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

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS I About. SO pi-r c, i>1. of tho n>], con Mitiumln m Hii nniniiits is fouml hi tho bonus. Bono us), i., jiiillv jilmsiiliatu of lime, with n lm|" plinsplint,. ,,i mni; nc-sia and carbomuo <*f hnir. Arrange tho 1'urui wi.rk mi mat, llio boy will lilio a. Thnro nro many opportunist's fnr m»ii who produce Rood stuff to sell di roclr to lurgo hotels, Man.igors of such Ofltnblishmtnits mo nlu nys rTdy to trado with producers willing anil com potont to supply rolinblo lotmnoiljiioH. In choosing scod llio form of tlio firam is n point to b,r baked at. A full, siuooib prain indicates good do volopmpnt. 'llio niovu perfect a grain is tho more likoly if, is to proiKico n strong plant, cnpnblo of the higlics! yilcdiiip; capacity. VVSni soil shows itself lo bo add a ton or two of fi-iKlu'd li.ncstiiiio 'or marl pnr a''n >!muKl !»,. .sprvaii ovot til" laud, usp.oially if it is devoted to giwiviiig-liim-iiui. or cl««T. It iH a woll-vstphlishi'd fact -tlia>...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

District News. MACORNA. The first competition match of the Maeorna District Cricket Association was played on Saturday last, when Maeorna visited Tragowel, and scored a victory, the totals hcini; Maeorna *H runs to Tragowel 33. TRiVOOWRT,. Longhnan, not out 14 M'Kuight, settr,, b. WoodaM ! Robertson, b. M'Donough ... 4 Mowatt, h. M'Donough, ... 1 Douplas, b. M'Donough ... 0 l'earu, c. Woodall, b. M'Donough 1 Sharp, b, JVI'Donough ... 4 M'lvuipjht jutir., h. M'Donough 2 M'Intnsh, c. Cook, b. M'Donough 6 , juiuv,b.;M'Donough- ?; i i M'lntoslv, b. M'Donough ... 0 Sundries ... 0 Total 33 Howling '--M'Donough, 9 /or 18; Woodall, 3 for 15. MACORNA. M'Donough, b. Mowatt ... 10 Woodall, b. M'Knight junr., Ci J I. Dunn, b. Mowatt ... 4 P. Dunn, b. M'ICuight junr*, 1 Cook, b. M'Kuight junr., ... 0 M'Kean, b. M'Kuight junr., 1 M'lvor, b. M'Kuight junr., ... 4 Rowe, c. and b. Mowatt ... 2 Cook, b, M'Knight junr.. ... 4 Stephens, not out 5 M'l/oughlin, c. M'lntosh, b. N'Knight junr ... 7 Sundrie...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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ANGLICANISM AT COHUNA WRLCOME TO THE REV. R. H. SIMMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

ANGLICANISM AT COHUNA WRLCOMFi TO THE RF,V. R. PI. SIMMONDS. Tne Rev. R. H. Simmonds, who was recently appointed to succeed Mr T. M'Keou at Cranmer Angli can church, Cohuna, and who commenced his new ministry there on Sunday last, was on Monday night tendered a formal welcome to the parish by the members of the church and congregation. The gathering took place in the church at the close of the vestry meeting. TIkj chair was taken by Mr M. J. Garner, at whose request the congregation rose and sang the im pressive hymn of Watts, " Oh God, our help in ages past." In the course of some appropriate intro ductory remarks, Mr Garner re ferred to the special object of the meeting, which, as they all knew was, he said, to welcome their new minister to the church and parish. They had once thought that they should never come to like anybody else after Mr M'Keon. But, he naively added, they were already finding themselves mistaken, and there seemed every probability of Mr Simmonds occupying as ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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The Cohuna Railway. THE TRUST GAZETTED. AN EARLY START EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

The Cohuna Railway. Tim TRUST GAZr-VmCD. AN KARI/Y START EXTKCTICD. Preliminary matters arc now pro I cceding quietly but swiftly in con nection with the impending con struction of the projected Klmorc Cohtina railway. A very important official step was taken yesterday (Thursday) when the Railway Trust was proclaimed and gazetted as having been duly and properly constituted. As previously stated, this Trust consists of those Coun cillors of the Shire of Rochester, through whose ridings-the South West-the new railway will pass. These gentlemen are known to be very earnest and enthusiastic' ad vocates of the proposed line, which, is expected to be a feeder for lil more, and which will in any case turn it into an important junction town. They may therefore be safely relied upon to execute the preliminary work that must of ne cessity be discharged before the actual work of constructing the line can be commenced. This prelim inary work consists in raising the wherewithal to buy the land....

