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POULTRY YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

POULTRY YARD, v ^ r A oarefui poultrydfeopor will go; into ,.itho fowl-noiiMi now and' theu in tho evening,, to-i»oo the birds are allrfght, us thojr-o.vact oiinuiuoii , ouu bt* ob served; when..on tho porch. Should any bird bo breathing iiard, a tca spooij/uJ of warmed' glycerine, follow ed by ono" of salad;oil, sliuiiid no given u t unco, us tiuu treatment. wilJ ea.so 111 a snort, timo; then give two roup 'pills, and ori an average, lifteen birds out ol every tw&uty will bo well in jroin tJirco 10 aovon.days, if treated ; when the 1irot symptoms <tppoarV. Should ine; rattling. in tho throat bu very toovuio, siiid tno bniathing liai'd, the'ilesh over tho. lungs should.bo pain ted^ with tincturo of ariiiu*. ! -Jj'or tho-inau who goe* tu. solely for eggs, a lovouig system of ^ceding is an light, but it^ is bound to bo detri mental to breeding stock,'- and 'tlus is | why pullets, intended for breeding purposes,; should notr bo given quanti ties, of nourishing sol's ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A MONEY LENDER'S DODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

A MONEY LENDER'S DODGE. Tlu-ru is keen competition among tho monoy-hmdovs ot London. i)nu ol un» iatet>t pua.si.vs «il ihi> rtvalry is tho svndin^ to a selected person Uank ol i'iii^iaml notes lor a loan of JJ60 or moiv, without, entering into any pre vails negotiations with tho recipient. Vlie money-lender is caretul to select a mark lor such an unsolicited loan. Ho tho view that ft pur lin uliu lias iiic notes in his possession .vill hud it' hard to return ihem if lit1 ;.s in need ot linaneial assistance, and ho ut*vuue» that iho ivespient will IK yrontiy impn>sed by the openhand<Ml way m which tho money-lender deal with his clients. An incident of th.-> kind ha» led to a pleasant iiuU« eomo-ay between tho Uov. Herbert Williams, ot I lor.sley-down, llei mondsoy, and .1. Marsh Ltd, money lender's. Mr Wil liams lui.» specialised in oxtrienlhi;: vouh;x jueri i'Vojrt tho toils of- rnnnov. Vhdo; v nv;.oiy<.<i" n fcuci*m>in .J. Marsh, Ltd....

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

'WOMEN'S lN'f EilliSTS "Anibronino.") mo SulU rn go.n;j to J.ali-inaik tho dle^s-hs, in <lujl(K , can omy ..itur .".o op.imm: tnut the spnng-.spre.m hip j-j gojig lo bo eon lieuiued by all except Hav ing said uuii I gunco ;ti Mio hamsu-i rcicr ku Uio i<\siiiimu<ug iu»iu In ll««s dep.u uuent w« iiavu .vciyibim Unit Is beatuiiul, ami vely la Mo UiuJ Call.* iof Killdellin.lilOM. | jlo JrJU J,,.* | grown iiKi) a liowu- . im4 to bJotuu. im \ 0} UlL lllO i.\ic<ll01 Ilil.S expllIKlt'ti iill \Vi: oiio remove lro»i an irivguiarlv Joimui mil. j.iio swelkd trom, which is ouiIh.ou wun ,nii ,s 10 i.u «-xpj»,,u-u, , inn to .shore sh-ove in Ucopiii" or lo longer in tho i<>fin or uu hour-glass. Aue designers i ho other sido oi ifit* u'odci aro nothing il not resoureeiul to mmiea,/ ,:Xho wrjst-lrJU. ivh;eii \s ... - '+*,'?' .vl iiv r'/.,(,it, I very aptly de*<Nnbed. 'iJuctons nr.-I nn olcotru y/o .shall soo in le.vs .striking form....

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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CELERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

CKfiKIfY. K is t!io object of ovorygood kilclion gardener - to- havoa supply of well blcnchod. orisp celory. am! to 'havo it ;i:» car.'.y and la to /is possihio is ono of thu points in gardening to which attention should bo paid. At the snmo tiino, .thero are difficulties in ttio way of obtaining it oarjy in sonio places to which .it is advisr.blo to call atten tion, as tlio situation best fitted to ".bring, forward early peas, caulillowurs and "potatoes, is not always the ono that produces early celery. IV is generally admitted thnt the coitry. of otir gardons is an improved var.oty of a wild phmtl found in ditch e;s and othor marshy places, whero it grows, seeds,, and reproduces itself in ti..' usual way; and it> is genorally J.und in tho greatest vigor when near the sea coast or a tidal river, salt in s t-uj shapo being beneficial to it. Orou naiuraUy in such places, it is hard i urprising that tho progress, of tho. en »irated plant in dry, hot garden 6 during tho summer month...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OVERCLAD SCHOOL-CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

