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Rochester Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 1 January 1915

Rochester Shire Council. The ordinary monthly and an nual meetings of the above council were held were held last week, when the following matters relating .to the Gunbower district and the North-Fast riding were dealt with. CORKHSrONDHN'CK. From Department of Public Works, saying that Mr. A. W. H. White held a license for road be tween allotments 115, 116, 117 and 118, parish of Wharparilla, and re questing to he informed if unlocked swing Kates arc placed on the road would it meet the council's re quirements.- Or. Crawford moved that the road be opened. Seconded by Cr. Dobson and carried. From Department of Public Works, with reference to valuation of frontages to Gunbower Creek, Gum Lagoon, abutting on allot ments 25, 47,. and 91, parish of Gunbower, and 'saying that t':e rent charged thereon is 5 per cc-:t. of the council's valuation oi £\ 10s per acre, ff this were considered too high a rc-valuation of same necessary.--Kngineer to report. From the Railway Construction Office, ac...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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'Jarwick the Prodigal," CHAPTER II (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 1 January 1915

'Jarwick the Prodigal." I Bv TOM GALLON, Author of " T»tterloy," " Kiddy," " A Prince of Miicbancet" " The Kingdom of Hate," etc. CHAPTER II (Continued). ,11 I had not been so staggered at this sudden chaneo on the part of the old man,-I should probably liavo ad mired the wonderful way in which he played his part. He might liavo been m public, instead of standing there with mo over the body of the dead man, so beautifully did ho pour out tlioso words, and such anguish was (here upon his face as ho spoke. But indignation got the bettor of Die;. .1 ; sprang, aar'oss at him, and. caught his arm. "AVhy, you old sinnSrl" ,Iv «61aiin-i ed*; " you know I'vo' had; nothirfif To do with it; I came in here and found him--" - "Who'll believe you, my son?" ii® asked, with a chuckle. " You-an escaped convict-flying the power of the law;I, with my blameless life, and my affliction " "J see-I see," I said, with a laugh. "You've got me, dad; what do you want me to do?"; Ho hesitated for s moment or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 1 January 1915

MOR|EY JOHNSCfS, HousfeFur lushing Specialisl t are now making a Specialty of Verjndah Blinds! ? Write for ourl^c'a^ T-isf. We will submit you saA £01 Vehuicliili Blinds- inDuek, Sail Canvas, or Fancy Strip|j$ Made complete '.witlrT®1.eys' Cords, Poles, Brackets, Cleat: Screws, etc., ready for?'CUIg'' MADlX* -^bWN FACTORY 1 Extension Wire Window tpS, Camp Stretchers, Deck'Cl Verandah Chairs, Garden! Bamboo Blinds in all sizes. Fly Wire Doors. | Sleeping Out Beds, ' Lounges, Swing-Chairs, j;. ^ ia\! Enamel Baths, Copper Furnac We Stock StovQtJ( rea - « ?lilhing Warehouse in Northern #3=» The LargestFuisJ M0ST LIBERAL FO. CHEAPEST FOR CASj^M MORLEY J(iNS0N'S r SR-MS. tUK I SCHOLfEN BRu inel n T C^rrAr rpm., B vh (Sons of IS: MANUFACT: BUGGIES - PHA"1 REPAIRS ALL-EXECU1' OUR GIGS are the Is . VICTORIA, ani Double Seated Buggies, fro:^, ESTIMATES GIVEN & ATt . NOT:. WILLIAMSON] P.S.-We have NO CO."-* - TARPAULINS;' ? FLAGS. PI<3i*?> CART COVERS,.. ' Best Quality an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 1 January 1915

S. F.Hyde THE DECORATOR, PAINTER, PAPER HANGER AND SIGN WRITER, Desires to notify tlie Public that lie is now established in new premises in KING EDWARD STREET, COHUNA WALLPAPERS. Newest and most attractive designs. Sample book sent to. any part of the district free. OILS AND COLORS, The best quality in Taints and Varnishes, Colors and Urushware. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PAINTING A Specialty. Note Address: King Edward Street, Next Private Hospital. Cooke Brothers, MACORNA. Can supply Any Machine that is Used on a Farm, and will be pleased to send prices and par ticulars of Mowers, Drills, Harrows, *Binders, Lucerne Cultivators, Windmills,'Alston's, Separators, all sizes, Milking Machines, Simplex, Oil Engines, Hornsby, Sewing Machines and Pianos, Wer theim, Chaffcutters and Horseworks, Saw Be;v ' . sliding top, Cornrn" .: from six bags per .{.'10 10s Plo\- . orchard, field or road Washing Machines, 70s, trial given, Cyclone Gates, all sizes, Tanks, for house or w...

