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MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

MARKETS. Mulltonrno, Tuesday. WtlKAT AND OJ'HHIt PHODUOH. Wheat.-Tim ni«rkot has boon dull, and whilo oiiVring aro not very h*»avy tin- demand m limited. I'arcoW iav t>,» qmmd at Mu>ut ifyyj a.long*ido, »ml fanners' lots in tho country on the basis v.f $;s-J to not. r Umr,-The avu>ciatum prioo for buUetV JijiK remains at Xli) ueJivorod. Hvan n»ul IVHnrd.-Tho market is :i>v, r<^Sf(uar>« offering to Mill at a con* I'SI.UJI (111 (ho iussoomtlon of XV» ilii. - * i'Jit* t(n;ci of ihu market is ui.'t. t'l.nii- )>4Hhy is m uvr rrnumi, tu uiih qwahty }.< only f>panugly Hup ,|U'l- Knghsn malting mqim, U at lo ati, .«||<| good aC 3;»1 to .V m-.iU'iaiV busiiuvsjj bus neon -in. u, trim hngusa -«t y. fvmw ape maU.ng i> tjuoiixl ju 2,\ to ..«» ^«mi at j,::j -/a. i-oed cJhjmi ... .«w,mu »a. WK» ta 1/U lor lli<« W.UlipJ. t><ns. i (<s. j,ii*r)»!.; i> ijiijoter, buyer* '.'ing Willi.nit ui jutnuu, t.. Time ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE LADIES' DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

TIM I.ADIF.S' DIVISION. T'le concluding match in the ladies' division of the tournament came off at Kerann last Saturday. .The contestants were Mead and Keraiijf. After an exciting frame the Mead ladies were declared the winners by five games. AQUATIC. Mr. !.', Iv. lieaure paire, the well-known organiser and instructor of swimming to the Ivducation Department, will visit Cohuna oil Wednesday of next week to give a demonstration in swimming.

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MODERN MEDICINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

MODERN MEDICINE. Il any man in *iekuo>K (In doctor (Hiinc5 mikI tAlka of ^-niis ami (juntas .so/no J^atin v.rb>, and t>u)s tlia. thrru on all lour-., and eat some and herb*. Tlx* doctor hnvo wiieh freakish our«« thnt man by proforenee endures hi* hicknufts %r)u 1 e he enn ; He'll nur->o his bruino# and hU gall* in soli tude, where ho recall* this yood, ol l fashioned plan. in olden daya-ala*, tbcyVo sped!-tho «»ok utan could re main in bed and groan and kick tviih zest; tho doctor cuino find j;ave him dopo, and Miid: ''You'll soon bo weil I hope, but what you neod is rest!' Ah, yes, my frionda, in by-yono time, Hie sawbonw*, with his hkill sublimo, would order rest and p»aw; but now ho tester*.to your cotieh and *ay& yon aro » lazy slouch, and orders olbow (?reaio. "Get out of that," ho stern ly erit"», to him who'ts sick, '"tak* ex orcise! Go out nnd climb a l< Liro in a t^nt, sleep on tho j£in.v ! < out the sulphur and blue iuhkM C bu*y ub...

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TENNIS. KERANG AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. FINAL CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

TENNIS. . KtiRANG" AND DISTRICT AS SOCIATION. FIX A I, CONTESTS. The final gents' contest in con nection with the above Association Tournament came off between Kooiulrook and Cohnna at the Co lumn court last Saturdav. There was an unusually large attendance of onlookers, and the play was watched with keen and critical interest. The Cohuna players had been hopeful of winning the final from the circumstance that it was to be played on their own court, but the event falsified this anticipa tion. The contest was productive of some excellent play 011 lx>th sides. The Columa men were "brilliant in patches;" but the play of Koon drook was more sustained and con sistent. Although Kooudrook won the day by the narrow margin of 5 games out of a total of the opinion was general that thep wou 011 their merits, and were heartily cheered at the conclusion of the play. Afternoon tea was served up by the local ladies, and a notable series of matches was brought to an enjopable finish. Following a...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BARB WIRE MAIZE CUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

