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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. Friday, Oct. 23[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

I ISCIlOCA , STOCK. SlAKKIJTi: ; v:'C Irriday4.Oct.,53:*tl,.:> S I ! '.Slmcktell, White and| fcip^.Hty/.Ivtd! roiloi't ;rrr- GtttUo:-^- Aifair-yarduiK'Ot |:attle Avnft' penned ? for.competition:tol Iny. T.be. deimlnd;' for :.:trado»'cattlc} vu&ikecnV anil .priceK'Mif/tiftl tOi last vciiktr: '.The presence; .of.-a-buyer: from he :iirighted: areas at: .Column- for fresh store cattle'provided an element t)f. competition for: the store .-puis; which: venabled .; us' -i to r tffect a - full fclearan'ce. We said Fat cows, to |67; fat heifers/liRht, ^5 ] 5s; 2-yeari | bid heifers, fresh, 28s ; 2-yeariold Steersi fresh, 25s to 31s; Rood-'lybar-! jiiiRi, ,:l{ls; 'vounn' cowsv 22s;. 'COWs.j jiKcd and low condition, liyit'o:l4s^ kliritlginK heifers,,ftp ^,.3; milkc'fti, tq i(iV spraining heifers, ordinary, 35sj tihe'ep.rr- A full yarding of fat kheepj find a good attendance of.'the'trade; Crossbred sheep, prime shorn, to 16;i (idj, do wethers, to!12s lOd; do ewesj (irime, ih ivooli'...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

;,.HBN.Dinp: ,PIC. -MAflKBTiiv Tliiir.4ila}','.'fiVlcitiV>r" 5 1 .V.' nill' lar'pln fitl' lo-thiyW'' jsalo. cqnipHsInffi.aJi description:*, Ciuwinfc jfrrnf/'Y»r(/no* bufri/)f?r.s Arttl4 porkrirrf "dMvji. llO'iAyrll-srown <hiiii. un^luMotfflittrlpwms ; 5of(.s/^r»jH. aiiihynuuy T,h»i si]pjiI>VU iilltncflliitely Mislaid plus \vasjn-«oo«l pro-. ifuv i^Vnrrttk*" lyyp'nMlft I'Wntf.vtTi'=f«ilv whilh tho offei}-'' hIww,*va* .a. k»mm1 .dr.il nhnvi'' flu'' Jivorftjfp pf'imillgrV for vV»frt«» I inn- b;irk. Tbero WAtf '':v\SuM\ '»f local nm| -I'liiw ,^u(l jr;nhr/ toiyorjii .AvhilftTtfifl. competitionWiMi. Hal-. Iqmt.imynr /.or.rynimir frtnyo .soyl.s-oppr'W ti0l1>.nlv'iri(', uiarVM' jit. o fnr.^o 'sorts.'' ;p):imiv(faAot:iplloiis-. uf jUiesa) rof frtfct'-jiiMI' «!?:! sjitlsfuf»lc<ry;iannul orr a pap'WiiliHhn Mat. iWv.» IMtiJfM: Prliho jiftrkors a!s,o uiol Wita.-T.^.OO' inrtnilj' ami- VcfhTMvnia'rlutf/iy'vroif,"\vlu(M j»i f!!U[ca«(» oC,juofliiiinf;fJoHCiih.)Ui)iii*'...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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CATTLE. Tuesday, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

} ; : : BATTLE. ' | J I ... Oclobfr . ! i ', Tile , yardiiiK' of /iitlle forward ? fnl jjiilii'M-rtny'at'lllo'-lluniligri' 'yards1;'\Vafc Wirtnt of tlln.'supply that hns! Iicon?:' inp ; tiffcv of late, (fin total Viitsiliaa't .flit; market opened (lull '. V all" e.Mwtoi:, !lif.,?litir,l:iKO ,of li'iii'ks f«r. "ti .M.Rl^i.qiirnf' ntyot-s'-wat;'llin dlre.iH mi' Its "of llnill^i iiK'.tlipir ititi-cliasr.it,: niid lii'lnt?1 wMtmtt, lU,i;lr., i-imu»>t!tinn tlio inliWIinir.mid i>se(. Ifllf/gtl.ntle-i . suffeml. ei-eatly. ,,'Thr. |lfwmill' frtr- prime Trflef-iy.is'-'nfit'Hp'1p laleM»ark(|ts.-.as. soi(in:«.f- f.he.'lornl ./ana ' ntiUmn ,liiitclii;rs Ipil.:supplies (»j. Iiati'l .' ahrt 1 wbr'Q'ncrt-optfrntinK -and prices' for; lioet-vJas..fniiy f 1 lullq\v 1 In-I Kyenk'S. full .rates. Tbr... prima , ynuntr' 'tt-p'-i'MniY rv'un fcnir to Ave .htintli'ed' jwns In'iliOfhdRt'cIonrlnnd.1 liiit' lii(> i-ftn'f li^rH.^ini^/iniidespi'.ipl. sfirtS'jVijrfl )mM 'I1' 15.0$; t>*Mto-.-6(ny#."&am...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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District News MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

