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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

ACIiUCUIiTURAIi ITEMS. '! h» cJa.ry vtrx Ahould not lie required «» i. nuter Ili.it it pur*would 1)0 . i.if i; to (I; in!; hiuuveU. : mv< Ich'u argued by so« 'lany ro-.vs m-tsir.lrii;' to record i\t i. unA's i mild l>c t» |»i to givo tho U.. f.f t.lillC »!M 00. TIlS n.u.m iluit .liL'io would bo fewer . n v\ !>;..<.> ;<i pay, to say nothing of the e^mumy cUcae.l in llio co&t ol llffuro calving time lot tho food ba rtmling ntiO. 11y Isxntive. Silago, roots, and clover hay arc desirable lot KnaU'l'. V. hiio V. !| ..:, t, bran, <:Ut% tUUl I.meed oil meal atv |>:tritcul:iily satiji fac.ory tar cji.tv.tt rates. Immediately r.ficr cclvixiit let tho feed supply be If there it no separated tnilk avail »*.V.o nt nil, the problem of feeding the y«,ung calf will cer.aitily hceomo a iin.vivli.it difficult one to solve. The .inly alternative wi'l he to resort to n gruel m:;»h« with mixed meals or a mix« lure of one or oilier of tho w...

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

PATHO. Experiments in the culture of, tobacco have been conducted on the < farm of Mr. F. Rosan, of Patho, for a fe\\f years past. These have proved very satisfactory indeed and proves that, this climate, with the aid of irrigation, is .specially suited for- its growth. Last season's crop ranks with the best in its variety that has been produced in Austra lia. Last year the Government, tobacco expert, Mr. Temple Smith, visited Mr. Rosah's place, and was very much impressed with the pos sibilities of tobacco culture in these parts. .'Some of. last season's crop has been purchased by Mr. Temple Smith to ko with the Victorian Agricultural Department's exhibit to the Panama Exhibition as :v sample of what, can be produced here. This crop is valued at 2s per lb. for the raw leaf, which good price, coupled with tiie heavy crop taken off the plots, works out at a return of at least .680 to ^120 per acre. The work of forming for the Klulore - Column railway line is being pushed o...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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CATTLE. Monday, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

CATTI.K. Monday, November As has been staled, the cattlc sa\es umnediatelv followed the sheep sales. 'Die supply was short of requirements uint' numbered 212 bend. The snmo ani mated tone was noticeable that look place in the sheep sales. The opening sales created a linn demand, and any, good (fnnlilv bee'f advanced from t;»s to *0s per head. About two-thirds of the supply was from Just ki'lable to midline quaKtv, but for Ihese the demand was not sustained ft.* in the pood nuallty, prices ,bein# only equivalent with the previous week. The poor and chopper sorts were very dull nf s;ile on account of the inability to obtain trucks to tfiKC (hem awav Hulls in icood condition are still sellinc well: there 's n'so a scarcity of good vealers. Quotations:-Best bul locks. ti2 to CM: prime cows. IP 2s iitf; medium sorts, £-5 lo £7 10s; vealers. to i'i Is.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

Health and Beauty! PEARS' SOAP Is Matchless for the Complexion. ROBUR TEA. N \c. 1,Grade ;is Delicioui Family ! Tea! 1 1 KCEUR TEA COMPANY. Jas. Service & Co. BOURNV1LLE COCOA Represents the Highest Grade of Nutritive Ctoeoa. Attractive Styles in NECKWEAR Most men nowadays take pride In the finivhing touches to their appearance, and a tie usually in dicates taste and refinement, according to its selcc* tion. We have Every New Novelty and Design in stock, in such varieties as vt ill suit every taste. A choice assortment of AtUSilk Kni.tcd Qualities. COLLAR. COMFORT have every fashionable Shape in the Best 'Imported a?so a variety of tht Nrgiige Collar so m.irh in vor.:r, and similar to lllustra. tion. This iiyle, u-1 i> ilt«sy, is the acme of « «omio*i'a»d utility. I Fishwick & Edwards * KER-ANG. Robt. Harper & Go's SILVER \ STARCH USR ONLY" SEALED PACKAGES. p-SUNSHINE-| Lucerne Cultivator! Reduces Labor to a Minimum. Cuts out practically all tre foil, gras...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

THE PURR-BRED CLYDESDALE Sir William's Pride. SIR WIUJAM'S PRIDK is a beau tiful dark brown colt, and lias plenty of hair, bone and muscle, and 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.), gained first and champion prizes for Uvo years in succession atlnvercargill; and also first prize for best entire with two of his progeny. Great great grand sire the famous Herd Laddie (2863 C.B.S., imp.), won first and cham pion prizes at Nathalia in 1890; first and champion prizes and the Doglierty Cup at Nathalia; and first and champion prizes at Tatura in 1891. The prizes taken by his stock would fill a volume, some of them being shown 21 times and gaining 21 firsts and 8 champion prizes, as well as winning the Pro duce Stakes and Gold Cup twice in su...

