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

KKRANG. T)ie body of a sliort thick set man iiRed about 55 years was found in the River I,oddon near the Rer uns bridge last Saturday afternoon, l>y a man named K. H. Ournett. TJic deceased, who had arrived as a st ran tier from Swan Hill the pre vious Wednesday, was identified as Charles Stewart, a station hand. A verdict of " found drowned" was returned.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. How long, Mr. Turn', docs a pa tout last? "Under thn Commonwealth Patoat» Act 1!)03, one patent coven* tlio p x Australian States and Papua and can Ijo granted for 1-1 yearn (extensible vii der very exceptional circumstances;, subject to a-renewal fee of ii/5' at tie end ol 7 years. On a fino being lateness up to one year in paying re newal fee in pjrmissablo. \tflien '.he renewal fee payment is accepted, ovc» due, the court can refuse damages for infringement committed alter the t in.* dale. Application for provisional p»o 'teefcion ir*» allowable, but not oomnp'.oiy. Its costs. tbroiigii a Patent Attoi'n y, ; fojir fir fivo.ftuinea.s, and runs . nr<u j <^.rAdnk??> yiieibtlr^ uonlplcttf appircatioit-. would 1>6 neens 1 sary, or- tJio-patent application would cease lo be in force." . . . fn the nbovo words, Mr. G. G. Turn, the well known Melbourne Pa tent Attorney, gave some information: and as it was .seen to be o...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A TIMELY SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

TIMELY SUGGESTION. A man who, witli Ins wile, is em ployed on a farm in Cheshire, recently found himself in a had predicament when, in attempting to evade the on slaughts of a .savage /log, assistance 'Kimt) in the shap«' or his wife. When the woman came up, the dog had fastened his teeih in the calf 01 the husband's leg, and was holding oh lor dear life. Seizing a stotn? in the road, the wile vy;if, about to hurl it when her hus band. with wonderful preseueo of mind, .ihnuWd: "Mary, Mary, don't throw* the stone at tho dog, throw it at me!"

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Speoial Correspondent.) Discretion is often put into use to ^reat advantage, and those who are callcd on to use it require to be broad minded men of principle. An instance 1ms just, been brought under notice where it could possibly have boon exer cised by an olhcer of tUo Customs De-; partment, who demanded the sum of £-],000 from the Victorian Government us payment of duty on a "borrowed dredge." To the lay mind the thing is preposterous, and one is forced to agree with .Mr. Joseph Cook (the Prime Minister) who said:-"It opened my eyes when 1 saw it. 1 understand it is.ft (natter of Customs law, but it seems to mo, to bo a law which works some what harshly when a Government has to pay JMjUUO duty on a dredge which it is only borrowing. Quite caudidly, my inclination will be to see if there is any corner in tho law which can be .. discovered to the advantage of the bor rowing State. If there is not such a corner to be found, 1 suppose Mr. Watt, 'as'; a goo...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Garden Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Garden Note*. Sometimes, when plants do not strike rtniddy Irom cuttings, and cannot Iy& propigated by monnn of suckers or grafts, recourse is had to layering, in this ense, a shoot of the parent plant is boat ovor ami partly cut <>IF with a sloping out, which is kept open by u bit oi gravel, covorod with soil, bo tnn« it will take root. The layer should ho pegged down to keep it in place, and tho soil firmly prc&s*«d round it. After it harf token rout tho shoot, is cut be tween tho roots and the parent plant, and tho young plant or layer is icmor ed to it« desired position. ' Layers nr. made at different times of tho year, cither spring or autumn being tho hotter, and thoy hIIOUUI not bo moved until thoy arc thoroughly established. Almost any plnnt, which has shoots which can In* hunt to tho ground can bo made to strike from layers, but tho method is usually only adopted when it in not easy to obtain plant* in a .mom sunpl®. wanner. - - ..//The plot of...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. Whoat.-The market has bwOn stead, at 3/5$ to 3/6, and a fair business h;;s boon dono at 3/6 for parcels. Flour.-A small business has b^er dono for oxport. The association prio. for new Hour is £8/10/ delivered. Bran and Pollaixl-The association prico for bran is £4/10/ delivered, and that for pollard £4/15/. . Bar ley.-Really prime Cliovalier mnl ting is quoted at 3/6,'.while aparccl a littlo below thi3#class~has realised 3/4. Prime Duckbill is quoted, at 3/3 to 3/4.: Capo malting is quoted at 2/2 to 2/2j. with business at thu former figure, while medium Capo rhnges from 2/'up wards._ ? ^ Oats.-Prime Algerian milling arc quoted at 1/1IJ ox store for rail. A fair, parcel of heavy feed has been sold or shipmeat to New South Wales a ' l':o;l>. ; Tho spot quotation for feed ranges from 1/7i to l/8i ex siorc or rail nceording to quality. Maize.-Goouto prune Hat ivi! it quoted at 4/ to -1/1 ex store. Peas.-Duns are nmunally qti'itcd...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. In a report received by the Chief Sec tor of fisheries (Major Semmens) has recommended tho extension of the Vic torian fishcrien in several directions. It ho* !>nn tentatively decided by the respective Ministries to hold the forthcoming Premiers' Conference ai Sydney, in tho latter part of March. Tho revenue collected at tho Cuaiom House on January 23 amounted to: Revenue, £16,237/12/1; Statu, £32-1 12/0; contingent, £53-1/9/; pilotage, £187,6/2; wharfage, £1005/0/6. Since tho beginning of the grain sea son on December 16 as many as ..:>2~>,~'M bag? of wheat have been load ed at various country stations as com pared with 1,591,859 during the corres ponding period of 1912-13. Application has been made by several Tasmanian employee to tho High Court, for a writ of prohibition regard ing the recent award of tho Federal Arbitration Court, in respect of the plaint of tho builders' laborers. Every employer-eveto though it be only the employer of a domestic .ser vant...

