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SOLVED THE DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

SOIJVKI) THE DIFL'TCIJI/L'Y. "No," said the old shoemaker, sternly, "I will not do it. Xover havo 1 sold anything by false representa tions, nnd I will not begin now/' For a moment ho was silent, and tho shopman who stood beforu him could see that tho bettor nature ot liis employer was fighting strongly f?>r tho right. "No," said tho old man again, "I will not do it. It is an inferior grade, of shoo, and I will never pass it olF as anything bettor. So just murk it 'A shoo fit for a Queen,' and put it in tho'window. A queen, you know, does not have to do much walking." Tho amount of brains you put into your work determines tho amount of tplcosure and profit you will get cut i it *.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHIVALRY REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

CHIVALRY REWARDED. An oUl lady, laden with Hor Christ mas shopping, was struggling along one <il" tho main thoroughfares of a large town on a Saturday evening. Suddenly, out of heifcliag, which n.id sprung open, rolled n shilling. , A gen tleman who wa> passing, seeing her sorry plight, quickly and gallantly bent to recover the coin and restore same to its owner. But, ta his astonishment, the old damo hurriedly planted a broad untl ample foot over the muddy shilling, while sho esolaimi'd, in accents loutl and triumphant "No you tlon't my fmo sir! I was ono too many for you tfjmti jtimo, wasn't I?"

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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PRESERVING EGGS—LIME v. WATERGLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

PRESERVING EGGS-LIME V. WATERGLASS. Frauk T" Shutt, chemist, of the Experimental Farm, Ottawa, writes "For tho past fivo seasons wo Jiavo compared lime-water with 'watcr-glaea' solution, with tlio invariablo result that .tlio former presences tho eggs, a® . least pauaily, aa.AveIl .is thoulpt&oiv--:£kkc^X iii^rnLo'coiiBidGratioa'quabt^^votir,1 and appearanco,Nvo have adjudged^ the lime-water preserved eggs unsurpassed by any'kept by tho many and various methods tuat we. have had under trial. "Wo do not believe that egga can bo stored by any method and have tho fla vour of 'tho fresh-laid article-at jeast, that is our experience, and it ia a: largo one. It you wish to add Bait to tho lime-water, do not us© more than 1 ib to 10 gallons. Some otf our re sults seemed to show that this quantity was an improvement, but larger m ounts most certainly affected tho ilavor of tiio egg. bso only fresh quicklime in making tho iime-water. lieep tho eggs covered with Clio solution. Good sp...

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

; A NEW SERIAL ST08Y ' entitled-; TERRIBLY TEMPTED/' will bo commenced in this paper NEXT WEEK.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A Hint to Travellers [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Hint to Travellers As nil excursion train teo<nily drow . Mio :i M'asido terminus tho pft^songnrs begun 1<» collect their Uipg.ixo and j;Ot their tickets ready. " Kxcusw 'no, ma'am," sr.id a .seedy-looking, nhil'ty eyed individual in tho corner to a Imxom matron silting oppoj-ite, "d'ye mind my looking at your' ticket a moment?" Tho matron looked Kome what surprised, but pinced her ticket in tho outstretched hand. Tho st.rdv individual studied it for a moment, then, coolly tearing of! a eornor. handed it back as tho train puffod up. He passed on with tho crowd to the bar rier, but just ns ho pot to tho tickot collector he cried, "I'vo forgotten wy stick,", and dashed buck to tho car riage. flaring rccovorod his stick, he nppronohed the ticket collccior boldly and attempts! to puss through. "Tie* ket, ploaso." "I gavo it up . just now, I've been bntk for my' stick.*' "You didn't givo a tickot, sir." "Excuso inc. I did. You lor.k nnd so if you haven't got otto, N...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Scarlet as a Tonic [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Scarlet as a 7'onic .Scarlet rooms aro advocated ;is a cure for lii/iiu-sx miioti^ M'litxiili.iys. !)»., Albert Ahrams, of San Kiasieisco, ami scores (if other doctors Imv».» ili< ti that, tho sight of red has a icnic < ff-n t on I;i7.y people. "I have tested tin* color M'hemo on human heings ai:<l tntmnls," ho Rays, "and find icd m he tho typo imparting tli(» greatest uergy." Actual proof that rid cur s a clogged and .stupid hrain is givrn liv Mine. Oiprani, a well-known American woman. "There is no excuse hi the aorId for uomon he;ng dtrii and and unattractive," she says. Tin* i> Iter cure for dullno-v.. S»e, p at nignt in a rcotn ileoded with crimson flame and in the morning you will wnko up with brain clear and each m-rve >ooth «*d and strengthen'*!. ll'xl even im pels injects to lively action. The cele brated Im'oucU expert, J)r I»oum»m»er, has shown by experiment thai, a vpjd"r antl a wasp will live in peace together under n tvlurless hel...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Furs Preserved by Cold [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Furs Preserved by Cold When tlio "lifo" of a fur garment, is considered in relation to its cost, tins economical quality in a high one, pur ticulnily to-<Iny, wlion ko.ciioo has cltVc toil .so periect a preserver as cold stor age. This development of preserva tion, which actually at rests na'uiral deterioration caused btv evaporation ot the natural oil in the Lather and hair of furs in tempenUo ami hot. atmos pheres, apart iroiu the immunity \i provides against ravages hy mollis, prolongs tin* lift* i>f tin* commodity in a wonderful d«gree. This advantage alone, compensates for a great deal «.f tho recent ri>o in values. Further, tie. depth of color and gloss in the mr i*> more enduring hy many yiais than it was under the warehousing condition?, of bvgono days.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Apple Packing. PROPER PICKING ESSENTIAL FOR [?]FECT PACKING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

