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WEE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

'WEE WEE RUP. The Wee Wee Rup Ii; tennis team:visited Horton 011 Saturday. Only, eight - of the ten - chosen mobilised, and after an even game they emerged victorious. '. ;Tlic following players have been selected to represent Wee Wee Knp in the first association match to be played against; Cohiina on the; Co hu'na court 011 Saturday :-Ladies: Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Symonds,Mrs. Cleave, Miss Kva Smith.' Cents: J. M.' Hancock, T. Cleave, Kric W. O. Taylor, K Southern, A. Southern and O. Symonds; emer gency, A. R. Glauman. The above-mentioned . players arc ex pected to put «]) a very creditable fight against their redoubtable op ponents. Indeed secretary Uric Taylor is bold enough to prophesy a victory. Optimism seems to be a general complaint among club secretaries.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

NESTLE S CONDENSED MILK Is Milk free from Adulteration and all Disease Germs. * SL-fiV 7 5 J 3 J i Use NESTLE'S Condensed Milk ' I «, *» 4 rj For feeding your Baby, and j for all Household Purposes, j ) i Obtainable at all the Leading Stores. . ya-j.' , jL & If all the "Bettendorf" Farm Waggons now in use in the Commonwealth were paraded ll:sy would form a solid procession more than 10 miles I or;;. f If every farmer in Australia would investigate ihcir Sterling value and their many advantages over other light waggons sold up to £50-the procession would sooa be 100 miles long, c jChff 1915 PATTERN GREATLY IMPROVED j M We are now just beginning to land more than 1,000 of the f Y«7 1915 pattern Waggons with wheel spokes nearly 40",. stronger f . than earlier patterns. This pattern is also equipped with a. tCTTyiW much improved brake-either lever or screw type .as desired-4 all suggestions for further improvement however trifling, have ! C* & / had attention, until we a...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MEAD. CALL OF EMPIRE. SOCIAL SEND-OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

MEAD. CALL OF KMPIRI SOCIAL SUND-OIT. The farewell social held at the Mead Mechanics' Institute on I-'ri. day night in honor of three well known local boys-Oscar Sharpe' Geo. Newman and Kege Mathers -who are going to l'>e war with the Second Contingent, was a pop ular and memorable event. There was a large gathering, considering the shortness of the notice, which included many old associates and friends. On the platform were the Rev. H. linker, Messrs I. M. Barr, T. \V. Howieson and Mr M. Peacock. In opening the proceed ings, the Chairman( Mr C. A. Schier ) expressed regret at thecir cumstances that had rendered it necessary for their three friends to leave and go abroad. AU were well known and greatly esteemed. Two had been closely and helpful ly associated with himself in the local minstrel troope. Ail three would lake aw.iy with tlieni the best wWies of their friends. They felt, however, that they could not. let them go without some practical expression of regard from those th...

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Cohuna Billiard Tables. H. T. RUST, [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

Cohuna Billiard Tables. H. T. RUST, Regs.to inform the public that lie lias 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.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

S.F.Hyde THE DECORATOR, PAINTF.R, PAPER HANGER AND SIGN WRITER, Desires to notify the Public that he is now established in new premises in KING EDWARD STREET, COHUNA. WALLPAPERS. Newest ami most attractive designs. Sample book sent to any part of the district free. OILS AND COLORS, The best quality in Paints ami Varnishes, Colors and Nrushware. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PA I XT IXG A Specialty. Xote Address: King Kdwnrd Street. Next Private Hospital. Cooke Brothers, ! MACORXA. Can supply Any Machine that is .. Used on a Farm, a>ul will be pleased to seAd price's and par ticulars of Mowers, Drills, Harrows, ' Binders, Lucerne Cultivators, Windmills, Alston's, Separators, nil sizes, Milking Machines, Simplex, Oil Engines, Hornsbv, Sewing Machines and Pianos, Wer theim, Chaffcutters and Horseworks, Saw Benches, sliding top, Corucrushers, from six bags per hour. .{AO 10s Plows, '':chard, field or road \V;:>' " . ...-liines, 70s, trial given, Cvc. -. i Kites. all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

