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SPECTRES THAT STOLE MONEY. SAVINGS CARRIED OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

SPECTRES THAT STOLE MONEY. SAVINGS CAIUUKI) Ol'T. Tho way in which a French family oi farmers ended cm 'Spirits" to aid them in an attempt to avoid jMyiitg the rent is causing -onie amusement in Paris. Two brothers, natiied Guittnn, occu pi*»il. with their \viv..-s and children, n small iarm near Saiiit-Amatid. <>»«. day thev told their neighbors of in visible hands, which upset their flower pots and disTirangcd their garden>. Mine. Guitton, the younger, said, too. that by night she had seen through he: window two black men-or demon* who walked up and down, casting cur ses -«t tho house. It was di^-overeci on the next day that the family's whol.> savings had disappeared. Appeal wa.4 made to the priest^and to tho police. Hut neither the Hit in of tho one nor the vigilance of t br other (.says tho "Matin") could throw light uj>on tho matter for the moment. .Enquiries were continued by the police and tho "stolen" money wa tound under a staircase, whero the brothe...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MAKING A STACK COVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

MAKING A STACK COVER. In requesting information upon "the best mixture to put on n hcssian stack I eovor to uiako it waterproof and not to.: rot it," a correspondent explains thai . ho lias tried Stockholm tar and tmit« ' ton fat, but that mixture makes the eovor too heavy, and the tar is liable to burn the fibre of the cover. This ..» respondent is informed that a sat isfactory waterproof cover cannot bo made from liosian, and in the long ran it is cheaper to get- u canvas cover, and lu»vo it passed through a solution to make it rot-proof. With eato such a tv«»r lasts tor years, A process of wato^oroofing worth a trial is as fol lows: - Ingredients: 2 o./,. soap, -1 o/,. glue, 1 gal. water. Soften the glue in colli w 'tor. and dissolve it together with tho snap in the water by aid ot heat and agnation. The cloth' is filled with thin soit/iim by boiling it irt tho 1 .<jiiid tor severe1 hours, the time re quired depending /noil the kind of fi!>r.< and thickne...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A MISUNDERSTANDING [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

A MISUNDEBSTANDING Tho T/ouog man produced a small squaro box Yrom liia pocket. "My dear/' he said, "I have a Christmas present for you. I don't knew whetnor it will fit' your finger or ! not, . hut I'll " - "Oh, Chris/' slu* interrupt^. 'Why I never even thought---** Then Clira opened tho box and pro duced tho gift, a ailver thimble, and tho room got suddenly oooler,'

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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YET ANOTHER CAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

YET ANOTHER CAT STORY. To the several highly interesting oal stories to which you liavu already ne : corded tho widely extended publicity : of your columns, I would liko to add another (writes a corropondent to "T.P's. Weekly.") When living in the Midlands, we had as a household pet, a lino tortoise shell cat which had been with us from kittenhoed. Out of a numerous yield of kittens, not one had resembled its mbther, and while they wero sum marily disposed of, she who had given them birth was retained, and kept tho house and premises clear uf vermin. After several years, she appeared to bo sulfering from toothache, evidence of which was forthcoming in a swollen faco, always on the sumo side of tne face, and which interfered with her pleasant facial appearance, as L have seen tho case with human beings under similar circumstances. When sulfer ing from these attacks, bv her pitiful look «p into our faces she seemed to appeal for the help we could not af ford, but wo assured her of our...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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STORING OF WINTER VEGETABLES. (Minna A. Stoner, Prof, Home Economics, N. D. Agri. Col.) [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

STORING OF WINTER VEGE TABLES. (Minna A. Stoner, Prof, xiomo Kcou omics, N.l). Agri. Col.) Tho storing of winter vegetables is economical and desirable. in tho fall enough vegetables go to waste from tho average farm gardon to supply tho table during tho entire winter, Tho task of storiug is not difficult if one has a kuowlcdgo of tho conditions best suited for storage, and is willing to perforin n small amount of labour. A dry well aired uot too dark, frost proof room, cellar or sodhouso will servo the purpose. Tho most favour able temperaturo ia uot over 50 degrees Pali. Celery, cabbugo and sweet po tatoes should bo stored in tho coolest part of the room, Hacks should bo adjusted on which to placo the storage boxes or barrels. This avo.ds the dangers of overheating, excess mois ture, and prevents decay. AU veget ables should be gathered betoro the frost, sorted, dried thoroughly before packing. For long storing, reserve those of most porfect formation and firm textured. Each root ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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REMARKABLE FRAUDS. A FAMILY CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