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CHAPTER III. I CLAIM ANOTHER PABEN[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 1 January 1915

CHAPTER III. Z CLAIM ANOTHEB PABEN*. The young man I had seen in' the room came staggering out, blinking at the light, and thrusting his unkempt hair from his eyes. I could see in a moment,, from the very look of liim, that ha had been drinking heavily; lie had that dazed, dreary look which » man wears when he wakes from an uneasy slumber afte* au orgie-and '.rhen, generally speaking, he remem llitrs nothing of the events of the pre* VSdub night or day, ub trie case may be. I am bound to own that I felt sorry for the youngster, as I looked at him; he was so much too young for the game. Meanwhile, another game was begin ning, in which, as my father had said, I: was to take a hand. And how won derfully that old man dealt his cards, and) having dealt them, how splendid ly he pl/ived them-as you shall see. "I-I u»ust have b«en-been asleep," murmured the young man, as he stop ped'. leaning heavily on the back of a clinir, and looking round about liim. "You keep strong stuff in this house...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

?-jl THE " MELBA" TEA ROOMS. - Main Street, CO HUN A. - Hipfh-Clasa Confcctionerv, FRUITS, DRINKS, and AFTr.I'KOOS' T5iA s 0 P r n R S FOR D A N C II R f Catered for. A, AND B. HALL. f 11. S. IL WARP. 24 to 33 SPENCER STREET MELBOURNE, ^ 6RA1N CHAFF ft POTATO jj MERCHANT. Lucerne Specialist ^ Manufacturer ,ff ' Oat Flakes and CORN BIR*, Oatmeal. These are obtainable from alt the leading Grocer* in the State*. [{James Carlyon, 'toivl Zlrrntm ft C^kr uk« . K. E * A M G. " .11 its to nottty that he has ai '' immense stock of harness vod saddlery that he i» offering a' the lowest possible price*. No rub bish, such as is adveitiseif by Me! bourne#1rapers and iroiiMonge^ rvhich is dear at any price. He is a large buyer of the vei best material-imports all his ow moui-ts, etc., and is therefore abl to aell at prices far below thos charged by small tradesmen iu up country towns. AUfcand-aewn. No matMsework If to:i want lay jjood reliable ?.ddlc v l t,l h«rnsss it will be worth v..sir whilet...

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CATTLE. Tuesday, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

CATTLE. Tuesday, January. 5. ineiuiling calves, 2«'J head or cattle wcro yarded for to-day's sale, or 108 less than the number., yarded' at the last sale for Iflll. The quality generally wis fair, the bulk of llio 'yarding consisting of usc fu' descriptions.- The attendance of local, and outside buyers was good, anil throughout the. sale competition was good, the market lirmlng to 10s above' last market rates. Ilullocks of the best quality went up to £14. and the highest price- paid for cows was .Ell 17s fld. OooUilions:-Hoi' bullocks, £12 10a to £14 7s; good, £!) I us to £10 10s; me dium. £8; useful from £5;'best COW3, £9 10s to £ 11 17s Od; good. £7 to £8 I0s,; medium, £5 10s; useful, from C.'i lis; best calves. £4 10s; good. £.'1; medium, £2 !>s.

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Interstate Motor Cycle Race. PEVERILL'S EXCITING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

Interstate Motor Cycle Race. PKVKRIIJ/S EXCITING EXPERIENCE. ????.Through'an unfortunate "accid ent when about 40 miles from Syd ney, W. 15. iPcveriUVv.'ofi Cohuna, ruined his otherwise,?.' excellent chance of winning first honors in the fifth inter-state motor, cycle re; liability trial match between Mel bourne and Sydney;-' which came off last week. .Tlii match.was un der the auspices of the Victorian and New South Wales motor cycle clubs. Great public interest cen tred in the start. Of the 145 start ers only five, failed to reach W'anff nrratta. Among the 28 who arriv ed on time was our man Peverjll: He was also cn time at Gundagai, and at Goulburn, the two next stop ping places, and everything protn i'ii-.l well, notwithstanding the hea vy raiiis and rotten state of the roads. When about 40 miles from. Sydney; however, his machine plunged into a bog of soft clay. He was then hustling .along at the respectable rate of 45 miles an hour. The machine was thrown upon to the side of a...

