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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 October 1914

TARPAULINS, FLYS, HORSE RUGS, FLAGS, PIG NETS, WATER BAGS, . CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS, - best Quality and Workmanship at Lowest Priccs. OIL COATS and KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR HIRE. WJUTB FOE QUOTATIONS FOR All. KINDS OF CANVAS QOOD3. Country Orders Promptly Attended to. T. Chamberlin (Late J. HARWOOD),...' HARGREAVES ST.' (Opp.' Savings Baiilc); BENDIGO. Furniture Sale AT MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. OAK SIDEBOARD, 6ft ii6 10 o NOW £11 10 o OAK DININC.ROOM SUITE .... 12 10 o NOW 8 10 o CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft .. 7 10 o NOW 4100 OAK BEDROOM SUITES 19 10 o NOW 15 10 o SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS all Bevelled Glass, from .. o 10 6 WICKER SETTEES 30/-, NOW 21 /- .-ach. FOLDING WARDROBES .. .. 14/6, NOW 7/11 erich; .WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASH DURING SALE. CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CRO ' -V':-/ ? GLASSWARE - EQUALLY REDUCED. MORLEY".!OilNS(T^"T"".H ^ 7.T (Sons of late G. J. SCHOLTEN). MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS BUGGIES - PHAET...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 October 1914

Personal. Mr I. M. Barr, an esteemed sett lor at Mead, (jot a very severe maul ing from a vicious cow last Satur day. He was engaged in milking the animal when tlie leg rope be coming unloosed, Mr Barr was knocked down by the beast, which fell heavily upon him. it was some time before he could extricate him self, and when at length he succeed edhtwnjj found -to be severely bruised and shaken, whilst his left baud was much crushed and cut. Mr Barr, his friends may be interested to learn, is a Canadian by birth, and a graduate of the Toronto University. Much of his life, however, has been spent in the Unite ! States, where for thirty five yeai> he was an Anglican minister, lie was for some con siderable time rector of Bellingliam, in the State of Washington; but lie has resided in almost every pro vince of North America, and knows every one of the forty odd states quite well. In what his friends are tempted to regard as a weak moment, Mr. Barr eventually re signed his ministerial c...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Oct. 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 October 1914

TUB Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Oct. 2, 1914. The Stock Water Rate.:-Mr H. McKcnzic touched a widespread grievance amongst irrigators in the .Legislative Assembly during the dis cussion last week on the Water Loans Application Bill in commit tee- It seemed unreasonable, he said, that fanners who had to take a full supply of water under com. pulsion should have to pay n stock and domestic rate. He asked the Minister for Water Supply to con fer wifli the Water Commision with j a vieiv to arriving at a more satis factory arrangement. J Forcst-Thinnhig-No is be menUh kh;i^Hcffelt<ff^l.c Govern tuent's recent decision to put n tut*. mbcr Of the unenipioyed to jvorknt once in the Gunbower forest, thin ning trees. During the present week three different gangs linvear rived nnd been put sn in selected places in the forest, giving the Ran ger plenty to do to fix them tip tents and other requisites, lhoy number,' altogether nbout 30, ami are to set 7sGd a day. Dental-Dr. J. W. ...

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TREATMENT OF SORES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

TREATMENT OF SORES. Open sores frequently tnko a loiiA time to heal up thoroughly, especially If they are on the sides of a horse, rhcr*?" they are dlfficult-to «et at .reatment. The main object of wy . :t»*mpt at treatment must be the :riiii;Ing about of a healing process, j:k1 this may ho effected by applying i Hula carbolised oil every day with \ feather, or a little Iodoform powder tpp'.ied to the sore now and again. It is well to place a pad of fine tow or lliit on the soro place, and keep it 'Ihm'o by a wide bandape round th«v ')ody. This maintains the dressing, tml k<*cps the part clean. It Is by .j.xerelso and hard work that horse* »;<. pn paivd for severe exertion, nol *»c high reeding, as somo think. Sn-ull nostrils-ar<i generally assoei* thd with a small windpipe and weak re^i-lratory system. . Avoid them, aa .wli us set nostrils which never dilate M»;l contract. us Uk* horse breathe?, rite oy»»» want to he large, clear, an<1' A...