.£\*i: f * J * * i'''V ' f. . . ,i J , (1; roni our, CorrcsppndiMit J. I'j-tv' ?' MAGORNA.>;/" M. i . i The Miicormvi.cricketew, hud a; Hfaelicp. lnatRlicWiUi ;Tragowel. 011 Jast ,,pii !Vt!]cj- >facorii;i. ground. 'I'iie visitors \voii,,jjv) J.0/ nnis- , -'HSiidriia-j [ililv 'tlieiH fifW' <!wn|/e tHJibn^'samL' 'tfe-mbWoW1' 'apilust' I>#Wft7d.it''Pyrhmi<T. ? ' ' ":l "Tlie'!/n>o'iillily meeting of .the' Progress Association was'Mittd "on Monday .nigliT 'last: ' If 'was de cided to go 011 with the Hospital Stinda^i'.d^Uloii^jrjttibn J'iisiml, unless die''pyriiinidLTJaiwT"fall in with a their visit iintil'the end of the summer. By that time it is'hoped that con clitionn .v.'iU'bermorefyyora^le for/a, successful gathering. Several of tlici "district schools are clqsejlj,on,accoiiptiot the iiiqislys. Tjyp. .case,s', are .rented .pjipngst. tiie jScfi'olnrs drilie Macor/i'fVsciiQoi' InTt so Tar iio'iifctiAVrlias'bc'cli'taUeil' Mtllhol,f'I?h(5 co'miiI:Hht; i...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Cohuna School Concert. A SUCESSFUL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

Aj iVCfy. .,ciijoyijl)|e. nud. superior concert' was given at l-Yantz's Hall last Thursday evening in aid of the f , th.e, local State-ScJippJ, .and ill'.pa'jfteiflnr,' ti^raiijc,'im.Qney.', io .?,lsnjl>crs\,s>vi»ui|jii')K bggMijg'j ay . cxcellcMit site uear/tlii; pi^f ur^liuil' tpwii '(.,vveir.y, 'Nearly" ,tfic.,i>rograi^uc was, l'ffe,\7,(U-'c|:ljy populiir visiting artjiits. frMitK,erpuK,.(r\-ipdi:sCrdssiiiK tuj'd Bilrliani, who generously responded, to n .special .appeal by Mr. .I S. in tliis respect. Th'ey were grSet'dd by'n laVge.'and 'apiircciHtivi* audience.' ;Each item was'well re-' ceived and ,in, almost .every in staj^cp^iJiearlily .rcucored. . The >Ya.j1^ .K«i'eraljy. ex.-, !. j,..CJoliiiiitv."' residents; "jkMt ;fie.'^ejt;, :ii(.V «;l r^y,; ,o pppjr J ii|| Vtifore ,(l(e pj>ei)j jig, of, tlie cpu,-,' cqH u'ivjeU-kiio>yii'districtresident hjyid^d 'Mr,. Rr' ^^^eati^^liq.lR'atlJ teqcjier, ;t welcouit!. dpuatjon 'af,)£2, tlie's^inm|;.K.|jasiiV:',.;;, "iii bp...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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COMMERCIAL DISTRICT MARKETS. KERANG PIG MARKET. Friday, 23rd Oct., 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

|}' /'? 'r,,;IlCOMMEUCIALy;r .DlSTRilETi.rMABKETS. -i ki'ka.n'C; vie.., MAftkiiT.; 'j' . I''riilajj 23rU'6Qt.,U9I4'. | I Andrew- S;Muir ;aitd hC,o. ,repord i naviiiK Held- their, usual i:fottnij;htl>j | ^alc-of Ipifis at their bazaar .on' tlid : ibovti <latti( for which la.cge .yarding:) 9f.l)0th fat a store .pitf;; came; forward J jloavyr1weight sowsfjUJtit, with:,fctUtj competition, and sold .aMrrices fo late .ruling,rates(; ,;l!rime bacauenj Were in flood! demandjiaiuLpriceS ob-i tained were equal to the .previouij market. . There,,was..a. pood.tleiuaiuj far. stores; at prices.VuiicH Jielo^v .latq fates. ? Quotations :-I-ats.-: .Heavy iveiglit sows, to ,6<l;; prime ba| doners, to .£3 10s; liKht,-}yqiKht'dor t<f £2. i8s;: porkers, lb,' jCz. 5s.£d. S.t,oi;es; ^eders',,6I Ap*i .sjip.-jj 13s, 6d j siiinii piRs, .^o.fis..p."" 1

