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GANNA WARRA. REMODELLING THE CHANNELS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

GANNA \ ARRA. RKMODKLMN*; YHR CHANNELS. I Work is progressing well in con nection ivith the remodelling of the Gannawarra We.->t, channels. i lie importu. ; sections extending t'rom Hall's Kmhave beencom pleted for a oe of four and a Hiiarter miles. Vne whole of tliih was done by d i." ialior. The next section of about J 'A miles has been let to contractors-Messrs Thomp son Bros., of Teal Point. Further tenders are bting invited for yet another channel section about three miles long. Altogether, 16 miles or main waterways have to be 1 . alt with, and as many as five separate contractors are being en gaged in connection with the scheme. Even then there will be a considerable portion of work left for the eight teams of horses that are being retained for day labor on sections not included in the above. i These are necessitated by the urgency of the work, which, it is hoped by the Commission's en gineers, will be completed by the end of next'winter,"and'in time for general use during...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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District News. GUNBOWER. OPENING THE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

District News. (From our Correspondents.) GUNBOWHR. OPKNINO TIIH MHTHODI CHURCH. The social event of the present ?vcuk heic lias been the official opeu celebrations of the newly -icctud Gunbcnver Methodist Ohurch. The structure, which h.v. a capacity of 30ft by 20it, Willi r< comparatively lohy ceiling, ;wid which has been built to strictly comply with'modern sanitary it; qui.ements, was opened on Sunday last, when the Rev. T.Payne,<f Ker~ an<, conducted two well-attendee/ services. The celebrations were furthet continued on Wednesday evening, in the popular form of a concert and supper. Despite Uvj ssvclicriu; neat there was a lar^c attendance of friends from all parts of a wide disirict, the audience including the Rev Rodgers and Mr W. T. Ke.:vo (Anglican), of Tongala. 'lh: Kcv. K. Lee, who presided, said that t .e Methodists were numerically the largest Church in Australia, and declared that during his entire njinistry of ten years he had newr exp...

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

HORTON. Although the means for erecting ihr fine new local hall is practically assured, the work itself hangs fire. Mr R. Aitcheson successful ten dered for the job, and undertook to i:;oc it do nr. by last Christmas. This he failed to do, and the con tract was subsequently cancelled. The buildinr. committee" intend "to take advantage of that circumstance ro important modifications in l:\: plnn1'. with a view to aconsider u-.': . prospective saving in the con pitted expenditure. It is pro r;-. . d to effect this by abandoning ???I the present, certain luxurious .. ??.Ksories that on more mature . m-ideration are seen to be un necessary. A meeting to decide lie matter is called for the evening >f the 11th, and it is hoped that ail supporters will make a point of at :.-n>!in.; A notable event of the week 'has been the marriage of Mr Alfred Woods, of New South Wales, to Vfiss Minnie Hawken, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Hawken, of Kow Swamp. The interesting ceremony took place at ...

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COMMERCIAL. LUCERNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 February 1914

COMMERCIAL. LUCKRNK MARKET. I IT. S. K. Ward, of Melbourne, re ports:- I have to report that there is a good market ruling here for lucerne hoy ami chaff, especially of choice qualities, the nominal values being £\ 17s 6d for for well-cut, green,-leafy chaff, and/"3 17s 6c? for green lucerne hay, dedrick pressed with three wires to the bundle. The big bales which have been coming on rhe market from Kerang have been comiugon the market from Kerang have been realising from £$ 7a 6d to £3 12s 6d, and are not a favorite with buyers. It is pleasing to report that Swan Hill lucerne chnff, when care is exercised i wite the cutting, is still topping the mar ket. and I received £5 per ton for one truck rcceired from Mr. H. A. Ryland, which is the best price realised for' lucerne chaff on the market this year. The sample was well cnt and of good color, the leaf being well preserved, and it is a credit both to the grower and th* man who cut it. There is not a very large call for medium samples...

