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

OVERCROWDED. Sho: "I wns reading in some paper tho other day that hi pint of milk con tains simply millions of germs.1' * Ho: ."By Jove. . Well, everything is so jolly overcrowded nowaday*, isa't itP

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARTIFICIAL MILK FROM VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

ARTIFICIAL MILK FROM VEGETABLES. A subject which 1ms greatly, oxer- ' oised the mnuls of scientific and medical circles. and which tho I'ross has-not been slow to roeogmso. is tho possibilitr* of being ablo to sccuro an artificial milk . from .vegetables'.;- . Demonstration has recently. boon mado ; in London in tho nianufaotur© of this, product, which it is o'aimed. contains ail tho elements of tho'best cow's milk, and can ho used for tho sain© purposes. Much interest was taken in tho demonstration, among thoso present being Sir William Croukes ropri^entafcive of tho Home Office and the Jjoeai* Government; Btard, scverfW. .medical "officers of health, and: othc. members' of tho medical profession. r .Mr V. J. Fauldmg, who will bo res ponsible for the introduction of syn-, , thuticmilk to Great Britain, said, it . was moro dtgcstihle than ordinary milk.. . .Ho- claimed tjiat the cream was far monv'nourishing, and would last. «ny *. Mrno. Tim milk could be nsed*(or nli cooking purpos...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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PROTEST AGAINST HANGING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

PROTEsV AGAINST HANGING. Honurkr.hlo demoiitftrniions worn m dultcr'.! -i by < :« »*nnd- IVui a «u-»> tuo cAixumm «»v ?>vraimow«,VH Prison, ManehoMt>r, ,»f K- u Killy, a vouth of -0, who, wil-li an accom plice, Kdwurd Hilton, had bivn stmton cod to death for tho hrnlal imirdor of a bookseller at Oldham. Hilton wan reprieved, ami immidiaUly there sprang lip a popular agitat ion to secure a similar exoreiso of clemency m tho ease of Kelly. Public fooling concerning Urn Fate of this yonng criminal was excited in Oldhnm to an extraordinary degree. At tho request, of a great mooting 01 townspeople tho Mayor of tho borough . and other* lufrried to liondon to mako, an I'levi'iithi'liotli- appeal lit. tho Homo ollico'. Tlio rosult of their elfovts was awaited in tho town with intense an - Thousands* of millhiiiid-v male - and female, stood about in tho stiuits, loi hours Sloping to hoar news of « lavoi ukle reply Their patienet; was severely taxed. It was hulf-pnst- luft...

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

LITTLE THINGS. A little.word, said pleasantly in pas sing, may brighten up some careworn fellow's day; a little sneer, a littlo bit ter sassing", may change lus skies from fold to sombro gray. A littlo praise "liny' send foot blithely tripping, that otherwiso would drag the long day through; a littlo help, when somq poor cuss is slipping, may , start him right and bring sucee.vs in viow. A littlo roar when vicious tilings aro browing mav spoil tlio brow, and oil up Virtue's wings; a littlo kiok when statesmen aro pursuing falso gods may bring thorn 'round-to better things. A littlo sent* may make us seem a fountain of wia dom if yon keep your tongue . on straight; a littlo debt inay soon bccomft a mountain, and crush you doivn v bo-, neath its galling weight. .; Tlio.,. little, things rfiako lifo n joy or nuisance; ji. voli ignore this fact , when von pro gciiy, you'll realise you were a blodniing goosr; line. Am let the host nf all things get ' -Walt .Mason.

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

POULTRY NOTES. A L« ghorn lion hkes hti mst- dark* e::<d iii'souia way so slhi will fooi so eluded r.Tiile on tim n< i>t. With dark ened !)( ?;»'$? hens are fi; t> so. npt to form tho vzz^txiUi±\\u.hU. iVhon soff-shoJltd egi.rs art) very nu merous it is a sign tho hons aro not. Ret-* ting enough egg-shcli material, Oys ter-shell should bo kept whero thoy can get it at will. * - ^ .. It is that feather plucking is practised when hens run nt large or aro kept busy whilo oonfined. U takes wit and grit to succerd with poultry--tho wit to know how to do the ri^ht thing in tho right way in our daily r«m?td of oarotaking, nnd the gri» to tneklo tasks tbut arc sometime.; very hard and disagreeable, livery. farm should hnve its Hock of i'trkeys. Hreeding *»to<*k should b<v pro vided vitli'grit and charcoal. There is no better medicine for the turkey family tlmu charcoal. ? AUnwjng that tho rooster is half the . ?!<iok. then tho hen...

