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WHY HURRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

WHY MURKY. Iii Me.\ico time is of litilo import ante. i late SyJvunus Miller, the ciul who wuk engaged on .-.ohio railway work iIrto, wts oneo try ing \'i shin.- a native how much tho jk".v r-jul.viiy would bunelit the country. "!ii,vV Ii.j.J,; ii tako to carry your piu'iu>.'\' to market at present?" he ask ed. "YVnh a niulo it lake* throo days wan the reply. "Ili'H- you are!'' cxcluimod Miller. ? Wli. ?) j ho now railway is in opera tion you \wil b»s able to take your pro >k;e>j to market and return homo in un-> d^y!" "Vorv good, w.'Uur," was tho nJat-id reply; "Uu u'lutt ilnill i do with tho oUiur iwQ,day»>:'"

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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PATHO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

l'ATHO. The new Church of Knglaud building at Torrumbarry is Hearing completion, anil it is expected that the opening festivities will shortjy be announced. A fire broke out oti the farm of Mr K. Bail, at Wharparilla, last week, and two valuable draught stallions were burnt to death in their stalls. One of these, "Model Mills," was valued at j£7U0, and the other, "Major Watson," at jClUO. They were insured for /.i.SO and £75 re spectively. The welcome rains of Tuesday could have caused nowhere more pleasure than they did at Patho, for the continued dry weather hail been causing much anxiety to local farmers and stockowuers. Many of the I'atho weather pro phets, who had " not been wrong for JO years," etc,, had staked the last shreds of their meteorological reputation on the confident predic tion that raiu would surely come on the 20th July, and they were cer tainly not fur out. It was near enough any way to make those bf us who believe that a mystery en shrouds the weather feel disp...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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HO[?]EY AND ITS USES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

liOHEY APiD ITS USES. : Hoito.v .might" witli advantago bo nwro .g'jinonUly used? Uiau u is .is an article of diet. The greatest, part 01 the shonov produced m tUo United Matty (savs an American. authority) is secured. In' iho large baicing concerns. II ls used in varying quantities in cakes and oooiaos, nhso those made with molasses. scon, become so dry. that Utov arc . uot palataule. Hut lioncy cakes will Keep m geod .condition-al most* indefinitely: lmieod, thoy seem to improve witn age. . In many homos .honey is a luxury; Honeyis lood should not bo considered a luxury, as a pound of honey costs no moro tiimi a pound ot Candv, and is much bettor lor the children. Uroad; butter and i honov t£ a luxury. Honey as food j 91 . diet as pies and cakes, that often | uuueo up the school luncheon Can i any housewife make up a complex I mixture that is moro - delicious than 1 whJo.somo bread, good butter nnd fhoncv, to s;>y nothing of digestibility. 1.We inivo substituted nonoy )or molas...

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BENJEROOP. The Orange Plantation Company. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

UKNJKROOP. The Orange Plantation Company. livery body at Heujeroop is de lighted at the news that a com pany lias jnft been formal in Mel bourne to take over am! prepare ready-made farms in this .district. The company .has acquired 3500' acres of land -bordering the Sleer Kstate, which the Water Commis sion recently bought- for closer settlement purposes. Tliis govern-, luent land has been on the market for some weeks; but only several of its numerous blocks have so far been taken up, ami it was feared it would prove a drug in the market. The acquisition of this big area close beside it, howeV'er; is calcu lated to give a great stimulus to its disposal. The private company mentioned have 3500 acres, and are subdividing it into farms of from 20 to 25 acres each, portion of which will be planted with orange.* and the remainder sown with luc erne. They have purchased S,00t) or 9,000 orange trees, and the work of planting is to be commenced immediately. This was the met hud of settlemen...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ainbrusiiw.") "Lo.uos Prom a Hoiuhmu q.n js ososniiaJJy an b'ngiish iu>uJ., tuu whiio we can't perhaps follow up seme of t lio advico given it is well worth our while to roud tho book, for it is as refreshing and nucommon as ahousewife's confabulation with a wise mother. Philosophy is tucked into many a leaf that might soom to tho polite and distant mistress of servants uierelv* ii recital of house-keeping ex Over twenty years ago, it may be said, this anonymous writer published "From Kitchen to Garret/' a book that ran into eleveu editions, and the present is the outcomo of numberless requests for another. "I hope/' says tho writer in a prefaco, "that sonio day conditions will bo even easier than they are now, when many things arc specialised, and housekeeping is made m> mivhauical that it has ceased to be an art.'-' So much is there packed into the book in over three hundred pages that the only wise thing lor tho reviewer is to cull a few of the plums...

