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

MOORE BROS. Genera! Camer Special and Careful Attention is paid to the prompt delivery of all goods. Orders promptly attended to. MOORE BROS, ■ Priory Road. Humphris Bros, UNDERTAKERS — AND — FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Artificial Wreatlis with Domes, Shrouds, &c., kept in stock. Agents tor Tombstones. Estimates ft^ven for .aN Kinds of BUILDINGS, PAINTING and PAPERHANGINCi] Agents for Royal Fire Insurance Co. Rochester Boot emporium Ladies' and Gent's High-class Boots and Shoes kept in stock Best Quality Watertights and Children's School Boots at . Reasonable Prices. BOOTS and SHOES MADE'TO ORDER and REPAIRED. E. EDWARDS/ MACKAY STREET (Next to Mrs Wliilla's Fruit Shop MYERS Complete Home Furnishers SUMMER COMFORTS. Gamp Stretchers, 5m Blinds, Bam boo Blinds, Spring Koller Blinds, Venetian Blinds, lee Chests. FOLDING CAMP STRETCHERS iu best Army Duck, folds into a small size, 15-lbs weight: ITs 6d each. DECK CHAIRS, strongly made, stout Canvas, 3s Od, -Is Gd, 6s l'd. SPRING ROLLER BL...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Reminders for April. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Reminders for April. LIVE STOCK. Horses - Those stabled should be ted libcially. Food of a more stimulating- nature can now be given to get them well over the j "changing coat season. Those: doing fast or "heavy work should be clipped; if not wholly, then trace high. The legs should not be clipped. Those not rugged on coming iuto the stable at night sweating freely should be wiped down and in haif an hour's time ragged or covered with bags until the coat is dry. Yearling colts if ! vigorous and well grown may be castrated. Weaned foals should have a lit tic crushed oats daily, if available. Horses to be turned out during winter should not be clipped, Their mouths and feet should be examined and attended to where necessary. Cattle—As the nights become colder the dairy cows should be rugged. The rugs should be re moved in day-time when the shade temperature reaches 60 degrees. If new grass is plentiful, give a ration of hay or straw, whole or chaffed, to counteract the purging effects...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rochester St. Patrick's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Rochester St. Patrick's Sports. Complete arrangements have been made for the spoits and concert to morrow and given line weather they can hardly fail to prove a rccord success. Owing to a prior engage ment Mr Haslem will be unable, to play tne pianoforte accompaniments it the concert, and the Faulkner Smith accompanist, Professor Hen stein, will act on the occasion. The procession will start from St Joseph's :hurch corner, at 12.30 p.m. The following are the handicaps:— 120 100 Yds. Yds. T, Crawford 3 ' 2 C. King 6 l J. Crowley 5 W. J. Tomkinson.. 7 5 T. Rose 9 , 7 W. Hitchcock 10 8 — Onley ... 10 8 L. Tehan ... 10 8 L. Wallace 10 8 J. Doyle ... 11 9 D. Hart 11 9 M. M'Gann 11 9 H. Fiedler 11 9 W. J. Hart 12 10 W. Grainger 12 10 H Wagstiff 12 10 F Nixon 13 11 F. Ding 14 12 It is annnuui-ed that Mrs Bvarn, who was tlie greatest sufferer by the motor accident at Restdown lately, is now in a fair way towards recovery. For a day or two ?fter the mishap her condition was con s:d led criti...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Clause 69. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Clause 69. (To the Editor.) 1 Sir.—Friend Kratzer is such a merry old twist-r, it is hard, sure, to pin him. Here's here, ther'. ani every vvh-re. One never knows what the old guy is up to, sure. Maybe he ought to have his bumps read about Clause 69. C'atise 70 ought to read—"No guy who hasn't cut his milk teeth and has i.ot touched rye juice for at' least ten years from landing on Austra lian soil, sh uld he'allowed to wiite on both sides of anv question in the same ten lines on penaltv of having his bumps smoothed, out with a slice of water melon. Onejuicv bit of water melon applied to another where the grey matter should he ought to work wonders, sure, when there is seepage suspected. Any how. it seems to this child of nature that Friend Kratzer is a bit of a leg puller Or is it he has had his old pedal extremities pulled some by a coot just as hazy as hitn s^lf^on Clause 69 and things in general. Tell me ! I guess and calculate some that Friend Kratzer is kind o' lonesome in his...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Miscellaneous. There are always three and a half million of people on the seas of the world. The Belgians are ilie greatest potato-eaters in the world, and the Irish come second. Cyclists in Denmark are forbid den by law to ride faster than the ordinary speed of a cab through any towu. Mr Joseph Kirkham, said to be the oldest Oddfellow in the world, died at Ashton-under-Lyue last month at the age of 9-. In Norway people who arc uii vaccinated are not allowed to vote at an election. A revolver has been invented bv a guusmith in Brussels that shoots seven times in a second. Horses in their wild state live to the age of 36 normally, being still fresh and hearty at that age in ihe desert. The greatest age which any species of insect has ever been known to attain is 1-3 years. This feat was accomplished by an ant which had beeu tenderly caied for by a naturalist for that length of time. The depth of waier effects the speed of steamers very considerably, the vessels moving more slowly in ...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