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AS 'ITHERS SEE US. A VISITOR AT MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

AS 'ITHERS SEE US. A VISITOR AT MKAD. | . Under the > uom clc plume i of i 1' Rambler*'! a writer to the '' Ks sendon Gazette,'' gives his impres sions of a visit to Mead during the Christmas season. Having des cribed the journey, to jKerang," the writer goes on to say: About 7.30 we started our drive to the Irrigation Settlement, contiguous to Cohuna, and ' chris tened 'Mead,' out of '..compliment to the gentleman who presides over the Stata Rivers and Water Supply Commission, and we duly arrived at our destination, feeling, as ' the effects of a southerly breeze, a chilliness seldom experienced in Victoria on Christmas night . and, as one might suppose, after con tinuous travelling from 5 a.m.' to 10 p.m., no rocking was necessary to woo the greatest of all recupera tors, Sleep. I was up fairly early, however, and being a gala day by. reason of a sports meeting to be h-'ld in the afternoon.' followed by an entertainment and dance in aid of the Mead Mechanics' Institute, I decid...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BOT FLY. OPINIONS OF A VETERINARY SURGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

THE HOT FLY. OPINIONS Ol? A VKTKRINARY surgkon. The report, contained in out last issue, of the mysterious death of six horses belonging to Mr John Keely of Column, due it. was thought, to the action of hot flies, has been widely commented upon during the past week. The opinion of vet erinary experts however, is thaLthe bot fly cannot, in the absence of proof to the contrary, lie regarded as the probable cause of these heavy losses. Mr I,. [4. Manchester, veterinary surgeon of Pyramid, in a further communication upon this subject writes--"The data sup plied respecting the deaths of Mr Keely.s six horses is scanty, and the history of the cases is very scattered. Only in rare cases, however, does the bot fly cause gastro-intestinal catarrh, gastritis, enteritis, ulceration and perforation of the walls of the digestive tract of a horse, and such cases, when th'cy do occur, arc sporadic, and different in character from the cases at Cohuiia. There is"no doubt that this parasite has been ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATER SUPPLY FOR STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

WATER SUPPLY FOR STOCK. An old f'rmnd of our London corres pondent, the leading dairyfarmer nnd breeder of Ayrshire cattle in tho West of Scotland, writes to a iocul paper nn this important subject whicit, ho anya,. rceoivca too little uttontion from tho stock owner*: - Su long an an animal will drink no water in considered too foul lor hor.se* or rows. Not only in this ne glect on tho part of stock owner* rea« po:isiblo for many cases of colio in hor *on» but many other disease* alwo are directly traceable to impure water. An unlimited Mipply of good, pure wntcr in essential to tho health of all animal* used for fann purpose*. Pools formed from surface drainage, where largo quantities of organic matter are car ried into thom. and wells or poob contiguous to farm yards or Dinuuro heap* aro specially to bo avoided. Water from good tanks or wclU, run ning streams, and properly construct Uxl pools is usually Rood, hut too much caro cannot bo taken in thta matter'. The quantity of water...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "SWiaatoa.") It now soems pretty well assured tjiat Radnor, Andolosia and Ulva'a IhIO will All finish their St. Leger pro*, paration at Flemington. Andolosia » already hero; Radnor will join W. S. lfickonbothatn's team on his arrival from West Australia; and as J. Allhop generally put« up at "headquarters" an his visits from Sydney, it may bo safely assured that ho will bo at Fle mingtou boforo long, with Ulva's Islo. Tho rolativo doings of tho leading Si. Leger candidates on tho tracks are sure to bo watchod with a great deal of interest. It is evidontly intended to give Bul lawarra another opportunity of distin guishing hiinaolf in tho ilat racing de partment. Tho crack jumper tignrea among tho nominations for. the A us-, tralian Cui>, a raco that has several timos previously fallen to representa tives of tho jumping brigade. . AKJdl.v tho caee, the Sydnfty J.' hav/* . two ^?-'»vjiiaii;t.it^.Uandicap: If. has always br«m a favorito raoo with our friciid* fiom a...

