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Swimming Baths. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 27 January 1914

Swimming Baths. PUBLIC MEETING. A large and representative meet ing of Rochester townspeople was held in the Fire Station on Friday evening to consider the question of the establishment of public baths at Rochester. Mr J. E. Humphris was voted to the chair, and there were also pre sent Messrs J. A. Duggau, R. Mills, A. Hughes, T. Malone, A. Hum phris, B. Mason, W. Booker J. L. Worner-, W. Atkinson, Rev H. S. Heath, W. Bird, W. J. Hart, J. Armstrong, T. R. Paly, S. Hais mau, A. Paltinson, P. Fitzgerald, T. W. M'Master, A. Shields, Dr L,ease, Dr Saudison, A. C. Jane, T. W. M'Master, P. Gorman, S. Quirk, — Thomas, T. B. Williams, — Buchau, Senior-constable Reidy, and J. A. Egan. Apologies were received from several gentlemen. The chairman explained that the meetiug was called for the. purpose; of establishing swimming baths in.] Rochester, for reasons .that;'h&d been published. : : Mr Haismau related the circum stauces that led up to the present meeting and cited the sad drowni...

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"The Express." (Established 1873.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914. SWIMMING BATHS. SATISFACTORY PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 27 January 1914

'Established 1873.) P DBLISUED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINOS TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914. SWIMMING BATHS. SATISFACTORY PROGRESS. The assemblage together on Fri day evening at the fire station of over 30 gentlemen representative of the leadiug professions, commer cial interests and industries of Ro chester and district, to formulate measures for the establishment of swimming baths iu the town, as ; -well as their earnest advocacy of such action and their general en thusiasm on the subject, bore ample testimony to the almost universal recognition of the want that has so long existed here. No up-to-date und progressive town is regarded as properly equipped without swim ming baths, and we observe that at Shepparton a vigorous movement is oil foot in that direction. No recreation is so admirably adapted to a summer evening as swimming. Physiologists and the medical pro- J fession affirm that it is about the most perfect form of exercise, in asmuch as every muscle of the body is brought into ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 27 January 1914

Rochester LTl ron Plumbers, Builders, Contractors The Cheapest and Best Place for al LJNES,: SPEC/AL PRICES for THIS MONTH ON HAND, Specialties for January I SgffjT * S,a" «"! «** <*•» Only, ;l Portable Room. U« ■ Haariat and T»i,i,-1 .mr, frw#; N„ , „ Booking. II lirkson Hoi Air lingiac for lO.Jid (o 50s <m ,,Cinj?r Wirc a( ,0s P«<* j Large and Varied Stocks Pimipiuj:. new, cost £28: ^e*tz Buggy Camps. 15s \ , j < o' w u - ^er ^ •■III lakolis . ISugg.v Candle Lamps from I2siv° , Barb Wlre •« « « per nrl. — i iNo 12 do at 16s do ox«" , 6d pair ouilOven, iihhJ few months. Vegetables and Rower Seeds ; Wire Netting, 36 x 2 x 19. !3s per roii of I IDs *- i Mrosenc gjirHv Pumps, "Knapsack. | 'buawfi" and [l-Wniig Tackle bledric kettles. loasters. Irons ,, , ,u , « r» .ip; . 4 c , , j Wire Netting, jO x I?s x 18, 17s 3d per roll of " Blue Bel! Arsenate of Lead j inn vik (Recommended by all Leading i * Orchtuxiisis.) i Droppers, 2 x 1, 3' 6" and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 27 January 1914

f—■ ' | The Store where Men Can Buy for "Less." No matter what a man needs, he can buy it at Whitelock and Carter's, and buy it "for less" than he would pay elsewhere. But not only so—the man who likes to be both Stylishly abd Smartly Dressed, has the advantage of being able to procure the Newest and Most Up-to-the-Minute of Fashion Wearables—whether it be a "BETTER" Tailored Suit or any and every one of the Smaller Articles of Attire —Shirts, Ties, Underpants, Singlets, Hand kerchiefs, &c., that a MAN MUST have, SHOW VISITORS who have not often the chance of a personal visit to a really up to-date men's store—equal to any similar store in Melbourne—should take the oppor tunity by the forelock, and call at White lock and Carter's, in the Mall, opposite the Post Office, during show week. Whitelock Si Carter PALL MALL, BENDICO. Carriage Paid on all Tarcels over-5s. Northern Timber & Hardware Co., PTY. LTD. Doherty street, ROCHESTER. Timber Merchants Contractors Ironmon...

