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Alleged Uttering False Coin. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

Alleged Uttering False Coin. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Kenneth Grant, aged about 30, was charged at flic Cohuna police court on Tuesday with uttering false coin, and with having false coin in his possession. The offence was al leged to have taken place at Gun bower on the 30th January. Henry Mueller, sworn, said he was billiard marker at the Gunbow er hotel. Accused came in on the day in question and had two games of billiards, handing witnesss a coin purporting to be a half-crown. Could swear it was the coin pro duced. Witness said: This is no good to me. Accused answered: Why? I said: It is a brummy. Ac cused then took the coin back, re marking: I suppose a man might get into trouble if he was found with this on h!m ? I said: Yes. James Conn, an employe at the Gunbower hotel, said he was assist ing in the bar on the night in question when accused came in and had a drink, handing him a seeming half-crown in payment, Having no change witness handed the coin back. Accused called a...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Tennis. THE COHUNA DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. MEAD v. HORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

Tennis. THE COI-IUNA DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. MEAD v. I-IORTON.' The rabove club's-met OJI: , the Mead cfturts last Saturday, when u most exciting1, match was witnessed betweeri the gents. : The final count' made the scores-71 games each, but Horton having, won five of the nine sets and won the match. _ The Mend ladies proved much- too -good for their less-experienced;.; oppo nents, winning by 24 "games- to 4. The Mead ladies provided after noon tea and, fruit, and a most en-: joyable afternoon wart spent by ill. Scores:- ; Ladies.- Misses M'Donald jieqk Misses-M. Peace and Hilderbrand, 6-0; and beat Misses A. Peace and Morris 6-0. .Mrs. Schier and' Miss Peel beat Misses My-' Peace' and Hilderbrand,J6-1; and beat. Sjlisses A. Peace and Morris, 6-3. Totals :. Mead 24; Horton, ,4 ( Gent's.- Henty and Hird; beat Sandow and C. Shier, 9-8;" lost to Gibson and H. Schier, 7-9; lost.to. Chalmers and jl* Wliae, ' Mar^, tin and Peace beat Sandow and C. Schier9-8 ;? beat Chalmers and 'M'Whae, 9-5...

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Water Prosecution Case. ILLEGAL DIVERSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

Water Prosecution Case. ILLEGAL DIVERSION. George M. Vallance, farmer of Cohuna, was charged before Mr Bartold P. M. and Mr G. Carwar dine J. P., at the Cohuna Court 011 Tuesday with (l) having on the 10th Dcc. illegally diverted wa ter from the Water Commission's water course at Lateral Q stop; and (2) with having on the 29th P':c. repeated the offence; also(3) with having unlawlully operated ail outlet for the diversion of wat er from Lateral Q. Mr Balmer ( instructed by Messrs Connelly, Tatcliell & Dunlop ) appeared for the Water Commission, and Mr Myles O'Brien for the defendant. It was agreed to hear the cases to gether. In opening the case Mr Balmer explained that the commission ae garded interference with the chan nel outlets as a verp serious matter, and that with a view to safeguard ing such outlets had looked them with a padlock. In the cases un der consideration it would be shown that the outlet had beeu operated by taking out the bolt that neld the gate bar in po...

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"[?]arwick the Prodigal," CHAPTER III (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

jarwick the Prodigal," BY TOM GALLON, Author of " Tatterlcy," " Kiddy," .' A Prince ol Mischance," ''The Kingdom of Hate," ; etc. CHAPTER lit (Continued). "Don't bo ungrateful," he snapped. "Haven't I done everything for you; haven't 1 made a mini of you, when your inothor-had she lived-would liuvo made you a milksop? Now I'm going to do more still lor you; only you've not to be precious careful. W;. shall skate oil the thinnest ice we've ever skated on yet." "Don't forget Hint I've been through once or Lwice," I reminded him. "Yes, because you're so devilish careless," he retorted. " Howovcr, this time I shall be at your elbow; if , you hnvc any brains at all, the thing is easy. Now listen to me." For some time he was silent; evi dently he wag making up his mind in what form of words to convey to me what he had to suy. It must have been a weighty matter, and lie was evidently a little distrustful of me in regard to it. But lie never had had a good opinion of my powers; I sup pose t...

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

MORLEY JOHNSON S, House Furnishing Specialists We are now making a Specialty of Verandah Blinds. ~ Write .for our Special. W«t. : XVe wilF subm^you'samples for jymndaU^Ktnd's in Cotton Duck, Sail Canvas, or Fancy Striped Duck. Made complete with 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. M0RLE7 JOHNSON'S SCHOLTEN BROS, (Sons of late G. J. SCHOLTEN). | 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. Second-hand Vehicles, fr...

