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DARING KINEMA FEATS. THE MAN BEHIND THE CAMERA [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

UA1UNG KINKlVIA FEATS. TUU .MAN IlKlli.ND X1IE CAMERA Tho man behind tho gun is not moro brave than the man behind tho camera Armed only with ins photographic ap paratus, tho latter pouovraies jungles, pvvx^.v^ xAlAY&C4* JtffWrtiT lAA/l. bludgoons^ in Vots and revolutions,, never ho-<uat.ng ^.0 risk his lifo when theie is a chance W ob fining a start ling and unique p.eture. One of tho mes^ as'.i>niulin£ photographic feats oil mold was .hat ot Mr. J I. U. Pouting, who climbed a Japanese vol cano, Asama-Yama, to get a picture of iis crater. \Vh;!o hi.* helpers stood wai ing with a tecond camera, Mr. I'imt.ng advanced to -tho edge of tho volcano s tmmth, and was iii tho very act oi taking a picture when an erup tion occurred. But nn assistant was as quick as a volcano, and snapped Mr. i'ont.ng beforo tho latter could oven uiin round, and then tho-two ran for their lives. . Hunting b:g game with tho camera is no.vquito an vferyday business with intrepid and enterp...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WEE WEE RUP V GUNBOWER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

\vfiK; WlvR RUP V GUNBOWKR The above team met at "Wee Wee Rup on-" Saturdav. There wis a fair attendance, although it looked fail- enough compared wifli tlie crowd.that witnessed the match the previous Sat urda'y.Wee Wee Rup were without C. Wilson, ovfing to injury, so W. Horridge was'chosen' to fill the vacancy, and justified his inclusion. The homo team had slightly the better of the game, al though it was C.uuhower that scored first goal. the Wee Wee Rill> bacl:s being out of position, and the ball dribbled through as the men were sctirring back to their places. Otinbower scored another goal in similar manner in the last quarter. Meanwhile Wee Wee Rup had polled steadily, and final scores were-Wee Weo Rup, 7 goals .1 behinds, Gtinbower, 2 goals 7 behinds. . Henry llorridge was the best man on the ground, with Allen Ilawken a good second. Hird I gave his best when his side needed it, but on the whole he took mat tors pretty easily. Others on the winniiiK side to do well were Wi...

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CUPID'S POST BAG. CANADIAN'S BIG CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

CUPID'S POST BAG. CANADIAN'S Bl'O CHOICE.. No less than 24 letters havo boon srni from ail parts of England to tlio chairman of the Kasi bourne Guardians, the Kev. Canon Al'on, to whom a young man appealed for a wife. At a provious meeting of tho guardians, i\ Cummunieatk ri frein a 2t>-y ear-old man with a ten-acro Canadian chicken ranch, and ft Chinese servant, was read. Tho writer stated .ihat^ho had an incomo equivalent to £500 in Eng land, and that ho proposed to retiro and return homo to Sussex in two or tlireo year*' time. Would iho board a>s'st him by introducing him to a donusticated girl, "not of tho llirty type and between 20 to 25." Tho chair man observed that ho had beon all through tho letters,- and noticed that some of tho correspondents enclosed very charming ptiotographs, while one *Lm) sent a lock if hair to prove that it was -tho colour tho rancher wantod. (Laughter.) It was agreed by tho members that the letters should bo sent to the rancher for his consido...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Football. THE COHUNA-GUNBOWER ASSOCIATION. BORDER V COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

- Football. THE COHUNA- (UJNBOWKR :. ' V;: ASSOCIATION. : , .,R;L BORDKR V COHUXA. . The Borderers gave furtlici* evi dence of the'shrewdness of llie pre diction that they will not be far oflf when the Trophy ishanded tip, by the victory they scored over Cohtmn last Saturday. For although J(az urus and Clayton were absent, the visitors sent fairly good substitutes in Rege .Mathers and Jim IT. Keely, and the Cohuua team was admit tedly a strong:, if not the best poss ible one. Border, of course, had all its cracks out. and they made the most of their opportunities, every way. There was a fair att endance, but the barracking- was most one sided. The first quarter : was an evenly contested but un productive struggle,-' Cohuua hav ing slightly the advantage; It ended Cohuua 3-behiirds to Border 1 behind. .'.Fortune' somewhat fav ored the home-team in tlie second turn. .The play, however,- was congested and rough. Tn . this quarter Border inade 2 goals 1 be hind, Gohuna, nothing. The thi...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SOME CRICKET RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

