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NOT PROPORTLONATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 6 March 1914

NOT PttOVOI'.TLON'ATE. Doctor (applying huge mustard plas- ter to the chest of a very thin man): "There you are. You'll soon be all right again now." ; Patient: "Oh-h-h, doctor, don't you   think there's too much mustard for so , little moat?" 1

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BEEF AND BUTTERFAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

BEEF AND BUTTERFAT. ' :. - Probably nothing, says u well-kuoun agricultural writer. would induco tho grasr.ior of fattening cattle to transfer his attention to dairying, hut tho pro ductive uajkacitv of a woll-seleetvd cow is nmrJi greater than that. i*i a »o5l bred stevr, and more can i>e made <»H grass by combiuing tho two. Tho aver age dairy cow produce* about oUU gal Ion.* of milk aunmuly, yielding 114 l>er cent. or G25lb of fat, sugar, oasein, and ash, practically allof which is di gestible. ' It would be a good steer llintr w ould .ineroiiso 5001b iu live weight in the eoarso of] a .-'grass season, and only about CO'per cent; or JJOUlb. of that amount;would bo l>oef,-the. value of which as a foodlnii. furthor to bo discounted by its bono content. The vulut* of 500 gallon^ of,milk at Gd per gallon couios . to £12/10/, while oOOib. of live weight 'in n stoer at 30/ would bo £7/10/. It-would tako as much glass to product^ ono result . <w tho other.....

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER VI. THE COLONEL SPEAKS HIS MIND [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

Terribly Tempted. | A SERTAIJ STOKY BY L ANNABEL GRAY. CUAI'Tlill VI. THE COLONEL tii'E.AKS Ul.s MINI) '"Oil! love, oh I fire I U;:i;u iio drew With o»o long kiss my whole mhiI through My lips, as suulight drinkeih dew.' I/Choro's reflections during this visit of the Colonel were of u mix<xl nalure, that generally n*sa>l ji» undeveloped human mimi in presence ot tu'ikiug novelties of character and toue. What oau be iu«ro UueoiUi.u than the hopes and fears that rule a young girl's cou&ciousncp*? Although bin hod eeou and heard a good deal <>i Ibis world's wick*:ilne*s.s, it u;ws vi:t diih cult fet her to really* tluit a large por tion of mankind n*oi« hearties* villains. Thoyoung trust instmeuvdy, and was tt likely tlmt she oould be altogether unmoved by the glances which differed .atircly from poor i'li/lip's sad, ndoi ing gazo? Instead of believing that this world vras ouly a sort of experimental Inferno whero e»*i{ often got tiio best of it, she...

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

Easily the Easiest Motor Cycle for the Rider! There are many reasons why the New Hudson Motor Cycle j is the easiest to ride-easiest to handle-easiest to control unci, look I after. r i Briefly, localise it is British built-ftronK iir-the finest parts can't jiossibly ^et rattley. JJeanti fully sprung'-gii'infr the maximum of comfortable riding over roti^'h roads. ???Sensibly equipped with handy lever and controls and large roomy footboards. The New (Hudson is absolutely reliable. > ???At' present we arc. .scUhiR-: i direct imported machines , below city, prices. Pleased to demonstrate to ??-:. .intending buyers. | :_ -2}A , 3M:. and 4 h.p., with ttide.ean, just imported. John M'Kay&Co The Progressive Stores, Pyramid Hill.j T. L. Grange (Late Matthew Trcacy), General Blacksmith and Wheelwright. GU.VBOWBH. AVwfroiis, Drays, Kartltscoops, .Harrows, and Ceneral Agricultural Implements built, Order. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. I Rerang Carriage Factory. (Established ...

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Profitable Use of Lucerne A NEW DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

Profitable Use of Lucerne A NKW .DKVRLOI'MKNT. So far the experience of our most successful irrigators demonstrates that in the earlier stages of the farm development nothing pays better than -dairying on lucerne. The latter is a fodder of special value for promoting a heavy milk flow in a cow, and when cut and fed liberally ensures a maximum return from the laud. Those irri gators who have made a feature of dairying, and have taken the pains to produce abundance of lucerne, arewithoul exception on the high road to prosperity. So pronounced lire the benefits ol dairying under such conditions that in Jtacchus Mai sh the best lucerne land sells readily at ^.lOOan acre. Notwith standing that the irrigation charges represent an annual outlay of at least -jCj an acre, it is claimed by local experts that the production of milk and cream to the acre, is on such si high scale as to fully justify such :hcavy outgoings. It is sig uiflcnnt that alter more than thirty years' experience of irrig...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. Friday 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