« Pe^We Bendigo Memories. Jguru visit »,iS?SiV,»2 ^orat-tolk 'a,, i your Pfeseutinc, frie«tls by Ut'E-UifP u,em w*"» a Phot°gra»W Alexauilet" Von Xhf y?urself *i!1 be pleaseV ?d~lhev ?.es of vour e " aU meul<3 d!^^iiaavS0,yable ed' 0ur*mo'. be Perpetu acco'JUt for tl„ rate prices our photal hpQPu!arity of 0^fifespu«ollDirec«y Alexander V£#."dio Good Clothes are always a Comfort And they're a specialty of ours- We tailor from finest and most fashionable fabrics and with the necessary expert skill to assure the most stylish fit and " hang." Say you have patterns. tttt The Store of the North," k M nm & ROCHESTER. Don't have your Suits made in the Melbourne Factories. Come to Us to be Fitted. Largest Stock of Suitings And Greatest Number of Work-hands north of the City. No Middleman's Profit. CDcelDai § jaie • :< fillies' Street, Rochester. 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 buv...

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Land Tax Case. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Laud Tax Case. | Tlie High Court decided in the Cornnif I Laud Tax case that las J could deduct for improf such as buniiu< oil, clejriK wheu arriving at the tmi' value of laudT Weather Forecast Mr Hunt's forecast tor& 24 bours is as follows;-f Jight showers near coast, fine and cool generallv. Labor Troubles, The moulders at the ?'■ iron foundry, North Mel struck work this morningt:, ing a Dew foreman in cfc| the ground thai lie opp^f ists during the implement strike. The enipl »ers «';-f the foreman, and the trou^ Grain, &c„ I Wheat, weak, milling, 1" 3d: feed. Is harlev, maltiiisi ClM-jlielj;; M^ape maliins. 2s 5d; cltf-;> ! 17s 6d; ha} to L5: 17s 5d; onions. to L6 !'-• ? Cattle M&rkdj C'ttle listed for Tiie^f-; ket tstal 3260. - j Member of ParJia®'" Retires. ..J •Air Metubrey, meiubtf Jika, has decided to Parliament. [ Racehorses Sol^i Recaller was G. Featherstou for ^ and Lord Tuck to Mrl' for 75 guineas. Under Fire- ^

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The "Standard's" Railway Expert. FORSAKES WILD FOWL FOR MUTTON. AND FALLS IN! [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