REMARKABLE FRAUDS. . A FAMILY C1IAKGKD. Kenmrkablo oykIpihm was given nt .Bournemouth (England) recently whefT llertio War, a retired butcher, and his wifo and (laughter, Elizabeth and Flo rence Louisa Way, wore charged with obtaining £800 by falso pretences from Airs. Annio Maria Wheeler and an other, Mrs. S. Pcareo, for tho Treasury, ..till Miss Way first obtained 80/ front Mrs. Wheelor for examination lees in January, 1911. This was followed by other small ndvanoes. Afterwards sho showed Mrs. Wlueler two lottors purporting to como from London firms, one of wnioh informed her that sho hud won a £50 prizo for her march, "Hibernia," and tho'other that sho was entitled to a £300 priKb. Another loenment purpoited to be tho report of o musical syndicate, stud stated that Misa Wnv was entitled to six and a quarter millions of money. In all £S03 was advanced by Mrs. Wheeler, partly in banknotes, with some of wliich, said counsel, Way had paid tho rent of a inoro expensivo hou>o and bo...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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PIGS AS BAROMETRS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

PIGS AS BAROMETRS. Probably tho last tiling that une would expect to indicate changus in tbo weather is a pip's tail. However, according to tho skipper of it Nor wegian sailing fillip, who usually has a porker or two on board, one cmtid scarcely have a more reliable baro'ii utor When - a weather disturbance is coming on, the tails of the pigs, usually kinky, straighten out and their ears droop, with tho barometer reading between 20,00 and 30 the taila begin to forecast approach of a trough of low prcssuro. when the reading gets below 29.CO the pigs seek cover, and the storm to pretty sure to burst within five hours., But a high baro* meter puts & beautiful twist in the tails, and the ears stand jauntily stiff -ad with a trifle of * cast fonrprd. The suocossfol man in jwiy business is .tha ooo who can nnd will mako TWO of-the'experience^ of othert-^who has "th(>, courage to. discard his own errors And adopt' the truths- dboorercd by 4l|M«"

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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ADVANTAGES OF CLIPPING HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

ADVANTAGES OF CLIPPING HORSES. Fit st.--The natural process of moul ting or shedding the hair is a draft on tho vital.ty ot the animals. Tho ap petite is <limini-hed. ami with work or pleasure, )i'T»o exertion i.-» n ksnmo dur ing that period. Clipping »r arti ficial removal of tho liair accomplishes in a very short ^pace of turn* what Nature renins much more tunc to do. In other word*. Naturo is an SCCOMI. -A clipped i.ahle to tnko cold than a long-coatcd iiorse, becauso tho evaporation of pers piration is more rapid. A "hot" liorse will cool out much quicker with a short u».'t. F.virv ^rooin is awaro of this fact. Th rd. -A dipped horse requires kv»s fuel (food) to maintain ludily heat- than the Ion*; mated hor>o; therefore clip pin- as a matter of economy should he practised. Fourth. --.A dipped Jiorso hJoks more cleau'y, act*, no.re spriuhtiy, and keeps in h ttcr health. Horx-s in tended f"i' the sale or show ring, should he clipped at hast two wock> before the ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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IN A FRIENDLY SORT OF WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 23 January 1914