BCJICCA STOCK. MARKET.: Friday 6tli. fihackell, White & Co. rcjiort . Cattle : A small yardinc of cattle came-.-.forward. 'Die attendance was an/average one. and competi tion . for fat ,'catllc .. wasv. . good. Vricesfor such were about the same «s lust-week. There were only. a few stores in ami the . demand w as dull. We sold l'at v: 1 mllocks/ #;ood, £e> 2s to £0 6s 6d ; fat cows ^prifiie, £h 2S to £8 6s: fat steers-; . iiprlit weights. £5 4s ; fat heifers, light weights, £5 Is. Sheep: - There were 675 sheep and lambs yarded, l'or prime sheep the de maud was brisk, and prices slightly "4Jetter than last week ; second, ftiftl "inferior met a dull market, and stores were hard to quit at quota tions. We sold:-Merino wethers, 4>rimc and heavy, £l Os Id: come-. tracks-ethers, good, 17s 8d to 18s 3d; comeback ewes, fair, ].is 6d; tnerino wethers, Rood, 16s1 to 17s; crossbred lambs, good, 14s to 15s Id;' weaners, good 12s 3d; wca-i-1 «rs- small, lis; weaners, small, colls;....

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A POTTERY FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

A POTTERY FAIR. At the present time, Germany iB far | ahead of England in tin* matter of ad vertising pottery manufactures. Buy ers from all parts ot .tho world, and .especially From the bmted."States, re pair every year ti> tho great i>ottory exhibition at the Leipzig Jj'tuiyand each of these annual fairs, it is estimated, leads to the sale oi a million and a half pounds worth of German naro. German exports ot pottery to the Uni ted States aro ut the present time double, thoso from Great ..Britain. But signs aro not lacking that English manufacturers are waking up to their behind-hand . methods, and tho North Staffordshire potteries have so far real ised tho value of such exhibtiions as tho Leipzig Fair, as to inaugurate an annual flair of British pottery aoid glass manufactures, tho first to bo held at Stoke, next month, The Stafford shire manufacturers maintain that since the days of Wedgwood, their pot lory has boon as good as, if not bettor than, any in the world. They ma...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BALLARAT PIG MARKET. March 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

BAU.ARAT PIO MARKKT. March 4th. J Cboke Bros., agents. Mncorna, report:-liaconers. - There was a full attendance of curers.-and for *»11 prime puns there-.was keen comr petition'Ht prices a shade under last week's rates. .The top-price of «he'market was .£4 10s 6d. I'iirs «old for Mr. Mat. l'eacock and Mr. Oeo. F'rothurs made .64 Ss; four of Mr. C. Schier's on the day of the «ale were 5 months and 4_days old, «ind sold at Z4 4s each. Porkers. -Very heavy supplies, and market easier. Young piss, from 15s to 28s,.- Total penned, 855 pigs..

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WOMAN'S DREAM OF HER FATHER. VISION THAT CHANGED A WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

- WOMAN'S DREAM 6r IIEK ' ' FATHER. [ ! VISION THAT OliANGKL) A. W1L1». A wealthy woman who was *»aid to h;» vo altered her will becauso of a-dream in which her father appeared to her ligun-d in a caso heard in tho l/ondon Probate Court Inst mouth. The woiuuu was tho ]nte<Mme. Kmnw Josephine l'ilot, of Vino Hou.so, Park road, Surbiton, who inherited iMGOO a year from her father, Al. Daniol Nich olas Niool, forinorly proprietor of tho Can- Uoyal, Urgent ht-reet. M. Nicy/ mado si fortune of about £.100,(KM). Mine. Pilot mado a will leaving her property to M. Pilot, hut afterward# signed a codicil leaving to her children bv a previous marriage £3000 a year aud to M. Pilot JfcKHK) a jear. M. Pilrt contc-tcd tlio <<odieil, and alleged undue inllurneo on the part of M»io .Vifroi, Mme. Pilot's mother. j. Mi P.urn, a solicitor, said Mmo, Pilot before making the codicil, te'd him ol u .-.traugo dream sho had that liur father spoke to her, fcaying "You ought n...

