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

JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factory Will commence Second Week in September. Spring Show 07 Millinery, Costumes, Blouses, Etc., I have just opened up a Splendid Assortment of the LATKST AND MOST FASIHONABJJi GOODS ! In DRESS MATERIALS I am Showing the 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 .Silks ill all shades. CLOTHING and MERCERY. The Newest in Boys' and Men's Suits, Shirts, Boaters and Felt Hats, Neckties, file. SUITS to MEASURE a Specialty. Five hundred Patterns to choose from. NEW GOODS! . Now being Opened up by W. H. KIEL & CO.~l (Late M. TREACY .& SONS), GUNBOWER. THESE Goods are all selected with the greatest ^care regarding . * suitability for Climatic and Seasonable Conditions, and we cordially (v invite you to call and Inspect the Latest in Materials and Styles, which you will find marked at very moderate prices....

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

?vli.XDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, September 17. 1 A*r. l'rank A. 1 ml reports;-A i'uu jarding of pigs came forward for to day's sale, consisting principally 01 bitcuuers and porkers, with ocacsionat OacKraUors, and a large supply or store mid young pigs. Tho general quality 01 tin; penning was rather indifferent, a good number sent forward bemg hardl} iU for the trade. The dry season ana the scarcity of iced are mainly respon sible for this. especially in Uio supply and competition obtained l'or sloiu anu young sorls. With tho exception 01 prime quality baconers, porkers, and oackfatters, which sold well at about late good rates, medium descriptions mot with dragging and lower prices, .store and young sorts especially showing a food decline. The u>ual attendance of curers and trade buyers operated. liaconers. Uurers competed will for all best de scriptions, winch sold well, and tho same may he said of prime porkers and bnok futters. Host baconers made from to iM 10s, and up- lo H ...

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

l'ATRIOTI'J. Kcluica lias collected jC.iSO to (late, of this .{,150 is to go to the Helfcian Relief Knnd. A Iarp,o number of yonnp. men in Kclmca are enmllinj; for the second Australian Kxpeditionary Force, and already several have gone tr> Hioadmeadows. IF]) to date -M have volunteered for Die front, (iarinents and articles suitable for the war are beinK sent almost daily to the Red Cross Society from that (own.

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CATTLE. Tuesday, September 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

CATTLE. Tu^ilay, September 22; Tin' IJendl-'O oaf tic market was sup nlled wilh r,oo head, and (is far as num bers were concerned was a SIIkIII. increase nn the prev'ous week's yarding. Thorn .vcr« wry fnw (rood cuttle for sain, anil 'he demand for these was very brisk, and i rise nf fuliy his per head caiy be quot ed. The main sunnlv beinfr cows and heifers of onlv middling quality, Just odd .innshere and- t.iere cnulil he -called prime, the balance heinK eoninolscd of calvns mid nondescript sorts, and a good number were verv-poor, forced on the market through. tlio;.droui?lilv_conditions. The local and .outside trade were well re Presented together will the Melbourne buyers. who bought rather cautiously on .account,-nf- the. scarcity of trucking ac commodation/ Ihe general tone of the mlddiing beef was quite,on a par wilh the previous sales. Stores arc very dull and almost unsaleable.'unless. of course, at very low rates. ' j . r. .' Ouolallons:--Prime bullocks, £10 15s to. IJ.1 I...

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COHUNA PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

COHUNA PATRIOTIC KUN1X Rev. I,. K. Hjjaii-J.ee, lion, sec retary !o the above ftiml, aokmny k-dncs the fol low i 11 jr additional contributions : I'ri'vioti^lv nckiimvU'<lKi-<l ... ,£*7(i 2 6 A. Martin ... ... 5 5 0 A. H. K.'iti<lu)l ... ... J 5 0 V. Ht.i'Ifor.l 1 1 () ,fS7 13 6

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP. Monday, September 21. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

HKMIIOO I.1VK STOCK M.U1KUT. SHEKP. Mf/nday, SfplrMnbor | There was another heavy penninir of I jheep forward for sal'- to-day at iho .uinie'pal yards, He-adijjo. The yarding of which HIP hulk of !he suwdy was j 'iniipos !.! of just middling descriptions ' | i ihe word and a fair number of j.horn velhers and pwos, for which coinpelJion as ln»|t*»r lhan for !lit* woolly sheep) utalb'd about 8800. As was lh«' ease. last I .vivk, tli«' butchers in most eases held off I or auction on account of {Jie heavy sup Iv, and onlv the Ion sheep were sold 1 Tivali'ly. What remained over for auc ic-n did nti] meet with as strong a de '-' nand as last week, tint prices on" -th'C .vhole ranced about previous market qub la:ions, with the exception of, the open-, in* and closing sales, which were dull. '. Hie Meihnm^e exnort buyers -were ope-: ratine together with a full attendance of h he trade, and .tin; farmers anil graziers, the whole. of the sheep, wUUthe. excep tion of one or two lols^of stores'...