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

Auctioneers, Shackell, White and Co. X'TV. LTD. (Established 136-4- > STOCK and LAND AGENTS. KCHUCA. OWN BOWER, BAR HAM ami K.YABRAM. Ecliucn Sale - Every Saturday. Guubower Sale-First Mon day in month. Trust moneys to lend at lowest rates. Farms for sale or to let in i Goulbuni Valley, liclmea ami Riverim <ii~11'ict-. Store Sheep and Cattle always in:" Sale, Particulars on application to Shackell, IVhik' & Co. Ply. Ltd. Auctioneers. Kehiua. Geo. Bence & Co., Stock and Station Agents, Trust Honeys, 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. ( ':ny S. Mtlir1 STOC\ STATION AGENTS i KERANG Brant.. Cohuna, Lake Boga and Swan Hill Kerang Sheep and cattle sales every second Friday. Pig sales every alternate Friday. Cohuna Stock Sale. Last Tues day in every month. Laud and Clearing Sales ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

' ' - TARPAULINS, FLYS, HORSE- RUGS, - FLAGS, PIG NETS, WATER HAGS, CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS, Best Quality and Workmanship at Lowest Prices. . OIL COATS ami KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR HIRE. . WHITE FOK QUOTATIONS TOR ALL KINDS OF CANVAS GOODS, nintry Orders Promptly Attended to. T. Chamberlin (Late J. HARWOOD), 1IARGREAVES ST.' (OPP- Savings Bank), BENDIGO. Fiirititilre Safe :- AT MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. OAK SIDEBOARD, 6ft. ......... fi6 10 o NOW £ii 10 o OAK DININGROOM SUITE .. " 12 10 o NOW 8 10 o CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft .. 7 10 0 NOW 4 10 o OAK BEDROOM SUITES .. .. .. 19 10 o NOW 15 ro o SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS V , all Bevelled Glass, from .. ;. ........ o 19 6 WICKER SETTEES .. 30/-, NO' '' cach. FOLDING WARDROBES 14/6, NOV cach. ,WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL C ^RS DURING SALE. - CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CRC GLASSWARE EQUALLY REDUCED. . MORLEY JOHNSON'S, m 0. SCHOLTEf ! E 5., (Sons of late G. J. SCHOLTEN). MANUFACTURE...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, November 6, 1914. THE COHUNA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

THIS Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, November 6, 1914. THK COlll'.VA SHOW. The fourth annual Spriii); Show of the Cohuna Agricultural Society takes place next Wednesday. Tlie executive officers have done their part by way of careful organization; it now remains for the general pub lic to worthily second their efforts. Indeed, upon that seconding de pends now entirely the success of the coming exhibition. That fact needs to be carefullv borne in mind this year, when natural conditions are so unfavorable. Public s ipport in these circumstances is called for in a special decree. That support can be given not only by personal attendance on Show Day-that goes without saying-but in a more urgently necessary way by produc ing exhibi-s. Patrons too general ly overlook this primary duty. Yet upon its due recognition and per'orinance everything else de pends. This simple fact needs em phasis. Kvery farmer aud cottager should take an honest pride in be ing an exhibitor at tlie district show, a...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 November 1914

TO AnVKRTISKKS. The C«>huna " l-'artners' Weekly" has n Mfcir (.AKni-iK ctKct'i.vnuN in the Cohuna District than that of all other district papers put together. Copy for alU-ralions to sUui«Ii»« adver tisements must reach the ollice not later han TihhIuv «if each week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

NESTLE S CONDENSED MILK Is Milk free from Adulteration and all Disease Germs. Use NESTLE'S Condensed Milk For feeding your Baby, and for all Household Purposes. Obtainable at all the Leading Stores. * ftp* HOME THAN 10 MILES OF 'BETTENDORF" Farm Waggtmg If all the "Bettendorf" Farm Wassons now in use in the Commonwealth were paraded tli'.'..' would form a solid procession more than 10 niiics If every farmer in Australia would investigate thoir . Sterling value and their many advantages over other U -Vr^ - irtteW light waggons sold up to £50-the procession would soon _ J? Skhf be 100 mUes long. 1915 PATTERN GREATLY IMPROVED We are now just beginning to land more than 1,000 of the 1915 pattern Waggons with wheel spokes nearly 40stronger than earlier patterns. This pattern is also equipped with a much improved brake-either lever or screw type as desired - all suggestions for further improvement however trifling, have 'iac' attenti°n- until we are now where we can honestly say-"wc don't...

