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Rushworth-Stanhope-Ro Chester Railway. MEETING AT CARAG. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 20 March 1914

Rushworth-Stanhope-Ro chester Railway. MEETING- AT CARAG A meeting of the combined rail way leagues advocating the Rush worth-Stanhope-Rochester railway line was held at Carag Carag school on Monday afternoon last, when representatives as follows were pre sent:—Carag League—Messrs J. Brydon, R. Hicks, S. Hicks, W. Enders, F. Enders, D. Stewart, A. Stewart, J Fulton, W Crothers and Caleb Wright; Rushworth—Messrs   E. A, Muhlhan, Cr H. G. Brice and T Tulloch; Timmering—Messrs G. M'Queen, H M'Queen, J. Bickley, Cr. M. J. Tehan, T. Taylor. W. G. Paynter, W. Pogan, W. Leahy and T. Leahy; Rochester—Cr T. J M'Master and Messrs Robertson and Cheetham Cr Tehan was voted to the chair   and called upon Mr Tulloch (secre tary to the combined leagues) to read the minutes of the combined meeting held at Rochester on 5th June, 1913. Cr Brice (Rushworth) reported   that Mr Lipscombe (Rochester) and himself had waited upon the Minis ter of Railways on June 18tl...

Publication Title: Rochester Express
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The Orchard. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

The Orchard, What the new 'areas arc berug I prepared iu the anticipation of I planting out iu the autuiau autM winter, \he autuuiu rains will be o . I immense benefit. Plougbiug will Steady accelerated; and i£ the laud 1 tos been already ploughed, the | subsoil will receive an excellent \ toeing, lu preparing land tor I planting out—and this should be OK&meuced right away so as to sweeten—it should be subsoiied, so to produce good results in after Vtats, kubsoillng will add to the and vigor of the trees, it will ttalutally iucreasc the crop, and ^ will considerably lessen the ex cuse of fertWsers, Reference has tctu previously made iu these notes success attained from grow 1US fruit trees in• spoiled laud; wvt the fact may be - again pointed out that many growers iu Victoria. 'irc to-day reaping the benefit of '^creased crops without artificial '^iug, where the soil is subsoiied wore pouting. Draining is c }mPoitaut factor iu success . ftu\t culture; but while per drainage ...

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A Trip to the Seaside. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

A Trip to the Seaside, (By Ramblkk.) A trip to the seaside is just the thing for the summer. Although the days are fairly warm, the nights are cool and refreshing. The lead ing feature is sea-bathing. Every evening thousands of people of both sexes may be seen, all attired in Canadian costume. One hears a lot about the naughtiness of mixed bathing. Well, duriiig the last month there have surely been over 100,000 people thoroughly eujoyiug themselves, add I must say that I saw nothing to object to. There may have been some from the city, who were not" too particular, but the foreshore committee, composed of local residents, inthe interests of their own suburbs, have seen that a I stop was put to anything of a ques tionable nature. The bouses destroyed by the great fire at Chelsea are being quickly re-built. The people bad become so fond oi their week-end home aud a dip iu the briny that they are losing: no time iu erecting uew tenements. Seaside hemes are becoming so popular that lau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

§ Perpetuate Bendigo ig Memories, y. liefore your return, visit "Alexander" Studios < and Lave taken that long-pto mised Portrait. Delight your home-folk and friends by presenting them with., a L.IPE-LIKE' " Alexander" Photograph of yourself. - You will be pleased—they : will be pleased—and memo ries of your enjoyable*,Ben.-., di^o holiday will be per'petu- . ated. Our moderate prices accouut for the popularity of our photographs. Directly opposite fire station. J R^nirgion Alexander ... Jj-tudio ... . View 5\, Bendigo. =?.4A&~ Gives you the Yield of Each Cow Your cows only require half the Milking Staff and are better milked by the "Federal" Milking Machine One Dairyman running 70 head works out the profit over hand milkiug at per cow. No complicated machinery iu it to get out of gear. Its money in your pocket to enquire into the Benn!' Machine. Write us for full particulars about it. 7, ROBINSON & CO. Pty. Ltd., Spotswood, Vic. Manufacturer# of all Farm ...

