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GARDEN WORK [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

GARDEN WORK I,i!irs jirj amongst tho most hrnutl fill ami ornnmcntfil of cultivated mii hnus plants, Thoir lar^o hhowy ;unl richly colnrort llowors, which aro in ninny varieties highly ptTiunu:<l aro prnduml on orocl stems, nivins tho plants a stately^ appcarancc, and mi ilorinj.^ them aito^uthor indispon.suuio subjects J'or tho cmbolli*htm'ut of 4.li" a.trdori. Muny c;:" th«« .;,v. :'£?iJa"dv km-ls M.t? ? ? "????[ : in' V<-'.' el UtV '. thv;. I'Ui'is iv.i'v, . /V:* j Vj." c remain for years without blii.'jg lukon j up or disturbed, "When planted hero and thero in clumps along near tin? | edges of partially shaded walks and drives they present a most pleasing ef fect when in full bloom. Lilies are best adapted for planting in. the mix ed border, arranging taern according to tho height of the tJ'.ir^ront varieties. Tho commoner and most plentiful spe cies that have boon established here for many y ars give ampb evidence or tho suitability of our climato for lilv...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

Tin; Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 2, 1914. Methodist-Yielding to solicita tions on the part of members, the Rev. Iigun Lee has decided to hold services at the Cohuna Methodist church on Sunday mcrnmgs as well as evenings connneuciii# from next Sunday. A serious Charge-Herbert Oib hius, a Column drover, is expected to appear Ijefore the Cohmia Police Court next Tuesday criminally charged by Constable Samblebe with the alleged forgery of a sale note of the value of /. 1in re lation to the alleged sale of three bullocks. The hearing will take place in the new Court House. Christmas Carols-A party or ganized by the " Kookaburras," Kept up tue time honored custom ot carol singing on Xmas Kve, and met with a liberal response to their appeals to chanty, 'I ney were en tertained 10 supper by Mrs Samuel Maxwell. Tliey inane a rather late start, and were, therefore, ltiiaole to give the whole of the township] the lienelit of their attention, tuu, with a small amount collected last ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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LEARN TO BE SILENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

LEARN TO BE SILENT. Tho tirfc of living succossfullly with others, like most othor arts, depends chiefly on the art of omission. By restricting our words uud actions, or ict us -say words, for notion* are ot comparatively little importance, tho chief offences would bo avoided. The first thing needful is to loam to he quiet. It is the foundation for self-comnuind of all kinds. The first utep to sneaking well is to know how to keep silent. In this way it comes at last to tho Ego itsolf, and not tho body or the temperament whioh con duets our share of the conversation. To say tho right thing at tho right moment, to tho right person, iB por-; fection, yet on the lower and more ac tesy of whioh popularity is the acknow ledgment.

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SATAN'S KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

SATAN'S KINGDOM. Stands Scotland where it did'? It would seem , not if a statement in a rcccnt issuo 6? the "United Free Church is truo, or iJpything nenr tho truth. Mr £1. M. Burnet., a layman, of Kirk caldy, is reprinted as saving: J'10 population (of. tho district about Kirk caldy) is seriously outgrowing oliurch organisation ) The kingdom of is growing by leaps and bounds. 1 bo deities thero . aro whippet, football, drink, nnd tHo devil. A largo pro portion of tl>0 population are as com pletely heathen as the savages ot dar kest Africa.,1. A great many liavo no regard for t>od and man. riiat is duo. very largely, to the vagrant pop ulation, half! Irish and hall Scotch, which is ahdJufc tho worst coiribinatiou in the worlS. Other authorities, it should, howivor bo stated, tako a less serious view.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrosino.") Tho most becoming way olr wearing , . tho itnir for iittio clnldron J'rom livo lo ten years ot ugi«, is to louvo it hangmg- 011 tlio shoulders, nud only lustouod by u voivnt oliiMtio, or a rib bon nmtulimg tlio dress, wuicu .sur rounds tho Jiond ami finishes at one: hido in i\ I'uselto or a Knot. Sume tiuics tho hair i.s divided by a parting cajiur in tlio tniddlo ur on <mo sido o! tlio nemo, and is kept back by a mdo rtbbou. j'iuin ten to liitcuii, the most popular coilluro is iho "eaiugaii,'' which oonsistu of a plait turned 'i| tvvico and la?»tuned on tho napi; j: nr. neck by two largo nbbun bow*. i-u tnngo on tlio loionead is worn ;i r.v.. u doaJ, and makes u pio.ty iraniu ft.r a j ?^rLjh: '-' youtlilul faoo. I .v-rafineiuefif >«» isntor«l toiiw la Jf;)". ris showrooms just how taut ouramend* tlieni to tlio smart lnonda.ue. xuu niudols aro of groat lmoiest, especially whoii it is remembered that theso are never slavishly copied, ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WORKING CLAY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

