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MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OFF[?]ER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

MARKETS. [ / Melbourne, TUOMUIV, ttiiftAT .\NJ> urtlER PUODUCE. Wheat,-J be tone ot iho market is rather ^easier, and values aro fully id lower in buyer.-' idoas. Sellers havo continued to .si;-ud aloof, and tho turn over ha.s been o uisequenUy small, Buy ers' ideas rang»- from 3/i.Oi to 3/lOi alongside, seller asking 3/10;J. A simuj lino ex .s.oro .sola at 3/10, and tanners' lot^ w jro quoted at down to <}jSi not. .Flour.-Tho Association price for local consumption u £0 delivered. Bran and Pollard.-Tho Association price lor both articles is £5/5/ deliv cred,. , hr«s been done. ^ Primo English malting is .scai'oo at 3/5 to 3/6, good being quoted afc 3/2 to 3/1. English (pearling is worth 2/3 to 2 5, whilo thin English ha.s had a mod'jrato turnover at 2/2. Sales ol about 800 bags Capo havo been made at J/2 J to 2/3i* 1'or mo dinm, and up lo 2/-IJ for good. Capo pearling is wonh about 2/2. Oats. - Yaluo aro linn ior good Al gerians. A moderate parcel of primo milling Alg...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS \ i (By "Ainlno.sino;") I ho bizarre in dress threaten}* to bo much to tho fore tliis season, say* a I ui'is expert. Already w<j soo Higna ol the evil iii the iK-west and smartest models as seen in thi« city. Headgear in the form oi >kuJJ oapa wiih towering aigrettes, skirts with tin exaggerated .split irom tho fort, and Ijodiees of day Uowns cut ho low as u> bo almost, de collete; and fur stoles twisted about tio term, awl mu/f.i are the size " of pillows. At one shop I saw a walking j4'W» in whiio velvet trimmed with b.'iio.s of NjhJo. Is not thi* tho last i word in extravagance .y N<5w, I am ' im, Puritan as regards dross, but I I"-hink that every woman should suit her costume to her circumstances. Bi y.nrr.t dre<« has charms, but it must bo v^en its surrounding. An outre .gown i or »M->hic!:> looks- wv.U -whcji-w'or^ ' by - u smart worn/in in n motor, seems out oi place on a middle-aged matron, or when worn by a youn...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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STRANGE JEWEL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

STRANGE JEWEL ROBBERY. A Ton* weeks ago curious /teas wa> ivtoived in Paris from iSanto* to iho effect that a daring jewel robbery had been c;<iniimtlo<l thej'o to iho detriment o|-a travelling agent, whosu box, of, jewels «a,s mysteriously removed,- mid an UlK'iy hlhd with soap, imt in iin pi ' '» , "».! ' .V.vm !»*' conio from Uesaneon with n uv\ tli.i 01 jowols and a valis,!. j\s ho had to visit- a number of jeuvllers in tho town, hoealled on 0110 of them, who was till then his host uuM.oiuor,u cer tain M. I'Uixullvs; and as his box was too heavy to move about * easily, lio a.slccd tho jeweller to keep, it for him as well as tho valise. On tho following day, neoording to Al; PlazoJJes, a mojvM.'Uger cutno .*«»<] told lnm that ho had orders to take tho "box and the valise to tin-' railway station. Tho jowoller stated that he gave .tip tho.artieles, hut f^uon after wards ho alleged bo /md doubts, ami telephoned to M. Mounot, tolling him what had ...

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

Personal. Yesterday Or. Xankivell left for Melbourne, where he intends spend ing a fortnight. I)r l'ark, who has Previously practised in tins dis trict, is acting as locum tenens. Mr. David Kvans will also lx; away for about three weeks. He .left yesterday for Xew South Wales. Mr. I*\ W. Watts is, in charge of the local pharmacy.

