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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

NEWS SUMMARY I ho liny Yt'nUer Charles Mills, ;iged jO year*. \«iru «;is reported as miWng troni Llo.delherg since December 2S. has been traced i«i Dimhoola, where i.c ob;a;evu a petition on a farm. .Snc.;k:u«; <»;; the- Federal political Mtuulion, .Mr. Cock ho (I'ritno Min ister) said that <( was >ui impossible p<>:tin:i, Jur. k,>l5 session tho pn-re. d:ngs were a "battle of wil's." In order to complete tho equipment at> the Rallnrat municipal abattoir, '..Iiit-a h-f.. about ClVj.OOO, tho City Council proposes providing cool storage and a plant for dealing with by-pr,>duoiS. A van attache.! to tlr» Adelaide ex press '".an hot" on Friday night, and O.uimhI somo delay to the train at Hal la rat. _ The van contained a large quantity of mail matter and butter, ju:d this had to bo transferred to an other van. Tho directors of tho Chillagoo Com pany (Q.)» have practically decided upon discontinuing thn purchase of lead ore. and also shuttin...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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JOHNNY TAKES A NEW INTEREST IN SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

JOHNNY TAKES A NEW INTER EST IN SCHOOL. You know it \va* the hardot 'tiud of work to keep Johnny in s-ehool last aprin^. Ho was in tho seventh grade und, IiUo Tommy Smith, Churiio JJrown and tJui rest oi the gang, ho hud learned all that ho needed to know, and didn't propo«,o to waste hi» time with grammar, arithmetic and .such. Ono day ho played iio->i;y. What do you i-uppohe caused it? Ho followed <111 old turkey ben to tho thiekot down by tho stackyard, whore she had hidden away her nest. Tho last weeks of school it wps pi'n iihmont for that lad to go. * On Satur day ho wa* tho happiest youngster "*ou evyr saw. Tho last day was the ..ap »k>t duy of tho school year, simyly hiTuuso it Was tho last. During tho summer wo read in the paper of an order seat out hy Ire county superintendent, to the effect that agriculture should be taught in all tlio sehooU tho ensuing year. fcrl.ool opened with ii new teacher, one genu inely in torched in boys, one that i'j.en* (|U>...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Orange Blossoms. WOOD—HAWKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

Orange Blossoms. WOOD-HAWKKN. Fuller account* are to hand with respect to the wedding, which was briefly notified is these columns last week, between Mr. Alfred Ernest Wood, son of Mr. Henry Wood, formerly of Kow Swamp, mid now of Parkes, N.S.W., and Miss Olive hawken, of "Weir dale," Mincha East. The happy event was a highly popular one throughout the wide district where the bride and bridegroom were known, and the ceremony, which tool: place at the Pyramid Anglican Church, drew a very representative attendance. The bride, who was given away by her Father Thomas , wore a taffeta silk with lace overdress, and pearl and lace trimming. A wreath and veil and a sparkling amythyst necklet given by the bridegroom, gave completion to her appeurance. The Misses Beatrice and Dorothy Hawken attended as bridesmaids. They were dressed in ivory silk, with lace and pearl trimming, set off with large picture hats, trimmed with lace and mauve ribbon, mid streamers relieved by pink roses; and wore g...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE TRAVELLING CUSHION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

THE TRAVELLING CUSHION. A travelling cushion should form pari of tho luggngo of everyone . dc ! siring oomfort during u railway jour ney, and a cushion that can also bo UKod to curry various odds and ends should provo invaluablu. A dark cloth covering should bo mndn for an ordinary down cuwliion. On ouo hido of this covering two poc kets can bo plnoed. Tho lower pocket, wliicli should bo cut in tho material itself, should so right across tho cushion, about half way down, and should oxtend itaelf to tho bottom edge; this pocket will ba found most useful for holding news papers and magazines, ,< Tho other pocket, to? bo mado with a flap, should bo stitchod on about .tho centro of tho hppor portion of tbo Kawo b'.do. For oaao in carrying it is advisable to add a small cloth handle at tho top of 'tho ciifthinn. Thoie cushion* aro particularly fascinating carried out in soft suodo or leather, with eot fringed ttitninitiflp.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MARHYING IN HASTE. DOES IT MEAN REPENTING AT LEISURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