BARB WIRE MAIZE CUTTER. A Qinniilaud dairy farmer wmds .ilony a description ot a duvico ho lias hit upon f*>r culling his mai/o hy moans j uf barb wire: -"It i.s .simply moes-nry,-' i lie .nays, 'iur t)io horso to which thu { wire is hitched to bo led round thu | bivak it i* proposed to cut, so that tho svm», in its forward motion, v>A\ bo kfpt cutting. Kv«»ry. stalk will- bo ;iiv. n iinto iho ground, with not a root disturbed. Wherever a littlo hillock .has been thrown up abovo the surrounding surfaces, tho bar>> will saw right through it. ' On tbi*tlca it was a failuro, uh tho buita tjecuino pluggid with tough Rrand. For »tiw reason some improvements on tho barb eiplo can bo generally appliod. A demand for .such an appliitnco nhould certainly bo met by tho manufacturers, [n tho meantimo much good work can bo performed by tho barb* wiro 10 tho hands of a practical man." .laith's Kelly. aged 78 rears, a ru tin, d farmer, living at Isar-nar-goon, cut Uia throat with a pen...

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BUTTERMILK FOR LAYING HENS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 3 April 1914

BUTTERMILK FOR LAYING HENS There is will a good deal lo bt» leurnt- about tho economic disposal ot tooil product* which may otherwit** b« wanted, or, at best, turned to very littio profit. A sorie* of experiinont* ill Annrica with buttwmiik, in tho courso oi a tr.al oi vUVct of ani mal tood upon pullets, suggest that, compared with boot scrap* or grouii bono, or no animal matter at all, but toruiilk Ls o) uoiu»:dvr«iblo valuo for tho encouragement, of laying. Dairy far mers and others will do well to tako nolo of this. For tho purposes of th<i investiga tion (ho lots of tweaty-tivo pullet* tt'evu tested. All had wholu grain and dry mash supplied. No. 1 had its annual food in m« form of buttermilk, given a> drink, as ihi- cainc easily out hist, both in tho number of egg* pro duced Irom October 1st to Ai'ril liu^h, vvlun the experiment wius discontinued,y and in tlio cost ot iocding per dozen eggs. Trio total eggs were 2010, or nn.as-erago of si.O m s«ren months, and tho...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS K ".\inbn>sm»' A geneial .donation "f [ho newest st\K-«, .-hows t ti:» t tho t fiitli'iK* y is in favour fit cutaway and rounded coiilfi. Neatly i vri v now taiho made costume »s t'.-ini, shaped after this fashion. Many thevoaU nuiRo from vl'J to ,'M inches in length. Tin* Waistcoat is the natilial COnseijUOncO Of f fllS CUf-aWny coat. ami may, therefore, bo expected in varying fotois. Many <»f the^o w;,:-u enais aro cut with wiy tonj; ends sharply slanted, the slant running downwards iu front t*r towards fh«' sides. There are itlso novelties in . h.» backs ni* many of the new coals. I'leat oil panels hare arrived, and there Is tho very loo>,> etleef, as it' the coat wort' cut f;» hang *{mit<» inv.'iv J'rom the figure. Nat row sash end's may b« style! as something extia. Th« st- are bunight from cither scam at tho side ami loosely knotted at tho of the wni»»t. Tho ediies are sometimes tin Hum! with a bread. buhl, »c.< Mopin...

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COST OF FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

COST OF FOWLS. How many poultry farmers have dt> Jinite knowledge of what their stock actually cost them to rear? Very few. That is tho opinion of -Mr T. J. Brier jy, who, according to n lanners' bul .'?.tin issued by tho New South Wale* Department of Agriculture, fouml pro fit in tho business. Mr Brierly stated: -My first batch of chickens uns hatch id on July 15). and there were further hatches every Jew days until the end i'l September. They were fed on a plain diet of <. l iK-k* <1 >nai/.(, wheat, titan, pollard, meat meal, bone meal, :md a little oil euko, no imifch being given until they were a week or a .o:*tnight old. By the end of .Sep tember, I \v.\< treating witii 8tH) hond of various ag»'-» mid about. Mpi d number*, of each se.\. They comprised White Leghorns mid Bhck Orpingtons, they were abou« oU per cent. of the latter. The co-»t of h'od up to that date to tall»yi i'-S O.'l. l''roni October J to November 7. tie- additional cost '...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

