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GUNBOWER. SAID BY THIEVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

(HNHOWKK. KAII> HY THIHYKS. (Juito mild sensation was created here last Wednesday by the discovery that a thiol' hail been amongst us, aiul that lie hail been stealing all sorts of useful things. Messrs. \\\ II. Kiel and Co.. the local storekeepers, had placed a parcel of new blankets in the door way for a customer. These mys teriously disappeared. Then Mr. Alton, the well-known footballer, found his blankets were missing from the aboriginal camp. These blankets haw the words " New South Wales aboriginals" stamped in big red lettering across them, and so should be easily identified. But though :i thorough black tracker search was maclerthey, too, could not be traced. Next, J. Howard, another local man, re ported the equally mvstenoiis dis appearance ot a watch and chain. These facts were communicated at length to Constable Sainblebe, .'of Cohuna, who .lost ' 116 .-.time" in getting on to the scent. Two doubtful - looking swagmeno were suspected. ? They had been lurk ins: about th...

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

District News. (I«'rom our Correspondents.) VATIIO. On Saturday last the Totnara Tenuis Club met the Tallin Club's team on the ground of the latter. Very keen interest had been aroused in tiiis match, for when the l'atlio team visited Tomara some tluee or four weeks ago l'atho was beaten by two Kames. Saturday's plav turned the tables, l'atho heating; Tomara by 1'.) names. Tin; scores beiiiK-Pill ho 5-', Tomara ,Vi. Sister Orcer, Superintendent of the Hush Nnvsiutr Association, visited l'atlio school on Thursday, th, and Kave a lecture to children and I'arents on the Anatomy ami Treatment of the Skin and Hair." A number of residents al tended the meeting and appreciated the sister's remarks.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Farewell Social. SEND OFF TOMISS MORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

Farewell Social. SKXO OKI" TO MISS MORRIS. Wliilc ilie population 01 Column is fast increasing and the town it sell" expanding. the district oc casionally undergoes the regretful loss of old and wvll-known resid ents who. from various causes, liud it to their advantage to leave One district for other and otten distant plaec-. Titis phase of our social lite h.r !>eeh illustrated this week by the impending removal of Mrs. C. Monis -and family to Mel bourne, Mrs Morris is one of the oldest and best-known residents ol the Cohun.i ilistriet, ami Miss Maggie Trice has long '>ee:i ac tively .mo usefnUy identified with several of our most important soc ial institutions. In these circum stances it was felt that Cohuna ccnild not let this family go with : out so-.ue practical demonstration of public regard and appreciation. Mrs. Morris, herself, was made the recipient on Wednesday evening of a handsome Silver Egg Cruet, by tier numerous boarders, who at the same time also presented her ...

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

MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE Any Hour, Day or Night. W. E. Peverill, Private Address: Couuka IIoTKi,. Agent for Famous I'ord Cars. Peerless ami Precision Motor Cycles. Neptune Oils. MOTOR AND Cycu; REPAIRS A Specialty. Guns, Separators and Scwin.y -Machines ' repaired, Accessories stocked. Tyres, Oils, etc. S. F.Hyde ; For Up-to-date . . COACH PA I NT I NO, SIGN WRITING, HOUSli DECORATING, A \i> PAPER HANGING. Main Street, Cohuna. KSTIMATKS CIVKS. Large Stocks of Wallpapers on Hand. SSr S. F. IIYDK -vishes to inform , v Hit.ipnblic , of . the district that lie taken ovejy . th<^ Coachpaintintft . , /lijrfnrtiricnt of mil's Column Coach nKldiug Business, and tlmt all orders en trusted to liim will receive prompt ami orfWul attention. Cooke Brothers, MAC O R N A. Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, Beetiie liorse and cattle rugs. Send for cata logues. Bluckstone New Way Oil Hmgincs. ALSTONS' WINDMILLS. Apply, Cooke Iiros., Marcorna, for prices and catalogues. PIGS.-Get ...

