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"THE WORLD AROUND." [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

'THE WORLD AROUND." So great litis become tlio domand for olcctric washiug machines that ono manufacturer is producing thorn in 30 stylos and sizes. Tim Pruss an Stato' railways aro using 200 storage batt.'ry cars at less cost than steam loooinottves or gasoline-elec tric cars. A bather bolt in an English factory Has been rumuug at a speed of 1SOO font a minuto from nino to twelve hours a day for more than thirty-twfi years. Venetian coins of 1570 and 1577, bearing tho nanus of ono of tho Dogcs> liavo been found in Mashoualand, in tlu interior of South Africa. . FjuUo HaiUal, in Central Asia, and Lake Tan :anyika, in Central Africa, furnish similar problems for scientists as both aro fresh water, removed from ic.ans, yet both contain deep sea fish. A patent has been granted for an elevator propelled up and down a shaft by an electric motor, which drives a shaft with pinions on cach end to .engage racks. Recent French sta\ istios show t&rty fivo families in that country ha...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOBURN TUBERCOLOSIS EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

WOBURN TUBERCOLOSIS EXPERIMENT. The experiment in th« rearing of calves from tubercu'.uuB cows, carried out by tho Roynl Agricultural Society at Woburn, was dis ussed finally at the rocont council mooting. There ap pear to be a few who think tho investi gation was not worth tho money it cost, chiefly on the ground that the facts established had been already ac cepted. Thoro will not bo many of this way of thinking. It was known in certain quarters tluib cnlvca from tu berculous parents had been reared frco from tho disease in Denmark and in other countries; but reading accounts of distant experiment does not always carry conviction, especially in view of tho modern tendency to magnify what has been attempted < r achieved abroad. Tho British- farmer likes to see for himself) and to have first hand informa tion on matters that closely affect his interest. Tho Woburn trials cost less . than tho modest sum voted for them, and it does not exaggerate their value to cla&...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. SPRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

. HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. SPRAINS. iimb-T mul,,# "fetch of «h 8 o[,lolnt ? tho ligninuntd I ot whiuti ar» uinal.y partially totn k. .mn^V Thc/° ifl :.K .ome iwut hmg of other tissues in tho neighborhood of tho joint, with ntbturo aivwm r<*wte and effusion of blood, giving us.; t0 ,,Uu characteristic din UwW.mt" J'rui.in« on "'0 (It in ovir Sprn;i)8 nro of most fre in ",U <"*>». L\ S.L ftn<l hni.>U. Ihero is aov.ro pain 0fJon «r mf I *" cprtftin ,P<»'n>« inoronK odon inovi'iHuiit; tlioio "my i,« j"nbil. »yr, i" «""? U",.,riiKl't of 'tho UmU; "" '»l» tlioro iril! bo fin-oiling and di» tl°e joint" TP nround fusion ini tf -0-r ,,inHn"«atory ot o!r Tim n) ,0,"£t ^v"y nl"y oc or of Zl"'rnC0 ? ",Kns of fractmo Ztt^rJh n " usuniJy su"ico <0 V. s .' S.PT"> from ono or otlwr Ot those injuries; but whura th"rl .tion of fit** *n°ompleto absorp ^l)Qfrfcct ^pniroVn\nhortoirnRamonti0 dBfi&vaaius 0lb0,r' th« - Con' o.nployeT " P...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A BOY [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A BOY When^I como to think it over I can recall a good ninny fchingsJ-hat happen to a boj to wound his prido and1 to re mind hint that no matter how manly ho may feel is but a small hoy after nil, and must bo treated as such. One of tho earliest humiliations to which he is subjected is not being allowed to fish with a > eal hook. Sometimes a bunt pin substituted, t tho head of which is constantly slipping through tho knot and losing itself in tho water; or, if tho real hook is used, father first carefully files off the bar!) to pre vent tho possib lity of its getting into the boy's hand or leg and requiring it to ho cut out,. Now nobody ever saw a boy catoh a fish with a bent pin or a barbless hook, and when a boy is seen fishing with either it in a sure sign that ho )K regarded as still being in tho infant claw. r. Another notico to a small boy that ho is only a small boy is making him rido a horse with a grain bag for a saddle, this precaution being taken t...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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HIS ORDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

