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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

Orchard and Garden 1 and R Horse Cultivators ; For many .year* wHmvc ,ith; the b?3td^d IracticaJ '» « » "• •< ••-« " « * country. and -ft-flii a }h ■;%*.' knowledge of fatm am> garden work ourselves. we offer superior Took for »!l .purposes '-f-'plantiPg <-w cul ivi»(ion. and v,c st&t;: vafuout £;tir coulruuicUoi- - PLA.NET JNB.: CW.TIVATOBS, . . •• .. make for fe gieatcn ecoaoiny.an;]; cl\ici.e'ivy in .;ult>valioa. The No- 41,- with' Juja^radihk and .Leveitotf' Attachment, fc a boon to r.okicic; of ungated-aieai Pivot Wheel /; row) CuH'nators arc unequalled for vofkii.g in- Wake. Crop?. Casta* gill tii Briii Sssdsn, CffihaUrs, **«! Km',, tint!* Tim.ia-fe<5? mi\r to Satin iisimn'-Mi Hsisznsx 5 SupplV j »r d Dun ir.'Us slOckeA i for i9l.£ Catalogue. J. T. KEANE, LL.B BARRISTER and SOLICITOR, 51 Pall Mall, Bendigo, Ami at ROCHESTER, ELMORE INGLBWOOD and GUAM BATOOK, V isxls Rochester every Sals Day ami el other limes when notified. Teleph...

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More Appropriate. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

Mcrr Appropriate. a genttemsr- ;• '••.'sod at a post ages a.quauiLy o' . nipvd ouvelopeS; «9«'spaycr wrappr : >••.! other postal 'CQuisiies. I iiKjiiu:, thcni somewhat •I'JU-uh t.u I»ts asKcO one of the counter < hri:.* H He could supply him w'n'n a sm«:l ipianUty o! string. "We eco. uo:. iiortuiueU by the Do •r.arimeu; to t-uppiy string," was'lht i''.-uiy. "Then gi\'j ma a. bit of red tape,' ?.as the sarcastic retort its got. tho string. Sh«: Hero's an iau*.resting story : ir.an wi>o begged to be seat to prison .n ySac" ot his Tvifo. He: Aha' and ; et ;ou always de •j'.aro ibai. m«a ».ro never sulf-sacrifl Sho; V.VH, this man's tsiCe happen1."? j '.o be a vashorwoman. and if sliowenl I u> prison he'd have to work. Wotrph sro especially in danger of j rhielaing th?lr boys from every rough nin.j q'.* treating them too (vndorly aa<5 '•f niakhii: tiior.i ofTpniiiiatc through "p"U' on-r-apxiciy end cvjutSaaal fuss* '■'•c. M'.-r., on tiio otbor hurid, make ...

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A STORY FROM RHODESIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

A STORY FROM RHODESIA, A wonderful story 1s told in a South African piper of two intelligent lions •vho boarded the Northern Rhodesia rain on the way to Livingstone in search of a new hunting-ground. The, engine-driver and gu^rd first notice# the lions—a large maw beast ind his "better haif"—'trotting along .lie. line by the side of the train. For about 20 minutes they kept up i • neck-and-neck race; and then, as .* aiding came in sight., and the train Irew up at the spot, they disappeared 'n the loiig grass. . When the . train started again a iareful inspection of the bush was wade., but nothing more -was seen of Ihe beasts uritil. as the train slowed tt< enter Livingstone, the guard walkcfi !oward?»1.he van at the back of tiir ii'ain. As he entered he was struck t;KL korror ' to see the lion and lioness jalmly surveying him from the insidr the ran. As the savage pair made to hostile movement, however, but seemed to Regard him with complc :ent indulgence, lie approached ...