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

Professional. Dr. Nankivell, Has removed to liis new residence in . Channel-street, Cohuna, And in future may be consulted there. Gunbow'KR visited on Sale nays. D>v» J. W. Christopher, V * y, I * J 1 m-A.C.d-V d.D:S.,. N.w. Umv., ; U.S.A. SURGEON V DENTIST. Formerly o! CMlins-street, Melb. TTjESIRES to intimate that he has ^ purchased the practice of Mr A. R. Wellman, of Kerang, and may be consulted for all classes of Dental Work, at Mr AVeUnmu's late premises, Wellington-street, (opposite Exchange Hotel) Kerang. Crown & Bridge Work a Specialty Visits Cohuna every Alternate Week. Jas Richards, LL.B Barristor and Solicitor, Victoria. Solieitor, Proctor and Attorney, New South Wales. Victoria-street, Kerang, next Com mercial, Hotel, 'Phone 61. and at Swan Hill, 'Phone 18. Visits Cohuna monthly on Sale Days and on Court-Days when re quired. ICoondrook and Barhani fortniglily, on Tuesdays - Court Days. Trust moneys to Lend. Willan, Colles, and Willan, (Fstablished 1852.) i B...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SOMETHING'S GOING TO HAPPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

SOMETHING'S GOING TO HA1> ... . . ,PEN. " _ . _ " A man in a furious pnusion rushod up to tlio udvortisemojvfc counter of a certain newspaper ollieo tho othor duy. "That's what I'm going to give him," lie began, bringing down a heavy hunting crop on tlio counter with u crash. "Where is liej"* "ihy, pardon, sir," said the e!ork. "Anything 1 can do for you?" "Yes, there is something you can do," roared the stranger. "You can introduce mo to tho idiot who uluck tiint in your paper." "TJmit" was a notice under tho head of "Alarriages." "Do you see that, sir? John Jenkins <md Saarh Smith are not married sir, and never intend -to bo. l\t's a hoax sir,-a jniserabo hoax.' "lt'-all.Vj sir," said tho dork,')!' there in a mistake, we are exceedingly sorry We do our best to avoid this sent of tlnng, but when Mr Soft brought tho notice in he said-" "So Soft brought, it did ho?" inter .rupt.-d tlio man tvitli tho hunting crop. "That's all i wanted to know -Good morning." On reaching...

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

LEMONADE SYRUP. 41b. loaf'sugar, 3 pints water, 2& OK. oitrio acid, juice of 3 lemons. Boil tho sugar ana \yator together, skim ofton; add tho citrio ncid mixed with tho lomon jntco.4* AVlion cold*. liottla fop viso. Talro two toasiioouaful to a ila*# <jf water* _ £

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

SHE KN'ICW HIM. Harry's mother handed him t-wo quurtt i"Ba "Now, sho observed, in a menacing manner, "tako theso to Smith the gro cer ,nnd toll him to give you a qmu't of the best treacle. And it y,n* hurry up, and are a good boy, your mother will love you. If not, you'll be so soro 'to-morrow you'll think you have been in a railway accident." "Cut whys"' said tho Judy visitor, when the boy had departed, "did you givQ 'Inni two jugs-ono would lnive been suilieien^ for tho treacle." "Ma-nm," said the gontio mothor, MYou don't; know my Harry. If ho lias two juj^s, ho won't bo able to dip his fingers m Hho treaclo."

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L'ENFANT TERRIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

L'ENFANT TERRIBLE. WolUbolovod Aunt: "Now, Bobbio, wlmt was it Sir Benjamin Bakor built across tlio Nile?" Bobbio: "I don't oxactly ranomboi | tlio namo, but it's tho snmo aB Pa says whon ho hears you'ro coming to stay .with us, auntie;, dear."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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GOOD REASON FOR KNOWING [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

GOOD REASON FOB KNOWING Konttting of liis memory, n, witness at Wandsworth County Court said he could remember what every painter engaged 011 a certain job last October was doing on any particular day men tioned. Counsel pointed oufc that 29 painters woro engaged, and lie asked tho wit ness what a man named Gardiner was doing on Ootobor 17. The Witness-He was mixing paint. Counsel.-Ifc is surprising you st'ouid romoinber tihut. How do you .'iiw Gardiner mixed paint? The Witness-"Buoause I am Gard iner." (Laughter).

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A New Half-Timer. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

A New Half-Timer. Tli<? future of Great Britain's posi tion amongst tho natious of the world will ru&t largely upou tho shoulders ol this incomplete product which wo arc now turning out from our elementary schools. 1 would advocate, there . i'oro, thui young persons .should no; bo allowed to work full time in bust ncss until they are 18 years of ago From l'l to 18 they should be allowed to work morning or afternoon at busi ness and give morning or afternoon to continuing and competing tlieir edu» cation. As irutf work of tho fatcory, shop, or ofiice would require to bo con tinuous, tho "half timers" would bo alternate wooks working in the morn ing or afternoon at business and alter* nate weeks morning or afternoon com* ptcting their education, Tho "half timer" coming on in tho morning could be succeeded by tho "half-timer" coming on in tho afternoon. The next week tho "half-timers" would change places, and those who commenced work m the Mottling tho previous woolr...

