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GUNBOWER STOCK SALE. 17th August, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

Cl'XnOWKR STOCK SAM-. 17th August, 1914^ I William Wallace and Co. report: A light yarding; came to hand for to day's sale, when there was the usual attendance present. Both sheep and cattle fit for the trade irrtt with Rood competition, but stores were dull, and sales hard to effect. We sold Fat merino wethers to 20s; fat mer ino mves to 15s 7d; aged ewes with lambs at foot, 12s 2d; dry ewes (stores) 10s 6d. Fat cows, £6 2s 6d to /,C> 12s; calves, lis 6d; suckers to 15s. I.ijjht horses, /,7 15s to £x 15s; ponies to £l 15s; vouiik horses to £a 10s; yearling, small and inferior, £5 12s 6d; and a quantity of harness and sundries at current rates.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. KERANG PIG MARKET. Friday 14th August, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

» ' PifSTRlCiT ' MARKET'S.,, hi |xjkV-jlilto'' Mt» toiik^'K1 ..f;1 Friday 14th August, 1914. | Andrew S. Muir and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly sale of pigs and pourtry at their baz aar on the above date, for which a large supply of both fat and store pigs came forward. Prime baconers were in strong demand, and prices obtained were equal to iate ruling rates; light-weight pigs were a shade easier than the previous market. Competition for stores was very dull and prices were much below last mar ket rates.- We yarded 65 fats and 47 stores. Quotations:-Fats,-prime heavy weight baconers, ^4 to £\ lis; light weight do, £3 8s 6<1 to £3 16s; porkers, £'2 13s 6d to £3 3s. Stores -best feeders, £l 16s to £'l Is; otilers, £ 1 6s to £l 9s; small pigs, 6s 6d to 16s.

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The Salt Problem. ROYAL SOCIETY LECTURE SOME ILLUMINATING THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

The Salt? Problem, i ROYAL SOCIETY LKCTURK SOMF. ti.I.tlMINA'J'INC TIIOUCillTS We have had ninny official ties sertatious antl discussions on the salt problem, from time to time; I nit npver has Victoria heard any. tiling so plain, authoritative and illuminatjug as tire Roynl -Society lecture of professor A. I). Hall at the Science Congress in Adelaide Inst week. Professor Hall 1ms long been u recognised lending Jinglish authority in Agricultural science, and his practical experimental suc cess has won him a foremost place among the world's cultivators. Having discussed at considerable length the principles and limit ations of "Dry Farming" the pro fessor had incidentally, some very interesting things to say of the salt problem. His remarks on this matter are remarkably suggestive, and will be read with peculiar in terest by irrigators in the northern district, and particularly nt Cohtma. One would think indeed, he had. been living for the past few years at Mead, such a masterly acq...

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District News. PYRAMID. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

District News. (From our Correspondents.') PYRAMID. Mr R. N. Johnstone, of the Vic torian Departmert of Agriculture, gave an instructive address to an audience of fanners last week oil the various ailments of cows. Air. J. A. Esler was in the chair. The speaker addressed himself first of all to contagious abortion, which was due to a germ. He recom mended isolation of the infected beast and a treatment of corrosive sublimate. Contagions inflaination of the udder was dwelt upon, a disease that was caused hy an ob struction of (lie udder tubes with hard matter. The remedy was to wash well wit!) boraeie acid. The evil under such treatment appeared | to grow worse for a few davs, then (lisappeared, When paralysis was indicated it was to be treated with mix vomica and strychnine. The deadening of the foot caused by mud should be treated with an ant s3 ,C,.SUCl1 as C1,rb0lic "cid, or Mr n\r -°" the motion of Mr.D. Mclntyre J.P., a .vote of Hunk* was passed to Mr. John stone by acclamation...