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

S. P. Hyde THE DECORATOR, PAINTER, PAPER HAXGER AND SIGN WRITER, Desires to notify the f'ublic tot lit- is now established in new premises in KING iibWARp STRI-IJT. COH UNA WALLPAPERS. Newest and most attractive designs. Sampl'- trf->oU sent to any part of the district free. OILS AND COLORS, The best quality in Paints and Varnishes, Colors and Ilrnslnvare. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR I'AINTIXG A Specialty. Note Address: KinR Kd\vanl Street, Next Private Hospital. Cooke Brothers, M A C O R X A . Can supply Any Machine that is Used on a Farm, and will be pleased to send prices and par ticulars of Moivers, 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 Horse works, Saw Benches, sliding top, Corncrushers, from six bags per hov-. £\n 10s Plows. . orchard, field or road \, : Machines, 70s, trial given, C> Gales, all s...

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CHAPTER IV. SOMEONE BELIEVES IN ME. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 5 February 1915

CHAPTER IV. SOMEONE BELIEVES IN" ME. Ii any reader oi this history should have failed to understand my feelings, to say nothing of my emotions, at the position in which I found myself, let iiim look for a moment at the circum stances. In the first place, I was nn iscaped convict, tor whom active search '.vas being made; and the prison from which I escaped was within a mile .-r Iwo of me. Iu the second place, I >vas assuming a character which was not mine, and was takine the place jf i dead man. Iu fact, I had been al 'eady taken to the arms of a rich lnau, oi good position, who believed me to be his own offspring. Thirdly, there was a certain murder id man to be accounted for, and his jody to be disposed of; and, fourthly," 1 was a mere tool iu the hands of my father and his gang, and I knew well Jnough that I had merely been thrust into the position I was to occupy in jrder to serve their-own nefariouB pur poses. From my own point of view I kntw j '.hat sooner or later the bubbl...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

BKXI1IG0 PIC. MARKET. Mr. I'raiik A. Hill reports:-The sup ply of pigs nl to-dny's sal;: was short [ of what has liecn coining forward I'or 801111! VVftCUS [>!15=t. Iml nevertheless llio pi'nporlion of quality was good, and alt prime descriptions of baenr.ers and pork, era 11101 Willi brisk competition from llic ourcrs present. Hull's realised wore very strong, ami alioul on a par willi the prices prevailing at lasl sale. Ven dors who have prime pigs for market would now he well advised to send lliem forward and lake advantage of the good prices ruling, while on the other hnr.d stores .mil half fat sorts fire exceedingly dull of sale. Prime haconers lo-riay Hold from £3 17s to 1M lis; himdyweight prime descriptions, hnlwecn £S and £.'! 10s; haekfatlers, to £5 8s; prime pork ers, Z'l 10s lo ts lf>s; medium sorts, £2 lo C2 5s. Stores of all descriptions showed a. Iiig fnlling-olT in numbers, only very few heir.g on offer, the low prices ruling consequent, on llio dear, ness and ...

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CATTLE. Tuesday, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

CATTLIO. Tuesday, February fl. Tin! Hi!iiili;ri> e.illlo market was supplied to-ilay with ''9 i lto.nl, anil contrary to PNIiiu'lnllniiH inillfi a number of lliosc for w.UM for k.iIo won' from useful In frond ipKiiilv bullocks, ami a fair supply <»f prJnui (!'iw.s iihl hHfers. % Tim usuri! |o i*:il :it)i| nnlsi'li' huli'li'M's ill 1 <M1<I<**!, also I wo wli . :<* iiM'ii from Moll.oonio W«t»? opiirijlhitf. Tim niarkW showod many HuWitiilioiis and ppiivs on Iho wlmh' \yi>ro fully 10s below Uiovh ruling .'i wo"lc ;i^o; In Hit! jusj m'Mly il^scj'iplions prinos aro una]t<Mv<l. The jLrroakT propoiiion of Ihii yarding \\mh stores, and lh« nmrkH was dull, (.'Vi!ii wilh llo* extra competition of down r.ouulry buyers. Veal<irs am soiling w«dl. and hulls carrying #ood con dition are also realising bifeii prlcoH. CHiot^lioiis.'-Host lijrht.\vi!lfjht bullocks, 1110 10s io 1'I2; K<»ud bullocks...

