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Church Notices. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

Church Notices. Sl'NHAV. Sl-rTKMItKU JO. Church of Huglaml : Cnhmtn, 11 a.m. ami 7.50 p.m.: Mciuh 3 p.m. Methodist Church : Column, tl a.m., and 7..Mi p.m.; \\V* WVc Kup, 5 p.m.. - Uev. K.ynu-Lee. (ittithmu'r, 11 a.m.; Tatho. 3 p.m.Mr. Trice. Coiij*ri\unlioti:il Church ; Leitchville, 7,o0p.u\ Mr. Hooper. M'Millans. lt.."0 a.m., Hortou, J..M)p.m.; Culluu. 7.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

S. F.Hyde THE DECORATOR, PAINTER/ PAPER tlAX'GER AND SIGN WRITER, ticsircs to notify tlie Public that lie is now established in new premiss in KING EDWARD STRRKT, COIICNA. WALLPAPERS. 'Newest and most attractive designs. Sample book sent to any part ot the ilistriet free. OILS ,\.v» COLORS. The best quality in Taints and Varnishes, Colors ami ftnistnvare. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PAIXTTXG A Specialty. Note A<lilre>s: Kini: Kuwnrtl Street. Next Private Hospital. Cohuna flairdressing Saloon. In connection with the above! saloon, WILL^F. RYAN ^ Has pleasure in announcing to his humprous friends and ; patrons that he has, at great expense, installed a Second Alcoek Billiard Table. Also a Gloria Light Plant to Light same, and assures them every comfort and attention. And bavins acquired the whole interest in the firm of \V. "1". RYAN & CO., desires the public of Cohuna District to know that he is not connected with any other business; and '-"pes,...

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TILE DRAINING AND INCREASED PRODUCTIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

TILE DRAINIUC AND;.INCREASED PRODUCTIVENESS. So many aro the sooti results that fol low the proper usc-of field ti/es,that only want of knowledge or want of capita! can prevent farmers from making* use of uieui. It is a Rtvihir.g fact that whenever some enterprising and thoughtful farmor urains his laud in a district where it is benoliria), »t is only a short, time before all neighbours who can do so aro following tus example. \\ o may cite Southland and KnngiiiUei as instances of this, wbero many thousands of pounds worth of tiles have been bid down, with astonishing results in many oases. It is a mistake to supposo that only heavy cJay lands or swamps required draiaing; many light sciU also require it. Many and iHjwms voils :vj\> al ways damp and sour, no: because the water falling on tho surface cannot got down and a way, but breuuyo water i;» tne subsoil, whic.i tins ecu no from elsewhere by seepage, is continually rising up to the suiu.-.o. Tiles aro then required to cut tin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

-SUNSHINE Lucerne Cultivator! Reduces Labor to a Minimum'. Ciits out practically, all tre foil, grass .arid weeds, with out unduly damaging the lucerne. Stirs the Soil to a fine tilth. ' IS SPECIALLY SUITED TO COHITNA SOIL. Made of best materials, de signed to last, cost little for upkeep, and pull easily. Took first prize at Govern ment Trial, Tongala. PRICES RIGHT. Terms if required. Send for description or ask MR. JOHN KEELY, OUR LOCAL AGENT. JOHN McKAY & CO, PYRAMID HILL. The Progressive Stores JOHN iS^KENZIE | KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factory Spring Show o? Millinery, Costumes, Blouses, Etc., Will commence Second Week in September. I have just opened up a Splendid Assortment of the LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABUi GOODS ! ?' ? fn DRESS MATERIALS i [ am Showing (lie very popular Crepes, .Sponge Cloths, : Poplins, etc. FANCY WORK. A carefully and well-selected stock of Table Centres, Cushion Covers, etc. " Fibrone" and other Embroidery Siljcs in-nll shades. CLOTHING and M...

