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FOR THE FARMER. "[?]ORRECTING FAULTS IN A COLLI[?] DOG." [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

FOR THE FARMER. .;ONNEFRRINA FAULYSIH A' COLLH DOO.'X. A'/tyrfeapondont In two '.Dflfrodcr*' asks liow to:bri)afc a;young) fhopljml dog from rnpnlug ftt the VadK.nf.eiittlo, and gctq (ho following' '*(>!.<].ndvlco:- ' ' To make a success In trailing the .i.lllo |itff)f>y/'inta thii|S8 bo wilting.'to' ' no both time and patloncc. I rr>t learn to como at call, and come at MICO, not hesitatingly or doing so r.uwillingly. When ho la called, he itioiiid know that ho is to obey, and whUo ho is being taught thin, If ho ">o favored with bits of cooked meat 'or cako and a friendly pat upon the ; tiond, ho. will readily understand Mid t*a 09 i»o ta bidden gladly. tfe.vor scold or whip him at tW« 1 period, for forced obedience dono In a snenklsh way cannot bo Appended upon. . No dog can bo expected to.obey. gracefully when ho knows tho whip la waiting for hltn. Gain his confidence by kind treatment, and his training will bo an caBy matter. If ho look* for a favor or kind...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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CATTLE. Tuesday October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

CATTI-K. ( .?''.T'uiiscniyl1 IVInhiT 1.1. The supply of rultir lo-<J:iv lh.il came' forward totalled iiIkmiI Gf)-J 'ji'ad. anil was of very indifferent "pialily, rann'iii-, about useful <« fscmd/With' the' |tri>p»*r-; Hon- chopping sorts smd stores. . Only onn or two pens. or really prime <piaH(v fiiin'1 forward. " The' usual attendant* of hnul and outside bufduTs, {oui-nwr with three Melbourne buyers wvjv operating; there were also several \isilors down, fur show, week. The marled was very linn thrmuh out for ali«iMtU»'>fniwin^ qnaWv, Mm? h«st Iradn bullocks n*;rHsfim I'M lf>s. The middling ijual:ty also commanded u'im*| at tention nn acvdfint tif I!ir* fuwrrit}* of trade liccf. T'le .jn^l m<';ity sorts, 'through tlm operations of the M'-Hnmme whole sale men. were all ul prices which were quit-e equal lo !.»!«. rubs. . Rom'1 heavy bullocks '?horthorn) seid down for show off "Pvrrirooln," were offered, and two v»>ry prim** w^r^...

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP. Monday, October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

UEiNDIOO MVB STOCK M.UIKKT. i SHEEP. . { .. - Monday, October Another good penning of sheep was forward iur to-day's sale at (he municipal, yards. Altogether juoludfng lambs,about .ol trucks arrived by rail, anil or this number over half the supply was made up of lambs. The uiimher of sheep, wilh Hie road lots, totalled about i28i. This quality generally was eboul equal- tu llto stamlard of late markets. There was a tail* number of good to prime, the hulk consisting of just middling descriptions, ewes predominating, and flic balance were stores and nodeseripts; good wethers were scarce. Hesides the usual good attendance of local and outside buy ehers, the Melbourne buyers were op erating. Tim demand -for best sorts ol trade sheep both privately and at auction wus very good, and prices realised throughout the sale were very firm at last week's full rates. Shorn sheep were especially in strong request, and sold re markably well, lliere being even a sllgh advance in prices in these bes...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

. -."C6huha Billiard Tables. . t . vhi:vu iv 1>;. ' .; II. T. RUST, .} )/l it .W-j'I'/ \' ...! ( :., ; ... f Begs to- inform'the public that; . he-has >just. completed a powerful; installation: of the Glori;i Light; .imd takes . the opportunity ..to re ? Jinnd players that, his tubles con . -tlnue open ut all tjjues. i IMS" Agent for.the Interimluxial llar i vester Comnmiy/B Machinery, of every' failcscrlptjq'{i; Hie Sim Insurant Co.; and H«lso lot Messrs, Wlllnli,; Collis nnit Wil- ' lau, Kcmiiy. ' ...Money to Lend . ' . KMSIJ .. bii Interest uiiileY 'Wills al»1 Settle-, monis,' at ldw rates, . . ' *. ''' DARVAlJ, & HQRSi'AI/1)', Solicitors, 225 Collins-street, Melbourne. - Agent: C. S. DAHVALL, Macorna. ; . For Sale, , 1 Uluck Orpington ami White tegliorn Cocketels, and pens of Indian Runner and Mtoscovy Ducks. Apply J * . ' > .. 4 lVJvBS'riiR,' . ?Cobuna. '1 M; Harwood, [' and .Ta^aiijin -"Maker.1 ! HAMMOCKS, WATER BAGS, ,. -Etc. '"..Vfitwndah Awiiings a 'Special...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, October 8 [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