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Potato Spraying LIME-SULPHER EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Potato Spraying I.IMK-SIILI'HI! KXIHCHIMKNTS. In a report giving tho results of to cent tests, the demonstration farm in New \"or!c State says it seems ovidont that lime-sulphur is not destined to take tho place of Bordeaux mixture as a spray tor potatoes, fn spito of tho lact that it is clieapur and no doubt very convenient to use. Under more favorable conditions, in which lata blight occurred earlier in tho season and to a greater extent, the treatment with l;me-sulphur might have produced different results, but at present is not promising. The UincrSulpUur proved harmless to the potato foliage as far as burning is concerned, butr it proved to havo a distinct dwarfing effect quite similar to that noted in tho previous season's-ex periment. The lime-sulphur also lack ed tho beneficial t>r stimulative eifoct derived from tho bordeaux mixture, which preserved tho foliage, prolonged tho life of the plants, and thcroby in creased tho yield even in tho partial absenco cf fungus disea...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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District News. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

District News. (Vrom Our Cqrreaponih-nbi) MACORNA. The town wore quite a Imsy ap pearance on Wednesday morning last, when Mr Atkens, of Taltinf, . was married at the Church of . Hugland by Rev Wilkinson, to Miss Nonris.of Macotna. After > the ceremony breakfast, was 'provided', at the Macorna hall. 'Die bride, and bridegroom took their ? depart ure by the'.afternoon train, and: 'Were assailed-by confetti and rice as they entered the carriage. ' The annual excursion train front'. Melbourne passed through on Wed nesday last, and was not well pat-, remised! by visitors to this district.. Only one passenger alighted, and was immediately driveii to Column, so that ifthe Colmr.a line was open it would not have been necessary to have stopped the train. How ever, on the return journey on Thursday,' amends were made for the poor showing on the previous dav, as quite a number left for the 'city. v Loads of grain are arriving daily at the Macorna station,?? but 110' block to cause any great...

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The Benefit of Legumes [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

The Benefit of Legumes It iB »a well known fact that n vig orous leguminous crop Mich as peas or clover enriches tlio land in nitrogen and that, .mother crop, say wheat or oats, following in rotation will benefit from the nitrug'-n residues. Jlecent' investigations* show, however. that tiio cereal may derivo benefit from tho "eq uine even when both aro growing t)»" same time. In tho 'Mour. Agrlc. Kci.," veil. 3, experiments aro describ ed hearing this inferonce.. Oats wero grown in quartz sand in small pota placed in larger pots also filled with quartz sand, but Krowiiig peas. Tho inner pots thus grow oats only and tlo larger outer pots peas only, and in both cases all tho necessary plant fo>*h wcro added except nitrogen. Tho inner poU wero of two kinds. Whero fchoy wlto of tho ordinary porous pattern tbo oats grew vigorously. In the lattc'* case it is believed that, soltiblo nitrogen ous matters diffused through tho inner pot from tho peas growing outside. Continuation of these ...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