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

MACORNA. The Macorna Races came off on the local reserve on Wednesday afternoon. The sultry heat no doubt affected the attendance, which, however, was very fair. The officers worked very hard . to make the affair a success, and the result was reflected in the perfect arrangements. The racing was erood, and there were some close finishes. There was a field of 15 in the Handicap Trot, and 10 in the Maiden Trot. Following: are the principal results :-TrinlHandicap, Scantleton's Katanly 1, J. Mad den's General ' 2 ; Maiden Trot, Rust's Rob Roy 1, D. Kervin's Dolly Gray 2 ; Bracelet Handicap. A. Kardie's Cupid 1, Meekiu's I.astcombe 2 ; Haddicap Trot, Scantleton's Laddie 1 ; Flying' Handicap, Miss Lastcombe 1, H. Stratum's Sir Laclilan 2 ; Hack Race, Robinson' Officer 1, Rust's Chance 2; Farewell Handicap, General 1.

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

KERANG. The Trustees ISxecutors and Agency Company, limited, of No. 412 Collins-street, Melbourne, is applying for administration of the Kstate of Charles George Punch, late of ICerang, baker, who died on October 23rd, 1913. The estate is sworn at .£10,479, consisting of realty, ,£9511 and personality .£968, to which his widow, Mrs A. 15. Ptinch, and children, are en titled. The Kerang Gun Club still re mains an active and vigorous in stitution, and the sweepstakes match held on Saturday were a dis tinct success ; although, as only 250 galahs were obtainable, but foui sweeps were taken. The first event- a five bird match-was won by T. Turner, A. French and J. Scriven being second with four kills each. No 2 Sweepstake was won by G. Guilmartin, with 15 kills; No 3, by Daish and " Scrivo," with 4 kill-., and No 4 by Koy Argyle, witli 3 kills out of 2 pairs. The sudden death is regretfully recorded of Mr Adam Dickson, a very old and respected farmer of Teal Point, Cerang, at the age of ...

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MAN'S BEST FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

MAN'S BEST FRIEND. So mnny peaplo toll of tho faithful | ness nhown l>y tho dog and tho horso j that wo have conu> to call them man's | host friends. Tho term friendship ah WO commonly understand it, iritons nil round all tho time helpfulness._ A friend is ono wo I can not well do without. ' If y.ou aro a successful fnrmor and kwp thoroughbred cows you aro proud of thorn. You soil thom for a big I prico. Did you over stop to think ! what tho oow is pood for besides this? Without hor, wlioro would tho houso- I wife ho? Whero would tho cook in I your homo look for a product to tako j tho phico of in ilk? Milk in its vari- ! ous forms is tho very foundation of hor operations. Milk, croam, butter, chiM'so, puddings, pios, enke, broad, and so on through tho list, Youv cow gives tho milk to fill th<1 mother's breast to fowl tho littlo in fant nestling in hor arms, that may b»v. <.01110 a grat- nun in tho world. If, porehanoo, that mother is taken from tho homo,...

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ENGLISH FARM PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

NGLISH FARM PRODUCTS. P.'it II of tlio Agricultural Statistics /<»r It/12, isMied by the Hriti.sh Hoard ; of Agriculture, deals with tho nrodueo j <T->pN and brings out tlm deficient yii.'l ift oi wheat, oat.s, and potatoes, off* inir to the wet season. A table is giv.-n. .showing the hypothetical value of iM<»ps. Wheal is put at £10,883.000 .AH ""inparisl wiih £12,210.000 in 1011; harJey. £K, 152.000, against ££.01-1,000 'at.. £9,10.S.000. aj»aim.t £'1.077,000; p<»latoivs, £S,tK)K,000, against I'Ju.J 1^,000. On tbo other hand, rlove", etc., Ita.y m given at ClU.2-'7,000, against £9.809,000; and meadow hay, £29.710,000, a^ain-st £21 17.*J.0OO. Hop* aro estimated at U2.'J.":).000, again* £3,128,000, tfie drop in this 'iaso hi'inp duo to the de* criirfvd prioc. It» is noted us re markable that tbo market prices u'ure so nearly similar, in thrco instances identical, iu thu two seasons, and ex cept for wheat, potatoes and hops, the nominal ...