MARHYING IN HASTE. 1)0ICS IT MKAN KM'-liNTiNG LHISUIIB. Tlio proverb "marry in haste, repent at leisure," would bo moro satisfnotory ii someone would bo kind enough w explain tho exact hum mug ot tho word "haste." No doubt tho average sen sible* snail, crossing a country road, imagines itself to bo progressing At a brenKneck paoo an<t brilliantly dodg ing tho motor traliio. It would bo surprised and hurt if it were to learn that wo regard it as a .symbol of ox tremo slowness. And thero are human bomgK whoso menial processes rosemblo tho physioal advance of tho snail. Thoy aro iliink mg as .t'ast as thoy can. In iheir own opinion thoy aro making up thnr minds with adrmralilo voloowy. Hut to tho onlookers thoir calm leisurolinosh .s maddening, "How stow ho is to propose!" ox olsiim all tho friends of tho girl whoso suitor hns taken a year to oorao to th point. Novortholoss, tho good fellow may bo rushing to his doom with wh;u seems to him tho spood and inevitable ness of an...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

R. J. Aitcheson, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR. "Estimates given for all classes of works. Commonwealth JSanh ofHnstualia HEAD OPFIOE SYDNEY TO. Bulk ia open (or >11 elnm of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS »c EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Attn at Sydney, Canlxrra, Ad*iaW«, Perth, tiohart, (iri*tiine, itncbhampton. TownavUie, awd tanttat. Cable remittance* »nade to, and draft* drawn en foreign'place* direct. Foreign negotiat-ed a«d collected. letter* of credit i^ned tn any jMrt of the world. I?'"- * ' ' ; 'collection. Hanking and K.v«*hbiige Uiiinnen of vverv dewriprlon A.-' wealth, United Kliitfdnm and abroad Onrrenc account's opened. Advance* uwl* afainat approved rieeijrJries. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorlan Oantral Offfe* I 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the* above cilieaand 3,000 Agoneioa at I'oit Ortloea throughout the Oommonweallk. Otpofiti from 1/* to £300. Intertat at 3;; por annum. Daposlta or Withdrawal* may be mad* at any Hranrh or Agency within the Con...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. February 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

V.CUUCA STOCK MARKET . v Febriiary zOtli.: Shackell; Whit? & Co. - report. Cattle.-There whs a small: entry, . and competition for fat cattle was keen. '- We sold:-Fat bullocks, Rood, L7 2s'to 1,8; fair, L6 2s to: L6 17s 6d; fat heifers, prime, L6 10s; fat cows, Rood, L5 19s to L6 lis; fair, L5 Is to L5 13s; sprin gers, r<5 Is; milkers, 1,4 1.0s; back ward springers, 1,4; store cows, 1,2 15s. Sheep.- The yardiiiff con sisted entirely of fat sheep, for which there was first-class demand. We sold:-Crossbred wethers, prime, Ll 0s6d; comeback wethers, prime, Ll 0s jd;'merino wethers, prime, 17s 9d to 18s 2d; do Rood, 15s 6d to 16s 3d; crossbred lambs, good, 14s 3d; do fair, 12s 3d; crossbred ewes, lis 2d to 13s 9d; line of comeback and merino wethets, 2-tooth, 14s.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. 19th February, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

»r..N DICIO / rrcs -'.MARKET. ' " 19th February, 1914. I f - Mason Hros. report: Only a very light yarding of pigs came forward for to-day's sale. A good muster of buyers assembled, including a metropolitan representative, who operated extensively throughout the sale on all classes of fat pigs, consequently prices advanced con siderably on current rates. Quota-i tious:-Best baconers, _£+ 2s to ''£$ 8s; medium do, £i 13s to £3 17s; light do, £3 5s tc £3 lis; pprkers, £2 1 Ss to £i; stores, £l to £l 10s; suckers and slips, £\ 5s to £l 15s.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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KERANG STOCK MAKRKT. Friday, 20th February. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