| Apple Packing. I'llOi'EK rtCKIN'O KSSKNTIA1, KOI! . 'i'i'XT PACKING. . jt frequently requires a. nice judg ment to determine tho proper time for picking npji.'es. if pickcd too soon the fruit will »:» undersized ami poorly col ored, thus injuring seriously both its quality and appearance in tho puck age. If allowed to hang on too long, its keeping quality is impaired ami danger of I.**, by "high winds is multi plied. .No definite rule can bo laid down as tCi tiiuo of picking. '.'"When the fruit, on being t\vist<xl oue-luilf around will >nap cleanly from tho spur without breaking tho stem, it should bo picked. ? lied' apples are usually picked when thev have-assumed > a normal colour, and yellow apples when they havo at tained thsv prcmor sizo and tho seeds become browueu. There are great dif ferences, hr'wover, between varieties. The Jonntlmp must be pieked as soon .as-.colony!'or it will not keep in stor age, tho Kcd Astrakhan becomes mealy and often cracks when ...

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

Egg Preservative Profe.-sor W. (i. S-dg^irk, of Stev en; Institute of IYcUm.1. -ippiarod as an expert witness heii-r^ tn<» Now .j*i>.>y State Hoard of H. ,i! it to de tmuMvale that- \W can «>! <g£: s.'i/'. 1 by tho (Jovei nn.cnt. *.ni* ?» ynus .is until for lo. il, me . ?:!! ;>.r|ec*.Iy vhoWvmo. As evidence, i»,> told ot feeding them t<i ins family, and at tach s of lis laboratory, llo .-jiid eggs 100 years old. if Kept r.ght, were better :h in iro-h urn's. When tit.' ht altli sharps at. the hear ing s.H Mu'i] inendiilous, 1'ioiessor Sedg wick explained that to ko.p eggs ,or a lew years is no* u mark u» tiio teats ot tho who proseive them lor in definite peiiods. llo ri called when |j? 11 Chat:g visited Anr r;ca hehiought with him « ug-^ years old, Iwratuo ilioiv were ncno in this country old eitoiigh to -41 it. his paiate, Tho -tOO ran?, we:o tolcasod for sale by tho Sla o Heard <.f Health. hots of the bm.rd nlo (OixUutlf- ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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NO MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

NO MISTAKE. Thn limnngor of a certain coal com puny knew bow to look lifter his pi.'ntv. Ho was what is known and UTIIHVJ ;I herd nnd grasping nmn. "Hold on thero, Hill," ho fchontcd angrily one afternoon to an employe vlio was driving out of the yard. "ThM cool oun't havo boon weighed. II looks a trifle largo for a tou to me." "This ain't a ton, boss," bhouted Bill, "it's two tons." "Oh, right you are Bill," said the manager, much moiUfied. "Besc your j>*r<on, Bill. Go fthftad, Bill/1 I

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Limit of Unaided Vision [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Limit of Unaided Vision Tho ability to discern tho htur Alcol hi the t«il of tho Great ilw»rr has boon J-cId to bo tho tost of the hroit of hu man vision unaided by any glass. very rarely ie tho eyo of such power as to sco the satellites of Jupiter, yet Micro are on rccord two or throo instance tho third satellite bciiijr the most dis tinct of thoso seen. It » &aid that Peruvians aro tho lonRCflt-aghtcdI rnc of all. Thoro i» recordod by Hum itoldt the caso of Indians in that coun try who perceived a human figure Jo miles away, being *btet© reccgim# it m ft hum*n, »nd ©W m wwt«.i

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FATIGUE POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