SOME CRICKET RECORDS. Tho distinction of having made the highest, individual scoro m any first class match belongs to A.C. M'Laron, and has belonged 'o him si'nco 1805, when ho scored 421 runs for Lanca shire against Somerset at Taunton. During tho season of 1901, C. B. Fry mado na fewer than 13 liroe figuro scores-an achievement never beaten, and only onca equalled-name ly, by Tom Jlnyward in iDOO. In that same ssasan, by tho way, Hay ward amassed - »ho rocord individual aggrega'o by scoring in all 3,518 runs. It was in 1900 again, that H. Hirst performed tho unique feat ot scoring over 2,000 runs, anil taking over 2C0 wickc s. A bowling achiov menp which is Jikely to tako a bit ol beating was accomplished by A. E. TroH »n lfX)7 when p'aying in his, own benefit< match for Middlesex against Sussex. Not content with taking four wickots with consecu ive balls, ho then proceeded to perform tho hat trick in tho samo innings, Russia has a larger proportion of blind pooplo than...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

.MI-! AD. Al tlii: Mure Council on 1 uesday Cr O'Dotinell carried the following resolution:-That this Council strongly protests against the drain age of the salt areas ot" Mead into the Harr Creek to the detriment of all landholders along the stream. From the point where the drainage is turned into the I.oddon the wat ea has been polluted and rendered unfit for use. It is therefore ser iously urged that steps be im mediately taken by the Go vernment to discontinue the system and thereby prevent permanent damage to a river so important". It is 'fervently, hoped here thatf that tlie Govcrnmenl will Hot be such arrant fools' as to.stultify" all their recent heavy expenditure in local drainage works, and condemn thereby a most fertile tract.of close ly settled land to sterility, without first of all enquiring fully into the matter. Considering the immense interests involved the harsh ahd swo<:pi;(j|_nti.M ion which' C.f jw]"lias*rMslKUr.t1troVtji!h'' tli'e' "fco'tiri-! ril., ...

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ENGLISH FARM WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

ENGLISH FARM WAGES A Lincolnshire fnrmor hna furm'shod figures extracted from his wages' books, showing tho amount actually vwvned during tho pnst 12 nwn lis by InboreiK in liln employ, llo occu pies about U.O neres of land, and la typical. < f tho smaller agricnthiraltao m ilio county. In tho enso of a yardman, tho weokly wages woro 14/0 mill in addition thoro wan extra-cash tor harvest, boor money .£1, nnd 25 .s\ono of bacon at 8/ por aono, making the total JOT tho year £48 14/. This showed mi average of 18/Si, nnd with 3/ por week valuu of cottngo and gar den rent tree, Lrought tho total av erage per week *£1 1/8}. In tho en>o of a yearly laboror tho io<tivl cash payments, p;»r^ lor piecework, £45 18/4 or an average of 1V/7i per week, nnd with a/ coitago and garden rent- froo, made a 'oal earnings per tvcelc of X'l 0/71. In addition, thoro were oxtras not taken in.o consideration in bo h . tho above eases of firewood and milk at dJTWent periods. In >ho...

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WEE WEE RUP. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

WKF, WKE RUP. TtfNNIS. Wee Wee Rup play Horton at the home court 011 Saturday, when u close contest is anticipated. The following are the local selection Mrs Symoiuls, Misses North. Smith anil I. Hancock: .Messrs Weave, Webb, Symoiuls nnd F. Smith. Yc Olde KiiRlisli game of Quoits is about to be resuscitated by t he formation of a club at Wee Wee Kup. Mr K. Dunne is the leading spirit of this latest development in local sport.