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THE WEIGHBRIDGE NUISANCE. ITS REMOVAI IMPERATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 27 January 1914

THE WEIGHBRIDGE NUIS ANCE. ITS REMOVAI, IMPERATIVE. Complaints of the persistence in maintaining the municipal weigh bridge iu its present highly un-. desirable position continue to pour iu, and those prejudically affected are "nursing their wrath to keep it warm." They maintain that the present conditions seemed designed to afford the maximum amount of inconveuieuce and discomfort with out possessing any compensating features. To reach the shire weigh bridge the farmer must traverse some of the principal thoroughfares of;the town. When weighed out he wants to reach the near level cross ing in order to deliver his load west of the railway line. But it is only with great difficulty, and the risk of wrenching his waggon, and per haps damaging his horses, that he can make the short turn iu order to proceed through Gillies ,f The result is that the driver " ally proceed straight south \i"* Gillies street, west along street and north through m0:v street to reach the crossing" encircling ...

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MAGAZINE MOTOR CAR VAGARIES OF WRITERS [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

MAGAZINE MOTOR CAR VAGA&IES OF "WRITERS One of the most remarkable pro ducts of the twentieth centucy Is that triumph of mechanical engineering, the Magazine motorcar. _ It has been remarked that the gentlemen who write the glowing advertisements of "Houses to Let" have obviously never lived in them." It is equally obvious (says "Motor News") that the worthy folk who write, in the popular magazines, hair curling- short stories about motorcars have never driven in them. It was, of course, inevitable that with the rapid advance of the motorcar in popular favor there should be a cor responding advance in the popular imagination on the subject. In this cr>se the proverb must be reversed, for assuredly the short story-tellers fWinn stronger than truth. several different models "intftwrs. but,, so : 1 ' the ' .'ht cylinders; seldom f'-v < r than six. It has a gigantic body, painted in bizarre colors. Its system of control is automatic, leaving the driver free to look...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

WATSOM'S N'lO SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. JAMES WATSON & CBLDUNDEE. 'kojw lyou fined JC- I yrajd*/ <3ia&u/r ? T INVENTORS PATENTS Obtained In Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description. Fall Information, Costs, etc., sent oa application to A. O. SACHSE, C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUIEDINGS, Corner Colllne and William ®ta., MELBOURNE. A curiously distorted account of English municipal customs appeared in the responsible French journal "L'Opinion." Throughout England and Wales the newly elected mayors to the number of 327 were duly weighed in. They will again he weighed when they quit office, so that the electors may know if they have gained flesh during their term. At London Exchequer there was solemnly registered the weight of the new Lord Mayor, Sir John Gomm, who turned the scale at lost lib. His predecessor. Sir Gracfe, weighs 9st 2^1b, and lost 6>/£lb during his te...

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HOME DEFENCE [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

HOME DEFENCE Lord Glenconner (Mr Asquith's brother-in-law and former Liberal M.P. for Salisbury), addressing the Liverpool Liberal Federation yesterday (says the "Daily Mail" of December 2) said that despite attenuated numbers i the Territorials cost £500,000 more than Lord Haldane assured us would be the maximum cost for the full establish ment of 312,000 men. That was not sound business, and the time had come for an end to be put to these wasteful leakages. • What were we to do? There was an alternative measure between the Terri torial Force as now raised and conscrip tion, the latter of which was unneces sary and had never been advocated. The alternative was to compel the youth of all classes to take its turn in the Territorial Force, but instead of the six months' training- which Lord Hal dane proposed should be given after war broke out, there should be a pre liminary period of recruits" training. If the extension of the Territorials, both in numbers and training, could be sati...