THE FATIGUE POINT. .Nothing is m> beneficial to a man or a woman as to relax every inusclo of the bedy, to lio or at IcA>t to sit with clositi eyes lor a short tnno every day. Many p«x>plo cannot sleep, many can o»Jy spare a ouaner of an hour for this rci»t, hut if tlio.se would inako a point «»f taking just what they cnu thoy would soon iind a marked difference m their health. A human being can work every day wi\ to the point of fa tigue without fooling any tho worse, in fact it may bo fiojd that hundreds would tool infinitely bettor if thoy had to work to tho fatigue point every . lay of thoir lives. Tiioy would not then complain of loss of aopetit-o or inability to sloop. Hut tneso ill ef fects, ii (hoy arise from mint of work, also attack thoso who habitually pass t iio fat:yuo point. To rest before ju.<>t getting tired Is one «»i tho very best .mans to pi event a breakdown, il mental or nliyatoal strain is continued, < ven a little too far for ...

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SILVER BEET. ITS USE AS A FORACE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

SILVER BEET. I I.S 1/SK AS A KOUAdE CHOP. (Hy Mr A. II. M'l'horsoii, Supervis or of Kicld Expcninoiilff Dopnrt incut of AKiiculHiro, N.Z.) Tli" phenomenal siiwss which has attended tho introduction of sjlvjr he«-t is naturally attracting tho atten tion of farmeis in all parts of the No nunion. Its freedom mi far lrom in >eets ami fuugt.ul diseases, its grout prolificacy in producing a wealth of fU'in ami leaf (giving quite six foo<l ings-oll with sheep in twelve months' time from <lato of lirst fowling), its roistaucc to drought and severe frost*, its apparent freedom from causing >eour or hloat in sheep, tlio apprecia tion ot all classes of farm stock for it (.trials having proved that it is relish c< 1 before rape, kale, or roots), tho enormous tonnage of succulent forage it produces, ami its fairly high feeding value place it in tho forefront of ail other toliago or root crops grown for stock, iii this oountry at tho present time. Tln» remar...

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Dairying in Switzerland [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Dairying in Switzerland Tho cow. and her produce appear to have beaten all other departments oi agriculture in Switzerland, says the agricultural correspondent of " The . ^orkdiiro I'ost.-** According to the most rccL'nt- publication of the Utal area of the country-slightly less than ten million acrea/ or half tno sizo t ol Scotland-only 5} 'millions nro cultivat ed, :*nd of this corn occupies ci.ly -.">(3,000 acres, and vineyards (WP00 acres. Thoro nro practically no for age crops in our sense of the word, and no root crops, but a considerable area of grass land, which produce large crops in tho valloys aud abundant grazing on tho mountains and thtir lower slopes. When we consider the>o figures wo arc amazed at tho fact thai tho duiry cows number nearly K)0 OtX), showing a continuous nnd marked in crease yi\*tr by year. Tho director of tho important Dairy School »(. Jiutti estimates tho average yiMd of the cows of the country at. 001 gallons, which is probibly 130 gal lons mo...

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One Couple, One Home [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

One Couple, One Heme Ibis is "xvhut- my nil school f; iend, i.ucont, and I dreamod (say* u wruoi to a London pap.r) « II, n, Uoomlng gagvd at about ihe same uii. , w. planm-d 10 spend ut least ;iu» lits. year 01 our married hfo in one hop.*-" Wo should share «xi'i'iivs and m > save a little money. Wo could a(Ford to havo a good-siy.inl hou->o, in u, phusant suburb, while ;> «.iurd fituokiag room ior tho in. n und .i tennis court, i«»r our>oivos. Wo would a.nays help each other in ilio housi«-ko. ping trouble-. hound 10 alfhet Mioli incxperienetd people as wo were. I»fsi of all, wo w< uld h.- a grot deal leather. ! >hofh! oxpl.iin that MiUuom\ bus band uas o», th*> Slock while initio was a barnst< r. who had just got. over tbo must oritio.tl first yoars ami was beginning . to timl a small hut steady juatMtv. J!ii; tor ilu* ce. housekeeping plan, each conpfo would have to b, gin mar ried lift« m a vory stn.tll »i;>u o or Hat. What actually ha...

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Items of Interest [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

Items of Interest Samuel Kulwrts, village poslmun ol Llanystuiudwy. ha> retired after JV.) years' M-mice. He liu> travelled JUU.GoO miles on toot thrutigh every kind oi , weather, and is .still hale and hearty. A polio? dog ^p^dily Vi»mjtiish»Ml an armed apaehv in Pa rib.- The rulhtn. drnwiug i revolver, lin.U a; a con stable wl; ) was about to arrest h.m. J The liuUe- lieu* wide, and tho apache wai going to fire again, nfiicn tho policeman's dog it-ifled liitu h. the ear. Screaming with paiu, the apache drop ped the revolver, and wasv At oncu captured. Tho llamburg polico authorities have made a regulation ordering traiuway ear conductors, uuder penalty of losing their licenses, not to allow' women with unprotected hatpins to remain ill then Gih. Tiie police are also orders! to take the name and address of women with unprotected hatp:ns, who «*Jn» liable to a line of from £1 to £2. On the arrival at Plymouth reecntl.y of the IJamburp Amerika liner Imponv tor i'rom New ^ otk i...