£ TARPAULINS, FLYS, [TORSE RUGS, - FLAGS, PIG NETS, WATER HAGS, CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS, Best Quality and Workmanship at Lowest Prices. OIL COATS anil KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR MIRE, WRITE TOR QUOTATIONS FOR ALL KINDS OF OANVAS GOODS. Cumtry Orders Promptly Attended to. - T. Chamberlin : 1 ; (Late J.-HARWOOD), " HARGREAVES ST.' (Opp. Savings Bank), BENDIGO. Furniture Sale AT- ; MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. OAK'SIDEBOARD, 6ft. ii6 ro o NOW in 10 o OAK D1NINGROOM SUITE . . .. 12' 10 o NOW 8 10 o CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft 10 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 WICKERSETTEES -30/;, NOW 21/- each. FOLDING WARDROBES 14/6, NOW 7/11 each. tWE PACK- AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASH- JN'ilF.RS ? - DURING SALE. - CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CROCKERY r: GLASSWARE- - ...v.; .. EQUALLY REDUCED. MORLEY JOHNSON'S. BENDIGO, SCHOLTEN BROS., (Sons of late G. J. SCHOLT...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Cohuna Water Finance. SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

Cohuna Water Finance; SOME IN'TlvRKSTING FIGURES. In the course of his explanatory address to the irrigators at Krant/.'s Hall last Thursday, in connection with current irrigation problems, Mr. Cattanach submitted a quan tity of statistics bearing upon local Water Commission finance. Those respecting the Cohuna township and the Cohuna No. 1 riding (riral) are appended below, and should be found very, interesting reading to irrigators and property owners generally. They are here presented in as simple and com prehensive a form as possible, which should enable them to ex plain themselves : COHUNA RURAL. . . Receipts; Rales-Arrears ... ... a Current , ... ... 1127 Irrigation charge-Arrears .475 Curreut ' . 4715 Sales of Water-Arrears ... v46 Current ... 470 Interest and miscellaneous . . 154 Total receipts , .;. 7 Deficit at 30th June, 1914 W : 9 .£16,922 ? Disbursements.? . Interest (local capital, ^G3,027)-v £lhZ\ Depreciation of.machinery. ;. (.£16,800) ' . - ... 840 Tuiiipiiigr-Kng...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, November 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

Tint Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, November 27, 1914. Enterprising Settlor.-Column land does not show any very mark ed tendency to change hands, but when a sale does take place it is usually at a progressive price, A few weeks ago, for example, Mr A, B. Keid, of Columa, sold about 16 acres of ground to Mr Jas. Scott for jClO an acre. The purchaser is a comparatively recent Columa settler from England, where lie was a clerk in the famous shipbuilding yards of Armstrong & Co. The search for health brought him to the dry air of the north of Victoria, and having found this to his lik ing Mr Scott is buisly engaged in making a comfortable home here. He immediately set to work and planted four acres with navel oran ges and choice pea-». vrv t it" of lli--- ;>to;kx mis taUesi. ::r«l :;l! are already sin.wing mark-.-d he:*.iiliy giowth. The rest of the plot lias put under millet, which is also .showing well. The land has a frontage on the 1'arr, but is irrigated from ihe channe...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

HKNlHiiO PIG MAUN1CT. Mr Frank A. Hill reportsThere was another proud yardins or piss 'forward rue lo-day's "sain. Die supply comprising all descriptions. ranging from prime baenn crs porkers, unit backfaltera down to wnll-sru'wn and good forwai'd-eunilmon cil stores and youns piss, (Juallty gene rally was very rail', I Ins bulk of what were offered helm? well soiled to the trade Tliori! "was a good attendance or local and outside curers. besides whom local but chers and feeders were operating to some extent. The general tone of the mtu'KSi iii prion) descriptions \V«h hotter Mian lust. wm»k, while In middling1 and storo tmrlH* prlooH w.Te ,wfil| on fi p:ir wllh that invasion. ami in . In^tainvs of well-hmd pi»rs «\vh hIunWiI an luiprovoinont.' Ha t'fiK'i'H.--Kap iii^ Jn's! of Mii'sn i»nroi\s I'oinpnh'ii ami ..,v<,rylhin.ur Ava.s d»vir ?.d at.' nn advam'n op lah« ruling ralos, prime i "also" |»:ir!i(*Ip.a<!insj- in lli<j iiii|it''»\ prit'.'-., (lild ...

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CATTLE. Tuesday, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

CATTLE. '.Tuesday, November 2i. There, was a very short yarding of cattle for sole to-day at tins Bundigo yards, and die main supply was the? just meaty cows and heifers, hut for these competition was not so joiod as of into, as only one of tho Melbourne, wholesale men was buying, hut for the light weight bullocks and best cows the de mand was exceedingly brisk, and prices rose fully 20s per head on last week's full rates. The short supply no doubt effected the values, as only '217 head of cattle were yarded, ami a £reat num ber of these were choppers and non descript sorts. The top price of the day was for a very prime cow, which realised £1'J. and was purchased by Mr. William' Smith, butcher, of KaglehawU*. Though Ihern were two or three buyers for stores in lines they had to go un snpplied. Quotations:-Best bullocks (light weights). £10 to £12 JOs: best cows, £<> to £11 2s «»d; extra, to £li: medium sorts, £:i lo £7; vcalers, to £H As.