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

PERFECT CANDOlt. Tom Jl'Pliorson, n Scotchlunu, wlio "does carpentering lor a living, askc*i his foreman for a day ott: which was roadily granted. La tor the luttoi wns informed that ho had token t-ho holiday to get married, and upon Ins return to work, questioned him about it>.». "Ayo, sir/ I was away gottm mar fl "Thatt's lino!" repiwl t'ho foreman. "I liopo you got a richt gtnd wile, Tom." , . " ,, , "SVool, I maun say she is God s han diwork, but sho is imp His mastor pieco," answered the bridegroom, witn tiho air of one determined to do per fect justico and yot adhere to tlie truth.

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Profitable Longevity of Dairy Cows [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

Profitable Longevity of Dairy Cows Prof. C. 11. Kekles of the Missouri ExpeWment Station, sums up theii investigations along the lino of the prolitaUo longevity uf dairy cows in part as follows : ''Probably the majority of d-iir.r jattlo arc rejected from the herd on account of failure to breed, or from uddor trouble before the eifect of ad vancing years ctin be observed to u«iy marked event. It is a fact often ol> served that 21 cow may make her best record wiwn ten or eleven years old, Although a rule she does her host rather earlier. If a dairy cow contin ues to breed, she usually shows no marked dcoliiio until at least twelve years old. Occasionally n cow eositm hus to breed until she is 10 or 18 years old. "While it is not entirely safe to judge the futuro milk production of a cow from her two-year-old record, it is reasonably safe to judge the richness of Uor milk. "A dairy cow ou the average as a two-year-old may be expected to pro duce about 70 per cent. ; as a three year...

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THE GREATEST DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

THE GREATEST DISCOVERY "Yes I' said a groat dotectivc, I lmvo scon a groat many queor things in my oxperienco." "Discovered a good molly gigantic frauds, 1 suppose?" ventured au ad mircr. .... 4'Well, I should sny bo," was tlio reply. "But between you and iue, iho most eomplat© deception 1 ovei saw was a woman, young, pretjty, ana I would have sworn. an augcl. "But she wasn't rf "I should say not, Sho 1ms a tem per liUo a whirlwind, and wlion ewo gots wild, 'tlio very cnrtli seems to "Good gracious I And how did you oome to discover her true character ? "Woll, I-or, the fact is-1 iimmed hor."

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CLEVER FRAUDS POSED AS A SUFFRAGHTTE. SERIES OF BOGUS CHEQUES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

CLEVER FRAUDS POSED AS A SDFi'BAGUTTE. SEItlKS OF BOGUS OHKQUJiS. A remarkable story of frauds by a woman, who adopted several' aliases and tlw> rolo of ji suffraget.o, was told at tho London Kosbiojis, when Krone IS JWSIO Itenwick, alias Jfiva Kin{£|gr, A noil-dressed wornau, agod 2U, teacod to tour ye&rn' pynai for obtaining various sum's' of nionoy" from London firms by faigo jjroUinces. Mr Curtis bonnet (prosecuting) suit! that on Januury 17, tlio prisoner wont, t-o tho Crown publichouso, Kgdwara road, uml obtained a blank eheqnp. vSJio ullogod <l>liat sho wanted to get back to Hdinhurgh, x-nd had lost liwr ixig. Sho then wunt to Mrs. Whit ley's, nnd said that she was a sul fragcAto and liad to do a lot ot open air speaking from vans, and wanted a coat. She selected a coat valuo £11 ««d gave tlio cheque which she had obtained from Mr. l'Vyer. It had been filled up for £20, and was signed in tho naiuo of Martiudalo. In this C&bo iho'prisoner was k...

