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MADE A MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

MADE A MISTAKE. A yotin^ mnn, a girU*b in a dark earner, Ktol* up bChixid feer, ami almost? bolorv nho was awaro «f his prcsenco ho liad Uisxed her. 4,How daro youl" she shrieked, do lighted. MYou fiauvj boy, you/' "Panton wt»," h« bluffed, readily lUppiug int« tho light, "I thought you. wure my *ist«r!" "Tou ailly jdi«c," alio (mapped, (tap ping into tho light ..besidu him, "I am I"

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BUSINESS OF FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

THE Eli'SKiESS OF FARMING. .'"T* which gay j mi^tr I'JX?T .:-7ij,riw "u ">r ability; (.,) «";£{ '. of'f L- Hi» op.-...a,. , . . ., " tiophiiM' u"k. -m,;; *. r i V>'**0 ?° tW"k lwe c-.n e, no' £lt" I .)p"VI^a"s -* I trherctorc .-?! th:uKs r.iau.,K 1, j hi.plmaar.. nt-re crop-rait;ng j#. tf*rw4r '. '*! niaiWRM . ^ °*,n !«r?n( w:th j pfor111? t'V' ' V*:iv::cc<i Pr^ienl^fur uor, ' - "? «. ..Hi-wive ,.ql,al chaa ! **??"» "llli *-«. *? Tnough tho /ar ' l'K.'r Uhy ' 1 hl.l ciatuvs i v. :.ri» eiuirmouslr er«; ' llinti v. v .(?'<. % ** KmmJr,-i? ... v,1(. first hut fuliv yi fan 'ih that atxjuaiu a.l progrcrvvw* nic >'hich mark lit. . ? wo list* Ui u roinpar;>i.ive j ?! \: , Vl; r c;ityear o\ce! i:uir sue- ,ii all that pertains ". ??????:£ >.. ' -f'- <.'????<.* gram, hay. '.. v< ' .'..MllKhiillhie.-N, t!(-.-!H.V, : n I <1 t to h,. satlV >. a ivul: 1-ilv :!te lu-si nv.ulK, ami we «tie (rt'iju-: .»{ them .'is pi...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMAN'S RIGHTS IN THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

WGMAK'S RIGHTS IN THE GARDEN. I do balievi*, lhat who* it comes to ganlculti,: z Avouutn' h\s ao:r.e ri$;htJ. tfvcu though thev wi.tv uot bo enumer ated in :!>.» cWstirutW 'l'o Kjr'm with, I belk»v<* that e\,*ry womr.a h.-.s .1 ri^ht to * ^anlon. It 's uatur.il to vvar.t to gardeu aiM dir* in tho dirt »i;.I things grow asl piek ilcw*»is and vpi;i't:ibU.«!. And us peeially i'or iho won. u. on the Cam:. If 1 wore a woman ou a farm. I'd ha\e a garden or have a Arc it wivj-ln't bo a Httl^ old weedy eorner next to iho hcdc»s. but a ni^e, bi;j, elean pioee of ground. tke best land on the farm. f«need kotr-smbebieken-tight «nd plow od and harrowed by the *:en folks the fir«t thin? in the -print*. And above sll, a wonixn i« entitled to .tfrod l:rst-«da*s to work the garden icith. Honest, hots', sUter, w\*t kind of tools have von got to care for vour pardeti with! Show 'cm up! 1 knew just slMut the !i?t, ju;mT. It's sir old common hoe, probably ru«ty and dill; a rake with sever...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XIX—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