'.OVBEOXiAD SCHOOL-CHILDREN. . I)r Pouglas, tho Govornment inspec-; tir'for schools in Morayshiro, has' Wrought to light Jislnnisbing dot-nils nt 1 mow sonio school ohildron itt tho North «»r Scotland/aro almost smothered by i tho. amount of clothes they nro com-I pulled to wear (says tho "Evening1 ..>uuidard"). Dr Eouglaa states that; ho found 72 per cont of tho children I wearing such a mass of clrtthoR'as-tol bo -really dangerous to health.. U Tho I worst caso in-this respect was a girl who had eleven layers ofeJoiriiii^, and. 'tin} toaehor voluntocred tho.information iliat t hero was an additional overcoat | in tho oJonk-rooni. l)r ' DougJaft also J diwovered that many of tho children slept in tho garments thoy wuro outside.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A CHURCH WITH A CHEQUERED CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

A CHURCH WITH A CHEQUERED CAREER. St. Mary**. Soho. is n church with x roiiiarknblu religious history. It wns originally erected through the in fluence of Dr Compton, tlio treo planting Ilisliop of Loudon, for the IJroek Archbishop of Amos and his flock, who had bwn driven iroin their island by the Turks. Since then this little odifiDo l>ns boon successively i* Meeting house for Huguenots and bap tists, and wtH finally being turned into n musie-hall when captured by tho Established Church. It is now boing used by the old Catholic* for 1 their Sunday Mass and other eorv>cos« with tho sanction of the IJishoji of j London. Tim first Anglican Bishop 1 of St Mary's wag J. .!>. Chambers, n j <mco famous Tracanrian leader, who I had among his congregation, Mr OUd- , *tone. j

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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CHEMICAL VALUE OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

CHE CAL'VALUE OF KM.' J):1 Ktnil il.ilin; wri^ir.^ m J.ho zinisoho Blaettor, mentions jLi ll.fi ns tlii; value of a man weighing loOlba The man's fat, according to tile writer is wort It lO/o. Of iron, there is ha rely enough to make a, nail 1 inch long. There is, however, sufficient limo to wash a good-siz^d fowlhouse, Of phosphorous. there is enough to put heads on 2200 matches, and tho magnesium in his body would provide a very pretty fireworks display. Tho man further holds within his organism albumen in sufficient to mako 100 cgg-> while of sugar ho has a tcaspoonful, and of salt it mero pinch. ?

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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AN INVOLUNTARY VOYAGE. CURIOUS EXPERIENCE BY A GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

AN INVOLUNTARY VOYAGE. CUHIOi:S EXPBRIEN'015 BY A CIKL A Honolulu message of October 11th in a San Francisco paper, gives lito following account of a young woman'*' involuntary trip to Honolulu: With a in her pretty eye, that even her tear-stained chock could not suppress, handsome Miss Nettie Stone or Oakland arrived in Honolulu shortly ui'ter midnight last Thursday morning, having boon brought ou board the Can adian Australian Koyal Mail liner, Maruraa from Victoria, when her in tention had been to sail from tbo Can adian port to Sail i'rancisco in tho Umatilla. it was a dark night in Victoria when tho boat sailed,'' said Miss Stone, "and I had just finished a visit with sotim friends on n ranch near Viotoria. Tho friends took in© to Victoria about an hour before tho boat was duo to 6ail. and I secured ji ticket and boarded the VtescJ under tho impression that it was tho Umatilla ntid that 1 would soon bo with tny folks 'n Oakland. There wero two steamers at tho dock, I thought J ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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KEEP ON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

KEKP ON. A young American lawyer was de fending fin old cniiviot on tho charge of Imr^lnry in a Statu where the court rules allow cacli side one .hour to adf. dross the jury. Tiio young lawyer,' somewhat nervous, consulted a veteran member of tho bar, who happencd^to hu standing near. ..Trow much lime do you think I should take up in addressing the jur,y" h<> asked in a rather pompous manner. "Tako the full hour," was the gruff reply. "Tho longer you talk the ln':L:'r you'll keep your client out of

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MISSING CONTINENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