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THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE Sir William's Pride. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

TIIK | t'l PURR-BRUD CLYDKSDALB jj fiji Sir William's Pride. SIR WII.i.IAM'S Pkiim; is a beau tiful dark brown colt, and has plenty of hair, bom.' ami muscle, and 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.), gained first and champion prizes for two years ill succession atlnverca-Mill; and also first prize for best . tire with two of his progeny. G: great grand sire the famous Herd Laddie (2863 C.B.S., imp.), won first and cham pion prizes at Natlialia in 1890; first and champion prizes and the Doglierty Cup at Natlialia; and first and champion prizes at Tatura in 1891. The prizes taken by his stock would fill a volume, some of them being shown 21 times and gaining 21 firsts and 8 champion j prizes, as well as winning the Pro | dtice Stakes'...

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Mr. Mead at Cohuna. A FLYING VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

Mr. Mead at Cohuna. A FLYING VISIT. ; J - 7 Mr Iihvood Mead paid a flying visit to Column 011 Friday, 011 his way.from Kern 11 g to Tomtmbarry, whither he proceeded on Saturday morning in company with Mr Detli ridge. In the course of an i it for mat conversation .Mr Mead remark ed in reference to the movement for the installation of reserve boiler power at the Column headworks, that if those concerned were pre pared to meet the necessary outlay the Commission would have 110 ob jection to a further installation. As. things, were, the expense of the headworks was shared by all those making use of the water. The as sumption that only the Xo 1 riding were subscribing was a mistake. Mr Mead was unable to say wheth er he himself would attend the com ing meeting, but if not some other represeutative inight be there. The matter hardly called for the person al visit of the Commission, since it could be effectively dealt with by letter." In this Mr Dethridge con cii'rred. Mr' Mead seemed grat...

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CATTLE. Tuesday, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

GATTLB. Tuesday, November 10. Aflur .1 double sale hold on account I «ftf llio (hip arrangements Inst Monday, the yanJ/fiff (o-day was a very heavy ?one. and totalled 553 head, made up of : ,23 trucks I)v rail and Ihe balance of I road lots. There was a full allendanee i of local and oulside Irade, together with :tlie Melbourne buyer.-?. The opening rsalcs wore llrm at about the rates that were prevailing a fortnight ago. As Ihe sales progressed competition eased somewhal, but again recovered to about I the same prices as at the commencement and continued so throughout, with the exception of the usual market lluolua ' lions, which were at times very pro nounced. The finality of the yarding was. if anything, belter lhan what has ; Until* naming forward. included in I ho flots on offer were some, very gornji bul locks and cows, and for these I he demand was llrm. in fact, anything lit for the trade realised-?.prices-quite 011 a par with the ile; of October 27. The just i moatv descrip...

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KOW SWAMP SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

KOW SWAMP SUPPLY. Representatives of the landhold ers depending on the Koiv Swamp scheme complained to Messrs Mead and Dethridge at Kerang 011 Fri day of the delay in getting the tem porary pumping scheme at Torrnm barry head works in working order, and of the subsequent inadequate supply sent along the channel, It was eventually arranged to visit the head works, and \vl12n tho committ ee appointed by the Kow Swamp Ixague arrived there they fotinn M. Mead and his colleague already 011 the scene. All the engines were working and raising 6900 cu bic feet per minute The supply will be raised to 8300 feet by add ing two more engines and pumps. The commission met a desire for local control in conjunction with their engineer, by approving of the appointment of a competent man to take charge of the temporary pump ing scheme and exercise supervis ion over the work. This supervi sor. it was agreed, was to be select ed at a meeting of the league lo be held on Tuesday; a working execu tive of ...

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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS SHEEP AND LANBS. Monday, November 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS .~ni:I:I' .wi> KA.MIIH. .Miimlny. N'uvi'iiihi Tin; supply nf sheep forward for sale ,»t III.; Municipal Yards ,o-day was mil up in tin; average of the markets of the JjisI few \\v»'|.> ;is I'llr ;is numbers are 'concerned, and bda/led 7-iii. 'Hie im;iin MippJy w:i«. jusl midliing «i";d.ly, ewes fin.-? (we I hers an; very scarce) and fo. liiese Ihe deannd throuurhool was very linn ?'.! an advance . >f fully Is per head on former .juola tions. For (he belter class of trade sheep <;of»{M'l|{io» was brisk, u«d the hulk was hirn».il mil. in privale sales, \ery few pens being" left for auction. The just kfllable .mil tin: pollers, of which there wa.s a fair penning to-day. were in ly belter request, ami a lotnl irl«*nr iinri* effected, There an; a 'fuw woolly sheep still eoni/iif In, but hi most eases lln; condition is wanling. Melbourne freezer buyers. together wilh a full at tendance of Ihe local and oulside but chers, were operating. Quo...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Cohuna Agricultural Society. ANNUAL SHOW. A SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