WORKING CLAY LAND. There ift n cnnsidorablo nroa of heavy | oiiiy land in the torruces bordering the , ailuvial lints and in rolling country, j which grows nioru than average crops I when properly managed., but requires experienced handling. When plouglieU tJio least bit too wet they paclcj and tho bad eJFcct is not got Jid of lor .several years. They gut into a very retentive state, and lie cold and un- | responsive for a considerable part of ' t!.vi year. They generally lack hu- 1 niiis or vegetable matter, and aro ; .. !;'jfet'oro dillicult to get into good jOiyjsieal condition, and are only mmn ' .t ned in that condition by\ mW-fn' atrn-'at. ' It is gonn.wV- .*..<!. I ilu't it . lie u.-!" . un'I Uiiitr Li.im-iii.' . ij«tj boon ^r<r, ..f\ ..;, is not tho ctu^- -Vila draJmifr pensive, and (ho outlay is not repaid in ono year or in two. Oram cropl and root crop^j oro, however, unprov ed to tho extutit of 20 per cent, to SO per oout. by -close tile-araining, wl...

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DID HE JUMP? [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

Did HE JUMP? Mr. BurapVia, m his "London Chur ches," tcJk aUale of Sir Henry Smart us organist afct St Luke's, Old Street. Ono of tho churchwardens caroo up into tho organ\ioft and begged to in form Mr, Smart that they had do cidcd that could not havo such jiggy, stuff played la their church. 'very we*»,"aifv ^ca tho answer, ,4>t shall bo altered. ^ Next Sunday dirge-like sounds prodded from^ tho organ, and tho wardorrvforthwifch'con gratulated tho player oA th© solemn and elevating effect of thcS^music. "I am glad you liked it/'^aoswered Smart; "doubtless if I play i|J a little quiojeer you will BOO tho reusoi*. why it affected you,n and suiting tho\actiflu to tho word, ho forthwith peale^ out the ftkeu popular strains of . Jim Crow," After this, says »K. Bumpus, Smart played what be lilted. What made the cool acuttlo ?-'${ mw ft lemon-drop. . \

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THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

THE GOLDEN AGE. At twenty Jim set out to find Ajob, this sort lie had in inind; Hl' was ambitious-boys fhnnld be And thought, I'll sooner climb u tree By starting neap the top-which truth Should bo impressed upon oar youth. Bui sad it is to state, the mrn Who'd jobs to giro said, "Call again When you aro older , and we'll sec You need experience, dignity." At thirty Jitn was trying still To find a job which ho could fill, But now no longer timo did waite In seeking oao to suit his taste; Ho atill preferred tbo top, but said: "I'll tako the foot, if not' tbo head." "Aheinl" the an*wer came, "you are Too old to start, too old by far, Aikd yet too young, to bosB the show Come back within a year or so." At forty Jim had not yet made Tbo landing he'd BO loug ea&aycd./ ' Tiio years baa thinned his raven hair 'To call him bald 'twere scarceiy fair), Bat brought him wisdom, »o that ht Cried, "1*11 tako anything, you seei" Again they sharply looked him o'er,. And shook their heads: "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

Cohuna Store and Butter Factory. J. MACKENZIE KING to Announce to the Public of Cohuna and District that he is opening up every week the Newest and Choicest assortment of DRAPERY that Melbourne can produce The whole of the bargains itre too numerous to mention, but the following are a few of the SPECIAL LINES. Mcna' Slimmer Suits, in Men's Mercerised Cotton Men's Kelt, Vatiamas, and Tweed and Tussore. Shirts Uoaters in meat variety Men's Sicilian Sac Coats Men's Silk Shirts . Men's Colored Fashion Men's Cveani Cricketing V Shirts, newest patterns Trousers. fi Men's Suits to Order a Speciality. | 500 patterns to choosc from ! also A few REAL BARGAINS for the LADIES, in SII.K-T.LOUSKS, COSTUMKS. NKCKWKAR, UXDKRC LOTH IXG. etc.. etc. No Store lias liad more attention devoted to its XMAS STOCKS than ours. Each Department plows with the Xmas spirit, and Good Cheer and Good Bargains go hand in hand. Our buyers have succeeded beyond e:cpe: tations in fraupin^ the public requirements, and t...

