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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS [?]ERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday, Jan. 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS KICK.\\C STOCK MAliKKT. 1'richly, Jan. Andrew S. Muir and- Co. report, having Jieltl ilieir usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards Kerang 611 the above date, for which only small yai'dings of both sheep and cattle came forward. There was a good de mand for store sheep, lambs selling up to 8s 6d. Fat cattle met with good competition, and prices obtained were equal to best late rates Springers sold well at prices well in advance of the previous market. Quotations: Sheep.-Fat lambs, 10s : store laml)s, to 8s 6d ; merino ewes, aged, 8s 9d. Cattle.- Fat cows, to jCl ; fat year lings, to..Cl\ springers, to /l5 5s; cows with calves, .£,1; poddies, 16s. .. Privately since the beginning of the year we have sold- 11 bullocks, 231 crossbred wenners, 18 working bul locks; 197 crossbred ewes, 540 lambs, 15 bullocks, 26 fat cattle, 247 and 278 merino ewes, 35 mixed cattle, 2,500 crossbred ewes; 250 crossbred ewes; 20 dairy cows; 22 dairy cows.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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The Cafe Chantant. A POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

The Cafe Chantant. A POPULAR ENTERTAIN MENT. There was a large and almost crowded attendance at the Cafe Chantant on Saturday night. What is of more importance, there were brisk sales and large profits. Mr M'Keon kept everybody up to it. Every few minutes his voice could be heard above the sides-showmen from the platform: " Keep the com petitions going ! And dont forget the fruit supper ! There's plenty of refreshments 1 " But very litt le special pleading was needed. In fact the tired waiters had to turn their costumers away at last. The novelty lay probably as much in the name as anything. It was a pleasiu.ar departure to have the event in the open air. And the weather favoreSf The night, was calm atid clear. A spacc between the I. O. R. hall and the church had been fenced in with hessian, producing the effect of an Asiatic bazaar, when the soft lights of some thirty improvised Chinese lanterns streamed down upon the assembled throng. The enclosure itself must have entailed a lot ...

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

A. Bode, ARCHITECT V KERANG. Visits Coliuua weekly, and am instructions left with Mr C. i lIir.u will receive promi'i uttenliui Cohuna Billiard Tables. H. T. RUST, Begs to inform the public that 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. 8S>'" Agent for the International Har vester Company's Machinery, of every description; the Sun Insurance Co.; and also for Messrs. Willan, Colles and' Wil an, Kerang. SUMMER SALE. SUMMER SALE. "T "HIT : , J} 9 .. . : FOR a Few Days'only I am' Clearing out ? , my Surplus Stock of Summer Drapery . u at prices unprecedented in the annals of . ' Cheap Sales in the North. . ; r The Pricfe are cut down very low, to ensure a speedy clearance. The following are a few of the Special ' Lines offering : Dress Pieces in Sponge Cloths, Poplin, Crepes, and Washing Materials, in spots and stripes.' - Indies' Costumes, Blouses, Skirts, Neckwear, e...

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Hand Feeding of Lucerne. EXPERIMENTS AT COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

Hand Feeding of Lucerne. KXPKRIMHNTS AT COHUNA. Iii a recent article,' the " Leader" details the results of'. some experi ments conducted by Mr. A. ft. Reid, of Cohunrt', in tlie hand feeding of sheep with lucerne. '' Starting from the well-known fact that Australian stockmen, who are notoriously averse to hand feeding, are compelled in drought years to save their animals by re course to it on a most expensive scale, he canni to the conclusion that it was a pra°tice that could profitably be adopted every year by the sheep man. . . . Further more, he asked himself, was it not preferable that the sheep should be supplied daily with a liberal ration of clean, fresh lucerne, rather than that they should be given unre stricted access to a luxuriant crop, which they would at first eat ravenously, and afterwards foul as badly as if a regiment of soldiers had ^eeii drilled upon it." COIIUN'A EXPERIENCES. Reasoning along these lines, Mr. Reid decided that hand feeding on a large scale of luc...

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'Jarwick the Prodigal," CHAPTER IV (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

.Jarwick the Prodigal," Uv TOIL GALLON, Author of " Tntterley,'' " Kiddy," " A Princo of MiBeliuncL'," " Tho Kingdom of llutu,'' eic. C'H.APTKK* IV ((.Vmtinucd). Of c"urftp it wi\<: only to be expected lua . ^ .Mioiilii rective .shocks.of various '"'to.mil 1 think now mat I must Uavo invn more hardened Unit I h t imagined myself to bo to have ijot »n s'> \vo»l without betraying myself . ;er nun n*cr again. for instance, ir the j middle of Juneh, while p tall . was-" standing behiD my ; cnajr, my new parent burst ou gud l cieiuy with: ! "I suppose you know, Geori , thai I N:e.Jlavc a convict pribon quf ? near i . | 1 I:ad ft mouthful at the ti e, and I 1 bolted it whole, nearly chol- ijj my j s< If in the process. "Indeed sir?" I j gas-pea. *1 suppose you doi see j .to anything of the-the wrote* d neo ! tt.er * "Oh, indeed I do," he replied "You see, from my position in tlie nt 'hbor hootl, 1 am h magistrate, and . i one of the vis.iting committee. I' due the...