MISSING CONTINENTS. It h»s long been one of the delights of philosophy and sotenco to spend their imagination on tho construction ot vanished continents, whore either Euto pma^ilourishefl, or tho conditions ob taining u'ero suilnblo for tlio develop ment of "missing links" Thus on tuo ono widrt of tho world wo haro the hypothetical, but probable continent, sornetiinoh called Ijevnuria, of which tho fiutch Kant India Isles aro nil that remain, where tho biologist aud eth nologist may sport with thoorios of tho arrival and dispersal of man: and on tho other sido wo have tho Atlantis of thef ancient#-that ^inland to thr west of tho Strait of Uibraiter, whioh legend hag ^as submerged by the beenum> of tho impiety of its in habitants. But, althowgfi this At lantis is apocryphal, it hag long beon known that tho west of Kuropo, Africa and tlio British Isles onco extended, far beyond thoir present wast lines ioto tho sea; and that at ono time Great Britain and Ireland wero but tlio out l...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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IN PREPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

IN PREPARATION. A woman who wont to a hospital for | tlie purpose of undergoing a serious I operation asked for two postcards on tho diiv Uio operation was to bo per formed. After having written on both cards, she addressed them to h(*r husband and asked her nurao to poit which OJJO of them applied after tho operation. Tho nurso glanced at the cards, and saw that ono of thorn road as follows: "My dear husband-I have had tho operation, and am doing} nicely. Will bo nt homo in a week or two." On tho other card was written "Mv Dear Husband-I have* had tho operation, and am sorry to tell you tfiut I did not surviVo. ' "I'vo never seen tho roan yet," aho declared, "who oouldn't bo made a fool of by a pretty woman.'* ,rUml" ho replied. "Of course, you, I tako it, hiivo {tadpti tho matter from the .twdpdftrt of tfe# ionoceot byiUsdor."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A DEADLY INSULT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

A D13ADLY INSUI-T. "Harry Lovo," exclaimed Mrs Knnwnll to her husband on his return one ovcning from liis oliiee, "I have b-heen d-droadfullv insulted I" "Insulted?" exclaimed "Harry loro' "Hy whom?" "B-by your mother/' answered tiio youn^ bursiint: into tears. "My mother, Flora? Nonsense I Slio's miles on n visit to poor Tom." Flora dried her tears. "I'll toll you nil about it, Horry 1'ivo/' sho said. "A letter camo to yon thi-. morning nddrotaul in your mother's handwriting, so, of course 1 -I onened it." "Of course 1" repented Unrry dryly. "It-it was written to you till t)o \\;>y through. Dm you understand?" "T understand. Hut where* does the insult came in ?" "]t--it enmo in the p-p-postscript./' enYd tlm wife, bursting into fresh (Uwh of briny. "It >at<l-'P.IM'.S IVar Flora, d-dun'tj fail to give this l-lettor to Harry. 1 w-want him to h-havo it."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. The trouble at tho State coal mino, caused by tlio sm pension ol lour wheel er.i for having oi.iisf:<l work before tho icd hour, 1ms been settled. Tho revenue collected at tho Custom Heu-o on .Jattyary 30 amounted to: Kevr;.ue, ;tfcJtuio, £122/3/; eon'Nsigent, ; pilotago,'' JU3U0 wharfage, ii7o 1/2/8, vilre delay which iiMK been aecasi'nriod' in com pleting tho now regulations doaiiug with rates oi' pay ami conditions of cm- ! ploynient in the si-rvioe. An important alteration in tho k.VS:.o.ii of controlling racing in Victoria 'ms I 11.m? 11 propns,-d, ami will ho dealt with | hv tIn* committco of tho Victoria Rao in^ Club. K.'i'u.;»! hy tho -liippin^ companies i representative.-, to increase the wanes of | wharf laborers readied in 1 ho coul'ereue.v of tho parties proving nh'.r t ive. Twii men, chared with hav ng o« n spired to defraud certain Chine.so to mato growers ol K'.'hma and Moama, were on Friduv i-ommitud for trial at lh<- Supreme. Cour...

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REJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

nE.JK.CTED. In a carriage on a Scottish railway Knt a number of. gentlemen off for tho holiday. Conspicuous in tho company wrro tw»>-one an old man with a very liald hend, and tho other a young fol low with a great crop of rod hair, whoso fiury lino would outrival tho set tine sun. _ . , . When they had paused Paisley most nf the travellers put down their news papcra ntid began to yawn and look out. lazily, awaiting tho arrival of tho train at*their destination. Tiring of this proaaio silcnco, tho voung man with tho red "hair Rejected the old man as tho butt of his wit. "I fifty, old felelw," ho remarked rudely, "Naturo surely had no hair in stock* when you vcro rondo P" "Slio had sir, tsbe had," replied tho old man; "but it was all rod, and I would not hftvo any of it."