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TIT FOR TAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

TIT FOIt TAT. Pat. was in Jod&ingi*, nnd wn« greatly .uinovt'd by tin: JauuhuJy helping hor j;vlf to h<k provisions. Sho oogan by taking a piuco of his butter, and when J.'at cauio homo *ho said: I'm taking a littlo of% your butter, but I'm nut liko other land* ladies-1'iu tilling you." day it was :m egg, and w) on. .Kvpry d;iy thorn was soioothing taken and puL off with rbo samo remark: "I'm not liko other landladies, I'm telling you." Of cour.HJ Ujnre was never any re ductions in Pat's bill. One Saturday hit* bill cniuo to a larger amount than ujmnl. -Pftt lcokocl at it, bundled up a lew things iu a handkerchief, walked to the ilopr, and said: "Landlady, I'm Moping: I'm not liko other lodgers-I'm. toiling .you I"

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WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

WOMAN'S WORLD. Olivo Schreinor, who hus recoatly been staying in Florence, will bo ono of tho speakers at t ho first* general meeting of tho United Suffragists 111 London. This is tho first tiriio sho has xnndo a public suflrago spoocJi. A curious and pathetic record comes from I'liiladcipnia. Miss Sybilla Sehnatjs, who recently celebrated her eightieth birthday, has spout fifty-nino years in bod, having boon laid askto from ordinary activities sinco sho was a girl of twenty-one. Tho daughters of tho west have many odd ways of showing their indopen (lento, in Bloomington, ludianna, there is a woman's bootblack shop, where only women aro served, and only werren do tho polishing. Tho woman clork m America is showing her initiative* in various ways. Femalo stouogrphers in tho Federal building in Cleveland havo started a crusado against tho mico, which havo been eating up postage stamps and valuable* Government documents. Queen Mary has at iast exorcised tho right of Hying her own flog ...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By A recent count snowed that tho hor ses in work at tflomington aud (Jaul ltKold numbor in all somothiug like 650, Probably another hundred can bo found on tho privato and othor .rmuing quartors round about tho city. Wo aro thus woil olf tor horses to carry on racing about Melbouruo in tii© now season. It would at tho ond of next July bo interesting to know how many ot' theso horf.es navo ovor paid their way tor the 1*2 mouths. Only a comparatively small porccntngo can possioly do this. The majority must ta:l moro or less. lit.t even tue unlucky owners ha.:g on us long «« pussiole in ti»o m.pe 01 ineir hordes acvvKpiug form that will compeu&aio lor all pun ions di.">.tptJo»m mem». iN'ow ami agam, tno le.vmu is sullicient to compensate, hut in most eases, the owner never receive* tno return that Ins enterprise stu.um merit. h is puzahng why proveu b.i« noises aro kept going month alter mouth and sometimes &enson afior sea son, but it is so. One only ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 31 July 1914

Personal. Mr. D. M. McMiilton, till quite recently the popular licensee of the Wee Wee Rup Hotel, lias settled at Mitiamo, where he he has become the proprietor ami licensee of the local Railway Motel. His numerous acquaintance and friends at Cohuna will be pleased to learn he is going to reside so near the district. Mr. Maher, the newly-appointed Station-master at Pyramid, has taken oyer his duties there. About 50 gentlemen assembled at the Masonic Hall, Rochester, on Monday evening of last week to bid farewell to Mr. \V. J. Stirling, district grading officer, who has been transferred to Swan Hill, as grader of the Swan Hill irrigation district. During the evening Mr. Stirling was presented with a hand some marble clock, suitably in scribed: and also with an illumin ated address.: The local branch of the A.NiA; presented Mr. Stirling with a gold pendant as a mark of esteem-. Mr. Stirling was recently engaged forn niohthior so at Mead, where he prepared some 40 acres for the Departm...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XXIV. GUY SPEAKS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

