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COST OF FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

COST OF FLYING. It is estimated that tUo fuel wm\ oil costs of an aeroplauo of high power run into ftbout £1 per hour of Bight. T"0 British Army has from 120 to 160 aeroplanes, and us each raaelntio is expected to do About 250 hours' flying annually, the significance of high fuel costs will begin to bo ^ appreci ated. It will be measured by a fuel Aund oil bill of . about £30,000 a year at retail prices/ These who read the sigas expect the rate of hjoreaso of sir-craft to continue to 1000 aoro prlnes, and many dosena of airships w«thm tho next two yenr.s, meaning probably a fuel and oil bill of a quar ter of \ million 'sterling. It 'baa been .further estimated that on the Abore k supposition of development aer onautic* may be expected within two years to takb one-sixth part of the fu?}'-co0&aaiptiou of all the motor rchtftas in Britain. Of the total con sumption, - estimated at- about 100,000.000 gallons a year, it seems tfcafc 20,000.000, gallons ire used by \ih* omttibwas ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COULD DO SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

COULD DO SOMETHING. A little boy of fiv© waB invitixl to a. children's party. Tho noxt day bo . w;w giving an account of tho fun, and said that each of the JiWlo visitors had contributed cither a song, a recitation, or music, for Ibo pleasure of the rcat.' liO poor little Jack!" Raid his mother, "bow very unfortunate you cr.uld do nothingl'* "Yes, I couki, mother," replied tho young hopeful; "I stood up and *nid try prayers 1"

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVIII. DETRONED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

f Terribly ^ I Tempted. || « I i 8SBUL STORY B? | ' ^ AHMASit 6BAV. J OHAPTEK XVUI. DETHKONED. When the next morning Lenore re covered. from her swoon, mud Bitting up in her bed realised that all was over between herself and Colonel Idtemer, a ware of ftUch sickness aud of sorrow swept over Jier soul, that it teemed to carry half ber life away with.it. . Poor Lenorol she looked dazed and shaken enough in oil conscience, as the crept to tho light, feebly wonder in gwhat had really ilappeiiedj if she was so wife at all, but morely a sha dow-a wraith of his past-her idol whom aho may havp seen for tho last time. As she put hoc hand to her head, ?ho found her hair had gone, that ^ was cut quit« colse to her head, as it had been onco before, when she had been sent to prison, and she laughed a little, and sat down again to think. Was she to be always wronged? Was she always to suffer P-meet wun sruslty and ingratitude? Art had come to her under angelic guise, art that might hare sustained...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARTISTIC POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

ARTISTIC POTATOES. Tin* ;:ivl had rocn on.'y three wveUx mi tlio employ of the artist's family. I tut her timo lrul by no means been u-nsunl. Hot* m stress was giving hor instructors as to lha dinner. "Don't forget the potato©/' was the mistress's iiiml remark. "No, ma'am," was tlio reply. "Will you have Vin in their jacici'U or in tlio uood?" ;

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

lfor influenza, cough or cold, '. Woods' " is worth its weight in gold; When winter troubles come your way Imbibe it-hot - without delay. Iitto a small-sized glass or cup Of.boiling water well stir up An ample dose of fragrant, pure, Wholesome Woods* C.^eat Peppermint Cure. For Sale. Two good secondhand ABBOTT BUGGIES, nearly new, with hoods. Also first-class double Abbott. J. A. DHAKIN', liHRANG CARRIAGK l'ACTORY, KHRANG. GEO. SMITH'S Asters, Stocks, Pansies, 1 _ ami all Flower anil SPECIAL SEEDS. My hardy cold climate FRUIT TREES, Rose Plants, Shrubs, etc., grow vigorously when transplanted to milder districts. Smith's Seeds and Plants are sold on Honor. Try Them. Cash orders delivered Freight Paid'to any Railway Station. Catalogues free on application. Est. 1864.] GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, Baixakat. JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factory Has just opened up a Fine range of Woollen Blankets^ In Silver Greys and White, in sizes for single bed, three-quarter b...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. <i''io:n iK.r sip oiiil Carn:spon<li.nfc.) It would seem that tho sHiouio to connect up tho metropolitan iioitsy* «j,t5 tIKVls ,u L|,0 coun try by means 01 a "j'iv:UUeo by po;-»t" sy>U 1/. is, niter 1-kely to material ise. It did noi meet with tho whole hearted btipporc oi tlio postal ofiieiais. anil it was regarded even more coldly Jii the Kadway Department. F.ven tin? heads 01 tlio iaU-or gavo it the frigid countenance. Hut, thov seem to have cojho' t'ou/ui. The system is to come into operation on 1st July. Tlio articles it is proposed to carry under it include fruit, vegetables, ilow ers. Australian cider, bread, pastry, honey. bnttor, og^s, cream) cheese, liain, bacon, moat, rabbits and hares, poultry, lirh, gumo, butchors' small ftooiis. The .soivico is to be oarr ^S ou; by llif Kadway and Postal cic paitnients, oaeh und' rtakiuj; a dis umi portion oj the work. Tlio Hail way department will iv;uve tho "roods on p:tym.<:u oi ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO PIG MARKET. jnue, llth [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