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KERANG PIG MARKET. Friday, Nov. 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

K ].: R A NC. V 1>1 G'v .M A K K KT. .?Friday. Nov. 20th. Amliew S. Muir and Co. report having. held their usual fortnightly sale of pigs awl poultry at their bazaar on the above date, for which only a small yarding- of both fat and store pigs came forward.- The demand for fat pigs was not quite-as brisk; as the previous market, and prices obtained? were a shade below best kite r.itesT Stores were hard to,quitat low prices. .We yarded - 33 fats ^ and. 29 stores. Quotations :- Fats;-:-Heavyweight; baconer,, to .64.3s: others, to /3 3s-6tl: r light do, to v&2 16s. - Stores. Best to 15s; others, to 7s 6d ; small pigs, to 5s; lambs, to'lis 9d.

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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. COHUNA STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

COMMERCIAL, U DISTRICT MARKETS. COUUNW STOCK .MARICI'.V. Tlitsthiy, 2-1 th. \Villiam Wallace .* Cn.' 'report lin ing held their usual I'ohnna monthly stock'sale on Tuesday. There was a good attendance, but" the' recent drought was still pro»ent. We sold : - Hi') lambs up to Os'Sd; 20:) nged and poor ewes went at Is: cows, to £(> His; pins sold rather better than previously. Cleanup, Sale of Dairy ITcrd. William Wallace atld Co. report: We conducted a clearing sale at Mor ton 011 the 2OU1 inst., on account of Mr. F. I*. l'hillips. when there was a good attendance, and taking the weather into consideration the lots offered met with good competition at ruling rates. The cows in full milk made from ^6.to £l 10s; those in a while to /,5 15s: beefv cows to /C5 10s; backward do. to £-i 10s; stores, to jC3 10s; bull,-/.4 5s; poddies, 12s. .We also report having sold, 011 ac count of Mr. Phillips, the light to graze his property for a t,enn of six months, Mr. W. Amor, of 5?ew South Wales,...

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Monday, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

nEXDIGO LIVE STOCK ' M.YUKKT. SIIKKP AND 'LAMBS. Monday, November 23. . I he iolol of sheep for sale at the iion digo yards to-day -numbered 1lM;; v In cluded m the penning wis a fair number of good quality: sheejv, ami one ur two' lots of exiru quality wethers, both cross bred and merino, /l lio .bulk of the sup ply heius Just middling to useful sheep, and Ihe balance iitcluued a large:* num ber, of stores than usual. J here was »iulte a large gathering of I lie .farmers and graziers at the sale In-day. and with a. full attendance of the trade and the Molbpiirnc buyers operating: a. total clearance .. was eivected.; In the private sales .most of the best sheep were passed oui. In the opening.sales by auction, a llrni - demand existed, and - continued so Ihruughout..-prices on the whole were a I'llie heller than those prevailing a week ago. ihe exception being store lines of youiur ewes and turning out -sorts of lambs -, whleh commanded good compe tition. Quotations-Hest crossbred w...

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BALLARAT PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

HAJXAKAT PIG MA R K K,T. Cooke Bros., Macorna, report : Extra heavy supply of baconers for ward, and. prices were, if anything, a shode. higher than last week's good rates-.- ? The highest pricc being ob tained-by Mr. G. Peters at^4 14s^6(l. Pigs were sold for Mr. I-I. Sutherland at ^4 12s 6tl, Mr. W. Grills at 85s, Mr. Ladson at 80s, and for. Messrs; Andrews, Bramley and Wishart down to 71s 6d. . .

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UPPER MURRAY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

UPT-IvR MURRAY SERVICE; At a largelv.attended conference of irrigation leagues,- held at Cob ram Inst week, the following reso lutions were carried :- 1. That . this conference urges upon its Par liamentary representatives the im mediate ratification of the. Murray waters agreement. 2. That this conference urges the Government to use its influence to have storage works 011 the Upper Murray, con structed . as early as possible. .3. ?That the Government engineer be requested to report on the feasi bility of erecting n weir, in conjunc tion with New South Wales, such scheme to serve both sides'of the river, as early as possible after the ratification of the Murray waters agreement, to enable landholders to have the use of water for irrigation either next year or the vearsollow ing, such weir to be part of the main storage scheme. Torruinbarrv Pumps.-There are now 8 separate pumping plants it work here lifting water into the Kow Swamp channel it the rate of 7,500 cubit feet per minute. ...

