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BORDER PROTEST UPHELD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

liORDKR PROTEST UPHELD. At the general meeting of deleg ates of the ColHina-Ounbower As sociation held at Wee Wee Rup Hotel 011 Tuesday night,'the recent protest of the Border Club against Column came on for consideration. There was a full attendance of del egates. Mr. T. J. Cramvell pre sided-. The protest was lodged 011 the ground (1) that Don Suther land! who played in the match between Horder and Column in July, had previously played in an other'Association during the pre sent season; 2nd, that Sutherland was not a bona fide resident of the Column district at the time the match in question was played; and 3rd, that he had 110 permit. A long debate followed. It was ad mitted by the Column' delegates that Sutherland had played nt Baniawn this season,, but it was not, they submitted, an association match, but merfly an ordinary scratch match. This fact was sub sequently conceded. The Column delegates endeavored' to prove that Sutherland was a boua fide resident of the Column distri...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOIL SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

SOIL SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS. Iii an article lit a German publica tion an expert deals interestingly with the question uf soil sickness, and des cribes experiments which he has coi ned out wim Hax, peas and barJey in order to tlirow Mirtner light on the relation ol soil sickness and these crops While his investigations were necess arily of a somewhat preliminary na ture, lie considers the following con clusions may be safely drawn Jrotn them :-'J here are two forms of sick lies* in flax, .'germinating" sickness and "growth" sickntss. The "ger minating*' sickness of ilax, in which the seeds rot away in tlto grouud, pre sents similar symptoms of "germin ating" sickness of peas. in the case of both plants the rotting away, which is probably caused by pectin termed bacteria K apart from the question 01 vitality of the seed, dependent not only on tho soil conditions, such as dantj iie-s, but also on temperature and the number of micro-organisms attack ing the seeds. With repeated sow ing, a...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Europe at War. A WEEK OF ALARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

Europe at War. A WEEK OK ALARMS. Since we went to press last week the workl has witnessed the com mencement of what looks like one of the most stupendous inter national convulsions known to his tory. Nearly all the people of Europe are at open war, and every dav brings new and starring de velopments-so rapid and tremen dous is the progress of events. Where it will all end, no one is sanguine enough to predict. In any ease the results mnst be pro found and far-reaching oil the future history of the world. It is useless to blame people for getting excited. The people who are really to be pitied arc those who can watch unmoved the spectacle of twelve millions of men making use of all the resources of science and art and national treasure for tl e express purpose of mutual slaugh ter; for such people, if any there really be, must have hearts of Stone. i For days we have all been hoping 1 against hope that the cool heads of j experienced statesmen would find some solution to the threaten...

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PYRAMID ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

PYRAMID ASSOCIATION. On Saturday last the match be ; y tweeiv Keranij and Pyramid, played at Pyramid, resulted in a Rood win for Keranfr by 22 points-6.7 to 2.9. Macorna went to Appin and won by 6 points-6.10 to 5.10. At the '"'....beginning of the third quarter Appin led by 24 points. An excit ing finish was witnessed as Ma "corim; .Scored their winning: goal just oil time. The Macorna club has passed a cheque to J. Poor, who was injured oh the field a few weeks ago. Mr. Poor has recovered sufficiently to enable liini to-return'to work,'.but :: .' will- not play football ' agfdtiV this' season. - . To-morrow's matches are:- Ma corna v. Pyramid at Macorna; Appin v. Kerang.at Appin.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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GARDENING. FLOWER MONTHLY CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

GARDENING. MONTHLY CALKXPAK FOK Aror^T. Aquilegia, antirrhinum. caliiopsis elarkia. vonvolvilus: eornllower. dian thus, dai*y, delphinium. gaillardia. ga deiia. hoilvoek. scabious. sohvauthus walltlower.' larkspur. lobelia! lupin, mimulu^, mignonette, hysolis. j»ausy. poppy, petunia, pyrettrin. phlox, peris temen, stock. sweet peas sunflower, sweet William. verbena. The above list of seeds may b0 sown thN mouth. (..'are should b<- taken to protect them from t'rost when they are just showing through the ground, as the hardiest of plants are liable to get frostbitten when just germinating. A simple method of protecting them is to arrange a hessian or canvas blind over ihe seed bed. leaving it on each night and taking it'away between day break juid sunrise each morning. Annuals that were planted iu early autumn i'or late winter and spring bloom, such as stocks, pansies, phlox, seedling carnations, etc., are mostly making the extra growth which coines before the bloom, aud a ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Federal Campaign. MR. W. H. EDGAR AT COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