The "Standard's" Railway FORSAKES WILD FOWL FOR MUTTON. AND FALLS IN! The scribe who appears to be re sponsible for the railway piffle in 'he "Standard" has rather bad >n the last issue nf our respected brother sheet. The "Express" writer was placed acio-s the erudite scribe's knee and given a few smacks to go on with tor daring to have the audacity to remark, in his innocence, on the remaikahle argu ments adduced to briug the cross country railway, frum Bvrneside to Elmore. From the start the writer in a review dignified with the posi tion of a leading article, drops the wild fowl and scenic beauties of I^ake Cooper like a bag ot ti°-er snakes, aud in the dust raised from tne spanning administered seeks to get away with a Johnsonian leg o mutton a century or two ancient. We cannot say that we admi.e the scribe's aarnev tastes We like our mutton like the scribe's arguments, on the youthful side and easier to digest. Nor. do we admire the acrobatic manner in which the scribe (who ...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

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 Parliamen NO 979 to act as EXECUTOR Or tbustee, iMioisriEir to leistd. JAS. P. B, McQUIE, Manager, View Street, Bendigo. J. T. KEANE, LL.B. BARRISTER and SOLICITOR, 51 Pall Mall, Bendigo, And at ROCHESTER, ELMORE INGLEWOOD and QUAMBATOOK, Visits Rochester every Sale Day and a other times when notified. Telephone No. 324. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. H. W. RALEIGH, B.A.. li.B. (Formerly H. M. Lee), Solicitor, Rochester ■ Commissioner for Affidavits, Victoria and New South Wales. TRUST and OTHER MONEYS TO LEND. No CouimisRin" ^tiqrged. MESSRS Cohen, ftirby<&<3o Solicitors, &c. Bendigo and Rochester, BEG to announce to their clients arid 1 the public generally that on and I after the 18th day of April, 1912, tliev | will occupy their ncv offices at the tieu J Shamrock hot...

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Rushworth-Rochester-Bamawm Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Rushworth-Rochester-Ba mawm Railway League. A meeting of the Rochester branch of the league formed to pro mote the construction ot the above railway line was held in the "fire station on Friday evening; Mr P. Fitzgerald in the chair. .Mr A. G. Robertson (secretary) said re the deputation to the Go verntiient arranged for at a geneial meeting of the league held in Ro Chester last June, that Cr Graham, shire president, was not available, as he was at Sydney when the dele gates went to Melbourne. Messrs Bryce and Lipscomb were intro duced lo the Minister by Mr F. Clarke, M I, C., and the Minister promised that the Rochester claim should receive every consideration, in fact it would be one of the first lines to receive attention after Par liament met. But he thought that the inclusion of Barnawm in the scheme, for the present at least, would jeopardise their chance of success. A week ago he (the sec t retary), with Messrs Cheetham and I M'Master, attended a meeting of the Titnmering Eas...

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Sporting. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Sporting CRICKET imtch wasplaye* on ... aesliot, reserve on S^iuday he t!reen teams representing Natweella 1BdBs.a»wm, in which ibe former gt!e victorious, but as the UMia] clI<tom of leaving the scoring book Kith Mr Wilson was not followed, lrt are iwable to famish the de t3ll>' ' TENNIS. la connection with the trophies presented to the Methodist: club hy Messrs Leu and Em Wilson, the follomng are the handicaps and faff for the first round. to be com pleted by April 10;—Gen is—Rev. Heat!}, owe 30, v A. M ifeekeu xr; ], Arthur, owe 15}4, v T Wal kce, 0>ve li'i; \ ■ Gilbert, owe IS1/:, v N. Jewell, scr; E. Heffer m one 15, v G. Osmond, owe \5}{; B. Bromley, owe I5y:, v \V. Woodlands, scr; H. Dormant, owe 15, vH. Warden, owe 15; J,. £[ef fewait, scr, v J. AHgood,owe 15%. [adies-Miss D. Young, scr, v Hiss D, Bain, rec 15; Miss M. Sba w Dire 15, v.M/ss I. Payne, rec 15; Miss G, Kinsman. rec 15, v Miss ' G. Kinsman, rec 15; Migi Thomas aire l'i, r Miss F. Whitla, rec 15 ...