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Football. THE COHUNA-GUNBOWER ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

Football. ?THE'* COHUNA- GUNBOWER .'V .. ' ASSOCIATION. With the success of Wee Wee Rup in their final contest with Cohuna last Saturday week, all real and deep interest in the fortunes of the several teams of this Association may Ix: said to have come to an end. For that particular match is held by critics to have virtually decided the destination of this year's trophy. Gunbower's prospects of beating Wee Wcc Rup last. Saturday were so remote that comparatively few outsiders troubled to attend. JJotli sides were poorly represented. Gun brnvpc |md thirteen .juftu, ..built up largely,of locals, !£he gafiie. itself presented few outstandingfeature;) of iiitercst, and soon .resolved ,itsclf into a liind of practiced/itch, iSffefs, Wee'Rup scoring almost r as they liked. The umpire- Rvnns-was n new man. He showed judgment and tact in his decisions and, kept the players well in hand. The lo cals won easily. PYRAMID ASSOCIATION. Macorhaniet Kerang at Kerang on Saturday last and won by 5 p...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE GARDEN. THINGS TO GROW, AND HOW TO GROW THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

TUB QABDEN. THINGS TO (JltOW, AND HOW TO OIUJW. TUKJ1, (Uy "Agricola.") A r.cok ago to-day I sj/e«t ihreo of the inubt intending and instructive hour* 1 huvo oujoycd ior a lung po* riud. A iluriculturul authority guvo mo an opportunity to tihare, ior the evening, tho gonial coinpuny of iiiin suit' and his charming wife, aud to dolvo freely into his literary treasures. I arrived at 8, aud when tbo clock struck II it seemed that only a fow minutes had pa.ssed sineo 1 placed my old walking s;ick in tho hallstand. Like all men who ure roustor/v ol thoir subjocts, lie appeared to derive a real pleasure from the fact that ho was in a position to augment-tho var ied fund of information which I am always striving to increase, and no de tail wab bo small that he would not fcivw ifc du6 consideration. , lie hud looka here, there, and every where. Mopo of them hud rendered good scryico; many wero published away lack in tho early part of last century, und some thoro wero that money could not bu...

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The Saving of Dimes [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

The Saving of Dimes With a lev© for tlu> antique and not tho accessary means, my liusbtuid decided to save his dimes; giving them to me, jive dollars at a time, which I deposited in tho bank. Unti? Uio Kciiomo is tried ono does not realise how nuieklv * lie money accumulator. If yun plan to suvoJive dollnrs at a time it is difficult, but with this method the dimes seem hardly to bo missed. My iirst purchase WAS a good Onco tal rug, tho pride of njy heart, us I had used shabby rugs rathor than liavo something I did not mint. Then when f saw a good piece of antique furm tni"» nt a reasonable price, I purchased it. Sometimes my tonnk account would ,'vi:t low and I would have to wait for imiro dimes . My first piece of furniture was an old rosewood molodeon which I had made into a desk, not only a handsome nieeo of furniture, but very useful. My husband desisted and drew tho phuis of the interior in accordance with my ideas and tho work wan dono by a cab inet maker. Tho part against ...

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Wattle Day Social. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

Wattle Day Social. The Wattle Day Social which was held at the Rechabite Hall last I-'riday evening may be described as one of the principal social suc cesses of the local season, A lead ing feature was the profuse display of w^ttle^blossom. The walls and the p'rocenium were, a mass of golden yellow, filling' the air with its welcome though heavy frag-" ranee, and suggesting ;l vernal Paradise. The effee' was the more striking because of the natural paucity of this national floral em blem at Column. The shrub pines for the more congenial habitat of the well-drained hills. But Mr. and Mrs. A. K. I.ester have suc ceeded in growing some truly mag nificent specimens of almost every known variety at their charming residence 011 llie edge of the Oun bower, and it is due to their gene rosity that this superb and season able display was rendered possible. To complex the harmony of the scene, everybody wore a choice sprig-the ladies in their hair or their dresses, the gentlemen in the lapels...