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PATHO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

P ATT JO. The annual picnic was held on New Year's Day, when a fairly large gathering assembled and spent a very enjoyable time to gether. This event has come to be recognised as a part of the social routine of Patho, it having been held regularly for upwards of 30 years. The true picnic spirit, by which everyone was willing to take part in every game and competi tion, was present, and caused all to have a happy time. Stepping the Chain by Ladies gave much amuse ment-the latest fashion in skirts prevented some and assisted others to gauge the correct step. This contest resulted in Miss F. Uussell and Mrs. A. Dunham being exactly on the mark, and on being stepped off fell to Miss Russell, who was again almost correct. Driving the Nail was closely contested, and showed that Patho ladies are not strangers to the use of the hammer. Sheaf Throwing was also enthusi astically competed in. The lun cheon that was provided was such in quantity and quality as to cause oiie to forget that we ar...

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Cohuna Police Court. TUESDAY, 4th JANUARY. (Before Mr. Bartold, P.M.) TRUANCY AND VACCINATION CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

Cohuna Police Court. TuKsnAv, -uh JANUARY. (Hefoiv Mr. HartoUl, P.M.") TlirANl/V AND VACCI XATIOX CASMS, At tin: above court on Tuesday, before Mr llarlokl P.M., Alex. McTuncs ami Thomas Ooddard were each fined Js 6d for neglect - in;; lo .send their children to school the required number of attendance.^. George Symomls was fined /. 1 for neglecting lo have his child vae cinated. on:;(.'KNi: I.ANV.uac.k. Thomas Walker was charged by Constable Samblebe with having' used obscene language in a public place and .within the hearing of persons passing along the street. Defendant pleaded guilty, and expressed his regret at having to appear to juiswcr such a charge, lie explained his conduct as hue to the influence of drink. Constable Saiublebe stated that at 9 o'clock on Saturday night in Main Street lie saw r. the def endant carry a glass of beer across the path in front of the Column hotel. On its being refused, def endant made use of the. vile lang uage adduced to the court in .writ ing...

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HORTON. SKATING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

HORTON. SKATING CARNIVAL. There was a large attendance of people at the Grand Skating; Carni val at the Horton-Leitchviile Hall 011 Wednesday night, which nutst added be to the already Ions list of popular successes connected with this new building. The committee, ably seconded by Messrs. A. Borne lnan and N. Martin, did their ut most to make everything go off well. The chief interest centred of course in the skating, which at tracted competitors from all the country round, and from as far afield as Pyramid. Messrs. P. Kirby and J. S. Flam's were the judges of the competitions. These were keenly contested, entries being numerous, and the zest and evident enjoyment great. The Rest Fancy-dressed Contest, consisting of teams of four skaters and a driver, evoked considerable interest among the numerous' lookers-on. They were of opinion that the competitors did not devote sufficient time and care to the details of their costumes to ensure the happiest results. The prize was awarded to th...

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Premier on Tour. VISITS COHUNA TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

Premier on Tour. VISITS COHUNA TO-DAY. . the Premier of the Victorian Government (Sir Alex. Peacock) is expected to pay a flying visit to (-oiiuna to-clay, in connection'with his tour this week of the Kerang district. This tour has been ar ranged in fulfilment of a promise made by. the Premier to Mr. H. Aiiffus, the member for Gunbower j on the occasion of some complaints made 111 Parliament some time ago m respect of the failure of the Kow Swamp spring irrigation water supply. The object of the visit is to enable Sir Alexander to per son ally inspect the 'irrigation dis tricts, and see the situation of things for himself. The Premier, who is accoin compnnied by .Mr. Mead, arrived at Pyramid on Tuesday night. 'he traversed the rragowel erea, aii'd " tlieii' motored' to Boor t, where he passed the night. : ? v ; Karly on Thursday morning he went to Lake Meran and the North west Lakes district, between Ke kake Boga, taking lunch with his party at Mr. Angus' house at Mystic Park. The '...