Terribly Tempted. S£RUL ST0BT ANNABEL CRAY. CHAPTER XIX-(C.>»tinu#ci). "Leonard,-This i3 tho last time you will ever hour from me, unlce* it may be from my death-bed. lou loft m frith » farewioll so cru^i-it still seema him ghostly dream; but 1 am weak enough to wish yo* to know that I thought of you on this J;st sad day. Vou will fiitd all yo* ever gave ma in tho wardrobe; and 1 also wish to -say I forgivo you everything. I am sorry I reproached you; tho words (toto spoken in all the horror caused bv tho thcuglit of separation. For give them. I lovo you! \°"r imago is dearer to me than any other, and I only ask you-remember mo I It TOO could see theee tears you would know all I Buffer. Iiore i-ill not tie, or rather it is dying so very hard, I akesdy feel half deiAroyei with »t. Once more-Farewell!" '"Iionore." What a tension it had all been! While she liad been so happy, so cre dulous, abandoning herjedf to art. studying tho finest stylists, measuring her own strength with that...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

GEO. SMITH'S Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies, ' _ . _ and all Flower and SPECIAL SEEDS. Vegetable 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 I'reiglit Paid to any Railway Station. Catalogues free on application. .. Est. 1864.] GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Mercltaut, Baixarat. 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 bed and double bed, and which for quality and price defy competition. Call"early and secure a pair of these Warm Cosy Blankets. They are A1 value, ami are "simply .selling themselves." W. H. KIEL & CO., ««« Are now showing a Splendid Range of Ladies Coats, in'warm, cosy materials, Latest Styles and Fas hionable Shades. Prices, 19s 6d, 21s, 25s, 30s, etc. Millinery. New sliages and colo...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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TACT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

TACT, "Say, Jack, old - man, I must ask j ya* to lend m» fire pounds until to morrow. I 9**t» . loft *>y purse at I hom»." . _ I '? "I'm vary Mrry, old «li»|>. out I !-toiipcn?V *k« cash to sparo. Howtver, , ; S <*n tell you how yon could got it , ewtily. D I "How?" , ' "Hiiro's a psnuy for the ear; go i hom» and get your p«ree.' '

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

.iv OMEN'S INTERESTS. (13} ''AiubruvRi .'") X reifro»V-u& ui&ht's tXop is almost .i mipo»*.U.ily it tho bed has boon ;roU*-s;y or impropoily tuatlo* raid ono i sos iu the nrorning unfit lor the day's tuition, no matter what, iorm tho occu pation takea, To a tired "worker it Is mi absolute luxury to lie on a cool, comfortable bed, with jus a tho correct .mount of clotting, and caeh artilco properly nrranfivd. To o'isiM'o a good night's rest .the bd muis> ho .stripped of all covering; the *lue.s -lid blaukota boin& spr.au oue at a time ovor a couple 01 chairs and thti pi!l»w> bo.ng shaken and phu> t I ulu-ro phnty of air can pass ovor tiiom. Tho window should bo hit open, and tho bod net made lor ui i«MSb :n ho«r: hen proceed in thss r.\y j - Pu*. en tho under idicet. a id t um\ it well v.ud>'V tho head- quilo * l;pt. for it is from this oiul hat ih-' s "am on th.« 'ov.or shoot conns. vh'io llio chain oh tho clothes or or th > ' ooper totals from...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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LIFE OF VEGETABLE SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

LIFE OP VEGETABLE SBF.D8. The arerage iif* of th» comma re£« t*W« aseds, aa-given in Vilmorin's tables, i» a*. folio*1*:-Beans, S years beet, borc'olo or kale, 5; broccoli, 5 cabbage, 5; earrot, 4 to 8;-canlifloirer 5; celery, S; ehieory, S; ere«, S; -water ewss; 5; tueirabcr. lfl;. egg plant, « .iidir'r, 10; gonrcla (ftn-r), «; koh ralii, 5; leak,. |5; p; muize,. 2 -jmtft&y} '(«»ladj, 0} jiattttrtiui?; 5; bifon jrmjoram (pTVcei), i">; musk mnlou. 5 2: parsnip, I: parsloy, S; peas, 3;, pea nyt, 1; pumpkin. 4 tu (5; radish, 5;(rhu Varb; *; nl»ify, 2; scoriooera, 2; tea J»l», lj *oy Jw»»j 2