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WEE WEE RUP. TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

.fM«EK:-.WKKt.RUF. A match ' betweeil" t'h(? "Hoftili' iWM^ ^i«svfPP,k 011 .Salufiliiy,.'iiitl r.ttsuUgiV'wiiiwin IMffi.-ffSrti * ««&-, ^{PV W.tP %)Mt iny};fc, ,'Ioyfcr, ;fe$ ;:> IKMfJ (IPjHK JB-Jwssss MiKiP'i'r^'A ywV-'Jti/M'yy. iHi'.jb jut!} v 11! i k I * i oijnt. Jaj i) ^wqr.,:awj;.$,,,. Southern, 0-2;, and lost, to,,{5. SOfttticMfln* Wt'.SdtffliW.Ve. JWfiM bifida'-' $6titl JmtyW WlVfefthdH? ,<5u4i AW teitl^Nayiir lyid; Wf^SaiVtlC ijfffti(rJgr// a '.o/uof »n .iimmoj '4 s6&* S^'ginic^ j' ..viwiimn no 7r»Jom>

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AN IRISH BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

AX JIMSH BltiDE. J*, was tbe wo»lilj/ig of I'at am) . aixt tlu»y were having a church . it ivn» a graud affair. Pat . lirestfctLwth ipateut leather ahoeH. ilnmmg tuv Bridge? .:*hoitL» nilvuctvvoly m imuiv culouis. fho vurvnxony won over, nnrt the hnj«n v7»ix walkiM . Ootvn tli<» nisi.* iwm «,.. . . vJXtQ. tUo *trt\Qtt »uIwrr a .crow < . jroi«k«M thorn with 'IuIijtUn Our-^catoil willjiu t})!;. nth, c. >*mre<) v&vor to-i'at'ami s?nil, ht a And \ ii}Mpi>r: if: wo cou'ii on/y h.iv* and* watcii©if mmisra paw. vouldo-t it hmy b#os > mm***'

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SOME FACTS ABOUT TIN CANS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

SOME FACTS A'KO'OT TUT CAKS. i'oispuinx by goods will not .occur if i;aro ia exorcised iu thoir t$ii ; lection, Never purchase can* with tv/o lumps of sohler, ns this sho*,vs that the ^011 touts had -\rorkcti and bo had to i»e boiled over and repealed. ]f thi tup of caii bulges outward do not tak» the can, as the contents arc ferment ing, and, if iingor is pressed on cat .nd dent falls rigot hack in plu^o ps noon as finger is removed, the same is true, R9 it is tlio gas which quicklv pushes the tin back in pJaee. 1/ a . ran jh bent or duntod one niav'be an -vuroU thnfc the contents are" in fiw» count: (- .*. Always empty the contents cu > soon as pos»iblo, as leaving f.*io t*. «ts in tin, after o.vposuig to tlio u.r, will be apt'to-'make them ..poiL ,

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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TASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

TASTE. Mankind has ngreod to regard TasU «s the humblest of the senses. Kvoo people who enjoy their food arc asbam od to say so; ami wo have been taught to ridicule the Spanish King who. a* "ler he had dined well, always felt thai his subjects wcr* fcappv. Yet of Mr Bultitudc it is written that he seemed to enjoy that "happy after-dinner eon dtticn c£ perfect satisfaction with oue self and <V'n^9 in general which is tlis natuv-.u -.'.nc of a pood cook, a gr.ou ...)() a good digestion"; and j. : ' .> *;iold described a busy man . «.-,4 all his dreams by the aid ui -n-.i rnat has tho true flavour of tin? ." As people undervalue th< blessings o£ Taste, so, naturally, they <lo not compassionate its IOLS. Yet J tliir.k Bean Stanley would have boon a happier and a healthier man if he had been encouraged to eat by the in ..er.tive of Taste, aud not merely by the fooling of faintnejs if tho meal' was forgotten. Harriet Martinetau was born without tasto or...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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DERBLICTS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

r DEBBLXCT8 AT SEA. . < The report of the Departmental Com .oitteo appointed to inquire as to tfc« moaainra at present taken to pretrct .hipping trom the dangers of Heating dorelicts and sunken obstruction!*, au<J 03 to what charges, if any, are desir able, has been issued in London. Toe Uommittco have coine to tin conclusion that tho number et dan fcorona derelicts of the high se:\s U not great, and that tho risk of ves sels striking them is chiefly confined ?G tlie waferh portion of the North Atlantic. They do not, however, mini mise the gravity of the conseqm nee* which might arise from a collision with a dorelict. Tho larger derelicts n:el with are usually wooden vessels, and as this class of vessel is gradually he ing displaced by steamships the dan ger from derelict* bo r. de Ircasing one. The Committee arc of opinion tlr.it tho derelicts in the North Atlantic arc mostly of American origin anil thai they are, as a rule, woodeu or timber Jad^u vessel? whic...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO DO BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