HIS ORDEAL. Judkins paced tbo floor. His brow was wrinkled and pale. Thore wns an anxious look in his oyfls Evidently there was something on Judkins's mind. Presently ho spoko. "Yes,- it must bo done I It in n dreadful alternative, but I can seo n<> other cour.se fto pursue." Ever and nnon bo rolled bis eyes up ward, and raised his el.?nched hands to wards tbo ei-iling in an attitudo of su premo and utter despair. Tbo struggle was a long and bitter ono. Bravely I10 strove for tbo mastery over tbo black demon* of de.spondowy that surrounded him; but in vain wore his efforts. Inch by inch, foot by foot, they pressed upon him, and, in spite of pluck and will-power, his hitherto indomit able spirit was slowly but surely crowd ed to the wall, and finally forced to surrender. "Yes," he repeated, despairingly, "it must l)o donol Thero is no other way V' And then, grabbing his hat, ho rush ed frantically from the room. Has .Judkins gone to jump off the Tower Hridgo, plunge hea...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Football. COHUNA V. WE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

Football. COIIUNA V. WKK WKh Rl'P A large ami enthusiastic crowd of spectators assembled on the Co huna Recreation Reserve 011 Satur day to see these two noted antago nists face one another in combat once more. Keen curiosity added considerably to parti/an interest. When, however, it was learnt that the Column Cln!> was being strengthened by some of the best men in the defunct Phoenix Club, the local ladies promptly donned the Wse Wee Rup colors. Xever the le<s the visitors showed up as bravelv .is ever ill Riven and yellow, though their strength must have been sensibly weakened by the ab sence of 1-i'ie. '1'aylor, who was hors de combat as the result of a nastv kick in the stomach he re ceived ot the previous week's prac tice match. Several men oi^fcith sides, however, were suffering tvoiu crippling colds.. Hut the spirits of the men were never higher, nor their determination more quietly resolute. Prior to tne commence ment of play the brand new Asso ciation trophy p...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Personal. DEATH OF MR ALENANDER ARBUTHNOT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

Personal. !>KATII OK MR AI,KX ANDKR AR1HTHXOT. Surprise amounting to astonish ment was experienced :it Colmna on Sunday afternoon when it be e.nne known that Mr Alexander Arbuthnot. the well-known saw miller and steamboat proprietor, of Koondrook, was dead. liecanse he had been at Colmna on his way home from a motor car run to Kcfotica the day before, when Jie appeared to be in the best of health and spirits. The cause of death, however, was a sudden failure of the lieart. The deceased had been driving in the neighborhood of Koondrook on Sunday morning, and paused to take dinner prior to taking a run over to his farm at Mvali. Hut he had no sooner finished his dinner than he sud denly collapsed in his chair while in the act of bending forward as if to address his wife. It transpires that he had been suffering from a heart affcction for some years past; and that lie had beenunder treat ment by a Melbourne specialist for this malady. . There will -be a consensus of opinion that in ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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[?] HIS HORSE JIBS NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

. j-vv HIS ilOWSE JIBS NOT. ..L.omou Hroadup hitched Selim to iro "one-hoss" rig and turned hid mil viJJageward. ¥ou see, Solomou Ad somo apples that he wished to Jmrke.t. The animal wont about half ihtj distance quite well; then hud thoughts entered his head-ho would jib. And jib ho diJt so bad that all Solomon's efforts to mako him-50 wova unavailing. Ho did not whip tho horse, mind you. Like his ancient namesake, Solomou was possessed of wisdom, having imbibed during hi? twu-scoro and odd years a uufticioi.t supply for every-dr.y purposes. Uo merely pushed Selim hack a little out ol' the way of passers-by; then, show* ing him a si rap, and putting it under his very nose, ho went to the off-sido and securely fastened ono end of tho strap to his foreleg closo up to his body. Then throwing tho other «?nd across his shoulder, ho fastened ifc.to his near leg between tho foot and pas torn joint, taking the strap up -jnougU to raise the loot considerably off tuo ground. Taen .Solomon sa...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

