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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

THE SALE at the BEEHIVE, SORTING UP and SELLING. The Time of Many Last Lines Summer Stock Narrowing Down CLOSING IN UPON THE FINAL BARGAINS. The Satisfaction of Clear Decks Makes the Question of Price Sacri fice a Very Secondary Consideration.' Hence it will pay yon to Focus Your Buying Wants upon The Beehive Sale We Can Offer Many Plums Yet'. HENDERSON'S, BENDIGO, for FURNITURE, DRAPERY and CLOTHING. Henderson's, The Beehive, IBeilil© Pall Mall View Point Hargreaves Street. SANDHURST and NORTHERN DISTRICT TRUSTEES EXECUTORS Mid AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, ESTABLISHED 18S8. WHEN MAKING YOUR WILL APPOINT this COMPANY EXECUTOR, It being empowered by Special Act of Parliament NO 979 to act as EXECUTOR ADMIITISTH/ATOK; Or TRUSTEE, Zk/nonsTEir to leistid, JAS. P, B, McQUiE, Manager^ View Street, Bendigo, Australian Mutual Provident Society* THE OLDEST AND WEALTHIEST AUSTRALIAN LIFE OFFICE. ASSETS £21.000 000 ANNUAL INCOME ,£"4.000.000 CASH BONUSES DIVIDED, nearir ^"17,SOO.OOO CASH BONUS FOR ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

Rochester T Plumbers, Builders, The Cheapest and n.tractors Place Hardware Merchants. ill ..HARDWARE LINES, Specialties for January l second-hand 400 t,rai A121 it Big Ben Clocks, Use !?est in the Tanks, 25s each world, for 1 2 s6d SPEC!ML PRICES for THSS MONTH"'. Spot, Cash Positively Bookings, Portable Room. £20. . . Hanginsj.and Table Lamps from I Np 8 Best Black -Fencing Wire at IDs per. Ericson Hot Air Engine for jO'^d to 50s : ton; 8s-9d per c^i Pumping. new, cost £28; ;^e,tz Lamps. 15 s !.NoJ4 Barb Wire at 17s 6d per cwt. ! will lake £ I (S Bu||y Candle Lamps from 12sl No ,2 at|6sl!o j Oven, used few months,. Vegetables and. !-!ower Se^ds 1 Wire iVeUing, 36 x 2 x 19, f 3s per roli of 100 j Electric Kettles. Toasters, ironsj..,; •• ; J (l p A -i Wire -'Netting,--36.>x\nx iS, 1/s 3d per roil oh " iilue Bell" Arsenate or Lead i (Recommended by all Leading m kerosene Spray Pumps, " Knapsack "Success" and hand, Fishing Tackle i 00 yds, Orchardists) Ouns arid Ammunition Droppers...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

Death. DOHKRTV.—Oil the 10th February, at St. Kilda, Michael Thomas, youngest son of Mary Teresa and liie a!e Wil liam Doherty, of "Pine L,odge," Roches ter West, aged 20 years. R.I.P.

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Sporting Intelligence. ROCHESTER v BAMAWM. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

Sporting intelligence. ROCHESTER v BA.VIAAVM. The above match was played 011 Wednesday, aud resulted in an easy win tor Rochester. Bamawm could only compile 28,-and none of the pi•»vers reached double figures. Rochester made 183, the highest scorers being Mulls, who batted splendidly for 73, other double figure Scorers being—Wilson 31 (not out), M. O'Neill 37, aud Cresswell 14 Mills secured'5 wic kets for 17, included being the hat trick. Scores:— __ Bamawm. K. Jenkins, b Cresswell ... 2 J. Childs, b Mills 4 J. H. Hubble, run out ... 0 C. Martin, b Mills 5 R Barnes, b Cresswell ... 3 C. Slower. Ibw.,b Cresswell ... S W. Ward, b Mills 0 Glasson, b Mills ... ... 0 Osmond, b Mills ... ... 5 W. Hiltou, c and b Crass well 0 S. Jones, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... • ... ... 1 Total .• ... 28 Bowling. ■ Mills 3 for 17; Cress well 4 for 6. Mills secured the hat trick. Rochester. M, O'Neill, b Martin ... 37 Cresswell, c Osmond b Hubble 14 Robins, b Martin 9 Hunt, c Osmond b Glasson ... 2 Fo...

