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

Personal. M:s. M. I,. Cadusch, and her li-.iijrhtcr, Miss Lottie Cndusch, who have '"-ii spending the past yv ir in fin :'and and on the Conti of En: pe, have just returned to thei: 'mm-itiful villa at Kerang. TSiev c*pccmllv enjoyed their so journ i'i Switzerland, tlieir ancest vul home. ? Wc Iki'.c ..<?> record the deatn of Mrs. liii/a.- :h Chant, the mother cv M-.«. I. ',r.' Douglas, of Cohuna, \vli:.:h too.-: place unexpectedly at tint d;iu<.4'..;:r\s residence yesterday ni'-'vriUMvr.flic deceased lady, who ?was-vcars- of- aRfc. had' been sutiuriiiK for some years from dia imtos, and a fortnight ago came over from Narandera, N.S.W"., on visit to Mr. Douglas. A few days since she became more seriously ill, and passed away as stated." - The" death is regretfully an nounced of u very old pioneer resi dent of the "Benjeroop district in (he; person of Mrs Isabella McDon ald, at the extreme age of S7 years. The deceased was a native of Inver ness. Scotland, an...

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

FARM NOTES. Working horses should bo woll fod. Tho wealth of a nation measured by tho productive power of its farms. . It is a mistake to keep mora sheep than can be fed and watered economic ally. Small fowls, given regularly, are tho best, fs thpro is no wasto and tho foo<l is always sweet, Each horse* in tho team should have a well-fitting collar. Careless fitting will result in sore shoulders. Tho Merino ewo, because of its val uable ficeoo, if? a useful asset on tho farm. Tho largo framed typo will roar a. profitable lamb when mated with tho Shropshire ram. Several Malleo farmers consider that on now malleo country, it pays better in tho case oi) anything leas than a nine-bushel crop to use a stripper in stead of tho harvestor. In haymaking, it is ft common prac tico that sheaves Bltould bo left half a day beforo stookiug, and from 30 to 45 sheaves should bo put into a. stook. It should bo left 12 to 16 days before cart ing. Tho best method of building a stack is to k...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WUKAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. Wheat.-Holder^ boomed inolinod to take i:uJi advantage oi tho position oJ tho.so iu want ot' gram, and mentioned up to 3/U as then* idea of value ot f.a.q. lots. Flour.-For bakers' lots tho official minimum rate is stationary at £8/15/ pur ton, delivered. Outs.-Quotutious from i/U-i to 1/10 for prime milling Algerian, und higher poos puu 3ui{[iiu jvtoods joj soaufly grades. For i'cod sorts up to 1/9. Barley.-Sales effected covered good English, for which 3/ was accepted. Prime milling of tluit variety is quoted at up to 3/0, but of thac quality offer ings are oxtvemely light. Supplies of primo Capo making also are meagre, and prices rango from 'J/3 to 2/4, lowor grades being obtainable at down to 2/. Maize.'-Bu&iness iu this department is bt a standstill. Quotations 3/10 to 3/10J for prim© Hat re/). Bran and Pollard.-Both are in re quest, Bt-eady businesa being transacted at the association minimum\rf^.C£>.per, ton of ...

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GIRLS CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

GIRLS- CHIT CHAT. I Now l}rvK< Details-Not many pea hens back now fa&hions wore marked In- deoUive changes in the cut of a skir; or a blouse, or the length of a coat. To-day's Fashions art? seen in the sash, the sleeves, the colJar and the ehemu-otto, and tho trimming motif. These now changes are delightfully fe minine and give a soft fussiness that is always more becoming to the greater majority of women than the severely plain, untrimmed type of clothes. Picturesque Sashen.-The true harem ' note is reproduced in a single sash end ; hanging straight at tho centre front or 1 at tho side, weighted with a handsome ! adornment or tassel. Satin, chiffon lined, about l-in. in width produce«tho best effect. Then tho tunio s^ish, which is made hy fixing ribbon at- each side > toward .he hack; tjjiy is tucked und*r the waist-band and tied together to hang loosely about iOin. beJow the waistline :»t centre hack of shirt. I'n lo-ss heavy ornaments are us<d tho...