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DEMAND FOR FRUIT IN EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

1 DEMAND FOR FRUIT IN EUROPE | Proiessur Wiokson, (,f the Uimorsit.v i>f California, who hns nti Mly returned from i -I OlUc;:i. . " ; f tf | says thiin iiu hiipi? uj i,4t. <,id irics ev.-r pi-. ilueing snlhoient lmit I'm' their own rmunenu nu. Coming from an irresponsibly wnter. Mich a statrment might ho regarded us ex travagant, but. tl»t» reputation of l'r«>« fitter \Y iek.son as author of a .stamina! work on fruit-growing aid Kdilor of the I'acilio Kural Piv.x* is ton high for a .statement of his to he pus.xod )ighil,\ by. In an editorial note, he expre.s sos his Milisfaction at finding otj his return' that iho irtitl. industry in his own .slaty i> still buoyant, and*g«>cs en lo j»a> : "This impres-es us all the «umin« after seeing how short the old countries and this country east of the rooky mountains are 01 111. mi* needs in |»n>dueing fiui: Ideally and to the hope of ever doing it. \V»» did not see fruit enough to satisfv a mongoose in all our tr...

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Cohuna Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

Cohuna Progress Asso ' ciation. A mectiiiK of the above associav tion was held on the 4tIt inst. -Dr. Nankivell occupied the chair, and . three new candidates were admitted > to metnl>ership. The Secretary (Mr. T. J. Cran-* well) read a letter from ,thc Shire of Keraiitf. stating, in reply to a re quest.: that the council had no power to deal with street hawkers. The police, however, mijtht bo able to apply the move-on clause ? sijjainst them if they obstructed the local thoroughfares. Mr. Saniblebe feared the clause would not apply in the instances, under consideration. From the Postal Department, . statins, in reply to a complaint, that the official status of the Bar hum post-office ha<l not been raised: and that the complaint that tele phone messages between Cohutia and Keraiuf were chawed 6d per three minutes, as against Jd. per ? three minutes between Harham and Keratin would be enquired into. Tlw. question of erecting an. alternative bridge over the Main Commi...

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A FRENCHMAN'S IDEA OF GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

A I'lfKNCHMAN'S 1DKA 01'' (JOI.K. "IJut your gainw of golf! Oh, ». -! 1 knr»\v him. You nut on the urne tvd as tiki Ingloh ruabii' under neath done. You straj> your Hack bendcd-hca<J sticks on the hack of a hoy twice ho small a* tho bug. Ho scrupo a mud pudding W-iuake halaiion a !-.vtlc wliito bail. Mo inako threo bad tried to balance him, then very angry you call loud, 'Kour!' Then you what yon call addrvfw the ball, and, ina foi, your address sometimes in of language to make afraid; You strike, and tho ball find himself in the bonkaire. You call loud for tho nibehmgcri stick, and beat tho dust till your partn r say 'Ho, chuokitl' You say IluJ, my friend, I excuse myself to repeat who you *ay. Ah, my friend, you are a groat nation, hut your "golf gatno gives mo what you Ipgloetih call zo hump." Any number of women dye for lovo. Jl is queer that a "good fellow" of ten has many bad habits. Job is saiil to hare posseted 6000 <?amela. No nomler ho fcuifnred fr...

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THE TRIUMPH OF MARGARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

THE TRIUMPH OF, MARGARINE. 1 Tho .seriousness . to the colonial far mer of the increasing .substitution of nuugarino for butter is made clear ii> u Jotter from Air H. Campbell Joues, in 'Tho Times," Mr Jones emphasis es the success of the manufacturers in eliminating the distinctivo tasto of maigariue. Only yesterday, margar ine'was regarded as an unpleasant, art icle of diet, eaten only by tho poor. It was pleasant neither to the palate nor tho oyo. TJut. tho chemist in tho employ of the manufacturer has work ed so skilfully. that to-<3ay oven ex ports wero deceived. Tho average man will assert1 confidently that ho cannot eat imirgarine, and that it could not bopuhood off on him, .but it is quite probable that. ho eats it., frequently, without recognising it.. An Australian butter export who recently -visited' a^ margarine laotory v'us astonished to> find that the product of animal fats' and cocoauut was not nt all unpleasant, and thai even his skill in sampling bu...