COMMERCIAL. HKXniCfO l'IG MARKKT. jnue, llth Mason Bros. Report: ! Ail increased supply of pigs for to-day's sale, baconers predomin Inting. These are however a few pens of porkers and stores distrib uted throughout the penning, and with a full attendance of the trade bidding was brisk, priccs in some instances advancing on last week's firm values in consequence. Quo tations :- Jiackfattcrs, £-\ 16s. to Is; Baconers, £-t 2s. to £a 7s; medium do £% 13s..to £3 17s; light do. £3 5S. to £3 10s; best porkers, £<2 17s. to £3 2s; others £l 8s. to £l 12s; stores, large sorts, £l 6s. to £\ 15s; suckers and slips, £l 1 to £l 2a, KKRAXG STOCK MARKET. jluie 12tli. Andrew S. Muir & Co. report having held their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards on the above date, for which good yard ings of both sheep and cattle came fonvard. Competition for store sheep was very brisk, Crossbred weaners selling exceptionally well at prices fully equal to best late rates. The demand fo...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE USE OF BOTH HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

TK3 033 OF BOTH HANDS. Aiv,,,l~ from tho tact that there is no soiiiiti reason «hy ilio ieft. iiumi .-hould ..ot ho developed equally with til.- ri^ht hs.nd, sajs a writer m The Mechanic, aad from tho fur ther tact that many physicians who ha»e piwii -h»> matter soino study see ;;i 12u* uso of Loth hands to the same oxi<.ni very sat;sin< -tory results on the hoal'vii, school authorities m Germany have made left-hand work during part of tho timt> compulsory ou ilio .student. Mu-.h of tho mechanical work that is now done with the vij>ht hand eouid iio <Ume as \\oil wiih uio lott hand, .1 that meinbur wore suiheiently train nl, and tho division of labour thus m,id" possible woula not ouiy result in imro oiiicieiu uork, hut an uioreanod ?jaamiiy of n. H is, of course, very' evident that wfh n holU hands arc equ ally iKxtei'ous, they may bo used al termii ly, a:id th.» worker never need Mi.p x,r icsi; tor as soon as one uaud l»ot.s invd lie cau u...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PYRAMID GALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

PYRAMID IIIIX ASSOCIA TION. The Kerniig Rovers were easily defeated last Saturday by Macorna on the latter's ground, the scores being:-Macorna, 12 goals 11 behinds; Rovers, 4 goals 5 be hinds. Pearce save satisfaction as central. The match between Appin and Pyramid resulted, after a desperate struggle in Appin's favor, viz., Appin 4 goals 8 behiuds, to Py ramid's 4 goals 5 behinds. J. Godfrey gave satisfaction as cen tral- Goal-kickers for Appin, Painter (2), Livingston, M'Facl gean ; for Pyramid, Murkle (2), 1!. Gregory, C. Slockdale. Position of clubs:-Keraug Rovers, S points; Macorna, 8 ; Pyramid, 4; Appin, 4. Woods' C.reat Peppermint Cure, For Coayhs ami Colds never fails, In 6d

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEACHING OF CINEMA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

TEACHING OF CINEMA. People who have tho cause of edu cation «o earnestly at honrt as to euro nothing nt nil about my pockot (or yours), havo heai suggesting lately that the bioscope would make a popu lar substitute lor the blackboard in our elementary schools. The ordin ary school curriculum would almost certainly tiien be oxtended to include such subjects as: Tile Habits of the Tittlebat, in Peace and War. Pachyderms of the Poloponnesian Peninsula. Haif-an-Hour with a Hornet. And so on. And knowJodgo of this kind is not to bo exchanged for all the riches of Golconud, 03 youth!' loarneis may,..in after lifo, havo oc casion td lind out for themselves. It is true that .largo numbers of tho male scholars will,. ,m . a. Jew' yean]' 'tbpo; pj'ojjaj»)V_ bp. honest-Brit;sl{J,workr' Men, living sturdiiyon strike" pny ;: wiiflo tbeid Kisters will be * smashing crockery, agitating ior inbroi evenings out, and wondermg what to-goodiiess the Old Cat will expect of thorn next. Still, some of the...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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"DARK HORSES." [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