Federal Campaign. MR. W. H. KDGAR: A' COHUNA. Under the auspices of the Aus tralian Women's National: Lengtie, the Federal campaign for the libe ral party was opened in this district on Tuesday morning, when Mr. V. H. Edgar, one of the six selec ted Liberal Senate candidates, drove out from Kerang and ad dressed a rather small public meet ing at Frantz's Hall. Dr. Nanki vell occupied the chair, and briefly introduced the speaker. Mr. futgar, who was cordially received, said it was very gratifying to him to see so many country people interested in the present serious political crisis, and the ap parent concern they were showing to secure a proper government of Australia. The issue rested finally with them. If they_ failed to realise the gravity/of tfie.situation. and' to" dutifully rarp^hdy th< would have to bear the conse quences. TIN-: \voKi.p-\rri>K WAR. In driving about the farming dis tricts of the North, he had been depressed by the ravages of the de vastating dro...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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LUCERNE AND ITS POSSIBILITIES [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

LUCERNE AND ITS POSSIBILITIES Tho Illinois Alfalfa Growera' Auo ciation )B but ono your of ago, yet it has bocoiao a flourishing organisa tion composod of tho boat tarwurn ot tlio staie, mon witu progressive ideas and wi>i> prautioo up-w-uato methods, tuou wuo kuow au(t appreciate tho ruluo ol nlfulia Mid aro auxioua that others may leara to grow it. Ouo ui u»o apeakors ut tlio recent moot iiil5 uf tlio association was tlio prosi u««t, Hon. A. 1\ Grout, who in discussing tho subjeot said in part: "Attor twenty years' oxporiauco ii» growing alfalia, 1 havo corn© to tb« conclusion that tho averago yioiu** per annum, under tho ordinary or usual conditions which pvovaii in Central Illinois, should not bo lus* than i\vo tons per ricro*; . 1 - h*v« tl»:it was when 1 was gutting <iSpen oneo and learning how. 1 am aoinu »t now, and whenever I fail it is uoi iho fault of tho plant, but bocauso 1 nave not donu my part or compiled with soiuo of tho conditions or require ments ...

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

TARPAULINS, ELYS, HORSE RUGS, - FLAGS, IMG NUTS, WAT 15It BAGS, '-: CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS, - Best Quality ami Workmanship at Lowest Prices. OIL COATS and KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK .MARQUEES FOR HIRE. WRITE TOR QUOTATIONS FOB AIL KINDS OF CANVAS GOODS, ."-nintry Orders 'Promptly Attended to. T. Chamberlin (Late J. HARWOOD1, . IARGREAVES ST.* (OPP- Savings BanU), BENDIGO. Furniture Sale AT MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. ? )AK SIDEBOARD, Oft .. £16 ro o NOW L\\ 10 o OAK DININGROOM SUITfr .. .. 12 10 o-NOW S 10 o CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft .. 710 0 NOW 410 o OAK BEDROOM SUITES .. .. 19 10 o NOW 15 10 o SOI.ID WALNUT OVERMANTELS all Revelled Glass, from o 19 6 V, ICKI5R SETTEES \ . . . 30/-" NOW 21/- each. tOLDING WARDROBES .. .... .. 14/6, NOW 7/11 cach. WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASI-I ORDERS DURING SALE. . CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CROCKERY GLASSWARE - \ EQUALLY REDUCED. 1 MORLEY JOHNSON'S. BENDIGO. SCHOLTEN BROS,; _ v-ions of WicG. J. Sc:rr...