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUCERNE EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

LUCERNE EXPERIMENTS. The YTieei.ns:n Exptrimeaia Associa tion, composed ul nearly 1000 young farmeia, is, according t J latest advices, doing execlknfc -work in the way of pro moting more profitable farming. One of iW luoai- uotic-ablo UK-Ui^it if ad vancement) n n jrroup o< i:um«rs taikd tho "LiietTHa Order," o'mpo^-d oi otvr 700 ni.rabo.s. having, ior ii« obj^ t tho especial ineourag^nem and n^i tance iu a mutual way of tin* mora s.ncceeful growing or «haifa or lucerne. This body of farmer* is said to bo doing vciry practical work in tbo furtherance of it* purpose. 'Hi® membership foe is inly 1 per nnnnui. During the past- twv> years it has purci'inse-i t-S 00'} ib of carefully svlected and iU' l northern grown lucerne *:*od, all oi which has been distributed to its nu'M .) r; at the lowest possible cost. The critical point in hirerue enltnre is th-> seed, and the difT.ronce in ocst of this c^d over chcap stuff that is so rft.'ii purchased practically amounts to n...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MINCHA V. PYRAMID. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

MINCHA V. PYRAMID. An arrangement has been made between the Minclia and Pyramid clubs to play a series .of six matches this season. The club which wins the greater number of thh half-dozen matches is to be entertained at dinner by the losers. The first and second of this series of matches have already been played-the first at Minclia, when the home team won easily; the second last week at Pyramid, when Pyramid won. Hotii were inte resting and well -played Raines. Mr. T. Cooke, of Macorna, um pired the first match, and Mr. Allen Ilawken the second. Both Rave satisfaction.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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PYRAMID ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

I PYRAMID ASSOCIATION. I The matcli ut Macornu on Satur day against Pyramid, providetl one of the most remarkable Raines ever played in this association. Pyra mid, helped by a very slight breeze,' took charge of the game on the bounce and kicked, 4.4 during the first f|tiarter. They allowed Mu corna to get the ball only once'past (lie centre line, and beat them in every point of the game. The change took place as soon as the second i|iiarter started, and from then until the final bell Macorna ran over Pyramid, and the scores for the remaining three quarters 10.8-68 points to 1 ..i-9 points fairly indicate the true merit of the play. Totals- Macorna, 1(1.8- 68 points; Pyramid, .5.7- .u points: The spccial train was well patro nised. £b 14s 6d was taken at the gate. The Kerang team .journeyed to Appin, and after a tough struggle won by 111 points-Kerang, 6-5-41 points; Appin. 4.7-31 points. To-morrow Pyramid go In Appin, and Macorna has engaged a spccial train to take players and supp...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK MARKET. June 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

COMMERCIAL. KKRANG STOCK MARKET. June 15th. William Wallace and Co. report: -We held our usual sale of cattle and sheep at our yards 011 the above date, when a good yarding1 of cattle came to hand. Store cattle were iu good demand. lfats were also in keen demand. We quote:-Fat cows, £l 10 ; beefy do, £$ 10s to £5 15s; beefy heifers, £4 10s. Springer in good demand, small heifer, close up, £5 5s. Line of store steers, 2-year-old, £a ,12s 6d; bulls, low in condition, .£5; well bred yearling; poddies, to £l; smaller, 29s 6d: low-conditioned calves, £l Is. And outside since last report-32 poddies, 4 bullocks and cows, 2 cows, 5 bullocks, 10 calves, 6 dairy cows, 10 dairy cows. Andrew S. Mtiir & Co. report having held their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards on the above date, for which only small yardings cf both sheep and cattle came forward, owing.no doubt to the continued spell of dry weather. No fat sheep yarded. F.wes and lambs were in good demand, and sold at pric...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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The Cost of Irrigation. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