Public Notices. C. H. M'LENNAN j COHUNA. AGENT FOR Mitchell and Co's Agricultural Machinery. Mutual Life and Citizens Insur ance Company. Allen Fire Insurance Co. DENTISTRY. A M'E King, Recorded by thiopental Board of Victoria. . . . . 1JEGS to inform the public of Ccffiuna and surrounding dis trict that lie has resumed the prac tice of his profession, and that he can be consulted at Mr J. McKenzie King's residence, King Edward Street, Cohuna. Crown & Bridge Work a Specialty. Visits GUNBOWER on the 1st and 3rd Monday (Sale Days) of each month. THE "MELBA" TEA ROOMS. - Main Street, COHUNA. - High-Class Confectionery, FRUITS, DRINKS, and AFTERNOON TBA. SUPPBRS FOR DANCBRS Catered- (or. } -A. AND ?B. HAXL. 1 H- S- K- WARD. , 24 to 38 SPENCER STREET MELBOURNE. | GRAIN CHAFF & POTATO j- MERCHANT. iLucerne Specialist | Manufacturer of "HA-WA"' Oat Flakes and " CORN BIRD Oatmeal. These are obtainable from all the leading Grocara in the _States.;v fF ~ James Carlyon, Saddle,...

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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TRAIN. In California the mountain is car ?jr.) to Mnhom't, and tho farmers aro '(.r\nl by a travelling collate. This s n train. Tho seawon 1911*12 was the fourth "y°nr of running, and CIOBO on >,u00 miles wero covorod in tho last .ainpai^u. In the train individual :ars wero dovutod to special subjects )i agricultural and horticultural inter* ?at, so that persons intorostod in a spe» :ial lino could visit that car in parti sular, listen to the loctnro of tho spe cialist in charge of tho car, and ask is many questions as thoy saw fit. Tho (trccitit number of auditors at these loc* turea during 191112 was 102,624, ac cording to a cnrofnl connus takon at Mich of tho train. This was an increaflo of :M,000 persons, or 31 por cent, over tho attendance of tho pro* vious yonr. Commenting on tho latest tour, tho "Pacific Freo Press" states that there wan a notod increase of in* tereat at practically every placo visit* ed, and in all of tho few instances ;vher«* tho att...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A STORY AT BEDTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

A STORY AT BEDTIME. "l'leaso tell us u story," children so often request, and it is often linrcl to think ul one on demand, lhit a little practise makes it easy, and a h.ippy sot of children are soon absorbed m a simple narration of events and giv© an attention that is fluttering. For littlo children regular stories with a plot are not necessary; a simple story liiu 1 of details will iiil their minds with a fcerius of pictures. It. may be only a story of a littio girl going on au errand, lor her mother, but givo her a name uud say sho had ou ^ nice, oloan, blue dress. Then in his walk she can soo a number of pleasant things and per haps meet another littlo girl; thus : you can go ou telling of things as thoy couio into the mind or are suggested by tho children themselves. The bccues and incidents should bo such as \hey aro familiar with and oan understand. Some simple, unexciting stories arc a good preparation for bodtimo. In giving ovidonco beforo tho Brick Commission, it watf stat...

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THINKING OF HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

THINKING OF HIMSELF. Two Irish *oMiVrs Atntioncd m the \V«*t Indies wero accustomcd to batho daily in a Jilt to l»ny vrhich w** gonor» ally Mippoaed to ho freo from t.hnrkn. Though on Rood term* with each other, t!n\v w«t« not what might bo called fft-<t friend*. ()n»» <!ny, a* they worn xwimming about (ir.o liiuulrt^i yard* from tho jdiurv, Put rbiorvod Mdco unddonly mok iiisr for the land an hard a% ho could without ?avirg n word. Wondering trvenn th«? matter, Pat fctruck ou vigorously after hiin, and Und«d at hi< roinpniiionV heol*. "I* ther«» nnything wrong will yol" in<|tiirod Pat, feelingly, "Nothing- nothing at nil," ronliod tho nthi'r. "Thin what did *»» mako nidi a Mid* dint relrate for an hvo mo?" contin ual Pat. "lh*lud,M nn*wi-red M»ko, molly, "I apied th«» fm of a big ahark about tvri nty fvet ahead. an' | thought whilu htf wai plflyln' wid you ft ftatTgiro m» time to racho the inorot"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE Any Hour, Day or Night, W. E. Peverill, Private Address: CourSA Agent for Famous Ford Cars, Peerless utul Precision Motor Cvcles. Neptune OiU. ' MOTOR AND Cycu: Ukpaiks A Specialty. Oums, Separators ami 8e\viui» Machines repaired. Accessories stocked. Tvres, Oils, etc. S. F. Hyde ? For Up-to-date . C.OAC1-IPA1 NT1NG, SIGN WRITING, HOUSE DECORATING, A.N J I PAPER HANGING. Main Street, Cohmva. KSTiMATliS CIVICN, Large Stocks of Wallpapers on Hand. (pSf S. 1*, JIYDK wishes to inform the ipuMic of the district that he luis taken over the Coaelipaintiug Department of Hall's Cohmia Coach building Business, and that all orders en trusted to luni will receive prompt and careful attention. i Cooke Brothers, MACORNA. Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, " Beenie " horse and cattle rugs. Send for cata logues. Blackstoue New Way Oil Engines. ALSTONS' WINDMILLS. Apply, Cooke Bros., Marcorua, for prices and catalogues. PIGS.-Get the full value of your pigs by selling ...