T.'IIi Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 30, 1QM. I I Wooi! Chopping Accident-A serious accident befel Mr K. Nelson, a well-known local wood chopper, last Saturday afternoon. He was engaged felling and trimming lo;:s for Mr Arbuthnot on the New South Wales side of the Murray, some threeir.ilesaboveGray's mill, when in swinging his nxe, the, blade was deflected by a stick. The effect vras to drive the sharp iedgej of the instrument into the toes of his left foot, and with such force as to divide the big toe from the rest of the foot for a distance of some live or six inches. In the process the main artery of the foot was sev ered. Help was fortunately to hand, and first aid was rendered as riuickly as possible, although not until a very great quantity of blood was lost. The injured man was then carried to a boat and brought down to his house several miles lower down the river on the Victorian side. A messenger had meanwhile been sent for Dr. Nan kivell, who arrived in a motor c...

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IN THE WRONG PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

IN THE WRONG PLACE "Pity about Brown, isn't it? Have you heard about it?" "No. What is itP" "Why, ho'ft harl a quarrel with his wife, bocauao ho'd token to wearing long hair, and they'ro parted."* "That's a trivial matter isn't itP She cannot caro much for him." "Ah, but th* found this oa his writ"

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From Workhouse to Wedlock [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

From Workhouse to Wedlock A wedding, tho outcomu of an old ago pension romance took place reeont V/at Itraintree, Kssex. Tim bri<!o was Miss Su*anaah Clarke, aged 7(>. ;vho lias been an inmato of tho Itruintivo \Yorkhou*o for nearly 20 yours. Tho bridegroom was Walter Townsend, aged 77, who has lived for ninny years at Drury lano, Braintroo, and has boon- a widower for two years, Tho bride applied co tho Braintreo Guardians for assistance in hor com ing marriago. and said that she and hor husband would each receivo tho old ago pension of 5/ por week. A guardian offend tlio pair n cottage, nod other members of vho board subscribed 5/ to buv her wedding ring, the mastor being oid< rod to provtdo tho trousseau. On tho occasion of tho ceremony tho verger of tho high-stoepled patish ehuroh was visibly astonished. "I'vo never seon so many peoplo at a JJrain trco wedding before," . ho observed. Kvcry pow was full, tho aislo was lined, and through tho latticed windo...

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

DIPLOMATIC. A North country collior, anxious to pop the question to a girl whom ho honestly admired, but unable to sum mon up courage enough to ask her. tiie - cjHu.Ntion outright, adopted? a method of sounding her as to her idea of mat rimony. "Jenny, my 'lass/' ho said nervously, "AU've insured, ma life." "Hasta, lads"' said Jenny indifferent iy "Aye, and Ah'rn a silly for doing so. "How's that?" "Why, supposin' Ah got killed 't pit. where dost think t' moiiey'll go?" "Why, to thy i'eyther, for sure." "True neuf, and it isn't fair, it ought to be paid to ma wife," "To thy wife; wli, tha hasn't got one." "That's just it," said Bill, " but thou's a. nice lass, Jenny, and I want thee to hev that money." "Why. couldn't tha say so at first? cried Jeiiny joyfully.

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New Desert Bean. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

I I New Desert Bean. 1'iofessor K. W. Clothier, of tljo University of Ari/.oua, has discovered a new variety of bean, well adapted for cultivation, in dry climate*. Dur ing a 1800 mi!o journey over tho deserts au<i mountain* of Arizona, ho viaito<i iho Papago fndians, and got from them srvernl hundred brownish-yellow brans of un unknown variety. Tlicvso in* planted on experimental plots ut the Arizona {Experimental Farm fur four year* beforo tho discovery wa.<» announ* cod. It appeara that tho now bean, which had .own named tho "tepary" bean, is inoro prolific undor dry con ditions than any other known variety. It yields between 700ib and fiOOIb to tho aero, with no moro water than tbi» j canty rainfull of Arizona gives. Under the Bamo conditions, ordinary beans /iold only from 661b to 1401b to tho ncr*. Agricultural progress has boen nudo by mou who wcro not satisfied with what was good enough for their tr&sd* father*.

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LUCERNE—METHODS OF CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

LUCERNE-METHODS OF CULTURE. Lucerne to a perennial plant, and ouco well established will last a number of years-from four to ten, or more, depending upon the character of, tho soil and treatment of the plant iA re ference to manuring and methods ot cutting. The mature plant is a vigor ous feeder, its roots otten penetrating to a depth of 10ft, or more. Its up right stems do not sprout on cutting, . but dio back to tho crown, from wlixn new shoots start immediately and grow rapidly. This accounts for tho facB that from three to live cuttings can bo harvested annually. I Jjuccrne ib adapted to a wido rango I or .soil, provided tho subs-oil is open and | porous, and well, supplied with limo. riio most favourable soil, however, w a deep loam , preferably sandy in nature,.^ , 6vex]yiiig^a.-2otH>oo'-«crtnjniufc~sal)soir;'-^' Good drainage ia highly essential, and on soils overlying 'heavy clay or hard pan subsoils great caro must be taken to provide tree escape of surface water. The lu...