The Cost of Irrigation. The "ARC" newspaper has never been remarkable for its love or ad vocacy of rural interests, and just lately it has laid itself out to de nounce and discredit the irrigation policy of the state. " It declares that Victoria is at present losing .6500 a day from bably managed irrigation schemes. Incidently it quotes the following interesting figures from the "Victorian Year Book" to the extent and cost of the following estates acquired since' 1907-1908: Price , . Cost. I'er Acre. Acres. £ . £ g. <1. Murriibit No 1 ' 387' 2,3*13 6 0 0 Kvabram ... 1,151. 15.724 13 10 0 Slicpparton ... 9,088 131,379 14 9 0 Konongwot'ii}* 10,181 104,363 10 3 0 llainawin ...13,527 .124,354 9 3 0 Swan Hill ...' 5,409 63,188 11 13 0 Column ... 11,754 117,071 10 0 0 Cremona ... 1,292 20,140 15 18 0 Ecliuca ... 2,753 24,746 9 0 0 Itonslimv ... 3,640 36,603 10 0 0 Stanhope ... 3,377 33,966 10 0 0 Girgarre ... 4,828 48,557 10 0 0 Uobgill ... 2,462 29,213 11 15 0 Lauderdale ... 3...

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MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

MHAD. A Rood deal of interest continues to be taken in the impending in quiry by the Royal Cfimmission into the local working of the Closer Settlement Act. The precise date of the Commission's visit is how ever still a matter of conjecture. The Secretary of the Cohuna Pro gress Association (Mr. T. J. Cran well) recently received an interest ins; letter from Mr. V. G. Clarke, M.Iv.C., a member of the Royal Commission, stating that the Com mission had placed him in a pos ition to announce that it had inten ded to come into the northern dis trict to take evidence next week, but that later considerations had caused thein to change their minds, and to postpone their visit. "I do not know"-adds Mr. Clarke when they will come; but some of the members are anxious to get round their constituencies in view of the near approach of the dissolution of parliament, and it may be that their visit will have to be further postponed until after the general elections. I shall at any rate go up to meet ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WEE WEE RUP. EUCHRE PARTY AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

WEI: WKE RT;p. . KUCHRE PARTY AND BAM,. ; A grand euclirc party and dance in aid of the funds of the impend ing Roman Catholic Bazaar, came off at the Wee Wee Rup Hall on Wednesday evening. There was a crowded'attendance, and the affair proved to be most enjoyable and a great .success. The trouble was to comfortably accommodate such a concourse of guests. Twenty-five tables were packed with players ; Hut numbers of people had to stand, and were unable to take part for want of seating space. Mr. Harris of Cohuna, read the rules of the game, and a merry time was spent. Altogether twelve games were play ed. Mrs. H. Mathers, with ten games, won the ladies prize-a handkerchief and glove boxes, whilst Mr. Cooper carried off that of the gentlemen, and amids roars of laughter was presented by Mr. Harris with a stylish looking pink night gown. Mrs. S. Stevens and Mr. Rege Mathers won the consol ation prizes. After a hearty supper had been partaken off, the floors were cleared for dancing, wh...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

Personal. Mr. W. R. Cook, who is in charge of the Pyramid office of Messrs. Tatchell, Dunlop and Smalley, Solicitors, was recently united in marriage to Miss Myrtle Seymour, of Kaglehawk. Mr. J. Malier, Stationmnster of Longwarry, in Gippsland, has been presented liy the residents of that locality with a purse of sovereigns 011 the occasion of his transfer to the Pyramid Hill Station. Mrs. Maher was presented with a gold bracelet by the Rev, Father O'Brien, 011 behalf of the Long warry Roman Catholic Church. They, wllo the worries of winter, endure, Welcome tliee, Wooils! Peppermint Cure. 'Neath thy Kay wrapper a syrup lies stored, ' Worth all tile whisky tluit ever was ?poured. Sore throat, bronchitis and gastric catarrd Cannot prevail where thy votaries are; I'ragrantand comforting, soothing and sure ,11 ail to tliee! Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Elmore-Cohuma Railway. NAMING OF PLATFORMS. PROTEST BY A. & P. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