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Prospects for 1914. WHEN IS RAIN THE MOST VALUE? [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Prospects for 1914. WHEN IS RAIN THE MOST VALUE ? M. E. O'B. writes in theBendigo "Independent":—Two months of this year have gone, and the low record of 25 points represents the rainfall for that period in our dis trict. ' March, so far, is in accord with its two piedecessors. . Already ihe croaker is looking up .Wiaage's forecasts of years ago, and is du biously shaking his head, though, through the medium of he - Inde pendent," we hnve bet n able to dispel some .of the apprehension that those fearful forecasts used to arouse in the breasts of pastoralisis and agriculturalist. Especially was this the case in 1912, when little rain fell before mid-June, and our contention tint there was even then time for a good harvest was •toortie out by results. There is not now the slightest grounds for any alarm. Indeed there is much cause for gratification that the rain is holding off. Rain does little or no good to fields or pastures during January, February and part of March. . It dpes much...

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Deakin Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

De&kin Shire Council. ? MONTHLY MEETING, The monthly meeting of the Deakin Shire Council was held ill the Shire Hall, Tongala, on Mon day, when there were present Crs Geo Watson (president), A. 51'Leod J. Alian, W. Day, T. Power. M. Tehau. A. Ingram, W. Guuu, aud II. Lnz, CORRESPONDENCE. From Education department, stat ing that tenders for erection of a school building at Tongala had been called.—The secretary said the school was to be erected on a fine site—right ou aslope. From Acting-Deputy Postmaster General, respecting telephone facili ties at Tongala. aud stating that ap proval had been given for the erec Lionofa trunk telephone Hue be tween Kyabram and Echuca, via Tongala.- Cr Allan-That's satis factory. From Senator Al'Coll aud Mr Palmer, to the same effect. —Received. From Public Works department statiug that ,£100 had been allotted towards repairs of roads damaged by irrigation traffic, council to ex pend L100 additional.—Received From 11. M'Keuzie, M.I/.A., to the...

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Rochester Waterworks Trust [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Roches{ef The monthly meeting of the trust J held in the Shire Hall ou Fri day evening- Freseut-Com A. B. Uaaphris (chairman) J, D. Cheet tain, E. L. Ham, J. fovey, J. L. U'oroer and Mr J. Ji. Humphris tecretarv). C'OKKKSl'OXDKXCt'. from H. Casey, wuuicipsl cou fractor, Beud/go, offering spalls for facing the weir at .'s 6d per yard at Kaglelwsvfc or Goldeu Square rail irBy stations.—The spall:, bad been ordered and used iu the late tipjift I lag of the weir crest. I From Waterworks Trusts Asso I ciition, requesting that the trust I fortvard on or before oUtk April any motions which it is desirous of slib aittingfor consideration at the an nua! session of the association.— Held over for a month. from the Datidenoug Water Trust, asking the amount of salary paid the secretary and collector of ; fie Rochester Trust, also the mim- I berof rate assessments and a copy of j last year's balance-sheet. — Had I been complied with. From tfie State Audit office, stat ing fiat the auditor would ...

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TELEGRAMS Melbourne, Monday Evening. Grain, &c., Market. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

(From Our Own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Mouday Eveniujr. Grain, &c„ Market. Wheat, 3s 9^d; oats, milling, is Id, sped, 2s 3d, ,feed, Is lOd; chaff, 1,2 17s 6d to 1/3 7s 6d, good others from 1/2 12s6d;ha>, manger, to 1,5, sheaves, 1/2 10s to 1,3 5s; potatoes, 1/2 15s to 1,4 5s; onions to 1,6 Cattle Market. Cattle listed for Tuesday's mar ket total 3790. Weather Forecast. Mr Hunt's forecast for the next 24 hours is as follows: — More showers over eastern half, elsewhere fine. The Third Arbitration Court to day began heating evidence in support of the claim of operative bakers for day baking. Myrtle Shadford, 19years of age, and who was married at 13 but is living apart" from her husband was to-day sentenced to one mouth's imprisonment, with suspension on a good behavior bond, for vagrancy. George Taylor was senteuced to twelve months and Tas. Cottrell to three mouths, but good behavior bonds were accepted in Cottrell's case. The evidence showed that the girl decoyed a man ...