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Murray Waters Question. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

Murray Waters Question. Ill the course of a defence of the Interstate Agreement oil the Mur-» ray Waters Question at Wodonga, Sir Alex. lVaeock said :-"This Ministry is particularly gratified that the settlement of the long pro tracted Murray waters question lias been accomplished. The settle ment now arrived at between the state concerned and the completion of the works which will now he rendered possible under the agree ment, will enable an enormous area 011 both sides ot the river, now chiefly used for grazing, to he brought under intense culture, and thus directly to support a consider ably targer population and to add : greatly to the agricultural produc tion of the state. Under this agreement there is to be a reservoir built on tiie head waters of the Murray to cost ,353,000. . Onc linlf of the water of the water of this reservoir ?'?will belong to Vic toria, and the other half to New South AVales. There will be another reservoir on Lake Victoria to hold 500,000 acre feet of w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

TITTC TROTTING STALLION Don Marvin Has I)ecn returned from Mel bourne to his owner, T,en Taylor, .of I.eitchville, for stiu! duty, ami will travel the surrounding district during the present season. ? Don Marvin recently won two important Melbourne races, and has a record of 2 mill. 26'6 sees. - Doi Marvin won the time test at the Cohuna Agricultural Show this season, coverinu the distance in 2.10 3-5ths. Terms ... £(> 6s, To he paid at the end of January, 1915. . For further particulars apply to L. W. TAVI.or, or J. Rouscu, in charge. Money to Lend ? On interests under Will:; mid Settle meats, nt low rates. DARVAU/ & HORSFALL, Solicitors, 225 Collins-street, Melbourne. Agent: C. S. DARV.u.r,, Macoriin. giAgent for Uic International Har vester Company's Machinery, of every' description; tlio Sun Insurance Co.: and . also for Messrs.-Willan. Colles and - Wil lan, Kerang. M. Harwood, Tent and Tarpaulin Maker. .HAMMOCKS, WATER BAGS, lite. 'Verandah Awnings a Specialty. -:. O...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE RESERVE BOILER QUESTION. (To the Editor of the "Farmers' Weekly."). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 November 1914

JV < CORRESPONDENCE. THK RTiSKHVIi HOIUiR Ql'IiSTIOW (To the Ivditnr of the " I'anncrs' Weekly."). . > 1 Sir,--In your report of the meet ing of the 20th ilist., in-eounection with the Coluina WaVor Supply, the gist of my direct queMion to Mr. Cnttanach' is quite lost sight of, mid I vtoilld like yon. in fairness to those interested who did not attend, to again insert the question as nsked and answered. I understand the meeting was called by and re presented the No. 1 Column riding. In view of the admission that the present plant and boiler power ca pacity is not capable of supplying the needs of No. I riding, I main tain that the use of the plant and boiler power hv the Water Commis sion luis'not been justified in sup plying any needs outside this rid ing, as in view of the admitted fact that the present boiler power is not sufficient for No. 1 riding, the course of providing outside areas lias been and is (until au extra hoiler is installed) prejudicial to Nov 1 ridi...

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THE GARDEN. COLOR CONTRASTS IN THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 4 December 1914

. . fit GARDEN. COLOR CONTRASTS IN THf GARDEN. The importance of offectlve ttasts In the character of plants an* (ho color of llowcrs la scarccly aufil clontly understood and noted upon by the majority of amateurs. In th« planting of shrubberies and in the grouping of flowers,"the first point that should bo considered Is the genera) clmractor and ontllno of tho treo ot shrub, and tho various tints of the flowers. With tho chrysanthemum and tho dahlia, it la essential that the colors bo woll and judiciously dis persed, In order that tho same ma.v harmonise wltli themselves and their surroundings. Very few persons arc Insensible to that beautiful harmony of color generated by tho contract of red with tho prevailing green of na 'lure. We notice that red of all shades In coloring with green In contrast are both to painting and gardening what thb common chord is to music, viz., tho most marked and noticeable of all harmonies. In all tho arrangements of naturo wo notico how beautifully an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 4 December 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. MORE THAN 10 MILES OF BETTENDORF" Farm Waggon %4 pit all the "Bettendorf" Farm Waggons now in use in the Commonwealth were paraded they would form a solid procession more than 10 miles long. If every farmer in Australia would investigate iheir Sterling value and their many advantages over other light waggons sold up to £50-the procession would soon be 100 miles long, c 1915 PATTERN GREATLY IMPROVED We are now just beginning to land more than 1,000 of the 1915 pattern Waggons with wheel spokes nearly 40".'. stronuei than earlier patterns. This pattern is also equipped with a much improved brake-either lever or screw type as desired fj all suggestions for further improvement however trifling, have had attention, until we are now where we can honestly say-"wo don't know what to do to impr...

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