Cohuna Agricultural Society. ANNUAL SHOW. A SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. Despite the worst tlie drought could do, the Column District Ai;ri cultural. Horticultural and l'astor al Society's fourth annual show, which came came off in typical sum mer weather 011 WedneMlev, was ait interesting and successful exhi bition. Tt would he going too far of course to say that the seriously adverse influences of this most ex traordinary season were not present but it was not easy to detect them, except by a process of comparative analysis. There was nothing' very famished-looking, for example, a bout the large well-dressed throng of people who came driving in through the thick dust during the morinng from all the countryside, mill from beyond, until there was hardly room to stow away the acres of Implies, fjips, waggons and mo tors that acctuntdated in every yard and bye road. It was diffi cult, anyway, to connect the gener al air of satisfied comfort, of joy ous, holiday unconcern with those rueful s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

r- SUNSHINE Lucerne Cultivator! Reduces Labor to a Minimum. Cuts out practically all tre foil, grass and weeds, with out unduly damaging the lucerne. Stirs the Soil to a fine tilth. IS SPECIALLY SUITED TO COHUNA 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 McRAY & CO., The Progressive Stores PYRAMID HILL. - Robt Harper & Go's SILVER STAR JM $11 '*'£m satBWSOTW^'W r^Ecm-W® ic;.,.'-.:' - . . ' ,v. w.yu

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THE AWARDS. CLASS A.—DRAUGHT HORSE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

TI-11 \ AWARDS. CLASS A.-DRAUGHT HORSE STOCK. Stew-finis: Me«sr-. F. Knrrant. E. bal ing an.! J«s. News! end. Judge : Mr. \\\ Boyd, Tandava. J. Draught Stallion, ^ .wars oltl, or over. imported or colonial. First ' £2/2/, gift Edward Trenehnrd ami Co.: second, certificate. K. I fey wood I, IT. Kehring 2. . 2. Draught ICntiro Colt, 2 years old. First, £1; second, certificate. T. Major * 3. Draught Colt or Gelding, 1 your old. : First, £1; aecoud/ certificate. IC. Maxwell I, A. Gibbins 2 4.- Draught Brood. Mnrty with foal :tfc foot or to foul this season. First, £1/10/; second, .20/-, gift of Mr.' , . - \V; .1. Dnvcy, "Keraug Observer/' for but* year. : T. Bagneil 1, N. Harrower 2. o. Druugla Dry Mare. . First, £1; second, certificate. Bagnell Bros. 1, JY Bramley .2 0. draught Filly, !) years old/ Fir sty £ VIA gift of M; Harwood, Esq.; second, eertWieate. /Arthur. Peace 1. Bagnell Bros. 2 TV Draught Filly, 2 years old. Fir*!, £1; second, certificate. Bagnall Bros 1 awl 2 5. Draught F...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, November 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

BF.NDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, November 5. Mr. Frank A. Hill reports:-Another largo yarding or pigs came forward for . to-day's sale, llie supply comprising all descriptions ranging from prime baconcrs, . porkersand backfatters down to well ; grown and ..medium descriptions of good . stores, and a larger percentage of young pigs Hiau was otlered at last week's safe. The <piality, taken or» the whole, of immediately useful sorts, was very fair. The usual attendance of curers and local trade buyers operated, but on ac count of Ibe hot weather the saip at (fines was inclined to he dull and drag ging; although in many instances in the ease of the best pens Jnsl week's rales were obtained, still the general tonu of the market was easier, although to no ? great extent. Haconers.-For the best of these descriptions there was fairly .'eood competition by eurer buyers, and : in most cases sales were satisfactory, i wbllo the same may he said of prime .porkers-and odd backfatters. B...

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THE VALUE OF IGNORANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

THE VALUE OF IGNORANCE. It is not well that a mnti shouVl too much, intimates Bcnjami;» do Casscres, in a sparkling article published iiitho St. Louis "Mirror,M and summarised in "Current Jjitera MI'.'." frnui which I tiuoUy. The pvico of knnuiedgo is disillusionment Education ami sophistication. wliiclt sometimes maUo for power, oftoi* lead to nnhappiiiess, imperfection, and an* archv. Curiosity, nhiel) is a Mvord in tho hands of tho liard.v, is ultim ately u destructive foro* to tho race at largo. Who can gauge tho demor alisation wrought in human thought nml conduct by tho theories of Galiloo find Corpernieus, oi hy tho voyage of Columbus? Catholicising Mr Do Cas sereR holds, is quit© right in its antag onistic stand against secular educa tion. "All learning as such leads to atheism, materialism, cynicism, crime, suicide. Wbor tho masses approhend every thiug they will ond at diarchy or universal and ? v.-iltintar* death, Von Hartmanr i»:odu.totf ia his (rrcat book on "The "Philo...

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