Elmore-Cohuna Railway. NAMING OK PLATFORMS. 1'KOTICST 11V A. .t I'. ASSOCIATION. The naming of the platforms oil (lie iiirst section of the Klmorc Cohnna Railway formed the sub ject of a discussion by the Klinore A. ami P. Association on Saturday last (says the Kimore Standard) ami an indignant protest was re corded against the action of the Railway Department in suggesting the outlandish names proposed to be given to the platforms without reference to public bodies (nullified to render advice in this connection. Mr. A. J. Koners said that a statement appeared in Tin; Stand auv> to the effect that the platform at Miuto was to be called Kpna, and that the one at Warragamba was to be named Kateena. ' It would be a pity to adopt such names, which had no reference whatever to the districts they would serve. They would become a per petual burden on the district. The first should be called Mint.', as it adjoined the parish of Miuto and that name was topical to the local ity. The second...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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GUNBOWER v. BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

GUNBOWER v. BORDER. The match between Gunbower and the Borderers, which came off at Gunbower last Saturday, was very closely contested, and proved very exciting. The borderers turned tip with a strong team. ? The ;locals stripped lighter men, and missed the services of Alton, who, unfortunately, was indis posed. The first quarter was chiefly marked by a succession of free kicks for roughness and out of bounds play, the quarter ending Border, 2.1; Gunbower, 1.2. The locals were showing the effects of rough handling, but in the second quarter played better to each other, M'Innes in particular doing good work in the ruck. The second quarter ended-liorder, 1.4; Gun bower, 3.2. With the commence ment of the third quarter Gun bower forced the play, and there was some pretty and exciting hand ball play on the Gunbower side, in which M'lnnes, the Fehrings, Toll and M'Mahon made themselves conspicuous. Mathers did some hard work for Koondrook, but gave many free kicks, which counteracted the...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Football. THE COHUNA—GUNBOWER ASSOCIATION. WEE WEE RUP V COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

Football. TIIIC COHUNA-tumuOWKR A ssoc r A T r ON. avkiv wrii; RUP v cotiuxa. Nearly everything that runs on wheels was requisitioned to take Column to Wee Wee Ktip Wist Sat urday afternoon, and in tlie lielter sttelter of the horse vehicles along the smooth, dry roads some inter esting new records of speed were incidently set up. Hut Wee Wee Rup must lose a lot af gate money through not having a tall galvanis ed iron fence around their sports grounds, though the collection tak en up on the ground last Saturday must have been considerable. Colmnn went shearing to Wee Wee Knp, half expecting to come home shorn ; others expressed the hope that they would be in order to maintain and intensify interest in the remaining games. Both should be abundantly satisfied. Cohuna certainly left its wool be- j hind, if not also its credit. l*or i there was nothing in the compos ition of the two rival teams to ac count for such a reversal of form that took place, compared .with that shown by these s...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, July 3. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

THE   Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday. July 3. 1914. LOCAL TELEPHONE SERVICE The Cohuna Progress Association, which has been battling so perse- veringly for a telephone service between Cohuna, Wee Wee Rup, Leitchville and Gunbower is to be congratulated on the near prospect of their public endeavours being fulfilled. During the past week Mr. T. J. Cranwell, secretary to the association, received the follow-   ing important and interesting letter from the Deputy-Postmaster General, via Mr. S. Sampson. M.H.R.:-Sir, with reference to your strong personal representa- tions and to the unanimous re- quest presented by you from Mr. Thos. J. Cranwell. Cohuna, on the subject of the desired telephone service between that place and Gunbower, I beg to inform you that reports received in regard to this matter indicate that the erec- tion of the line between Cohuna and Gunbower on the 14 feet poles on private property would be finan- cially justifiable, and I have ac- cor...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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