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A Chapter of Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

A Chapter of Accidents. Local vehicular accidents, it has lieen particularly noted, rarely come singly. They generally arr ive in trinities and i|tiartettes. Tt has been so this week. Mr. T. H. Gray started the list with his sen sational bolt in the StatForest on Saturday. Then Dr. Xankivell had a turnover a mile or two out. His horse began to furiously rear and kick, and before it was over his shafts were both smashed. Mrs Nankivell and her little boy made an exit before the final catas trophe, and so escaped. On Wed nesday afternoon Mr. Geo. Palmer had a bolt from I.eitchville. He had left his cart to attend to the mails when his horses, startled;,by something, started off, and did not stop till they had collided witha tree and smashed the pole. Des pite the contretemps, Mr. Palmer managed to deliver his mails, with little delay. The same day two similar accidents happened to Mr. C. H. McDonald's Column mail van. Mr. Jas. Strachan, .who had charge of the vehicle on this par ticula...

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Clause 69. ATTEMPT TO RESCIND IT. BILL BEFORE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

E^ CIause 69. ?ATTEMPT TO RESCIND IT. ^ WiFORE PARLIA MENT. '..'tii .the Legislative Assembly last week, Mr Dowiiward(Morniufrtoh), moved the second ? reading' of his Closer Settlement Bill to abolish clause 69. In the course of a Joupr and interesting speech, Mr Down . ward marshalled a great array of statistical matter, drawn from var ied sources, to show the harassing nature of restricted covenants,such as. those contained in Clause 69, and to combat the prevalent notion that settlement by freeHold is ndees sarily inimical to successful intense culture. Mr Downward challeng ed any one to cite a single instance of a big estate that had been cut up fenced and. intersected with roads, and.built upon, being bought up by speculators for reaggregatiou. j " Let lis compare", lie said,"th,e .measure of success in New Zealand with our own -disastrous experience in connexion with the Closer Settle-^ nient Act. : Sir Joseph \Vard, . in saying farewell to a State depart ment, is reported to ...

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Orange Blossoms. CLAYTON—HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

Orange Blossoms. CLAYTON-HALL. A pretty wedding took place at Cohttna.Anglican Church on Wed nesday, when Mr. Leslie Clayton, of Sunbury, was united in marriage to Miss Bessie (" Tottie") Hull, fourth daughter of Mr. II. Hall, of Gunbower. The churcn was nicely decoratcd by the girl friends of the bride, and there was a large num ber of spectators. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. H. Simmons. The bride, who was given away by her father, was dressed in white crepe de chine, trimmed with- silk lace and pearls, and wore the customary wreath and veil. She also carried a lovely bouquet of lilies. The bridesmaid was Miss Annie ITall, a sister of the bride; little Misses Freda and Flma Frantz, charmingly attired, pre senting themselves as train bearers. Mr. J. Ponton was best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party sat down to a sump tuous and elegantly laid breakfast at Frantz's Hall, where the tistial toasts were proposed and re sponded to. The newly-married pair...

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District News. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

District News. (I'rom our Correspondents.) MACORNA. The tea-meeting and eouccrt in aicl of the Church of rCnglatul funds, which was held Thursday evening last, proved a great success. A large number sat down to the ex cellent lea provided by the ladies. The beautifully decorated tables were much admired. The Hall was fdled for the concert, which, though not quite up to its usual stnndard, owing to the Kerang competitions, passed oil very succ essfully. The chair was taken by the Rev. T. Wilkinson. Miss G. Scliier officiated as accompanist. Miss G. Ladson opened with an overture. Songs were rendered by Misses Moore, Brien, and Hansen, and Messrs. Dunn and Gibson, and a duet by Miss ISva Hill and Miss Florence Darvall. Recita tions were given by Mr. Schlitz. An-nmusing item, which caused roars of laughter, was given by Messrs. Richards, Young and Pur ton. The bachelor's cake was a chief feature of the evening. The singing of the National Anthem and three checrs for the British and the...