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ARE RED-HEADED SWEETHEARTS JEALOUS? [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

ARE RED-HEADED SWEET HEARTS JEALOUS? I There aro varying d greos of color Hi I thu hair that is ind.scriminatoly labelled I "rod," and in this connection tho qua lities wlt:oh aro supped to run with . red hair depend to n great extent on i tho particular tone or shade. Bronzo and light chestnut hair, for instance, . aro uKimi miscalled ''red," whilst, on tho other hand, tho misleading name "auburn" is applied to tlie most flaring locks imaginable, Mimbiuur Girouard, the French scien tist, assorts that all red-haired women aro jealous, for tho reason'that they have blood that is warmer und ilows more swiftly in their veins than is tho . oase with tho blondo or tho brunette. They aro impulsive and hot-t©mperod also, but very affectionate. They malco good friends and bad enemies. Itod hairod girls, afl a rule, are popular with men, for red hair is usually uccbmpnn ied by a smooth, whito skin and a per fect complexion. All theso qualities combined aorvo to mako a woman very attractive, ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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USEFUL RECIPES. DAINTY CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

USEFUL RECIPES. DAINTY CAKES. { four Hour (soli-raising), 2 ojs. but tor, l uy. cnhtor sugar, 2 o/» cornflour, tho-. whites of 3 eggs, toll drops ot vainlla or almond eKs-nco . Mix nil tho dry ingredients together, Boat the butter to a cream, and tho white of tho eggs to a stiir froth, add tho flavoring and stir in tlio Hour, eto. Pour into fancy tins and hake for ton minutes in a quick oven. Thin quan tity mulcts twenty btllei cakes. A NEW APPLE PUDDING. . Ono toacupfui each of Hour, bread orumhs, apples ami prunes, chopped fine, half a toacupfui of sugar, ono teacupful of milk. Mix all together, put into a. well-buttered basin, ami steam for two hours. Turn out and servo with oustard. This pudding is a nice chungo from mndo with all apple IUm;UIT URACKEHS.' .Take »>no iri! <;o oupful bread*' dough; j .roH-y^L ; on it a l>1u£u?'of''but". wfsr pu>h.r,y. fcpri3iklo tion* ov'>r i't»:foid it up;.pound )t will) something heavy for a long limy; roll out very thin, ...

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TIT-BITS FROM BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

TIT-BITS FROM BOOKS. "iCvurjr man who is ft genius knows it. But aoino know it who are not "It is easy to hat 9. man for hi». fault* than to love h;:u for his virtues. But it is easier to Into him for his virtues ami love him for his fauKs." "TJie spioo of lovo i> the gentle row I It is only th»* bread-pudding woman, Haveners and unappe;.sing, who says, 'Ws, dear/ to o\erything. ' "Tuero are some questions that a wo man who cunKidetg lu r own happiness wiii leave unasked, however great her curiosity." "I-Iavo you over u^ioed that the things you are most severe on at one period of your existence .you come u> do at unotherp Iti'a fa^al to Bay .you Won't do anych^lBT if- it's onJ^T-JiUit . you will jiiovyr marry a man "with'"'a' oeard, or n squint, you're bound even tually to do it. Wh-le if you sit in righteous judgment o>i the man who spends his substance on the Turf, or tin: U<uimm who runs away iviih her i. ,'igh .four's husband, you'll do both «'is sur. an you'...

