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The Easter Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

The Easter Holidays. The liaster holiday.-; passed off quietlynncjunevent fully ut Cohuua. The population-and the artistic de velopment of the district is yet, it seems, too small to admit of an at tempt at a local sacred concert for Good Friday. Yet it is safe to say that had such a concert been or-; ganised, with say, choruses and solos from any of the sacred ora torios or cantatas as a leading fea ture, it would have drawn with de light hundreds of people, and com manded quite a respectable amount of door mono}-an amount finite large enough to have paid the ex penses of several first rate soloists from liendigo. As it was the people sat listlessly about, or slept, or went fishing, from sheer lack of a more inviting programme. There were special services at all churches on JCaster Sunday. Cran mer Church, Cohtiiui, was taste- J fully decorated with flowers-the alter with white cosmos, that . seemed to almost convert it into a conservatory, and the pulpit and reading desk with a ri...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE OUTBACK WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

THE OUTBACK WOMAN. (Bv l'nrafli( in Auckland ''New*.");., j lilt* *par§ h»ed i* paid to tho**» now numerous settlers located nt what lor lack of n ; hotter t-crm is called tho outbackbS. .V'-v In well-populated countries ^hereiii. cojn paratively .decent, metalled. r<>ad* .Vre: loaned, and by means of winch the ordinary" travQllei^ derives his viows ol | agricultural and pastorol lU«f .thoro is "littlo to arrest attention beyond the j passing recognition of n wnnowhat »oh j tary existence which is to a grwit ex ( tent compensated by a /Yecdoru frrmi I town: conventionalities find by pictur esque rural surroundings that Appeal to the majority of mankind. In Mich locution* tho settlors arc ot'len to bo envied. for they enjoy « lift* healthful in tho extreme! art- fairly well entered for by country storekeepers, receive their mails at mated periods. ;?ml ex cept during tho most part vt ihe a inter soi>thv ar»' enabled to emnfor'ably tra wl and congregate at the cu t"jn...

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THE EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

THIv RVICNTS. Farmers' and Tradesman's"Trot.'1 -North's Fair Roy J, Maxwell's Brownie 2. H. Ponton's Silvy 3; Maiden Footrace.-First heat: J. Stockdale 1. A. Lazarus 2/ J. Whyte 3. Second heat: R. Fair burn 1, Butler 2. Final: Stock dale 1, Lazarus 2. Mile Footrace.- M. O'Darc 1, W. Blakey 2, G. Ryan 3. Mile: Walk.-r Stockdale ' 1, W. Craig 2, W. Garner 3, W. M'Grath 4, F. Lester 5. A protest lodged against ? the three first was held - over- till the next committee meeting. , : ^ Cutting Turk's Head.-W. Blakey 1, | Figure Kight-X.Martin 1, -vMv | Maxwell 2. I Stepping Unknown Distance - | A. Lazarus .1, MY Maxwell:, and I Brown tie for 2nd. I | Bowling at Wicket-F. Lester J. Sheaf Tossing-J. Keely jnr.'. and J. Owens divided 1. Novelty Poiiv Trot.-J. Craig's Ivisn 1, T. Hore's Creamy , 2. Handicap Trot.-M. Mnnwell's Brownie 1, Wihterbottom's Jack 2, T. North's Fair Boy 3. Tugs-of-War-F. Lester's team 1 Sheep Guessing. - Live and dressed weights Mr Stirling 1.

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PIG-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

PIG-RAiSlNG. ir" lUim: u, c.,)i.s,'(|,?r M I v"ii luuv 11 ,ii ,;"v Hi,,, ""t t|",, "t niiMiis in a sl.v. \ CLLN M IIM> y»nir >uiplus low! to belter adv.m tag.« by buying up s«oli Mieker.s or sin, ;fs «»'* gonoralfv uml fatleimu ;«.'»» t«r market,. .Any tanner wh. keep* a cow or two w>ih the neco.ssan pa<hu>c.< tan easily and cheaply arran a nin, by hxing wiro netting,* ?av t loot Muh, round his paddock; ST»tti of ^-mch mesh and ,>f ihielc'gaug© .'Oil, *ind pig-raising will soon recoup Uio uniijiv, and aIiow a -substantial pro Having provided tho run, tho next work i* to select tho f.ow, or sows, and .\ho\o all filings f>o careful not to over .«o it . Matty farmer.* can run ono sow '"i their .>urpJu.< i<»ixl «.]}(> runnot pro lu:i My ke*p two. It is not so much the keeping of tho i\\»» .smv>. but tho rearing oi their progeny io tho 5u>*t advantage. I »i<> urn like t ho larger broods. [ would .M'kv...