^Terribly Tempted. A 8EIIIAL STORY BY" V ANNABEL GRAV. CH.U'TKIt X. ''Alifta Dickson ^vuis l>e»fc oil utiluki iiig the nystory your earlier history is uuvu)o|ic<i ill," tlio Ciiluui'l snitl, i-oolly -almost scornfully. "0»1 flin wretched!" cried Lenore, desperately. lht» peai-up pain and tears of lung hours, finding vent ai last. "I'm not used to lino ladies and Lhe'r ways. I lu\ti> them, nud j will leave Alyrtlo Lodgo to-night J" jlero w;i> his opportunity, "Where will jutt gor" Ik- asked grnvoly. "I dou*t know, or eiirc imicli, lot that ni.v-fer, . . {.Everything-»-veiy ono hatis mc-.>0 that L don't nam to live. WAV," clasping her bauds, "when -o many chikireu died, did (he.. &lmro mo!" "WllUC' 'Hi:' I'ales'r Tlu'V Spared vott for my delight. Ignore; but let us , l)i? practical at. once. <.Vuh* iudoois ami ho will arrange >omething. .Mis> Dickson is entet la mi up: the curate ami feeding on Inuh buiis like the boar at the Zoo-and tea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

Easily the Easiest Motor Cycle for the Rider! There are many reasons why the New Hudson Motor Cycle is the easiest to ride-easiest to handle-easiest to control and look after. Briefly because it is British built-strong in the finest parts can't possibly get rattley. Beautifully sprung-giving the maximum of comfortable riding over rough roads. Sensibly equipped with handy lever and controls and large roomy footboards. The New Hudson is absolutely reliable. At present we are selling direct imported machines below city prices. Pleased to demon 3trate to . intending buyers. 2 VA, and 4 h.p., with side cars, just imported. John M'Kay&Co The Progressive Stores, Pyramid Hill. G. Palmer, MAILMAN All parcels carried by the Echuca mail cart will be left at Mr. R. A. Hutchinson's, Column. JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohiina Store and Butter Factory. Autumn Show of Millinery and Costumes. MISS STEWART, Head Milliner, has just returned from visiting l'ie j WAREHOUSES in MELBOURNE, and has select...

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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. 3rd April. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

I-CHUCA STOCK MARKET. 3rd April. Shackell, White & Co. report: A good yarding of fat cattle for ward for to-day's sale, all classes represented, including several pens of good useful bullocks. The at tendance was Rood and the bidding brisk. We effected a total clear ance at the following prices :-Fat bullocks, prime, to j£ll Is; fat bul locks, good, £i0 to ,£l0 6s; fat steers, prime, £s Is to .£8 19s; fat steers, good. £l 7s 6d; fat cows, prime and heavy. ,£8 17s £9; fat cows, good to £7 lis; fat cows, medium to £6 7s. 6d; fat cows, aged /4 .17s; fat heifers, prime light, £l 5s; fat heifers, good £t 8s; heifer vealers, 6 months, prime £-1; bull vealers, 6 months £l 13s; steers, 3 years old, good sorts, for ward, £6 7s 6d; steers, 2 years breedy, 1,5 5s; young store cows, good order, L3 7s; heifers, coining 2 years, good sorts, 1,2 6s; small calves 15s; aged springers close to calving, and good. sorts, L4 Is. Sheep-627 head forward for sale, including several pens of useful m...

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FOR THE CHILDREN. THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

FOR THE CHILDREN. 'i'JAKUE'S NO PLACE LIKE HUAilC. . ' like tho old-fashionod 80*gs bcst,"r said grandfather.* -."bing 'Homo, Sweet Homo/ darlings ; that's the song for. mo," ? -. "Very well, grandfather/we-will,1*, said Julia, readily. "G'oino along-, Phemie, you^aro chief songstress, you. know* I will play tho accompani ment." They had fresh sweet voices, these two young girls. and as the light of the naded lamp fell full on tlioir bright hair and pretty ovening frocks, they mado a picture that might Have satis fied other eyes, besides those of a lov ing grandfather. .4j'here's uo pla<>* like 1huu»!." TJic words wero stiil echoing throng!) tlio room as Pliemio returned to her seat, only to find her plaeo occupied by Jack, who had spread his "rubbisn," an Pho mio called it, all over the table at : which sho usually sat. / | "Clear it away, J'aok I" she said, with a littlo imperious wavo of her hand. "I cannot havo all this trash litterod over my- work table." "Trashl"...