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Elmore v Union. PLAYED AT ELMORE MARCH 14, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Elmore v Union. PLAYED AT ELMORE MARCH 14, 1914. In the good old days, on the Elmore ground, The team far uiore than a match was found For the best elevens that the North could show On the road from Ecliuca to Ben digo. You clap M'Caithy and cheer O'Neill, But the days of Warren and Keane and Steel, When the Bremner brothers were in their prime, For Elmore town was a glorious time; But still the team in its palmiest days Had need of every man it could raise When the Union team from the Norih came down To play their matches in Elmore town. Fierce was the struggle and keen the fray, Though old Sam Windridge has had his day, His sons in the foremost rank re mained, And Stanley aud Anderson long maintained The ancient fame of the matchless side, Renowned and feared o'er the country wide, The mighty Union of Pannoomilloo Was the finest eleven the district through. Ah me, how swift the seasons fly, Those days aud their glory have long gone by, 'Tis many a year, since the teams have met, A...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Local News. Mr Miles O'Neill, solicitor, of Rochester, has beeu appointed a commissionor of the Supreme Court for taking affidavits. A lady's overcoat was lost out of a gig three or four weeks ago, in Moore street. Will the finder please enquire at "Express" office? At S p.m. this evening a general meeting of the Rochpster Literary and Debating Society will be held in the Shire Hall, to consider mat ter in connection with the body. Trial by Jury will take place next Tuesday evening. The Bamawm Picnic Sports In aid of the Recreation reserve will be held on the reserve on Wednes day; April 1st, and as a liberal pro gramme provided for the oc casion we look forward to a first-class attendance. All tastes will be catered for, as in addition to a series of pedestrian events -and miscellaneous- sports such as stepping the chain, putting the weight, tossing the caber, &c., there will be an attractive series of equestriau events for substantial prizes, inclusive of the mirth provok ...

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Rainless Wheat. DRY FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Rainless Wheat. DRY FARMING. Is there really such a cereal in ex istence as ' "rainless wheat?" A writer in the "Nineteenth Century" says that there is, and that it is yet destined to play a great part in making deserts blossom. "Dry "farming" and "rainless wheat" are said to go very well together, antjl if we may believe the test i mony of men who claim to speak from experience, the arid places of the earth will yet play a large part in feeding humanity. The great stretch of arid land m America which lies between the Missouti and the Rocky Mountains, in the Rocky Mountains, in the space of a single generation, it is claimed, has been settled by wheat growers, who have no fewer than half a dozen railways carrying the produce to market! It was on that land that the Americans began to practice what they called "dry farming" Of course, there is no such thing as dry farming. No grain can grow without moisture; but there is such a thing as makiug a little rain go a long way This is what ...

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Those Distant Fields. NOT AS GREEN AS THEY LOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Those Distant Fields, NOT AS GREEN AS THEY LOOK. It is not only from parts of the Goulburn Vallev tliat young far mers ore emigrating to the other States, nor is it only from Victoria that thev are going. Five large blocks of land in Queensland that were bal'otted fur recently at Goon (iuvindi attracted altogether 830 ap plications, of which a great number came from Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia. Ap parently distance enhanced the de sirability of the laud, for the terms were not comparable with those on which land can be secuie-1 in Vic toria. A deposit of L175 had to be lodged by each applicaut and if he happened to be among the five win ners and not cue of the 825 losers he secured, not freehold, but a lease for 28 years with the right of re newal, and was obliged to pay sub stantial survey fees as well as his annual rent. The Minister of Lands MrLawsou, remarked when informed of this ballot that it was well to know that the Queensland Minister of Lauds was just to...