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GROOMING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

GROOMING COWS, . Farmers consider tlio grooming o) cows is a waste of time and energy. The practical dairyman, however, knows from experience that grooming is. good-not ouly for the general physi cal condition of the cow, bat for tin:, proltcfion and purity of the milk. Grooming, even of. the most careful and thorough hind, will not, of courst. mako prize stock out of scrub cows, but it will help most; materially to wards getting out. of them all they aro capable of producing. It has been demonstrated more than once that It pays in actual increased flow of milL io groom the cows, besides which it works a material saving in the feed bill, for grooming excites a better .-kijj action as well as a more equitable (low of blood, hence the animal doe? not require so much food to sustain bodily warmth. Start the grooming gently at first, for the cow that has ucver before been groomed doesn't lake kindly to the experiment. Us? a rather soft brush at first, and spend only a few minutes eaoh m...

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The Advance of Science. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

The Advance of Science, There was a thin and uervoMs wool v.'ho could not ele-ep. She visiteC ii"r ihysiciaa, aud the mail said: "Do •<>'i eat anything just before golnt <o bed?" ' "Oh., no, doctor," the patient rt plied. •"Well," said the physician. "just kes'p a pitcher of milk and some bis r'*3■ Ib beside you. and every night, the iff. thing you do, make a light facal.'' doctor," crlcd Uw lady, "you :o!(i mo on 110 account-to'cat-anytUiiis v.-foro retiring." "Pool;, poob," said the doctor, "that was three mou'tbs ago. Scioace has ^ad<j enormous strides since then.''' i A woman's beauty is her first '■harm. If .-in: ;ulda to ljo-.uity wit and rTaplou^nesc. men marvel. To lieaf s wouiau's cleverness praised is proof |hat she ig unattractive persc\uii!y. To hear both her beauty anr> v. it praised her as perfect.

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DARING JEWEL ROBBERY SUBSTITUTED BOX [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

DARIN® JEWEL ROBBERY STTRffTTTTTTTTn HHY A few days ago curious news was re ceived from Nantes to the effect that a daring- jewel robbery had been com mitted there to the detriment of a travel'!ns agent, whose box of jewels was mysteriously removed, and another filled with soap, put in its place (says the Paris correspondent of "The Daily Telegraph," December 1G). The agent, 3VI. Monnot, had come from Besancon with a box full of jewels and c valise. As he had to visit a number of jewellers in the town, he called on one of them, who was till then his best customer,' a certain "Si. Plazolles; and as his box was too heavy to move about easily, he asked the jeweller to keep it for him as well as the valise. On the following day, according to M. Plazolles, a messenger came and told him that he had orders to take the box and the valise to the railway station. The jeweller stated that he gave up the articles, but soon afterwards he a 1 leged that he had doubts, and tele phoned to M. Monnot...

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Closer Settlement. MEMBERS' OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

Closer Settlement. MEMBERS' OPINIONS. Ill Parliamentary circles the main topic of conversation is the report of the sub-committee of the previous Watt Government on closer settle ment. The report presents such a gloomy picture of the results of the Government in fostering land settlement that speculation is rife i as to what will the future action of the Government be in the mat ter. During the CabiueL meeting , held to discuss the report, several members, it is understood, were in favor of discontinuing the Closer i Settlement Board, and making a fresh start in the administration of the Government's policy. Wiser counsels prevailed, however, as it , was considered that the better way would be to ventilate the whole question. Certain members of the Assembly are interesting themselves I on a suggestion that Mr Keunedy, chairman of the I,auds Purchase Board, should be called to the bar of the House to enable him to give his views on ihe report and its criticisms. Tailing that . the ' ...