BENDIGO PIQ MARKET. Tliursdny, October 8 . Messrs. Mason: tiros. report:-A lieav; Yarding of pigs penned Tor to-uay s sale comprising nn Increased supply of '"J.P"1'; urs, with the average yarding of porkor> anii tlie usual number of atoms. kocai and outside traders were well representee, arid Lidding for all fat pigs was sP'f'ted. "and splendid priccB ruled. .lll,J lYcmn" lor store piss wasremarkably dull, nn prioes receded . on last week b reduced rates 'in consequence. liacoueis.-AH descriptions in uiis division realised ex f.nntloimlly lilfe'h values, niul prlccs »] most cases showed a slight Improvement Porkers.-Best pigs solu readily at full market rates, but Tot' middling s^l3-»sn}!;:. wero irregular and prices fin mKt ln stanoos were easier. j-. Sloros.-Odd pon. ot jitcq conditioned pigs sold nt figures on II niii* \Vltli last woeft's rates. b»t f0,r Inforlor sorts sales were hard to effeot. Quotations:-Best baconerB, £4 18B: medium do.; £ft 12a to U * t±J do., £2 18s to ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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"Mistaken." [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

"Mistaken." If we are not mistaken, the Co- , liuna Comedy Club's entertainment at l'rantz's I-Iail oil Tuesday night is the first attempt ever made to stage a play by an amateur drama tic company at Cohuna. As such it is entitled to sympathetic con sideration. The piece chosen for this trial essay was denominated by Mr. Verne, the organiser, a " bur lesque comedy." This places the performance, as well as the compo sition itself, outside the pale of criticism; because a burlesque im plies a farce carried to a grotesque absurdity. Considered in that light, the performance may be said to have been entirely true to its professed character. But it is rather a pity that the organiser did not select for his initial effort a type of art with a little more body in it that is, something that would have lent itself to real dramatic interest. It is hard to make an empty sack .stand upright, aluV most amateurs ? find it easier to act a sober part than to act the fool. And then, is it not' mista...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Charged on Suspicion. A VEXED CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

Charged on Suspicion. A VICXED CAS!'. James Kddy, a groom, residing at Colnitia, was charged Ik;fore Mr. Bartold, P.M., at Colutna police court on Tuesday with having hail iin.liis possession on the 1st Septem ber at Colmna, a bridle. suspected of haying been stolen. The accused pleaded riot' Riiilty. 1 Inspector nhugcy, who appeared fjor tlie prosecution, said that ou the 1st .September., the accused wits met near Column by Constable SaiH blebe, who had just previously 'received a report froiit Kcratii; to the effect that a bridle had bei-ii stolen. SusiKcting liddy, he askod him if lie had a bridle. Mr. Richards; 'For'the defence, said tlmt this was tlnTtlilrd prose tjon for theifllMld'Jffcrice. . : . | Inspector I)ungey~said tjmtac (jused Jmd beqn previously dismissed mi a cHarfjo of larceny nt Kerang, Qii a'technical ^oinf.." , ..... . ! Nr. Richards asked the Inspector if lie:liad nny fresh facts to bring forward. The Inipfector': I lihvi^ltot.' Mr.. Richards submitted tlwt the...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE MOST PROFITABLE PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