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

MORLEY JOHNSON S, House Furnishing Specialists We are now making' a Specialty of Verandah Blinds. Write .for ''our Special List., -We wi11: submit' you 'sanipies f< Verandah Blinds in Cottoii Duck, Sail Canvas, or Fancy Striped Due... Made complete witli Pulleys, Cords, Poles, Brackets, Cleats, Straps, Screws, etc., ready for fixing. MADE IN OUR OWN FACTORY- - Fly Wire Doors. Extension Wire Window Screens. Sleeping Out Beds, Camp Stretchers, Deck Chairs. Lounges, Verandah Chairs, Garden Seats Swing Chairs, . Bamboo Blinds in all sizes. We Stock Stoves, Enamel Baths, Copper Furnaces. The LargestFurnishing Warehouse in Northern Victoria CHEAPEST FOR CASH. MOST LIBERAL FOR TERMS MORLEY JOHNSON'S Mitche11 st»* BENDIGO. (Sons of late G. J. SCIIOLTEN). MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS BUGGIES - PHAETONS - GIGS - ETC. REPAIRS ALL EXECUTED by FIRST-CLASS TRADESMEN. OUR GIGS-are the BEST and EASIEST-RIDING IN , VICTORIA, and the PRICES are from £20. \ Double Seated Buggies, from £38. ...

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

S. F. Hyde I THE DECORATOR, PAINTER, PAPER HANGER I AND SIGN WRITER, Desires to notify the Public that he is now established in new premises in KINO kdward STRKF.t, cohuna WALLPAPERS. Newest and most attractive designs. Satnjile look sent to any part of the district free. OILS AND COLORS, The best quality in Paints and Varnishes, Colors and Bruslnvare. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PAINTING A Specialty. Note Address: King Edward Street, Next rrivatc 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, Hornsbv, Sewing Machines and Pianos, Wer tlieim, ChafFcutters and Horseworks, Saw Benches, sliding top, Corncrtishers, from six bags per hour, jflO 10S Plows, for orchard, field or road \YI' : Machines. 70s, trial given, C; . ? :.v Gates, all sizes, Ta...

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CHAPTER V. A COMMITTEE OF ROGUES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 January 1915

CHAPTER V. A COMMITTEE OP UOfJUES. X hold thnt a man may do anything in this world, provided lie is hold enough. If faith will remove moun tains, then pluck will do as much-in a minor degree. There is no-man-Mr in? who has been in tighter placjs. than I have, or who has squeezed out of them so neatly with a whole skin fo that I speak with some authority. I went to that dinner party. It will scarcely be believed hut it is true. 1 had a very bad half-hour of thinking before I made up my mind to the or deal ; but there w.ns no way out of i.". Flight was impossible: I should sim ply be running my head into unknown dangers. This danger was bad enough, but. I.thought that I could manage tc come through it successfully. In the first place, one has to reckon in a business of this,sort, the chances of suspicion. If the governor of aij prison had been in active search foi me, about the last place in the world in which" he would have thought ol looking would have been in the house of his old f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

??: s?::: ? ?-' ??;'*,, NESTLE S CONDENSED MILK Is Milk free from Adulteration and all Disease Germs. UselNESTLE'S Condensed Milk ForJ[feeding your Baby, and forjjall Household Purposes. Obtainable at all the Leading Stores. MORE THAN 10 MILES OF eiOTENDORF" Farm :WaggQn If all the "Bettendorf Farm Waggons now in E use in the Commonwealth were paraded tlisv L' would form a solid prccession more than 10 miles lo>:£. If every farmer in Australia would investigate their L Sterling value and their many advantages over other ? light waggons sold up to £50-the procession would soon I be 100 miles long. . J. 1915 PATTERN GREATLY IMPROVED [ We are now just beginning to land more than 1.000 cf the 1 1915 pattern Waggons with wheel spokes nearly 4C< stronger t Ay than earlier patterns. This pattern is also equipped with a I $ pJjBM' much improved brake-either lever or screw type as desired - ' . all suggestions for further improvement however trifling, have ! had attention, unti...