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HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. The various castes of social insects ,'huvc different appearances, but it lms been supposed that they aroalike on leaving the o«i^ nnd develop their peeu liar characteristics art iliei ally through ditVerenees in feeding or tho action of parasites. Seeking t»» Irani when the dilVeviinl forms ot! termites, or white am>. b.^in, Professor Bullion, of Paris, corn-hides lhat this tlu-ory is wron^. Ainouy the several castes of this insect, tho soldiers aro windless ami have very ttronjj mandibles, and tho workers, which build an.I briii^ lood, have a distinct form, but neither reproduce. Tho casto known as reproducers, on the. other hand, with a special development, appear to perform no part except, per petuating tho speuies, Tho investiga tion inado with a number of species shows that tho neeuliaritY of'form ex ists in nowlv-hatched insects, and that, therefore, division into castes, liko that oC tho soxes, lakes ptacu before tho lava© aro born. Ono lighted ...

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THE CALL OF WIRELESS. A NEW STYLE OF ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

THE CALL OF WIRELESS. A NKW STVJJ3 OF -ADVKNTUKISS. I 1 ho call of (lie wireless has boon answered hy thousands of young Ameri* cans. They have beroimr pounders o£ tho brass in merchantman and warship, ami aru now riiling the high scan talk ing halt round the arth. Ami, as in the oM days of tho sailing ship, when audacity was a boast and skill a pride --matters to bo related and rounded out wherever men of the .seven seas met in fellowship ami quiet-u veri* table host of now stories have entered tho world with those pounders of tho brass. llio world hears a few of these stories remarkable lor tho heroism of tho opciator ami I ho appalling loss, as in tho case of Keclos of tho Ohio, or i>iuna of. the llcpublic, or Phillips of ihe remantubid. in that; tlioro wua" j 110 loss of life, remarkable in' thai mi! quick wit aud mechanical ui the operator mot an unexpected lt.sih. Two young fellows were m a rowboat lrom a land station to in stall a set of instrument:* on o"..im a whip at an...

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THIS Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Aug. 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 7 August 1914

THIS Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Aug. 7, 1914. lJAI.RA.VI.DAI.D-COIir.VA LINK. Mr. James Gemini!, of liarhani, wliilc in Sydney last week, had an interview with Mr. Griffiths (Min ister of Public \Vorks>ou the mat ter of border railways. Mr. Ger rand placed a map of Victoria before the minister and pointed out the north-west route from Mel bourne to BulranalU via Klmore, Coliuna, Koondrook and liarham. There was an estimated saving of .£20.000 by using the bridge over the Murray River. Mr. Gerrand asked that consideration be given to this route by the commission to be appointed to go into the matter of border railways. Mr. Griffith expressed himself as very favorable to the route, and said that a similar map would be prepared and a re port obtained and placed before the commission when it met. Sale of Land - An important area of land has just exchanged hands in the Cullen district through the recent purchase by Mr. Angus-Martin of the 320 acre block known as Garden's land nea...

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Commonwealth Patents. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

Commonwealth Patents. A number of important invention* are included in applications lor pa tents- reewitjy filed jn the Mflhyume Patent Othce by Mtssis G. G. i'urri and Co., patent- attorneys, of "ihe Kiaho, -liM Collins street,. J or their clients, A selection ot tnese will i^o found undermentioned: Machine to exhibit gas illuminated signals or^ advertisements. Tuis inn chine is simple, u*orKs with any, kind of gas, and nets like an electric llasiier. Mr. Jntnes Jones, of Souiu Melbourne. Sanitary t,*ip for inilk or otherwise. The construction prevents contamina tion of the tap by germs, and Keeps dir* away at all limes. F A. Jono*, N.S.W. A weeder and thinner for plants. The construction will enable a gar dener to leave any young tender plant growing sately while taking away all other vegetables around it. Mr. Alexander ltose, Oippsland. A concrete pipe curer. By ihis device it is not necessary to leave the pipes in the mould wnilc they arc still grven. hence the same moulds can U...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (Bjr ''Asnbrbsiho.") With regard to women and their looks, tho pendulum has undoubtedly swung riglit round. Whereas a gen 'oration ago thoy.wero content to lan guish, after 40 or so, in modest ob scurity > now they fight with almost .demoniacal strongth to koop in tlio forefront, and to attract men to their sides by moans of a falso juvenility. JPJoaso do not for ouo moment uuag ino that I am folding fault with any woman for tryiug to Keep young-look ing. That, surely, is no ignoblo aim. But tho methods by which eho endeav ors to gain this end should at lens be artistic and not distressing to the beholder. However, it seoms to mo that in the manner of artificial additions womou are becoming devoid of all modesty, common-sense and decency, and dis play themselves to tho public gaze gor geously "rnado up" without a blush. Toko a walk along Collins Street, and you will bo struck with tho num ber of old womou with glistening, cop pery hair-hair whoso bright sheen i...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