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POTENT SUPERSTITIONS BELIEF IN CHARMS [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

POTENT SUPERSTITIONS BELIEF IN CHARMS Witchcraft is not dead. - In view 01 the reassuring results of inquiries made by a "Daily News" representa tive on November 14 Mr Oliver Maddox Hueft'er and Mr Chesterton may take heal-t of grace again, secure, states that journal in the knowledge that the superstition that is the salt of this material age, still flourishes in its traditional potency in spots much less remote than even the most credu lous commonly imagine. "It is true," said Mr A. R. Wright, the editor of "Folk-Lore;" to' whom witches of all classes and colors are familiar spirits, "that the black or evil witch has largely disappeared, but the white witch, to whom villagers re sort for the cure of all manner of diseases, still survives in Yorkshire and in many other parts of Eng land. "Here, for example, is the prescrip tion of a cure for jaundice practised recently by a white witch, whose de puty told the secret to me, thus break ing the spell for ever : Take a small piece of c...

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Lucerne as a Fertiliser. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

Lucerne as a Fertiliser. Some iuteresting evidence with tegard to the fertilising influence upon the soil of lucerne, owing to the capacity of that plant for ab sorbing free uitrogeu from the at mosphere aud conveying it to the soil through the roots, is contribu ted by Mr H. Jacob, of Mildura:— "Haviug previously had crops of maize by the application of farm yard manure, I have this season had one, if not the best, under another system of treatment. This «rop grew on an average 9 or 10 feet in height. It was the health iest aud darkest green possible, and not the slighest sign of yellow leaf underneath. The following are the facts concerning this crop:—In altering my land I had occasion to plough up an acre of land which had been under lucerne for 15 years. Before that I grew barley on it, but the ground refused to grow any more, and the last crop was hardly worth cutting. I put it under lu cerne which grew splendidly. Un til 5 years ago no manure was ap plied, but since then 2 cwt...

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WHISTLER'S WORK QUESTION OF SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

WHISTLER'S WORK QUESTION OP SPEED. The common impression among ar tists and art students undoubtedly is that Whistler was a particularly rapid worker. Mr Joseph Pennell, however, holds to the contrary, with this advantage in argument, that, having sat to Whistler for eight insufferably long hours, for the purpose of a sketch portrait which has all the apparent characteristics of a "lightning" drawing, he speaks as one who kows—only too well! Pleasant "asides," of this piquant nature, were the best features of Mr Pennell's de lightful lecture on "The Revival of Lithographs'" at the Victoria and Al bert Museum (says the "Westminster Gazette.") It was a real privilege to hear a skilled artist praising enthusiastically the high possibilities of lithography,and prophesying for it a great future. Show ing on the screen some beautiful modern examples of the art by Whistler and George Clausen, Mr Pennell spoke of the pains and patience with which Whist ler, in particular, worked for the exa...

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LESSONS WITH BABIES SUBSTITUTES FOR DOLL [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

LESSONS WITH BABIES SUBSTITUTES FOR DOLL The district of Merton, Surrey, is proud of the possession of the two youngest heroines in England. These are Kathleen Shipton, aged six weeks, and Hose Bennett, aged seven months. They are the two babies who have been chosen to replace the doll which until recently was used in the Single gate Council Girls' School for the in struction of the scholars in domestic acomplishments. The doll had been almost worn out by its long course of dressing and un dressing and w-ashing and putting to sleep. When it was proposed to sub stitute infants the danger to them was pointed out, but the girls of the school maintain that the risks were exagger ated. The doll, it is stated, was never dropped in all its existence, and under the eyes of their experienced teachers the girls handle the human substitutes as carefully. Kathleen and Rose (says "The Daily Mail" of December 12) if appearance is anything, are waxing strong on the routine of bathing, dressing, an...