JIOW TO DO Hl'St.VESS. A eonimer.-ial, representing a Jarg. moiiHt'aeturh.g lirtn, was working 44 uc*» ^roun»l" with a lino ot* novelties, an r<sor« wore lew and far between. Knterin;.j the hc.rting house of a cim rain provincial town, ho only presents hss tanl, only to be toM by the man:, ger there was really nothing th.;. wore wanting In Lij line, having l'uii' bought. "Will you permit me to show yo a 1'evv ot! our leading samples?" queriei the traveller. " No, sir; no. Wc really can ?t spar< von any time-at present," was tin crushing reply. " U'oll, sir/" persisted the knight ot the road,44do you tulail me having a took at them?. L haven't seen there .myself - for thrco "weeks!''

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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AMILY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

. AMITjY TJTE. 'I'. »'» m hardly any family life in llti-jui.'l. The men spend two-thirds if their time away from home, either at woru or in journeying to and from thoir place of work or in the club or in the publiehcuse. Puring the remain ing one-third they mostly either fdeon or cat* The children are at school or on errands or play about ia tho streets. Nobody^n England has particularly elose rations with the relatives of bis ©r.-her fasnUv. This is tho great secret ^xclniivencss' ot ihe %0TTiS. Tiore,inhy t>o exceptional caaoi where th« husband "works at homo &a irtUt or "writer, or idles about as a rich man. Such homes, however, arc For the most part as unstable as those depleted \»y Strindberg in^his plays. Tho theatre in England has foT its thief object to servo as a refngo from the dullness oE evenings at home. The KngHsh never think of the members of thoir family as of friends, but always aa of relatives only. Domestic habit are viewed as a duty; all other habits ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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DROUGHT AND IRRIGATION [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

DROUGHT ANI) IRRIGATION 1'aialvMug am! mischievous as tin' present drought undoubtedly j-;t't .'it and lasting benefits to Aus Ii";ili;in agriculture are likely to arise lit ui i:. It will <lo immense good iiNi.--ix.ctiw ul !>.y teaching nortli ru farmers, as j>i.-rjiaps only tuisfor tuue c.m. tin- prime necessity ami value of systematic irri,uation. This is a lesson that has needed to be learned even iu the in Ration dis t: ictr-. IVw among northern iiriga lionists have apparently realised the immeasurable adx'an'age o.l hax* i'.'.g almost unlimited supplies of xx-aler at their elbou* at what is, in spite of all that has been said ill hitler complaint of it, a remarkably cheap rale. So far from apprecia ting this agriptiltural blessing, many have openly despised it. A diS^rcnt snivit is now coming to possess the agricultural liiiud. -No longeiMlo fanners quarrel and pro tect because they have had compul sory water allotments put upon them. They are coming to see th...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Monday, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

BEND1G0 1,1 VIC STOCK MARKET. SllliUP AND LAMBS. aTSKi Mowlny. NavcmhiT 2. Tills being Melbourne Cup week, and I on account of the dilllculty in obtaining I trucks from the Hallway Department, to- I gether with the wish of many to attend the ratios in Melbourne on Tuesday, a double sale of sheep and lambs and eat lle took place at the Heudlgo yards. The supply of sheep was far more than was expected for sale to-day, mid muubeml about 54*20. There was a full attend ance of the trade, and also Iho Mel bourne freezer buyers. The best sheep were very limited, but for these the mnrjeot opened linn, and competition throughout was well sustained- Qt prices showing a (rood advance on t/ie inst quotations. Kur the middling quality of which the bulk of the. supply consisted, the demand was about the same as those ruling a week ago. Old ewes and the poorer sheep were hard to sell, though the prices obtained were nbout equal to the reduced rates prevailing of late. Quotations:-Prime crossbred w...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Irrigation at Gunbower West. COMPULSORY ALLOTMENTS. PETITIONING THE MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