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AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. An of t-ho South Afri can di.si .M- k.,.nv»'«« or lame &»*». WW** tl.at It » du» t.' « swecia! plant poisou that is (.cntniU S? abnormal conditions hi «£. or oilier plants tlmt are normally J1'"'"" less It« development seems to uo ah suciatwl with miuMial weather andsoil oxi'cricnets, of which summer <lrou«ht Important. Through Mich conditions uiltmff would favour t it, formatien uf tlio loiton. and this givesretaliation for t\io common belief that the diseaii results from «ating wilted plants.

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. .PI; .it. > J nK it J U.l f.A.Z.) M'll troJll in ? aeh till-', .Many resident a«o alarm <>i. and consjd« rablo property is in ilang r iii damage or ruin. A hngiw liahmi count, by means ol m.iirimi? 11:a 1 advertisements, carried on corre*ponde»ne wuh ot?0 society girls. «-ni- ot whom w:i> it primes. Ilo has !m-i;n «nvsi;il. Having lost a propellor on Saturday uigln beewvi'u Cape Otway and tho IIc.hK Iho carpi steamer Largo Law Mil-. toned jui" Port J'billip oji Mon day. At tho I'nliiK .<! Labour Conference, held ia Meiiiournc on Faster Monday, ii- «n> ayjved lo suggcM to tho Trades Hall ('iiiim-m! the organisation ot' t!».' police mto an indusiiial organisation. In a motor-cycling road race at tloul 1'iirn the u inner covered I Oil miles ui L' hours. ()ni> tit' tho riders finished with in- broken baud hound lo tli-' hand!e-l>ar. T. Ht'ic,.( w ]),> n;,s attache;! by s-I'mw, liliu ^N on tho evo *»t' his de |i:iiiinv i\ r Aiivtra...

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SOLACE OF READING. LORD ROSEBERY'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

SOLACE OF READING. I.OIU) IIOSKBKKY'S ADVXOE., The Kari of Kosebery visited Glas gow aiul was present- at tho Royal Tivhnical College to witness tho cere mony of receiving tho new associates. In the course of nu address, ho said: As regards your own avocations, pro tV-sions, and handicrafts that you aro going to pursue, i will only venturo to give you .this piece of advioo - throw ail your energy and your pride into your craft, perfect it, and exult- it bv vour devotion. ll.v doing so you will infinitely extend your own talents, and you wiil raise your whole conception of a life devoted to tho profession which you have chosen. It is only by unit ing these high ideals to tho practice of liie that any success under any cir cumstamvs can bo attained, .Iu>t consider for a moment. It you re gard your own avocation as a daily grind/only meant to grind money out. for your own Mipport, it census to have any good influence on your life, and 4»3 vour connection with n grows longer a certai...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER ] our Sj'Oiiai Cm tv-jum<lent.) lm- u v- an <i k .» i-omuKion wiU xlu' S .111 U'U -y>,v m aIV 1 ill Ikisli ,-<i .). ..ij .u.il h|i>iu of iUo Director |>o;UitiK tbv >vnt' J''13- il slwUv thai '.hi- MimV-r oi *U\> schools wiu 211'". r. in}>i mu^ lV;U lull-tiino ami l>«* pari: m.> m-|ioo!>. Duuua iho yeai .-ciui.'U wero added u> il>o roll. »nc M w-r** struck oil. Of tho 2120 dn> ><'hot>is in operation, nut- fewer thnr :iiv maintained for an average at tendance <u 2U pupil> or loss, Th« expimhtmv per pupil in small school? is tiiu> voiv iM>a\v, amounting in some (.a-'s it> a^ iinti-li as I'll per child foi espeiw* of ta>uu<jiiuu ak»u«. Ueoonl le^i-lanon lias added mater ally to th« in.*: «u these srhooK tor, in order U m I'lini ;«rchci'.-. i'«»r thwu. il lias heei lKV«rv 1" im-lfti-. .!i- Rahir lr.s ntlered. Women liojui u-ju'liors o* ill: >ixth,...