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IT WAS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

IT WAS. "Once a friend of mine and I iigry°" that it would be helpful for p»nb' of 01 l to tell the other his f»ulU. , ' / "How did it workP" , ; ._/ " "W« Uml wiim far lift mn.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") In a rocent country stecploohoso tlio | weight adjuster thought it necea' i.y j to .start his work at something liko iiat, 121b. Surely this is "tho limit' . in ;'Iiattering" handicaps. It is re ducing tho tning to a foroo. Probabiy. tho imndicapper with only very muder ato material to class, was atraid ho would scare some of his field away if . lio did not act leniently all round, and jK-rhaps lio achieved his object in get- : ting inoht of the. horses nominated, to . too tho mark. But it is to bo hoped .' that tho example will not be followed. . Surely no jumping handicap, no.mat ter how moderate the field, should bt>£ gin at less, than 11 stone. A top weighs ;, candidate not entitled to that mucu, miwc bo a very poor specimen of hurd-. ler or Vhaser as tho case may be.' ^ ' will be learned with regret that' ?AYolnwa- is again , showing som^ signs'of !.. 'rc-wivi.kiK-Ki' .(.anu s Sc&kio Ima. ' i'nr ulfr?, Ijie tiino, had troubJo .\y.iv.h ...

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DRESSING HARNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

DRESSING HARNESS. FOP restoring harness or other lea ther that has bocomo hard nnd stitf, kcrosono emulsion 1ms bwn found val uable. It is made as follow*:-Take ono bar of good strong washing soap, dissolve in a quart of water and bring to boiling. To this add ono pint ol keroseno oil, nnd atir, boat,, and churn tho whole until it combines into a creamy emulsion, Havo a tub of warm water, into which pour the emulsion, and in this place tho hnrncs.s and let it soak for some time, and they will com« clean very easily. Lot it'dry u little, until it scoma dry on tho oUtsulo, and then apply tho harness oil, either neatsfoot, nsh oil, or ono of tho pre pared oils like the Eurelcn. In fixing leather earringo tops it is nrcc.vary tu wash over several times with tho em ulsion to get it damp enough to oil; then apply the od n* in tho harness. Old straps which havo become m brit tle as to crack seriously when b nt are restored to thoir original (witness and pliability by the treatmont, If a no...

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A SETTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

A SETTLER. A good story is related of a certain Parliamentary * enndidftto known as a clover speaker and very effective in dealing; with n hostile nudionoo. On one occasion, whon ''o had to address a meeting in , his co, v*ueuR$y H jio sooner risen and . .u "Gontlomen," , when someone threw on egg at him. Quito unperturbed, ho turned to the offender nnd said-*.! was not speaking to yon ,6ir!" After that he hold his awfienco.

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FATHER AND SON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

FATHER AND SON. "Thn son hain't the father's hrain*. Tin* old man conld run a ihoeatrwg ioto a tannery »ot time." "And tho «onP" , "About all h» can do wto ran autowW* i»to . pete."

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER | (From our Spooial Correspondent.)' Tbo call of tho beaohcs has become insistent. Thcro aro few who can resist it at this season. Tho conso quuuco is that accommodation of alJ kinds is ut a premium, and tho dis comforts that aro inseparable from the response to tho oall whon, as witli the majority of us, it cannot bo made do luxe-a motor for the journey and n well-appointed bungalow at it3 end detract considerably from tho enjoy ment. Every year sees tbo shorts oi Port- Phillip moro thickly dotted with camp .structures. In some of them the .pleasing effects that aro so easily ami inexpensively obtained in cons tructing buildings of the kind, are maifest, but tho majority arc just . tho weatherboard and gal vanised iron structures, which arc so utterly at variance with the ri-nrtif.-'nents of Australian climate, ka '.vlii.eH.ruake up so InrftiV ;i p':irt; oi | i;U. of clAX-HiTi^ ;il;!co . V "V 4 ;<? v-.' ryu:v* _ yy. '. il'.oi:-. . v'y iio o^par. iK.. ?.'...

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A CAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

A CAT STORY. \ ( Tom was tho ninth son of oid own marvellously prolific begetter of , tab bies nntl Toms iunumorablo \Vo had gjfted him* when quit© a wc<j toi, to our mstor-in-law, out uboot 5 tir 6 miles from Dundee. By-and-by, when ho had heoomo a fine, strapping young hunter, a brother of my wif^s look a fancy to him and got him on loan for a voyage to tho Arctic regions (oc cupying sovoral months out and bnck). Tom« occupation during tho voyage was to hunt nrico and other lively mem bers of tho crow on board tho whnlor who had novor aigned articles nor did any sort of work, and yet expected to i and did participate in a share of tho \ rittlcs. My brother-in-law himself carried ; Mr Tom (scourel.v packed in a wicker : basket with tho lid strapped down) all I tho nvo or six miles of country roads ] and lanes, thinly peopled, and much ; winding in way through tho busiest and most thronged streets of Dundee to tho docks, got aboard, and dump ed tho cat and basket on tho t...