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KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday, Feb. 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

KttRANG STOCK MARKET. Friday, Feb. 5th. William Wallace and Co. report having: conducted their usual fort nightly stock sale at their Keranff yards on the above date, when a good yarding of both sheep and cattle came to hand. There was a splendid ^at tendance, and by auction and'.: pri vately we cleared the yarding' at fully late rates. We'yarded 384 sheep and 68 cattle, which sold as follows : Sheep.-Merino ewes, forward condi tion, 10s lid; aged merino ewes; low condition, 4s to 5s 6d; shorn weaners 6s 9d. Cattle.-Prime cows, to ^11;. good do, to .£8 15s; light-weights, to -£S; prime' heifers, to' £9 6s; small and light do, to ^5 4s; prime steers, light, to J£4 7S;- store COWS, to ^3 Is; 18 months to 2-year-old steers, £3 Is; poddies, 21s to 30s; bulls, to'^5 10s; vealers, 14sto 35s. Outside we have sold privately,- 8 fat wethers, 9 milkers, 7 mixed cattle; 17 steers and heifersy 71 lambs,v 14 mixed.; cattle;. 600 ewes and weaners, and 20 horses. Andrew S. Muir and Co. report havi...

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GUNBOWER STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

GUXnOWKR STOCK SAT.K. Shackcll, White and Co. Pty. Ltd. report having held their usual monthly sale 011 Monday last. The entry was a small one, theattendance fair,, and prices satisfactory. We sold :-r-Fat cows, good, Ll 7s; fat heifers, small, £\ 5s; crossbred wethers, good,. 18s; crossbred lambs, good, 17s; merino ewes, good, 13s; crossbred weaners, 10s 3d.

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Monday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

BENDIGO LIVE STOCK. MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Monday, February The supply of trade sheep on otter 10- f d-jy at the municipal yards, Uendigo, was quite sufficient for the requirements of the usual local and outside butchers, who now limit the?r purchases to the week s consumption, and very rarely buy over supplies. In the private sales Ihe demand was very keen, ami most of the best sheep sold already, and at the opening sales by auction competition was brisk, but to ward the close the.keen demand thai ex isted earlier in llie day was not sustained, ami the iu*lrket eased. Together with the stores, the total number penned was i.Wi. There was a good gathering of the far mers and graziers, and with the extra competition of ;down country men good young breeding ewes changed hands at fairly satisfactory prices, but all other classes of stores were h.u'd to dispose of unless at low rales, and in the case of aged ewes at. only poller priecs. Quotations:-Rest crossbred wethers, His ibl to 22...

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BALLARAT PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

' BAT.I.ARAT PIG MARKET. Cooke Bros., Macorna, report : Pigs-from the Column district met with splendid competition at last week's sale, and prices were the best for years. The top price of pens' of baconers reached £^r19s. Baconers 011 account of. Mr. F. Farrant sold for 96s 6d, a good line for Mr. T. Lee at 93s, and Mr. A. Bawden, 90s, Others for Messrs. Grills. Mills, Peel, Richards and Parris s>Ul down to 82s 6d.

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, February 12, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, February 12, 1915. Obnoxious G9th Clause. - In stead of decently waiting for the Royal Commission's impending official report on tlie subject, the " Age " continues to insist on the retention of clause 69. In an edi torial 011 Monday it said:-" The State docs not cut up large landed properties into farm allotments to promote land dealings or to give fanners ail opportunity to trade in real estate. Its object is to people the country and increase product ion. The aim and intention of clo ser settlement are to induce settlers to make permanent homes; to util ise the land to its full capacity; to promote country trade, and dot the the country with prosperous towns and villages. Once absenteeism is permitted the " shepherd " and the speculat°r begin to replace the cultivator,, and there is soon whole sale reaggregation. Had holders, of irrigated lucerne blocks been en abled to make unrestricted s^les to stock owners during the present drought, closer ...

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Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

Water Supply. After stopping a week the two old Gannawarra pumps at the Co lumn lieachvorks were set going a gain on the 3rd, to make good the deficiency on the previous turh. The 4 Cohuna pumps were restart ed on Saturday. On Sunday one of the Gannawarra pumps ran it self dry. The others will continue pumping, if practicable, till next Saturday. The Murray is now 4ft Yf inch below summer level-or 2it below any previous year's record. In fBct, the pumps are now lifting from below the bottom of the river, which is flowing from both direct ions to the intake. At a meeting of the Kow Swamp league, held at Kerang, a resolut ion was passed expressing gratitude ?o the Water Commission for instal ling the pumping plant at Torrum barry at " an exceedingly critical time arid thereby saving the stock within the area. In view of the reduction of the Torrumbarry plant from 10 pumps to 4 pumps, the meeting requested that the pre sent supply be continued.