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FAITH HEALING AND CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

FAITH HEALING AMD CANCER. licinaj kablo evidence, showing how a v;ciim or wuuivr dud in great agonv while receiving Christian Science "truium> at" iruiu a woman who ad mitted i'/jiit she aa.s absolutely devoid 01 m.d.eal knowledge, was given ai the W'.scnuabtur'.s Coroner's Court at an mqticv,i an Miss iiva buoy ij olden. Altos Hukieii, who was 51 years old. had been a sull'erer in.ui cantor tor ouu.\> years, ami had been told that an ojK'i'auJ.jii was necessary. .She reined to iiavo an operation, and about Uvw year,» ago, a*ho became n Christian .Mi.-:-. Alice Tayno, a friend, diwrib <d hou' a .Mrs JJoij.-iJdson, a Christian Scieneo practitioner, "treated" .Uij>s iloldfii by i>rayor. .Mr.-. J><;naJ»J.sim .said that *ho first met Miss-Holden two years and thrco month ago, when Miss Holden camo to tier and said that she had read Chi lian .Sconce books, and wanted to haw Christian .Soieiuv uvatjnent. ..Jlave you Jmd any experienco of med-cine?1' th...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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UNKIND. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

TJNKIND. "I studied painting cbroad," said Iho artist. ? " ... "That explains it," replied thocntio, i'1'vo never ioeo a cow Jiko th»t in tn»

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THE BOY KNEW HE WAS HONEST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

I'MK IiOY KNEW HE WAS HONEST A m:tn who Jjnpt a .«sm;;ll simp was .vailing <»*. a- sin'jkf custom.t early ono morning. IJis little ho.v and h. wore :ihme at tho time, and tho . non kwper was obliged to go upstairs* I«»r sr.mr r-hangc. Before doing so lo whimpered to tho littlp olmp to war.ch Uit> customer, to b':(* that ho didn't .steal anything. r Very soon tho proprietor returned with tho nuce^arvohnngo, and tho boy sanii out: "Ho didn't steal nnytiiMg, (.a; T watched him."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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QUAINT TENURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

QUAINT TENURES. Tho king* and princoa of England socm to haro delighted to atauso ttiem Rolvoa by tho dovising of tonures for t»heir personal profit, pleasure, find amusement. Soino in their nature (writes 1'aul Monckton in Uho "Con temporary Heview") mv such ag to bo unprintable in tho twentieth contury I'rass; theso quickly cnnio to ho com muted to a money payment. Others, uguin, nro positively amusing in tho variety nnd uniuro of the ouj-IOUKS by u'hich thoy wero to bo held. For instanco, tho Lordship of lluros. «n K<sex, was held by tho aergoantry of raiding tho King's hog*; CarlotOn. in Nottingham, by Oho sorvioo of on* catapult in the year for nil services; two farms at C.irleoats, Yorkshire, by Mm somVo of finding, ojio n right hand glove, and tho oOher a left hand glovo. the wholo of tho Manor of Ualdeooto was he'd by Humphrey do Ikflim by virtue of being Lord High Oonatablo of Kngland-a post now abolished on ao count of tho degree of power and splen dour attachin...

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PAT'S NEW ASTRONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

PAT'S NEW ASTRONOMY.: Pat found it impossible to believe that tho earth was round in Rpito of tho numerous arguments of an crnin ont astronomer.' "But look hero, Bat" said tho latter, "you must see that tho world can't bo anything cluo but round. Now, tell mo, whrro does tlio sun rise," "In tho cast, of course," said Pat. "And wliero does it set?" "Why, in tho west." "Woll, thou, how did it maiiago to Pat thought hard for a minuto. Then an intelligent look dawned in his oyo. "Why, of oourso," said ho at last', "it just slips back in tho night!" get hack in tho west ngaiu by, tho morning; tell mo that?"

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A COOL SHADE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

COOIi SHADE HOUSE. u uoifl «iuu;d jo SJUAOI oj ojnsuopZ jo -iuojiJ oaiS JO aui-yvOja-im ojoui ojw uoptutf oqj irt s^ods JIOJ ojb- ojuij^ r well constructed and mooly furmsncd .shade, or bush house. It is an inter esting place at all seasons, but partic ularly so during the hot. summer months when growth is luxuriant, ami tho houso allords a pleasant shado from the heat of tho sun. In cur climate, numbers of plants that aro diilieuitto grow in the greenhouse, can bo grown to porfeotion in a bush or shade houso. for, in addition to tho plants grown in pots or planted in tho soil for per-, mancntly furnishing tho houso, it also Erovidos a place where pot 'plants can e grown and established that arc re quired for. indoor .decoration; as woij is a place for wintoring varieties that havo been used outsido during tb© 6Um mer months, . A shade houso is easily constructed, and at little cost, unless, of coorso, ex pensive material is used. All that ib required is a" reasonable amount ol shad...

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