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

" S. F. Hyde Vhe DECORATOR, PAINTER, PAPER HANGER AND SIGN WRITER, Desires to notify the 1'ulilic that lie is now established in new premises in KING IvIHVARD STRHHT, COIIUN'A. WALLPAPERS. Newest and most attractive designs. Sample book sent to any part of the district free. OILS AND COLORS. Tile best quality in l'aints and Varnishes, Colors and Itrusluvare. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PAINTING A Specialty. Note Address: Kini; Kdward Street, Next Private Hospital. Cohuna Hairdressing Saloon. In connection with the above saloon, WILL F. RYAN Has pleasure in announcing to his numprous"* friends ami patrons that he has, at great expense, installed a Second Alcock Billiard Table, Also a Gloria Light Plant to Light same, and assures them every comfort and attention. And 1 :. : acquired the whole interest '.lie firm of W. F. R.Y - . .. v.'1 desires the public of C . ;i:':strict to know that he is no. v. iiuected with any other business; and hopes, by strict at attention. ...

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

TARPAULINS, FLYS, HORSE RUGS, FLAGS, PIG NETS, WATER HAGS, ? CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS, ? Best Quality and Workmanship at Lowest Prices. OIL COATS and KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES I-OR HIRE. WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS FOR ALL KINDS OF CANVAS GOODS. Country Orders Promptly Attended to. T. Chamberlin (Late J. HARWOOD), HARGREAyES ST: (GPP Savings Bank), BENDIGO. Furniture Sale AT MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. OAK SIDEBOARD, 6ft. ........ ii6 10 o NOW in 10 o OAK-DININGROOM SUITE .... 12 10 o NOW 810 o CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft .. 7 10 o NOW 4 10 o OAK BEDROOM SUITES 19 10 0 NOW 15 10 0 SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS all Bevelled Glass, from .. .. .. .. .. .. .. >019 6 WICKER SETTEES .. .. .. ........ .. 30/-, NOW 21/- each. FOLDING WARDROBES .. 14/6, NOW 7/11 each. ,WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASHORDERS - DURING SALE. V CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CROCKERY -GLASSWARE 1 . . "" EQUALLY' REDUCED. MORLEY JOHNSON'S, BENDIGO. SCHOLTEN BROS, (Sons of late ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Cohuna Police Court. Tuesday, 10th November. THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

Cohuna Police Court. Tuesday. 10th November. THKFT, James Kddy, n groom, made his appearance for the fourth time in connection with the suspected theft of a bridle, the property of Herbert DouUry, at Kerang, on the 1st Sep temher, particulars of which have already been reported. The case was adjourned about a month ago, after being partly heard, to enable the owner to give evidence. Herbert Poultry, deposed that oh the 1st September he brought a horse into Kerang and left it at the Gilbert Club hotel stables. When he returned an hour and a half la ter the bridle was missing. lie at once reported the matter to the po lice. The bridle produced was the property !u question, lie had not sold the bridle, nor authorised its sale. The accused said he bought the bridle of a man who said he had no further use for it, for 2s. . : Mr,Moore found accused guilty and sentenced him to 7 days impri soiimerit, to b11 suspended on his entering into a personal recognizr ance to keep the peace f°r 12 m...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, November 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 November 1914

Till'. Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, November 13, 1914. Water Supply Tenders.-The Wa ter Commission has accepted the jolloiviiiK tenders:-Column Pump ing I'laiit, supply of firewood. J. J. Maimis, Gunbower, 1000 tun*, at 4s 4(1 per ton: D. V. Mamiix. 3i'i00 tons, at 4s 6d per ton; T. Church. Gunbower, 50!) tons, at 5s 4<l per ton;.W. II. Arnold pud K. Cock ayne, Gunbower Islcnd, 500 tons at 5s 4d; W. Kervin and K. O. Heine, Cohuna heailworks, 1500 tons, at 5s 3d per ton. The Bishop Indisposed.-Bishop L,atifiley, who intended visiting the district on Monday next, has been forced, through illness, to cancel this'enprafiement.