" DARK HORSKS. " Never perhaps in the history of Column Association Football, has' greater- .interest been taken in matclicsT either by" tlie public,' "or by the component clubs themselves. Each club is beating its brains to secure the greatest number of the very best players it can put it's hands upon ; and there are a lot of "dark horses" about, that will probably not reveal their where abouts till the commence of the second round, if the Association matches, which begin on the first Saturday in July. They must come forward then, or remain1 can celled. And these "dark horses" may completely alter the complex ion of things when they once get going. Kacli club is said to be stabling one or two, and oue club is said to have a much larger num ber "maturing."' Owing how ever to the strategic secrecy with which such tactical manceuvres are conducted, it is premature at this stage to make any fuller declaration on the subject.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RANDOM HEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

RANDOM HEADERS. Uf what ought u kTlo to bo made? -Of lly-yapor. "Ar'.-is-tiek!"-as Jones murmured appreciatively whin ho gazed again at tho picture lie liad just bought on tin* three-year system. "What day of thi> week do you think the iuek:e:<t io tie; married on?" asked she. "Tho eighth!"' replied the con firmed bachelor. I "Here's n conundrum for you,'' said a wan. "Wnat'.i tho difference* be tween a ntikii and his wife?" "Usu | ally it's a ddT-tvnoo of opinion!" re ; pliod his companion. Why is "naming the day" lor a wedding like a naval battle? - Be cause it is a ninrry-tiino engagement. When is love deformed?-When it is all on one side. Mr. Doolev on oport and Work. In an article which appears in the "Manchester Quaidian," Mr. 1«\ P. Dunne ("Mr. Dm>Io>"?) givvB liis viewy on tho ethic* of work and sport: No, sir, what's a rich man's rayero atiou is a po:>r in-n's wurruk. Th' poor ar-re th' only people that know now u> .ujyu ivea.tli. Mo idou iv sot ti...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEXT SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

NEXT SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Gunbower and Cohuna meet at Column on Saturday, and Wee Wee Rup and the liorderers' play ;it Wee Wee Rup. Much interest already centres in this first men tioned match. For though Wee Wee Rup beat Gunbower last week, after being itself beaten the week before by Cohuna, the disparity between the Wee Wee Rup team and that of Gunbower is not such as the broad results of the last Gunbower match would indicate. Wee Wee Rup's 5 goals and 6 pts. does not, in the opinion of the critics, display an e(|ua! kicking prior to Gunbower, which, though :t captured but two goals, ki.'kcd no fewer than 14 behiiuls. Cohuna feels the necessity of straining every nerve next Saturday in view of such! a retnarkable score. It is felt that under no other condition is there a prospect of success.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE USE OF CONDIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

T1IS USE or CONDIMENTS. "It would appear that, condimcnta a: j ( Itii.-on to accompuny thoso IuoiIb w.iich aro Km di&eaiiiilo or winch aio Poh«r than others. Mutton, fov ox a;.ip]u, m more digt'wtibJo than bootr p< rlc, or duck, ami it is to theso threo that mustard is generally addcti, Vine j;. r a>;am i:» known to soften tho »iurd li.ro ot both meat am! ve^otahlcs; ii ri. o it probably K-udriri Mien toods us t.i, lobster, M.imni. rod ual> .aid it.i'UiJt.s J*>a» IwiiKh and nioro d..;e*iibie. Vine;;.ir U» tUVnsing ami sh.ni\s probably Imh a j.imdar action. .\ . a rule, s«i\s tlio "haneet," "the u..-reus»d ;i!M(i:iiu .<! si'lulilo or oxtrao t. »» iiiaUch in a lord is in a direct r< lation to *ih ami iiour i!U£ mlm.\ not thai iho extraetivo p; .neiple:, nro in tluuisflves nourmh u.;, lint beeaiiM? they arc appelating aid pjomoio the How oi iligijitivu ji. ctf-fc, ltroa<! ami oheeMi ami boor li . i.: a nmRt enjoyahiu meal aft...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BULLA FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

A BULLA FARM. By J. S. iMoFaiUenn (Bouior l):ury Supwrviior), iu "Journal or* Agriculture." I Tho growing of luccrue is usually considered ai coBComituui with natur ally rich soil; so much so that, in tlio absence of suitable aiiuviul land, must psopio will not attempt to grow fins foddor. Tho fact, howo»vr, <b Unit lucerne \vi)j grow on uhnosw any land except such uk ia bndiy drained; ana, ouoo cAtnblUhed, it will live through rory dry periods; but if repented cut tings nro expected from it during tho warmer months, a regular supply 01! wator ifl then necessary in its cultiva tion; with this provision, it is in thu warmor.aud'drier districts that it Uour iohesmost Yi»at unnpjmv tivoly poor laud, is capable of being made to grow prolific crops oi' lucerne haw, in tho Bulla district, been demon etrated in a very thorough manner by Mr. 0. 1). Dickinson, of Mooneo l'ohds. His farm, "Sherwood," ia a 3«t)-aero block situated on the north sido of tho Oroen Vale road, about J V*...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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CLEANSING OF HULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