THE MOST PROFITABLE PIG. The pis; which Id deep In the heart .unl rmmti the ribs will, ot necessity, produce n larger quantity ot first-rlas* hat on-\iz., prime back anil r»t?s than an animal that if} llqhtchcstM -iml flat-Hided. This Is one of tin; valuable purls of the animal. ruU it tbeieloro desirable to add m much aj possible lo its weight. Look in;: nt lite matter from n breeder's nn.I pUvfueder'a standpoint, the pis that la deep In the heart and round or ivril'.iprung.ln the ribs, ivlll certainly lit? ;i wood feeder, because be has plenty of room for Ills stomach, liver, heart, and all tbo main organs. Hound* noss of rib nearly always Indicates a Rood constUqtlon; flntnces of rib the reverse. A pig well aprimg In t!i<* rlba will-carry conuldernbly more meat on the bone, amt have the ribs better clothed with llesh. than one ot differ out conformation. *;\VI)jr, gracloua, pa/' said tbo only daughter, "what In the world arc those queer arrangements you have plated In ...

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GUNBOWER STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

? . ' ; . I OUNHOWKR STOCK SAI.I?. Slinckell, White and Co. Pty. Ltd. report J1- On Monday, '5th inst.. wl held our monthly sale at Glinbower. A moderate yarding of stock came forward to the usual attendance o buyers. . Sales were difficult to effect, except at low'~prices. W> sold:-Store cows,- in low order, 14s per pair; yearlings, 8s per pair, good slips, 13s to i5s ; small slips. 7s 6d to 9s. : . , -- «:

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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[?]EEDING SHEEP. The Careful and the Careless Man. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

tEDINQ SHEEP. The Careful and tho Carcleit Man. It la somewhat curlouu ta notice that, notwithstanding what has been writ* ton nrnl preuOhod, ruid. Indeed, In splta of a recognition of the vnluo of the system, few farmers who go In for mixed, farming operations really en ter upon tho raising of whoop on Hues . likely to ensure success. After all, with moat of tho farmers It la a slip* aho4 method, and this Is not indicated so surely ns In tho provision for the Bheop. Tho moat successful frirmera always take care that enough artificial food is raised for tho sheep to pass them over an ordinarily dry period* Tho man who muddles Along, however, simply depends upon his wheat crop to. pass him from ono period to an* other. Ho cither cannot afford tho iimo or will not mntic it to provldo a crop which may bo used to advantago to carry his young sheep on or tho old ones forward until there is sum* clent grass for them to depend upon. Ono need not mention any state-the samo rule npplles to t...

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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. KERANG PIG MARKET. Friday 9th Oct., 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

, J L COMMERCIAL, DISTRICT .MARKETS, j V ,, j KKKASVi I'lfj' Jlitk'KKT. '7; ' ' . Andrew S. Muir'rind Co. .lfcfoort' having held their ilsital fortnightly' sale of piRs nt their bazaar oh the above date, for Which a good supply of both fat and store pigs came to hand. Baconers met with keen coin petition, and sold at prices a good deal In' ridVancfc'of the previous ihar ket. - forkers were aboiit equal to late inarket' rates. Stores were in good demand. We yarded 45 fats and 43 stores. Quotations Fats. Prime baconers, to . ,63 13s; light weight do to £2 19s; porkers, .to £i 8s 6d. Stores, to £l 19s 6d; others, to £l 4s; small pigs, to JOs.

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

ROTAL WORCESTER BON TON AND ADJUSTO CORSETS Next time you are in Town it will Pay You to see the charm- ing New Designs now on display in our Corset Department.   Sole Agents in Victoria: BALL & WELCH PTY. LTD., 180-188 Flinders Street, Melbourne.   Health and Beauty! PEARS' SOAP Is Matchless for the Complexion. ROBUR TEA. No. 1 Grade is Delicious Family Tea ! THE ROBUR TEA COMPANY. Jas. Service & Co. | Thousands of £ Saved to Farmers who take advantage of the special offers made by International Harvester Co. of Aus. for orders booked before April 1st, 1914. Machines and Implements of the very highest class, Low prices and wonderfully easy terms. Prompt service and genuine satisfaction. Send for a Free Pamphlet before it's too late to act. BRIS., SYD., MELB., ADE., PERTH & L'TON. SUNSHINE Lucerne Cultivator! Reduces Labor to a Minimum. Cuts out practically all tre- foil, grass and weeds, with- out unduly damaging the lucerne. Stirs ...