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MAN WANTED WIRELESS HUNT [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

MAN WANTED WIRELESS HUNT A police net of extraordinary dimen sions and complexity has been spread in the attempt to capture George Sum ner, the young man "wanted" in con nection with the murder of the Liver pool business woman, Miss Bradford. No such world-wide quest for a sus pect has been made since the hunt for Dr. Crippen, who was found on the high seas by the aid of wireless telegraphy and subsequently hanged for the murder of his wife. A description of Sumner has been read out to the- officers and men of every police force in the country. This means that considerably more than 100,000 officers are specially on the look-out. In addition the detective forces have been furnished with cop ies of the man's photograph. Special officers have been detailed to. inquire at hotels, lodging-houses, hos pitals, workhouses, infirmaries, and mortuaries. Officers at seaports -are keeping a special watch on all out going passengers, wireless messages requesting search for stowaways have been s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

OVERCOME SY THE V/GNOcRFUl ; BLOOD PURIFYING PROPERTIES ' OF DR, MORSE'S INDIAN R007 i PILLS. ! A person suffering from eruptions ol : the skin !;as much to endure. 'It is not merely the discomfiture and irrita tion and painful sensation, but life is made miserable by depression of spirits. The Liver'is torpid and the Kidneys aro partially inoperative, and | you feel languid and weak. The i ease is in the blood, ami when ! aystem is 1'ot cleansed through the j usual channels Nature asserts herself i and forces portions of tho impurities j through the skin in tho form of ' pimples, Boils, and Blotches. Exter nal remedies—powders, oiiitmenis, lo- ; tions—only alleviate; they do not get i at tho cause. Dr. Morse's Indian ; Iloot Pills get at tho eauso by remov- 1 ing the disease from the blood. Tliej ! cleanse the system by .stimulating the ! Liver and strengthening the Kidneys, i which filter the blood and throw off tho j iispure matter through the regular : channels. ! "About t'fq. w...

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VOLTURNO'S PROFITS MEN DIED DOING THEIR DUTY [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

VOLTDRNO'S PROFITS MEN DIED DOING THEIR DUTY Mr Aspinall, K.C., for the owners,; charterers, and officers of the emigrant ship Volturno, which was burned in mid-Atlantic on October 9 with a loss of 133 lives, told the Board of Trade in quiry into the disaster yesterday (says "The Daily Mail"'of December 12) that in three years between £8000 and £10,000 were spent on the upkeep of the vessel, .which in that time earned —a profit of about £30,000. • Counsel cited a letter from the secre tary of the Jewish Women's Associa tion as evidence that although "they had lost husband, children, and be longings. women emigrants were satis fied with the behavior of the crew. Small blame might be attached to the stokers who rushed on deck at the first alarm of fire, but they immediately re turned and stuck pluckily to their work, though they knew that if the ship went down they would be burnt in the coffin of their stoke-hole. A more remarkable act of bravery than Second-Officer Lloyd's trip to th...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

Miscellaneous. Road signs in Toron'o are to be marked with colored hands, so that motorists hurrying past can see their direction easily. GOT VERY WEAK. "My boy Jack was very bud with Diarrhoea," writes Mrs M. Lee, Forbes N S.W ''For quit* a fortnight he was ill and got very weak. My husband bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to our fur prise one dose completely relieved him." Sold by all storekeepers and chemists President" Wilson, of the United States, has inaugurated Saturday afternoon holidays for himself and bis Executive. SIMPLY WONDERFUL. "M> Jittle girl Ze.'da suffered so-con tinuously with croup tbat I began to think she would never get b.-tter," writes Mr Gauntlett, 169 Adelaide Road, Newtown, N.Z. "Seeing Chamberlain'-! Cough Remedy advertised I thought I would try it and could see a change in her straight away. It is simolv won derful how quickly Chamberlain's Cough Remedy relieved the t-.hild." Sold by all storekeepers and chemists. The a...