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BARBAROUS MILLINERY PROTECT WILD NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

BARBAROUS MILLINERY PROTECT WILD NATURE. M. Edmond Perrier, Director of the Natural History Museum in Paris, who has just returned from the Berne International Conference for the Pro tection of Naturo (says the Paris cor respondent of "The Daily News") states that a committee is to be formed (with its seat at Basle) with the ob ject of framing severe Customs laws designed to prevent the destruction of certain animal species. In Africa, for instance, explained M. Perrier, there are only 400,000 ele phants left, and they are being killed at the rate of 40,000 a year, whereas their rate of reproduction is slow. Whales are in a like case, and M. Perrier foresees very hard times for the Norwegian Trust, which combines 20 whale fishery companies, whose shareholders are small investors. Dealing with the osprey, which is found only in New Guinea, M. Perrier points out that the aigrette is obtained from the male bird, in whose plumage occur annually at the laying season the 40 odd sprays whi...

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COOL=HEADED WOMEN "BETTER DRIVERS THAN MEN." [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

COOL=BEADED WOMEN "BETTER DRIVERS THAN MEN." - The advent of the light motor-car has inspired hundreds of women to learn to drive, and almost every day on the Chelsea Embankment, which is free from . heavy traffic, passers-by watch the beginning of the woman motorist's career. v An instructor informed a represen tative of the "Daily Mail" on Novem ber 26 that the woman driver is either very good or hopeless. "I can tell at the first lesson," he said, "and it has been my experience that the good woman driver is superior to the male driver. Posesssing a delicate touch, she rarely bungles the gears, and when driving is coolness personified. It is, I think, a question of concentration, for a woman I taught recently told me, after driving through London with the skill and dash of a taxicab driver, ; that she suffered horribly from nerves i all night. "The other day a young married I woman, with absolutely no experience of motoring, drove on her second les son through Oxford street and Re...

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IMPARTIALITY A CANDID RELATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

IMPARTIALITY A CANDID RELATIVE. By W. Pett Ridge, in the "Westmin ster Gazette."). "So thankful to find you at home," cried the flustered young woman.'"Been wondering' all the way from Shep herd 8 Bush, 'Supposing Aunt Bertha isn t in, whatever shall I do?' Really, if you had happened to be out, I'd have made no more ado about it. but I should have gone straight .flown to the river. It's a positive fact, I assure you. Why," plaintively, "what else could I have done?" "The weather's very trying," said the aunt. "Weather?" echoed the visitor, with bitterness. "Well for me if I'd noth ing' worse than that to complain about." They went into the front room, where the aunt opened • a window, brought forward an easy chair. The other de clined to sit down, and walked to and fro as well as the thick forest of fur niture permitted, twisting white gloves, and frowning at her reflection when she passed by. a small mirror. The aunt spoke of one or two local engage ments arranged between parties ...

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VOLTURNO DISASTER EMIGRANTS BEHAVE WELL [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

VOLTURNO DISASTER EMIGRANTS BEHAVE WELL - more stories of the final scenes In the burning: emigrant ship Volturno were told at the resumed Board of Trade inquiry into the disaster yes terday (says the "Daily Mail" of De cember 2). Chief Engineer Dewar said that the deck was so hot that the water from the fire hoses boiled away to steam. Mr. Raeburn (counsel for the Board of Trade): How were the emigrants behaving?—Altogether very well. • You saw none jump overboard through fright?—No. Did you hear of any having done so?—I only heard that two of the cabin passengers had done so. After the fires were drawn the witness asked the captain if the engineroom staff might have a chance with the. passengers; they had worked very well, and there had been no shirk ing. When did the engineers leave the ship?—Between 11 o'clock and mid night, when we could not get any of the . passengers to Jump. Had efforts been made to induce the emigrants to go?—Yes; I said that it wanted somebody to give them...

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An Explanation. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

An Explanation. (To the Editor.) Sir,—I shall be much obliged it you will allow me space in your paper to correct a misleading state ment which appeared in your issue of the 20th. Iu the report of the Co operative Butter and Cauning Co. board meeting, it was stated that my resignation as caiter for Bamawm had been accepted. This is quite untrue, as I have not sent the board a resignation for them to accept or refuse. The board (or some member of it), was. it appears, dissatisfied with my carting, and of course, had every right to dis miss me,' but that they should wish to make it appear to the public that I had given the job up, is difficult to understand, until the ground of eomplaint is looked into. I will therefore state it as briefly as pos sible.—The board wrote asking me if I were prepared to go up to the dairies of people whom the "board or manager" selected, instead of picking up the cans at the gate as usual, and specially named one per son on on whom it "would be necessary...