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TURNIPS AND NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

TURNIPS AND NITROGEN. Mr Thomas Janiicsou, Director of tho Agricultural ilesearch. Association of Scotlaud, has made n careful con sideration of tho turnip, which ex perience and experiment show docs not remiiro artificial nitrogen, but is spec ially supplied with moans for fixing tho accessary qualities of this eloinont from tho open air. Tho rapo plant has u structure practically iocntifiau with tho turnip. Tho special vxamin .ioti of the turnip and rapo wa» brought about from tho fact that a heUcr crop of oats was secured uftor ploughing rapo than resulted from oats alter ciovor. in thi:s ouunectiun, Mr Jamicsou declares, "Not to carry the turnip loaves off tho field cannot be too strongly repeated. Tho benefit to tlio succeeding crop is well-known, though it was not realised that the absurptiou ofi nitragyn was by tho leaves, and that provision of this ele ment to tho tniccoiding crop is tho ex planation. Tho turuip shows iu a dried plant per 100 parts 2.25 of uitrogon. i'hu nit...

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A NEW JERSEY CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

A NEW JERSEY CHAMPION. "What is the highest record-wo can expert a dairy co>v to mnko?" is n query that lias often been mode. As it was with tho trotting horse,.20 or 30 years- ago, -when animals began to ap pe«r;tbat could trot a mi)o in )oK9 than thrto minutes, for instance, Maude S., snaking'a record of 2.10, many thought that tho speed limit of the horse bad been reached, and so it was with tho dairy cow*. "When Yeksa Sunbeam,, a Guernsey, mado .her" phenomenal TO-. cord of 857 pounds of fat in ono year, it n;is doubted by many who bad not studied thd broeding of dairy cows' closeiy that her record would scarcely bo equalled, if ever excelled. Not long aft^r this. Colantha 4tJi*s Johanna, ., a Holstein, mado 90S pounds of fat/exeol ling Yeksjfc Sunbeam's record bv 141 pounds of fat. Hero tho world's re cord remained for several years, but it WHS finally displaced by. Bauostiuo Belle Do Kol, who innde in ono year 1058.3-1 pounds of fat. : coba Ireno, with ;j yeaj jy record of ...

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THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. A few years ago some members c.' tho Austrian Speleological Society dis covered in tho Duchstoin mountains some caverns which are amongst the largo.st in Kurope. Ouo of those grot tens, the longitudinal axis of which is fully. GoOOt't. long, moreover, turned out to offer additional interest by it-s truly enormous ico musses, and was found to bo tho largest known ico cave in tho world. Though a scorching sun may ho burning outside on tho bare mountain rock, there is always an iev wind blowing through this underworhf. fnu/.ing everything within its reach. Only sometimes, when tho outside tem perature ranges between 32 and -11 deg. Cut., and a comparatively warm rain }»;.!)« traltv; through the fibres of the reek, enteiing nglit into the cavern, will there he a temporary calm and dis tinct melting of the ice. Tho Daeh filled with ice, which communicate with one another through a number of fro s-.on galleries. An ice crevice SO ft. deep and llGft. in width traverse...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Anibroaino.") One of tho most useful things auy woman ouu possoss in hur wardrobe ig a bawjuo bodice or lace coatoo mounted on uinon, which always gives such a .soft uffect. To this may bo addod two aots ot collars and cuffs, one of black V(nV0?r W|kh whioh she should wear a fwlk flower at tho waist, and tho other ot white satin, homstitchod, to bo fin ished with a bunch of lilies of tho val ?- wear is imp&Hant, and at pre Jnany delightful little items can bo bought so cheaply that no ono need look dowdy at tuo throat. Indeed, ftovof I think in fashion's varied career lmvo »o many dainties boen ready for inexpensive, and immediate purchase on tho part of tho wolnan whos,wants -j4J,iook smart.. . v \ ,y ,*k£u</i4 oiU-ffcshiontxl JoVtjuurV t&med' to .office; \n»2r\ w: which it was originally intended; and our mid-Victoj-ian grandparents would probably bo rather scandalised at tho irreverent wny in which we dostroy and remodel some of t...