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Not a Sp[?]k. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 16 October 1914

Not a Speck. The mistress came downstairs and tried the door of the sitting-room only to find it locked against her, while the key, which was usually in the lock, was missing. "Bridget. I can't get into the par- lour." she cried. "Sure ?????meself knows that; an'   ye won't, fur I have the kay in me pocket " "Open the door immediately !" "Will yer go in' if I do?" "Certainly I will." "Then you don't get that kay." "Open the door immediately. What do you mean?" "Shure it's by your orders. Ye said yesterday, "Don't let me come downstairs in the mornin' an' see any dust on the parlour furniture.'' So I just put the kay in me pocket, and says I, 'Then she shan't.'"

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LUCERNE AND ITS POSSIBILITIES [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 October 1914

LUCERNE AND ITS POSSIBILITIES Tho Illinois Alfalfa Gruwcra' in^ ciation is but ouo year of ngo, yot ifc has'bccomo a flourishing orgauifla tiou composed of- tUo boat lariuora oi? tho state, won with progrcssivo idea* und who practica upM,o-uato methods, men who know und appreciate tho »uluo of alfalfa ami arc anxious tlmtj others may loam to grow it. Ono ot tho speakers at tuo rocout moot* ing of tno association "was tho presi* uent, Hon. A. 1*. Grout, who tii discussing tho subject said iu part: "After twenty years' oxporiunco it* growing alfulia, 1- liavo conto to thw concluMoit that tho avorago yiold per annum, under tho ordinary oi: usual conditions which ptovail in Civ it nil iiliuois, uhould nut bo loss than ftvtt lona per nwo. 1 liavo not always grown this amount, but that was when 1 was getting experi ence ami learning how. 1 am doing it now, and whenever I fail it is nob tho fault of tho plant, but beeauBo I have not done my paa-t " or complied with some of tho conditions o...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Not a Speck. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 October 1914

Not n Speck. Tmp mi«tre<«: efime ilou-jj>tjur,s ami fno<l tho «Toor of the siffirttr-fooin* only to fln 1 if loeke<l o^flinst her. while the key. whieh was u>unlly in the lru'l;. \va> mining. "Jlri«ljrri. I enn't irot info Hie p,ir -yi-«"7-.-»i--v in ^ lour. Hiio med, " "S'nv, it'< nu^eli' knows that; aw4 >'.? won't, fnr I ltnvt" the kny in roe tlj- door immediately!" "Will ye/. *,'o in if I do?" "Certainly 1 will." '.Then y«:i ilon't .u't't that "Open Jh" door immediately. What <i» yon neap?*' . w "Shitro it'-: hy your nrdeiv. Ye suit! ye^ernjiy. "Don't let me nunc liownstnirs in HIP inornin' an* see any clu«t oi**'.he pnvlnnr furniture.' So T just puts the fcn.v in me poejeet, r.n' ?buys I. 'Then she flk^n't/"

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Head Works Boiler Question. AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING. FURTHER INVESTIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 October 1914

Head Works Boiler . Question. AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC MKliTING. KURTHRR INVKSTIGATION. There was :i representative nttcii dance of between 30 ami *1o irriga tors at the public meeting held a Frantz's Hotel on Saturday nigh to consider the question of the al leged insufficiency of boilers at the Coliutm headworks. Mr Hahmeier attended on behalf of the Water Commission. Apologies were se ceived from Messrs G. Canvnrdine and Newtead. Mr A. H. Reid, who was voted to the clmir, explained at some length the circumstances that had led to the calling of the meeting, as previously detailed. Suspicion that the boiler capacity was inade quate was first impressed upon his mind when he visited the head works several months ago with sev eral others. Representations were made to Mr Kreutzer who, how ever, thought that the plant was highly efficient and not at all like ly to give trouble. Since then, however, the drought had develop ed, and the Murray was low, invol ving an increased strain. It would b...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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His Golden Text. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 October 1914