KKRANCr STOCK MAKRKT, "/ Friday, 20th February. I - Andrew'S..-Muir-and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly stock sale: .at their yards on the above date, when they yarded 1033 sheep and 7G cattle. Fat sheep met with {rood competition and sold at prices equal to best late' rates/ other sheep being, a shade easier. There. was a good demand for all classes of cattle, springers and young cattle.being eagerly sought, after. Quotations:-Sheep.-Cross bred ewes, fat, 16s 1 I d;. fat lambs; 14s to = 14s 9d. Cattle.- Reefy cows,, £4- 15s to 18s; . heifers,; good condition,' ^4 ; springers,->fi4 19s to .£5 10s; backward do,- £3 .Is 6d ; 'cows and calves, j£3 2s; store cow*, low condition, £i 9s; young cattle, £'l 17S 6d.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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COMMERCIAL. COHUXA STOCK SALE. Tuesday, 24th Feb. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

COMMERCIAL. 'COHUXA STOCK SAU5. Tuesday, 24th Feb. William,Wallace & Co. report:-r A good yarding of stock came to hand for to-day's sale, when there was a splendid attendance, and com petition for all classes being keen, we succeeded in making a total clearance al prices well up to re cent rates. We yarded and sold 15 pigs, 89 cattle, 214 sheep and 'a few fowls and sundries at the fol lowing quotations:-Fat heifers L5 15s to X6 15s, others, L4 15s to I;5 10s; fat cows, L5 5s to 1,5 15s,t good, X4.15s to.L5;-< others vto L4 10s; store cows; L3 2s 6d to L3 15s; 2-yr-old steers L3 5s to 1,3 14s; 14 dairy cows to L7, averaging L5 10s: yearlings,'30s'to 33s 6(1; poddies 16s fid to 24s Cd; other small, 5s to 12s 6d; hulls LI 15s to L3 5s; merino wethers, small, ? 12s 9d, lambs 7s; good store pigs 30s to 45s 6d; suckers, 26s to 32s, small do. 17s to 23s Gil; fowls, 3s 6d per pair.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SIX CURES FOR SHYNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

SIX CURES FOR SHYNESS 1. Komember that other people are pretty nearly sure to be just as shy of yon as you are of them, oven if they don't show it at all. Try to put thorn at their oase, and by th-.- time you haw done so you will lv mnte at ease v<»t:v self. 2. (Jet firmly int<i your mind the fact that fchcr*1 is no disgrace at all in .hping bhy, and that ymi needn't be u bit shy of admitting thnt you are shy. T»l«ny of tho grentc.«t men and women tli.- vvorld 1u«s over known have boon ivoubhxl in the same wav all through their lives. 3. TVn'f plnn beforehand what you are going to say or do, for this will only help you to be nervous and wor ried. Fill your mind w'th something else till the creat.-r moment oomos and then or net f,uit.« naturally. .J. Homctnber that tio one is think ing bnJf n.s miirh about vou as you arc about yourself. Therefore dozens or little trifles-an unfortunate word or an jwkward movement or anything-of Mint- k'nd-will slip past other pe...

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THE USE OF S[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

The efficiency fn a. ri<lor way easily' ! bo determined by tb.? aiunnor and fre quency with which he uses his spurs. 'Ihc "Livo Stock Journal" commenting on this faot, romarks:-At tho begin ning of tho hunting season a coutro ceisy always arisen as to tho use- of f.purs, especially in connection with shifty hunters that are apt to refuse when thoy arc wanted to jump, thus gioatly annoying tho rider; and, whilst not necessarily recognising tho Contin ental' critics as profound judges of hunting, it is interesting to note what thoy have to say on this subject. They profess to disliko spurs as means of coercion or punishment. In school riding tlioy aro used notably as a method of indication to supplement "hands." Sharp rowels* aro properly condemned, and it in pointed out that only skil ful horsemen should use spurs at all. Th'i famous steeplechase jockey, Ar thur Nightingall has won threo grand Nationals, and his spurs wero "dum mies," That example i^ assuredly to Im cornmc...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