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Out of Order. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

Out of Order. A. miner took his hoots to get so»cu, f»ut was not In a hurry to pay for Jieni. After a few weeks had elapsed, the shoemaker called 10 ask for ItU ni'-.oy. Geordfe's wife answered rlie (loot and cm being told by the shoemaker .hat ho hud called for (he money for 'ho boors, rfhe shcited Into tlm houtfe .iml fol.l her good n»?u wh:tl was iv julred. "What!" exclaimed Geonllw, "hit .. ar.is pay for soling the boois? Tett 5tn lt*B not his turn. Why, the rh.iji v..ir made Uiem hasn't jso» paid vet'" GET ON OOOD TERMS WITH YOUR) BANK MANAGIiti. Those Farmers who would like to im-[ .rove their standing at tbe bank. shouklt be careful to look through the npecial tornu' Mid prices offered by International! Harvester Co. of Australia for ftl.uch order*' only. , This circular shows how to get strictly, first-class machinery and implements as' low prieee, and with a very tmall outlay of* rsady monty. Alio tells how to get a bigh.clais Knglinh) made Barometer-Thermometer worth £1*50...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE HORSE [?]OW HORSES ARE AFFECTED BY DISEASED TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

f M £ HORSE IOW HORSES ARE AFFE6TED BV DISEASED TEETH. Mr. Il.L. Allen in "Michigan Farm t writes aa follow*: Probably no other elites of horse* .wncrs nro eo likely, to fall to keop their horses' tooth In proper condi* linn, or who fall uo markedly" to rocog nlso tho Important o» doing so, as farmers. It is by no moans Infrequent to tin (I horses on farms jwned by op-to-dato, progicsf've farm* ra in most respects which bavo been allowed to jet badly out of condition, simply ho* ranse tho owner baB no truo coneep ion of what a promlnont part tho iorse*a teoth plays in hla well-doing. Often tho owner of the farm la . iMiblcd bccauso eomo one of bis 'torses, for no apparent reason, be ;lna to go back in condition. Tho hnrso may bo given tho best of treatment', fed lavishly, and oven ;lt»sed with condition powders, but still his condition becomes worse. His coat stares, ho becomes sluggish .mil then weak, and finally has an ?ittack of colic. A veterinarian in aent for and cures tho att...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Progress of Irrigation. ENCOURAGING SIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

Progress of Irrigation. KN'COURAGIN'G SIGNS. The Victorian Water Commis sion, in a recent official report, em phasises the steady increasr of land ,under irrigation in this state. The Commission now supplies water for domestic, stock and ordinary use to 20,730 square miles, equal to about 13,256,000. One of the results of extending the area devoted to intense culture is an increase in the water require ments of the land irrigated. The reports of district officers show that during the past-season the average amount of water applied to lucerne would cover the land to a depth of 28 inches, the average amount ap plied to orchards would cover the land to a depth of 19 inches, while the average amount applied to grass and cereals would have covered the ground to a depth of only 14 inches- During the year 1913-14 the water supplied from the Goulburn works was as follows: -Shepparton 7436 acrcs, Rodney 46,147, Deakin 6645, Tongala 9564, Rochester J7,477, Dingee 1230, mid Tragowel Plains 47,...

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A TOMBSTONE TRAVELLER. Missed His Mark. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

A TOMBSTONE TRAVELLER. Missed His Mark. I was talking with the agent of . (. mbstone factory when a passenger j with a mourning-band on his hat en tered the carriage an 1 took a seat in front of us. It might have been a minute and a half before the agent t took from his bag a photograph of a j l^ft. monument and passed it over with the remark: J "This is my lino of business. I see . you have met with a sad bereave i ment." "Yes." "Man that is born of woman !s of few days and full of trouble. Given your order yet?" "No." "Was the deceased a man or a wo man?" "A woman." "Sorry-very sorry. They cometh iip like n flower and are cut down. Here Is something In Scotch granite which Is our speciality. Anyone walk ing through a cemetery stops at sight uf it. It is not only a work of art, hut is accepted as proof that the one vho erects it will ever grieve.*' "I don't think I should care foi . hat," replied the stranger. "Then take this broken column in Vermont marble. Man dieth and wast Mh a...