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

DAIRY NOTES. , .Sv>i«,?u is a great thing to eliminate dnKigerv in dairying. s an indication of life value, the performances of a bull's unoAStry are - worth more than his looks. Thoro shouM not ho more limit 3 per cent of milk fat in tbo whey, which is the scrum remaining after the* curd hr.? been removed, in the manufacture "of cheeso. Whey should bo transparent, mid of n greenish color. When a ehoeso has boon carelessly made, the whey is rich in fat, and of uUvhitUb or milky color. Turpentine, ill which is dissolved as much, camphor os it' will take up,, is pro-emineutly tho <ireusing for lacera tions bruises and cuts. Its antisep tic nation i* equal u> that of carbolic neid; »l speedily stops tho bleeding, al lays th<:pm'n. and hastens the process of healing. ; I«W, if any, tilcer* long resist its continual application. i :;:»tnro of the soil has some of feet upon tho milk produced. From a rich pasture the- milk usually con tains a lower: percent ago ...

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

AND WILLING. "What do you think of tliis contro versy as to whether mnrriaK<i is a fail ure!?" ho asked, for want ofsomething to say. ., "I don't know anything ahout it, sho replied; "but," sho mldcd hastily, "T was always rood <.f experiments."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SMOKE AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

SMOKE MiO ELECTRICITY. " Electricity appeared ad a.sohitiOn. for the xmok« problom in <i recent domon< stratum. 1 he smoke-abating appliance removed ,the sont from 900 cubic'foot,i of ,amofco m a minute at a total cost of I about a penny a,tiny for operation. The ! action of the Upparatns consists iu pre- j cipitnting tho solid particles in the | 1 smoke bv invana of a powerful eloctnc | i current,and itsiuventiou is bused on \ | the fact that one-third to one-half of i |: the sofid. matter. in . srrioke/from smelt I l.n^ furnaces conwi&ts of p*jrticlc9 0f.ir0n oxuio.. Kloctrkul /current is - applied, to (lie; suiblc«.l>y. means of aNjvi're Voven rihrawgh a niimbor of small pipes placed at tlx/' top'of the chimney so that the 8moko> muat' pas* -through them. As soon iis thb electricity is turned on the *m«J) pHrtifilea/noatinp in tho emofce are changed to'Wrgo .partiftics which fall bae.k into n: bin by their ,own weight. Its application is not co...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE TABLE. TOMATO RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

THE TABLE. TOMATO ltECU'te. a I- < 111 | , i.'ioiu i about Ulboi rM^V,,",a:y\A;r^"1 ,. f,,u- v .. ii'ls .11 bailing \wiu». 1 m v tho vkms, mul out tho Unuutoos ? £^^^rsJsp' l 'ui "in'tllo tornados. MMsoii then. lJl and l»n>»*,r »'«>« stir ovor tho Inc n hw nu'V t|lt." sprinkle ovor # d<w>rt*t'»°n tnl of Hour st.ir again, and add Rrad i iUv acm' »f ivUow.to siromoi A"n- to,. nii-iuu-.'. ; cover the ,m.., ind kwp hot toll required. **}.cu!1 Sf w*-: AHico a border with tho mushrooms on n 'round dish, iHitthopoiiporwltom^o ^K^X'tn.vto.nnd; ',{«: Wnniu-i .o., bring it to tho bo'H tlien drain again. Alelt m a 11- . preferably an tMr' '''"Y"10-1*'? ^,, 1 slir S; of butter, put i» tho rico a, M r over tUo tiro n fow minutes, tliui o<M six ripo ton'"\««.1l\;ovlo,Srt,'^"to '©«.'!« pepper, ant} f" , 0 ,"!(1 Rrn(\,ially a n'i^iP ".,<1 K-t '"" i l-«t v from ihirty-five to ; ci'"" Wl> *»-, .*.f Mil -ii'duni'otniw -to liiiinitvs. liiift or .1...

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TWAIN AND HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

TWAIN' AND JIIMSELF.' ( Mark Twain in bis lecturing days was t to appear in a .small town. Ifi* arrived tl-vro in the afternoon and wont to a b.nber't* to bo shaved. "You aro a stranger in the tnv.n. si-.-?" tlm harbor asked. "Y>>, t am a fctrangor hero," tf.i* tho r«'l>b . "We'ru having a "not! Iicturo Iht: to-nigh!., sir,1' said the harbur. "Ma:!: Twain is to address u$. Aro you going, to boar biin?1' I "Yes, I think 3 will," said Mr. Clemens. "Havo you got your ticket?" tin* barbr»r asked. "No, not yet," 6aid Mark. "Then, sir, you'll havo to stand." "Dear mo!" Mr. demons exclaimed. "It seems to mo as if I always havo to stand when I hear that man Twain lec ture I" It is not difficult to find tho poinb of attack ifl a tack,

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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COST OF FOOD FOR MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