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

i. T - *1 'rofesaional. A CARD. Dr. Nankivell, Has removed to his neiv residence ill Channel-street, Cohuna, Ami in future may lie consulted there. OrxnowHK visited on Sale I*nys. DK. J. W. Christopher, ....« JD..V.S..' v 11 i V., U.S.A.' SURGEON V DENTIST. Formerly of Collins-street, Melb. TVvSIRKS to intimate that he has purchased the practice of Mr A. R. Wellman, of Keranj;', and may he consulted for all classcs of Dental Work, at Mr Well man's late premises. Wellington-street, (opposite rixciian^eHotel > Koran;;. Crown .X: Bridge Work a Specialty Visits Cohuna every Alternate Week. Jas Richards, LL.B 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 moitthly on Sale Days and on Court Days when re quired. Koondrook and Harham fortmghly, on Tuesdays - Court Davs. Trust .moneys to Lend. Willan, Colles, and Willan, ..r (FsUiblislicd 1852.) ?'...

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KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday, 6th March [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

K it K A NO.. STOC K MAKK KT. Friday, (ith March 'Andrew S. Muir & Co. report linviiif: held ' their-usual fortnightly «ock side -sit their yards on the '.Hlx>vc'dnte, for which only a small supply of both sheep mid cattle came forward. A line of '300 ?«nerinowethers, in xood store con dition, was the only sheep forward. These met with keen competition, «ind the price obtained was equal to best late, rates. All classes of cattle were in strong demand with <he exception of backward heifers, which were dull of sale. Springers sold well at last market rates. Quotations- Sheep, ' merino wethers; 6'and 8 tooth, tfood store condition, 13s. Cattle, fat cows, £C lo /7, beefy heifers £a 10S, : «printers £5 to ^5 5s, store cows A2 to £2 2s 6d.

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

\ AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. lie oaroliil t<» have tlio right porcen lTV ,,,.,1 ill till' milk tor Uio |n»r1 ' . . . .. . .. in'; hi.i,i« liifoi" 'tin. ..mm*. '.v''*"' [lortunt. lo have tin' ll,l u 11 * ubii' rciumting ti'iiip< r.'itur<-. us "I"1". tin-Mi I wo factors Mini the piopol rennet added will depend Uio statu ot tin- iv.Miltiiig curd. .it,. When the substance in which- bat. t,ja ;lr,, nivsi-iit is he:U<-d tit it higl' tu .--pi ml 11 iliis'foi-iii retain their vitality I'm a i-M- long time. rl lieso spoivi. ealin<». li-v\-lii|i into bacteria until the? .-.uli itintiv in which tliev are is at, a fotar .ible temperature ami cunliuns a i-nit suU-valile proportion ol moisture. I'll,, cream that, lias risen on I ho null; overnight must In- iitiiikhI (ill ami warmed up to about IlKldog. I'. " iho milk in tin- vat lias been ,nd up tlifl cream should '». I1!1'.1"1 t. awl woll sttrnxl in. '1 in is nut lirst removed and warmed .1 cannot ...

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

Auctioneers. ShackeH, W^andXo. (Established 1SG-O STOCK and LAND AGENTS. IiCHUCA, GUXBOWF.R. BAR HAW AND KVABRAM. Echnca Sale - Every Saturday. Gunbower Sale-First Mon day in month. Trust moneys to lend at lowest rates. Farms for sale or to lot in vOoulbmn Valley, F.elmcn aiul Kiv:;rina ilistricts. Store Sheep ami Cattle ahvavs for Sale. Particulars DU ^plication to ^ Shackell, White and Co., Auctioneers, Kchuca. William Wallace and Co. Auctioneers and Special Land Salesmen, KERANG. Ileal Office-Bull-street, Beudijjo. Sales conducted KKRANC;-Sheep a ml Cattle, al ternate FvkV.ws; Pigs and sundries alternate Fridays. L,.\Kt; CHARM-First Wednesday ' in the month. u tftr^6Tidaj-1 ft tlio month. CoHfNA-Last Tuesday in tlie month. AndrewS. Muir & Co. (Andrew S. Mnir) STOCK & STATION AGENTS Head Office KERANG Jlratichw Cohuna, Lake Boga and Swan Hill Kerang Sheep and cattle sales every .second Friday. piK saie# every alternate X-'riday. Cohuna Stock Sale. Last Tues day in ...

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO PIG MARKET. 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

COMMERCIAL; UT'N'MOO pro MAKKirr;."''":£!.. 5tli March ?Mason Jlros report:-I A full yarding of pigs forward for to-<lay's sale,1 comprising good numl>ers of buconers of all weights, increased penning of porkers, and the usual number of stores. A splendid muster of buyers gathered, urnl bidding was spirited,"- firm values ruling. Quotations-Hest ?taconers £+ 3s to 6s ; old pigs to j(A lis; medium do. £,$? 13s to. £3 18S; light do. £I.SS to £.5 10s; ftorkers £'l 15s to £3 ; stores ^1 'l5s.tO:^3 5s; suckers and slips, 15s to £\ -Is.