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CORRESPONDENCE. SHOW CONCERT CHARGES. (To the Editor of the "Farmers' Weekly."). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. 4 SHOW 'CONCURT CHARGES. (To the Editor.of the " Farmers' Weekly."). Sir,-In your report of Colnina Show 1 see the proceeds' from the concert run under the auspices of the Agricultural Society amounted to .637. A great success finan cially, but if money was the only object the society had in view, doe** it not seem peculiar that 2s 6cl was the charge for the chairs, and widows and orphans were charged 2s to sit on a dirty red-gum plank ? Some members of the council say it was a mistake. It was no mistake. I heard Mr. Irvine get his instruc tions, and he had to charge a widow and three toddlers 8s. Other members say they were out to make as much money as they could. If that is so. it seems strange that the price of chairs was so low and the planks that wanted cleaning so high. I think after the way the people responded to the Society it was mean. -Yours, etc. " : .* ANGUS MARTIN. 13 | II | 14. LTUe secretary of the Society (Mr P. Kirby) who has been seen in connection...

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"GOING LIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

"GOING LIGHT." It is quite tne usual uimr ror a re* t Mrds to go wronp after the moult. The i n-ajorlty seem to put. on their new \ plnma?c without difficulty, but It Is j iftcr this that tho trouble la noticed. One or two. perhaps, of a Pock will be noticed to have i very larse appe- 1 ?He: yet on handling them they are ] fcund to be a more bundle of feathers ; wd bones. Practically, the trouble fa j consumption, and It is no use trying j to pntch up such birds-far bettor put them out of the way. Keeping such I nl-oui. engenders many dangers to the j whole flock, for these sick birds are a : veritable bvecdlnjj'Sround for both ex* t tornal and Internal parasites, which j will In time extend their ravages to i the rest of the healthy flock. Amongst i latoharched chickens the same failing Is found. Such birds will not fatten, ! jnd the first loss Is the least loss, so they should be killed out of the way !

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District News. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

District News. ?; (Krom our Correspondents.)' MACORNA. The Macorna Cricket Club were at home on Saturday (7th) to the Tmrawalla club. Low scoring was the chief feature of the play. Ma corna bulled first, and cotild only got-37 runs, Wood making 15, and being the only man on either side to leach double figures. Thomas took four wickets for 8, and Wind ridge three for 23. Macorna ex pected to be badly beaten, but when the last Tarrawalla man came in they wanted 3 runs to win. The Macorna total was passed how ever by 11 runs before the innings closed. K. Fyfe was the highest scorer with 8 runs. Malcolm took six wickets for 23. Macorna Stale School is now closed, owing to the serious illness of the teacher (Miss Mitten), who for some lime has not been enjoy ing good health. She was com pelled last week to Rive in, and has entered Nurse Thome's hospital in Betid i go. A number of the scho lars have contracted measles, and it is not likely that the school will re-open until after the Chri...

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DISPOSING OF OLD HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

DISPOSING OF OLD HENS. It is a coacrally-acccpted principle nf utility poultry Keeping that the age of two and ahalf years or. In other words, tho close of the third laying season, marks the limit of a hen's pro fit-making exigence. It unfortunate ly happens, howovor, that in the ma jority of cases tho elimlnaton of thos« that aro adjudged unfit on ground ol unprofitable ago is coincident with » period of low values, and that th< economy of their disposal Is stultl I fied by the poorness of their market able condition. In the endeavor tc (waet the last eg? of the laying sea son when the ago limit is reached, tho hens aro retained whilst their market value is rapidly falling, ami they arc approaching the time of their annual moult. The differtnee to the smart i poultry-keeper is'Insignificant, because j the proportion of hens that yearly I reach the iced stage can usually be j utilised b\ '.«} household as required; ! but where ! ;*ge numbers of fowls are ! kept, the dispo...

