Roy TO yds bhd, Fox 70 yds. bhd; Ella lj0 yds, bhd, Jackie Mitchell 90 vds, bbd, Fairy I|dlJ0 yds. bhd, 'Little Dot 130 yds, bhd. Jack Al...

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RICH MEN IN GARRETS. [?]entricities of Millionaire Hermits. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

RICH MEN IN GARRETS, eSfttentrlclties of Millionaire Hermits. The "vanity, of riches" lias neper I oeen more strikingly demonstrated thaii by the story of Mr. G. E. Derinff, jvlip has recently died at Lockiery Hail, Welwyn. ® . For the greater part of halt a cen tury this lord of many -acres and of a quarter of a million of money has been content to lead the life of a her mit in his magnificent home surround ed by a thousand acres of park land. His valuable pictures—bv Holbein, Fra Uartoloweo, and other old mas ters'—have stood for a generation stacked three deep with their faces turned to the walls; a generation ol dust had settled undisturbed on Dres den vases, gold and enamel clocks, statuary, and costly furniture. Gorgeous carriages, rich with her aldic painting, lay rotting in his coach-house: his front door was over grown witli ivy as high as Hie stone .shield of arms that crowned it. Xot even a lamb was allowed id bleat within hearing of the lord of this des olate mansion: an...

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Ensilage Unchaffed. PRIMITIVE, BUT EFFECTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Ensilage Unchaffed, PRIMITIVE, BUT EFFECTIVE When told by a Murray Valley farmer of bis satisfaction with ensilage as a uieaus of providing autumn and winter feed for his dairy herd, the reporter asked him what kind of a silo he had. "Well you would not call it a silo at all," lie said. "It's just a hole iu tile ground." To the question, Do you cut the stuff iuto greeu chaff iu filling the pit, he replied that ■variegated thistles, Scotch thistles, trefoil, marsh mallows, wild tur nips aud such like did not need chaffing. "Do you not find it difficult to chaff the ensilage after it is made?" "I never tried," he answered. The cows are fed by laying forkfuls of ensilage ou an open pasture paddock It suits me to feed in this way, and chaffed ensilage' ,would involve makiug fresh arrangements which are not necessary. "If you are makiug ensilage of a crop of wheat or oats, would you put it uuchaffed into the pit?" "Certainly," he teplied "because it cures better that way, and I want it t...

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Items of Interest. , -.i i lac Matthews." as he was V- f Lowu died on Thurs ^'aeetl 7S years. "Old Joe'' J ia India with the Im perial served inintt . , ,,froin '1859 to Si during which period be. • i s-evcra! good conduct medals .warded 'f„°e ante aod g,vf n of /'5. He was at al1 C'-u ardent Britisher, and oh Say occasions paraded the town Jllregalia, dccorated with his tSSs'aud singing patriotic songs. ¥he old soldier died iu receipt of all cffage pension, as well as au Im perial pension. ^ • -1 abor preaches a doctrine which • ,.uli 'i snarl and ends with a beg'f- aid MrWtt'm address St of ijHc. * «* vclV Yoik currcspoudeut of Lon , observer" states that, owing Uuftcd State 'traffic 1^1,5=. imports of Arg«»«»» aod Australian beef hsve increased largely rf the Labor Party is going to cuniiuuc discarding planks of Its ulatforw everywhere as it ha* cione , L \ew South Wales it will soon be j impossible to distinguish it from the liberal Party. Indeed the time mav not be fai off wnen...

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The Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

The Harvest. After the spring tide of wheat delivery at Rochester a week or so ago the ebb has now set in, but, though the supply has mateiially slackened, enough is coming to hand to keep the wheat stackers at high pressure. Messrs Darling and Son have completed a stack of over 50.000 bags iu the station yard, near the residence of the station master, and have now several thous I and bags in a new stack which thev are erectiug near the cattle yards. Messrs Bell and Fuller are also stacking very considerable quan tities. Comparatively little of the wheat now being locally delivered is despatched to Melbourne owiug chiefly to a block of grain at Wi! liamstowu. It has to be remeui bered that immense quantities of grain are pouring in from the Mallee and Wimmera districts as well as from our own northern wheat areas. During the mouth of December about 17,000 bags were entrained to the seaboard from the Rochester station, and about 25 000 this month to date, making a total of 42,000 bag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