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A MATTER OF PRECAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

A MATTER 011" I'liKCAUTION. j Olio day a very nervous, tini:<l-(»:0!\"ip£ woman, aw:oinp;miwl by a robust far mer mun, came on tlio of a j little railway station at a renioto c<;»« | try spot. For a short timo alio sct-m j ed to il.?voti' her attention to the tim-.' taW*», but not finding lur tlm satis faction sho sought, fchn stepped up to tho station-master as he eanir1 out of tho ollico. "Will you- please lull in" if tho JJ.lo has gono yet?'* she askf'd. in apparent crmti-nt. * about 20 miunt^ ago/Mio replitd. "And who.n will tlin l..10'conm alonj:, do jrtw thinks" ".Why, not for Mmi»» iim*> y«-t, of course." "Arc there any ex proN>rs-J»<-'foro then?" "No," "Not otio?" "Any luggage trains?" "No." "Nothing at'alii"' "Nothing what ever." "AT© yuu quito sure? "Cer tainly, I am, or I wouldn't lunrc said fo." VThen," said the timid woman, turning to her husband, "I think we'll crnss th<» tracks, William." O.oa't support your cows - lot...

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THE RUSSIANS IN LONDON. IMMIGRANTS AND REVOLUTIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

THE RUSSIANS IN LONDCK!. I.MMIOItANTS AN D JtKVOLUTION AKIKS. Mv 5>tcnhon Ornhnm in tho ''Daily Mail.") - iMr. Stephen (*rah;mi knows more about Russian lito and ehuractei than : a11v living Fmgli-dimun. Hi' lias tra veled all over Russia, living lor months with tho peasantry us one of them .selves, and In? 1ms de-cribed his adveu ture> in a series of vivid and masterly book.-,--"Adventure* in the Cau<.aMi>," .A Tramp's Sketches," .'Undiscovered Rn<si.i,'' ' Changing Russia," and ; 1 "With Russian Pilgrims to Jerusa lem.") I Nut infrequently on Wednesdays or ! Thursdays you nu«v see, down at the i dm-Us nt* Tower "Wluuf or Tooiev street, ! iiie disembarkation vi many hundred* ! of Russian peasant men and women I . tul ,1 rus and Jewess's out of a dm^y Raitic sJeanier. | I ho R u->iitns are in tho >lie«p>kms; th-.v have astrakhan caps on their ' or -'id peak h its. I h. y <uny ; t..n ';s on th-ir hacks, red -painted ' 1 \n '"their ha...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XII. ANTICIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

[ Terribly Tempted. SEIvIAL STORY ANNABEL GRAY. ClIAl'JEi; XII. AN'ncir.moN. "Ni* chemior qu'iiii ,H<r 4;<jiil."" To bent its wiui»s ai luip-.-'s goal." Leonard came at to her, after few days' separation. Ho hugcd ^ see hur. It might bo but a shori Kved passion with him; hut while -,t lasted it wn< a very anient one. "Men love .strongest, women long est," says the proverb. and now <.<rtit sucrned again transliguud. Tliie separation had but tanned tho mutual ilame; so dillViout. v»n:> it Horn Iho irrevocable parting. tlu> deliberate banishment that ihrn-i* a a.,m,-n au.u iuto diukuets for evei---Uio partisg that is pitiless as death and as ^ cold, with till us terror, and none ot <:> wilderness and the Soui shrivelled up as n scroll. Ho arrived hie one evening at Wil ton-place, and alter a wry kmdiy greeting, Mrs. l)e>avi goed-muuv*dt> gathered U}» 1MM- ci.weK h-avmg b:m and Lenoro alone. "Yoll will Sii'...