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

Auctioneers. Shackell, White and Co. (KstaMUhed 1864.) STOCK and LAND AGENTS. J5CHUCA, GUN'BOWKR, BAR HAM ani/ KYABRAM. lkhsca Sale-Every Saturday. Gunbower Sale-First Mon day in month. «, Trust moneys to lend at lowest rates. Farms for sale or to let in Coulbiirn Vnllev, Iichuca and jRiverinn districts. Store Slieep and Cattle always for Sale. Particulars en application to Shackell, White and Co., Auctioneers, Echuca. William Wallace and Co. Auctioneers and Special Land Salesmen, KERANG. . Head Oflict-Bull-street. Bendigo. Sales conducted Kkka-SO-Sheep and Cattle, al ternate Fridays; Pigs and sundries alternate Fridays. LAKE CHARM-First Wednesday _.?n th<N?tioi)th. ' i « ; ? Gunuowkr-Third Monday in the month. CoitlNA-Last Tuesday in the month. AndrewS. Muir & Co. (Andrew S. Muir)_ STOCK & STATION AGENTS lle.nl Office KERANG ?ranches Cohuna, Lake Boga and Sivon Hi!! -Kerans Sheep and cattle sales every second Friday. Pig sales every alternate Friday. Cohu...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER IV. THE COLONEL IMP[?]OVES THE OCCASION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

j Terribly I Tempted. SERIAL, STORY ANNABEL. GRAY. CilAl' 1 Ell IV. I'HK UOLUMiL lAU'ltbVES i UK OCUASIOK . Uoloiiel Stammer was one ot those las yinatiug men oi pleasure uliooe iixi-u code consisted in the notion thai when nieu wero bk'5-sfd with fuculties ui t-n joymeut, and l-ute ueuied ih^xu iin> means of gratifying them, ihoy mu>i .wago ft deadly ami uusevuputuut. war against iJJ-iortiine t)li the hug was iait ly conquered. Ho was a ilauour with the experien ces of eighty ctoivdetl mio his forty summers, LU« lived ioi pleasure, in deed, it was tho sole business ol h> lifts, aud was oue of those amiable chil dren of Naturu who will pm\suo wnh ardour anything feminine that conies in their way provided there are lively ob stacles} to bo overcome, and the cha*" docs not necessitate too great jiu outl of time and skill. Educated at one of our best public schools, ho was not there conspicuous for any gr.at po^ca.-.ty. lit was now fond, as lie called it, of tak ing things eas...

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

Professional. A CARD. Dr. Nankivell, Has removed to his new residence in Channel-street, Cohuna, And ill future may lie consulted . tliere. f'.i NHOWKH visited 011 Sa.lv Days. J, W. Christopher, 3I.A.C.D.. JJ.»,.V.. N.W. Univ..' t DENTi^r Formerly of Collins-street, Melii. TV,iSIRKS to intimate that he lias purchased the practice of Mr A. R. Wellman, of Kerani-T. and may lie consulted for all classes «>f Dsntal Work, at Mr Wellniau's late premises, Wellington-street. ? opposite lixclianffe Hotel) Kerair;'. Crown &. liridfte Work a Specially Visits Cohuna every Alternate . Week. Jas Richards, LL.B Barrister and Solicitor, Victoria. ' Solicitor, Proctor and Attorney, New South Wales, ictoria-street, Kerang;, next Com mercial, Hotel, 'Phone 61. and at Swan Hill, 'Phone 18.; Visits Cohuna monthly on Snje Mys and 011 Court Days when ra ,nired. Koondrook and Barhaiji 'ortnifflily, 011 Tuesdays - Court :>nys.' Trust moneys to Lend. ?; Willan, Colles, and Willan, i (I:staWisli...