MESSRS' "" ' E. HOLMES MUIR And[ J. E. ORAPP (Formerly Muir, Crappand Russell), SURGEON- DENTISTS, CROMWELL HOUSE, corner of Collins and Russell Street, MELBOURNE, Beg to announce that their Echuea branch manager. MR II. LEE (Recorded by the Dental Board of Vic toria) May be consulted at ROCHESTER Every Thursday tall day) at their surgery, rear of Mr II. Lcudon Chemist. All mechanical work, except urgent repairs, carried out at their Melbourne laboratory. Thos. Webster (Late of England) PRACTICAL HORSE SHOER and GENERAL JOBBING SMITH, Moore Street,. Rochester tNext Barn's Livery Stables). ALL HORSES SHOD UNDER T.W.'b SUPERVISION. ; . A TRIAL SOLICITED. Commercial Hotel Moore-St. Rochester. Miss COGHLAN Desires to inlimatc to Friends and [Visitors that the Covered in Yard In connection with the above Hostelry is now completed, and Loose Boxes, ns well as a great.number of Stalls are pro vided. All Stabling Free. AMPLEST ACCOMMODATION IN ROCHESTER. AlanQ. Robertson RAMSAY STREET. ROCH...

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The Late Drowning Fatality. MAGISTKRIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

The Late Drowning Fatality, MAGISTKRIAL INQUIRV. This was conducted at.the Rest down homestead ot Mr Con. God frey on Friday, by Mr S. Haisinan, J.P. John Joseph Reidy, aged i3 years deposed that about 2.30 p.m., iu company with the deceased, Marv Godfrey, 16 years, and Jmes God frey. 11, he went to the lagoon near, the Campaspe to look for worm* for bait. While there James God frey went iu'o the lagoon to hsthe He was iu the water about 20 min utes, when his sister Mary left to go home to get witu ss a pair of old pants to wear while bathing. She returned iu a few minute-;, an! he went into the lagoou also. When witness had been iu the water about 10 minutes, Jim got out on to the bank and sat ou a root at the edge of the wa^er about 4 paces distant from witness. Mary was-sitting on rome roots about the same distant away. Saw James Godfrey slip in to the water. He sang out "Jacit Jack, save me. Witness took off his pants and holding them by the braces, he threw them to Jim who caug...

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Grow the Lambs Well. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Grow the Lambs Well. No siugle part of the successful sheep husbandry is more vital to the financial welfare of the flock owner than the growing of the lamb crop to maturity. Every sheep man recognises the fact that quality is the predominant factor in the de termination of market value of flock products. There is little difficulty in securing top market prices when the goods can be delivered. When a lamb is dropped healthy and ro bust, and sucking a deep milking ewe, there is little trouble encoun tered to bring them to early ma turity. But the hitch cotnes, when adverse conditions are confronted, and prudent judgment must be ex cised to eliminate the obstacle. p'lock owners generally recognise the importance of properly growing the lamb crop to promote rapid gain and uniformity. The market to day, from every view poiut, is discriminating in favor of early ma turity and uniform quality. jThe mutton-maker must be alert to the dennnd of the market if he hopes to produce the quality o...

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Our Water Supply and Weighbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Our Water Supply and • Weighbridge.' It cannot be snid tlfat.the rate payers ,of, Rochester are not long suffering.' We life almost inclined to believe that some of Job's descen dant's are residing iu our midst— in fact, we might ba pardoned for inferring that some of the same are on onr WaterTiust, so meekly have our representatives been taking their gruel iu connection with the town's water supply of late. It is getting beyond a joke this eternal nuisance of no water, or a dribbling supply that only bungs anathema on the heads of those responsible for the present scandalous state of 'affairs, and all their works. That ol I Joo has had followers on the council for ages past has been too apparent. Of couise we pass Cr Pat. Keogh by in this regard for the present, at least the young repre sentative is too youuu—munici pal1 y, to be held blame able tor the eternal perpetuation of the dust nuisance. Never in the history of the town has the imbecility of per mitting the heavy wheat traf...