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday March 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

! TUK Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Fridayi March 13. 19M. T.'i.vDKKs.-Tenders are invited : by Mr J. Keelv, returnable on 16th' iiist.; for the erection of an up-to-: : (late ami commodious motor gar- i age and workshop for Mr \Y. K. l'everill in Alain Strret. Mr ' l'everill intends to instal a complete i plant for motor and general repairs, ? capable of dealing with any motor < or cycle repairs, combined with I combustion engines, separators, ] sewing machines, etc. All work i will be carried out promptly and satisfactorily by a skilled mechanic. ! The Coliuna Agricultural Society 1 also invite tenders for the erection 1 of sheep and pin i>cns at the show grounds. Tenders will be received by the secretary (Mr. 1'. Kirby) up to the 23rd inst. Acoihttkh on \ SKiubrs Ciiakgi: -At the last sitting of the Crimi nal Sessions of the Supreme Court, Kerang. before-Mr Justice llodnes and a jury. Avat Mahommed Khan, an Indian hawker, was charged with an assault upon a boy namOd James...

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ANDREW S[?]MUIR & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

ANDKHW 8$ MUIK & CO. ? Tuesday, ,11st March.--Usiuil .monthly stoclc sitle iit Cohnim, for wlncli entries are invited.

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Kerang Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

Kerang Shire Council; At the monthly meeting of the nljove .-hire Council, held on Tues day hist, correspondence was read from the Column Progress Associa tion relative to itinerant hawkers disposing of their goods from wag-, gons in the streets of Cohtma, and asking that steps be taken to pre vent the. practice. The council confirmed the action of the associa tion in voicing the complaint, hut. it was dcciiled to inform the. As sociation that nothing could he done in the matter. The Cohtma JJntlcr _ Factory wrote, urging the necessity of creating a public pound at Column. -This was left in the hands of Crs j.'McK. King and T. Uurke to arrange if possible for a pound keeper, and also endeavor to secure suitable pound yards. Constable Saniblebe drew atten tion to several matters in Coliunct. Concerning the rubbish tip on C.nn bower Island, which was descril>ed as disgraceful. Crs King and I'.urke Were cni]M>wercd to employ a mail to collect the scattered rui)bish and place it w...

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Forthcoming Auction Sales. SHAKELL, WHITE & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

Forthcoming Auction Sales SI I AK.KI,!,, wH IT 15) & CO. . .Thursday, 36th March:-Clear inK Sale of stock, implements, etc, ul' I'ntho, on iiccouiit of Mr, John Phylatid,'who has taken the new tjoilrdiiiK hoiise at Onnbower, anil has ilecklcd to give up' dairying mid -agriculture. Me is ^therefore .disposing, of the whole of stock and farm plant.

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THE BLUSHING BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

THE BLUSHING BRIDE. A clergyman, having performed tbo marriage ceremony for a couplo, under took to writo out th» usual certificate, but, being in doubt as to tho .day or the month, ho asked, "'lhis is tlio njnih, is it not?" . "Why, parson," said the blushing brido, "you do all my marrying, and yon ought to remember that this is only tho third."

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J[?]PSON'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

JiiPSON'S LUCK. (My I'M ward Alt oMfati in " Hurpor's Hli7.nr.") Tho .stage. camo to a suddoti stop \ tlu iiiniiuay loam luOM'; thu drirci Miov lit rough Uu» .ur, and landing on * tul'c »i baa saviid his in-ck. Ijui Jep.soiv loft the box-scat os n>propelled by it muto's kick, and, falling headlong, tUfclnentcti a >ln»uldt!r, broke a wrist-, and among other nnnor injuries, twisted JiN fooi-. lift I) null lay wln.ro they had i'ali- n» and the inovuiK-AS downpour drowned tncin wiroiigli aiuUhrougu. Tin* lightning had donu iho iihmjhiw just as il.ey n.ro crossing tho trestle I.r»iKo over Sal.n.m River. . The hor se* noro l'rt>h, having been changed at. I-Wt Jones, and wneu tlio U^ntiuni; | lladied, followed Oil tho mstiuit. by tins vritek of .doom, they plunged lorwiird. lAo men on tho bux-yeat> bui to liuiaaiid hope for tlws best. . I'bo Curzoii hi-mlicrs, silting up lute, | inaul the ihiim'.orinit liools uliuvo Hi" -.loiin and iwsv.'tl tin- rattling aceom i.iniinent of tho...

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