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Sees all Things Reversed [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Sees all Things Reversed A hoy who m?<-8 everything upsulo duwn, writes from right to iclt, »». verts nil Ins loiters and figures, And iluiws and copies «uy objects MM wrong way up, 1ms In en di.covered nt Chester lo Street-, Um.iam. Iis >vivrs old, ami his ease proientx many similarities to thai of an American h.»y ropiM'tinl recently. in an interview witli tho hoy's tcaoii er, a pressman ohi-ainul an iuoa ol fclio pccufmr working of iho h.>y's mimJ. Not only does ln> wri'o ujxulo down, t lit* teacher .viid, hilt ho also sees tip side down. Kor instance, if he has in wriio a small "hM the result is a M,y" written backwards; that' is to sav, ho eomuu»iie< s to form the letter at' tho tail end ami work backwards. Thn s:inii« oneration take# plaoo wh n ho forms too letter "if or "m." tho ef t.ci hcinjt ihat the letters uro written "u" and "w" respectively. His m ud avis in a similar topsy turvey m inner wlien ho is sot. to cony any liguro or Millim1 draw...

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

Cohuna Store and Butter Factory. SUMMER SALE. Commencing Tuesday, January 20th., for 10 DAYS ONLY. J. MACKENZIE KING Begs to inform the Public of Column ami District Hint lie is disposing of Ins surplus SUMMKIi STOCK at Greatly ltcdueed Prices. - Call and Inspect Our Bargain Counter Crowded with LADIKS' UUH'SKS, COSTUMUS :md UNnKUCLOTlIINC. at Prices that , -will commend themselves tu one ami all. Don't-miss seeing the Bargains in Dress Stuffs-Printed Voiles, Crepes, Poplins, Prints, Muslins Detains. Cashmere, Sieillian, ALL REDUCED. CLOTHING. Men's Summer Suits, Lustre Sac Coats, etc., will be cleared at a great sacrifice. also Boys' Tunics, and Crash Sailor Suits. J. McK E N Z IE KING' COHUNA. Commonwealth of Hustvalia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Tbli Rink i. (inf. t->r ail <.!:>.<.« of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS i: EQUITABLE GUILD1N3, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto M Sj-dwy, Caalwm. A<l>Ui.K I'-rrti. Il»h»rt. ttrMuw. !:;. T.n.orr.Hf, «>i'I Uimfcn...

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Grit for the Fowls. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Grit for the Fowls. Sumo linvo the impression that it is nut necessary to supply grit to fowls whirh are «u fp*o rango, as tho birds will liiul sullicient for their rneds, Thi* tuny '»o truo when thoro is a gravel i«iad or seashore, et<\, near by to which t ho low Is have iuvess; otherwise not In a mouth's tiiuo a largo Hock ot *. wis daily foraging over the »:inu« ftjncc will clear away all tho MiiV.ibl© grit from a larg«? area. Unless life folws win range whoro thoro is an unlimited supply of grit, il n-iJI ini Necessary to provide th«J<i with a supply after a certain length ot time, no matter how much range thoy .:njoy. On land whero |«>ultry had .ic\er been kept ebforo, a tlook might, possibly get along for soveral years with the grit which the fowls eouhi ttMl ,kt iinnd, but except in favorec situat.ons tho grit supply runs out: So ilu poultry kooper must supply the hn.<. . t'nl may bo bought/ns thoro aro rtiRny brands mi tho market, /lot wit...

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SO THEY MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

SO THEY MARRIED. Thuy wcro engaged. Porhaps he rt*» . pontod; perhaps ha did it- only for fun. &aul ho:- . "My darling Ethel, what would you say if 1 wore to toll you th'.it I cannot rnarry you**0 "1 would say, my dearest love, that I have a big brother who would nuiko . it warm for you, and that I havo sonitf of tho little sweetheart billet®*, doux that would make it oxpomuva fofi; you, George, dear." i, "But, you know, I haven't «ud tfc» "I know you haven't, my pet.'V ; f . "So wo'd botter* got nmrried, iadn% \>oP" ... t "l think *o, pwcwoi."

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