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP. Monday, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

BENDiQO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHKKP. ^('}»t«'iubor I S. Tn-day's of llit> largest of litis year, i tiikiiiu llif supply as a whole, was very Komi, enusislinj; principally of cross lu-eds Willi odd lids of merinoes. ^Vi(h .ilmiil I'.:: trucks liy rail and a larger pro lir.rlioi) liian usual l»y road llic tolal was nlmiil SSii. Tlicrc was a full alten il uicc of Iho trade, licUi local anil oul siile, and the Mellioiinie representative were also operalinir. /mil account. ' " tiled for n ;o<i hffi;' . . tlii,' top Sheep ehangod the priees obtained beinir from Is to 4s r.,1 per lifsul down, comparing this week with last. The butchers, on account of Ihe heavy supply, hold on f«»r mictions and though in some cases. f'T a few prime sheep Hint remained |lio demand was uood, the general lonn of iho market was a downward f»»wl«,nry, ami values de clined fully fid jm r head, ;tnd In odd plaees ewn more.. Tin* shorn sheep nrv now coming forward. and roinf^'iilioii for lh''s»* w:i>&...

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CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

CI.KAKINO SAM-:. Charles K. Kiiift reports having Iteltl an important clearing sa!e at Leitchville on account of Mrs K. A. Cleave. There was a large attendance and despite droujihty conditions, very fair and generally satisfactory prices were realized. They are as follows Cows to /S 15s; average, ^5 15s. Morses-draught, /. 1 -1 to .{,20; pon ies, to .£14; plows, to ^,14. Pigs -sows, to ..{,3 15s; slips, to £ 1 7s. Mav-rake, /. t 5s; mower, 7s 6d; tip dray. £\0 15s. Sundries at very satisfactory prices.

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A Cohuna Orange Grove. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

A Cohuna Orange Grove. Il is somewhat remarkable _t\is\l although Cohuna is one of the old est of irrigation settlements, one of the most fertile, ami certainly one of the best watered, no one has yet been enterprising' enough to plant any considerable citrus grove with in a considerable distance of it. One or two small areas have been recently planted, here and there, but one has to go as far away as Mead to see well-grown trees on anything like an extensive scale. Yet everything points to the likli hood of "citrons' doing really well at Cohuna; and nowhere is there likely to be a readier future market for them. This reproach, however-if such it lie-is about to be rolled away by Mr. J. MeKen/ie King, who lias decided to immediately plant ten acres of his fifty acre block ou the Gunbower Island, close to Mr. F. Wilson's, and within a^ mile of the Column township. The loca tion is in many respects admirably suited to citrus culture, as indeed is the whole of the fertile strip of Isla...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 18 September 1914

HKXMH'iO I'Ki MAIIKKT. Thursday, Scpti'mlxM* 10. -Mr. Frank A. Mill reports:-A fair ynr'liiiK <>f I'if-s came forward fur lii-day's sale, consisting prin cipally rif baconers and porkers. . Willi occasional baekfatters and aliinit HIP usual supply of stores and young pigs. The general at tendance o.f curers and trade buyers operated, and all prime description* of pigs me| ,wllli strong competition at prices equal In and slightly belter than llio.se which prevailed last week. Baconers: The .supply was hardly up to the .standard .of usual sales, and conseipiently curers com peted well for best descrip tions, while the same remarks apply to HIP best pens of porkers offered, and which rea lised, very satisfactory rales. Odd ln's( baekfatters also sold well Stores mainly comprised suckers and middling sorts, rates obtained on Die whole being slightly easier, but in many instances of well-bred sorts they sold fairly well. Quota lions: Iiest haecmers, £i to Hi 12 s, and to as...

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LUCERNE AND ITS POSSIBILITIES [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

LUCERNE AND ITS POSSIBILITIES Tho Illinois Alfalfa Growera* Awo ciation is but ouo yoar of ago« jot it lu\s bocomo a flourishing organisa tion composed of tho boat farmers of tho stftto, men with progrossiro idoas und wlio practice up-to-dato mothods, uiuu who know and approciat* tho raluo vi alfalfa and arc anxious that others may lenra to grow. it. Ono of tho opcakors at tho rccont moot* . iug of tno association was tho presi dent, Hou. A. P. Grout, who in discussing tho subject said in part: "After twenty years' exporicnco in growing alfalfa, 1 huvo como to tho conclusion that tho arorago yiold per annuity under tho ordinary or. usual conditions which provail in C^\ntral Illinois, ahould not bo loss tftan livo tons per ncro, 1 havo not always grown this amount, but thnt was when 1 was getting expori enco and Icnrniug how. I am doing it now, and wheuovor 1 fail it is not tho fault of tho plant,- but becauso I have not dono my part- or complied with soino of tho conditions or requi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