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Australian Autumns. SOME PREVIOUS EXPERIENCES [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

: Australian Autumns. 1 : SOME PREVIOUS EX 'i ■ PT7R TRNrt?:; .. The hot, dry spell still remains Avith' us, though we had a s'ight intermis-ion last week. 0<i Mon day night we had three points of rain and on Ttiursdav n ghi 6 points felji after which we h-td ,a compara tively cool period, but it was of Short duration. Tbere were-fairly good rains ranging up to an inch, in Hie west and central p >rtions of State, but our northern disMcts got only a spiinkle. As a ma'ter^ of fact the farmers of S^iid districts were not anxious for rain tip to the present, and if they get it early in April they will be satisfied. Que reason for this is that if rain cotnes early in autumn it starts the grass and if, as often occurs, a dry spell endues the grass perishes aud there is no supply for later autumn and aud winter. As before stated, a dry autumn is by no means pheno nomenal in Australia, and indeed it has been recognised, by those who have noted the current ol events, as the rul...

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Co-operative Butter Factory [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Operative Butter Factory I A meeting of the Co-operative f flutter and Canning Factory Com ! pany was heM in the board room on Saturday evening, there being present Messrs Macauley, in the; chair, Burgoiue, Bourke, Cheet- i bam,'.Vuraoch and Worner. Cor-I respondent was read from the I Minister of Agriculture promising j expert advice iu the establishment ofacannine branch iu connection mih ilie factory. The secretary reported at length on the transac tions and position of the company. Comment was made on the inade quate coo! truck service of the Rnikay department, and it \va suejesle.i that a combined request from the various factories imere^ lei might have the effect of im proving matters. The weekly out pu' of butter was nearly 4 tons ivliicl) is very satisfactory for tHi period of the year Accounts U: of /'59c! H< Id \V parsed for pavtuenl. Thj sec lary (Mr Walsh) reported that the tater market was in a peculia; condition, owing to large import* lions from northern S:...

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Bush Fires. A GIPPSLAND INFERNO. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Bush Fires. A GIPPSLAND INFERNO. (By a Rocbesterite.) The district around Rochester has never, as far as we know, been visited by busk fires of any very great magnitude, and it would not be possible for such to reach the stupendous dimensions that they do in Gippsland and other parts.where much of the country is primeval forest. There grow giant tret-s, some of them ranking with the largest in the wo'ld, jvith a dense uudersrowth and high grass all parched with the long dry summer. For over a-weett fierce conflagra- j tions have been raging over Gipps- ! laud." One of the most destructive of them occurred on Wednesday last at Woodside, a township about ten miles from Yarram, and abour five miles from the sea coast, in South Gippsland. A Rochester ladv, at present sojourning at Woodside, gives the fo lowing ac count of the fire:—"It was show day at Yar;am, hence many of the men of the district were absent from here, but it was fortunate in another respect, as it was a school holiday,...

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

AND IMIs^ Be Sold Without THE CORNE Y%». Gives you the Yield of Each Cow Your cows only require lialf the Mi'ikiug Staff aud are better milked bv the "Federal" Milking Machine One Dairyman running 70 head works »*' out the profit over hand milkiug at ^2 per cow. No complicated machinery in it to get out of it-ar. Its money in your pocket to enquire into the ''Bcun*' Machine, Write us for full particulars about it. j. ROBINSON & CO. Pty. Ltd., Spotswood, Vic. Manufacturer* of all Farm Implements and Machinery £ • only Melbourne Showroom* are at 536-538 Bourkc St. No Other. Procress TOMATO! Sauce Delicious and Delightful to theT aste ^ A very little of Leggo'a BProgresan Tomato Saucc ^ with eoup, grill or cold meats gives a new zest to the |^j meal; an appetising relish rarely equalled, and never surpassed. Lcggo's of Bendigo "Progress'' Tomato Sauce !? mnd« in Bendigo of the richest ripe Uendigo Volley Tomatois, l.lcntlrd !»t *ouce expert?, end pj-eeially prepared no a» to je...