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Sporting. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Sporting. cricket A match was played between the Union and Nanneella teams on Saturday afternoon last. Nanneella batted first and knocked up 65, while Uniou had four wickets down for 141 when play ctased. Scores:— Union, 1st innings, D. Park, retired, 35; W. Joyce, retired, 52; B, Archibald, not out, 11; R. Park, retired. 22; G. Turvey, not out, 14; W. M'Laren, b J. Doyle, 6; sundries. 1. Total, 4 for 141. Bowling, Stevens, none for 19; Price, none for 5; Doyle, one for 44; King, none for 16; Williamson, none for 24; Rose, none for 15; Bennett, none for 15; Rankin, none for 4. Nanneella, 1st innings, J. Bennett, run out, IS; T. Doyle, b E. Ham, 15; J. Doyle, b Archibald, 0; G. Rankin, b Archibald, 7; H. Stevens, c Archibald b Ham, 0; C. King, b Ham, 9; T. Rose, b Haul, 2; R. Willianisou, b Ham, 0; J Walker, c Archibald, b Hani, 7; J. Williamson, not out, 6; sundries, 5. Total, 69. Bowlinp, H. Archibald, two for 19; W. Joyce, none for 20; E- Ham, seven for 25. Position of Clubs—Union...

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Band Association. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Band Association. When a band is competing in a quickstep, must all the members appearing iu it take part in the inspection, and so adjust the instru ments that big men hold big in struments and little men hold little instruments ? These questions were asked of the secretary of the Vic torian Baud Association (says the Ballarat "Courier"), by the con ductor of the Sheppartou Model Band. There was also a question as to whether a judge could revise his decision after it bad been given. These little problems were for the secretary, to solve, but the V.B.A. was asked by the promoters of the Sheppartou Carnival to give a de ci;>iou respecting the quickstep, ^'ergea'nt-major Franklin having admitted he had made a mistake through a clerical error, and that it was due to his ignorance of the rules. Referring to the eoudue tor's letter, the President said all who take part iu the contest must parade for the inspection, and must carry the instruments they played. With respect to the letter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

"The cup thai cheers but not inebriates." If you Want a DELICIOUS, I PAGEANT and REFRESHING CUP .OF TEA Coinc to J. D. W. Hogg, MOORE STREET Thos. Webster (Late of Euglaud) {PRACTICAL HORSE SHOER and GENERAL JOBBING SMITH, Moore Street, Rochester ^Next Burn's Livery Stables). ALL IIORSKS SIIOI) UNDER T.W.'b SUPERVISION. A TRIAL SOLICITED. Commercial Hotel Moore-$t. Rochester. Miss COGHLAN Desires to intimate to Friends and '.Visitors that the Covered in Yard In connection with the above Hostelry is now completed, and Loose Boxes, as well as a great number of Stalls arc pro vided. All Stabling Free, AMPLEST ACCOMMODATION IN ROCHESTER. Aland. Robertson RAMSAY STREET. ROCHESTER, DESIRES to announce that he has been appointed agent for Roches, ter and district for the old-established and popular YORKSHIRE EIRE,LIVE STOCK and ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. Growing Crop Insurances against lire and hailstones. Also agent for The Famous Mitchell and Co. Agri cultural Implements (a full stock « of d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

liumphris Bros, UNDERTAKERS — AND — FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Artificial Wreaths with Domes, Shrouds, &c., kept in stock. Agents tor Tombstones. Estimate? (liven for all Kinds of BUILDINGS, PAINTING and PAPERHANGING3 Ajjeuts for Royal lfire 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 Whitla's Fruit Shop The Rochester Milo Jenkins 8 Williams Only the PRIMEST of ROAST BEEF MOTTON LAMB DAIRY PORK! CORNED BEEF OX TONGUES PICKLED PORK FRESH SMALL GOODS MADE DAILY wiLh new and up-to-date ma chinery. Families Waited On for Orders. Phone No. 7. A Trial Kindly Solicited. The Rochester Milo. 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...

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The "Express." (Established 1873.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND AND FRIDAY MORNINGS TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

'Established 1873.) PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND I'It ID AY MORNINfiS TUESDAY, MARCH 24. 1914. Notwithstanding the cold and threatening weather of Thursday evening the open-air picture show was fairly patronised, and the usual series of superior pictures was projected on tbe screen. Mrs M Swiney, the popular hostess of the Rochester Hotel, had lately a severe attack of illness for which Dr. Sandison, assisted by Dr Lease, performed a minor opera tion on l'riday last, since which she has improved satisfactorily. The complaint was a recrudescence of one for which she had been treated on a previous occasion several years since. Dr Sandison does not apprehend any necessity for further operations. After much agitation on the sub ject, it was announced that tenders would be accepted about three weeks ago for the erection of a Stale School at Strathallan, but nothing further was heard of it,till Friday when a message was re ceived from our member stating that the contract had b;en recom mended fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