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

S. F. Hyde THE DECORATOR, PAINTER, TAPER HANGER AND SIGN WRITER, Desires to notify thu Public tliat Iiu is now established in new promises in iaisO HOWARD SVREKT. COIU'.N'A. WALLPAPERS. Newest and most attractivede>iftn>. Sample book scut to any part of the district free. OILS AND COLORS. The best quality in Paints and Varnishes, Colors .'ind llrnshHYiro. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PAIXTIN'G A Specialty. Xote Address: Kini; TCdward Street. Next Private Hospital. Cohuna Hairdressing Saloon. Ill connection with the above saloon, WILL F. RYAN Has "pleasure in a'miouncing to Iiis mi 111 [irons friends and patrons that he has, at great expense, installed a Second Alcock Billiard Table, Also a Gloria Light Plant to Eight fame, and assures them every comfort and attention. And having acquired the whole interest in the firm of \V. I-. RYAN & CO., desires the public of Coliuna District to know that he is not connected with any other business: and hopes, by str...

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

TARPAULINS, FLYS, HORSE RUGS, FLAGS, I'KI .VETS, WATER MACS, . CART COVERS, VERAN'DAI I r,U.\l)S, . lit: I (Jualily :inil Wrirkinan.'.hip at Lowest Prices, (ill. ('OAT.S anil K N EE RUGS, our own make, a Specially. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR [URIC. IVUITE roil QUOTATIONS TOR ALL KINDS OF OANVAS GOODS. ' -'iiitry Orders Promptly Altended to. T. Chamberlin ... . ;/Late J. 1IARWOOD), Furniture Sale AT MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. <*>AK SIDEBOARD, 6ft tiG io- o NOW ,£11 TO O OAK DININGROOM SUITE .... ic io o NOW 8 10 o <"l1ESTER FIELD COUCHES,- 6ft .. : -7 10 o.NOW 4 10 o OAK BEDROOM SUITES 19 10 o NOW 15 10 o SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS all Bevelled Glass, from ; o 19 G WICKER SETTEES : .. ...... 30/-, NOW 21/- each. FOLDING WARDROBES r.f/6, NOW 7/11 each. WE-'PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL-GASH:. IRIjERS ' , --: DURING SALE. , .' CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CR0CHER1 --- GLASSWARE - ' . : - EQUALLY REDUCED. MORLEY JOHNSON S. BENDIGO. SCHOLTEN BROS.; (Sons of l...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Sept. 25, 1914. THE COMING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

TIII; Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Sept. 25, 1D14. THH COMING SHOW. The Council of tlie Column Ag ricultural Society catne, \vc think, to a wise determination in deciding not to let the drought deter them from holding their annual Show. It would have been a great j>ity lo have allowed this important and interesting exhibition to lapse sole ly on account of the adverse wea ther. Having resolved to go on, however, in deference to the gen erally expressed wishes of the members, it is to l>e hoped that every farmer and settler through out the Coliuna district will take an earnest and active interest in the coming display, and endeavor to make the show o thorough suc cess. And there is. no sufficient reason, indeed, why it should not be as successful and interesting as ever. It is true the season is the very worst on record; put the date has been postponed till nearly the middle of November, and bv that time the lucerne and artificial fod der poddocks in this irrigation dis tric...

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Church Notices. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

Church Notices. vSUNDAV, SI'PTKMKKR 20. Church of Ku.iikujtl : Cohuna, 11 a.m. ami 7.30 p.m.: Mra*l, 3 p.m. Methodist Church : Column, 7.30p.m., Patho. 11 a.m.; 0nn1>o\ver. J.30 p.m., -Rev. WV- Wee Hup, 7.30 p.m., -Mr. Hooper. Congregational Church : T,ritehvilU\ 3 p.m ; CuUen, II a.m. ; M'Miltaus. 7.30 p.m.--Rev. Hetiley Hiker. Hortou 2.30 p.m. [hi memoriam service lo the late Mrs. Frank IIuuO, Supply.