His Golden Text. A Sumtar Sebool service wa.q held )ti church a few months ago, and the tcaehdr had thonprlit that in order to make t»if? .service snore impri>*?ive if ' would he a good plan to have ?i\ year old Johnnie to t!i*» rostrum ami repeat Hie golden text of the monittit;. This Jolwure rf'onsonted t/v do. The text \vn«, "I am the bread ofjife/* . When if ? ame lime for .Johnnie's part of the* programme ho arose from hi* seat with ? ealm asenrnnee. and -\vj:ll;od -boldly down Iho ni-de t<> Mm rosirum. Owe np<»n the roslrnn. with the sea oT l'a<4e< ronfrnnhni: hhsi. .foltuutfV ealm «s«itrafiee ^nd denly left him. Thins- locked caliiolv rMiTerenf. from the platform. He hc ^'iatrd. standing firs! nu one fool and then on to the other. Finally, in a ^hal'injr ..oiro, lie* slumtcd: ..f am-a loaf*-nf bread."

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Tennis. MEAD V. HORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 October 1914

Tennis. MKA1) V. MORTON. A match was. played at Mead on Saturday last against a team from the llovton Chit), wliicli resulted in a will for the home team. The weather was rather boisterous for tennis, but nevertheless an enjoy able afternoon was spent. The Mead ladies provided afternoon tea, which was much appreciated. Scores : Gibson and Peddiu beat G Peace and Martin, 9-0; beat Henty and Hird, 9-3; beat Les. I'eace and lieu. Hore, 9-2. Saudow and Ro bertson lust to I'eace and Martin, 6-9; lost to Henty and Hird, 5-9; beat I.es Peace and Res Hore, 9-4. Scheir and Chalmers, lost to Mar tin and Peace. 0-9 ; lost to Henty and Hird, 6-9; beat I.es Peace and Reg Hore, '>-9. Totals-Mead 62, Horton, 52. . Misses Guy and Chalmers be Misses A. Peace mid Morris, 6-5' be it Misses li. Peace and Morris, 6-1. Mis'ses M'Donald beat Misses Peace, 6-0; beat Misses A. Pence and Morris, 6-1. Totals-Mead 24, Ilortou, 7. .Grand Totals,- Mead 86, Hor ton. 59. COHUNA V. WHK WKIi lU'P. These teams met...

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How He Got His Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 October 1914

How He Got His Idea. Christmas WHS not too far distant, Mid Willie had been making somo privtile in vesications. At last he cateehised his mother like this: "Mnnu.ia, does Santa Clans get in iii« sleigh on Christmas Eve and .ti: e J!4-o:::id tt< Ml Hi houses or ali *!..= I'tile boys ni:d girls?" "Yes, .'.ear.'" "He must be pretty quick to visit «U the tittle boys anil girls in one uight." "He is. dear." "Well, I don't believe lie docs it in Hint way." was Willie's next thought ful remark; "I believe he plans ahead -Sfias"doep-s«TOo of his:.-wo*k before hand." "What makes you think so. Wil lie?" "Well. I-I-- notice that he's got ill the things T asked for put away on the top of the elnset shelf already, that's all."

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Our Boys at Broadmeadows. MR. T. J. CRANWELL'S IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 October 1914

Our Boys at Broad meadows. MR. T. J. CRANWKI.I.'S IMPRESSIONS. Excellent accounts continue to be received by their relatives aiul friends from our Colnnm boys at Nearly every one of them i» sticking steadily to res' pond to the country's call in tin's; greatest of all wars-this war of humanity against inhumanity; of justice against most barbaric iuitis tice. Judging from the tone of the let. ters received the men are in tlit highest spirits and taking enthus iastically to their new life.. Mr 'j\ J. Crauwell, his tunny friends and act|uiiitauce will be interested to learn, has succeeded in migrating irom the Second to the First Expe ditionary Force, having passed all the required tests. lie is attached at present to the 1) Squadron of H*6ti, l ight Horse. J lis eomU' J°lIs Hunter remains with the frl, m'5'- *-sce occas loiully , Mr Ciaiuvell writes, "He with Ins drill,,01,(1 ,s cvw "r - a moustache. Hc seems thorough l> happj 1 am officiating asSmm |Iro.» clerk. all hopeto ge .p t...

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