. K I-RANG. The butter factory managers of 'the Cohuna and Kerann districts held another couferencc at the Keratifc Butter Factory on Wed nesday. All the factories of the Kerang Shire with one exception-r that of Koottdrqok-were repre sented. The object of these con ferences, there have been two, has been to form RII Association tp confer periodically on matters qf mutual interest, and with especial reference to the problem'of inferior .V <1 cream. On Wednesday the as sociation was duly constituted by formal resolution, Mr Grsiy, the manager of the K prang Factory being elccled. president, and Mr Geo. Mare, of the Colnina Co operative Factory, secretary. Various matters were subsequently discussed, the precise nature of which has not been disclosed. Mr II. 11. Hooper, dairy inspector to the Shire, who was present., in an interview afterwards with a repre sentative of the Cohuua "Farmers' Weekly," said he was much pleased with the result of the con ference, and with the he...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE HOG. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

THE HOG. Of alt domestic) bratca tho hue for swinishness is worst; in nil tho bestial catalogue he's easily tho first. For oth ers lie has uo regard, I ins no concern at nil; the weaker pips ho pushes hard, and sends them to tho wall. He g^ts iiis legs insido tho trough nnd sips tho sparkling slop, and t'other hogs must root him off if they would got a drop. . <t >wio!i ho'a riding in a onr, two seats ho'U ocoupy, ami smoke n bhu:k nnd rank oigar, while women jjasp and cry. In mud holes ho's inclined to doze, when there's no grub about; a ring is fastened in his noso, so ho oan't tunnel out. And when lie drives abroad by, day, in auto car or sieh, all folks, to givo him right of way, mu.it drive into tho ditch. Oh, whether ho is in a pen, with garbage heaps to chew, or in the busy haunts of men, the hog's a hog all through 1 You see him fight ing tor tho slop amid the barnvard ^loom ; you sco him in tho barber simp, in public reading-room; you find him in the *ynago^ue...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (i"'ruin uui Special Currt'spimueti. The good1 opinion Australians him of themselves-ouo 01 inu enuiacconat iw that ^M-ni to strike ev ry yiMtor-i not likely to bo enhanced by tho si low ing made by the Defence I'orces wnen under tl)<f rritieal eyes of ^mt distin guished soldier, Sir ian Hamilton. Tho uwi'ul muddle of the ceremonial parade at Royal Park is mortifying not only to those directly eoncer'ncd, but to tho whole community. Most people who try to avoid hasty judgements havo . been slow to condemn somo phases of the Defence scheme which are, to say tho least, disquieting. The disposition .is to give the thing time to "find ifc j self"-to Ret into woi^kinr* :dor, in tho hopo that ec^r.u or tTie oruditief would d«#ipo&r But there Are. somo features .^bout the tf*Drk ing out ok" the fifg undertaking entered upon so light-heartodly tiliat. compol serious consideration. Thoro is the immense iost which threatens to in creaso to an extent that wi...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

OUNKOWKR. The C.unbower annual Hospital Sunday is fixed to take place March 22nd. Preparations are- be ing made tor a .thorouuly attractive programmeand among the .special features will be the playing of the -Rcluica Federal-. Hand. Arrange- ? mc:>.ts are also being -made for a procession. . '. The special . horse trot -between T. North's Kaii" llov; and D. Ke'r .vid?» Kitty came off on , the local racq course; on Wednesday ,' after noon and provedto very exciting: There were a lot. of people . about, almost as , many"/ ast were . at the races. The stakes .w-ere 1,620 .iside; but this was probably but a fraction of the actual amount the horses carricd. The betting- too was pretty even, for l'air Boy and Kitty are regarded as by far the best trotters i:t the district. On the whole, Fair Hoy was the favor itc,,. His powers had beentriumph;. aritly ; proven on inany a well-ruii rield. I!tit Kitty's history is not well known; and the mare seems to have been kept b.ick by too severe h...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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AMONG THE KINGFISH. SPORT FOR STRONG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