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MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

MACORNA.-. The contract :for-the new Tra-; |gowel State-school hasbeen secured by the Macorna builder, Mr. J. M'Laughlin for the sum of .£263. ? Thebuilding,will .becommenced as isoon as the timber can be? put on : tlie ground.., . / . ; The measles:;epidemic seems to have passed, as no-fresh cases have been reported for some weeks. The State-school has been re-opened, having been .closed since early in December.-. Mr. ^Gunning, teacher from Buiidalong' South, has suc ceeded Miss Mitten, who has been transferred to Beiidigo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

Coffee Palace, COHUNA. ; : MRS. C. H. MCDONALD Wishes to notify the Public 'that she has leased the above-named establishment. ? EXCELLENT 'AC COM MOD A TION AND CUISINE. i No pains will be spared in study ing the comfort of both travelling and ' perinanent boarders. FRKK STABLING PROVIDED. Cohuna Boot Palace. Having: moved into new and - much more commodious prem- . ises in Main Street T. Wilhnan, takes the present opportunity to thank the public pf Cohuna 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. Mr. Manchester, B.V.Sc., PYRAMID, Will resume practice on August 1st, ami \ VISIT COHUNA At intervals or when required. Cohuna Billiard Tables. II. T. RUST, Begs to inform, the public that he has just completed- a powerful installation of the Gloria Light, , and takes the opportunity to re ...

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A Disputed Account. RYAN V. WILSON [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

A Disputed Account.! RYAN V. WILSON . Considerable'time was taken - up nt the Coliuna police court on Tues flay in the process of proving'.1 dis puted acount. The litigants were William F. Ryan and Francis Wil son. The dispute arose ovei' a claim of .£5-11-6 for moneys alleg ed to have been paid by Ryan for Wilson as agent for McDonald, for parcels carried from 1st October to 20th of Nov. Mr Trebilcock, for Ryan, explained that complainant paid freight and road cartage 011 parcels per the mailman, McDon ald, collecting the amounts after wards. Complainant had been pay ing McDonald for films brought for Wilson by express arrange ment; from 1st October to the 20th Nov. When, however, Raan sent in his account Wilson repudiate 1 it. Mr Willan, for the'defence, held that 110 money had been paid by Ryan; that 110 request had been made to Ryan to malic payments; that the amounts were in dispute; and that the court had no jurisdic tion. William F. Ryan, called, gave evidence corroborating t...

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PATHO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

PATTIO. . The friends of Mrs. Bell, of Torrumbarry, formerly of Cohuna Heachvorks, will be pleased to hear that she has recovered from her recent serious illness. Mr. D. Young, of Torrumbarry, who has been laid up in -Ecliuca, has returned home. Unfortunately he has not yet recovered perfect health, and has the unpleasant prospect of having to undergo an operation in the near future. Mr. Young has recently taken up land in the Cohuna district. Mrs. Ennis, teacfler of the Patho school, has resumed duty. This week she sent away a fine parcel .of "comforts for the troops," which :have been made by local ladies.

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District News. GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

.District News.; .(.l'-roin our. '.Corrc»pondcuts:) GUNBOWER; The Harvest Festival of the above Church was held on Sunday last, the church being tastefully decored with greenery, and the pulpit \Vell laid out with seasonable fruit and . flowers. One of the attractive fea tures of the' festival was - a huge pumpkin, weighing 60 lbs., grown by Mr. A. E. Dalton. On Monday evening the Fruit Soiree attracted good audience, who listened with interest and appreciation to a good programme of songs, duets and in strumental music. The ladies of congregation handed round cooled fruit, which was thoroughly en joyed.

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

TO ADVKKTISKKS. Tin.' Culniua "Farmers' Weekly" lias a Ml'CII I.ARGKK CIRCULATION ill the Cohutta District than that of all other district papers put together. Copy for alterations lo standing adver tisements must reach the office not lute lian Tuesday of each week.

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A Strange Theft. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

A Strange Theft. , Charles HinchclifTe, a youth aged 19, was charged-bofarc ^lr..Bar told, P.M., aucl . Mr. C.ai;wardi«c,, , J.P.., at ..the Cohuna Police Court on Tuesday with having stolen two one pound notes from John M'Laren, farmer, of Gunbower, , on the night of the 7th January. John -M'Laren, the informant, sworn, said that he was a farmer residing at Gunbower. On the evening: of the 7th lilt, he said to the attendant of an engine : I'll go ' to bed now, and when you feel sleepy call me. Accused called witness at 2 o'clock to start a shift. On reaching the engine accused said :. Do you ever walk in your sleep? Witness replied : No. Accused, said : There was a man : here a time ago who resembled you very much. But he wouldn't come close enough to let me see who he really was. Witness said : Could you possibly know him again by his walk ? Accused said lie didn't know. The accused further said that after looking over the channel bank the, man disappeared. Wit ness had left five ...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly Friday, February 5, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