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Dry Farming. FOURTEEN BUSHEL CROP ON 2¾ INCHES OF RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Dry Farming. FOURTEEN BUSHEL CROP ON 2*4 INCHES OF RAIN. One of the observers for the ! Commonwealth Meteorological Ser vice, who is farming on a large scale at Tralee, near Parkes, N.S W., iu sending in his annual return of the rainfall, makes some i very interesting comments ou the relation behveen this and the crop returns realised by him. 1 His experience confirms in a most admirable and comforting manner the theory—now largely translated into practice—tliat by proper and careful tillage of the soil for the previous ten or twelve months before seeding sufficient moisture may be retained in the subsoil to provide storage upou which the wheat plant may draw and thrive even iu winters so dry as to make failure certain under the older methods of cultivation. By the end of June at Tralee some 3000 acres were seeded. Although from this time till the crop was har vested at the end of November otilv 23^ inches of rain fell upou it, au average yield of 14 bushels per acre was stripped of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

SANDHURST and NORTHERN DISTRICT TRUSTEES EXECUTORS and AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, ESTABLISHED 1888; r. WHEN MAKING \'OUR WILL APPOINT this COMPANY EXECUTOR, it 'beiug empowered by vSpecial Act of Parliament NO 979 to act as : EXBOtTTOR ADMIUISTP/ATOB Or i TI^TJSTEZE). JMLOJSTttlT TO LE1TD, JAS. P, B. McQUIE, Manager. View Street, Bendigo. Australian Mutual Provident Society* THE ODDEST AND WEALTHIEST AUSTRALIAN LIFE OFFICE ASSETS ' ... ^31.000,000 ANNUAL INCOME""" ' —••• • CASH BONUSES DIVIDED, nearly . .. A1':®®® CASH BONUS FOR ONE YEAR (1912) , ...... ,£930,000 THE LEADING LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE. PURELY MUTUAL. . SHAREHOLDERS. ALL THE PROFITS BELONG TO THE POLICYHOLDERS. No Other Office Conduct its Business SO ECONOMICALLY or DECLARES SUCH LARGE BONUSES. Melbourne Office, F. T. BRIDGES, 459-463 Collins Street. Rssideut Secretary. District Agent—W. R. PENNYCOOK. Northern Timber & Hardware Go., PTY. LTD. Doherty street, ROCHESTER. Timber Merchants Contractors Ironmongers and Plu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Lit Rochester Timber and Iron Yards, Pluiivliers,..Builcl€rs, ©ontraetors and Hardware Merchants. . The Cheapest and Best Place for all HARDWARE LINES. Specialties for January seioiiiMiami 100 iraI Malt Tanks, 25s each Portable Room. £20 Hrkson Hot Air J;iisfinc for Pumping, new. cost £28;; will take X J «S fUooii Oven, used few months. Ids crosenc fipray Pumps, " Knapsack." "ijjiccess" and hand, ■f'shing Tficklc Big Ben Clocks, the best in (lie world, for 12s 6d Hanging and Table Lamps from 10^d to 50s Deitz Buggy Lamps, 15s Buggy Candle Lamps from 12s, 6d pair Vegetables and Flower Seeds Electric Kettles, Toasters, Irons , " Blue Bell" Arsenate of Lead j "(Recommended by all Leading! Orclnudists) : funis and Ammunition SPECIAL PRICES for THIS MONTH Spot Cash Only. Positively No Booking. \ No 8 Best Black Fencing Wire at £8 10s per ton; 8s 9d per cwt • No 14 Barb Wire at 17s Gd per cwt. 1 No 12 do at 16s do ~ Wire Netting, 36 x 2 x 19, 13s per roll of 100! yds Wire Netting. 36 x 1'...

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TELEGRAMS MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. Grain, &c., Market. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 January 1914

Correspondent.) H .U-V Monday Eveume. faun. Morke' It To-day's 'quotations wcic Itel quiet, local. 3s6J(d; prompt T 0,/^ February delivery; oats, .illivg Is lOd; feed Is 9d; maize \j-chaff, to .{3 5s; bay, to 1,5 V potatoes, U U's; ouious 18. Alleged Illegal Betting. Stephen Fit/.patrick was to-day Jned witb /,'3 3s costs for In lawfully using « verandah at Toxton Park hole! for betting .trposc-s, Small-Pox. Ad Arab fireman ou the French ail steamer Caledonieu, which rived to-day from Noumea was iuiid to be suffering from modified nall-pox. The vessel was qmra.ii tied. Strikes, Laborers employed at Tyldealey I contracting the Bairusdale to j jrbost railway .struck wort to-day a protest against the methods sfopted of loading drays in cut I Forty men employed iu the con ||niction tf the Jixford weir are Srrikiusr fur the uiitiiniuui of 9s a 1 day. I Appointment. j 1 Mr ]. K. Salter, constructor of Gcbltham dockyard was to-day ap pointed manager of Cockatoo Island dockyard at a salary ...

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