Household .Hints. Keep two ironlioldexs by jou oil ironing days, ana use them alternate ly, cuaugiug overy time you iake a ireau jrua. it, 15 the boat that draws and the hand, and with a wool holder tiiis u>, to a great extent, pre vented, Ii you want to keep your brass really bright, rub it after cleaning with a little mejiyiated spirit, and then with a dry cloth dipped in whit ening. It . treated in ibis way it 'vill keep bright lor several days, unless tlie weatacr la very damp or foggy. ' 'i'he following is o very good way to treat, bacon tuat is too salt: -Jnrs. cut the bacon m shoes, then put :n:o a pan with just, enough cold water to cover it. -Heat quickly,and aa tuuu a« tho water bona empty it off, Then dry the bacon by pattingit with a clean clo.b_, and irym the tunul «fay, snnd you wiU find that it u delicious. io preserve lemons, just xub hjn I thoroughly in a dry cloth until iba akin* sre perfectly deaa. Then roll them m white of egg. 'Iwo or ihrae < white...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XXV CONJUGAL LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

1 Terribly " Tempted. I A SERIAL STOKY BY { v .ANNABEL GRAY. J CHAP I Ell XXV. CO.NJlilrAL, LUVE. It was tho groat holiday ui tho year --tho day ot the " 'Varsity Boat Hacc' -a cold, clour, uuspring like morning, such as wo in England appreciate only too well, as iX sprmg, Uko a coy 10 qu<?tio,'delights in bulfling our hopes or young April d sweetness, and rt> >?? ooK-pectaut- ouotv. with \ bo saiito. disappointment. A sharp oast Hind warned lair women i^buc m vain) against leaviug oil any winter clothing, ioi any tempting iluu blue costume whatover, Tne morning of tho boa"Urace - and little greon bladolets ot grass try w push tneir slender spears through the rough earth, longing lor it to be warm ed and moistened with soli Miowers and krnaly dews, among which the rosebuds Kill aro sleeping. Alice dened mo weather. She was a person unit one of these convenient guua-porcha-l.ko temperaments, w men aro never alieeied »y atmo*-piionc chan ges. fciven the strings oi a h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

OUT OF GEAR EVERYBODY'S SAFETY RAZOR , | Ygia ciiiip. TCT vanr good Jurt tull it* pric« of U« Vwt. XnjPDM Ma oh it. A eul (m la |j» HQ rowiblt. Th« fmo« ta hvi vhlUiMUt.raM pcMt. I-l ili« bt%d« It ia&t tamptr*4 tu*l« tMs ta4 mm* ?1 (*ntkli, wunouinu; (orw. . IwrMr'i'' ?I Ur*u**41a«MtftMU''tfe»M£«tM»r,"ltlaM (VI ti«;uoHMiiiHt(Ntlr>fo. IkmliMkiiii Ird iM U nnm U* irtN.UM XI vvrtt W ?.«.*. lititliaM hMiw»iiitog. v*KUoo,a»aMMfeffctai» SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. CAN COBB- ; TUBEBOTLAB JOINTS, POI SONED SOBEB, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CABBUNCLES, JAB, . WHITLOW, SPBAINS. BOBNS, AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 and 6/6. CTJKBEJtLAND BOAD, PASCOB VALE (Near Cohort). f . many months or ywn, or whether tt to e*e of mtf reooat date, which rafaeee to heal, y*o should jive tt prompt and cartffti atleaUew, It U particularly la the treatment or wwi mm of (kit kM Uit latu baa M«' gwd with nch snevss. This new rapid healing otatneot win ipeedJff |tt* ttfe t« the tissues Of the old sor...