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AYRCHIRE CATTLE. POINTS AN[?]ARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

AYR^ME CATTLE. POINTS AN'1 C tlARACTERIS ±:cs. Although the Ayrshire is one of the most distinctive or broods, being not ably different in colc», norns, and milk yield from the class j' oattlu com mon all over the sum n"- % country, there J.S wonderfully lii.-.i.- eliable in formation as to its c. ouo 'J'ho breed now k:v»-vn ho Ayr shire went by the 2'..:uo 1 Mie Dun lop catilu at tho o»'.l :u l\ i.'nth cen tury. They seem lu tia '. ii!;cn quite numerous and well l« r a con siderable distance i'.-etn <;e ; arish o: Dunlop, in tUe c'. Running hair., »n North- Ay»mira'.f. T.-ey were later rd'orruti to lb. C u.'unghuin orced, and the naMf A>n.or> was pro bably applied to thvm ear.y it. the 10tn C'.ui.iirv. A very old ivpart "The bivHi.vs fijitfVt in in.A h g, _;i».ejy :»luvpi.d in 'VU«> )ic;i<i i'.s i rieeX;.'. \v»th r,u»r* rj :-.ui* tfi f ii .I'luijV /&uhy u\- ; lisil btfobv, mid ^ H according t<> t qualitie. . , , , , "Uiese sum; ....

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TORTOISES TO RACE HARES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

TORTOISES TO RACE HARES. Tho giant tortoises of tlw Jnrdin des Plantes (says tho I'r.ns <-vm=pon dent of the "Daily Tvlygrap"" had ot late heeu cauMng\vuvi<];< r-. 'to anxiety to their keepers. ;'y«.--d c; peace hillv rumtnatiug aiu:." -' ipnisiug to settle dowu for their/ . . ; {>:r sleep, thoy had become po*h;--:i' in?^.s indulg ing in gjotosf{*u/> °->. .. At first it .was thought then. 1Indian summer had stirred their ?. 'JSiP^h blood, and they were subject** regimen of bromide and other "-quillising drugs JJut tho tortoises so. .; tody livlier in spite of this, and tUei:,-f>cepor was at J his wits* end, when evening at i dusk, he noticed a veneracW old gen tleman very busy with thaVnrolids. i Ho came nearer, nnd found that the old gentleman was feeding tortoises . out of a syringe, which ho inserted in their mouths. Tho keeper grasped I the intruder by tho arm, and asked [ him what he was doing. ««£»eavo I me alone," said tho old g&am...

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FUNLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

FUNLET8. What hoard the licd-tiokP-Th» chtf-"' 7. s, fonier. /; Why did the napkin-ring?-! the chair luug. \ What did the lard pailP - I» [ '<? frightful kero»ene. , :: What made the bad-spriagP-r-It the urabri 11a- tand Why dida'ttluj' papar-^raiWf - !» 1 must always go before H* t»W« 1 . What 1 was it t 'the IIH1 irtMl*P'!'A:.:.'?!,'^ table-leg. - ' ''' Where did lha:»ilk-jar.Srs®,a ? WO. ... Where di<l tlu gas range 1 ' r , 1.' .. .$' Why diAflwio»,W«W..ftfWfr ( - . - T 4. ...Tfr

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INFLUENCE OF WATER ON VEGE TATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 2 January 1914

INFLUENCE OF WATEB ON VEGE TATION. To explain tlho influence of water on vegetation, it is necssary to inquire into its manner of acting upon tho various organs oft plants. It cer. tninly passes into ^iioir substance through the roots. When the rooti of a withered, dry, and shrivelled plant aro placcd in water, it recovers its freshness and vigor, and renews its vegetation. CoJorul liquor peroop tihley penetrates and rises up through tho vessels of tho young and white radical fibres, to which it communicate color. Every tree or plant grows or carrics out "its vegetative functions with more or less vigor in proportion as its roots aro less or more furnished with moisture. This water, absorbed by tho roots, passes up through tho sterns into all parts of tho plant. It partly exudes from the leave#, which return to tho atmosphere; and tho more abundant the production of this transudation, in consequence of the heat and solvent power of tho air, so much the greater is tho absorption of w...

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