COST OF FOOD FOR MILK. Tho . University -of Lerds .iii'l t!it Yorkshire Council for Agricuhn.vtl L'du oat-icmhave i.^ucd their first- report MI .the investigations made us to the eu: of ford in tire production i»f tin*. The rc?i>ort- rt'ft.'r.< to inv;\<?:iga-;o»R m?Vi t :j)g one year only, made in Yorkshire, upon tho lines adopted in Scotland, where the investigations have been cuiUm. i«:d 'uninterruptedly.since, ^lr. ' John Siietr "wa&'mstnlmbntal in initiating: thotiV ni 1903, Through the instrumental'ty of Colonel Goodman. C.U.. Great Srrun ton, Northallerton, nine landowners end farmers, along with Colonel Goidman. helped to carry out tlu< inv< Tho herds included iu the inv.'siig.iti.>;» wero visited onoo a fortnight dmmg tho 12 months commencing Apxi! 1VJ1. At eaoh visit tho morning's ntid ing's milk of each cow was weighty and a separate sample of each tak.'ri ft-r the determination of fat. " ho tuod supplied to-tho co...

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

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. i\> prevent Iron Mould: Beforo us ing CMppi'f, well rub with a clean pnr ufl-u rag. Ik* sure to always till \ho copper <juito lull oi w.itrr. When hushed, never lot tho soapy wator re main in with llio idea of iioinu it' ior r.Vaniug pujpo.M^, as liit.s is jjlnuxsJ, mho to cau>o iron mould. A capital ijh a is to empty tho copper befoiv tho fii'i- is fjuito uui, Tins enables it to ji.tonio absolutely dry, iheroloio leav ing no chaueo for iron mould. .Uiother remedy for ink stains; Well rub any ink stains in linon with a ripo ; t«;!iiat«i cut in half, and the stains will 'juito disappear in tiio wash. This remedy also proved satisfactory in re moving ink from dark cloth, tho nrt iclo being sponged with cold rain water alter tomato was applied. To remove egg stains: When table linen is. stained with egg, it should bo soaked in cold water before being sent ? lu> laundry. Tho stain* como; out »i*.v«co easily if treated in this way,, but '.v- water set...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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KINDS OF POTASH SALTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

KINDS OF POTASH SALTS. ' In order to obtain tho best results from tlu» use of poiash salts, iho ma nure should bo applied early; this t*« . commendation huuls good especially with Uainit, which prows iun-t. vll'icuw when applied in waiter or quito eariy in i h<> >i>ring. The- more concentrated salts- sulphato of pot ash or mnr<aio 01 potash-can bo put on tho soil m th» I'oiirso of the manuring season, when most convenient. With them there »s not tho sumo reason i'or t«arly applica tion. Tho potash salts sold in this country are usually either one or the other 01 tho following three hinds: »- Kninit, containing 1*3 per 'cent, sulphate ot potash, equal 12} per cent, oi pure potash; sulphnto ol potash, containing iH) to per cent, sulphate or potash, equal to ;1S to 50 per cent, pure pot ash; muriate of potash, containing SO to per cent, niuriato of potnsh, equal to 50 to 52 per cont. pure pota.sh. Tho uso* ot kninit is the most com mon,.bcoauso it is tho ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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HAND-REARING FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

HAND-REARING FOWLS* . There is a differencoin ooiistitucnis between maro'K jniik and that nf. a cowi and this must be allowed for when it is necessary to rear a foal arfifKri.iliy. Itou$dy speakings a mare's milk has half as much protein, fat, and mineral matter, hut n Htt)e moro sugar than con's milk. It is advisable to use milk from, a freshly-tttlved cow and ono not» .touting high, about 3.'per cent, being a fair standard. The usual plan is to use about a fourth as much pure rain water as milk, and add a de.^ertspoonful of sugar to each pint of tho mixture. The Inst pJan is to dis solve the sugar first in hot water, then add enough water k> mako one-fourth or a pint, ami make rbo pint tip with* whole milk. : Tho mixture should he wnrmed-up-to about 100 dt»greca-F.V nn<I the foal given about a pint every two lujur'.'i, or oftencr in smaller quan tities if very young foalB are being reared liroe-wator added to the milk ;ind wat-er corrects acidity, tends to pre vent -...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A MUCH WISER COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

A MUCH WISER OOTJBSE. MUly: "Geel^Wo'U be late for supper an* git a lickin', euro. Let's Kneel down an' pray they won't give it to ^T'lly : "Nothin1 doin', Let's pray, al! right. But pray while wo'ro ruii xjin' u iaat as we kin ruuT'

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAINFUL SUBBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