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Terribly Tempted. TERIRBY TEMPTED—ONE. CHAPTER XXVI. FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

^Terribly Tempted. ; A SEKIAL STOBY BY v AHMABEL GRAY. J TEIU&BY TEMPTED-ON E. CHAPTER XXVI. FAREWELL. While the world of fashion and the pov'ofty. wenvpouring :/ri^^T^r«trcams''t6 witness tne coming bat tle oh tho Thames-when -tho mighty crowd gdthored on the banks of the river wore all as one in heart gind fool ing, and the brisk Mnrch wind blew the gay colours pinned on their breasts with wild daring, Lenore, was lying weak and feverish on her couch in the drawing-room of her pretty homo at Mortlako. A room from which she could see tho sky, and the birds, aud all the wondrous tints of tho budding spring flower, or the brilliant crimson streaks dying in tho west. "Give her fresh air," said the great London physician^ whom Guy sent to her at Wilton place. "Fresh air and peace of mind." Ono was procurable-but the other? To a certain extent Lenore was calm again-calm from weakness and ex haustion, and sho was so anxious to make her kind friends happy. by her recovery, that sh...

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HOMELY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

I (T HOMELY HINTS. If nil dainty fingers their dutia . might choose, Who would wash up tho dishes nn< Uulish tho Jthoea? It is bettor to do a tiling wrong tlmi nob to try to do it at all. Mittens mndo of heavy canton Hun nol are good for rough work in tin K»n]ont ami they aru easily washed. Impatient peoplo water thuir misor !uh !UKl hoo up their comfort*. Sor rows uro visitors that ooiim without invitation, but complaining minds h«u< b waggon to bring their troubles horn# in« .Martha says thut ono of tho barn* nl things for a hjhii to do is to COM* fess to his wifo that in a particuar matter nhe was right and li« tf»t wrong, and too ofton tho mail side* nops the acknowledgment. Lkm't lot the lor* of silks, and sat ,.m»,. NinrVetn mntl velvet* <put ,out:.yoii>* otcliMiV V "l!e'.-r8Ure . 61Mm; "iro, anyway, t^uil l«*t thw' othei, ;hmg* oomo when you can *f» ;ord thuiu. See that tho Ikj.ts and girls hnv« ( mough to oat- good, plain, snbstun* ;Int fo...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Aug. 21, 1914. THE COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

TI!K Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Aug. 21, 1914. THE COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. All political parties are agreed that it would be well, all things con sidered, if the Federal elections could be postponed till the natio.nal crisis brought about by the great war be less acute ; but it appears to be equally well agreed that that course is not practicable, if only from the circumstance that the Li beral party will not agree to a truce. Since, therefore, the contests must take place it behoves us to try and conduct them with a minimum of pastisan acrimony, and in a spirit of solemn ernestness befitting the cri ical..situation. Spnje remarks pf the Age" 011 this particular matter deserve quoting. " To patrio tic citizens", it says,1' the appeal of partisanship at this juncture is both offensive and contemptible. The nation is engaged in the great est war of all ages. Our Austra lian nationhood is enduring the first critical test to which it lias been subjected. Are we to forget these thin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

There Is but_^ Schnapps ... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS There's Health as>.d Complaints, Indigestion, and Headache. S. A. PALMER, 4S9 FLINDERS LANE, MEL norniKE, PEE.MAKI?m.V Ct.SEJi HT<t«id>,l.ivcr>ndKU!n;yTroii:j>i UK'cri, Ir'rrn»' Cr- .-Si \£'&j V <r^ pfr Ov:1? t r ;nt::i <rt NEW MODEL VEGA THE FINEST SEPARATOR ON EARTH »i acre will you ilod a Se parator that skims as close as tbo VEGA? Wbero will find a Separator that is so beautifully finished - so easy turning? Whoro will you find a Separator at such easy prices NEW MODEL "VEGA." 12 gal £3 15 0 18 gal 5 0 0 28 gal 7 0 0 55 gal 10 30 0 80 gal 15 15 0 Write for full particulars, Dept. K. BUCKEYE I HARVESTER CO. 1 1-162 Francis st-, Melbonmo. AGENTS WANTED. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. CAN CUBE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI SONED SORES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS. BURNS, AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 and 6/C. CUMBERLAND ROAD, PASCOE VALE (Near Cobur*). Most d...