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FOR THE FARMER. THE FUNCTIONS OF FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

r'OR THE FAhMEft. fHC FUNCTIONS OF FERTILISER* Xt may be taken for granted trial svnry farmer, Known that the oflBPi* Jnt ingredients to bo replaced fn tlw .oil as phr.it food, to restore thoB* .Malted by the crop, n;« nitrogen, .» >sphorlc acid, iimo, mW potash, ot .tU'inonla, | hosphato of II: .0, and pu#* nccutding to ih«3 nowonrhUum ^em-rally adopted in this country '{lie part which oach or (hose ingro fleets full:!* In the orgmisin ol plant* »>nd the Interdependent o of one in ^rcdlent with another, aro not omicUj known, and the.object of continued .« .vuU^ation, hut, generally speaking* he following functions are attributed .o ihom: Xitroeen la indispensable, and ci .urs Into tho composition or all tho organs of a plant, it is nitrogen whiob lives to voidable products, thus tc u-rcals, those uutriuvc qualifies whi^ft lave rendered them valuable as nour* ushment Tor man and animal from tlmfi Vumemorlal. It Is nitrogen thnt pro it:c«s tho albuminoids in hay, the flesh ot a...

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Cohuna Agricultural Society. THE COMING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

, Cohuiia Agricultural Society. Tim COM I NO SHOW. Tilde was ;t large attendance of members at the special meeting of the council of the above, society, which'assembled at Frantz's hall on Saturday evening to make detailed arrangements in connection with the forthcoming show. The Presi dent< Mr A. K. Lester J. P.),occu pied the ehair. The chief business was the final consideration of the prize schedule, as prepared by the sub-committee, tinder the direction of Mr P. Kirby the Secretary. Some slight altera tions having been decided upon, it was resolved, on the motion of Mr Canvaruine, seconded by Mr West, that the prize schedule as amended be adopted. The stewards for the various clas ses were then appointed, atid also most of the judges. Several nomi nations were received. Fixtures for the impending sale of booth pri vileges were made, particulars of which appear in our advertising columns. Matters relating to the' show evening entertainment were discussed, and it was re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

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. ?V" Agent for the Inlernatiouul Har vester Company's Machinery, of every description; the Sun Insurance Co.; and also for Messrs. Willan, Colles and Wil lun, Kerunif. '1*1*1 K PURK'BRKI) CIvYDlCvSDAIvK Sir William's Pride. Sin Wn.r.iAJi'RI Pkidk is a beau tiful (lark brown colt, and has plenty of hair, bone ami muscle, ami is a splendid mover. Sir William's Pride is by Sir William, imported from New Zea land, and holding a Government Life Certificate of soundness and approval. Grand sire, Shepherd King, said to be the handsomest type of Clydesdale in New Zealand. Great grand sire, Shepherd Lad (524 N.Z.S.B.), sained first and champion prizes for two years in succession at Invercargill; and also first prize for best entire with two of his progeny. Great great gran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

CIST or YD TEttMS TYTTH YOt;» ...»NK MAKAOKIS. Those Fjirram who would like to »jn-' frore their etandtng at th« hint, should to carcfnl to loot Ihrongh the Kpcoal terms .ad prices nfi\;nxl hy Itucm:itum*V Harvester Co. of Australia for March orders : .otjr. ,. ' Thitt circular shown how-lo .get strictly . machinery '^<1 implement* towpTice^ and with a v*ry uvurtl outlay of rextli) mwtrv. . ? Ai»o 'tollji how togdt ft hjpli-/?1aK«KnKlish vmidolJar/meUir ,1 hermnrne^'rvvw1! I) i.1-5-0 ;?'-;,{qpwlvrr;tyinK) absolutely Jm?. . .; Renirmlti!r tlmt; tljL'Re'priCcM at:d tormi' .«R>**»j<aI»Ic'0«lv until March o!j?6. ?<..?, Addfcm tliHin ;*t thou-- nearest office,' Sri*;. ' $j<Lv Wclb^ Adldo., Ptrih or £*fcui. < ^ iiiMi.ijaiiu i ROYAL WORCESTER BON TON AND ADJUSTO CORSETS - Next time you ate in Town it will Pay You to see the charm ing New Designs now on display - in out Corset Department. Sole Agents in Victoria : PTY. LTD., 180-188 ...