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

THE NURSERY. Horao-mndo Picture Hooks. - Little children enjoy pictures, especially col ored ones. Hooks for the mounting of pictures are not expensive to hu.v, hut tlii' mother or miit-e with con structive development will soon put to gether pasteboard lids of boxes and strongly glue a piece of calico to the edges to fix them in book form to ad mit of leaves and pictures to bo pasted later. A strip ot brightly patteriud crelomie pasted over tho whole, and two strings neatly seamed to the middle of each hack to tie the hook together, makes strong durable bucks that will hoar a lot of knocking about. Creative PrtKluetions.-Perhaps, af ter all. the rudely mndo hook that each child lias helped to mak" and watched grow gives the greatest -:itisfact?on to the small folk after aH. H is geod to have many hjoks. and keep them dis tinctive as a class. The Animal 11ook may be started with pictures of horses, dogs, gent.*, donkeys, etc., gradually develep'ng into an ani mal Zoo. The Hird Hook ...

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THOSE WHO STAY AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

THOSE WHO STAY AT HOME. Thore aro somo in this world who art) compelled to tony at homo. The great raoo of lifo goes on, and thoy, are left behind; thoy are too weak to ran. . . Thoy hare nothing to do with the toil. of tno brain; their work ia all"with tliu heart. Bat what a work that'is I' The' . toil? of the hand and brain &re nothing to'it; thesis yield a solace to their en ergy, bat the sad heart has only to bear. It 15 harder to bear than to do. I may ho rudely jostled in the race, bat the race itself gives an excitement that makes me forgot my pain. I am there, at least, in the company of my fellow men. Bat, to tarry; at homo, to wait onMnre: under the slindow of God, to have nothitiR to do bat the bon-Jfn . oni» great crow; this is the trial of life thip ie th# trial of Ioto.

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

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Vt'jv large hats are extremely diffi cult to hang up securely. The dilli ciilty can l*» oveuome by stitching a loop of tape to tho head lining of the hat. The loop is easily slipped over any hat peg. when an invalid's r««mi uoods sweep-, .ng, the be*t way is to wipe up tho carpet rapidly, with coarse towels wrung out- of cold water. This dis pose* of tho dirt without annoying tho patient, either by duM or noise, and is the method employed hy trained nur J'oisotii or many descriptions, which have boon intentionally or accidentally .i.'iu may *lmo*t instantly be rend ered harmless by simply drinking halt a pint, of ywool oil. A person with a strong constitution might take more; Instead of buying pounv pockets of table salt, put two pennyworth of Jump salt in a cool oven to dry thor ougfily* then grate and sift it. With every four ounces of *aJt, mix a tea spoonful ot corn Hour, pm* into jars or bottles, ami store lor use. It will never get luinpy. A buttonhole _ worke...

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A LAKE OF SOAP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 27 February 1914

A LAKE OF SOAP. One of Nature's marvels is to bo seen in tho iiorth-tsist corner ot the State of Washington. It is a lake which bears tho name of Soap Luke, and is threo miles in length by one luilo it* breadth, Tho water in tho lake tastes like a mixture of soap and salt, and its peculiar properties arc such that when the water is heateti, no soap is required tor a hath, for its soon as the water conies into contact with tho natural oil of the skiu, it is gently rubbed, it forms a beautiful lather. Tin? only drawback is that when ftp plitsl to the head, one's hair is apt to turn from its natural color to a dusty rod, if not washed with fresh water. In other wi»rd>, it. bleaches, the soda in the water no doubt being tho cause of this. The Soap lake is well-known through out America on account of its wonder ful h".iling propertie.-. Indeed, it id assorted that itwaters provide a euro for all the ills the Hosh is heir to. Rheumatism, skin di>en*«v.-. stomach and blood d»sorder&g...

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BEAUTIFUL WEDDING GOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

BEAUTIFUL WEDDING GOWNS. Feminine readers will bo intercstfd *i descriptions of some btautilul gown> won. by recent London brides, Son viv.un velvet ninon was chosen for ijje wedding drusa worn by the Hon Iv/a. St. Johu. ^ The tu:iU>riul was v<-i'y beautiful and "liulo a novel dian^o in tlto bridal choice. t'uio ercnm laoo formed tin dainty corsage, which hail long, tight Ittco alcoves, finished nt the wrists with a ruffle, quite tho most becoming de sign there could be for framing the hands. A full court, train was MIS ponded from tho shoulders, composed of ftno llrussels not, lined with the pal est pink chitton, and embroidered with pearls, and tho beauty of it was tur ther enhanced by a lively piooe ot old Honiton lace artist icaPv arrang.xl i;pon it-. A tulle veil wa> worn with tho toilette, and a wreath of real orango blossoms and myrile. The bride's going-away t^ress is made of anuuijyst olianneusso. trimmed .villi spider latv ami roses. Another fashionable...

