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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Tho laughter of children about thu farm is needed to make it ideal. A Freuch authority eui&eete that 2001b of froah gorso is equal to about 1001b of hay. Tho quantity fed var ies very much; from 20 to 401b would bo regarded ns average limits for adult cattle or horses. Ilyo is not considered quito as val uable as feed for dairy cows as corn or barley. Tho ouomicnl analysis would indicate that it is noarly equal to them, but actual experiences do not give it as good a standing for milk production. Haying obtained a pure culture star ter, it may bo locultivated from day to day in pasteurised separated milk. It is, however, advisable to renew tiio starter occasionally, as it get# weak after a tinni through being torcod, as it were. When tho .starter gets weak, it is liable to become contaminated, and will then spoil tho cream iustwul »ti iipening it properly. Cream does uot well on inii * which has been pasteurised or cooled down to a low temperature, Tho be...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Cohuna Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

Cohuna Police Court Before Mr Bartold, P.M., and Messrs J. M'K. King, A. E. Les ter, C. I,. King, and Guy Carwar dine, J's.P. TRUANCY. Constable Samblebe v J. Mannix for failing to send his child to school the required number of times. Fined 2s. Au.KOEn IMPOSITION. H. J. Gibbons, of Cohuna, was charged on the information of Con stable C. H. Samblebe with having on or about the 13th October, en deavored to impose upon one J. H. Uenhop, auctioneer, of Bendigo, by fraudulent representation in writing, to wit, a sale note, with a view to obtain an advantage,' and is' therefore deemed to be a rogue and a vagabond within the meaning of part 3 of the Police Offences Act, 1912. Constable Samblebe said that he had been requested to ask for an adjournment to enable the. defend ant to provide proper legal rep resentation. I *n n' lObi The Bench offered no objection, and the case .was adjourned for 14 days,, the costs (.£2 13s) to be paid by defendant. The court then adjourned.

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrtnln#,") A disquisition on colors, such as you ' will do well to keep for standard rotor unco. Some people Imvo tho artistio 1 eye, they. can toll color ftt a glance. What I wisR lo emphasis© in tho com bination of colors, also their associa tion. To simplify things 1 should start with tho primaries. 'Huso aro rod, yel low and blue. Tho secondary colors aro orango (rod combined with yellow), green (yellow combined with blue), vio let (bluo combinod with red). Then there aro tho grey color.-*-yellow grey (orange combined with j$reen), red grey (orango combined with violot), bluo grey (violet combined with green). Lneh color 1ms its complementary color, and when these two are placed side by 8«<lo, each appears at its greatest brilliancy. Tho simplest divisions of tho spectrum show the following three pairs of com plementary colors-ml and green, yel low and violet, liluo and orange. A broader division gives tho following pairs-red and bluish green,...

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ABRAHAM LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Born in tho micbfo of poverty, euclt as fyvv of us liavo any idea oi, Abra ham Lincoln faecd Jito with an indo mitable courage and fearless integrity ttiat won luui a place in tlio heart of bis country second tu none. "Tho (Jreat Heart of the White liout-u' 'in bus boon crowned, and tho titlo tit-8 bun well With his inexhaustablo fund ot humor his limitless depths oi sympathy and tenderness, ho stands prooiuuieut in tho eyes oi his country to-dtiy. even as when, at tho nation'^ head, ho ruled so widely and so wull. He had little or no schooling, but | Willi sturdy pluck and determination, 1 iio Jaid iho foundation lor hi* later lifo studyiug by the light oi the tiro after the work of the day was done, figuring ; uud writing un an old wooden shovel then whittling its surlace clean, when there was no mure ruuin, and starting over ognin. Hi* teachers woro tht» .Bible, Aesop's Fables, Kubinson Cru soe, I'ilgrim'a Progress, a United State* History, and tho Lifo of Washin...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A littfo ammonia added to the soap fluda usod for cleaning paint ia vorjr »f fcctivo, Wnrm soapsuds should bo used for cleaning furniture boforo furuituro ?.ream is applied. Cork» boiled for five muiutea boforo us© in tho case of bottlod fruits, etc., can bo easily pressed in, and then make perfectly airtight stoppers. To remove tar mnrks, rub a little butter 011 tho spot and allott it t-c stand until tile tar is softened, when it will wash out with worm water am' soap. To dean a dark costume, sponge with cold ten, to which a small lump of ammonia hits been added. This also answers admirably for nton's nud boys' suits. To rcmovo spots from silk, mix to Kethcr <mo ounce of csaenco of lemon and half an ounco of turpentine. Hub with a linen rag over tho spots. To remove black grenso from a white swoater, rub lard into tho groaso spot, let stand overnight, and thon wash in hot, soapy water and tho sweater will bo whito again. Gems.-Two Cupfuls of Sour milk, o...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (Bj "Rusticua.") Ono of tho mast welcome of tho in timations mado by tho Stato Premier at Essendon tho other nigltt was that somo proper investigation is to bo mado as to tho manner in which the operations of tho Cloeor Sottlemeut system are beiug conducted. Every body interested m tho working of tho land must realise tho need lor this. There aro many serious phases which must bo grappled with, and that with out dolay. There is tho failure of a largo number of cottiers on many of those irrigated settlements to keep up their payments to tho Stato-tho payments of the usual purchuso instalments, and interest upon outstanding nLstulments, interest upoa arrears, and interest upon loans advanced on farms by the . bgard. It has boon shown that tho total arrears duo by settlers to tho Stato on account of the ptirelmso ot their land exceeds £150,000. This money covers only payments over due, and interest, but doea not. of course, include tho payments 0/ pur ohaso money inst...

