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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

M. Harwood, Tent and Tarpaulin Maker, HAMMOCKS, WATER BAGS, Rtc. Verandah Awnings a Specialty. Orders left at H. Rust's Billiard Room will receive prompt atten tion. Coffee Palace, COHUNA. MRS. C. H. M'DONALD Wishes to notify the Public that she has leased the above-uanied establishment. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODA TION AND CUISINE. No pains will be spared in study ing; the comfort of both travelling and permanent boarders. FREE STABLING PROVIDED. Cohuna Boot Palace. Having moved into new and much more commodious prem ises in Main Street T. Willman, takes the present opportunity to thauk the public of Cohuua for their past liberal patronage and support, and to state that he is now showing a very large and varied stock of new Seasons Boots and Shoes. Hugh Thompson's; and also Oliver and Stevens' famous heavy wear always in stock. Call and Inspect. SUMMER i SALE. SUMMER SALE. ? - L L '1 P " : JpOR a Few Days only I am Clearing out my Surplus Stock of Summer Drapery at prides unprecedented in ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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District News. WEE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

District News. (From our Correspondents.) WEE WEE RUP. Measles have been very prevalent in this district for some weeks past,' some of the cases being of a rather severe nature. Fortunately it is holiday time, or school attendances would suffer severely. Local tennis, players are prepar ing for the resumption of the As sociation matches.. The next match on the local courts will be on January 30th, when the Cohuna players visit us. A number of the members intend to spend a day on the courts this week to erect some more wire-netting. It will be a great improvement on existing con ditions, as a number of balls get into the creek as things are now.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Thinning the Gunbower Forest. AN "INSULTING" LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

Thinning the Gunbower Forest. AN " INSULTING" LETTER. Mr E. J. Dowey, of Wee Wee Rup, the wellknown Gunbowcr For est officer, has come into unpleas ant conflict with certain members of the Echuca Borough Chuncil ov er a' rather plainly-written letter which he recently addressed to them in respect of the employment of certain forest thinners. The matter came lip at a special meet ing of that body last week when the following communication was read from the forest office: In reference to the unemploy ed men on the thinning camps, I beg to inform you that it is utter ly useless sending men here with out anything in the way of rations etc., or camp utensils. Without' some gnarantee, shopkeepers and others will not supply anything. The first lot of men sent here came .mostly in a drunken condition* and several have left owing their ac count's for rations, etc. To fill' va cancies here there are plenty of lo cal unemployed. I cannot guaran tee work for any more from Echu ca. Do not send a...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MEAD. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

MEAD. TENNIS. If A very enjoyable afternoon was spent-, on the Mead courts last Saturday, when the Horton B team played Mead B team, Horton winning by 12 gunes. Afternoon tea and fruit were provided by the ladies, and were much appreciated. Scores :- Ladies.- Misses M'Do nald and Schier beat Misses E. Peace and M. Hore, 6;0; beat Misses Morris, 6-5. Misses G. Schier and Miss M'Donald lost to Misses Peace and Hore, 2-6; lost to Misses Morris, 4-6. Gents. Baker and F. Peel beat Hilder brand and F. Peace, 6-5; lost to J. Peace and R. Hore, 0-6; lost to Hilderbrand and E. Martin, 4-6. M'Donald and Barnett beat F. and J. Peace, 6-0; lost to B. Mar tin and Hilderbrand, 5-6; lost to J. Peace and R. Hore, 3"6. Chalmers ' and Stewart beat F. Peace and R. Hore, 0-6; lost to E. Martin and Hilderband, 2-6 ; lost to R. Hore and J. Peace, 4-6. Totals: Horton 58; Mead, 46.

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Monday, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

BE.ND100 LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Monday, January 18. ancep arc now coming forward in large numbers, nml SMlM wcro penned-for sale to-flay at the Bcndlgo Yards. The supply of trade gliuep was short of re quirements, and the demand from the tisunl attendance of llie trade, both local and outside was very firm for all classes ?it suitable sheep at last week's full rates. The greater proportion of the penning* was store lines of erossbreds; which received good competition l^om a larger attendance than usual of tin farm ers and graziery, buyers from the north cast and down country were also operat ing and the sale throughout for good sorts of ewes and wethers was even a little better than the previous week's. Old sheep ond nondescript sorts were not so eagerly competed for, but everything was passed out. There still exists good in quiry for flock rams. Quotations.-Best crossbred wethers, 16B Gd to 20s; good crossbred wethers, l is to 16s Gd; medium crossbred weth ers, lis Gd ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

