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ALL OF SALT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

ALL OF 5ALT. "For a thousanu years the workers ' ID thift enormous salt mino have beeu : foliar transforming it into chapels, res taurants, ball-rooms, railway?;, stair cases, and pillars," remark* n writer, in speaking-of an underground city of «a!fc which is the centre of the Gnlician salt industry, in Austria. - "Tho city is in thrrre floors, and tfo* ,.r; «cont iv made' by a lift or a staircase*. .' The room* arc supeth. In one » »:»lt rhmidelier of 300 lights glpnm* in the r*ntre. The third fioor of the mine routnins the restaurant and railway Vtatinn. Twenty-fire mile* of railway from nil oartu of thn mine join here, and <h* it well patronised hv the thousands nf rUilnr* to f(i«» mine* **

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNCONSCIOUS CONTEMPT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

UNCONSCIOUS CONTEMPT. | "The way of the transgressor is | h;ird,n sui«i the Justice, as Uo fined Biklutl lor exeeiding the Hpeod limit. I "Not around hero it oin'tl" ro ' toited Uildad. 4,I never saw audi mushy roads in alt my life." ''Ton shillings extra for contempt o' court," said the Justice. "Why, I thuven't naid anything ahout you, Judgo," protested Budnd. "Yes, yo huv,M retorted th© Jus tice, "I'm lluad Commissioner hero as well as Ju.stico o' tho Peace."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

SYMPATHY. "Madam," said Picxl<lin(C Poto, "I once hod a wife and family, but I couldn't bo contented, so I left home," "Well, here's a ohicken eandwich. for you. Mighty lew bMbuu} K* ?<> .

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SO LIFELIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

SO LIFELIKE. Three Amerio.tn artists were telling tall talcs about their work. "The other day," said on»\ "I painted a littlo deal board in imitation of marblo with such accuracy, that, on being thrown into tho water, it immediately sank to tho bottom." "Jj'aughl* said an other, "Yesterday 1 hung my ther mometer on tho easely supporting my r.'ow of tho Polar region. It fell at onco twenty degrees below freezing point." t4AU that is nothing," re marked the thrrd artist, in conclusion. "My portrait of a prominent Now York miliiouai)1** was .so lifelike that it had to bo shaved twice a week." This htory is not exactly new, but thero iaa sinilo in it still. Among tho muxnbens of a working gang on a rail road wis an Irishman who claimed to bo ver.\j good at figures. . Tho boss, thinking that he would get ahead of Pat, saul, "Say, Pat, how many skirts can you get out of a yard?" "That depend/," answered rat,, "on whose yard yJ>u got into," "Just run upstairs, "Tommy, ancT fetch baby's ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A BUDDING HUMORIST. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

A UUDUINU HUMORIST. JL,ittle Tommy, who had boon rending a hea .story, wns telling a visitor about the ship's officers. "For iityttmce," ho aaid, "father's tho captain of our »hip at homo, and mother's tho first mate." "And what are you?" asked tlio visitor. "Oh," ho replied, "I supposo I'm tho compass. They'ro ah*»ys boxing, mu."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

Personal. ?-ISTr Reeve, who, for tlic past nme monUi^has had charere of the ?Anslicanxluircli auGunbower, has beeiutransferred .to^Tonjfala, anil, commences iliis? ministerial-.. duties there; next week;'vHe,will.be snc cee dcil: at C. u n bower.' by > M r- R offers An cng-igcinciit is announced be tween Mr, Kreutz'er. of the State - Rivers and , Water Supply .Commission - andMiss'' Dorothy M Uiarlan'eVda'uxhter of the Uev.D. and Mrs M'Ifarlane, of Malvern. , . Mr C L, Kin>j', of Coluiua, is about to sever bis.;; coi!nccti,bh: \vith; Messrs Andrew S. Mitir & Co. the well:linown auctioneers, of Keratifc whose, local and district representa-'. tive lie has been for the. past-seveir and a half year,-.. ' ' ,Mr Hush Mathers,/who recently underwent an operation at St. Vin cent's hospital for apendicitis, is now ? vapidly reaching convelcs ce.icc. , ? '

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WORTHLESS DIAMONDS. SWIFT PUNISHMENT FOR FRAUD [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