IN A FRIENDLY SORT OF WAY. lien a man ain't. got a ont and i 'v fooling kind o' hluo, ud tho o'otids hang dark ami hoa\y and uon't lot tin- Minslui'' through, *s a gro.u tiling, 0 my hritluvn, lor a tollow just to lay i* hand upon your shoulder «n a friendly sort o* way. makes a man fool curious it mako* tho ttnrdrops start, n' vuu sort o' fools n iluttor in tho region of tho in art; i»u can't look up and moot his oyos, yon don't know what to siy« lion his hand is on your shoulder in a trioii'llv sort f»* way. It. th » world's a ounotis rnnipooii'l ith iU honoy and fU gall, ith its earos and b;ttor iTO>m-S, hut a good world after all; n* a Red (.*<*1. inu-t haw in ado Jonstways that is what I say. lion a It'nd is on your shouldor in a friondly sort, of way.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Professional. | A CARD. | Dr. Nankivell, Has removed to his new residence in Channel-street, Cohuna, Andin future may be consulted there. Gtjniiowf.r visited on Sale Days. DE J. W. Christopher, M.A.C.D., D.D.S., K.W. Univ., U.S.A. SURGEON V DENTIST. Formerly of Collins-street, Melb. T^USIRES to intimate that lie has purchased the practice of Mr A. R. Wellman, of Keraug, and may be consulted for all classes of Dental Work, at Mr Wellman's late premises, Wellington-street, (opposite Exchange Hotel) Kerang. Crown & Bridge Work a Specialty | "Visits Cohuna every Alternate I Week. YILGA Private Hospital, King Edward Street, Cohuna. Miss Caffin, Medical, Surgical and Midwifery. No Infectious Cases Taken. Terms Moderate, on Application. Jas Richards, LL.B Barrister and Solicitor, Victoria, Solicitor, Proctor and Attorney, New South Wales. Victoria-street, Kerang, next Com mercial,Hotel, 'Phone 61. and at Swan Hill, 'Phone IS. Visits Cohuna monthly on Sale Days, and on: Court Days w...

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CRICKET. COHUNA V. MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

CRICKET. COHUNA V. MEAD. A well-contested ami highly enjoyable challenge match took, place on the Coh nna ground betmeen selected teams from the above club* on Saturday last. Coh una placed every confidence iti its bats men, but Mearl hnd two deadly howlers in C. II. M'Donald and Green, who made very havoc of the play. The tfame decided on the first innings, winch "was completed with a credit balance for Mead of 16 runs. A heart)' supper, at the ex pense of the vanquished, completed a well-fought field. Scores: MEAD| M'Donald, h. M. Smitham ... 0 Scarp, b. Smitbnm, 1 Lewis, b. Dryden, ... ... 14 Hoaicej! b. M'Fnrland, ... 22 Green, b. M'Fnrland, ... 23 Farrant, stpd. Calder, h, "Dryden 9 Morse, c. Frantz, b. M'Fnrlnttd 4 Gibson, c. Dryden, b. M'Parluml 3 Anderson, c. Little, b. Mailing 0 Garner, b. M'Fnrland, 4 Salter, not out ... 0 Sundries ... 11 Total ... .... ... 91 COHUNA, Calder, b. Green, Smitham, b, Green, M'l'tirlr.nd, b. Lewis, ... 19 ... 2 ... 0 Dryden, b. Green, 3 I/ittl...

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IMPORTANT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

IMPORTANT LAND SALE. I,ast Tuesday was a busy dav for auctioneers at Column. The vard ings of cattle-which were rather heavier thau usual-with .sundries, occupied them pretty well the whole alternoon ; and then came the im portant subdivisional sale of build ing and farm allotments, in the estate of Mr Myles O'Brien, of Kerang lliis land, formerly owned by the late Mr Frederic Yrey» originally comprised a pad dock of some 255 acres. Its ad jacency to the township of Column fpr'^f .T W"'?the suPen°r charac ter of the soil, gives it a special market value, and when last year, the strip facing Main Street was subdivided and sold in quarter acre building allotments, it found a a ready market at what were gener ally considered to be very high t portion was offered to the public on Tuesday in allotments varying fro", a quarter of an acre up to 23 'A acres. ,ml'eiIcliiig construction of the Colinna railway and other contingent developments, a good deal of local land is just now coin ing in...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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TENNIS. DISTRICT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