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COHUNA STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

COIIUNA STOCK SAI.E. William Wallace &'Co report: We yarded 70 pigs, 20 fat sheep and 100 mixed cattle. There was a large attendance and nearly a total clearance of all lots offered at fully late Rood prices. Pigs suckers sold from 17s to 25s; slips 25s to 36s; laiye store £2 5s to £2 10s; porkers £2 15s. Fat heifers ^4 15s to ^5 15s; fat cows light, £6 to £l\ 2yr old steers £3; 1 liyr old, Ll 17s 6d; store cows £4, poddies, from 20s to 25s; springers £5 18s springing heifers £4 to £7 5s; aged fat merino ewes 12s. Tur key gobblers 9s each; liens 9s pair; roosters 3s 6d pair; dncks 4s.

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THE MANAGING WOMAN. HER PASSION FOR HOUSEHOLD REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

THE MANAGING WOMAN. IIEH PASSION IVOR HOUSEHOLD KUt'OKM. I i-nee, ivuKiiks a writer in n Lon d«m periodical, know a charming girl, Wm only Muter of six hrotnors mid tho only daughter of a widower father. N.ie "ran ' this niit.vmliiio household- * much to tho masculine housenold'a ben elU. IVrhap.-, .she was a horn milling »»i uj.m j perhaps hbo had only cul tivated that art through force ot cir cumstance-,. Hut she WAS certainly a manager<.sr>--and know it. Sim know her own elliciency. Sim knew what w.i:» good for men and she k.iew what m n Idced-which is not al ways tho samo thing, as all women are award Sho lurnw tue .small weaknesses »'i" ix hnt!.r.Ji'l a "darling old fVii.-h' r," ..»",( k{:"w ejyicMy ill* .1 i.' .* .u;d rv.ado it her Or-'iie-t.-i f«t m?;* !!;:(' * "l.'-v Flimi'd ll IVH >lUL nl iier Ine ronsjstrd hugely ni what .>ho call'd "making plans" - mostly plans ior iier meniolk. Tins, I am convinced, is tlm ono invariable sign by wiiich you may Jell th...

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KERANG STOCK MARKET. 3rd April. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

KKKAN'G STOCK MARKKT. 3rd April. Andrew S. Muir & Co. report having' hold their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards on the above date, for which they yarded 370 sheep and 186 cattle. Cross bred weaners were in strong de mand, and prices ruled firm at best late rates. Fat cattle met with keen competition, and prices ob tained were a shade in advance of late sales, all classes of store cattle met with a ready sale at late ruling rates. We effected a total clear ance at the following prices:-cross bred weaners, forward to fat 14s to 14s 9d, merino ewes ajjed 12s 6d. Fat cows, £6 17s to £s 7s 6d, the latter price being obtained for a very prime cow fattened by Mr T. White, Kerang, the purchaser be ing Mr H. Ii. Pye, Kerang, others, £6 Ss to £6 10s; beefy cows £5 2s 6d; fat heifers A4 to £5 Is; fat steers £5 3s; cows and vealers, £s 3s; 3yr old bullocks, store condi tion, .£5 5s; 2'ayr old do ,63 lis; lMyr old steers, low condition, £l 9s; store cows £l 17s; 2yr old heife...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

NEWSHUMMARY.^ VS.. Keport* linvo boon received at Perth to liio that tho Prysdalo ttiver Mission has boon destroyed by blacks, and tho nmedonnries murdered. After a collision outside Sydney Heads with another coastal vessel, tho Meamer ihtnmore was beached in :i sinking Condition. A (Queensland -1 per cont. Joan of £-,(".0,000 whirh had been underwritten for is^uo at C1H>, has been floated. When applications closed, it was found that thi? is:me had been subscribed fourfold. A scaling vessel met with disaster otT Newfoundland. Thirty men worn reined from an iee-lloo after Ihe steam er had stink, hut .>'> men wore found dead. A large meeting of the employees of 0 it y warehouses formed a Defence League, the purpose being to resist Trades'- Hall unionism ami safeguard their own interests. The revenno collected at tho Custom* House on Aj-rj' " ' r-'.ntod li'evoii Ui\ *1 ii > .CoOil/i'.'/0; i I; -vi.Jirrij;'-. i Mx/a'/V. ' */ ' Til- period . . arantiu.! to which j-w^ger* w lu...