j Terribly I Tempted. I A SERIAL STORY BY [ V ANNABEL GRAY. J CHAPTKlt XXIV. GUI' SI'EAKi. VWhom tho angels naino Leiio;e, Nameless here lor evermore.M After witnessing thu home-like scene of apparent happiness, Leuore felt her self possessed with tho strength of au awful resolve. A feverish deiiance was nerving her for action. Some times she paused aud shuddered* and sobs shook her frame. She had walked miles, she had oaten nothing for hoursi her last sovereign was gone, aud the memory of that garret in the roof, the endless toil, the rebuffs, the insults, the hopeless wan dering from place to place in search of employment may have crazed her poor, suffering brain. "Why did the lamps so strangely bec kon her on to tho river? . . . They .were not lamps at all, but stars-the stars of her childhood, the dear pity ing friends, tho "forget-me-nots" oi the angels," the radiant gems that had soothed her senses years a£o when she had been a little weary child-oi ten beaten, starved, and* t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

There Is but^ ONE Schnapps... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Ill Consult FRIiE Personally or by Post T have beietl :: successfully treat ing oases exaotly the same as yours v for 40 years. "Why not take Advantage of my .'experience? NEW MODEL VEGAl Where will you fiiul a So parator that sldius as olosi as the VEGAf Where will] find a Separator that i beautifully finished - easy turning? Where will! you find a Separator at such| easy prices NEW MODEL "VEGA." J2 gal. £3 IS 0 IS gal 0 0 28 gal. ...... 7 0 0 55 gal 10 10 0 80 gal 15 15 0 Write for full particulars, Dept. K. BUCKEYE HARVESTER CO. 4102 Francis st-, Melbourne. AGENTS WANTED. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. CAN CURE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI SONED SOKES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAB, WHITLOW, SPRAINS, BURNS AKD BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 atid 5/6. CUMBERLAND ROAD, PASCOE VALE (Near Ooburj). SCHUTZE a CO., Pure Woollen UNDERWEAR X^llv Manufacturers. i'L Ladles, Gentleman's and Children's Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, etc.,...

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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. KERANG PIG MARKET. Friday 31st July, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. KI'KANC, ; I'lC, MAUKKT. l'Vidny 31st July, 1<JM. AiulrcwS. Miiir inul Co.," report having held their usual fortnightly sale of pins imd poultry at their baz aar on the above date, for wliicli a [;ood supply of fill pigs came to hand. No stores forward. There was a strong demand for prime baconers, ami prices obtained were a good deal in advance of the previous market. Light weight lineouers and porkers had the support of store buyers, con sequently the prices ruled firm on late market rates. Quotations: Prime heavy weight bacouevs, to £?[ lis; others, to /.-I .is; light weight do, to /Ct l.Ss; porkers, to £3 3s. Geo. A. Hence & Co. report having held theiv usual fortnightly pis sale, at their yards, Kerang, on the above date, whL'u a yarding of plime baconers came forward. Kxtra heavy backfatters, to £5 7s; li^ULweij'Ut baconers, to £l -Is (id; a nice pen of 14 lightweight baconers, on account of A. Hudson, Barlmm, averaging £4 Os 3d...

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Rechabitism at Cohuna. THREE DAYS' CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

Rechabitism at Cohuna. TITRKE DAYS' CAMPAIGN. The past week lias been char acterised by several special demon strations and public efforts in- coil, nectiou with u three day's official visit of District. Director Nelson :Ruddock-,' P.D'.G.R;- to>the Star' of Gohunu Tent* of the Independent I Order of Rcchabites. . The Campaign"commenced* last | Saturday evening with the opening of a new Tent at Gunbower.' The [ ceremony was'.-.performed- in the I Gunbower Methodist Cluirch by i Bro. Ruddock', assisted, by Bro. II. ]).;. Hooper, chief ruler,- Hro'/Mv ,J. Garner, secretaryand other i.brethren of the Star of Cohuua Tent. The: following, were cl'ectcdv officers by the new Star of Gun bower Tent;: Chief Ruler, Hro. Teagre; Deputy Ruler/ Bro. H. Russell, Secretary,: BroXV. R. I-Iare, and P.C.R. Bro. R. Rosan. Altogether about fourteenmembers signed therequisiton, and 9 candi dates were proposed for membership iCoutfratutatory addresses;were del ivered, and- many wishes for a prosperous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