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AN OBSCURE MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

AN OBSCURE MILLIONAIRE. Tho English public knows much less about its wealthy man than rtlio Ameri can public does about its millionaires. Sumo time ago a Air. Birch Crisp ar ranged tho J;t5,000,000 Joan for China, and tho London Press hud to hunt up aoino IneU about this unknown finan cier. Mow tuorc is tho caso of Mr. Mai.aliy-i-)--ley, who Gy purchasing a targe poition ol 1.110 Duko of liedlord's London property tor throo millions brought oil tho largest privuto land deal in iho history ol London. In Am or.ca Mr. Mahaoy-Deoloy would liavo boon brought, prominently before tho publics notice beloro ho bought tho Jicdt'ord property, for ho had boon con cerned m such trilling deals as tho purchase ol vno Piuuuiilly Hotel lor £o00,Ul)0, and another London property lor VJC400,000. But in spito of -tho magnitude of tho dealings ho has car ried.through, Mr. Muilaby-Deolcy is not uyp^!h'.iij*ub .^r o.ou\a woll-kpown U»o 7n busi.ioss oirck'a, and hdis said; J/cTbo ono of tho hardest men in ...

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ALWAYS PICKING SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

ALWAYS PIC'<h\'G SOMETHING. To Itishop of Worcester told a :ap t;\| story tho other day in connec ion with tho efforts of tho church in Jut pr>rt of ihe country to jilleviato sho lot of tho hopp rs who 11. ck into Worcestershire in S ptembor by the housand, ( no of tho workers who had"Ngon<> we to tho hop fields to assist mot a p*<I;ittHl individual in a country ane who. in ro^pnnso to a mid ho was n prYk»*r. This did not ?om*ey much to tho enquirer. and ha mrsned tho subject. Tho hop-picker oadily responded Ho said - "In tho summer 1 picks pens and Tuit: then, when autumn comes round, f picks hops; and in 4|io winter, when ;he weather is dull, i pirk« pockets, fhert when I'm canuht t piek naktini. 'ni k. pt nico and w.nu? dur n«? tho old months, and th« n. when tho nico lays corno round again T start poa ticking, and so on again."

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THE DOT AND DASH GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

THE DOT AND DASH GIRL. ' At n timo when tlio cry of womort in* rwl.ng tho sjphero of men's legitimate ompl».yn.ent is loud in tho land, it if ,iiu'i\N*tiu-» to recall (says tho Sydnoy "Daily I\l< graph") how much enoour jgomont ;hey got in that campaign Ironi mon thomsolves. They havo ro cently carried another eitndol in tho* tilectrio Telegraph Department in Syd ney. A visitor to that wonderful ecn tro of nc tivity, tho opornting'-room4 will find girls transcribing upon typowritors message:* from tho dot and dash taped, that are known in technical terms tho tap-.' from tho Goll transmitter. "Aiul," pio|>hes!os a head of a do pnrtmout, "it is only a mattor of timo u t I tli ? girls will no on tho Qcll ma chines themselves. Of courso it is a nutter of individual intolligenco and smnrtne&s. but thoro is really no reason why they should not do tho wholo of tho work iiv.uead of only reading." To tho uninitiated tho Morse oodo ,.r soiits minwthing infinitely moro pu...

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ANIMAL TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 June 1914

ANIMAL TRAINING. M«.at pooplo hftvo heard of the cel« brat«l ciilculntinc horncs of Klberfeld, who <*n(i do anything up to calculating Mjiinrt' (not*, in addition to pro* fiocrit at AjM-lhtJii. It. would now ap pear, according to the l*aris pre**, that although tlu>*e feata aro actually per* formal, they aro duo to a very e)«vcr device, An animal trainer ha* in formed tho 'Matin* that ho haa utihacd a ^v/tli'7ii of wircltt* telegraph.? for tiuuiintf animal* to do all tort* of trirkn. Tho recoirer i» placed in tho liorf>*)'» bridle, whllo thn tr&mor or an UMifctnut manipulate* tho transmitter, and by u code of Hignuhi, which are not difficult to teach, . tho uniumU run l>« niado to tfivo any d'*ir<x! "answer." It ii f>ug#ented that thi* h\nUu\ U u*<i<l in the rnM« of tho ccU-braU-d Klberf»''ld horne*.- Prior to tho utilisation of wire le*#» telegraphy, tho Uhuut mentioned employed n method of Mgnels by mean* of at tooth-...

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