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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. Friday, Sept. 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

HC1IUCA STOCK MARKET. Friday, Sept. 18th. Shackell, White and Co. Pty. Ltd. report: Cattle.-A small yarding of indifferent trade cattle, but no stores. Bidding was brisk, and prices quite equal to late rates. Fat bullocks, to £7 19s; fat heifers, to £\ 18s. Sheep. -A fair, yarding of trade sheep, mostly merino wethers, but an ab sence of stores. Full attendance of buyers and sustained competition to late average rates. We sold: Jlefino wethers, to 18s Id; do ewes, to Us; crossbred lambs, to 17s; aged merino wethers, to 8s. Pigs. - Small num ber penned. Light indifferent ba coners, 38s,

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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday 18th Sept., 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

COMMERCIAL. , DISTRICT MARKETS. KKKANO STOCK MARKET. - Friday 18th Sept., 191/1 Andrew S. Muir and Co., report having held their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards on the above date, for which small yardings of both sheep and cattle came forward. The demand for store sheep is very dull, and they are hard to quit at low prices. Fat cattle are selling excep tionally well at best late rates, but store cattle are practically unsaleable. Quotations Sheep.- Merino ewes, with 50 per cent, lambs, 8s Id. Cattle.-Fat cows, to £o 7s Gd; beefy cows, to ^5 Is; choppers, to £i 10s: bulls, £6,

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WEE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

WKK WEB RUP. The annual meeting of the Wee Wee Rup Tennis Club was held 011 Saturday last. The following office bearers were elected for the ensuing year :- President, Cr. T. Burke; vice-presidents, Messrs. :G. Symonds and R. Cleave; captain, Mr. J. Hancock; selection commit tee, Mrs. Roberts, Miss li. Smith, and Mr. J. Hancock; secretary, .Mr. Taylor. Tenuis is now indulged in by the younger folk hereabouts, and every Saturday afternoon the courts pre sent (|uite a lively appearance. Some new players show consider able promise. A few Wee Wee Rup players ven tured out Morton wards 011 Satur day, but were beaten by 9 names. The Morton players visit Wee Wee Rup ou Saturday week to play the return match.

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

Tennis. At the general meeting of the Column Tennis Club held last week Mr. Arthur Douglas was appointed Hon Secretary, in place of Mr. J. Cahill, who had sent in his re signation after a period of faithful and enthusiastic ssrvi The (juestioi) of forming the proposed Kerang district Tenuis I.eagtie was considered and it was resolved to fall in with any association of this kind that might be formed, ft is understood that the effort to re establish the Cohuuu district assoc iation, for the new year, compris ing the clulis at Column, Wee .Wee Rup, Mead and Ilorton, promises to be successful. The annual meeting of the K0011 drook Tenuis Club was recently held when the following office bearers for the new year were elect ed -President, Mr. G. Vains; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. Kerr, J. Kilfedder, and A. T. Wilkinson; secretary, Mr. I). Dobbin; captain, Mr. Kwart; vice-captain, Mr. I. Vins; general committee, captain, vice-captain, president, T. McCur dy, J. Teague, C. Gilmore; ladies co...

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Koondrook Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

Koondrook Picnic Races. The Koondrook Jockey Club lieicl a picnic racc meeting 011 Wednes day, 15th, in aid of the funds of the IJorder Football Club. Follow ing were the results: Maiden Plate, six furlongs.-W. Fletcher's W.K.J., 10.11, 1; R. Shadforth's Algernon, 10.11, 2; A. T. Wilkinson's Scencshifter, 3. Rosemetttis, Miss! Redliglit, and Tlie Nursling also ran. Betting/:6 to 4 011 the winner. Tinie; 1.22 and 4-5ths. Football Handicap, S furlongs. T. Warwick's Gay Jay, 10.5", 1; E. Ryan's Reg, 9,9, 2; J. Thompson's Goldinount, 11.5, 3. The winner started at 6 to 4 agst, and the time taken 011 the joy-ride was 1.49. Distance Handicap Trot, one mile and a half.-K. Webb's Equa lity, 1G0 yds. ljlid, 1; C. Peter's Cncio, 40 yds. bhd, 2; C. Peter's Wee Johnnie, 10 yds. bhd, 3. Iietting, evens the winner. Time, 4.16. Handicap Hack Race, five fur longs.- W. Fletcher's W.J. K, 30.9, 1 ; R. Shadforth's Algernon, 10.7, 2. Uetting, 5 to 1 on the winner. Time, 1.7. Flying Handicap, six furlon...