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO PIG MARKET. 2nd April. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

COMMERCIAL. BENDICO PIG MARKET. 2nd April. Mason Bros report:-A good yarding of all classes of pigs for ward for to.day's sale. There was a Rood demand for all pips of prime quality, and prices were a shade firmer than last week's good rates. Quotations-Best baconers £4 to /'4 4s; medium do. £i 12s to £$ 15s; light do. £3 3s to £i 10s; porkers £l 9s 6d to £3 4s; suckers 13s to 17s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

Professional. A CARD. Dr. Nankivell, lias removed to his new residence in Channel-street, Cohuna, Ami in future may be consulted there. < .I'MitrtVf.K visited on Sale Days. DR."'"" J. W. Christopher, M.A.C.D., D.D.S., N.W. UlliV., , U.S.A. SCRGEON V DENTIST. [ to Vi..irnat.e lhat he li.is " purchased the practice of Mr - k. W'c-lhr.ar., of Kerang, and r;iv he consulted for all classes of Lental Work, at Mr Wellnian's li'te premises, Wellington-street. 1 opposite Exchange Hotel) Kerangr. Crown & Bridge Work a Specialty Visits Cohuna every Alternate Week. Jas Richards, LL.B liarrisf' - ;nd Solicitor, Victoria. Solicitor, Proctor and Attorney, New South Wales, ictoria-street, Keratin, next Com mercial, Hotel, 'Phone 61. . and at Swan Hill, 'Phone 18. ' Visits Cohuna monthly on Sale ays and on Court Days when re quired. . Roondrook and Barliam ,t'-.>rtnighly, on Tuesdays - Court lias's. Trust moneys to Lend. Wilton, Colles, and \Vi!!an, (Established 1852.) r irrist...

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MEAD. STATE SCHOOL, CONCERT. A CROWDED ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

MKAD. STATK SCHOOL, COXCKRT. A CROWDED ATTKNDANCK. The concert and (lance in aid of the funds for beantifyin c and equipping the Mead State School came off on Wednesday night- There was a crowded at tendance. The chair was taken by Mr; j. M'K. King, J.P., who, in the course of his opening remarks, urged the parents of the children to co-operate with the School Com mittee in the important work of ad vancing school interests. The fol lowing programme was then sub mitted, and was received with cordial appreciation, which found expression in frequent outbursts of applause.:-Opening chorus, "The Mighty Norseman," by the Child ren; " Nursery Rhymes," by the smaller children; recitation, "Mrs. Potts, Miss K. Rust. The two action songs. Tramps," by three boys, and Flower Girls," by three g:rls. was pretty and effective; as was also another action song by the girls. Japanese Fan." Hilda and and Winnie Rust sang, " The Two Dolls" nicely, and Miss Boucher also contributed a song. Then came " T...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 10 April 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flomington.") Kocont ndvioos fropi tho Sydney «ido indicato that Kathlea ha.s to sonio ox tent weakened in tho estimation of the public in connection with iho JJonoas ter Handicap, it, i.-., however, not. suggested that there u anything amiss with i{atbh.*a. Probably, his retro gression is duo in th*> main to tho tart that other candidate* have become- pro minent. in tho calculations over Un< big milo raou. Aurifer, tor instance, is now a much fancied arik-Ut, ami thero can ho no donbt that tho Caul field Cup winner represent* a decided danger. It is possible that Ami/or will ho at soiuo di.<«adrantago in having to do without tho services of ill-fated W. IF. Smith, but if a rider can ho aecurtd to do him justice, tho Klavus horw in bound to run. Kegarding tho Victorian lot in Uih Doitcask'r Handicap, it will not Mir priso mo to sen <j«ld /Iron turn «»t tho bos»t of them. Tho Malater colt tan consistently well all through the Autu...

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