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His Golden Text. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

His Golden Texf, A Sunday School servico was hold in church a few months ago, and tho teacher had thought that in order to wake the service mora impressivo it would bo n good plan to hnvo six yoar old Johnnie go to the rostrum and repeat tho golden toxt of the .morning. This Johnnie consonted to do. The golden text was, "I am the bread of life." ; When ifceamo time for Jolmnio's part of the programme lie arose from hia 'seat with. calm. nssurance, and walked boldly down tlio aislo to tlie , rostrum. Once upon the rostra n; with the sea of facos confronting him, Johnnie's calm assnranco sud denly left hini. Tliin.es looked entirely different from flic pint fontii ITo he sitated, standing first on ono foot and tlion on to tho other; Finally, in a shaking voice, ho shouted: "J «in-a lonf-of bread."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

Plow with a SUNSTAR ! ! A Plow particularly suited to Orchard, Vineyard and . \. Closer Settlement Work. TWO SIZES-SINGLE AND DOUBLE FURROW. Width of Cut can be varied in Two-furrow size. Levers Work Close to the Ground, enabling- Ploughing to be done near Trees, etc. PLENTY OF ADJUSTMENT FOR DRAUGHT. Steel Frame - Light and Strong ! EASILY WORKED BY A BOY. Particulars and Prices from MR. JOHN KEELY, - OR - JOHN M'KAY &Co. PYRAMID HILL. Mitiamo Railway Hotel. j D. M. M'MAHON, ! PROPRIETOR. j Excellent Accommodation. Best brands of Ales, Wines and j Spirits in stock. Every Convenience for the tra velling public. ; CHARGES AtODERA'l'K. GOOD STAISUNG. Cohuna Billiard Tables. H. T. RUST, Begs to: inform the public that lie haA' just completed n powerful installation of the' Gloria Light, and take's tlie opportunity- to re mind players that his tables con tinue open at all tidies. Agent for the Int^ruutimuil Har vester Coiiipnny's Machinery, of every description;' tiie Sun Insura...

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Not a Speck. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

Not a Spcck. T'io mistress came downstairs anil' (vied the lioor of tlie sitting-vooni only to find it locked against her, wliilo tlio key, which was usnnlly in the.lock, was missing. "^ridgef. I can't get into tlio par lour." she fried. -'Siire,. it's niesclf knows tlint; nil? ye Won'f, fur T liiiyn tlio kay in mo : poek'et." - "Open tlio door immediately 1'' ''Will ycz ".() in if I dot" . "Certninlv I will." ''Then you don't got tlint kay." "Open-tlio door immediately. Wliut .Jo yon mean?" . "Sliure it's by your ordors.. Ye : smd ycstoniiiy, "Don't lc/^ina como . downstair* in tliamornin.' an' soo any dust ci£ tlio povloiu: furniture.' So ? I just puts ti\o kay in mo pooke^ sa' wye I, 'Than she shan't/*

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Cohuna Progress Association. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 14 August 1914

Cohuna Progress Association. THH ANNUAL MKKTING. The annual meeting of the Co lumn Progress Association was held at tlie Reehabite Hall on Wednesday night, Mr, C. I<. King presiding. The Chairman called attention to a notice of motion which had been standing in his name in reference to the formation of a debating club. He formally .moved a resolution that such a clul) be formed. Mr. Jordan seconded the motion, which, however, was held to have-?'?lapsed from effluxion of time. The following officers were elec ted for the ensuing year :-Presi dent, Mr. C. T«. King; viee-presi dents, Messrs. P. Kirby and M. J. Gamer? secretary, Mr. T. J. Cran well; treasurer, Mr. Stephenson. The outstanding liabilities of the Association, which were stated to amount to about £l, including the secretary's salary of /.5. The sec retary said the Association had held eight monthly meetings during the past year. Mr. Kirby said the Association was. too! much given; to shelving its financial respon...

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