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KOR[?]OP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

KORG' >1\ A very interesting football match wns played between teams repre senting Koroop and Gannawarra {state schools on Wednesday last. . .' The Koroop boy* pnt in a strong - complement of players, and proved '?victorious 1)5' 22 points. The-final . scores were:-Koroop. 5 rIS. 10 bhds; Ganuawarra, 2 RIS. 6 bhds. The winning team was best served - by II. Wood, R. Poole and J. Robinson, whilst L. Thompson, . the two Salters and M'Intosh did splen6id service for Gannawarra. Mr H. L. Menck as central um pire gave general satisfaction. The return match is looked forward to with interest, as the losers hope to win the laurels next nuitcli.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

Items of Interest. ' Canned goods of the value of 20 mil lion dollais woro exported from tho United Sta <»s during IU13, floats, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, and lisli conNtitutMl tho bulk of these shipments, and they were sent to prac tically every until ry in tho world. When belt driven separators arc used, trouble through tho belts wear ing ou.' quickly, or breaking is some times experienced. Tho Jifo of a separator bel't ...r-ropo will bo greatly prolonged il' it receives an occasional dressing of oil suitable for iho pur pose. A hob which is not treated seldom lasts very long when in daily uso. i Taints in »he dairy must bo avoid ed by observing scrupulous cloanli ncss in <tiho dairy itsolf, and all -tho u.onsiU wuicli tho milk comes in. cou !-tact - - jji I dairy produce can bo '.raced to iin I cleanliness in tho dairy itself, and alt tho utensils which «ho milk comes in contact with. .Most of itho taints in dairy produce can ho traced to unelenn I...

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HORTON. COMPLETING THE NEW HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

UORTON. . /!'. : COMPETING' friK XK\V. JfAT.I.. The new IIorton-l,eitchvillc Pub ? .lie Hall is nearing completion, and , live .Goininittcc of Management are .: liiakingrnrrnngcments to formallv . open the structure by. a public ? entertainment on the evening-> of Wednesday, Atijjust 5th, when a . large, companv'is expected to be ? ? -present."' - The promoters are proud of their "... new btuldingy which they, claim . will be, ? when completed/ the -..'largest-, and best appointed ccruntrv .hall 111 the entire district. It is ./ 80 feet by 3o feet, with 16 feet . :;r walls, and-has a distance of 33 feet . ^froni. floor to- ceiling. It very care ..s-terahns-becn-' taketr with the.(lighting : and ventilation, and the sanitary ;: arrangemcntsgencrally are believed . ^ to be of a thoroughlv superior kind. -The floor is especially solid and ?well- hud, with octogen - shaped . ends to render it suitable for both -, . : skating, and , dancing,- for which v )'v purposes the building, is ...

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

CLIPPINGS. A poultry num's, like a v woman's work, is novoi* done, Jj'iltli and vormiu is tho greatest combination aga.Obt success iu tho -poultry business. . » If soiled hands will spoil ail egg for hatching ptirposos, ao dirty nests arid dirty hanus- have no effect on tho eat ing quality? Tnoso wno havo plenty of chickens and eggs to nso cn their tables when they desfro thoso splendid goods, do not fed the heavy hand of tho higher cost of living. Ki»l tho Uoostor.-According to Bul letin 100, .s->ued by tho U.S. Depart ment of Agriculture, tho egg loss ot tho United Statis, amounting t>j 40,000,000 annua.ly, would be cut oue half if tho nuilu birds ^ wore removed after-tho hutching season was over. Fortilo eggs are subject to rapid de terioration, duo to tho development oi blood rings ana rots, which S:iko.» pir-c« oven if oggs v-ro given good enro on the farm and by the egg collectors. In fertile oggs are much nioro resjptent to dotorioration than theso that aro for* 'tile, ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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District News. GUNBOWER. THE PROPOSED IRRIGATION TRUST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