1 Irrigation at Gunbower ! West. i < COMPULSORY ALLOTMENTS. F PETITIONING THKMINISTER j ' The failure of the Kow Swamp water supply system this spring lias left a number of landholders in the Gunbower West district utterly stranded. But the most exasperat ing circumstance is that now, when water is at last coming down from , the Torrumbarry pumps, the Gun bower West folk have to Rive pre ference to people scores of miles lo" wer down, on the ground tluit the Gunbower West irrigators nrc not carrying the compulsory rate, whereas the irrigators lower down are. Such a state of affairs could un der no circumstances be tolerated a moment longer than is absolutely necessary by cultivators having any proper regard for their own inter ests. The upshot has been the bold ing of a meeti"g of those afflicted at the Horton-Leitchvile Hall on Wednesday, when the whole situa tion was discussed and a remedy the only one the case admits of decided upon. There was a completely repres entat...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday 30th Oct., 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

COMMERCIAL DISTRICT MARKETS. KKKAN'd STOCK MARKKT. Friday 30lh Oct., 19M Andrew S. Muir unci Co. report having held their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards 011 the above date, for which only a smnll yarding of cattle came forward. We cleared the whole yarding at prices equal to best late rates. Quotations:-Fat bul locks, light weight to £>!?, fat cows, to ^5 8s; bulls, to £6 12s; poddies, 6s 6d.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE LAST STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

THE LAST STHAW. The Jones' wito giving a small din ner party, nod liUlo Willio had pre vailed (iu his futhcr to bo allowed lo stuy up. Willio iviib strongly caution ed by papa to bo on his very beat bo« haviour, mid in particular, to only sneak when ho was spoken to, Doing tlirontenod with serious cousctjucnrcii, Willio had given tho usual promises. Tho kuphU arrived nnd nil wont noil until the hecf was iieiitfs served. nnd thou littlo Willio hecamo native. 1'upu, ritrvcru in hand, wnn trying to avoid ft skewer which had heen left in tho joint' nnd hi* fitco was becoming Hush and .angry looking. .Suddenly n liltlo voiro plpod out, "I'apa. cook did bum her uuso.n I'npu'H fuco darkened, his manomroa to dod^o that jdcowor voro cjuilo un successful. "Now, my tn»y," !'<?. gnn led, "you romemhor what I told you." "Wb papa." tho littlo chap persisted, "hut bho did hum her Vo*o SO badly." Tho company became cmious. and ft gri*y old gentleman votituiodMo remark "PfrhnpH father wil...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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District News. (From our Correspondents.) MEAD. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

District News. (From our Correspondents.) MEAD. TENNIS. The CohuiM team journeyed to Mead last, Saturday, and were beaten nfter a Rood (tame. The Mead ladies provided afternoon te-i which was much enjoyed by all. The scores were :~ ? Gents' Doubles.-King and Har ris beat Lewis and Scliier, 9-8; and beat Chalmers and Robinson, 9-7; anci lost to Peden and Gibson, 7-9. Irvine and Douglas be.it Gibson and Peden, 9-8; and beat Robinson and Chalmers. 9-8; and lost to Lewis and Scliier, 6-9. Frnser and Cab ill beat Robinson and Chalmers, 9-6; and lost to Gibson and Peden, 3-9; and lost to Lewis and Scliier, 3-9. Ladies.- Mrs. Hutchinson and Miss Douglas lost to Miss Guy and Mrs. Scliier, 0-9; and lost to the 1 Misses M'Donald, 2-9. Misses Tempany and Burnett lost to Miss Guy and Mrs. Scliier, 1-9; and lost to the Misses McDonald, 2-9. Totals.- Mead, 109 Raines ; Co liuna 70 games.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, Octobcr 20. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

BENDIGO PIQ MARKET. Thursday, Octobcr 20. Messrs. Mason Bros, report:-A heavy yar«ling of pips forward for to (j.iy's sale. Jiml the quality on the whole was eveept'onaliy good. bidding for best pigs wis fairly keen, am! in some instances Into good values were sus tained, The tone, of the market for secondary rif>Krripl:nns was, however, very weak, and sales hard, to efTect. Nnconers.-Tins division was fully re presented, and for best quality pigs buyers operated at low rat»»s; medium conditioned pigs were not in request. Porkers.-Xiee conditioned handy wefghls so)d nt last week's ivUes, but others were har.l to quit even at very low prices. Stores.-The usual at tendance of buyers was present, but there was no aUcrat'on In price. Quo tations:-Rest baconers, £i 12/ to £4 11/; medium do., 111/ to £,1 18/; litfhl do., £2 18/ to £3 C*/\ porkers, £2 ft/ to £2 15/; others, 29/ to 35/; stores, targe sorts, !/»/ to £J; suck ers and slips, 2/ to 5/.

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