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DAIRYING. TESTING CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

DAIRYING. TESTING CREAM. i tho testing &nj grading of cream ir'ahvays .fl.'subjoet ot Interest, also .Me cxpcrlcneea of experts, Tho lol .owing paper was recently rend by Hr, 7', 2, £~:nrzo at a conference oi i&yiiH-a;-*; . ' ; Tho ot cream Is a matter of ivva*. fcipovtsivic, both. to the dairy* man and creamery companies. AVe jalk ot b^ylns and selling ere aw., t;.'. is a mr.'.t;;* 01 fact, it 1? not tho pounds of crcam which aeo bought ini but the pounds of buttrrCat Vhlch tho cream contains; and the resting of cream is to determine the pounds cf buttcrfat contained iu such uvam. Hence it Cs just as important ;hat the method of testing such cream so right and Just as U is that correct ft'cl&hcs bo used in weighing any ar :icle which is sold atul bought, anil It ,s just as ncccssary that the various proci-ssvs used in testing bo correctly jnd accurately done, and that tho icnles used in weighing be in order md corrcctly bnhmccd. \vhUo the nethods in testing ...

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SHORTAGE OF RAILS. CLEARING AT GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

SIIORTAGK OK KAft.S. CLEARING AT GUNUOWKR. I Meanwhile come* the disquieting news that the work ot platelavinu is being indefinitely hung «P ro wan) of rails to lay. Rcccnilj . i response to a ' men on the work, . r. ? . j (president of tlie ^ ° * t0 Tnilcd Laborers Lnion) went to the Klmore-Cohuna railway con struction works. On Mol,d^,' Mottram sairt that SO men were un employed because no rails were The money foi the been voted by parliament and there should be no fW ti,,. ,,-nrk To aggravate malters, 50 men had been sent from Hen , digo, lmt there was nothing for them to do, notwithstanding: tlit. I promise of the Government that : they would obtain work. rije me i employed on the works had.no ob ! Sections to men being sen? along when work was available, but their arrival under existing condUions oiilv made matters worse. 11 men had not always been to RO to the other end of the liny and platelaying was at a stn.i^'lL From 15 to 20 miles of earth*oiks were read v. but otherwise ...

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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. COHONA STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. COHONA STOCK MAllKKT. Tuesday., 29tli. William Wallace & Co. report: ^;A heavy yarding came to hand, and 'therfe was the usual attendance of bnyers. We yarded 385 sheep, 94 .cattle, 116 pigs, and a quantity of , poultry and sundries. Bidding1 at auction was dull, and only a small proportion of the yarding changed hands', with the exception of pigs, which met a ready sale at decidedly low rates. Quotations:- Fat Iambs, to lis 6d; fat steers, light weights, to £6 2s 6d; fat cows, to £6 19s; bulls, to £4 Is; calves, to 36s 6d. Pigs.-Porkers, 30s to 39s 6d; good slips, 25s to 30s; others, to 28s; suckers, to 16s; smaller, to 10s 6d; sows, to ^3 is; do, with litter, to £i 4s. Poultry.-Fowl, Is 3d; rooster, Is 6d; turkey hens, 2s 9d to 3s; ducks, Is 3d.

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District News. WEE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

District News. (I'rom our Correspondents wHI'. WEH RUI>. Miss Nance arrived last week to take charge of the Gtinbower Is. land West State School, Miss Rvan the former teacher, having been transferred to a scltool in Gipps lniid. ' The new school nt I.eitchviHe- is ncaring completion, ami the open-' inpr celebrations arc expected to take place shortly. The HortonTennis plnyers visited Wee Wee Rup on Saturday, but suffered defeat by 11 panics, after a most enjoyable afternoon's play or is it work ? The surprise of the afternoon was the success of G. Symonds and V. Smith, against Horton's first pair, N. Martin -and G. Peace, A glance at the scores will show how the others fared. I.adies' Doubles.- Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Symonds beat Misses M. and A. Peace, 6-3; and bent Misses li. Hildebrant and I. Morris, 6-3; Mrs. Cleave and Miss H. Smith beat Misses H. Hildebrand and I Morris, 6-5: and beat Misses M. Peace and A. Peace, 6-5. Gent's Doubles.- F\ Southern and W. Southern lost to N. ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