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FOOTBALL INCIDENT IDENTITY MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

FOOTBALL INCIDENT IDENTITY MYSTERY. The charge against a man giving -lie name of Frederick Pater of attempting to bribe a West Bromwich Albion foot ball player was heard at Smethwick •yesterday (reports the "Daily Mail" of December 2).; Defendant, a man of medium height, apparently about 50,with grey hair and a sandy moustache, was well dressed. Mr. Chapman, Who appeared for him, said Pater was not his proper name. He did not desire his real name to be mentioned. - Mr J. S., Sharps, prosecuting on be half of the West Bromwich ' Albion Football Club directors, with the sup port of the Football Association, ex plained that Mr Jesse Pennington was captain of the' Albion club, which cn Saturday played a match against Ever ton. On Friday afternoon 'the defen l dant called on Mr Pennington at his shop, and made a proposal, with regard to the match' on the following day.' " I must say," said" Mr Sharpe, "Mr Pen nington acted very cleverly in the mat ter. He played with the defendant, and u...

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Rochester Police Court. TUESDAY, 27th JANUARY. (Before Mr Bartold; P.M., and Mr A. Fuller, J.P.) TRUANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

Rochester Police Court. Tuesday, 27tii January. (Before Mr BartoJd; P.M., and Mr _ A. Fuller, J.p.) truancy. Harold Shaw was fined 2s 6d under the Trua"ncy Act. COLLECTORS' LICENSES. These were granted to Fred. Jack son and Michael Finnigau. A CATTLE TRANSACTION. Mason Bros appeared agaiust Richard Bourke for the sum of ,£28 5s stated to be due for cattle. Mr Raleigh appeared for com plaiuaut, and Mr Cohen for defen dant. Mr Raleigh .opened by stating that the case arose from a sale of cattle over two years ago. Com plainants were auctioneers and the defendant was a farmer. The action was a friendly one, audit was bardjuck that it should come on at all, but it was desired to as certain the law on the matter. A few days before Mason Bros, held a stock sale at" Kyabram defendant saw Mr Duggan, the firm's local manager, and said that he could do with 30 or 40 head of cattle. By desire of defendant, J. A. Duggan instiucted Wm Hall to buy some cattle at the Kyabram sale. Hall did so, and...

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MILITARY ATTITUDE PROTECTION OF CITIZENS [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

MILITARY ATTITUDE PROTECTION OF CITIZENS The Kaiser last night summoned his new War Minister, General von Falken-' hayn, and the Chief.of the Imperial Military Cabinet, General Baron von Lynckner, to Donaueschingen,.; where his Majesty is staying with his friend Prince Max Egon zu Furstenberg (says the Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Mail," December 2). To-day the Inci dents at Zabern, in Lower Alsace, were the subject of an exhaustive discus sion between the Kaiser and his mili tary chiefs. The Incidents at Zabern originated in a speech made by a twenty-year-old subaltern, Lieutenant von Forstner, to his men. He advised them to stab any "wackes" (meaning rowdy) who at tacked them. The populace interpreted "wackes" as meaning Alsatian and made angry demonstrations against the military, who on Friday took control of the town for twenty-four hours. The incidents have now become an affair of national magnitude. The Reichstag to-day devoted most of its attention to Zabern instead of ...

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

CHAPTER VIII. The two rooms, bedroom and sit ting-room, were most delightfully situ ated. The airy, how-windowed sitting room faced the sea-front. Southbourne —famous for its climate and pines, and sumnier and winter gardens, did not present the cheerless, empty aspect of some seaside resorts in the winter months, though perhaps the number of bath-chairs and invalids that consti tuted a feature of the place was a lit tle depressing.' Every morning At noon, weather permitting—and at Southbourne weath er generally did permit—an easy-rolling bath-chair, well-sprung and pneumatic tyred, arrived at Bellevue House for rs. Price, and for the rest Mrs. Price found it pleasant on the comfortable sofa in the bow-window, from which she commanded a panoramic view of sea and passers-by. It was pleasant, also, contributing to peace of mind and so to convalescence, to have meals well served and regularly, without having to order or to consider expense. Queen ie's presence further contributed to Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