WORTHLESS DIAMONDS. swii'-r I'UNISHJFKNT FOR FRADD tfiircfjtccvl fraud wan tifiRM.sked «fc Um Guildhall, I>ondon, recently whon Arthur David Saundorson, a well dres sed mnn, who described himself as a commercial traveller, was chaYgod with obtaining by falso pretences, frunt Louis Hnbenstcin. a sum of £o0. Prosecutor said ho was a ladies' tail or, in Sussex Place', South Kensington and resided in Tottenham Court R<»ad. In February Inst, a man, named Mark ham, whom ho knew, introduced him to accused as n man with a bankrupt stook of jowellory for sale. Thoy all threo went into a tcashop, whero Saun derson produced som» earrings as a sample of what ho had gov. A meet ing wns arranged for tho following day, and than pr.soner showed him a pair ot diamond earrings, a diamond ring and a brooch. Witui's* told prisoner he was no judge ot jewellery, and proposal that ho Milnud uavo the tilings valued. To this Mcciu».d agreed. Witness took tho jewellery to one or two pawnbrokers...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Cohuna Agricultural Society. ANNUAI, COUNCIL BANQUET [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

Cohuna Agricultural Society. ANNUAI, COUNCIL I'.ANQUKT There was ;in unusually iar};0 and full attendance of mc-nibcis at the last meeting of the Council of lliG Colitiua mill District Agricul tural and Horticultural Society, which was livid on the evcnine- of the ISih, at Krautz's Hall. The president (Mr A. K. I.ester) occu pied the chair. The chief items of business were tlie drawing up and revision of a programme for the Society's propesed public sports to be held about tlie- middle of I'ebitiaty, and lne consideration and disposal of tIi-_- annual state luent of receipts and expenditure presented by Mr p. Uirl-.v, th.e lion! .secretary. This latter ' document showed a general receipt of /512 ISs Kid. I'he expenditure in cluded, pri/.e money, .£117 if,s 2d ; new stock pens, ,£l()0; printing and advertising, £'ii 10s; stew ards luncheon, .(?'?> ; limber, etfc,,. .supplied, £i0: judges' travelling cxp-. 1:.<.>: 17s ; i.ibor. £\ ,19s. (f' '. }'*?.. c;,c;» » total . ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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HARD TO PLEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

HARD TO PLEASE. X former's wit© who had had muoli troublo with her servants was accosted by odo of them. "I fear 1 shall not bo able to work much longer. I think I am going blind." "Why, ho wis that? "You seem to yet along pretty well with your work." "Yos, but I can no longer see any meat on my piato at dinner." Tho farmer's wifo understood, ana the next day tho servants wore served with very largo and very nieo picees or .neat. . "flow nice!" tho girl exclaimed. "My sight has como back, I cat see better than over." .'Bow is that, Bella?" asked tho mistrosis. ..\Yiw, at this moment," roplud Bella, ""I can see tho plato through tho meat."

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THE TOWN WATER, SUPPLY A TEMPORARY BREAK-DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

Tin; TOWN WATT, SUPPLY A Tl'.MPtJRARV IJRlvAK (DOWN*. , Siu'pri1 c u'ul annoyance v/ns crea ted au McmduVyi'.iKht by: thc-disco-w. vtrv that Uv.- lV>liuna town water supply had s^ldeuly given^'put. :: ll.-id it beiu \viir.cr time tliti- tncid-" e:.t might perhaps have passed with out exciting much notice; but the day had been bhV.eringly hot. thus, causing a most unusual demand for liquid refreshment, both internally and externally. People want hot anb thirsty to their bathrooms 111 the hope of cooling" themselves to induce sleep to find the taps all empty and dry. Irritation chang ed to loud and unrestrained grumb ling the next morning, however, when it was found that the supply was still cut off. " I am paying £30 a year for water", cried one irate householder," and yet I cant get enough water to have a bath". The discomfort was intensified by the scorching brickfielder that was roaring through the trees and fill ing the air with clouds of parching dust. " What would bccome of ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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IMPOUNDING HAT FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

IMPOUNDING HAT FEATHERS. "Your lmt, if you plcnso madamo, wo must have tlmt nigrotto" wm tho quaint but startling demand miido by tho Customs Inspoetor» of nil ladies disembarking at New York with for bidden plumea in fchoir headgear. It was tho first dav of tho now tariff, which prohibits tno importation of all feathers plucked from Jivo birds» Tho first victim was a Frenchwoman, dres sed in tho height of fashion and wear ing a small velvet hat decorated with a valuable nigrotto. Standing with «overai oilier passengers from tho steamship Lorraine, awaiting tho in spection of her luggage, she saw that tlio was being scrtuuu'sed. Then fearlessly a veteran oliicer, armed with his now book of instructions, stopped forward and mndo his demand, Mmo. Huviluqua was too htartlod to reply. Nej:b moment Hio in*pector reachod forward and extricated tho feather be toro explaining tho provisions of tho new low. "My milliner never told im> » word about tho now law," ox claimed t/.vo Iadv furio...