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ITINERARY ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

I'flXKRARY AKRAXGKl). At the mooting of the Kernng Shire Council on Tucsdayv arrange ments were completed for??the visit of. the Premier and his party to tl\e district. Mr H. Angus, M.I,.A., who was in atemlance. will1 have the details iu hand. The Parlia mentarians will arrive at Keraug on Monday afternoon. 23rd inst.. and will l>e met and welcomed, after which they will he taken to the Commercial Hotel. Oil Tuesday morning at 8.30 a start will l>e made for Mend, where it is antici pated their time will he occupied in inspection and other matters until ahout 3 p.m. They will then pro ceed to the site of the proposed bridge over the liarr Creek at Co huna. and thence to the Gunbower Station. If time permits a -visit will probably be made to the Head Works. Returning, the party will cross Dalton's Bridge and inspect the Gnnbowcr Island to, Cohuua. At 6.3(1 they will be the guests of the Shire President (Cr Richard son f'at a dinner at I'rantz's Hotel. At a o'clock the public co...

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Entertaining the Premier. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY TAKES THE LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

Entertaining the Premier. AORl CKI.Tl'KVr, SOCIKTY ?TAKIiS Tlfr- I.KAD. At the conclusion of the Cohunii Agricultural Society's 'Utisiues#; at tlic nieotinyr of the council oti .Mon day night the visit of the Premier (Mr. Watt J ami a Parliamentary jKirty to the district came up for discussion. The President ( Mr. A. K. I.ester.) introducing the subject Said he thought advantage >hotild l>e taken of the Premier's presence to lirinjr tinder his notice a mimlier of itu IKirtnut '.natters affecting the wel fare of the district. They could urge the necessity of hurrying on tlie construction of the railway, as he thought that the most imi>or tant: and if they didn't move in this matter they may be left for two or three year.- without a line. There was also the question of entertaining; the visitors. It was not desired to carry out any'func tion entirely under the auspices of the Agricultural Society, hut only to initiate a public gathering. He favored a conversazione, which coul...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRECTION. (To the Editor of the "Farmers Weekly") [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRKCTIO.V the Kilitor of-the " dinners Wccklv"). Sir,-Would you kindlythrough/. the medium of your columns, allow ? me to correct some wrcng impres sions produce*! by my. wordsat the ' public mec'ing held i;<week' In the first place. 1 am a strong advo cate Of the pan system, and think it is a big step towards the sanita tion of the town. hut I must repeat it is not fjoin;: to improve matters by.removing the dangers of iutec tious diseases due to defective drainage. We are still faced with the problem of the disposal of house sewerage, and the carryingawny ©f. stagnant pools of water from our streets. In the past house,sewer age was easily disposed of in the pits: but under the present pat» system we must search elsewhere for its disposal. My own custom is to empty it on a large patch of dry sand in the back yard, choos ing a succession of places in rotnticin: Some houses here, I believe, have : cessi>pols, .which areagertn 's p?ra-.. disc; others h...

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

CRICKET. Tlti? MiKWtui iKwi'intion ci'ifket v-t>m|H.'lition third nuiwl will be eomiiK'iiroit lo-»iono\v, whew Muoonu jottrnoy In Tni;;o\vel to play the local tcjnil. At the cm! of the sccoml romiil tin* position* of tho tosim* were n> follow* : rl.nvtl. Von, I Slit. M.i.-nrii.i . . '?> .* t T:\njox\ol ... \ i £ Mimtu * I J Dm Saturday last tlie Cohnna 0I11U journeyed to Maeorna, where a match iti fS men aside wju played, l>nt ended in a draw. Maeorna won the toss, hut elcctixt to take the Held. Column com piled n total of H8, of which K. Kraser made ,11 (not out), Splatt .10, K. Frimtz 25 unri A. IJufewaii 2(K Mncormi responded with S3 for the loss of 8 wickets, l*\ \V. StracUuipr niul I. Keith with 29 nml JO respectively l>oinp: the* best contributors. Tho following are the scores: » : COUCXA, J;"M4WirhiMl. « U*oki». b Keith' ... 0 j A. Jtoletiiiin, b WixkIuII ... . ... 2(» j l>. Calder, c Spow.irt, b Stnidhnij .... 4 T. SplnH, b >Vot*J/ill ... ... 30 M. Smitl...