i Kamillaroi Subdivision. N <; u/ M formerly Part of the Renowned " BERTHnun»\ vy ■ ASSURED COOTAMUNDRAmilENDBEEN n£l£st*te' m auction sue at WAtuNDB?,!2trict' I 0n WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY « „ If 2,755 ACRES, FREEHOLD in 6 BIocfcs->65 acres nn V Y 25, f«d, I itead Block S79 seres, bitusted b miles from Yeo yeo R«»a S' iucIu<liiR Ho,/ | innr.r.HXDjHEN „„i r™, „ | "'\ieriole ^ HIGH GRADE WHEAT LWn „ ' RAII,^Ay S mVB RAISING COUXTRV-vwy heavy wvil?bl"^ with ideal I wonderfully retentive sub-soD LARGE AREAS CLEAR®1 !oai»V so / ^ i vated. Crops 1 ast season yielded up to 10 BAGS n»r J-^ARED ami b ®°" w'Hi 3 °00D aee',5s® i -sss'f c;n'c 'sissj^TS? If y inspeciiou coulldeutly recommended. NO ripr-m^ annm„ S offers n-R DC?AL purpose t , ^ II p/au aud further information obtainable au/1 " La:n-C> || We M 3PPJicatl011 t0 tl,e *"cliotieers, arra"S«ueuts for iUsue 1 /M//V <& SEARIGHT, 12 Loftus.x* «, ■ fiffOO/fS * 00., Wa,p;%l^y^ey i ^rs^"^ry I 1*8- l"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

The Beehive, Bendigo. Final January Clearances The Beehive Sale Attracts the Crowds. The Biggest Profit-Sharing Policy of the District. Thanks to the Generous Support in the Season, we can now Make Big Sacrifices at the End. The Bargains are Yours for the Asking. Participate fey Calling or Sending. Either Will Do. Henderson's, The Beehive, Bendigo Big Summer Stock Clearance. SANDHURST and NORTHERN DISTRICT TRUSTEES EXECUTORS and AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, ESTABLISHED 1888. WHEN MAKING YOUR WILL APPOINT this COMPANY EXECUTOR, it being empowered by Special Act of Parliament NO 979 to act as EXBOTJTOB Or TRUSTEE. iMzousriEre" to likjzktid. JAS. P, B. McQUIE, Manager; View Street, Bendigo. Australian Mutual Provident Society, THE OLDEST AND WEALTHIEST AUSTRALIAN LIFE OFFICE. ASSETS ^"31,000,000 ANNUAL INCOME .£4,000,000 CASH BONUSES DIVIDED, nearly ^17,800,000 CASH BONUS FOR ONE YEAR (1912)' ^930,000 THE LEADING LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE. PURELY MUTUAL. NO SHAREHOLDERS. ALL THE PROFITS BELONG ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 30 January 1914

Rochester Plumbers,.. Builders, The. Cheapest .aiMi ©ontraeters ^apct Hardware Merchants* ; ? Plaee for all HARDWARE LINES. ■■ir Specialties second'haiul -i09 ?ai Malt Tanks, 25s each IgPorfable Room. £20 Ericson Hot Air Jingine for Pumping, new. cost £28; g» nil! take £18 §0(1 Oven, used few months. " 10s ^rosene jray Pumps, " Knapsack." "Success" and hand, hm<i Tackle law for January:: ; Big Ben Clocks, the best in the world, for 12s 6d Hanging and Table Lamps from 1 t)>4d to 50s Deitz Buggy Lamps, 15s Buggy Candle Lamps from 12s i 6d pair j Vegetables and Flower Seeds 1 Electric Kettles, Toasters, Irons j " Blue Bell" Arsenate of Lead j (Recommended by all Leading! Orchardists) j Guns and Ammunition ■.SPECIAL PRICES for THIS: M0.NTH} Spot Gash Only. Positively No Booking. No (S Best Black Fencing Wire at £8 10s per ton: 8s 9d per cwt No 14 Barb Wire at 17s 6d per cwt. No 12 do at 16s do Wire Netting, 36 x 2 x 19, 13s per roll of 100 yds Wire Netting, 36 x l5a x 18, ...

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