Plow with a SUNSTAR ! ! .. A Plow particularly suited to Orchard; Vineyard and ' . . Closer Ssttlcment Work. : TWO SIZES-SINGLE AND ' - ,DOUBLE FURROW. . Width of Cut can be; varied- in1 . Two-furrow size. .< , . Levers Work Close to the . Ground', enabling Ploughing to be done-near Trees, etc. PLENTY OF ADJUSTMENT ' FOR' DRAUGHT. Steel . Frame -r. Liglit and Strong ! EASILY WORKED' BY A BOY Particulars and Prices from MB. JOHN KEELY, - OR - . .. . JOHNM'KAY&Co. PYRAMID HILL. Mitiamo Railway Hotel D. M. M'.MAIION, PK0I*UI1!T01(. Excellent Accommodation. Best brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits in stock. Every Convenience for the tra velling public. CHARGKS MODKHATK. GOOD STAHMNG. Cohuna Billiard Tables. H. T; RUST, Begs to inform the public that lie has just completed a powerful installation of the Gloria Light, and takes the opportunity to re mind players that his" tables con tinue open at all times. 8Sr Agent for tile Iuternntioiml Har vester Company's Machinery, ...

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BENDICO STOCK MARKET. SHEEP. Monday, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

HKNDICO STOCK MARKET. smew. .Monday, August 3. The . Hendlgo sheep market was .Muii|tlk'd .by 2'»i- trueus by rail, and a lair proportion oi ihu yariihitr was ruaitou, making ihetotad about l2t^. There was a good attendance oi the butchers, both hJeal anil outside, and an export buyer i Wiisalso operating: The unrest. In the couuumMFjl centres, caused by the overseas disturbance had an oi led,. on the local market.- bit vers not . beingsure of an Immediate sale of skins. etc.:.1 through the disorganised stall! or the .shipping. In the private sates the -buyers were not loo . eager to purchase, mid very, few sheep were sold. At the commencement of the auction sales hhi jlhigs - lacked anhniilu)u:< and: lo? prune heavy sheep the market was lully xs below previous week s prices. hut tor middling* and' useful sheep the demand grudunlly Improved.- and closed at pnes ''{MtoiiSli liardly- as-; linn) e<pial to late rates. The yarding of tsores was an in. creased one.- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

Messrs. E. Holmes Muir and J. E. Crapp, SURCKOK DKNTISTVS, Ol Crotinvoll House, corner of Collins ^ussl^* streets, Melbourne, nnd Hawthorne's. Rttilditit*, Victoria-street, Kcranjy, beg to notify that their MR. Ttios. A. YOfNG, lXmti'st, Visits Comma ever;- Fourth Thursday, ami may be consulted at Mr-;. Wavlcns' Boardinshotise. Next Visit: THURSDAY-, Sept. 3rd. Macorna : Sept. 24th. Consultations free. Melbourne prices. Miss Gertrude Schier, D.M.S.1L, I1CRS to announce tint she is prepared to receive PUPILS FOR PIANOFORTE AT .' M'POXAID'S Curi;i:i; P.itACB, Coitl'NA, ISvery Tuesday, commencing Jnly 7th. Miss Scbier lias matriculated in Music, mid lioMs first and second class Diplomas. . l*rivate address : " Lochiel," Mead. DRESSMAKINGI Misses L.&M. May, i* WJA- Collins-street !!<§; to announce that they have estabished n Dresmaking Business AT LEITCHYILLE. 'Wk latest designs, styles and finish guaranteed. o To Builders, Contractors and Others. Heil Bros., BRICKMAK...