CLEANSING OF HULLS. A nvw meihod of elian«ing n chip's huli from growths likely to impede its progress was demonstrated m tho \Wst .India D<x:Uu, London, on the cable-laying ship Karaday. Naval attaches from several countries wore | picfetfUu to wutch mo progress of the j work. ' At> present ships' iiul!s juo I cleaned by hand labour,, The ves^H po.V/ and vahmbio tfaVft is..1RS.1V By tho noiV process a liuil can Lu» bornh i.od whilst tho ship hoa at anchor Jor vouNug or thj shipment of cargo. It is c:anncd that, a vovse! -100 to SOU feet long, with-an average draft, can bo cleaned in a working day. The apparatus consists of an electrically operated rollur brush, suspended by cab os from a specially constructed barge, and niado to press against tho side of a vessel by tho iorco of a screw propclior, Tho barge carries a very compact petrol electric generat ing sot, and the power thus produced is made to operate the winches ami the scouring l>n.»iiK8. Indicators are pr...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (.By <4 UUHUCUB.") In portion of tin* ivoeha.trr t.hiro Lho sparrow j/oi-ti in being iV,l}l in a \/itv thai Una uimoulrtodly th° merit, of novelty n\, any rate. Two moiiibors oi tho Mdioo Iannis vy-ti » no l'orth sit night armed with a nto uuet m one baud and an aoetylouo 1, ^'- tap in ti,0 other and voMey uws and on tho _..i> hedges aro alive with ...rlmiifi and sparrows. Tho two ijn.'ii w'aik oil eUner side, and as tho birds o*.<\'ipe from cover the wiclders oi" ilio racquets are said to volley right and left with deadly precision. Titos' accounted ior 330 sparrows and fioyoTal dozen Btorlinga for two jnghta pi*;'oHcu>. rccoVttly^ TW^vivc-c:>tb>cf^ brt'i»^y council pays tribute to tho extent ol 2/ti a hundml for sparrows'" head*. Starlings have not yet come under the munUipal buv.. Tho two huuiors ha\o on hand over iJOOO heads on which i;> collect, According to a K(;ch»\stor re porter,' Ihore is a charnoioriiilio- differ ence ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A BIT OF THE ALPHABLT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

A BIT OF THE ALPHABi,t Two commorcia] travellers in A rail way carriage entered into conversa tion. One of them tried very hard to jnake the other understand something, but ne was either very hard of hear ing, or wow in believing. At inat^ his friend lost his tamper and exclaimed: "Why. don't you seep plain T A B Cl" 4l1 *Th*t may be," said the other; "but, you rco, I am f> E F."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Football. GOHUNE V. BORDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

Football. GOIIUNA V. ]!ORDKR[',RS. Everybody who witnessed it is .agreed Unit last Saturday s local match, was a l.enrty und enjoyublc came. No doubt the'play was far from technically Infect, a considerable advance on 'bat of the previous week, rt was more viKorous and better sustained for on' thin,. The l-'^rvva^ timially on the pp. and the «° j-of spectators latched to sic the players bump and tumble and turn 1 somersaults like harloqums at a circus, houncin.K to tlie" y, ' Vim ilike india-rubber balls. Ihe um pire Oleeti dealt out his rf,!cr )^ latcd penalties riRht and lc i, but with Rood humored impaili.ililj .md the best of fraternal feeling prevailed, with riiwiip: cheers from both sides to finish up. _ There was a choppy wind blow - imr hut as it came from the not th it had little influence on the for tunes of the day. Cohuna started wtth a prettv piece of handwoik, from Lazarus to Carroll and from Carroll to Frasev, who seut it promptly through the sticks. J. Campbell score...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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TRICKED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 19 June 1914

TRICKED. "I say," shouted an urchin, poking Ins hoad in at the village butcher's shop, "there's a big black dog just gone down the* street, with a tongue >n its mouth." Seizing u chopper, the butcher rush ed out aftor tho ccnine thief. Ho caught a glimj.se of n dog just turnmg tho street corner, ona gavo chase; but after much dodging- and twisting, eventually lost sight of tho animal. "Havo you seen a big black dog with a tonguo in ite mouth?" ho asked of a group of loiterers, "W*th a tongue in its mouth?" said one, derisively. "Did you ovar boo cno without?" Enlightvnd, tho butcher returned to h:s shop, to find that ho had Jost, not fi ton«u.*» . ^ut ft good^AJzed joint though it is safe to say a doit vm not tho thief.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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