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INDIAN CATTLE CANE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

INDIAN CATTLE CAN In tbo Ulntvarrii djstriot, New South Wales, an experiment with Inciiai} corn lias been carried out at (Jorringong by Mr. Thos. Burko. Tills foddor has hitherto boon thought only suitablo for warm and humid climates, auc!i as tho North Coast, In Novombor, 1!J10, Mr. Burke obtained sufficient cutti>igx for a plot GO jc 30 foot, and planted <u drills (3 inches deep, >1 fevot apart. Tho cut tings w<re planted in pairs 3 foot apart on tho drills. Sim-o planting two out tings havo boon taken, and another is now ivndy, Ho found tho cano best where growth was concerned oight months after planting, and oqunlly good ai'ter each nuecossivo cutting. Tho ono planting is supposed to givo good results lur firm year*. From observations Mr llurko has found cattlo improve in oon dition when fed on it, and tuiro to it readily, though its milk producng qua. lities are not equal to maizo or luccrno. I'igs oat the stalks rc-addy and ihoy fat ten wnil when it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factorv Autumn Show of Millinery and Costumes. MISS STEWART, Head Milliner, has just returned from visiting all the WAREHOUSES in MELBOURNE, and lias selected a Very Choice: Assortment of MILLINERY-Ladies'Hats, in Felts, etc., the Latest and Most Fashionable Styles, the first of the New Season's Goods. COSTUMES. A carefully an-1 well-selected lot in the Newest and Most Fashionable CLOTHS, TWJvEDS, Etc. Latest Styles in all sizes. Fancy Work. MISS STEWART has paid Special Attention to this Department while in Melbourne, and has selected a Varied Assortment of TRANSFERS, CANVAS, SHADOW WORK, SILKS, Etc. Commonwealth JSfoBank of Hustralfa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY This Bank la open for »1I clam* of GENERAL BANKING BU8INE8S *t EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLL1N3 STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Tertli, IJchart, HrUbane, ftockhampton, Towmville, and London. CaWe remittances matle to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bill...

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PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. - Frvrjuenfc milking, but only x little at a iiin?, is found ono of the best pre ventives, t\nd for this reason leaving tho cuvli' with th© cow (seme say for 24 hours; hut for a week is hotter) is generally successful. As gross feed ers, good doers, and heavy milkers are muro liable, it is u good plan to take those off gri>un feed, and put on a spare diot of dry fodder a week before calving. About three or four days be fore calving a purgativo is advisable. For this, v.. glauher salts, 1 -w. gin ger, and a little treacle, in a qiiai*t of water, n-iJI be found etf'octive. Afl tho acoopted oure by means of pure air pumped into the udder seems to point to the fact that an anaerobic (without .Mir)* bacteria is thecauje, it i.; advis able on this and other grounds to vig orously disinfect floor ami T\alJs of byres, rugs, utensils, etc., and flush out tho eow. A milk-fever outfit, should always bo kept, so that pure air can ho pumped in, and tho udder and sur ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. COMPETING CHURCHES. (To the Editor of the "Farmers' Weekly"). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. COMPETING CHURCHES. (To the Editor of the " Farmers' Weekly"). Sir,- MY. Howicson misrepre sents the case of the discontinuance of the Methodist services in the M'Millans St.ite school. For the information of Mr. Howieson X will say here that money was available for the building of a Methodist Church at M'Millans, and the scheme would have been carried through but for the following facts: -(l) The small distance between the Cullen Congregational Church and the M'Millans school. (2) The desire of my church officers to re cognise the long period during which the Congregational Church has held services in the same dis trict. (3) The understanding that has existed between Mr. Baker and myself that the Cullen Church ade quately met the spiritual require ments of the people. (4) The earnest and serious efforts that our Denominational leaders are making towards Church Union. Regard ing Mr. Howison's statement that my services were discontinued for the reason that " AI.I, th...

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SOIL PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

SOIL PROBLEMS. Scientists have viewed tho properties of tho soil from many standpoints. At one iimo it was thought that tho solu tion of tho fertilising problem would bo found l»v tho return to tho soil of tho principal fertilising ingredients extract ed by tin* orop. This seamed simple enough, but unfortunately had to bo abandoned as unsatisfactory, an it lifo out 01 account tho complex nature ot tho soil and tho chemical, biological, and physical agencies, which all oxert intluences of a mora or less important character. Ot* late years those obscure agencies havo received more attention, ami Um importance of further investi gation seem to ho well warranted. Their study has heoomo nn established and well rceognisod part of tho soil prob lem. Bacterial activity's have, under tho light of modern science, been shown uo exert n great influence in soil pro ductiveness, iho kinds and abundance of tho bact*na carrying in tho func tions of fertility according to tho mut ability of their en...