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Manners of the English [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

Manners of the English Tho maimers of the English are, ol cour.^o, notoriously bail, wiiother they lik'o in tho country or in the town; but I do not Umik that any one class is worso than another. On tho whole, 1 am inclined to agree with .Mr. Ste phen Reynolds and With Mr. Chester ton, that tho p>or nro inoio ceremonial and courteous than the Hob. Thoy are not, it is true, gitted with tho gra cUmsiiojss of tho Spaniard or tho fire ton poaNnnt. English morhanios or labourers do not strugglo with their bag of tools held in tnoir hands, in order to take off their cap to their tflluw-workor and to bid tiiui "good morning," a8 ono wjos workmen do on tho Danish liigliroad. Nor can they refuse a tip-a raro uceurrcnce, X ad mit-with tiie graciousness of tho French worknu n who helped Steven son with his WJUOO on his Inland Voy age.-F. E. Green, iu the "Mi/fgato A FALSE Standard of Ellicicncy. To take tho Olympic Gaines seri ously- which is, whether wo liku or ri-i, tho only way to take t...

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

Cohuna Store and Butter Factory. SUMMER SALE. Commencing Tuesday, January 20th., for 10 DAYS ONLY. J. MACKENZIE KING : Bags to inform the Public of Cohuna and District that he is disposing of his surplus SUMMER STOCK, at Greatly Reduced Prices. Call and Inspect Our Bargain Counter Crowded with LADIES' BLOUSES, COSTUMES and UNDERCLOTHING, at Prices that ?will commend themselves to one and nil. Don't miss seeing the Bargains in-Dress Stuffs-Printed Voites, Crepes, Popli ns, . Prints, Muslins Delains, Cashmere, Sicillian, ALL REDUCED. CLOTHING. Men's Summer Suits, Lustre S»c Coats, etc. , will be cleared fit a great sacrifice. also Boys' Tunics, and Crash Sailor Suits. "X McKENZIf ' KIN'S * COHUNA. Commonwealth of Hustvalia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY m>IUu.ki< ih...i mr all rW. ot GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS*! EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at. fij'ilncj", Canberra, NewcisMf, stitoiaiifc. P*rth, Hi.kirt, I.Vwfch!Ufip{<m, Towmrilir ,v«l I«wiilw». C*t"le...

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HEROISM IN HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

HEROISM IN HOUSEKEEPING. So many tnlonto ore wasted, so many enthusiasm* turned to tjtnoko, no many lives spoiled for want of littlo pa tience and endurance, for want of un derstanding and laying to lu-nrt the moaning of "tho present"-for wnut of recognising that it is n;.t the greatness or tho littleness of t ho duty nearest hand, but tho spirit in which ono docs it, which makes cno's doing noble or moan! I can't think how peoplo, who have any natural ambition, and any sense of power in them, cseapo go ing mad in a world tike tins, without tho recognition ol that, I know I was very near mad when I found i* out for myselt' (as one has to Hud out for oneself everything that has to bo any real practical uso to one). Shall 1 tell you how it came into my head? Perhaps it may he of comfort to vow in similar moments of fatigue and disgust. I had gono with my husband to live on « little estate of peat bog, that had descended to mo all tho way down from John Knox, the Coveunnter, who mnrrie...