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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK SALES. SHEEP AND LANBS. Monday, January [?] [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. IIKNIlHSij STOCK SAI.IvS. SIIICKI' AMI I,AMDS. Moniliiy. .1 'iim.Tf.v I l-.'i' Ihi? lli-.fi ni.ii'Uci r(ir In,' vejr 7'.'2i ."Ho p aiiil lambs wen: y:ir.io<l, wlilcli Is Hilly a IIIDIIt'fiiI!. .supply when oompared Willi Ui!0:j fur I ho closing market of last year. The jMnliiiK consisted or al) Iruclts liy Mil, with tin; balance mad loRT Tho attend nice If buyers was Kood, ami iu I'IihMI liiaiiv outsiders, who operated freely with stores. 'I'lio market llrmcil at a slight advance on last market's values, Willi all (rood In prime stuff very linn. Stores .sold well at a silglil 2 advance «n late ralos, and for decent lines of yuiniR sheep Uie market was keen. nuol.itiuiis:-iK'st crossbred wethers, ITs lo 20s; good crossbred wethers. 15s to J7s Gil; others, 1 Us Oil; host ernssbred ewes, Ms Cd lo 10s; (food, 12s Oil; merino wethers, 10s lo lis Gel: merino ewes 9s Gd lo 12s. The iiuiillly of the lambs -was fairly wood, hul prices were hardly as h...

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District News. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

^District News ? (From our Correspondents.) MACORXA. The monthly meeting of the Progress Association was held on Saturday night last. Mr. Darvall presided, and there was a good at tendance of members. A complaint about a bad drain near the hotel was received, and the attention of the council lias been drawn to it. T)r. Harnett had also reported it, and action will be taken to make an improvement. fit view of the probability of the water at Waranga giving out, it was decided to ask the caretaker to keep the town tank full so long as the channel kept high enough. The cricket competition will be resumed to-morrow. Pyramid play Yarra walla, and Macorna have the bye. The measles epidemic has not yet gone, as several cases have ap peared quite recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rowland lost their youngest child in Kerang last week, and thfcir other two children were seriously ill. The eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darvall also had a very bad time. Dr. Barnett was called from Kerang, and his p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

Cohuna Billiard Tables. H . T. RUST, . Begs to inform the public tlmt he'has 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. Agent for the International Har vester Company's Machinery, of every description; tlie Sun Insurance Co.; and also for Messrs. Willan, Colles and Wil an, Koran jj. I^IMSHINE 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 McKAY-& CO., The Progressive Stores - PYRAMID HILL. ; THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE Sir William's Pride. SIR WILLIAM'S PRIDK isabeau tiful dark brown colt,...

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KOONDROOK. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

KOONDROOK. ANNUAL RACES. The Koondrook Jockey Club held its annual meeting 011 New Year's Day. There was a large gathering, including visitors from all parts of the surrounding dis trict. The Kcraug special train was crowded! Everything passed off well., Mr. C. Manning acted as stipendary steward. Following arc the events: Trial Handicap. L. Webb's Hollyford, 7.13 ... 1 F. Conimitti's Jeederite, 7.11 ... 2 H. Stratton's Sir Lachlan, 7.5 ... 3 Stella Gay, Cupid and Lahore also started. Won easily. New Year's Day Handicap. F. Grahame's Hollands, 7.3 ... 1 Mrs. Fitzmaurice's Sanfoy, 7 13 2 It. A. Bknce's Bonadea, 7.13 ... 3 Pine Hill, Jay Gay, Neecooroo nook, Giftess, Midlands, and Royal Banner. Won by about a length. .Shorts Handicap. Er. M'Eniry's Kilmana, 9.3 ... 1 j. Mangan's Cannie, 7.0, ... 2 F ."Conimitti's Quiamong, 8.11... 1 Only three starters. This race proved an easy win for Kilmana. Welter Handicap. F. Conimitti's Jeederite, 9.13 ... 1 H. Stratton's Sir Laclilan, 8.7... 2 ...