District News. (From our Correspomlents.i) GUN'iiowKU. ' I'm; PROPOSKn IRRIGATION- TRUST The syndicate of fanners which was recently formed here to ar range a private co-operative scheme for supplying irrigation water for about .^01 )0 acres of (iuubower T.slnnd properties between Gun bower and Patho, taking in Kox Island, is not making nuieli praeti progress, though the water is badly needed. About IS. fanners inte rested in the matter met at the Gtinbower Hotel on Saturday even ing to receive the report of a com mittee previously appointed to make investigations and bring up some practical plan. Mr. W. Ro land took the chair, and said that the committee was of opinion that a 10-horse power engine and 12-inch pump on the Murray would be capable of watering 670 acres of lucerne once every five weeks. The Committee also re commended pumping from Hagot's Creek, instead of the route pre viously suggested, as the former course would save three miles of channelling. lieyond this the Comm...

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

HAZY.' | ISx-lVefticknt Tnft to!d this littJo j sfcory to i.lustrnto feJio» puzzling charac ter. of a certain public ques ion. I feel about thill question very much u the man cid who cam© ticrots a croolc which, ns somcono toUt him, wa» culled tho S.iskaschiqunli Creole. He asked a resident of tho neighborhood how thoy spelled that nuino. Tho nativo said:-"Somo spoils it ono way, mid. soma spot's it nno hor, but m my judgment th.'ro ain't any correct way of apo.'llng it." "So your wife ban lost iior tcethf". j asked the sympathetic frieud. "How I in, tho world docs she nmnago to got | along without thorn?" "Qh, it'a 110 1 bother to her,", gloomily returned Mr. I Ifoupeek, "alio has a biting tongue, you I know." .

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Cohuna Police Court. (Before Mr. Bartold, P.M., and Messrs. A. E. Lester and G. Carwardine, J's.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

Cohuna Police Court. (Before Mr. Bartold, P.M.yniid Messrs. A. K.Lester and G. Car wardine, J!s.P.) ' I.ARCJSNY. Barnard Bryan Thompson, a 1o cal painter,, was charged on a war rant with the larceny as a bailee of a watch and chain, the property of Alfred Sherwin, the informant Alfred Slierwin, contractor of Cohtina, said thai he lent tlio ac cused a watch and guard to make him look respectable, on the under standing that when Thomson got work they were to be Riven back to him. Witness also lent accused two paint brushes. These accused -brought back and then took away again. Witness heard soon after that accused had left Cohuna. He searched for the brushes, but could not find them. Witness also miss ed a razor and a pair of spectacles. Valued the wetch and brushes at .£20. The brushes produced were - his property. Henry Hunt, builder of Column, said he met accused at Pyramid on the 29th, who asked witness to take 10s to Sherwin for the watcli and brushes he had taken from him. Witne...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flcirington.") No excuses can ho oifcred lor the beaten (.except, perhaps, Ob*), in the Grand National llnrdio it nee. It was a goal fair usi, and u:Hloubtediy, tho bcaj lioi'Hi> nt tlio weights gained tho day. Ail iho way »n tho last milo C.outaft could be scon working ins way gradunhy, but surely, ami just bolore rounding for homes it could b. soon tlmt nothing bun a full «t tho lust obstacle could deprive him of v.c tory. As it, happened, Onuialt was ujual to a ».ilo jump with sunwR _in n.s grasp, and onco on '.-ho right side of tlio final flight of battens ti.o (;<«! win gelding had no more troubV. .No "National" has over b.-ui won in inoro rojivinc.ng style. . . .U an end.ng--that* pLusod }v\ rpvwicr.\for :i21ontaft* had boon on.* ol tho mailt' ffttio.es for some time, cap o . y after ho had won Unit; Jumport' Fiat Kaeo uu Moonee Val.oy about .ten days previous to tho big tvont at H m.ngton. Clontafl bus been a .ruliuib'o horso to his presen owne...