Personal. Among the recruits for the Aus tralian Expeditionary Army ap pears the name of Dr Merrillees, of Pyramid, who, with Mrs Merrillees, was entertained at a farewell social at the residence of Mr Iv. L. Smith one evening last week. Warm tri butes were paid by all present, in ducing- Messrs J. McKay and Smith and Revs. Wilkinson and Stewart, to the doctor's professions! worth, and kindly regards expressed for hi* wife.

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PATHO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

I'ATirO. The continued drought is putting many farmers to extreme measures. One, who offered his cattle in the saleyards last week, accepted lis :i head for his dairy cows rather than face the uncertain future. An other, in order to save his cows, has leased a small farm from Mr. Carl Foster for six months, for which a sum of .C1 20 is the rent price. It contains about 16 acres of lucerne. On the 24th inst. Mr. 1). Russell, of Patho, was united in marriage to Miss M. A. M'Donald, of Rich mond. Some years ago Miss M'Donald was head teacher of Tor rnmbarry North State-school, when she formed a large circle of friends, who will heartily welcome her back to their midst. The happy couple will reside at I'atlio. On Friday last as Mr. H. Hall was forking straw from a stack he felt n bite on the leg. On looking down he sawth'at ho was standing : on a black snake, whifli had , fastened on to his leg. Mrs. Hall promptly scarified the bite, and ap plied Dr. Chase's antidote, after which Mr. Ha...

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THE HORSE [?]OW HORSE[?] ARE AFFECTED BY DISEASED TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

(He. n O M 3 E tow HORSta ARE AFFECTED BV DISEASED TEETH. .Mr. ll.-.L. Allnii In ".Michigan Fnnii i' writes «n follinvr.: Probably no other class of boric mnem aro BO likely to fall to koo|> ihcir horses' tooth l» proper condl liuii, or who foil no nmi Ko<Uy to recog nise tho I in |)i'i'tan "0 o! doing" so, ne tunnel s. It Ib b.< no moans Infrequent to Hud horses 1:1 farms ivuoil by up-to-date, progiess've farnn .'« iti most respects which havo been allowed tc ;et badly out of condition, simply he muse tlio owner has no true conccp Inn of what <v prominent part the .inrse'a teeth plays In his well-doing. Often tbe ownor of the farm Is troubled because uomo one of his Virscu, for no apparent reason, bo ?,tns to ro back In condition. Tho horse may bo given tho bost of treatment, fed lavishly, and oven .lotted with condition powdora, but stilt his condition becomes worse. tils com stares, ho becomes sluggish niut then weak, and finally has an attack ...

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MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

MACORNA. The concert and bull under the auspices of the Football Club took place on the 29tli nit., and proved to he one of the most successful functions ever held in Macorna. The hall was crowded. The Min strels carried through the first half of the programme without a hitch, and the following ladies and gentle men contributed to the second part :- Overrure, -Mr. H. G. Scri ven; song, "Until," Miss Davis; song. "The Sea is Hngland's Glory." Mr. J. Stedinan; duet; "Springtime," Miss Rrien and Mr Dunn; recitation. Mr.Schl:tz; song " When the fields are white with daisies," Miss Richards ; song, "The British Sailor," Mr. Mal colm; duet, " I,itlle Grey Home in the West," Miss Davis and Mr. Stcdmau; song, " Rally tip, Hoys" Mr. Peel; song, " Football," Mr. Dunn; song, Mr. II. Hunt. As soon as the concert was over Cr. Richardson moved a vote of thanks to all concerncd in making the affair a success. Mr. Andrew se conded. Refreshments were then handed round, and after these were disposed ...