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Cohuna Church of England. FAREWELL TOMR T. M'KEON [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

Cohuna Church of England. 1'ARUWKU/rOMU T. M'KHON Mr T. M'Kcon, who for the past two and a half years lias had min isterial cluitKL' of Cranmer church, was on Monday night en tertained liv hii parishoners at a farewell social, at Krant/.'s Hall, prior to his dc|'artlire for Ucnduro, where he is to take over the care of the !,onn C.ully chmch, and become a regular student at the diocesan theological Hall. There was a lar.w attendance, which included a mimher of prom inent representatives of the o'.her denominations. Apolojjies were re ceived from the Revs. Canon l!ry djjes, and K. linker, and Mr Kceve. The chair was taken by Dr N";r' L- "-OW .V.v .. 1,1. .Ul.IVU.il.o-. .iT' o. of vocal music, including Oeu tnrc, pianoforte, by Miss M-.tthcr.i a souj;. " The Holy City, _ by Mrs While ; sons. Miss A. M'-nri<: a duct by Mrs White and Mi.v.vi'Metv " you".>; Ure'.un is ' ' and sevl-ral part songs by t'i< Kookoobunas under the couduc Uirship of Mr 1). Hvaiis. Mi' H...

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WEE WEE HUP RACES. RECORD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

WEE WEE HUP RACES. j RECORD ATTENDANCE. If irate and lie'.. money is any (est the atU'mla'Kv it tho Wee Wee Rup annua! racc :v ?ti:ig yesterday was the largest . record. Over £35 was taken : t ? entrance.awl a verv large numbi.-;- of tickets were *old. The beami';'.! day had no doubt somcthinj: ? ilo with this: for hundreds of pcoi>).- make the Wet: ^'pot'wertA fdleo dense j>o]>isi:;"-io:? . holiday j'"' ?: whilst the judge- lyix was . tre of a continuo.Hy Inr«. V. " imated coiiRroRat!.>.>. The c-«;r.r lias been conri< 1 rably inproyeii since the previous meeting princip ally by the erecl":.i of Substantial wooden railings ulongeither side of the straight, which is now secnrely fenced in. Thiv- additions were approvingly comrtented upon by visitors generally. Tlr.: races them selves did not \v!one or two ex ceptions, attract 'urge : fields, due probably to the ^vkwardnessoE the day; but each :.n(l all created deep interest, inn.-t were well run, and 111...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "llusticus.") "Our Vanishing Mont Supply" i» tho heading under whioli a leading San Francisco papor dibcushea thy pnsp.c; of a meat tamino in the I'n.ticl States, 'hint such a pro.ipoet actually ex.a» >k admitted and deplored by tho gnat moat blaiightorers and paoker* t !>;> Middle West. . It is a nnutcr of m ri ous portent to tho United Stales; but other atoelc-ruising eounirio* of Hie world stand to benefit ininhnsely. (*.>. peeiaiiy in view of the tanlf rtuuc.-ion Lhat went into e!Fect quite meiuiy. II tho fears of tho whoio^alc meac deahrs of America are n-i und ud, there is no limit to the quantity of frozen nuiUon and beef fn.ni truiia am! Ni?»V Zealand t.iat ihu IJnu i.*j :.>,vau< imi) nhv.,vb. For hov -m. v.r fi ye.'wa lb" price "t n;. lias l»L'?U . Willi «j C<:3Wi Hit tv » >< . ;ir- ui'Ui u^h'ih j o % fiir /er ndvan<\<, f;cwnl.'fl£ '!.> ler; Tho 'possibility ol a-mrnt famine ba...