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CHURCH IN AUSTRALIA LECTURE IN WORKSOP [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

CHURCH IN AUSTRALIA t.-rpTTTRE IN WORKSOP The preacher at St. John's Church, Worksop, on Sunday \Tas the Rev. W. Li. Langley, Rector of St. Stephen's, Newtown, Sydney, New South Wales (reports "The Worksop Guardian" in a December issue). He delivered stirring addresses in the morning and evening in the church and to the Brotherhood in St. John's Institute in the afternoon. He attended Work sop under the auspices of the Colonial and Continental Church Society, which exists for the purpose of looking after the spiritual welfare of our country men who settle "down under." There was a large attendance in the Institute on Monday evening, when Mr Langley gave a lantern lecture entitled "The Church Beneath' the Southern Cross." The Rev. J. I-I. Bligh pre sided. After the singing of a hymn (the chairman being at the piano), and prayer, Mr Bligh introduced the lecturer. He remarked that no intro duction was necessary, as he had twice preached in the Church and in the In stitute the previous ...

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Rochester A. and P. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

Rochester A, and P. Associa tion. The moiillily meeting of the Roches ter A. aud P. Association was held at the Sbice Hall on Thursday morning at 11.30 a.ill. Present—President Norman Rae (in the chair), Secretary Downe, Crs li'llaster, Keogh, Rankin, Tehau, sud Members C. Da vies, W. Ingram, R. Jl'Curry, J. M'Curry, T. Moore, J. \Vor uer, jas. Buchanan, John Buchanan, Keti O'Brien aud Ciif Ham. CORRl-SPON'DK.VCE. Mr W. H. Kenwick addressed letters dealing with the proposed tax on skins and manures, 'and drawing attention to tbe "fleecing of the farmer" in the matter." The writer trusted the mem bers would uot be duui!) to the bhearers! On the motion of Cr Keogh, with Mr C. IJavies seconding, it was unanimously decided to inform the members of Par liament aud Senate representing the district aud the Inter State Commission that the society disapproves of the pro posed tax ou skins aud manures. Messrs], II. llodge, one of the judges st tile receut show, wrote making sug gestions regar...

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BABIES FOR £20 EACH MAN AND WOMAN MISSING [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

BABIES FOR £20 EACH MAN AND WOMAN MISSING All efforts to find the whereabouts of a middle-aged couple named Melbourne had failed, it was reported yesterday, when an inquest was resumed at Southwark on a nine-weeks-old child (says "The Daily Mail" of December 12). The child, whose mother, Ethel Mel bourne, lived with the missing couple, had been placed with a foster-mother, who was paid £20. Another girl, a Javanese, who lived with the Mel bournes, also had a child, which after wards died. It, too, had been adopted by a foster-mother for £20. One of the girls was understood to be an adop ted daughter and the other a niece of the Melbournes. Charity Tedman, a railway porter's wife, of Nightingale grove, Hither Green, said she had a daughter named Ethel Tedman, aged 17. The last time she saw her was last summer, when she called on the witness. Mrs Mel bourne was the witness's sister. About two years ago Mrs Melbourne wanted a maid and the witness's daughter was engaged by her. Afterwar...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 13 February 1914

cah^I'-murph^ ijlacc al A very Pret,tyA Beudigo,- on Wed st Ki!ian'9 d'heu Mr Jobn Cahill son oeaday 'a8'' ick Caliill and Mrs Cahill of«hcWep«k» Tallarook, i »RoselarK' ,.„,f„rniiv vouuees UurpIyof 'Tara's Hall," *«■ "d, . The Rev Father Tehau ofii ? TIic bride was given away by cjatecl. !">• . c Murphy, aud - * &. rr.ifflssssi'saaa vSweiss lace and orange blossoms, and *rricd a bouquet of wlute roses and maiden hair fern, with White silk streamers, the gift of the bridegroom, rlie bride's cift to the bridegroom was fl cold chain. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold chain aud pendant. \l\ss huM Murphy (sister of bride) _ac bridesmaid. She was gowned 111 a cream lace frock and white Leghorn ]jat She also wore a gold crescent brooch, and carried « shower bouquet, the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr Thos. Cahill, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A sumptuous wedding break fast ivas partaken of at Hey wood's coffee ptlace. The chairman heartily pro posed the hea...

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