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ACTION OF GRASS ON TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

ACTION OF GRASS ON TREE?. - In tho latest number of Seieuco Pro gress is nn article by Mr Spencer I' ! wing- I4'.U.S., director of'tho Woburn k.\i*enjueutat i't'Mit bann, i'ngiisit . giving tho results of a scries of ex haustive- experiments todotennino t h<\ olfects produced by growing gross above tlio roots of fruit trees. In . this country, tho deleterious effect of grass on trees is generally recognised, ami commercial orchards are, , ns n ruk\ carefully cultivated,. but in Eugland, there is considerable differenco of opin ion and practice, gra^si-d orchards be ing not uncommon, although intensive fruit growing, with clean cultivatu-p. » tho latest phase of the industry, 'ibo chief reason for this divergenco of opin ion Mr Pickering believes io Ho in ire fact that effect produced by grass varies greatly according to the naturo of the noil, and, in some tew cases, may rv.-n bo negligible; tlio grassing of tlio land is also generally carried out gradually which- materia...

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HOMELY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

HOMELY HINTS. The tangled threads of yea to rd ay Will atill unsnarl with toil and pain, To-dav. our stubborn fingers play Sad havoc with to-morrow's skein. And yet tho pattern grows apaoo, Despite tho tangles that distress; Ana, at tho last, it gains a grace, From all our patient clamsines&s. Suet will keep in good condition if well covered with flour. Use a bicyclo pump to romovo dust from tufted furfl»ttjro. . . v-. Av sHgHt ;drttf£ oft l-.^ad that 3-w. fifdnp'/ ''-i0??, VlowTj*' ttlia pefrhaps apoUi t ^Itogethor Whetr roasting-# turkey, stuff the brcnifc with pared swoot pitoties,*" they get a fine flavor from tho juice. Try soraping off iJiat burned sido of your cako with a very coarse grater. Much superior to tho knifo. Boforo frying Hvor, try dipping tho slices in hot water; the flavor is im proved and much moro dolioato. Whon washing flannels, l>o sure that tho soap is thoroughly dissolved, or it will stick, and the fli.nnols l>o patchy when dry. When you carry...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER II. PHILIP ASHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY I ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER II. Pmiill' ASHTON. Of all tho many uifcoritti that alt'lici mankind, surely OQO of tho ^rentest l* tho possesion of briJtiwiX powers with scouty, perhaps m? moans to wiltivah4 them. Such people crave alter the .unattainable, their $.truggU> is hard, they aro dissatisfied! with their hit, ami feci unhappy. Philip Ashton was n man of this! description; ho was h.v ; trado a carpenter, n. man of toil, a man of tho people, ouo of many thousands with vaguo possibilities of hidden power, but- who Tecogniao tho futility of whA Iton; ho could only realiso in a duM sad way that knowledge and freedom must pass him by. aud submission bo gn im.nl oy physical toil. Labor is indeed an excellent opiate. Cbntico and soeieiv had denied him that knowledge fcr which l\o huugercd with u. sort of dim despair, and yet how ignorant we all aro-tho supposed wisest of u*? Life seems at times like a game of blind msn's buff, and a number of moro o...

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

POULTRY NOTES. It is surprising1 more poultry-keepers do not keep a well-filled dust bath, which is the best of all euros against insect troubles. It in little trouble* or <jxpen.se. Dry earth or road duet, to a depth of 9in. to 12in., in a dcop box, kept in a dry, sheltered position, is all that is required. A littlo pow dered sulphur should bo added occas sionally, whilst carbolio powder is very useful in bad cases. Some hens are so infested with insect life, through neglect of the dust) bath, that it is sometimes necessary to dip them bodily in a bath made of a docootion of quasBa chips and tobacco water, aftorwards placing in a warm ooop to dry. Suob insect troubles are generally confined to fowls which cannot havo their liberty and nro kept in too oloso (juartora. as poultry running on fields will find their dust uath under hedges and nt-hor places. Prevention is hottor than cure, and whether young or old, fowls kept in confinement must have a dust bath, or parasites...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