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MEAD. THE CALL TO ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

MEAD. THE CALL TO ARMS. . Three well-known local and dis trict members of. the Kxpedition-. ? ary'Porce-Messrs Sharpe,.* New - man and Mathers-are just now vis ; iting friends at Mead and Cohuna, before going away to the seat of war. The people of Mead and neighborhood intend entertaining . them at a farewell social at the Me chanics' Institute thisC Friday), evening, when they will endeavor to express their sense of apprecia tion of the courage and patriotism of these lads in responding to the Call of Umpire. The proceedings will commence with songs and speeches, and conclude with a dance. During the evening it is intended to give the departing men mementoes in the useful shape of wristlet watches. The cost will be met by a small general charge, any credit to be handed to the Patriotic Fund. Time does not admit of in dividual invitations betng sent out, but the hope is expressed that the township of Cohuna will be worth* ily represented on this interesting and historic occasion. It...

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POULTRY. LEGHORNS v. MONGRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

POULTRY. LEGHORNS v. MONGRELS. Tho West Virginia Experiment Sta cfon reports tho following summon of an Interesting experiment: 1. Fifty White Leghorns were com pared with fifty mongrels for one yeai as to cost ot food anil egg production ordinary caro and attention being given them such as they would reccivc on tho average farm. 2. In addition to slclnvmllk used tc molstcti tho mash, tho Leghorns con consumed G1 pounds of food, costing 3/6%, and tho mongrels consumed CG.S pounds of the same materials, costing 3/10. 3. During the year the Leghorn! laid an average of 110.5 eggs each, worth 9/1 per hen, and tho mongrelf 9G.1 eggs each, worth 7/5 per hen. 4. Tho Leghorns gavo a profit ovoi tho cost of food of 5/9%, and tho mon grels a profit of 11/6. The mongrols gained in weight one pound per head more than the Leg* horns. ^If this Increase In weight bo taken Into consideration, then the Leg horns gavo a profit of 1/H per hen more than tho mongrels. 6. During tho four wlntc* month* th...

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The Railway. A START AT COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

The Railway. ?A START AT COHUNA; Local residents who may have ^ -tlieir. doubts as to whglher the ? Cohuna railway will ever material , ' ise,-are invited to take a walk out : : :into Weymouth's paddock on the v south side of the Barr Creek, when they will have the pleasure of see : ing the line in course of construc tion within a mile of Cohuna town ship. The start was made during the closing bays of last week. Mr. Taylor, the engsneer in charge of the new line, visited Coluina on Friday and laid out a section of earthworks-about a mile-which J;'has been undertaken by Messrs. Sullivan and Kerviu, and which runs from the south bank of the Barr towards Wee Wee Rup. Messrs Sullivan and Kervin have a dozen horses at their camp, and are working two four-horse scoops and a plough. Already an embank . ment of a quarter of a mile has been thrown up. The earth varies greatly in texture, that now being worked being a stiff grey clay, which in its present dry condition has something of the co...

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Not a Speek. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

Not a Spcck. The mistress camp downstairs nn'l tried tlic door of the fitting-room only to fin l it locked against, her. while the l;ey, which was usually in the lock, was missing. "IJridget. I enn't get into the par lour." she rricd. "Sure, it's meself knows tlint; an' ye won't, fur I linvo tho -kay in me pocket." "Open the door immediately 1" "Will yc. go in if I dot" "Certainly 1 will." "Tlion yon don't get that kay." "Open til-) door immediately. What do yon meant" "Slmro it's by your orders. Ye naid yesterday, "Don't le^rne come downstairs in the mornin' an' see nny dust oijSthp parlour furniture.' So I just putri tiiu kay in mo pocket) ?n' uijs I, 'Tlini whe (han't.1' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