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

OfXltOWKK. The half-yearly kdanoe sheet and rcjwt to .nIM. December, Wl.t. of the Ounhowvr Co-operative Hntter'Factory* and Trading Co., l.td,, has been issued, and will lie presented at the meeting of the shareholders on Monday evening »c»t; ",The financial position is dc eidedly satisfactory, as a nett profit of .£190 16s ~d is the pleasing re sult of the lialf >varV operations. Other intercsliiift'details are siven in the directors' report, which states:-"The quality of cream re ceived, _ rlfi'XSi.tlbs producing 224,743J>5lb.hutter, while UK">, lbs'fat were paid for, amounting to /s;559 6s Id, The s«p]\l_v showed an increase ot" 17ton> Tcwt Ulbs against the corresjiondinv; jvriod. The shipments to I.o:ulon amounted to .>.> tov.s. which realised satisfactory }*uv«. the balance loins' soid in Mel'v.ime and locally at good rates. The profit for the half.year, after allow ing for depreciation on building* and machinery, is 16s 7(5. Your directers express their satis...

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District News. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

District News. (I'rom our Corres|ion<IentO MACORXA. The marriiiKo of Mr Arthur I.onl, tin- well-known nceounUnt i\t tin- Farmers' t'o-0|>or;>tive Stores, is ;innoiineeil to take i>Uuv at the Church of Kujil.uul. Kliuore, on Thursday, March .'nth. to Mis Aunie Kotthofl, toriuerlv ot AHmu'v Imt for the i>.i"t seven yca'.s .1 re-i dent of tlie Klmore district. The ceremony will Ik- (>erformcd l»y the Rev M. lMrr.uuv, only the intimate friends Iieing present.

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (Uj "IvUAlitMliS, ") \vl aiH.ilt. r nmluhtil mu Ui the seom l"gi\ discussion ol bitter pit in aj.pK> ha> been made available 1U the Mvutul upoii by Mr. L). M'Alpine, win. .wa» appointed by the Federal Go vernment aiul the Government oi Vic totia to investigate iho disease. In it Mr, ateAlpino Uiscnsso* the theory thai hiiur pit i.s caused by poison, such ;u» ..v.ay.ng »uh aisemcal Compounds, nut I giv»-s evidence in Mippoit. Tho true t eaiiM-, iio Ilii-ikh, ii\s m tiio lluetuating conuilu»ns i»i tempeialuiu and humid .:.v, which produce invgulunlies in the liaii-puauou, and, in tlio case of tho gioumg upph , di ratigoment aU> ot the vascurar nut work. It is a tuncWoiial di*;u<ban>v oi of use in (ho ciiM.- «iJ oaticer, and not the uhul.-saio snivelling, drying and with ering due lo tho failure of tho supply ot water to tho apple as a whole or o* .wthdrawal. Mr. M'Alpino adds thai. (mIU storage experiments have conclus ively proved that it appl...

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

MiiAn. A ' meeting of those interested in the Mead 'Public.'Hall was held on Monday nightwhen a financial statement covering a period of 10,'= months to 31st December, was pre sented , and which portrayed a' very satisfactory position. Liabilities, inclusive of a profit of £'J4 .is 2d, account for a total of £30H 14s IOd, made up of Hank of Victoria £b5. 5s Sd; del>entures ,:£l 10, sundry creditors ^33 '6s. The assets in clude hall at cost ,£239 16s Sd-, land at cost £ 10 13s 4d, plant at cost £.57 2s 7d and cash in the hands of the treasurer £\ 2s 3d. A comprehensive report stated, unionist other things:- " During the 10J:i months that the hall has been open your committee has lx/eti able, thanks to the generous way ill which the public have siip]>orted our entertainments, to meet the entire cost of the builning and fur nishings, and our only creditors to day are the Hank of Victoria and our debenture holder?.. . . The constitution provides that four committeemen retire e...