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DANGER IN PUBLIC DRINKING CUPS. PRECAUTIONS IN SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

DANGER IN PUBLIC DlHNKIiU COTS. PRECAUTIONS IN SCHOOLS. Tn the medical report submitted to :ho Department of Public Instruction. ii 1010, appears tho following remark? -"Tho school drinking cup must n! *-ays bo a source of infoction in dipii jheria, measles, .scarlet foror, mumpn. ind so on. Tho safest? wav would be to tench tho ch0dreu to fill tho mu'p Co tho brim and drink With both lips jiside, the edge of the cup* pressing against tho outside of tho tip. Drink* j)g from the tap can bo prevented by having an inverted metal beU about Sin. in diameter, slightly lower than the end of the tap."? oiuco this re port, Dr. Roth invented a device that is employed in the .tort-street school, and which is 6aid to bo very effective. In America. ji<> fewer than 22 States have abolished the nublio drinking cru by law. Tho perils of tho ordinaiy cup woro demonstrated by experiments made in {ho Chicago Hoard of Health laboratories. Guinea pics r.voro basted \vith# material taken fr...

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The War. LEADING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

!. W War. UiAMNO EVENTS. Russia, France ntul Britain have cacli declined the proffered inedia tion of the president of the United States. The British, and .French...fleets , still have cleared the seas, and . inaritiue trade is being, resumed at low war. risks.. . Britain has declared war against Austria, one of whose warships have been sunk. Japan has sent an ultimatum to Germany demanding the immed iate euacuation of Chinese seas by German warships, and the handing over to Japan by Sunday next, for eventual restoration to China, of the German province and fortress of Kaio-chau. The forts of Liege, and the front ier fortresses of France are still un taken by the Germans and .Aus trians, who are retreating into their own territory along most of their battle line. The failure of the, Germans to carry the Liege forts is held by experts to amount to ii virtual dfifeat of their plans, which' were to smash France by a swift march on Paris, followed by a con centrated movement of the Germ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 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. Steely 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. D. M. M'MAHON, i PROPRIETOR. ? Excellent Accommodation. Best brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits in stock. Every Convenience for the tra velling public, , CHARGES MODJvRATK. GOOD STAIir.ING. Cohuna Billiard Tables. H. T. RUST, Begs to inform the public that he 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. t8t" Agent (or the International Har vester Company's Machinery, of ev...

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THE ALARM CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

THE ATiAUSI CLOCK. A tourist ur rural Scotland took m fuj?o for tho luRlit- in tl» cottn«o of at old lady. Ho askod lior to wnko hin tip oarfy in tho morning, warning hc» Umt ho wns qnito denf. Upon nwnkonUig much later t:san thi appointed hour, ho found that, cjo ole lady, with strict regard for *.h« pro prieties, had slipped undor tho :loor i slip of paper, upon which wis written ?.Sir,; it's half-past oipht. 0 When tho Hands lmvo an nnilctwim odor from onioim. fi«h. or rot l»r«m;tl »tc.,.rnh'OT)d wnxh tho hands *»J «vi*wrj; veter tnedo ia thcusunl wa* 'hiVwv mar«-wat«r. Th» i» oxociiant.

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New Cohuna Buildings. MR. ALEX. McK. KING'S VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

New Cohuna Buildings. MR. ALEX. McK. KINO'S VILLA. By the recent completion of Mr. Alex. McK. King's fine new Italian Villa in Main Street, a remarkably handsome addition has been made to the fast growing architectural adornments of Cohuna. The structure contains as many as ten rooms plus a noble looking hall. The several apartments, with their lofty and picturesque ceilings, cool and chaste-looking white plaster lined walls, evoke unstinted admir ation from all beholders. The roof is covered with slate, an unusual material in this district, but one possessing substantial advantages. The color, too, harmonises nicely with tlie carefully-chosen shades of green that constitute the predom inating tone of the exterior walls. The superimposed white facings add considerably to the general eff ect, and produce a very elegant and finished general appearance. Mr. King's dental surgery, with the adjoining waiting room, occupies a southern section of the house, and will be.very convenient to t...