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The Man Who is Left [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

The Man Who is Left Xji ths brecdi-g from poorer stock in a land frurn uliiHi thu best have iKvit h*ut forth wo find an efficient mil v: 01 the [igvurty and weakness in tiju I/uiuun slums, and in the hope lessness of the poor throughout: E»8 Innd. Men who would have risen and banished their own poverty have been in a lsrvo decree deatrojid; whertaa tho weakling USJS boen rejected from her unniea. Their defect* spoil them ai uikliera, and they are kept u par ents. Too man who is left deter mine the future of erery nation. The number or the hopetata and inefficient, of oar race i» 4'*ProPOTt*®*t,l'7 'ir?® in ownpariton witu those who are mm neteafc- to take care of themaelTee. Darid StafTJctdaa, in u* "KOgeniai Ramw.'l Ocam» » tha power of exprMiing . what wsfybody &m thojwbtia tjrai ! i)M» km wnt tfcosjjrt of.-Olfrnr Oaten. . .

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PROPER BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

PROPER BREEDING. Moii broathe bottor as a ru!o. than kvomon; for th<; clothing of tvornoj ,'and especially tho ciS"t which m«s: of thorn wear) is again*; nil fro* «»* pansion of iho inn#*. Kv«<rv lady's porsot. I arn awaro. is quifc<» |nnso or a least that in a fiction to wliirh '.fl off our hat* am) row «». b^hov-* i? ; hilt if a properly cxpandi'^ ch«»«u i> tn £tv«» uh an incroiisrt of ^ay foir iiwln-i at cach inflation (as Jungs will »!.«>. I fail to sro how any roifn-t i< t»» .How of that, and* sti'l "rnntiM th.» fijCliro." Kor m.v part 1 often wordor thn "n«4w curve" U nn improvement on tin* old orio, and whether h«fli ar guanmtwd better than tho one Nutnro made. flut thi« in hy tho w;iy: my onty' point, as a va'ivo trainer. i* to intuit upon tho iw.<*hitv of adequate expansion. When this <h acquire, eoldi ccMo tr t'ouMe. - FI. ISrnr#t ilunf, i» ih» "Music Student." The real object of lecturing » to ArouM c...

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Farm Notes [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

Farm Notes Many fanners in America urn usu.g pulverised limestone to apply to their lam! to correct its acidity, but «.ew havo put it to use in tbo stuble. It bus been with a more powerful ehemical reactiou was ueuded to abolishh stftblo odours ' and flies. Accordingly farmers fravo as surned that the expens e for "Such effort was boyond their menns. It has boon left to the leading horse commission firm of Xew York to brio# to public attention tbo beueticinl elfocts of choap ground limestouo in the stable. William Hradlev has been using limestone dust in his stables where Hiree hundred to five hundred work horsee are kept, and when he obtained a controlling interest iu the Fiss, Dnerr ami Carroll Horse Co., he introduced tlu» limestouo into I the sale stables as well. This in thel very finest grade of pulverised lime-l stone. It is scattered daily throughout1 the stables to dry up the floors, and consequently reduce the odour. Jt is also thought to reduce the number of I dies. Mauy ...