TENNIS. lllSTUICT COMl'inTl'ION. A match between two selected teams from theCohnna and Leitcli villc cltilis was played on the court of the former on Itlie "afternoon of the 17th inst. There was a larjje attendance of onlookers. The pro. ceedinKs were further enlivened hy the serviiiR- up of afternoon tea at intervals. Following are the scores : Keelv and Douglas lost to Hakrr ami Hancock, 4-6; and lost to Cleavf and Taylor, 5-6: ami beat Southern ami Southern, 6-3. Nanktvell and Irvine brat Baker and Hancock, 6-3; and beat Cleave and Tay. lor, 6-2 ; and bent Southern and South cm, 6-1. King ami Kirby beat Cleave and Taylor 6-1 ; and bent Maker and Hancock, 6-1; and beat Southern and Southern, 6-1. Mrs Hutchinson and Miss Keely bent Misses Smith and Hancock, 6-4; and heat Mrs Cleave and Miss Hancock, 6-5. Totals : Cohuua 63 games ; Leitchville 31,

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Shire of [?]erang. SOUTH-EAST RIDING ELECTION. SELECTION OF MR T. BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Shire of Kerang. ^ SOUTH-EAST RIDING ELEC TION. SKUvCTION OP MR T. BURKE. Cr. A. B. Reid has resigned his position as representative of the South Kast riding, and Mr Thomas Burke, of Wee Wee Rup has been officially nominated as his suc cessor. As nominations close to-day, it is highly improbable that Mr Burke will have any competitor, and his election may, therefore, be regarded as practically certain. The matter had to be fixed tip rather hurriedly. Owing to the action of the Shire Secretary in con fining the official notification of the day of nomination and of the elec tion to a Kerang newspaper, an overwhelming proportion of the ratepayers of the Cohuna district which constitutes the South-Kast riding-knew nothing of the elec tion, and will not now until it is practically over. As a consequence there was no mention, much less discussion, of the matter, except among a very few ; and it is toler ably certain that no nominations would have been forthcoming but for the energetic act...

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The Water Act. APPEALS AGAINST CLASSIFICATION. A FURTHER ADJOURNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

i he Water Act. APPF.AI,S AGAINST CLASSI FICATION. A i'urt!!;:r adjournmhnt. As nnii? i;.;il>..<! iii our Inst issue, iicai ly the ?/. hole of Wednesday, rhursday, J-'n'day and Saturday of last wcel. ,s taken u;> in the liear 111;,'of ail :,p,lcal made by J. Corey, f>f au'.-iinst (he Water Commission's classification of his hind for wa'.er rating {purposes. 1 Ins rasi, which was adjourned some liioMilir, ago from Colmna and Kooiidruok, was further continued last wee); )»?:',,r.- Mr Jiarlohl I'.M., at Kerang. ,\lr Richards appeared to ask for ,i reduction in the acre at»c hroiighi under compulsory irri gation, and Mr Jlahner to support the Commission, Corey's land comprises 640 acres of which 5J acres are classed as swamp land, 356 ncrcs as other Wise unsuitable for irrigation, and 232 acres as suitable for the com pulsory charge of Ss per acre foot. 1 he whole of Wednesday was taken up in . (j,c examination of John 0. Douglas, Inspector of Water Woik-., with resp...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