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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. August 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

KCHUCA STOCK MARKET. August 14th. Shackell, White and Co. Pty. Ltd. report:-Cattle. - A small yarding forward for to-days's sale, including a few pens of trade cattle. The at tendance of buyers was up to the average, and prices for fat cattle about eijual to last week. The stores forward were inferior, and for these competition has been without anima tion for some weeks. We sold: - Fat bullocks, fair, £s 12s; fat hei fers, fair, to £c> 17s 6d. Sheep. A yarding below the average, but in cluding several pens of prime cross bred ewes. Stores were dull of sale. We sold:-Crossbred ewes, to 22s Id; crossbred lambs, good, to 16s 9d; spring lambs, small, 10s 6d. Pigs. A moderate yarding, and good com petition to full late rates. We sold: -Baconers, to Is 6d; suckers, 9s to 14s. " Cheap money" said the business man, " Cheap food," the laborer said; " Cheap beer," sang out old Dusty Dan, " what matters, beef or bread ?" " That's very \vell, observed the sage, Rut you'll ajjree, I'm sure, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

Messrs. J. Bote Jfafc andX£$rapp, SURGEON DENTISTS, Of CromwcK'Ho^so,^corner of Collins mx\s\ . RusscU - streets^- Melbourne, xand Hawthorne's ftuUding, Victoria-street, Kernngy bejj to notify that their MR, TUOR. A. YOUNG, Dentist, Visits Otoiuna every Fourth Thursday, and ihny b*» consulted at Mrs. Waylcns' Boardinghouse, Next Visit: THURSDAY, Sept. 3rd. Macorna : Sept. 24th. Consultations fret*. Melbourne prices. ; Miss Gertrude Schier, ! D.M.S.U., . IUm*s to announee that she is prepared to receive PUPILS FOR PIANOFORTE AT M"DO.\-au>'S Coprin; PAI.ACH, COllUN'A, Every Tuesday, commencing July 7th. Miss Schier hns matriculated in Music, and hold* first and second class Diplomas. Private address : "l/ochiel," Mead. DRESSMAKING! & & M.FindIay, Mrs. Moffit's, Collins-street Melbourne) to announce that they have j estabished a Dresmaking Business 1 AT LEITCHVILLE. . j The latest designs, styles and finish guaranteed. j To Builders, Contractors and j Others. Heil Br...

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP. Monday, August 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

IJENIilrio 1,1 VK STOCK MAHKKT. SIIKJ:I\ AUGUST 17. The yarding of sheep forwird for sain lo-day at !lii» .\lnnldpal Yards, Hendltfo, numbered about ii:w. and Hie hahintrn road lots, These we.-e made up of 4JiJ trucks liy rail wry f«*\v really f.it sheep penned. TJie hulk of tlii1 supply were only middling? iHiallty sheep, ami a largo proportion were Ju*l killable. The be'sl sheep wore near!*. all cleared In the pri vate Hal«'s, and lor Jheso there IS wry HI tie alteration In i»rirf>, lymiparlnp this week wllh Ihe previ'ui* week's reduced rates,. At auction lh" opening sales wci'o (hill, but as Jho sate protftvssed the mar ket Urine;' considerably, and towards lln; close recovered to full <|untalionK pre viously reported. Tor tin* mhldiiiiK quality sheep the competition was not ..»U4uhk; the same appthM lo the JuhL Ulll r)hle Hhcei>,' Avhli}U; tiilTortSi areduction uf, from is to Ik*(iil iter Imad. - . ThftriV was a good iiuiiiIhm* of the. farm ers am} irraziers al ...

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