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'Jarwick the Prodigal,' CHAPTER III (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

| 'darwick the Prodigal/ By TOM GALLON, Author of " Tntterlcy," " Kiddy," " A PrilN ol Mischanci!," " The Kingdom of Hill," otc. I j CHAPTER III (Continued). 'I»ien!'louX°ld Pr?Ulby?" ha rePe*t«<i. tlie rascal' He °Wes ®e moae? ' Hiirr-'-nn0''1"!0" waitin8 to see you, Mr. i i .? ". '".(W'.niy father, sternly. ... ? '"uadlocl brain sufficiently . -o you""etB W'lat 1 have !° I i y°u 'alk about muddled with a I ti jd lbero \^as bouititliirig'wroug n- l'v,0r.; il lcuoclt«l w ove? n lil^ i ? , ll,0.3 >'our friend?" he m,] I n ^ 1,13 head towards me. m," 7 m !?tV Presently," replied ? ll" <>!d mail. ? «J"st uow I want you < something of tho events - wifM. Coiao. pull yourself what happened?" . .! , "" "?'Hied his head in his 11 ' "Ppearcd to bo striving .-..iiM)lii(>r something. X had -ii.-|iiflion as I watched him ? ? ? mi,no; hint! more than the mere Ta? "P°» I'im; there « ^ .1 heavy Jool: in his eves, when ly; .ooked up presently and vaguely -l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

MORLEY JOHNSON S, House Furnishing Specialists We are now making a Specialty of Verandah Blinds. Write for^otiF Special^ List. We will submit .you samples for Verandah Blinds in Cotton Duck,-Sail Canvas, or Fancy Stripcci Duck. Made complete with Pulleys, Cords, Poles, Brackets, Cleats, Straps, Screws, etc., ready for fixing. MADE IN OUR OWN FACTORY Fly Wire Doors. Extension Wirs Window Screens. Sleeping Out Beds, Camp Stretchers, Deck Chair*. Lounges, Verandah Chairs, Garden Seats Swing Chairs, Bam:»Mi Winds in all sizes. Wc Stock Stoves, Enamel Baths, Copper Furnaces. yC-jSr* The LargestFurnishing Warehouse in Northern Victoria CHEAPEST FOR CASH. MOST LIBERAL FOR TERMS MORLEY JOHNSON'S Mi,che" **& BENDIGO. SCWOLTEN BROS, (Sons of late G. J. SCHOLTEN). MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS BUGGIES - PHAETONS - GIGS - ETC. REPAIRS ALL EXECUTED by FIRST-CLASS TRADESMEN. OUR GIGS arc the BEST and EASIEST-RIDING IN . VICTORIA, and the PRICES are from £20. Double Seated nuegios, from £38...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 8, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

TIIK Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 8, 1915. Water Supply.-Orders have been received bv the Water Com mission staff at Column to stop the headworks pumps on Saturday. The suspension is expected to con tinue about a week. " .' .'* Methodist.-It is very probable that the Rev. Ivgan Lee will be . taking leave of the Column circuit next April. It is an open se cret that he declined to allow him-, self to bo renominated at the re cent circuit meeting for his third year here. \ Presbyterian.-'The Presbyterian church announces its intention of holding Sunday services at Coliu na. A cominencmcnt will be made on the 17th, the missioner being Mr Raff.- The work of distribu tion will be taken up where it will have been left ofT. Anglican.--At the close ' of the watclinight services at St. Mathew's Church, Long Gully, Hendigo, on iS'ew Year's Kvc, Mr M'Keon, .the reader in charge, was presented by the congregation with a silver mounted umbrella and a pair of military hair brushes on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 January 1915

S. F. Hyde THE DECORATOR, PAINTER, PAPER HANGER AND SIGN WRITER, Desires to notify tlic Public that he is now established in tteu- premises in KINO liDWAUn STRHliT. CIMIl' SA WALLPAPERS. Newest ami most attractive dc>iiin>. i?:mi()lv hook «;e»t to n»y part of ttit distriet free. OILS AND COLORS, The best quality in Taints ami Varnishes, Colors and ttrushwniv. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PAINTING A Specialty. Note Address: Kiuir l'Ulwaril Street, Next Private Hospital. Cooke Brothers, MACORKA. Can supply Any Machine that is Used on a Farm, and will be . pleased to send prices and par ' ticulars of y Mowers, Drills, . Harrows, Binders, Lucerne Cultivators, . Windmills, Alston's, Separators, all sizes, 1 Milking Machines, Simplex, {.Oil Engines, Hornsby, .Sewing Machines and Pianos, Wer theim, ? ChafTcnttcrs and Horseworks, ,Saw Rsliding' top, ; C,,...,1S from six bags per i : .{."10 10s ['Pie.. . !\>r orchard, field or road work, 'Washing Machines, 70s, trial...

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