PAINFUL SUtiBURN I have seen a child (a boy of eleven* crying bitterly from iho paiu caused bv the sunburtmig ut his legs, whiclf hnd been exposed nil day loug on the j sea-beach i-o tho full gtaro of the mid I summer s-un, u rites Florence Stacpoulu lecturer to the Xubinmil Health So ciety of England. Many people forget that sunburn ufteu onuses ns much pain as frostbite, and sunburnt legs often cause u lot ot >»uffering from which it would bo quite easy to protect them bv greasing them all over before tho child goes out in the morning. Tho nicest thing for* the purpose is olive oil, lanoline, or vaseline," but this would come rather expensive if the summer should be u lung, hot one, nud if there should be a large number of legs to bo operated upon. It is, therefore, well to remember that any kind of clean kitchen grease will au-swer Ub well. Tho grease should be what cooks call Tendered" before it is used for au ointing the skin. The process of "ren dering" is quit© simple. Put...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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HOW TO OBTAIN GOOD CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

HOW TO OBTAIN GOOD CROPS. ?An average crop of hay extracts from tf tlio- soil about 50lb. of nitrogen, an cf|ual quantity of.potash, and 131b- of phosphoric acid. A question often asked is: Should a dressing of nitrogen bo applied to tho^land? As « rule, probably not. or .to quite a liniiic-tl ex tent, The clover which grgws in the ttold .and th*-bacteria; which-* arc active in m«>adow taiid may bo trusted- to col loot suftioieni nitrogen. out of the air to.nourish not only £ho clover but the grasses... This is assuming that the. meadow ? contains a fair proportion of clover; when such is not the easo nod there is little clover. then a dressing of nitrogen 's advisable and very advan tageous. : Tho two other, plant foods, potash and .phosphoric acid,-should be liberally applied to meadows,,especially if "the field is poor in plant food.- Kninit is a good form of potash, except in vory heavy huid>, and then sulphatcvof pot ash should be used. To obtain tin best/crops tho land s...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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TO CURE "SALT CELLARS." [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

TO CURE "SALT CELLARS." | - I No ftiiu need have a scraggy neck <ui(l onvioiK salt-cellars, own* if they nro thin, writes a correspondent t»» a l<ondon paper. I u.I'd to be tcviihlv u(Uici<x\ in that way, aml could never wear a codarlcss blouse (I)- t,'r<"<'U witli any de gree iif Ut'lMlUlUjvilO-S^. Now :ill my iriomU envy my lull, firm throat : I've no loose skin* under m\ 111;ii, ami not a sign of a salt collar. Ami (ho romisiit.'., I used were so simple. .... A friend uho lias studied physical! culture in Sw»-don taught mo throe i head and neck exorcises, which hnv.*1 had >n<*h a gtu>d result, thnfr 1 ioA I would l»,» quite selfish to keep thorn to ;my>.'h. Whon doing \heso exercises, the nee); should bo ban*. The best plan is vo do them in a dre^ng jacket," but as it is advisable to do tlfom nt in tervals during the day, as well as night and morning, and at such times it is not convenient to take off one'...

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

WASHING LACE. n.quireo such careful matiipu-, lattun tliat ii .H ah\ayft advisable to ivasJj it at huim:. While luco bhouM be «>o:il;ed in io!d b.uax water, allow ing one dm-i rt>pooMful of dissolved borax to one pint ol water, tiien squeeze gently through the lunula iu warm &oap lather. R~.u;o thoroughly in clear fc'unu wat.T, to whioh a little blue may be addtd. To siilfcu luce, use- thin starcb <r rice water inad«.» a.s follows: H«>il i,n" tabiespoonful of rice in a pint of warm water till the liquid appears milky, then strain off and use. Silk lace .should not bo btarehed, but stilFtm.d in ueak gum water, which is made by dissolving one ounce of gum arable in half a pint of water. Put a pan of water over tho fire until tli gum is quito di^olve-I. Strain through muslin into a buttle, and i iu ready i;;r u-e. For ti.v, udd iVo*,; one teaspoonful to <i pint of water, ac cording to Htiffne.ss requifod. Uace should alway.s bo Ironed on the wrong...

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REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. At the haiis of.all genuine' rotations lies tho fact that plants differ from one another in their demands upon'the so.iH bothchemical and physical; they differ with regard tq their root systems.'.depth of feeding, their moisture requirements, their time of feodin^. thoir dates in reaching maturity, "etc. . Many plants impoverish the soil) a few enrich it; s«mu spoil its physical condition, while others mijgrovo it in that regard; Manv crops favor the growth ofcftveods,. whife others either are nblo to hold-the weeds in check, or re quire such cultivation' and treatment ns will prevent their growth. All those differences fit, plants for different plncos m rotation, and a well arranged rotation is one in 'which" the strong points of;one crop follow so as to fit into tho weak points ofnnother, or Wco versa, and in this way reduey defieicncics to a minimum. A'crop that requires u inrpu amount of one ele ment should be followed by' one that requires less of that [e...

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