S. F. Hyde TWv DECORATOR, PAINTER, . PAPER HANGER ~ AND SIGN WRITER, Desires to notify the Public Uuit lie is now established in now premises in KIXP KUWARl) STRKET, COHUNA, WALLPAPERS. Newest ami most attractive designs. Sample book sent to any part ol the district free. OILS Axn COLORS, Tile best quality in Paints and Varnishes, Colors and Urtishware. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PAINTING A Specialty. Note Address; Kintr Kihvard Street, Next Private Hospital. Cooke Brothers, MACORXA. Can supply Any Machine that is Used on a Farm, and will he pleased to send prices;mid par ticulars of . Mowers, i ^-Drills, Harroivs, Binders, Lucerne Cultivators, Windmills, Alston's, Separators, all sizes, Milking Machines, Simplex. Oil Engines, Hornsby, Sewing Machines and Pianos, Wer tlieim, Chaflcutters and Horseworks, Saiv Benches, sliding top, Oorncrusliers, from six bags per hour, i 10 10s Plows, !. orchard, field or road \V;i^ * n» Machines, 70s, trial given, Cycv (Sales, alt ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

TARPAULINS, FLYS, HORSE RUGS, FLAGS, PIG NETS, WATER BAGS, ' CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS, . Best Quality and Workmanship at Lowest Prices. OIL COATS and KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR HIRE. WRITE rOB QUOTATIONS FOB ALL KINDS Or CANVAS aOODS. Country Orders Promptly Attended to. T. Chamberlin (Late J. HARWOOD), _ HARGREAVES ST.'.. (Opp, - Savings Bank), BENDIGO. Furniture Sale AT MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDICO. OAK SIDEBOARD, 6ft. .. £16 10 o NOW £11 10 o OAK DININGROOM SUITE .... 12 10 o NOW 8 10 o CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft .. 71 o o NOW 4 10 o OAK BEDROOM SUITES ...... 19 10 o NOW 15 ro o SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS . all Bevelled Glass, from o 19 6 WICKER SETTEES . 30/-, NOW 21/- each. FOLDING WARDROBES 14/6, NOW 7/11 cach. WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASH ORDERS DURING SALE. . CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CROCKERY ? GLASSWARE EQUALLY REDUCED. ffiOKLEY JOHNSON'S, BENDIGO. SCHOLTEN BROS.; (Sons of late G. J. SCHOLTEN). MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CL...

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Cohuna Water Supply. CONFERENCE WITH MR. CATTANACH. NEW BOILER TO BE INSTALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

Cohuna Water Supply. CONFERENCE WITH MR. CATTANACH. NEW BOILER TO UK INSTALLED. Despite the importance of the subject, and the agitation that had led lip to it, there was a compara tively small attendance of Column district irrigators at the meeting held at Frant/.'s Hall yesterday afternoon to discuss with the Water Commission representative the (|iiestion of irrigation finance and of the provision of reserve boiler power at the Column J-feadworks. Mr. Cattanaeh attended on behalf of the Water Commission. Mr. A. D. Reid, who took the chair, explained the objects of the meeting, and detailed the circum stances that led lip to it, as already reported in this journal. The sub committee had met and formulated a number of questions, and Mr. Cattanaeh had attended that after noon for the purpose of answering them. These were dealt with seri. atim, after the representatives of the irrigators had given a general expression of their views. The first question put was : What is the present ca...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, November 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 November 1914

THIS Coliuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, November 20, 1914. Deep Creek rumps.-The work of installing tlie the two new pumps on the Deep Creek is now about completed. Indeed, the larger of theUwo (llnats Imfijefcn operating for a week past. The second is ex pected to be in pumping immed iately. The successful tenderer for the plant was R. Colville, 'of liar liam, who supplies a 1^ inch Robin son pump; driven by an S h p trac tion engine; and a 15 inch pump, driven by a 1G h p portable. These are expected to meet nil require ments for some considerable time to come. Anglican.-The friends and ac quaintance of the Rev, R. H. Sim mons; vicar of Cranmer church, Co buna, will learn with interest that lie has been offered, and that lie lias accepted the curacy of St. John's, Kootscray, of which the Rev, J. T. Baglin is the incumbent. Mr Simmons will leave Column a bout the middle of December; He purposes remaining in Melbourne about a year,: when he. will in all probability return to the Bendi...

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