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Dairy Records [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

Dairy Records J. A. lluddick, Dairy and Coid, Storage Commissioner, Ottawa, Can ada, writcn: "Unless tlio figures aro actually b~ foro ono, fcho variations in production found in tho nnmo herd seem almost incrodihlo. Kor instance, in thro Ontario herds, Uiu diffcrcnco in yiold between tho Lost and tho poorest cow runs aotually at 8100, 9100'and 10,000 lbs of;milk;'tho extremes in individual cows aro 301)0 and. 17,1315 lbs. This proves that neither an occasional weighing or testing of a .sample, nor a hasty reckoning of a herd's average yield can possibly give nny measure "t justice oitner to tho abundant or to tho economical producer, *o tliil tho knowledge requisite to building up a ^oi-d herd has .still to bo sought. '1 hat knowledge can bo lound i:» dairy re cords."- (Circular I), and C. S. N'o. An increase of GOO lbs 'of mnk p'-r annum or S2*1l>s a day ovor a milking period, of. 300 days irom v.acn t-n»* this-Sta to, wtni;. I.,vis ?1 ^v 'i "Ai^tf\V>^^m'frnWioir~irou'i>1...

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Improvement of Poor Hill Pasture. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

Improvement of Hill Pasture. <n*n MO fow aricultural problems oi more importance at the present time 4i*a m improvement of the poor hilfpasture, which forma such » W« proportion of tha total area ot the oountnr («»y» thoMwktano Ex press). How can thia bo doneP The question i» complicate by too facta that (1) the cost of improvement is often relatively groat, owing to the inaccesability of the grazing; (3) "» many esse*. climatic oonditaons res trict not only the growth of herbage, but alio the grazing season; (3) thero are many dirtmct typea of ber bag<> dependent, doubtless, on soil, climate, ana general conditions. - It follows, from those consideration# til at tho question iB & difficult one from an economic standpoint; at tho same time-according to the vlow expres sed in a recent Board of Agricultural leaflet No 275-there are hurgo areas of fairly accessible poor liill postures which are not as productive ns they might be, or as they lined to bo ...

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LAKESIDE VILLA DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

LAKESIDE VILLA DRAMA. Ill defciMyj gf his act in shouting and killing a neighbor within a German vil la, a middle-aged man recently told a .story as strange as anvth ng appearing in a criminal fiction. The dead man was Leu Sohweyor, a well known Stuggart merchant, Selnve yer was shot at Jiis rcsidcnco by a man of independent means named Mackloy, jvJio mvns a villa on th«» Neberlmger See, a branch ot Lake Constance. Maekley .stairs that he was on term# of intimate friendship with Sohwoyer, and was particularly attached to one of the ( hitter's daughter.*, whom he, a bach elor ot" 50, had promised to make his solo heir. Schweyer, who was alone in his villa, his family being in St«K ; gart, invited htm to drink with him a bottle or two of wtne, which he noticed was of uriusual i>otcncy. When a considerable quantity of this heady li on or had beui consumed, tho host in duced his guest, "by way of a joke," to write to dictation and sign a will taring all his property to the girl alrea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

Henry Fehring. FRUITERER and GARDEN PRODUCE MERCHANT. Main Street Cohuna He^s to announce that ho hn« opened business in premise* lately occupied by Mr Crellin, ns a KRUlTF.RKR and GARDF.N I'ROmiCK Ml-RCHANT, am! hopes by strict attention to business to merit public patronage. All the season's FRUITS and VKGK TAIilvKS kept in Stock, and delivered to ordcr« I G. BAIN, PLUMBER AND TINSMITH. Licensed by the.'State Rivers and Water Supply Commission 'to Lay 011 Water. All Sizes of Tanks, Baths, ami Sinks Made to Order. Estimates Given. A Trial Solicited. Cooke Brothers, M ACORNA. Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, "Bcenie" horse and cattle ruqv.. Send for cata logues. Blackstone New Way Oil Engines. ALSTONS' WINDMILLS. Apply, Cooke Bros., Marcorna, for [>riccs and catalogues. Pios.-Oct the full value of your pigs by selling in tho open market where you meet competition. Pigs received at Marcorna for Ballarat market, on the following dates : January 19th., February 2nd. an...