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ACID SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

ACID SOILS. As everv farmer knows tlio presence of nc'.ditv" iu soil is injurious-to vege tation. " Tt gives rise to some well known plant disease*, sueli as "finger ami too'' iu turuips. it prevents the growth of sweet, rieli In rt>age, and tliero arc soaie plants, for instance, lucerne, that, refuse to grow in aci<l soil. What arc tho principal nius.es ot soil acidit-v ? _ 1. The decomposition of organic matter nccompnnuxl by the formation of various orgnnic compounds. 3. The action of soil baoteria act ing upon certain portions of the vege table matter in Hie soil. H The breaking up of mineral fer tilisers. Thus, when sulphate of am monia is decomposed in the soil, there is a formation of free acid in the soil solution, nliicll is injurious uul.-s* counteracted by the presence oi a suf tieient supply of lime in the soil. It is possible that to the acidity so produced in the absence of ndciiuatv lune may be attributed the unsatisfactory result* which have sometimes b...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER V. HER DEAR [?]PHERW. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

TeTribbT""] __| Tempted. A SEHIAli STOR\ BY ANNABEL GRAY. C'UAA'mf V. HEil JJKJLU i» #USt bo COllKi.scU tilill II \\-.K* with siucerest ol uucxpi'c^MAi \wmiv> l«r Miss jtfarchiuuiii's cpccuy rciuo\.i. to u betlix world, tu.tc v.u»ouel snmtvi took tlio k.io e.\pi..as» Horn muci-K'u this sultry July u«.y to p«,y his iwpeets to his beloved m.uivc. lio w;mua money, hi* hcaltn required ivpo&e a..w eliange; tho last burie^uo .star, m whoso tdu'iuo ho ^cnuluusiv \vuishippeu, .and whose iuilueiiees anu lujscuiatmiu' ' Iwl broken up severui happy bonier, had to id iiiui wnU the deiigutiul can dour ot her class, "Unit ho was geUui a r*giuar screw." By »ho side of such a creature an Lily Castillo, poor Alioo shono but as * satellite tu comparison. with v> suul Every one declared ho looked hipped and bored; ev.en the Court physician, ?whom U-o .: v; i>rieoriio hud entreated to diagnuso a.., cuse at her owa expense, hinted that ho hod been going tiio pa<v u iiitio um ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factory. Autumn Show of Millinery and rnshimps. ji TVTISS STEWART, Head Milliner, lias just returned from visitinpj all the 'i WARKHOl'SKS in MKI.HOURNK, and lias selected a Very Choice ? Assortment of . ; MILLINERY-Ladies' Hats, in Pelts, etc., the Latest and Most Fashionable Styles, the first of the New Season's Goods. COSTUMES. j * A carefully and well-selected lot in the Xewest and Most Fashionable all.alww.' ( . .. Fancy Work. MISS STKWART lias paid Special Attention to this Department while in Melbourne, and has electdtl a'Varied Assortment of TRAXSI'KRS, CANVAS, SHADOW WORK, SILKS, Ivtc. Commonwealth HEAD OFFICE "4^ i of Bustralia SYDNEY TW» Ra»fc !. opm for *11 i'!«*n of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS it EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Af«0 at Sydney, Canberra, .<if«Ui<K Pmii. Hohart, I5ri«»u«*. K<wkliampton, TowiutiH*, am! I<ondoa. Cable rvmitUncM !iudt tn, fc<i&am...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