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

Personal. " . I.ocnl coiiKreRatiomilists will be tflad to learn that tlie health of the Rev. I'Mi;at' Baker, who was recen tly compelled to take a complete rest of several months in eonse 11 uoiico of an atVeclion of the voice ami throat, is improving. It will he some time however, before Mr. Haker will lu; able to resume his ministerial ditties. He remains in the neighbourhood of (latton, in Queensland. Mr. Geo. 1 Tare, manager of the Coliuna Cooperative lHittcr Kactry, was called away last week by an urgent message aniiouncinir the serious illness of his father al Mol o.ua. Thotin'h S-l years of as:e, the veteran fanner, who is one of the earliest a;:t'icnbnral settlers of the Northern district, has till ?;:iito re cently been hale and hearty, anil has liern personally manai:ini: his farm. About a week or so ai;o, however, he suddenly col lapsed, and in view of his advanced years little hope is entertained of his re covery. Mr. and Mrs. Hate scar. , can boast the rather unttstmi f...

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Disinfecting a Room. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

j Disinfecting a Room. I When a uliiVI 1ms suffered from ho mumps, euro should bo takon to dis infect tho room to which lio has been confmed, for mumps is moro catching than many poisons renliw. Tho sim plest way ot doing -his is to burn sul phur in tho room. .Begin by remov ing any ourUuns or Oiiior Jurnituro winch might, bo discolored by tho fumes, «!ho any silvor, coppcr, or gil ded articles. Carofully «c») up ho windows and fireplaco, which can bo done by punting paper over them. Then plentifully aprmklo walls, coil ing and lloor with wnor, Break tip a pound qf sulphur into small Jumps, and put it in a thick iron pot, which shouid stand in a motal bath contain ing about thrco inches of water. Drop a ligli.cd candlo en<L into tho sulphur ;iutt; n'ako euro.that it is smouJdoring l'kavir^g tho room.- Tho koy I'.&v.* lltfuJd bo stopped'up, and'any oCucks in tho door covered over. i. there is a Bpnco below, stuff a roll ot pa'j.'U' along it', then Iwivo tho room el...

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How to Grow Lucerne. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

How.to Grow Lucerne... "What are its fattening qualities? Mr. Neville echoed. "Well, 1 don't, chink that it fattens lambs as quickly . as rapo dues, but it will gi'vo a grea ter proportion of lean meat. It is not as heating j;S rape. I allow the Iambi on luceriu about a fortnight or throu weeks longer to fatten than X do for the lambs led on rapo. I "X intond to' pu'f in about six hun dred acres, but the land must be first worked up. ; Luoerno does well if u ! follows a crop of peas. Any land Ilia*'. ' \vM grow- clover, cowgrnss, or peas will grow lucerno. I would not adviso any one going in for lucerno to plant too deep. Itoforo sowing it is wiso to roll the ground, so as -to provide a level surface.- Sow with a broad-casting drill. Wo uso a spoon dr.II, but rc'gu lato the quantities by filling <tho spoons witu soap. Wo have put in . lOlbs. to the aero over GO acres, and 12.bs. to tho acre over 100 ncres, but ; 1 could sec no djlfoivr.ee in tho crops. Thoro can bo no dou...

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MARLBOROUGHLEADS THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 July 1914

MARLBOROUGHL EADS THE WAY. A writer in a (Jjiristehuieh journal aiys:- Anvon . v.s.img "Marlborough cannot fad in noH'c iho magnificent held* oi interne ('.oiled all over tlio "place. la the growth °l groat ludder plant Manborough leads tho ..Doannon, Iho .*>ta«isUcs .showing-thai the area uuuor Imvrno in the province is equal lo lhe aioa grown in the roM. 01 Now Zealand. Alr._ ft, M. Nov iloe i> tin.' largt^V K,ov *'u! in iho country, >o l w\. . .mi io his lovely homo ahout a milo out from ltleniuim, and di.^eassod tho .subject, of lucerne growing with him. "It was on Uth November, 1873, that I iir.^t planted lucerne," ho said. That was ab Wamu in Canterbury, t th.i^k I paid o/ a pound lor tlio .seed, j but 1 sowi found out that 1 had found tho vury" bo-it fodder .plant known. Somo , timo al tei uMrd-i : l\ dug a., pit, ' iv.ly^ oigliV-i'Ob^uy ill , it ? witll hones ana ho on, and plant vines, and as far f.o.vn'as 1 went i found Ui° Iworn.' roots. Well, I left | Wamu ;tn:l...

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