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The Biggest Job on Earth. RUNNING THE U.S.A. AS A BUSINESS PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

The Biggest Job Earth. RUNNING THE U.S.A. AS IJUSINESS PROPOSITION. Under tho ubovo attractive title, "W. Bayard Halo gives in a recont num ber of tho "World's Work" as lino a bird's-eyo view of tho oompass of American enterprise, and the HCope of its Government, a* any plain man in tho street could ask for. Listen to his summary. of tho growth of tho United States: "In'1856, when Wuodrow Wilson iv.is bom, tho United Stato* woro thirty-four; to-day thoy are forty eight, Then wo possej-sed. no outly ing territory. To-day, we have Alaska, Porto liieo, tho Panama G\inal Zone, the Philippines, Guam, Hawaii and tho Tutuda Island-moro than 8000 island*. Our population then was lift millions; now it is 110 millions. "In 1806 tho country possess©.! 22^00 miles of railroad*; f to-day. ^;ir)0^Thrn; not-a rtcU,j?n»jf>fr . iivj f.tr w'trd'ot^cliciccd/ TjVirt tirkled. That year tho people of tho United States spent seven million dollurs for postage sif.'ups; this year wo Khali spend 250 milli...

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THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. CONFERENCE OF DISTRICT FACTORY MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. CONFRRENCK OF DISTRICT FACTORY MANAGERS. A conference of district hiuter factory mnnngers was held at the Kerang Butter Factory on Wednesday afternoon, for the purpose of considering the present un satisfactory condition of the dairv in dustry, and proposals for its betterment. The Conference was convened by the Shire Secretory (Mr Rattray) at the sni pes lion of the Shire Dairy Supervisor (Mr IT. B. Hooper), and was limited to rep resentatives of factories within the muni cipality. The chair was taken by Mr H. Gray of the Kerang Butter Factory, others attending- being C. OLsen (-Kind's Butter Factory. Cohuna), Geo. Hare (Co-operative Factory, Cohuna)k T. S. Kelly (Koondrook). The Tragowel, Gnribowcr, and Macorna factories were unrepresented. Having: explained the object of the ^conference, the chairman called upon 'the Dairy Supervisor who gave a dtr f.Ilvd account of his investigations into the condition of the local dairy industry. which lie pronounced to b...

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ANOTHER CAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

ANOl'UEU CAT STOltY. To tho anecdotes on cat sagacity ap pearing tar tho past few weeks in "T.P.V' I .should liko (write* n cor respondent) to add my testimony in tho following plain ami purfectly true incident, which camu unuer my notice when a boy. A largo rat ha<l taken up his quarters iu a dark corner under our kitchen stairs. Ho aoon in-wiine .so hold aa to couio into tho kitchen frequently, even though our cat might bo there, which was either too well fed, or too cowardly, or both, to at tack it, Ouo morning it camo into tho kit chen when both my mother and the cat woro there .My mothor uttered a >liriek of terror, tho nil heat a hasty retreat without being attacked by I he eat, which rny mother straightway abused roundly, somewhat after this tasluon: "Ah' you lazy, nucleus, gord for-unthin^, cowardly thing; not a vertigo of breakfast shall vou have to day I This threat was adhered to, despito much mewing by the eat, which got nothing to eat in tho 'iiou.se that ...

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LEITCHVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

LEITCHVIIXE. During the exceptionally hot spell of weather last week Mr O. "C. Roberts re ceived a severe sunstroke. He was con fined to his room for some days, hut is about again now. though still feeling the effects of his experience. The Tennis tournament is progressing steadily. On January 3rd., F. Southern . (owes .^0) beat E. Taylor (owes 30) 9-2. S. Southern (owes 4-6) beat E. Taylor, 9-5. \V. Southern (owes 15) lit-;.', A. Cooke (owes 3-6) 9-0. On January lOtb , J. Hancock (owes 30) beat \V. South?'-;. .} (owe 15) 9-4. S. Southern boai Hw. I Biiker (owes30 S-6) 9-6, and l>cat/, Hif'i- i cock 9-6. The match between K. South-I ern and J. Hancock was a splendid <»*.*.?.-,. and was watched with great int< rr: ' by all present, as a number of peop!-.* ex pected that the winner would win the tournament. Even though beaten, J. Hancock still has a good chance, while this scribe expects F. Southern to find strong opposition when lie meets Cleave and S. Southe...