MACORNA. The Pyramid Cricket Club visit , ed Macorua on Saturday last, and defeated the locals rather easily. Macorna batted first and made 55. Pyramid made 106. Reg. Mitchell, who has been in charge of the Hawkins ton school, left this week for the Broadmea dows camp. The cricket club will lose his valuable services, and lie' will be missed at all Macorna social functions. The new management commit tee of the Macorna Recreation Re serve has been gazetted. Mr. C.' Sharp has secured the grazing Tights for twelve months. The committee have entered into ne gotiations with the object of secur ing a piece of ground close to the town, on which nil sports could be held. Two members of the school com mittee interviewed Sir Alex. Pea cock during his recent visit, and placed before him the claim for a teacher's residence here. Recog nising that we were entitled to one, he promised to erect it as soon possible.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. [?]ERANG PIG MARKET. Friday, Jan. 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. kkram; pic. makkkt. Kliday, Jan. 1 Stli. Andrew S. Muir and Co. report having hold their usual fortnightly sale of pigs at their bazaar oil'the above date, for which moderate yard itigs of both fat and store pigs came forward, There were several good buyers in attendance, and prices realised for fat pigs were equal to best late rates, and were highly satisfac tory to vendors. Stores met .with, good competition, and sold at prices equal to late ruling rates. We yarded 32 fats and 49 stores. Quota tions ;-Fats.- Prime baconers to £3 10s; light-weight do, to £z 3s; pork ers, to £2 10s. Stores.-Best, to £l 16s; others, to £l Is; small pigs, to 10s Gd.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Mead Salt Lands. THE WORK OF RECLAMATION. SUCCESSFULLY PROCEEDING [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

I Mead Salt Lands. THE WORK OF RECLAM ATION. SUCCESSFULLY PROCEEDING (One of the most gratifying fea tures of the past year's experience in the Cohitna irrigation district is the evidence it has afforded of the possibility of overcoming- the salt tronble, provided the proper means be employed. The four large Government drainage channels' at Mead, though completed less than i. a year ago, are already giving uu I' mistakablc signs of their beneficial » influence upon the salt lands con ' tiguous to tlietn. No sooner were { these main drains put in thaii they I began to drain the stagnant accu ! mutations of salt water away. Th'is was proven in several ways. In th(?:firs!t-jplace,, observers could not -help ipjticjnjg the innumerable little springs that began to flow from the drainage channel sides. These little streams, ou being tasted, were found to be brackish arid salt. These numerous spring, lets were sufficient to keep a cur rent of. drainage water moving along the main drains, a...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Jarwick the Prodigal," CHAPTER V (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

Warwick the Prodigal;' By T03I GALLON, Author of "T»tterley,>' « Kiddy," » A Princo of Mischance," " Tlio Kingdom of Hate,*' otc. CHAPTER V (Continued). ,«1- , . ^r8t bell go while I <Jrc«». i ivn -.'.f" ,! second bell, and still , 1 eep'ng cautiously out 0/ t'elouM,uv room- 1 hoard voices n'? thV L , ni? IP.V nol!k over the bead 1 aaw " white-haired ,KeiuiemaD' who3° TP^1 woo ' cross the hall with. . ? 'llfl ,,rIr' J In ar'j my ZK 'V ^ 'er £7 lniiKttini»ljr; " We, won't rcpllv rasca!''': be down'di ."i >v,l»v" an°thsr three or four min utes und tlii-n w,,nt down. Fortun alely for nip j j]at| never been a re irm-iory pusuner, so thai save for a vciy short interview of a mere moment or mi when I entered the prison, tho governor lind scarcely looked at me. H- might have seen me with the other (>r?.souer8, but it was scarcely Jikt'ly in that number, that he had singl'd mo om particularly Moreover, being very used to prison discipline, and ac customed (o make the bea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

MORLEY JOHNSON'S, House Furnishing Specialists We are now making a Specialty of Verandah Blinds. Write for <vur Special List. We will submit yotj.,sam pies for Verandah' Blinds in Gotton Duck-, Sail Canvas1, or' Fancy Striped Duck. Made complete with Pulleys, Cords, Poles, Brackets,' Cleats, Straps, Screws, etc., ready for fixing. MADK IN OUR OWN FACTORY Fly Wire Doors. Extension Wire Window Screens. Sleeping Out Beds, Camp Stretchers, Deck Chairs. Lounges, Vci.i ,Jah Chairs, Garden Seats Swing Chairs, B:nn!im> Blinds in all sizes. We Stock Stoves, Rnamv liuths, Copper Furnaces. The LargestFtirnishing Warehouse in Northern Victoria CHEAPEST FOR CASH. MOST LIBERAL FOR TERMS. MORLEY JOHNboN'S MitcheH strf^DiGo. SCHOLTEN BROS, (Sons of late G. J. SCHOLTEN). MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS BUGGIES - PHAETONS - GIGS - ETC. RE J IKS ALL EXECUTED by FIRST-CLASS TRADESMEN. OUR GIGS are the BEST and EASIEST-RIDING IN VICTORIA, and the PRICES are from f20. Doi-'.V- Scat!.&l...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 22, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 22, 1915. Cafe Chantant,-The Cafe Chan tant, which is to be held under the auspices of Cranmer Church of F.ngland tomorrow (Saturday) even ing, promises to be highly success ful. A large number of admission tickets have already been sold. The entertainment takes the form of an open air soiree, in which a pro ininade concert is combined with a coffee social, a number of other novel features being introduced. It will be held on the vacant land between the church and the I. O.R hull, which is being fenced in with hessi:in. The ground will be lit Up with colored lights, to give it the appearance of a fairy land, which of course it will be. The re freshment stalls will represent an important department, and a roar ing trade is expected in soft drinks. A select musical programme will be provided. Wild Duck.-The State cabinet have at length decided to proclaim the whole of the year 1915 a close season for wild duck. This decis ion has been arrive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 January 1915