Cooke Brothers, MACORN A. Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, " Beenie " horse and cattle rugs. Send for cata logues. Blacfestone New Way Oil Kngines. (ALSTONS' WINDMILLS. Apply, Cooke Bros., Marcorna, for prices and catalogues. PIGS.-Get the full value of your pigs by selling in the open market where you meet competition. Pigs received at Marcorna for Ballarat market, on the following dates: January 19th., February 2nd. and 16th- March 2nd., 16th. 30th COOKK BROS-, Agents, Marcorna. Cohuna Store and Butter Factory. SUMMER SALE. Commencing Tuesday, January 20th., for 10 DAYS ONLY. J. MACKENZIE KING Begs to inform the Public of Cohuna and District that he is disposing of his surplus SUMMER STOCK at Greatly Reduced Prices. Call and Inspect Our Bargain Counter Crowded with LADIES' BLOUSES, COSTUMES and UNDERCLOTHING, at Prices that will commend themselves to one and all. Don't miss seeing the Bargains in Dress Stuffs-Printed Voiles, Crepes, Poplins, Prints, Muslins Delains, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

Professional. A Cakd. ' Dr. Nankivell, Has removed to his new residence in. Channel-street, Cohuna, *. And in future may bVconsult't't /' there.' I? ?' -r j Gunhowkk visited on Sale Days. .. - iZ,: f M.a'.c.u. l).d'.s., *'.\t r;ni^-.} '' '? U.S.A. SURGEON \* DENTIST. Formerly of Collins-street, Melb. jTjKSIKES to intimate that he has purchased the practice of Mr A. R. Wellman, of Kerang, and may be consulted for all classes.of Dental Work, nt Mr Wellmau's late premises, Wellington-street, (opposite Exchange Hotel) Kerang. Crown & Bridge Work a Specialty Visits Cohuna every Alternate Week. Jas Richards, LL.JB Barristor and Solicitor, Victoria. Solicitor, Proctor and Attorney, New South Wales. . Victoria-street, Kerang, next Com mercial, Hotel, 'Phone 61. and at Swan Hill, 'Phone 18. Visits Cohuna monthly on Sale Days and on Court Days when re quired. Koondrook and Barham fortnighly, on Tuesdays - Court Days. Trust moneys to Lend. Willan, Colics, and Willan, ' M;sl:,liiisll..i...

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CRICKET. MACORNA ASSOCIATION V. COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

CRICKET. MACORNA ASSOCIATION COIIUNA. , This match came off in moder ately good weather on the Coliuna ground last Saturday., Macorna brought"some excellent batsmen In" Messrs Moorhead, who put up 38, Gregory," who made 37, Keith 35, and Malcolm 20 runs. For Coh una Splatt made 37, Menck 20, and Calder 17 runs. The most success ful bowler was K. Frantz, who got 4 wickets for Cohuna for 24 runs, and Dryden, and who got 3 wickets for 26 runs. The win was a de cided one for Macorna, who scored a total of 158 to 99 runs. A dinner was tendered by the Cohuna club in the evening, when Capt. J. McFarland and Mr Secre tary Mcnck officially welcomed the visitors. They congratulated them on their win, and expressed the hope that a deciding match (each team having now won a match)* would soon be played. Mr Mc Knight, jnr., on behalf of the Macorna captain, suitably res ponded, remarking that the Macorna men had greatly enjoyed the game, and that they looked for ward to another match in the near...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 February 1914

Snackell, White and Co. (Established 1864.) tfflOCK and LAND AGENTS. ; . 2KCIIUCA, GUNBOWER, BAR HAM AND KYABRAM. Ochaca Sale-Every Saturday. Gnnbower Sale-First Mon day in month. frost moneys to lend at lowest C.Ucs. luirms for sale or to let in <louIburti Valley, Echuca and Hiuiiai districts. Store Sheep and Cattle ways for Sale. Particulars «a application to Shackell, White and Co., Auctioneers, Kchuca. William Wallace and Co. Auctioneers and Special Land Salesmen, KERANG. Srilcs conducted Kkranc.-Sheep and Cattle, al ternate Fridays; Pigs and sundries Fridays. I^vki: CrtARJt-First Wednesday in the month. CvNi'Ou ur-Third Monday in the month. Cou'uN.\-Last Tuesday in the month. AndrewS. Muir & Co. ' (Andrew S. Muir) STOCK & STATION AGENTS Haul Office KERANG traachw Cohunn, Lako Bot> j nnd Swan Hill Kerang Sheep and cattle sales every second Friday. Pig sales every alternate Friday. Cofcnna Stock Sale. Last Tues day in every month, l^md and Clearing S...

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