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New Use for Tomatoes [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

New Use for Tomatoes It is now p(*»*iUle <siys a Naples correspondent) to buy a pound oi to matoes in a paper baj; mudu from to mato rkin und cat them by tho light oi a lamp burning tomato oil. Ilithcrta there has b.-:» much waste in tin? conversion of t«>:natoe.> into cjit stiji, pa>»t<« and soup. Th;« heed.N xifid -l;:n.s have been thrown away, but now, after much research in iaetoii'.-s at Naple< and Parma, the by-products aro almost JIS valuable a.'i th»r fntu it self. In thi.*» n"w proci^, tin- rov.'due ot seeds and sUtn.s is d'ied in tie un. Then the weds ar.» crush^! n .. hv draulio pre^s, when they vi**l'i a lim pid oraiu',o->vHuw oil, which, despite ts strong rxior of tomatoes, jr*. - an dnrli'ss, bright llamo when In:rn- <1 in a lamp. Hv another process, the sk n.s f to matoes can bo so treated a.-, to n> ke " quality of wrapping paper. RIVAL BURNT OFFERIV-. A gentleman rushing fiom his d-ninj: room into the jutll ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WHEN AND HOW TO FILL THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

WHEN AND HOW TO FILL TW SILO. . no quality of silngi; is determined to u great extent by tho condition vt tho mai/.o when cu; and tho caro used in filling tlio silo. The question. ol tho proper timo to out idu:kc and store in tho silo has boon much discussed and studied. Experience and r::roful fttudy of re&ults show that tho be<t silngo is made from maize that is cut and put into tho silo ab tho timo tho kernel ' dents and begins to ha;d.;r.. At thin stago tho in a is-.o has practically attained «u;turity(, and its fu'.I maturity is de veloped. This, of course, ' wilt do pened t» some ti.yrw on tho kiud of maize which is grown. Bomo varieties of maize dent casior than others, and caro should bo takon ui.t to let tho maize beeomo too dry. Drv maiac fodder does not' pnek i»n<{ exciudo the air n> well as that which contains n considerable amount of moisture. 1> the^ U60 of over-dry fodder cannot ho avoided, its O-sadvantagcs can bo over come, in » i...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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GREEN MANURING AND FERTILISER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

GREEN MANURING AND FER TILISER. The system of green manuring to furnish » supply oi organic matter, and to collect nitroguu irom tho air in tho esse of tlio green manuring crop being leguminous-can bo employee yitli decided advantago on sandy soil, uud also on medium soils, for fields U. whioh it may nut bo convenient to ap ply farmyard manure. To get the best results from green manuring. it is necessary to supplement it by the application of fertilisers. On thi* subject a distinguished German pro fessor of Agriculture has tily following observationsTlio necessity for the addition of nitrogen is dependent on dreds; not able to face the wintor without a set of furs vulutd at £00 or £70 being added to ball a dozen other sets. 1 hare known a woman, whose husband was on the brink of bank ruptcy , paying out a last available £10 note for a velvet coat. Dressmaker* could tell xn&ny surprising fctoriei °1 what an inordinate love for dress means -wo have had many revelations; but th...

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THE MODERN GIRL. SHOULD SHE HAVE A LATCHKEY [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 January 1914

THE MODERN GIRL. SHOULD SUE HAVE A LATCHKEY "Woman's Life," a Loudon piipor, contributes the following contributions from thoir readers on tho subject o! "Should girls havo latch-keys J-' Decidedly }cs. Whyf Becajw1 the modern girl is not tho namby pamby individual her granu-raotner was. Tho many grooves open now tor tho average woman tnako her a *e.-y independent sort of creature, and » many cases, whero sho is called upon to support the home, it is ouly fair she should enjoy tlio privileges of her bro ther. Jioing a business woman, sue gets numerous invitations odt--aud what would bo tho good of nil tne family being kept out of bed bccau.su of prejudice F Certainly girls should hive latch-key^. . As ft brother of four bachelor uims, I say decidedly no. Girls :in-' so less-at least, my sisters are. they each had a latch-key a-pieco, «"d-» would you boliev« it-each <*no of these latchkeys has been lost. Consequent* ly it is their invariable Iiabit to borrow mine. 'l'hev b...

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