Health and Beauty! PEARS' SOAP s vs ?2tkv-^"it $1 'i Is Matchless for the Complexion. ROBUR TEA. No. 1 Grade is Delicious Family Tea ! THE ROBUR TEA£COMPANY. Jas. Service & Co. -SUNSHINE Lucerne Cultivator! Rcduccs Labor to a Minimum, Cuts out practically all tre foil. {trass :uk1 weeds. with out unduly damaging the lucerne. , Stirs the Soil to a fine tilth. is SPECIALLY SUITED TO COI1UNA SOIL. Made of best materials, de signed to last, eo.st little for upkeep, and pull easily. Took first prize at Govern ment Trial, Tonjtahi, PRICKS RIGHT. . Terms if required. Send for description or ask Mil. JOHN KEELY, \ OUR LOCAL AGENT. JOHN McKAY & CO., LT The Progressive Stores PYRAMID HILL. - COIJTINA HOTEL, Splendid Accommodation for Boarders. Two Tables. Tariff Moderate. Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. # Commodious Stables. . ALF. FRANTZ, Proprietor. To Builders, Contractors and Others. Heil Bros., BRICKMAKKRS, of KLMORK. Have opened a branch of their busines! at GRAY'S BRI...

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FOR THE SIN OF ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

FCn THE SiN OF ONE. Sir Charies "Evan Smith was once in tli^ lu/.aar of an Afghan town when iic *v.mk lirctl at by a 'native, lie lo<3gc<l a ( ro:i;;)laii»t 'with the jato Ameer ol [ Aur.-ramstan, who appeared to take no I notice of the incident, merely remark- j is;;;, **'I hat's all right." Sir Charles I r.» r.;»!:jSiu'd rijj;:iin,and met with the saiiie j r'^li l':«i st«H thought Ah'at the Aineer j vr-ix :r«Mii«u a serious matter wiili loss i fu«.>i.l«'y.:ion than it deserved, but it »uvis:ib!o to sav nn iiioro an I i!:i» .suhjtM-t. About a wcok afterwards j :r invued bv inc Ameer to ride i ?*>: . ir. Ihev rodo for^onio distance j cn»iMt. . to;w>, when they passed g:u« i - t«oi .: -r 'ptWu*:, from each of wIuca | d,u»;;' .d ;r man. At length Sir Charles re>i:su'ic < . ' . .>"<» thai your Highness I 1j-.< , : late." "Oh, no!" re r i .'these ar© voirr httlo I i 1 -'j n»kon »l! the mernDcrs of I 5... assasbin'i fa...

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IN DAHOEEY [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

IN DAKOMEY ** \:i;ruthise with i oi ibeir eor, and look up«i them a:;d our men us unequal, may take it iro;n me that their sympathy would be unplaced. Thcso you far and a*vay tho best Dahomeyan arrnv, and woman to man iverc quite a watch for any o: us. 'ihey were arnHHl with Spencer rop-atin^ Car* bineK, and made much boUvv use oi them than tho men made of their rifles; uud i'«r work at close quarters they bad . small heavy-backed chopping sword tr cry much like a Somh American , with which they did ^roat exe They i'cuylit like unehais.oM and if driven into a cori;e; did not disdain the use of their teeth at:d One of them w;;s seized and dis armed by a Marine Jni'aatrv man i:i this h-ht, but sho was .<o far from being beu'en that she a: one.' turned on hoi captor and set about bi:i;*.£ his nose cff. The man yeded out for Ins motUr, bat I .c lad.v would not le.*vo off wording Li:ii until she was cut down by the sword of an officer who rushed to the a:s:sir.::ce. The unifor...