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

NEWS SUMMARY. A dispute has occurred at tbo Jum bunna Coal-mine between the miners and tlio management over the cavilling rules, and the mine has been idle for two days. A conference has been held between tho directors of the company and tho miners' representatives, but bo far no settlement has "been arrived at. A secrot ballot "was taken at the Industrial Registrar's office, Brisbane, to ascertain whether the bank clerks employed in the South Eastern division wore in favour of the creation of an industrial board to apply to their call* ing. Tho result was:-Against crea tion of board, 448; for the creation, of board, 226; informal, 5. The Country Bonds Board has grant ed tho Morwell Shire Council £150 for tho maintenance of tho Haunted Hill , road; £150 for tho Boolara to Welsh pool (via Budgeree) road; £200 for the Boolarra-Foa&er road, and £100 lor the Jeeralung road. The work has to ho carried out under the supervision of the shire engineer, and to tho satisfac tion of th...

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The Passing of the Poser [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

The Passing of the Poser There arc 110 posors on the grand scale mnv. Our musicians have short hair and pluy goll. Authors cnuuoi bo distinguisntd liom ordinary men. Art students aro abandoning their amazing clothes. Even pools hare given up poetical looks, ami instead «>t writing pretty fancies worry us with poems of the outspoken natural school. Music is iu tweeds, litoratui© is hi uavy blue, and poetry is iu a bowler liat. Apparently there is no chauto of any return of atf eolation. The world beoowes more natural evtsry day, and ovory hour some neglected pose dice a uutural death. Tlicro *n> no startling and picturesque iigures. The glittering Whistler was the last 01 the artistic masters of pose, thu last mun willing to spend an hour boloro a looking-glass, the last man-to use iiis own word-who could be called .Una/jug." For now it is bud form to bo amazing, and overyune is ex pected to bo as insignificant ;is pos sible. The only affectation I *t is the affectation of bein...

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

Household Hints To remove dust from ridge* on tlio door panels, um> a *olt, dry nail brush. Tho Kitchen Table; 11 your kitchen table is nut a good eolor, din a half a loinon iu dry whiting ana rub tho t.jblo with this tlio way of tho grain. Loavo for about fivo minute*, then wjrub and well rinse, and you will bo delighted with tho result. To Clean Stono Steps: Tho eommou method of elenning them with hearth fitonu or oakod whiting uot only givea them n smeary appearance, but washes olf with a shower of raiu. Tho fol lowing preparation not only looks bet ter, but in the long run naves labor. Twice a week is sufficient for whiten ing, and tho remaining d:tys washing tho stop*.-Take a gallon of <«ater nnd eolor a deep bluo with btono blue. Hod in it lib of white biae. dU*wlvo Jib of whiting and threo cakes oi oipo-ciay and stir well. Wash tin; step* with this solutiou in u light quick manner. ;wi'l finish with water in tlio usual way. A lady, whoso husband is an invet erat...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Spooiftl Oorrcipootlonfc.J Something }iko art Amorioan inva .ion has taken plnoo in this city. At the theatres, most of tho "turns" arc supplied by poonlo from that country; rngtiino lias taken possoosiaon of tho homes, nnd tho public placeswhoro tnu wo ia made; and tho m»llionairo-oon <1 ucrto<! baseball playorw havo been loom ing large, not only as expononts of tho gnmo that is to tho American what lootball is to tho Australian; bat a* tho lions of social nnd civic circles. But liko tho motor rnoiug thai was recently similarly "bonstedj" basobnll failed to arouse any enthusiasm, and if tho ob« jot of bringing a big party of players who nro aaid to receive annual " re tainers" running into many thousands of dollar*, to this country, wan, a« al leged, simply to promoto understanding, of and interest in tho gaino, tho men behind tho movement arc duo for a lot of disappointment. Plenty of people went to hoc tho games 011 tho first day. ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 January 1914

Till? Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 1G, 1914. I hi: people of Cohuna are just now looking forward with intensely eager anticipation to the turning of the first sod in connection with the construction of the local railway. Thanks to the circumstance that the initial seven miles of the line from the Iilmorc end follows the track of a public three-chain road, this epoch-making event, for which the long-suffering settlers have been for so many years patiently waiting, is likely to take place within three weeks of the present date. But despite the deep interest with which the event is awaited, the precise influence of^he proposed new line upon the future development of the towh and district is very variously estimated. In the opinion of some -chiefly among the older nnd more conservative portion of tlie . popu lation-the introduction of a rail way is not going to make such a wonderful difference to the place as the younger spirits so confidently predict. They fail in some insta...