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Ostrich Farming at Wharparilla. 366 NEW ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

Ostrich Farming at Whar parilla. 366 NI5W ARRIVALS. Ostrich feather farming promises to become a most successful indus try in the northern irrigation dis tricts, for while the climate and other conditions are suitable,' the possibility of providing for the birds an ample supply of lucerne and other such fodder is said to be most advantageous. The Wharparilla ostrich farm, which can be easily reached from either Gunbower or Rchuca by motor car or buggy, will no cfoubt become a great attraction, and the magnificent male birds, with their lustrous black feathers, contrasting markedly with the xvhit2 plumes also produced will be a sight worth-travelling a few miles to see. fifteen thousand pounds worth of these valuable birds ar rived at Kchuca on Good Fridey, from Coonamhle in New South Wales, en route for the new ostrich farm at Wharparilla. This stock was from the ostrich breeding farm of Mjssrs Sanderson Bros., who visited South Africa as officers in. the Australian military forces ...

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WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? It is a very common belief among fanners, rem-'ivks the "Scientific Am erican," that a post, will last longer if set in t ho ground tho reverse of the way it. grow ;n the tree; in other words, with tho ,Vutt end up. Accordingly, ono soes. many posts, especially end and gato-posts, with tho small end down. Tho supposition is, that sap in a true is always ascending; or, at least, tho? it i« easier for tho sap to go up than down. Consequently, it is arguod. turning a post upside down tends to prevent tho vise ot water, helps to keep tho wood dry. and therefore renders it loss liable to decay. As a matter of f;ict, sap (ir water can How in either direotion with equal facility, and the popular notion to the contrary is in correct. C:treful experiments on the relative durability of post, timbers have been made bv ilie Ohio Agricultural Experi ment Siarion. and the ahnv.- question was considered. Ono fence in particu lar cnituiucd loir bhiek lecust posts, ...

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COMMERCIAL. LUCERNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

COMMERCIAL. I.UCKRNB MARKET. H. S. Ward'-(Glover, Oniansand Co., Melbourne) reports, under 8th April :- On to-day's market, the only quotations tlrat can be given for lucerne chaff are of a, wide range, and roughly - cut green samples of lucetne chaff are selling at £3 10s to £3 15s, and better grades find their top value at £4 10s, with few sales to report. Any thing extra choice in lucerne hay, for a few trucks, would bring £3 15s, but a full supply would cause congestion, and a quantity of stuff would have to be stored or sold at much reduced rates. The outlook for the market for the remainder of this season is not very promising if we have to depend upon local sup port. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

For Sale. Two good secondlutnd ABBOTT BUGGIKS, nearly new, with hoods. AIm> first-class double Abbott. J. A. DEAKIN, KT'&ANG CAHRIAC.K lfACTORY, KKRANG. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE, Any Hour, Day or Night. W. E. Peverill, I'rivate Address; COUUNA Hotki.. Ajivfit for Famous l:ord Cars. Peerless and Precision Motor Cycles. Neptune Oils. MOTOR AND Cyci.k Rhpaius A Specialty. Guns. Separators and Sewing Machines t-epnirol. Accessories stocked. 'l'vres, R His, etc. S. F. Hyde lfor l'i>-to-date . . COACHPAINTING. SIGN WRITING, HOUSE DECORATING, AW ^ PAPER HANGING. Main Street. Cohuna. liSTIMATliS C.IVIiN. I luve taken over the Coachpaintintr Department of HaU\< Cohuna Coach tiuildinic Business* and all orders en trusted to him receive prompt and careful attention. Cooke Brothers, MA COR A" A. Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, "Beenie" horse and cattle runs. Send for cata logues. Blackstone Xew Way Oi! ljugines. ALSTONS' WINDMILLS. Apply. Cooke Bros.. Mareorna,...

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