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How to kill Them [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

How to kill Them yegatohlo growers tlik* f troubled with various peats, whioh %?ro<J do enormous damage Jt mothoda are not adopted to oheSc ^lLln.croaf2* 80016 Pr*ctical advioa coQoorning tho common pesto. and a». proved mothod« of extermination, fcava boon given by the Victorias^ Qovom jua*) fintomotoK|st (Mr.. JEronch, Slug* and Snails.-Those pests hard boon numoroiif in aomo loealiti<», and Togotablo growera have boon kept oa <ltUnV?° their doproda I 0rU1?Sr? rCB"X!'<,S, «UCh IM SOOt, "me, oarbolisod sawdust, salt, oto., "J"'"1 course, of much nssistanco, but ot thomsclves aro not sufficient protco ' f*1- t"10 arscnato of load aproy growers havo a mixturo which will soon hm? .BnA^s nnd slugs out. ei»fl?n lnsoot post' is at J*o»onb, on. oarly tomato. It. '' e , ""tot* A'so attodk fiX fi6w er» of apples, pears, roses, bean*, poaj?! r-. 1Qt,,fnoV almost ovory kind of 3?*®r' th"oby. causing ooosiderablo ,®rw- .^ao 'nsocfc 18 & diffi...

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MAKING A ROSE GARDEN. ONCE THE LUXURY OF THE SPECIALIST, NOW THE JOY OF THE AMATEUR. THE BEST VARIETIES AND THEIR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

MAKEMO A BOM OABDSM. ONOE THE l/UXURY OF THE SPECIALIST, NOW THE JOT OF THE AMATEUR. T1IE BEST VARIETIES AND TIIEIR TREATMENT. Thero was * time-in tho olden days -when thero were few variotins of roses, and but tbe three families, and it was tho custom to plant tho rose* indiscriminately about tho garden, just m one's fancy dictated. But to-day with tho largo number of families and tho innurnorablo varieties wo havo reached tho place whore wrf make whole pardons of this ono flower. This is tho best way whon thoro is sufliciont room no to 'do, as thoy are best np« preciatod when one family or vnrioty comes with olb^rs. Tho principal roso families nro tho following: Tea roses, Hybrid Tea, . Bourbon China; Pofyanth*,*" 7ea-i<cont; ^ I*o!y««thiv CUmbhig ,Toa," CUt&titng'i Hybrid Tea, Hybrid Perpotual, Il.vb'rid Bugosa, Moss, Hardy Cumber, Wi«hu raiana, Hybrid Wi«huraiajyl, Hybrid Sweetbriers, and tho real wild roso. Fro«o this list of familio', ea«rh of which sr divid...

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THE PLACE FOR AN INCUBATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

THE PLACE FOB AN INCUBATOE. For tli*> uorkine of an incubat-ir n mreJn ad Ji(N'kv vbkrjj firm ami level bearing is neee^iirv. and a situation as free as possible ir -m vibration and noise. K»>r this r n«on e atono floor suggest* itself, and this would bo excellent could it hi- fenntl in an apartment which conformed in nil other directions to ilio various re quirements; but. as a rule, if ',-alv undergoes places, such as ccl M\s. which possess stone floors, and in tnr.nv of these the essential C|ii;ilit}' of abund ant ventilation is Jacking- An apart ment within doorn is preferable to nn outhouse, particularly in winter, its it is .so much less liable to extreme varia tions of temperature. I>i f:\ct. to sum up this (jiiestion, a room should Iv selcoted which will be qui»»t (that >s to sir free from bunging door* an I pounding on the floor overhead), .mil airy without being too draugh-v. and which will enable the incubator* to no placed so that the sun canno^ st'-jim full ...

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