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COHUNA V. GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

..C01IUNA V. GUNBOWKR. . Last Saturday's match between Cohuna and Gunbowcr was too one-sided an uneventful to call for. nutch comment. The: lack of pub lic interest, even at thecotmnence ment - of the game, was shown' in the very meagre attendance of spectators, who generally regarded the result as a foregone conclusion. As a fact' Gunbowcr came down minus most of its best players,- and positively shevt by two. Naturally the effect was to rob them of all .confidence, and thus further wea ken their powers. Nevertheless s . they played a gallant game, with at times the energy of dispair. For a time they managed to fairly hold their own, but the advantage was .but slight and - temporary. With the progress of the game the de cided superiority of the home team irrcsiitably asserted itself, and the " last, bell rangwitlv the scores stand-' .ving as' follows Cohuna, 6 goals 13 behinds; Gunbower, 2 goals 5 behiuds.

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Football. THE COHUNA- GUNBOWER ASSOCIATION. WEE WEE RUP V. HORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

Football. THE COHUNA- GUNHOWKR ASSOCIATION. wiuc WI-:K RUP v. HORDKR. Tlit? above teams met at Wee Wee Rup on Saturday in the pre sence of a fairly large crowd of spectators, including some from Koomlrook. Hivd's injured finger kept lliiil out of the game, anil his absence was greatly felt. The Kline opened with a rush to the wing, and the home team for warded. -Border defended wall, M'Mnlion thus early showing fine form, whieh he kept up all through the name, Kveutually, however, II. Horridgo, from a free kick, sent the leather well up, and Allan Hawken made first score for the day by kicking a goal out of the crush. Bill Southern and O. Hore by good defence sent the ball centrewards, II. Horridgo and Reg. Hore carried it on, anil Krai. Southern put up second goal. When the first bell rang the scores wore- Wee Wee Rup, 2 goals, llor der, 8 behiuds. At the start of the second cjuur erfl.- Horridge went down* fronv a> severe blow ill the face, but after a few minutes was in the th...

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TRINITY HOUSE. BRITISH INSTITUTION THAT CARES FOR THE SEAFARING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

TRINITY HOUSE. BRITISH INSTITUTION THAT OARBS FOR THE SEAFARING MAN. Trinity Houso, which recoutl^ cele brated tho four hundredth anniver sary of the grant of its charter on May *20, 1614, by Henry VIII,, trace* haclc its history of tho days of Alfred tho Groat > since which timo it has al ways been associated with tho name of tho Trinity Houso. REVERENCED BY SKIPPERS. . Ther© is no bcaf&ring man in tho ' world who is not familiar with the nanto of Trinity Horn*?, and wlio tfocw Q9t r&fiafd this venerable institution ' with a certain degree of reverence. For not only does it provido for sup erannuated skippers and often tho vies- 1 mg stages of their voyage down the rivfcr oi Jiie, but if. has also for hun dreds of ^ yoats been responsible for the lighting and buoying of British ivatora in various portions of th* ! Globe. 1 GIVEN OK EAT POWERS. Bluff King Hal, when he granted I die charter of incorporation to what was then tho Trinity Guild of Pilots, | Seamen and...

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Horton-Leitchville Public Hall. OPENING CELEBRATION. CROWDED ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

Horton-Leitchville Public Hall. OPENING CELEBRATION. * CUOWDKO ATTKN'DAXCK. Tlic new Ilortou-I.eitchville Pub lic Hall was officially opened on Wednesday night amid every mani festation of local public rejoicing. TJie large building was crowded with residents, and visitors from all parts of a wide district, hund reds having to stand about the thronged alcoves and doors, whilst several sought a precarious lodg ment on the sills of the big win dows. The large proccnium, or platform, was,graced with a hand some drop-scone, and some bright, spacious Union Jack flags for gene ral background. On their inter twined folds were worked in large, white letters the names " Horton" and " Leitchville." It was very appropriate and effective. The chair was taken by MY. A. I). Randall, J.P., who briefly opened the proceedings by intro ducing Mr. H. Angus, M.L.A., and also Mr. W. H. Kdgar, one of the selected six Liberal Senate can didates to the meeting, \ Mr.' Edgar congratulated the people of Hort...

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