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Municipal Tip. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Municipal Tip. The mssitisfactory slate of affairs that called for candid c-vjinient in a recent issue coutinue.s to give house holders much concern at the garbage tip. On Sunday one of our long suileriiio; cit'zeus was moved to take , action, and in order to give the eitv | health authorities some idea as how the community is flaunted in the matter of health menaces. a photographer was engaged to take a I photo of a Slaved beast that had j tea lying in the vicinity of the tip, i it is alleged, uncovered, for three ; days. The matter is becoming a | public scandal, and we wonder ; what posseses our local health au I thorities and councillors that they i countenance the state of affairs, j j Auvliow, siuce the local powers j seeui to be so helpless in this J j momentous matter, the question as j to whether the ratepayers at the Wti end of Mackay street are to fe cursed with odors of half and wholly utiburied horses and kine is !o come within the ourview of th>* authorities iu Melb...

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

'Established 1873.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINfM TUESDAY. MARCH 17, 1914. The agreement between the Com monwealth Electric Power Co. and the Rochester Water Trust for the pumping of the domestic water supply of Rochester has been signed and the company has al ready procured the necessary ma^ chinery for duplicating the plant. A newly invented improvement will be introduced into the gas suction engine. As is probably known, charcoal is one of the priu cipal ingredients used for the gene ration of the gas necessary for the propulsion of the engine, and it is expensive as well as having to be transported from long distances By the new device the furnace makes its own charcoal from wood supplied to it as in an ordinary steam engine. The delay in the duplication has been to au extent due to the agitation for a water supply from the Waranga channel and suspension of action in the erection of the tank, which, if carried into effect, would so alter the plans and proceedings of the ...

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

Big Ben Clocks, the best in the fricsofl Hot Air Engine for. world, for 12s 6d Piimpin.!,'. new, cost £28; Hanging and Table Lamps from ■ii hi../is lO^d to 50s will lahc .110 Ocifz Buggy Lamps, Ij>s odOven, ufed lew monlhs, ■ Buggy Candle Lamps from 12s |IOs 6d pair Vegetables and Flower Seeds Electric Kettles. Toasters, Irons Pump?, "Knapsack," "Blue Bell" Arsenate of Lead "Success" and hand, (Recommended by all Leading Orchardists) jshing Tackle Guns and Ammunition 01'" AND 1 si|gliyyLfjLi,$ sr > r -*-* mkMrt&wtimm Buy in this Manner and Save Many Pounds. 4 c -- C t ,, JTS i ,» ^4- 75/3 ~ ^ V See a sample Piano ax moure s, ese Pianos aontairi all. the Latest ideas m ^construction, and. have teen speoiaih/ designed i& suit four climate* The following arc a few of the leading featurest^TrUcor^.^Hqi^ly..striing;--Massive. jr.on frame, extending to ihe furthest extremities of tlie case; Tone, Full, Rich and Brilliant to a degree; 7W Octaves; Best ivor> Keys; C...

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Mr Elwood M[?] Released from Tents[?] Agreement And Returns to Victo[?] June. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

Released from Tents'. Agreement And Returns to Victor) June, Mr Watt to-day received^ from Mr Iihvood Mead s'2l has obtained a release froffl: . tative agreement with thsi; sity of California, and will to Victoria in June. ;•

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TELEGRAM MELBOURNE, Monday Eve Letter Contains Explosive And Injures Closer [?] ment Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 17 March 1914

(From Our Own Corr Melbourne. Monday Ere Letter Contains Explosive And Injures Closer I. ment Oflicers, Mr Frederick Lee, Chser; rneut Commissioner, real:: post this morning a small p. with sixpence wotth ofstac; postmarked "Sydney, Saiq As be opened it an expla curred, wounding Leet:} head and hip. j MrThotuab H islie, comfflk had a wound over the eye,srj R. G. Joufs. junior atteuda'i taiued scratches on the lid face. A number of ho!;.:| m*de in the ceiling ami wall.f All three were atteuded H? cally and left for home. j The bomb consisted oi M cartridge. wire spring and -v pieces of brass filings. • The detectives are iuve&f

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