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GUNBOWER. A VALUABLE WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

GUNBOWER. A VAT.UANI.K WNRX. The Gunbower Butter Factory Company has just successfully con cluded the sinking of a deep and important well to obtain a better and purer''supply of water than than is available from the adjoin ing Gunbower creek. Owing to ignerance of local geological condi tions the work was necessarily of a somewhat risky nature. Many va ried strata were encountered as the bore went down, and three times water, was struck. But on each oc cassion it was brackish. At last, after getting down 300 feet a fine flow of clear pure water was met with. Sample analyses have given satisfactory results, and equally satisfactory results are being ob tained from this well water in the factory. A valuable feature of the new supply is its delicious cool ness, its temperature in midsum mer being down to 6S degrees. This is almost equal to a refrigera tor. The cost of the operations was .£250. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. The.Gunbo\ver Race Club, which has Mr R. L. Duncan for its presi dent, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

NESTLE'S CONDENSED MILK Is Milk free from Adulteration and all Disease Germs. UselNESTLE'S Condensed Milk ForJLfeeding* your Baby, and forjall Household Purposes. Obtainable at all the Leading Stores. 3 ' fS®KE THAN "" "*s>, If *e jf'y ( a;-*/ Sterl i&L- liohf \ V* & If all the "Bettendorf" Farm Waggons now in use in the Commonwealth were paratlcu f ( I? rh Wt would form a solid procession more than 10 miles la;:; every farmer in Australia would investigate ihcir erling value and their many advantages over other ? jXrX'Z*'/ light waggons sold up to £50-the procession would soon 100 miles long. « 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% stronger i . j-'jX than earlier patterns. This pattern is also equipped wan a AT[>:-W much improved brake-either lever or screw type as desmvl 3,1 suggestions for further improvement however trifling, h ? nacl attention, until we are n...

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Wee Wee Rup Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

Wee Wee Rup Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING. j Considering the season, the Wee Wee Race Club could hardly have had better weather for their annual races last Saturday if they had had the ordering of it. It was delight fully clear, radiant and cool, just the day in fact for a good outing. If only the Committee could have turned the grateful western breeze into one from the opposite direct ion, their happiness would have been complete; for in that case the dust that rose in clouds with each movement of the vehicles would have blown away from the course, instead of over it. But the crowd was there-one of the biggest and most reprefentativeof recent years. It is doubtful if it would have been much bigger had it been held on the traditional New Year's Day. The recesses of the picturesque fringe of trees surrounding the course were filled with horses and vehicles. We counted .s many as twenty-six motorcars. Al>out^34 was taken at the gate, which com pares favorably with that of pre vious yea...

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COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. COHUNA STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

COMMERCIAL. DISTRICT MARKETS. COIIUNA STOCK MAKKKT. Tuesday, ytil. Chiuics L. King reports having conducted his nioiitlily sale at Coluuia 011 Tuesday last. The tone of the market was dull, and bidding dragged considerably, excepting for prime or extra good meaty sorts. Good store pigs pigs showed a slight advance on last sale rates. Fat cows, to £(.> 15s; do heifers, to .64 12s; do steers, 2 yrs, to X'6; calves, to 40s; merino ewes, 7s to 10s; Iambs, 5s to 6s 6d. Geo. A. Jience and Co. report hav ing held their usual monthly sale at Frantz's yards on the above date, when they yarded 95 cattle, 150 sheep and 100 pigs. There was a good at tendance, and the market opened brisk for fat cattle, which sold well. Store cattle in low condition were dull, while those in strong condition sold readily. Quotations:-Fat cows, light weight, to £5 19s: do heifers, to j£4 10s ; working "bullocks, to £j 5s; store cows, in forward condition, to £3 15s; cows in low condition, 35s to 60s; bulls, to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 12 February 1915

Money to Lend On interests under JViJls and Settle men la, at low rates. . DARVALX & HORSFALL, Solicitors," 225 Collins-street, Melbourne. Agent: C. S. DAUVAI.T,, Mncorna. -SUNSHINE 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 McRAY & CO., The Progressive Stores PYRAMID HILL. - STOCKTAKING SALE. W. H. KIEL & CO. GUNBOWER. Announce that previous to Stocktaking and in preparation for New Season's Goods, they will commence a SALE on Monday, February 1st, which is to be of only Three Weeks'duration, when they will offer, at Greatly Reduced Prices, the whole of their well-selec...

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