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At Work. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

At Work. A certain well-meaning gentleman who delights to act the peacemaker, recently came upon two laborers in afl Irish quarter fighting. Bold from ex* {erieno.fi and belie! in the rigliteous r.css ol his task, the gentleman pushed ilirough the crowd and persuaded the eomfcataDla to desist. "Let mo beg you, my good fellows," '■arnesiiy besought, tbo peacemaker, "to settle •< our dispute bv arbitration, ^ach of ;■ oii choose half-a-dozen friends to arbitrate." "linrrabl" yelled the crowd. "Do a» r'ta gc-nilem-in ses, bhoys." ifaving seen the twelve arbitrator? •elected to the satisfaction of both i.feft peacemaV.or went on bis way rejoicing- in the Thought of having oner a rain prevailed upon bruto force to yield to peaceful argument. Half-an !to«r tee.- he returned that way and was horrified to find ihe wfeole street fighting, while in the distance police thistles could be heard blowing and constables seen rushing to the spot from all quarters. "Good gracious! AVhat. i...

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THE FRIVOLOUS WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

FRIVOLOUS WOMAN, i;, is a mistake to suppose thai the frivolous 'voiuaii is devoid of feeling. She is m. Teauire of extremes, and, in .iroi-o;'i;o:i as k'j-! laughs and ridicules ;[ic imaginary iiis of life, she is fre sympaths-tic and true. ' The woman who is so serious lias Utile charily for those who enjoy life, <hc- wants cvr;- one modelled on the {anv as her own. She has none >1 tfce brightness of the present in her v'-Ins. and cannot understand the jparkiing effervescence of the woman s'ho !' h-s in life's sun-glow. Tfee serious woman is not a plea =r-r'. companion for either young or jW. Ph>' c[:ish<>B the spirits of the ;oans ssv 1 is s walking obituary-notice br :i"" elders. Sh«! lacks the buoy v<ry c; hojio. li'oo views lite through 1 r."s:inj'i*ir I'-ns that magnifies the i?;?ssur£-< of to-d»y into evil omens for K-MvafLer. Over erol above all. she regards her f-*if as a "loclel for inventors of not ■n:.1" l>cr own g...

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HOW TO MANAGE A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

HOW TO MANAGE A W!F£t A great many persons have sugges :«I methods, as to tlie best way 'x manage a husband. The following rules for the successful management i' a wife have been framed by a well' •:nown business man, who claims to lave followed them to the letter dur us:"the last year, and says they have wer been found at. fault iu a single nstauee:— Never contradict her. You are jgiit, of course, nine times out ol nil. and. she knows it, but to tell her •o makes her always unmanageable. Never disagree with her. When she suggests that in the absence of the :ook you get up and light the Are, do •o at once, willingly and cheerfully, !! she wishes you to walk the floor t i th the baby, obey with alacrity. Never deny her. Possibly she will xceed her allowance, but tlais is aJ ■rays your fault, because you are not nan enough to support her. Never bo. cross. When you come :ome at night, having failed once or v iC'"1 during the clay, or been insulted it a total stranger, or with a large, ...

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Shepparton Band Contest, JUDGES' COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

Shepparton Band Contest, JUDGES' COMMENTS. Appended are the judges' com . ments on the band contests at the Sheppartou, Carnival held on the Recreation reserve on Wednesday ; last. The judges were:-—Quickstep i and inspection, Sergeant - major Franklin; waltz and own selection, Mr John Bowden, bandmaster of Richmond City and the Yarra Bor derers' bands. QUICKSTEP. No. 1. Sheppartou Town Band. Time taken, 58 seconds, which is two seconds utider; numberof paces, 117, being 3 under. During the march the length of pace varied con siderably, causing bauds iu rear to close up and ";)en out alter nately, causing 1 iss of distance. Dressing became very irregular and erratic, the result being that interval was not correctly, main tained and in counter marching this caused trouble. At times when this band was steady the marching, covering and dressing left nothing to be desired. Com mands could be improved on. it being noticed that very little pause was made between the cautionary and executi...

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Closer Settlement. IMPROVED PROSPECTS IN IRRIGATED AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

Closer Settlement, IMPROVED PROSPECTS IN . IRRIGATED AREAS, The respective positions of the Water Commission . and Closer Settlement' Board were adjusted last year by the State Ministry, acting under the -amending actV which was passed' duting the previous session, The'commis sion took charge..of tbo- iu;tgable portiou " of the. closer •settlement estate*; while the.: board was' left - in charge of the: -dry a ft as." The position on the "transferred pro perties, when the."commission as sumed control, was most unsatis factory. Weeks, of work for the commission \vcre inviivtd in as certaining <tl->; actual financial posi tion of settlers. The policy of foolish icnieucy with the settlers who were in arrears, and were taking advantage of the Board's shortsightedness, was not con tinued. Settlers who did not pay and said that they would not pay, were told that they must pay, or the commission would be com pelled to sell up their slock and property. According to the^ com mi...