Personal. Mr Iv. Halt, of Tragowcl, who has leased his farm, will leave for a trip to Kurope. accompanied by Mrs Hall, about the first wi'ek in April. Mr C. A. M. I;oug-a brother of the Rev. U. Long, formerly of Cohuna-who has been assisting the Rev. T. Wilkinson at Pyramid Hill for a year past, has been ac cepted for service in 'the Foreign Mission field. Mr 1'. Cousins, who has been in charge <>f the Guubower Island West State School for over twelve months (writes our Wee Wee Kup correspondent), has received notice of his transfer to Teal Point. He will be greatly missed in the tennis field, having "captained the local club ever since* it was formed. While driving from Kerang last Friday night, Mr Symonds, accom panied bv Mr C.. Wright, of New Zealand, narrowly escapeil a serious aeci'lciir. When near ^ Milne s Hridge (states our Wee Wee Rlip correspondent.) the pony took fright and swerving suddenly broke u shaft, partly overturning the buggy. With the assistance of...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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LUCERNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

LUCHRNK MAHKIvT. H. S. K.'Ward reports:-It is pleasing tc report that lucerne re ceived from three Swan Ilill growers, Messrs. Iv. A. Ryland, M. M'Caw and T. 01senv was sold at the top value for lucerne hay this season, all these consignments beinu quitted at £4 per ton ex rails. The consignments of lucerne hay referred to are about the best X have seen this season. Rochester lucerne liay is sellinir at £3 12S 6d to £& 15s, Choice lucerne cha£f is moving fairly freely at £S for poul try samples, and good feed down to £4.

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Spooini Correspondent.) lho Gilbevtiuu Miliro upon ''Dukes "I';;u .? I'L-llliy" l:, MlBKCiot! I,y M,(, hi Kin'i'riiur., in this xiumy hind hived liy "ilii! Iouk wash of Aus tralasian ";a.s." T).Wo .so many governors, unci tliuir unlranrjcs. nnil Kxitu uro ho ln:([innt thnO it oulln iUr somo mental activity to kuoi> track of tliom, ft would l," " (y M,|'" hut vO n"iko.u'itli tho as'cra^e nutii jii t!u» ii-r'X't tmtfc (10 could not "liu.rii,- ij!l'-';aii.i , imniucliato picdcfccs'in-.s.,J' ' ;->ii!-iVv" of tlio iJowtqiii, if there h,, "iiy' ,-ucli element in it, appears to fjjf.'j.jy cvtjj* orato and tho rarity among governors no.v ij; tiio one who slays his full term. Jt is hrl<|, aiid there seems to bo somo truth in it, that tho chief objcot back ot lho acceptance of tln.se vice regal office is to use them as a. .slip ping Ntoiio to polii ic:i| and social 4IJ|. vnncement in London. U would ap. pear that oven as a mean* to that end a lull t...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. February 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

,1?KMGO l'lC, .MARKftT.. 'February 26tli. j ...'.Mason llros..'.report: - A very I light yarding of piss penned for this we/ek's sale. The attendance was again large, and for prime pigs bidding was animated, although last week's extreme values were hardly, sustained. ' Quotations: Best baconers, £<\ to £^t 5s; me dium,- £3 lis to £3 15S; light, £3 2s to £3 Ss; porkers, £2 1 Is to £2 19s; stores, £\ 15s to £2 5s: suckers and slips, 15s to £\ 5s.

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BULK HANDLING OF WHEAT. EFFECT ON TH FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

BULK HANDLING OP WHEAT. J-;m-XT ON 'I'llK FAltMb'R, The of wliout in bulk has ' boon a subjcot lor miioh debate during recent years, and the high price of , wheat bags has boon largely rcsports- i ihlo tor iiiiikiti^ it a Jivo topic for tlii dumor. -However, de.spit^ all (tho i argument and tho investigations thai I have been made, tho difficulties offered by fho character of) railway rolling I siook and cargo Ktoajners have opera- I tod an a restraining iulluenco against I innovation. Tlio oxp» riments being ] carried out in Now .South Wales bo watched with interest. Ati a ..out' mooting of tho Pino Forest braoui j of '.he Agricultural Huroati, Air H !)ol'i»g said tho main in »-.» «/ii01 hulk i::mdliup, vum tiio oust, U U*JA% Hi. wont, on to >ay"Und ..Mi- .>.V\Ci1.ii.*.aI ..uojitoi ,;oiv . If pr>for'f ? r^-'iiV.v j <voo>d lur tvqu.rrd to lake off a wop moro would !>*? ruquirod' if good l1'11' vesting weather worn oxpenoucod. Of | conr.io all bags would bo ...

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