Ill Rodtestef Timber 'and iim: "f Pluitfbers, Builders, <£on'iract6rs amd Hardware Merchants, • The Cheapest and Best Place for all HARDWARE LINES. Specialties for March ■ i Big Ben Clocks, the best in the lot Air Engine for i world, for 12s 6d . new, cost £28-'; Hanging and Table Lamps from ..jiuate f is Ito 50s 1 j Deitz Buggy Lamps, 15s ii. »sed mon^ls> I Buggy Candle Lamps from 12s 6d pair Vegetables and Flower Seeds ^f0Sene | Electric Kettles, Toasters, Irons ' Knapsack," j " Blue Bell" Arsenate of Lead "Success" and hand, I (Recommended by all Leading : Tackle Orchardists) Guns and Ammunition ©& Hand, LARGE and VARIED STOCKS OF \ BUILDING MATERIAL AND HARDWARE. Ovens and.Stoves of various makes Mantles and Ovennautles, Grates, .■ • Tiles, &e. . Fenders and Kerbs, Fire Irons A splendid assortment of Paper • -i hangings and Freizes Just arrived a new consignment of Floor Coverings Silver and Plated Ware iu endless , variety Wedding Presents and. Bir...

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Rushworth-Stanhope-Rochester Railway. RAILWAYS STANDING COMMITTEE VISIT ROCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

,fh-Stanhope-R°" i ''tvi^g committk, f Jal'elMl yesterday monn^ I • standing Committee Jieard "in regard to til? above railway. ^Tiamtriig branch of the league ' nested >'}' Messrs H. and G. ' ,-i if. G. Paynter (secretary), T. 'lV ' Pagan, A. Ingram, Cr ■ , Tenia." I'- W. i H, Bickley. Messrs R.Mur 'l']'. Keogfi w-ere present from ,,, j ami Mr Laurie from Ben "th'e Rochester branch was repre I by Messrs J. I'. Graham (presi \'r T. M'Master and Mr A. G. 3 (secretary). fwff. if'A'ewif-', M L..\. for file dis jiirtJuced the witnesses to the illte, vbich cousiited of Messrs It Osicron M.L.A. (chairman i, D. ■emd Hicks, M'sUC, E- Warde, U", BiHson and S. fJarues, Ms I,.A. vixerc also present the secretary, I Gilchrist and Mr G. Urosvu, Go ■dt stenograph?r. u ii'. fariiler, secretary of Tiuimer lstiue, «'as firsi L';1,'e(i uPon 10 give :t«. He deposed that he was a 'trS<. Timmering East, for S years. (libit read* report (given below) on Tiwmering to be connected Li'irav, as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rochester Express — 24 March 1914

SANDHURST and NORTHERN DISTRICT TRUSTEES EXECUTORS and AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED, KSTABUSHKD iss*. WHEN MAKING YOUR WILL, APPOINT this COMPANY KXKCUT' NO 979 lo act as " EXECUTOS Or TRUSTEE, JMCOIsTEY TO XjIEJJSTJD. JAS. P. B. McQUIE, Manager, View Street, Bendigo. ^ CUTOR, il being empowered by Special Act of Parliamen J. T.'KEANE, LL.B. BARRISTER and SOLICITOR, 51 Pall Mall, Bendigo, And at ROCHESTER. ELMORE INGLEWOOD arid QUAMBATOOK, Visits Rochester every Sale Day and &' other times wheu notified. Telephone No. 324. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. H. W. RALEIGH, B.A.. LL.B. (Formerly H. M. Lech Solicitor, Rochester Commissioner for Affidavits, Victoria and New South Wales: TRUST and OTHER MONEYS TO LEND. No Conimissin" <"!iqjged. MESSRS Cohen, Kirby Co. Solicitors, &c. Bendigo and Rochester, BEG to announce to their clients and the public generally that on and after the 18th day of April, 1912, thev will occupy their new offices at the new Shamrock hotel, and will ...

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