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MEAD. BOXING DAY SPORTS. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

MEAD. liOXIXG DAY SPORTS. A SUCCl'.SSl'tTI. MliKTINC. Tlit: Hoxiug Day Basket Picnic and Sports were held liere ill hoi, hut cifa;-. .'?wither, in the shady groin:':;.,;' -,TrT>. Maxwell**',pad* dock, 'i .n'was a capital uttcn ilancc. which included many visitors from Column. The arrangements luul been excellently planned, mid everpthinjr went oil -'ifhout a hitch. As 11 consequciicf. i ivmiiderable sum will lie tdiUd to the large amount already r:;!s< i to defray the cost of the uc« Ntiv.il mechan ics institvte. Anions the eivji:-, (o challalif-'C special attention wiv- the Slieaf Throwing eoinpUitii which drew a remarkably lav. . mi..'j!>er of en tries. and which .<>>s keenly con tested. 'l'he Rev. i-j. linker showed mnch promise, l.«i t eventually overtaken by T. (Maeonia) 1 : and .1. Stracb.i i, The Hitfli Jump was also close'.y contested, and l'here was sovs. excellent work (lone. Mr lii-ju-, VVyuna, filially won the prize v.i!H ;? jump of 5ft ...

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REWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

REWARDS. It is beneath tho dignity of those who can aflonl to sot an artificial value upon their dignity to take a reward for finding lost property? Tho pre sent writer has put this question to many men and women during fcho past fortnight, and they have almost ail replica, after different methods of oir cumlocution, that, it depends upon the amount, Tho answer is not logical, but it is natural and .it has some rea son in it. Tho speakers, of eour.se. lay themselves open to hard words. Ir they would not take ten shillings for finding a worthless trinket, why shoukl they not refuse £10,000 for finding lost treasure? Do they require to be paid not to steal? If they would not tako a small gratuity, why xnould they take a largo one? After all, a tip is a tip, whatever tho coin or the figure. Do they mean that every man's dignity lias its price? That is 110 doubt what they do mean, aud all theso taunts aro fair; but it remains true that quito as good people would accept tho reward as wou...

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Gunbower. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

Gunbower. An official change is recorder! i:i the office of local inspector of nuis ances. The work has hitm-rtu been done by Constable C. H.Him blebc, of Column, but at the l ist meeting of the Rochester r-nirc Council it was decided to appoint i\ local man. Mr Henry Russell, of Pat!- i, to the position, at u re :;:ijin ration of £5 a year.

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DRAINING THE ZUYDER ZEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

DRAINING THE ZIIYDER ZEE. The Znydov Zoo (Southern Sua) was fonuorly n lalco surrounded by fens unci Marshes, its present extent Veinj? chiefly tho result of Hoods which oc curred in tho thirteenth century. Its area is about 2000 square miles, and uvcraco depth irom lOk'fc to 19ft.'It has always been tho work of Cfio Hol landers to recover as much as possible of tho land lost to them in tins man ner in past ages, and in the literal senso they can bo said to have halt mado their country, having reclaimed over 1,000,000 acres from tho sea, laics and river, since tho sixteenth contury. Schemes for tho reclamation of the Zuy^or Zee lmv© been at various times discussed, and a Bill was intro duced in 1900, but afterwards with drawn, to deal with, first, somo 115.000 aorea of tho Southern part at a cost of about £7,917,000, and oventu^lly 500,000 acres at a coBt of £24,000,000. Tlio-present moasuro befouo tho Dutch Parliament is an extension and com pletion of those plans.

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District News. Leitchville. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

District News. U'rom Our Corrcspoudcttts) Leitchville. Most of the harvesting in this dis trict is completed, though their are still a few farmers cart in;,r in. One of the latter is Mr'1\ Cleave, who is carting in wliot is probably ins heaviest crop in the district. Mr J. O'Uiellv also had a very good reaping. There was no picnic hereabouts on lioxing Day. In days of yore we used to go to the Murray, luit people didn't care about going home to milk the eternal cow, so other ways had to he found to keep the holiday. One fishing party went to the Murray, and met with fair success ; other parties tried Gunbower Creek, and met with less success. A few tennis devo tees went to the Morton courts, and returned-with glowing accounts of the promise silown by the player:-, of the newly-formed Horton clubs. Only two matches in connection with the gents' tournament have been played. J. Hancock (owe .SO) easily beat K. Taylor, (owe ,i>> by l)-4: S, Southern (owe .!.{>,> beat W. Leac...

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