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WALTZING ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

WALTZING ROUND. ".Excuse me," he said to bis fair partner, taking a bit of wool from the shoaldw of her dress. The wool, hcnHTer; teamed to be never ending, until he had wound a large, ball, which 1m, retj cmbSrrawngl; hid in his poo kfli. . Fair Partner (to mother next mern hgj)-"It's a funs; thine mother, bat lut. nigh* t pat a woollen spencer under my. <lr«B, aad thie mornfng it SadoaapUtalydisappeared." A lay man, regarded as the viIIuro ; foal, waa asked to lend a hand with a ifwceoffartnwori. "Wiat'll rou par?" ha «M. 'fl'tt pay what yoo're worth," na Mramd the farmer. . v 1t» scratched his iead a ?!a*iy-.''tfka . annarnkwd daoi*Tt>)j t M aw****

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NEW PROCESS FOR PRESERVING MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

NEW PROCESS FOR PRESERVING MILK. To the* already known methods of preserving milk another lias been add ed by two Italian physicians. Their method, ift y*'* preserve milk by means " /' und^' presiare. Tho 'milk" "remains unaltered for several davs, both in its physical and chemical characters, and in the biological constituents, the fer ments. Some of the genus present are killed, while others have their de velopment arrested. By this method uncooked milk oan be kept for eight or twelve days at a temperature of 12 de$. to 11 deg. O., whilo boiled milk id preserved indefinitely. Tho gas is produced with littio or no trouble. The inventors claim for this method a solution of the question of infant feeding. Milk preserved >u thia manner ought certainly to be su perior to milk sterilised by heat, ow ing to the fact that milk can be kept . by this process for a considerable pe riod with all pathogenio germs absent, white its biochemical functions remain intact, which is not the case w...

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FLY CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

FLY CATECHISM. Where is tho fly born?-lu manure and filth. Whcro does tho fly live? - In all kinds of filth and ho carries filth on his feet and wings. Whore does tho fly go when ho J en res tho manuro pile una tho spittoon?-xiu goe» into tho kitchen, tht« dining-room and the store. What does tho fly do there? - Ho walks on the bread, fruit, and veget ables; he wipes his feet on the butter and he bathes in the milk. Does tho tiv visit patients sick with consumption, typhoid fever, and ohol era infantum ? He does, und ho may call on you nest, carrying tho infection of theso diseases. What diseases does the fly carry? Typhoid foyer, consumption, diarrhoeai diseases, diphtheria, scarlet fever, and in fact, any communicablo disease. How can tho fly be prevented?-By destroying nil tho filth about your premises; screen tho privy vault, cover the manure bin, burn ail waste mat ter, destroy your garbage, screen /our house. Either man must kill tho fly or the fly will kill man. Prevent tho f...

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CROSS-LEGGED HABIT. PERSONS WHO SIT CARELESSLY [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

CROSS-LEGGED HABIT. PERSONS WHO SIT CARELESSLY Fully 80 per cent, of travellers by tramway car and omnibus sit cro&* 1 egged. That is the opinion of a cor respondent who has tuKt'ji particular notico of his fellow passengers. Tho cross-legged habit when you sit down is provooativo of gravo harm to tho body. Indeed, in time, a Lou don doctor who tola "Tho Daily Mir ror," it produces varicose veins if the person regularly adopts this and no other attitude. "Tho objection I see to tho habit," he said, "19 that tho return How of blood from tho leg is stopped at the knee, the result being that tho voius in tho leg swell up. "All tho weight is thrown upon ono side of tho body, and tho under leg 'goes to sleep' owing to tho pres-1 sure put on"tho sciatic nerve. Tho j bodv should bo equally balanced. 1 "Thero is another danger I ought to point out. If you sit cross-legged you bocomo lop-fcidtxl. "Personally I never do this. 1 always lot tho legs rest limply-stretch ed out is just as...

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