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KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday 2nd Oct., 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

. ^ - KKRASC. STOCK MAKKKT. Friday 2nd Oct., 1914. 1 'v Andrew S. Mnir and uo. report r having lielil their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards 011 the above date for which only small yardinRsof -both sheep ami cattle came forward. The demand for fat sheep was any. ..thinff but brisk, and prices realised were much below best late rates. Fat cattle met with keen competition and sold at prices well in advance of . the previous market. Quotations : Sheep.-Shorn ewes, fat, 8s; lambs, "6» 6d. Cattle.-Fat cows, to £10 15h, the latter price being; obtained for a cow owned by Mr. C. Brady and fattened in the Mallee; also 011 ac. count of Messrs. R. and f. Williams, of Sand Hill I.ake, 1 fat lieifer at .?jffll, both beasts being; erreatly ad mired for. their quality; vealers, £3 14s; bulls, to £6 2s 6d; poddies, 16s. William Wallace and Co. report a light yarding at their sales, when the attendance was 011 the small side. Biddings were, dull, and sales were effected at low rates. We ...

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Pasture Seekers. POSITION AT COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

Pasture Seekers. POSITION AT COHUNA! 'The demand for irritable pasture nml lucerne lands continues unaba ted at Cohuna, in consequence of the pressure of the drought on tlie other side of the Murray. All the spare Government blocks at Mead have been let, mostly on twelve months leases, with the option of permanent tenure thereafter und er the terms of the conditional pur chase system. Local farmers, how ever, show a decided reluctunce to close with tempting offers tor .leases They see, in most cases, a decided drawback to selling off their dairy herds-some of these very large and choice, the result of years of care ful selection-at slump prices, to buy in again later at probably fam ine prices, resuming their proper ties to find them half ruined, it may be, by over watering, or the very heart eaten out of their lucer ne. Most of them appc.ir to think that it will pay better to grow all the extra fodder they can and while . keepinp: much of their stock, sell the hay at1 at tlie great...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

Auctioneers. __ Shackell, White and Co. rtv. I.TD. {Established 1S64.) STOCK and LAND AGENTS. ECHUCA, GUNBOWGR, BAR HAM AND KYABRAM. Echuca Sale -Every Saturday. Gunbower Sale-First Mon day in month. Trust moneys to lend at lowest rates. Farms for sale or to let in Goulburn Valley, Echuca and Riveriua districts. Store Sheep and Cattle always for Sale. Particulars oil application to Shackell, White & Co. Pty, Ltd. Auctioneers, Echuca. Geo. Bence & Co., r^StatJpn Agent* Trtist Moneys at Lowest Rates. Live Stock and Fire Insurances Effected. A number of properties for sale. Clearing Sales conducted any where in the State. Cohuna Sale Day, Second Tuesday in each Month AndrewS. Muir & Co. (Andrew S. Muir) STOCK & STATION AGENTS I lead Office KERANG H ranches <" ~'ira8, Lake Boga ; :v.l Swan Hill Ken.i ;, Mieep and cattle sales every second Friday. Pig sales every alternate Friday. Cohuna Stock Sale. Last Tues day in every mouth. Land and Clearin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 October 1914

TARPAULINS, FLYS, IIORSE RUGS, I'I.ACS, IMG NETS, WATER IJAGS, ? CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS, ? Best Quality and Workmanship at Lowest I'riccs. OH. COATS and KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR HIRE. WRITE ron QUOTATIONS FOE ALL KINDS OF CANVAS OOOD3. ''untry Orders Promptly Attended to. X 3 (Jhamberfin ^ V . . (late T- ilARWOOD), IIARGREAVES ST.' (OPP- Savings Hank). BENDIGO. Furniture Sale AT. MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. OAK SIDEBOARD, 6ft. £16 10 o NOW £u 10 o OAK DININGROOM SUITE .... 12 10 o NOW 8 10 o C HESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft .. 710 o NOW 4 10 o OAK BEDROOM SUITES 19 10 o NOW 15 10 o SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS all'Bevelled Glass, from o 19 6 'WICKER SETTEES 30/-, NOW 21/- each. FOLDING WARDROBES .. .. .. .. 14/6, NOW 7/11 each. WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASH ORDERS DURING SALE. CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CROCKERY Si. jKniiriV: EQUALLY REDUCED. MOftLEY JOHNSON'S. BENDIGO. SCHOLTEN BROS.; (Sons of late G. J. SCHOLTEN). MANUFACTURERS OF...

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