Tin; Cohuna Farmers' Weekly Friday, February 5, 1915. Half Price Sale.-The manage iu£nt of the Farmer's Cooperative Trading Company, of Mncorna, call public attention to . their big impending sunimer drapery sale, which is to open at their stores tomorrow. A special feature of this sale is the firm's claim to sell the whole of their fresh and seas onable stock at half the ordinary prices. I-\>r particulars, se_' adver tisemeut gu page 4. Vaccination.- John McNanfjht, CJimliower, was prosecuted at the Column Police Court 011 Tuesday for failing to have his child vacci. natcil. There was no appearance of defendant, who was fined £\. Indecent Language. - Michael M'Mahon was charged at the local court on Tuesday with using in decent language at Gunbower, on the ISth January. The case was proved by Constable Teague. The defendant, who said he was very sorry for what had occurred, was fined £3. Departing.-Mr. H. F. Nunn, the Cohuna dairyman and farmer, is the district for the neighborh...

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Wee Wee Rup Races. SATURDAY, 6th FEBRUARY. LARGE ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

Wee Wee Rup Races. SATURDAY, 6th FEBRUARY. LARGE ENTRIES. The public are reminded of the Wee Wee Rup annual races, which take place to-morrow (Saturday). First-rate entries for all the events have been received, and given'any thing like decent weather the meeting is certain to be a well attended and highly-successful one. The committee are taking the ut most pains with regard to details, with a view to securing the plea sure and comfort of visitors and the public generally. Following are the weights LADIES' BRACELET. Kilmana ... Problematic Inman Bonadea ... Giftess Holly ford ... Charm land Condillion... Woorneet ... Lady Schim mel Cupid st. lh. 11 13 11 7 11 S 11 2 10 13 10 13 10 10 10 10 10 6 10 6 10 5 st. 11) Algernon ... 10 4 Sir Lacblau 10 4 Midlands ... 10 2 Miss Last combe Witness Frembex . Sail Lock .. Rose Mettus 9 12 Willow Wood 9 12 Miss Redlight 9 10 Schimmilier 9 t Hymenius... 9 ' 10 2 10 0 10 0 9 12 WEE WEE RUP HANDICAP. Monody ... 9 9 Problematic 9 2 Necooroonook 9 0...

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Elmore- Cohuna Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

Elmore - Cohuna Railway. At tlic monthly meeting of the Rochester Shire Council held ,011 Thursday, correspondence was read from the Board of I<aud and Works acknowledging receipt of letter re questing provision for crossing at about 41 miles 30 chains 011 the Elmore-Cohuna railway, and stat ing that the matter would receive consideration.-Received. Mr. F. Clarke, M.L.C., also wrote, en closing letter re the provision of sidings and stations at M'Coll and Kotta 011 the' filmore-Cohumi rail way. The matter h;id been refer red to the Chief Kngineer of Rail way Construction to deal with. Received. The monthly meeting of the Klinore-Coliuua Railway Trust was held at Rochester on Thursday of last week. , Present Crs. J. Crawford (inithc chair), Martin, M'Intyre, Rankin, Dobson, Kcogli Dolicrty, and the secretary (Mr. H. T. Downe). The applications of H. and \V. D. Russell, Jas. Kernan and R. H. Hickey for oc cupation crossings, culverts, etc., were dealt with in a letter from ...

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WEE WEE RUP v. COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

WEF. WEE liUP v. COIIUNA. The,meeting of 'the'alVove'teams, attracted ;! large gathering to the! Wee Wee Rup courts last Saturday.,' The courts were in good order, and a uipjit'.cnjpyable game resulted. The visitors proved too strong, winmug-by- a. good,, margin of 22 games, although the locals did better' than the scores- indicate. Afternoon-tea and fruit, provided by the Wee Wee Rup ladies, was greatly appreciated. Details': King and Harris beat Hancock and'Calcutt, 9-4; beat F. and A. Southern, 9-5; beat Taylor and W. Southern, 9-2. Irvirie and Nanki vell beat F. and A. Southern, 9-3 ; beat Taylor and W. Southern, 9-6; beat Hancock and Calcutt, 9-8. Keely and Fraser beat Taylor and W. Southern, 4-6; lost to Hancock and Calcutt, 5-9; lost to F. and A. Southern, 6-9. Totals : Cohnna, 74games; Wee WeelRup, 52 games

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