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SULPHUR AND POTATO BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

SULPKUR AND POTATO BLIGHT. Dining the pa.>t two sea.M>»ii» (^J>" the .Mark I>«no K.xpre-v-.) <-xi>^tiuirnt.s have been dirceted lo tho diilieult- <|U« w. lion »»i' finding wniu- means of freeing contaminated land from the potato blight. VuriouB applications were tried, such sis an extra application ot Miperphojiphute, an- extra application of Milphate of jK)tuhIi, and of muriate ot potash. In one plot eaeh tuber was } planted in a handful of wet sawdust, and another plot m:eived Mowers ot Milphnr at the rate of 01 cut per aero. The beat result was obtained with the sulphur, whero not only wa» tho am ount of disease reduced to Jess than one-half of tliat in tho untreated plots, but tho total yield, was higher than in any other cow. 'This result confirms previous experiments carried out at C'lifden, which have always shown that sulphur added to tho boil increases the yield of potatoes and diminishes tho attack of scab. Similar results have been obt...

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HORTON. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

HORTON. TKNNIS. A match lietween the Horton and Mead }? teams was ]>layed at Mor ton on Saturday lu>t. and resulted in a victory for Morton by -0 ir.imes. I'dlowins are the scores : -X. Martin :i:ul H. Hird boat O. Sharj>c and I,es. Peel, *)-5: beat C. M*Donald and I.es. Peel. 9~S: liert l,eti. Peel and M 'Wliae, 9-2: bc.it Peel and M'Whae, 9-2; beat Chal mers and .Stewart, 6-2. A. florne man and G. Hildebrand l>eat l.en. I'cel and M'Whae, 9-1; l>eat I.cs. Peel and O. Sliarpp. 9-7; beat Stewart and Chalmers, '>-1. J. Horncnian and R. More beat Chal mers and Stewart, 0-1; lo>t to C. M'Donald and O. Sliarpe, $r9. D. D. Kehrinjr and S. .More lost to Leu. Peel and M'Whae, 7-9: lost to Chalmers and Stewart, 6-9. Gents" totals.-Horton, S7: Mead, 54. Misses Pehritij; and I. Morris bent Misses Sutherland. 6-2: beat Misses Sutherland and Strahan, 6-4; lost to Misses Guy, 0-6. Mrs Uonieman and Miss K. More lost to Misses Guy, 3-6: lost to Misses Stralian and Sutherlan...

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

MELBOURNE LETTER (Kroin Our Spcciul CVmvs|xm<Jont) Who shall longer-contend that v mon should not. luivo a say in the mak- j mg ol .airs, itihI generally regulating ! nut tots pertaining to tlio public wen I? I I ho tourloenth annual conference of I the AttMrj>l;w«i| AVoujoiif Association 1 has shown them capable of inking very sauo_ views of questions that are in the toreiront of progressive measures tho betterment of people ami insti lions. Kugentas, than which there nothing more important among tho developments of modern striving for ' greater otl'icionoy w.xi hamlled in n eommendably common sense manner. Tho need for n wider knowledge nf tho ravages of ft disease which is respon sible for tho condition of 76 per cent, of fho inmates of Victorian a>yhmis, :wid which in other rospeoty contributes t«> an iiumensurable extent to tho mis or* and nnfitnow of humanity, wax ro , cognised by theso ladies. And tltcro wore many other similar mutters dis cussed. and tho ...

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LIKE THE STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 13 March 1914

. LIKE THE STARS. il\.v teeth aro like stars, gushed tho lovo-smitten youtli/^ III an outburst of joyous delight. And when they were married, ho found 'twas tho truth, Liko tho stare, thoy camo out ovory night.

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