AMONG THE KlflGFISH. ST'OHT FOIl STHONO MEN. . ! . A sport t hat- is becoming very popu lar amongst. Xoiv Zealand fishermen aud tlmso from abroad i* tho pursuit of tho kmgfish, -.vhieh abounds iu ,summer in several part* of tho Auckland wast, but which is particularly plentiful in thy Hay of Island*. 'L'hu kiugfit-b is Iro- . quontly caught near Auckland, but tho waters around Capo Brett hud the Bay of Islands appvar to bo u particularly favorite haunt of the fi&h, nnd\tho ox 'N'litMit shelter for launches that is avail ably tlu rc in case of emurgouey largely .iv-isis iu making this part of tho coast an ideal fishing ground. "Uod fishing/' j»ay* Mr. D'Arcy (a ioc*-nt visitor), "is usually roforred to as the 'gentle art,' but as applied to kingiishing it is quite a misnomer, for I found it to be about tho most strenu ous physical ex^roiso that I havo un dertaken for ruany years. It would require considerable endurance to fol- | tow it up continuously, but for about tiro or t...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. ; How farmers in tlib Yndnnrio (S. A.) district niay supplement their meomw is indicated by Air,B. B. Oosloy, who writes:-While thero arc acres" on which it is impossible to succeed, howi over hard tha farmer works, there .a ro .stretches of-.country .which - will ado quatelv repay money and energy ex pended on thorn.' Frequently, thoro is an excellent asset in growing timber which can be carted during winter months. Stumps can bo disposed of at from 5/ to 9/6 per ton ; top mallco, of good class,, tip to 30/; green black*, oak poles, from 1.8/ up to 27/; dry pino at from 8/. to 11/, per ion; good green pino posts' at from 0/ to 20/ per ton and hrowocxl from 5/G to 10/ pin* ton. The weeds on soino of tho paddocks 'will carry sheep and roiiirn wool equal in valuo to lrom 0/ to 8/ 'per acre., Carotul management, is ossentisU. Dup. attention to shoopskina, wool at shear-', ing.tiiuu, hay,, and such matters will be amply repaid.

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MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

XlKAD. The puMic meeting held . at the Mead- Merhanics'.. Institute- last Monday night to consider , th# ad visability of forming-a'.district Closer Settlers' Association drew a gathering of about thirty, interested people.' ..-Mr. D. . \V. I'aterson was voted to the chair,- and Mr. W/ M'lmloe officiated as secretary; pro tem. The Chairman, in opening the proceed in its,- emphasised : the circumstances which made it highly desirable that such an. association should be formed, in view of the many local matters connected with settlement and irrigation that called for, collective deliberate wisdom matters affecting the settlers as a whole. It was eventually moved, by Mr. K. D. M'Iudoe,*sccoiided by Mr. J. Hz Xicholl, that a Settlers' As sociation be formed. The motion was carried by 17 votes' to 6. A section of the meeting took a pessimistic view- of the future of the association, owing to the differ ences of opinion that divided them in other matters. : The Chairman, iu an earnest app...

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INDIGESTION IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

INDIGESTION IN PIGS. .Many of the ailments amoii^ pigs, eypooially . thu-so that are being forced in their feeding, aro brought ab;>ut in tho iir.tl place bj indigestion, ot't.-u tho result of too much grain or corn meal in tho diet, rendering it too heating und heavy. When nil LUoir food, pifcs OQIIIQ to <i standstill as regards tho process of fattening, because what little they eatJ docs them no good. Tho food that fulfills tho end desired is that which is properly and thoroughly assimilated, and nothing elso counts. When a falling oft' in the appetito is uoticed stops should ho taken at onco to sot matters right. Of course, tho . best plan is to try ami prevent fchis siolcne.ss of tho system occurring, but this cannot always ho managed. Care fulness au<# attention will, however, do much in-warding it off. Pigs half way on in tho fattening stago or a little ' later aro mostly tho sulFere'rs. Porkers, too, when they aro very young, and are being pushed oti,...

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