| WOMEN'S INTERESTS "Amiirosmo. American dressmakers, ways tho Now York correspondnt of the "Daily Tele graph," aro devoting boiiio attention to tho possibilities ol: pinu cloth, from tho Philippines, ah an artistic substitute >or i no diaphanous gowns worn by AIIIOI KUII women, who demand tho vc.'y InuiiA tli.uk in <lre.«« fabrics. Samples aro being .shown hero, and tho stores are t.rdeung considerable quantities ful no.\t .V;;I:-UII . Pinu oluth is mora diaphanous than tho thinnest of ovdo, nmrc peilucid than the must clinging cri'lm do Chine, and more transparent than the thinnest of crepo meteor, ii can bo-doubled several timet* and *till ho transparent. In ono layer it has no more ihicknuis than o.)bri:b- and. : boorjeul.-^--. 'woo gowns'. It is called pino cloth becausc it is niado of half silk, and hall pino apple hbro. Ii. comes in all col ors, -and in stripes of all deigns. !. can he bought at a shilling a yard in tho Philippines, but \\ lii probably Kofi for ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. Itendtgo Tiff Market, January 22nd# Messrs Mason Bros report:-We had ati extra heavy penning of pigs forward I (or this week's sale. n.icoaers and pork-j cm were well represented, but store* 1 were only included here and there throughout the pens. The attendance of buyers was large and bidding; was brisk throughout, prices ruling tewtav were much in favor of vendors. Baconers The quality was extra choice in this sec tion, buyers operated freely etfc figures in jidvanec of lat- quotations. Porkers The demand was firm, and all weights realised slightly better prices. Stores Well grown pigs were in request at last week's values, whilst for suckers and alipa the tone of the market wus better, QUOTATIONS, B«4t Httcontrs, /".ilia to £i 17s; med ium do. £3 4*. to £$ Xb. ; liflht do. £2 17a. to /"3 1«. ; prime porkers £2 6s. to £i 17*.; cthera £1 17M. to £2 2s.; strres £l 50s. to £1 ISa. ; suckers and alija 17f. to *4».

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Floraington.") .Sprint events predominate at the meeting to be run at Boudigo next week. There aro no fowor than four races over a distance of flvo furlongs, ami there. is no event of a longer dis tance than a mile, except, of course, the jumping contests. Thin is tho way tho breeding of good (f) horses is en couraged in tho.so Jays! Tho only ex cuse that can bo put forth is that tho meeting has been promoted for charity, and' with such a cause in viow anything is But ejgroly oven at a charity tho hoiVO possessed of stamina is entitled to consideration as against the utc.vii "s^uib" which tfnds live fur longs tho end of its tether. In Now .South Wales tho A.J.C..bars all racing over a lessor distance' than abc furlong* ,(pxcopt whcr»: t\vo-year.olda aro-^gdn* .^mod)- t-.niI -tiUr1 same ;TulO' ini^htr.^Vroli' be adopted on t'Uisi sido of tho Murray; One often fools thankful that the V.K.C. in ils wisdom decided some yoars :igo to make two miles tho insido limit fur ...

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Closer Settlement. PROPOSED GOVERNMENT REFORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Closer Settlement. PROPOSED GOVERNMENT REFORMS. If the State Ministry succeeds in effecting the promised reforms in closer settlement administration, writes the " ARC," it will display a wincr.caution in its acceptance of settlers and a more businesslike method of dealing with them, when once they ore on the land. The unsatisfactory financial position in closer- settlement, attributable to such a degree to high purchase prices, and the choice of unsuitable areas, has heen aggravated by the extent to which settlers have been permitted to fall into arrears. Sweeping criticism has been directed by the clrser settlement sub-conmr'tee, with Mr Living ston ->-. > nnirmnn, against the lamentable state of affairs which has resulted from the blunders in the closer settlement policy. The following statement shows the ex tent to which lessees oh a number of the i-states have fallen into ar rears ? Arrears On , Ga I«nnd. ^ Advances. Kstntc £ ' £ Allnuibce ... ... 1,0-18 ' ..." 64 Rnimwm ....

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DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. "No power on earth shall malco mo <lo it," ho declared firmly. Sim approached close to his «ido. Her Hashing eyes blazed into his, and her lip.s sneered: - "You shall do it. However you dread it, it must bo done. You hoar mop" "I refn.se utterly. Such a thing is unworthy for n nmn of pride and honor to undertake," ho repeated, drawing back t'rom lier as a whiplash. Quickly sho was at his side, gripping his arm with lingers slim, but hard as steel. ? She slipped n smnll knife into his J hand-a thin, sharp-pointed pieoo ot iieel. "There," sho said. His ob stinacy was momentarily driving her to desperation. ,\' Her voioo brolco with passion, arid she cried in a loud, angry voice: "William Tomkins, if you don't do , what T say, and go and poel thoso pota-1 tges at onco, you'll go to bod without , an; dinner/1 1

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