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TELEGRAMS MELBOURNE, Monday Evening. Latest Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

(From Our Own Correspondent.) Mklbouknk, Monday Evening:, Latest Sporting. Scratching. Flemiugtou—War reiu. Hurdle—Flincli, Patriotic. Flemiugtou. Ascot Vale Stakes —Souiau, Booran Rose, Miss Ecline, Miss Iycda, Bayaau, Boorau Lassr Newmarket Handicap—Saraceu. Moonee Valley. High Weight Handicap—Golden Wire, Heros. Valley Handicap—Belove. Welter Plate—Golden Wire, Iyor ue/,, Fortitude, Surn Boy. Labor Trouble. Judge Higgins to-day commenced heariug the plaint of the Australian Telegraph and Telephone Con struction and Maintenance Uuion agaiust the Postmaster-General and Public Service Commissioner for increased wages and better condi tion of employment, Found Dead. James Martin who went out shooting at Yarram was found dead last night lying half way through a feuce, with a bullet wound in his head, It is believed the pea rifle he was carrying accideutly ex ploded . Interstate Cricket. Victoria, first innings 213; S.A. second iuniugs, seven for 264, Mayue 44, Hill GO. Colts—Vic toria...

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THE DOWNWARD ROUTE IN EVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

THfc DOWNWARD ROUTE .Ipj EVOLU7 ION. Writing to his frknd, Sir J. D. Hook ■ sr.. six years after the publication o) che< "Origin of 3i>ecies," Charles Day jvin, one of the n:os: tcnilc^ as "he was aifc'ti ono o£ the most iir.ssu-ious souls of all time, penned these words: 'I quite agree how humiliating the alo\t progress of man in. bur every oiio has lis own pet horror, and this slow pro iress or- even personal anr.iliiJatiot *in&3 ir\..my- mind, lato !nsl^niScauc« jompareu with the idea-yr rather I pre mine certainty of the sail some daj cooling and wo ail freezing. To thint i* the progress of millions of years t.'Hh every continent swarming wi:i lood and enlightened men, all endin; n.- this, and with probably no fresi Hart until this our planetary system, .las been again converted into red-hoi ras. Sic transit gloria muudi, with « -engeanee." In his Romanes lectiire of 1893 Thomas Henry Huxley affords us a >arallel passage:—"The theory of evo ution encoura...

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Commercial. IMPORTANT LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

Commercial. IMPORTANT LAND SALES. Messrs Alf. E- Wallis and Co. report having on Friday last, under instructions from the executors iu the estate of the late Thomas Haines, sold 640 acres of land, parish of Diggora, at ,<£10 13s per acre to M'Gregor Bros , of Ba mawm, also 116 acres, same parish at 1,8 5s to Mr J. T. Haines, aud privately have just completed the following sales:—234 acres at Maroug cu ac Mrs S. Delves to J W, Reed, at 1,7 per acre; 3*20 acres at Shelbourne ac A. E. Wallis es-. tate to W. H. Wallis, 690 acres of Myrnong Estate ac Dr. A. W. Hinder to W. Carin, 471 acres of Myrnong Estate ac Dr. A. W. Rinder to Coutts Bros., at 1,5 2s 6d per acre cash; 568 acres of Myr nong Estate ac Dr. A. W. Rinder to T. Ison, 305 acres at Yarra walla ac C. W. Armstrong to D. Byrne. Total acreage, 3347, re alising L26, Oil. Messrs Masou Bros., Kyabram, report a good yarding of stock at Tongala on Monday, February 9th, consisting chiefly of springers, cows in full profit, w...