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MELBOURNE LETTER. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER. 1 Football is likely to full into disre pute if tilio hooliKnniMn tlml lins be come a 1-cnuliir adjunct to some of the woeky games is not put down. Far tisan;sm runs higher each year, nml a certain Hoction m whom it surges Btrui)gosf.,j»ro renrly'to allow it to carry thorn to any extreme. Of course, thw.» term »n insignificant percentage of tho thousands who spend Saturday afternoons watching the piny, Jlnt tho respoctablo supporters of tho game arc likely to havo much of their ent»hu s.asm dispelled by tho disgraceful syenes that havo on too many occa sion!* .this season marked the conclu sion of oJosoly contested matches. The game is at high tide of popularity, but it is always possiblo for it to lose Cttflto, As was anticipated, tho proposal to \ introduco. .boxiiig into tho curriculum of tho State' sohnota has "raided- Cain'." vSomo of the most scathing criticism tnat has probably ever boon directed «t Departmental heads, has found marks in tho Chief Secretary,...

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DEPENDS ON THE BAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 July 1914

DEPENDS ON THE BAIT. Fish stories <iro supposed to bo un iquo n« strotclicrs of uio inmgiiiation; but nono Beats /tlio story told by u recent vmitor at Washington. Ib aooiiiB Hint ouo of his acquaint* ancoB, u traveller of «ome nolo, had sold a small 1'arin to un Irishman, ana ftho la'Uter was complaining because tlioro wore no birds in his garden. "Set some traps," suggested rtho traveller, "and they will como." "Shure, nu' will they como thin?" "Yes. X was onco in Africa, and thoro wasn't u woman, I had boon told within two hundred miles. I wanted Honioouu <to cook. So 1 hunt; a pair of oarrinys and a bracelet on a tree, and tho next morning found fivo ap plicants under -tho branches."

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

RENOVATING. Old clothing' nmy bo imulo to look nearly as good ay mw by pursuit tho following plan:-.''aUo 11 r iustauco a dhiny old coat, vo t, r pajr of trousers, Tho clo'^nor mjlcjs a stiong warm soapsud, and p! ju;*03 the g«»vicont into it, SOUBCS . t i.p «*aid "«mi, r^Ls tlio dirty places, r iu»oos«».ii.v, £;vta it through a second > tds, th*m rn-tos it through auroral vat or?, ?.nd huigs »d lip to dry on the lino. tVt-cn nearly dry, it .!» rolln it up for mT h"ir cr t\v«i, « d thee pre»Bcs. An old cotton cloth :& laid on -tho ouUido of tho coat, and tho irou passed over that until tho wrinlclea aro out; bu>t tho iron )b re moved bofore tho steam coasea to riao, from tlie goody or tboy would bo shiny. Wrinkles that arQ obatinato are re-! . movud by laying a wub cloth ovor them and passing tho iron ovor that. If Any shiny places «ro seen, thoy aro treated as tho wrinkles aro; tho iron is lifted, whilo tho full cloud of steam vibes antj brines tho nap up with it. Goo...

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LIMIT OF COURTESY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

LIMIT OF C0URTES7. Japan's new Primo Minister, Coun" Okuma, has a wooden icg. It re places a hmb >vhich war blown off by tho bomb of a polition 1 assassin. In conncction with that ou'rnge, a, story is to'd which fnr to support tho c\aim that is made for Okuma, that he is tho he^t mannered man in Jap an. After tho explosion which had killed his servants and horses, besides r shattering his 1 g, he was lying in h:& ofheo in «n agony of pain, yet- he was ab!c to say smilingly to a for statesman who was taking leave of jiin ''Excuse me sir, for my impotitenesa in not seeing you to 'ho door.'*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

GEO. SMITH'S SPECIAL SEEDS. Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies, aiul all 1-lower and Vegetable Seeds. My hardy cold climate FRUIT TREKS, Rose Plants, Shrubs, etc., grow vigorously when transplanted to inilder districts. Smith's Seeds and PJants are solid on Honor. Try Them. Cash orilent ilulivcruil Freight 1'nut to any Railway St-Hiou, Catalogues frcu on application. * ? . Est. 186+.] GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant, BAr,r,A.RA:T. JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factory 0 WING lo Alterations ami Re building, I have decided to SLAUGHTER OUR KNTIRK STOCK . I Drapery, Boots, Ironmongery, Crockery, Fancy Goods, RKGARDLKSS OK.COST. . CLEARING SALE, Commencing This Day, FOR 10 DAYS ONLY. THK uiulermeiitioned are a few of the Lines we are Sacrificing : Maids' and Ladies' Tweed Coats, Children's Sweaters, in eream, navy, red and grey, Ladies' Blouses, in flannel and flannelette, Ladies' Moire While Underskirts, Ladies' Costumes, Ladies' Kelt Hats, Ulankets, in white and grev, Men...

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