S. F. Hyde THE DECORATOR, PAINTER, TAPER HANGER AND SIGN WRITER, , . IK-sirc? to notifv tlie Public that he is now established T «c\v premises m JCIXG KDWAUI) STRR K T, CO It VXA WALLPAPERS: Newest and most attractive designs. Sample boot sent to any r3rt of tllc district free. OILS and COLORS, The best quality in l'aiuts and Vnvmslies, Colors and Bruslnrarc. GLASS Cut to Ally Size. COACH & MOTOR PAINTING A Specialty. Note Address: King Edward Street, Next I'rivate 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 Enc'-os, Hornsby, [ Sewiii'i -.chinesand Pianos, Wer Ci- titlrs and Horseworks, Sav .'.Inches, sliding top, Corncrushers, from six bags per hour, ^10 10s Plows, for orchard, field or road work, . , . Washing Machines, 70s, trial given, Cyclone.Gates,...

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Monday, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

sum1 A.NULAMUS. jMuiniay, January ? I hc ..number or. ir.uiii imeeii Unit were forwiu'd loi' suit! loTuuy at., uiu lieudiao iiiiua. was quite suiiiciuiil ior- require-' .mulHs, anu lujjuuioi vv.iir iiii> alow uuoh. ? wliiOH represenioti- (no greater portion ul tile liemiiiigs,- loluueu ivi'ii. -'mere w.-ib :nil:? UnUlU-uLictmaiiuu Ol ,0Cal alia OlltS.dt: : outciiurs.-<tuu kvu'-oi tin; ,vie.iiouruo re presentatives. Most -oi the- best sheep . were soiu privateiy, una ior ilie bo:.t quai ; iiy pnees were uuaiici'Cii. mil ior l',ie use ful: to good: sdeep'Uttst :.\vee'K's-'fiiU- -rates were not mauiluiiieu. -Ilie store market : was a,SO easier luair. the previous one: lliougu compulsion ii'iim a good number oT farmers and'graziers was verv well sustained, ana. prices oil thewhole" satis inuiory.. m.niig .niu consideration.ilie wea ther conditions.' . i-ne voting breeding ewes arum deuuiiiii. mil the aged :IIKI ntjndiiscnpt sons are nut in request unless ut potter prices. ...

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COHUNA STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

COIIUNA .STOCK MAKKKT. Tuesday, 26th. William Wallace & Co. report : There was a large attendance at to day's stock sale, when we penned 477 sheep, wliich met spirited competition and a total clearance was-v effected at prices fully equal to late ruling rates. Cattle.-43 head yarded. Fats sold readily at advanced prices, while stores showed a Rood improvement on recent sales. Messrs. Diviny Bros, yarded four very nice. cows, bred by the owners, which were greatly ad mired for their quality, and made ^10 15s per head, Mr. Angus Martin being the purchaser. Quotations :- Prime cows, to _j£lO 15s ; light weights, to £5 19s; store cows, to £3 17s 6d; 15 to IS months old steers, £l 19s to £3 4s; mixed young cattle,' in forward condition, to 3Ss; springers, aged, to £3 10s. Sheep.- Forward lambs, to 9s 4d; store do, shorn, to 8s; merino ewes, aged, to 7s 9d; crossbred ewes, aged, to (5s 7d. Pigs.- 34 penned, and sold at higher rates. Good feeders, to 35s; others, to 27s Gd; slips, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

THE "MELBA" TEA ROOMS. - Main Street, C 0IIU N A. - High-Class Confectionery, FRl'ITS, DRINKS, nn.l A1TUUNOON TIIA Si:rrr,RS FOR DASCHS1 j Catered for. I- A. and B. HALL. j II. S. K. WARP. 34 to 3S SPENCER STREET j MELBOURNE. i GRAIN CHAFF & POTATO MERCHANT. Lucerne Specialist . Manufacturer of " HA-WA " ! Oat Flakes and " CORN BIRD Oatmeal. These are obtainable from all the leading Grocers in the States. i, James Carlyon, Saddle, Harness & Collar maker ' K E R A N G. ? .(ITS to notify that he has an i. .mense stock of harue* ; !.-.'n.ry that he ii offeringat ...vves>t possible prices.. No rub .-t;ch as is advei tisL'.l by Mtl ^timpcrs anil irom.-ioiigers. . which is dear at any price. He is a large buyer of the ver best material-imports all lit* ow mornls, etc., aud is therefore nbl to sell at prices far below thos charged by small tradesmen in up country to-.vns. AH hand-sewn. No machine work If yon want any good reliable saddlery and harness it will be worth vo...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