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HOW THE RESURRECTIONISTS WERE FOILED. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

fc resurrectionistb H0W Were foiled. (jjjg earlier half of the nineteenth j «ntun1 ■ :,s practice of stealing bodies i from the churchyards where they had! LcB interred, for the purpose of sett j ing xh^D? ai subjects for dissection,: ffas'tnown as "body-snatching," I *istor » time very rife. ; Various Wans were made to aefeat j ibe nefarious ant? sacrilegious proceed- i jn-'s cf ih'j "body-snatchers" or "resur rectionis'*'" -as Jliey were sometiraes tilled, s very common one being the; •>rectlon of tn-o or small watch-houses^ whose windows commanded the whole burning-ground, and in which the: friends vf n"ie deceased mounted guard tor a number of nights after the funer-' al. A tisual method of the grave-robbers,i w.s to dig down to the coffin, bore in j k a large round hole by means of a I specially constructed centre-bit, and'i hau' Ihc body to the surface with a , hook-rope, 1; was to counteract this manoeuvre rjiat the two curious coffin-^ like relies now lying on. either eid...

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The Rochester Band. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

The Rochester Band. Iu March, 1910, some of our local lads were called together by Mr Jas Eddy (late Eagleliawk Borough Band), for the purpose of forming a brass baud. Only three of these lads, including the old veteran, Alf Humphris, had ever seen an instrument- before. One can ima gine what the citizens had to put up with. But by steady practice the noise soon turned into some thing worth listening to. Every thing went well until about the end of 1911, when it became known that Mr Eddy was leaving the dis trict. Our band seemed doomed. Everybody was down-hearted ex cept our energetic secretary (since resigned), who was soon on the move and persuaded Mr W. H. Hawley (late of Beudigo), and who had not long come to reside in our midst, to take over the leadership of the band. So pleased were the bandsmen with their new leader that at the next annual meeting be was appointed permanently. Since then our baud has gone ahead in leaps and bounds. The bandmaster has had a wide experience i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

and ot/erla. Whilst essentially a Farmer's Machine and not... intended for large under takings, a ton or over in an hour may be, cut .and bagged with this "Federal" Drop Stamper Bagger There's so little friction with it that a boy can work the ram mer one hand and only very little more power is needed than to drive an ordinary Chaff-cutter. A H. P. "Petter" Oil Engine will work the "Federal" Bagger and Cutter and do the same work as- an ordinary machine would do with a 6 to 8 H. P. Steam Engine. The ramming is done by a Stamp not a || screw Press so that the chaff cannot be ground or crushed § Write for full particulars T. Robinson & Co. Pty. Ltd., Spotswood, near Melb. ^ Manufacturers of all Farm Implement? and Machinery Only city showrooms, Liverpool Bi'jUtings 536-8 Bourke Street, nenr'William St., MYERT Complete Home Furnishers SUMMER Camp Stretchers,-v/SunBlinds,'^Sam boo Blinds, Spring'! Roller /.Blinds, Venetian Blinds, Ice Chests;. / FOLDING CAMP STRETCHERS iu best A...

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Judging the Quickstep at Shepparton. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

Judging the Quickstep at Shepparton, Yesterday's "Age" contains the announcement that the adjudicator had altered his awards In the Quick step Competition, held at Sheppar ton last Wednesday, in which the Rochester band was adjudged to share second honors with the Ben alla players. The Shepparton Model baud was placed first in this event, and now the judge (who is "said to be a local man) has suddenly awakened to find that the Shepparton Town Band is better by 17 poiuts than he believed it to be when the awards were made on Wednesday night. We do not begrudge the Shepparton Town Baud players all the points they have won —in fact, we deplore the mistake as much on therr score as that of our local lads, for "Give honour where honour is due." But last year Shepparton folks had to pay pretty dearly for a mistake anent the entry of the wagga band. It looks pretty certain that—while the Shepparton Town Band will scoop a "fiver" as the result of the fresh announcement — the Rochester and B...