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A PLEA FOR THE ART OF PROFANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

A PLEA FOR THE ART OF PROFANITY. The ..Atlantic Monthly" contains o humorous apologia for what tho ivrilcj I rails tho lost art of profanity. Ha j "Whatever may bo its history as & i practice, tho true psychological function ! ot profanity is just t::is: to offer to the I perturbed ^ an cutlot for tho energy ' .vhids fr's ; vocation, whatever it may bi\ ). . v.l. Tho natural outlet for tho . thus provoked would, of eours . .. -Jiao act of retaliatory vio* lencv. "Unuc^ood, then, as a substitute for ictians which would bo nowadays either unlawful or impossible, profanity as sumes at onco a certain dignity of its own. as being possessed of a psycho lo^xal importance. ODD would seeir, to bo justified in speaking of it as an ait. "Tho question at once arises, .Where in consists tho Art of Profanity?' and tho answer is obvious: the Art of Pro fanity consists in that choice of cxple- ! tives and objurgations which, to a s:ual. extent by their meaning, but principally by thrir phon...

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The Elmore-Cohuna Railway. PROGRESS OF THE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

The Elmore-Cohuna Rail way. l'KOGKKSS 01- Till' WORK. The railway interest-; of the Co. lintm District stand in continual need of able and persistent advoc acy in the. Legislative Assembly, if anything like justice is ever to be done them. No district has great er and more demonstrative claims on the Government in this respect: and yet. no district fares more bad ly. If I hi; Column railway had been advocated as strenuously, in season ami out of it, as, for instance, the proposed Stanhope railway-a comparatively recent scheme-who can doubt that it would have been an accomplished fact years ago? Somehow or other, whenever the claims of the Column railway come into competition with those of any rival project, it is always the Co liuna proposition that has to take short shift. I.ast week, however, people rubbed their eyes on reading their newspapers at finding that "An extra 300 men are to be given work on the Klmore to Co hutia, and the TallatigatUi to Cud gewa lines." That sounded ni...

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THE TUNAPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

THfc TUNAlM-ANt. Play lids a tendency to becomo ai iteroiypod ns work itself, and sports, ir.eu are lot) eottsemttivo to brc:vk any iumoi:r.\bfo tradition ©i' their crafr, '.von it it means a bigger bag. Tli« "Jtadimuton" contains a suggestion Vrhidi bhows that there is still an ex. Ci'pliun to every rulo. Dr. Holder do Kcribe^ tho invention of Captain l-'arn^ north, by which tho wavy tuna of Santa CataJina may bo lured mure tii'tiUvi.tly to destruction. Tho con trivance is our old friend tho kite, \viiicU takes tho fisherman's lino into the air and constitutes an aerial lover (>v which tho bait may bo mado to go UU-ju&U tho natural flight of the Qy isz j. hin is tho natural or most common prey of tuna; and it is hooked by tho jaw, or up through tho body, and kill ed or sewed so that it will tow uatur ally. This accomplished, th0 boatman starts Itis engine, tho launch move* ahead, and tho boatman gradually pays off liuo and gots his tuuaplanv up into the air. Usually tho ...

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The War. RECRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

The War. lil-CRUITS. DiirinK the past week four of our local you 111,' mini have enlisted as recruits in the proposed .socolid Australian Kxpeditionarv Army, which is now .-forming at Uroad meadows with a view to foreign -ervice with the Hritish Army at tiie seat of war, They are Messrs. J. O. Hunter, T. J. Cnimvell, C. Howler, ami R. Fleming. . All four have passed their preliminary med ical examinations at Keranjr, anil all have been duly sworn- in, the lirst tiiree before Mr. Rattray, Shire Secretary, at Keratin, last Sunday. They have yet, however, to under go the final medical and other tests of fitness at llroadineadows, and Until that ordeal litis been success, fully accomplished, they aie reallv but candidates. Only one of the recruits has had previous military service; tliou.i>b Cranwell lias hail experience analogous to it. He is a native of Waterford County in Ireland, ami served five years in the police force in Lancashire, lie holds the first-class certificate of the...

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