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Sow Millet. ADVISE OF WATER COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

Sow Millet. ADVISK 01' WATI'R COMMIS SION. . Mr. J. Roy, the Water Commis sion's supervisor at Shepparton lias issued the following seasonable mlvise to local settlers:-Owing to the drought conditions now exist ing the Commission is very an xious that settlers should sow a good area of millet, a valuable fod der crop. The laud should be pre pared now, and the seed sown at the rate of U to 15 lbs. to the acre r after the ground has been well irri gated. I would advise settlers to skeleton plough, or " scarify the land so as to have it cultivated to a depth of from 6 to S inches. If this it done fewer waterings will be required than with shallow plough ing. It has been pointed out from time to time the amount of money that may be made from the sales of lucerne hay, during such times as we are now passing through. If settlers will get as much millet »ovvu as they possibly can it will give them a good chance to sell a fair proportion of their lucerne hay at such prices as have not been ...

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

Personal. Mr. Robert Crawford, who has bi-cn accountant for some years past at the I.omlon IS,ink, Keraiift, iias been promoted to the position oj manager of the brunch of the same bank at Ultima. The Rev. lulgar linker, the well known Congregational Minister of this district, who had rather hast ily to stop work some four months ngo on account of an affection of the throat, is still very far from be ing restored to health. Mr. Haker, with his wife and family, spent most of last winter in Queensland, trusting that a complete rest, coup led with the warmth of the north ern climate would set him right again. That hope .has not been realised. The Reverend gentlemen is understood to be at present re siding in Sydney, where he is un dergoing specialist treatment. His brother. Rev. Medley linker, continues to officiate as his locum tenons at Ilorton. Mr. Stanley Southern, of Wee Wee Ruji.fractured a-small bone of one of his hands last week, as the result of striking a horse with his hand,...

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KERANG. KERANG COUNTRY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

KF.RAXG. KI:KAN<? COUNTY EORI<T. At tlie Keraiig Comity Court on ?the 16th lie fore Judge Waslev, a claim was make by \V. Harrett for ^35 against Clias. Thorne for the destruction of a liorse. Mr. M' Farlane (.instructed liy Mr. Rich ards) appeared for plaintiff, and Mr: f,ewis (instructed by Messrs. Tatchel], Dtiulop, Smalley and JJnlmer) for the defendant. From the evidence it appeared that on the 9th July complainant's brother, who had been 011 a shooting ex pedition, was returning home, and when about two miles from Keraug was on the point of passing defend "mit who was driving in the oppos ite direction, when the latter swerved to the right and ran into plaintiff's liorse, the shaft penetrat ing its chest. Tlie animal died shortly afterwards. The defence was a denial of negligence. His honor gavc a verdict for the plain tiff for .615, with costs. The Court was occupied most of Tuesday, and the whole of Wed nesday of last week in hearing an intricate case i...

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District News. HORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

District News. -? (i'roin our Correspondents.) HOUTON. The Patriotic Concert mid'Dance * lieltl here on tlic 16th was n great s'liccess every way. Our haiUlsome new local hull was well filled, at the concert. The best thanks of the district are due to the able entertainers, who came from every direction in their generous desire to lend a helping hand. Among the vocalists were such popular and well - known singers as Messrs. Strtidlittg iviul M'Kny (jm>.), of Pyramid Hill; Messrs. I). Kvans unci J. S. Harris, of Cohuna ; Messrs. Pcddin, Sharp and New man, of Mead; and Messrs. Keil, Hancock, and Ktumerson, of Gun bower. All the items were well received, and most of them evoked rapturous encores. The Kooka burras, under Mr. Kvans, sang in excellent style such welcome pieces as " Marseillaise," " Rule Hritan nin" and "Men of Harlech." The dance, which followed, was also well patronised, the music being voluntarily supplied in turn bv Misses Mathers and Hancock, and by Messrs. Harris,...

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SHILLING-A-WEEK BRIGADE [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 25 September 1914

SHI 1,1,1 NO-A-WKKK BRIGADE ' The following additional mem bers have joined the Cohuna Shil ling-A-Weeck Brigade, which now numbers nearly fiftv:-Messrs W.J. Ryan, \W.H. Smith, \W.R. IFlan     nery, Angus Martin and his two sons, R. Taylor, Webley and H. Newell. More members are want ed- men who esteem it a privilege and honor to do something, how ever little, in this greatest of all struggles for international right.

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