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"Ring Off, Please!" [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

."Ring Off, Please!" The clerk and the telephone si were engaged. Sitting by the iirii-i-:' they v/ere busy talking about the hap] time when they would be one. Fro Dne detail to another they finally <!r:i" sd to the subject of fire-lighting in norning. On this point the young nuia wu: iecided. He stated emphatically tlio it was his opinion that the wife shoiT' ?et up and start the fires, aud let he aard-working husband rest. After this declaration there was si ,ence for the space ot tlirec-quarte;-: Df a second. Then the telephone sir" put out her ringer encircled by - he; engagement ring, and murmured sweetly but firmly: "Ring off, please' You are ou the wrong number!" Give the young and struggling i word of encouragement wheu you can Utter the kind word wheu you can set that it is deserved. The thought that "no one cares and no one knows' blights many a bud of promise. Be i the young artist at his easel, the youn: preacher iq his. pulpit, (he workmai at his bench, the b...

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"The Express." (Established 1873.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

'Established 1873.) PUBLISHED TUESDAV AND FRIDAY MORNINGS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1914. Mr Torn Hanrahan is leaving his Balleudella farm to reside on his Elmore property next month. Local settlers speak in warm terms of Mr Haurahan's many courtesies to the newcomer's, and they join in wishing him success in his new sphere. We learu that the grape crop at Mr J. Wright's vineyard, Balleudella, is a record one this season. A number of visitors call and eat their fill, aud leave laden with juicy trove, at a small outlay. Both the black aud white varieties are popular these hot days. It seems that the closer settlement authorities have beeu more wide awake than we ever suspected for a cinematograh operator visited the settlements about three weeks ago and took various scenes of interest for limning on the screen with lec tures, in Britain. Amongst other places visited were the tine lucerne plots, orchards' etc., of settlers H. L. Clarke, Murray, Gibbs and Aitken. The many friends of Mrs Jo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

Plumbers,-.Builders,-/.©ontractors"imd Hardware Merclrai^ The Cheapest and Best Place for all HARDWARE'LINES; Specialties for January 2 second-hand 400 gal Malt Tanks, 25s each I Portable Room, £20 I Ericsoo Hot Air Engine for Pumping, new, cost £28; will take £18 (iwdOmi, used few months. [kerosene Spray Pumps, " Knapsack." bucccss" and hand, Fishing Tackle Big Ben Clocks, the best in the world, for 12s 6d Hanging and Table Lamps from lO^d to SOs Deitz Buggy Lamps, 15s Buggy Candle Lamps from 12s 6d pair Vegetables and Flower Seeds Electric Kettles, Toasters, Irons " Blue Bell" Arsenate of Lead (Recommended by all Leading Orcbardists) Guns and Ammunition j SPECIAL PRICES for THIS MONTH. | j Spot Cash Only. \ | i Positively No Booking. \ | J No 8 Best Black Fencing Wire at £8 IDs per! j ton; 8s 9d. per cwt j | No 14 Barb Wire at 17s 6d per cwt. j | No 12 do at 16s do j Wire Netting, 36 x 2 x 19, 13s per roll of 100 j yds I Wire Netting, 36 x I ?a x 18, 17s 3d per roll of 100 yds ! D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

SANDHURST and NORTHERN DISTRICT TRUSTEES EXECUTORS and AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, ESTABLISHED 1888. WHEN MAKING YOUR WILL , APPOINT- this COMPANY EXECUTOR, it beiug empowered by Special Act of Parliainen NO 979 to act as BXECUTOB ^D^I^ISTRA-TOIR, Or TRUSTEE, iMio^TiEir to TiEisrr). 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 TO THE POLICYHOLDERS. No-Other,Office Conduct its Business SO ECONOMICALLY or DECLARES SUCH LARGE BONUSES. Melbourne Office, F. T. BRIDGES, <159-463 Collins Street. .Rssideut Secretary. District Agent—'W. R. PENNY COOK. remember, DUCK Season opens next woiith. a»<J IF YOU WANT THE VERY BEST AMMUNITION, CALL aud lNSP£,&...

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A GREAT BOON. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 February 1914

A GREAT BOON, Friendship Is one of tlie greatest boons granted to man. It is a unioi: if the Quest feelings, an unintcrestec binding of hearts, and an imsclfisr sympathy between two souls. It is av inrestrictcd communication betweei :wo minds, and an indefinable trus; mquestioningly reposed in one an other. The root of friendship is sym patliy, for friendship is love. Who Dver possesses a true friend has idviser when perplexed, a support n idversity, and a hope and refuge v '.rou&ls. True friendship never fail."

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