TO ADVKKTISKKS. The Column " Fanners' Weekly" lias a MUCH I.AUOIiU CIKCWl.ATIOX ill till? Cohuua. District tlmii that of nil other district papers put together. Copy for alterations to stnnilini; adver tisements must reach the office not late linn Tuesday of each week.

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The Cohuma Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

The Colmtia Progress -Association.-^^ There was n good attendance at the meeting; the above association on Wednesday evening1.'- Mr. C. L. King (president) occupied'tile chair. Considerable discussion j centred round "the postal,, telegraph and; telephone services of the district; Relative to the holiday arrange-, menls at the Cohnna office, the speakers were almost unanimous in their- experiences that existing eon ditions . so disorganised business1 that it-was 'time ar change, was made. Therefore it was deei'ded to-applvto the. Postal department to have the post and telegraph office open froiii O a-.m. to 6 p.m.-on six days a week, and to make the tele phone available oir the same" days' up'till S p.m. . -The lion, secretary was also di rected' to make inquiries when the i department, intended to' proceed with, the erection ? of the telephone line to Gunbower. Mr.; A. li. Les-1; ; ter said there had ; been ardelay of i three- months since this' line. was i: pegged out. He .had arr...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 29, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

Till'. Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 29, 1915. I-egal.-T-lie Coliuua l'ettv Sess ional court lias been having a slack time lately, but a water commission prosecution case of considerable in terest and importance to district ir rigators is set down for hearing on Tuesday next. Patriotic.-The Rev L. K. I,ee ressgned the position of Secretary to the Colnina I'atriotie Fund. His successor is Mr W. K. Irvine. The committee .accepted an offer made by Mr Schier to stage his play. Wee Docli and Doris, at Cohuna short ly in aid of the fund. A final don ation of jC7 17 0 has been dispat ched to the national fluid by the lo cal Shilling A Week club. Sale.-Mr Charles L. King reports having; sold on behalf of Mr Jas. Flight, a w. b. residence in llotmd ary street. The purchaser was Mr I'. Hildebrand, and the price, it is understood. .£500. Anglican.-Rev.J. Rogers, of Ounbower. has removed to the dio-. cesan theological Hall at Jiendigo, and the Cohuna and Gunbowerdis tnicl.s will in fu...

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Horton Concert. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

Horton Concert. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. The committee scored another pronounced success with their con cert at the above hall 011 Tuesday night. The popular programme was rewarded by a large and select audience. Kerang' supplied most of the vocalists. Appreciation of their efforts was expressed in hear ty rounds of frequent applause. Mr Angus Cameron, who took the chair, mentioned that the con cert was in aid of the proposed new supper room. At the close of the entertainment a hearty vote of thanks was passed to all who had assisted, on the motion of Mr A. Andrews, seconded by Mr Gar don. Mr J. S. Harris was highly popular in his musical sketches, which brought down the house every time. Following is the programme: Overture, Miss Hancock'; song, Mr Emmerson; sons," Only one of the Boys," M. R. Evans; duet, "Nocturne", Miss Tavernor and Mr Forte ; violin solo, Mr Calcutt; song, Mr Kiel; song, " A Sergeant of the line n, Mr Forte; huihorous song, Sister Susie, Mr'J. S. Har ris; overture...

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Cohuna Agricultural Society. SOME INTERESTING SPEECHES. PROGRESS OF THE DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

Cohuna Agricultural Society. SOME INTERESTING SPEECHES. PROGRESS OF THE DISTRICT The animal banquet of the Co huna Agricultural and Horticultu ral Society, which was held at Frantz's Hall, was not more re markable for the enthusiastic spirit that prevailed than for the general excellence of the speeches, de livered in connection with an un usually lengthy toast list, and bearing on many diverse subjects. It would be impracticable to re produce all these here, even in a condensed form, nor is it perhaps desirable; but several call for no tice on account of their interesting relation to the progress of the dis trict. There was a large and re presentative gathering, the chair being taken by Mr. A. K. Lester, J.P., president of the society. I he toast of the King,'' pro posed by the President in a few telling words, was received and honored with unexampled earnest ness. Mr. G. Cnrwardine, J.P., in proposing the "Shire of Kerang" paid a tribute to the capable and energetic manner in whic...

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