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

MEAD. . Foxes are giving the settlers .a tremendous lot of trouble about here, and complaints are loud re garding heavy individual losses of turkeys and of poultry generally. Messrs J. Thorhurn, C. II. Mc Donald and J. H. Nicoll-not to mention many others-are among the victimised. _ So serious and an noying have these nightly depreda tions become that some of the set tlers are thinking about .giving up poultry kepping altogether. One settler, however, has managed to keep "his yard protected by the simple expedient of letting his vigi lant dog run loose at night. But this practice has its drawbacks. Righted lanterns are the latest sug gestion. The Committee appointed at the suggestion of the Premier (Mr Watt) to confer with the Govern ment over the local alkali question have not yet received any notice as to when they are cxpected to ap pear in town. There have been several changes in the personnel since the first nominations wore made; and one or two public meet ings and much discus...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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DITCHING WITH DYNAMITE. AN AMERICAN PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

DITCHING WITH DYNAMITE. AX A.UKKICA.N 1'I.AN. A great deal ;s hoing said nound.i.vs About ditching with dynamito,.says II. 1* ;-s \u. , "Farm, Stock ;>ml mi Ameii-' can farnuM's paper. In nearly fivojv ea>e tho ohcnpne,^ of tile ditches aim the ease with which I ho work is uccom p»i\hod are strongly emphas-S'Vl. In general, ditching with dynamite cheap, it i* quick, and in nearly all cums it i> . However. it' ono wishes to lay u'c in the ditch after it i* dug. dynamite should not ho used. Too mttoii of tho dirt, is blown a Jong distance from ilto ditch, and so scat ti i.-d i ha?, it ranimi, !,o g.i: hercd up <ii>! rdicd into tup ditch. HOW TJC) 00 AHOl'T IT, IF an open ditch of any considerable <dz<- is d-vtred. tho proies-s of digging >» with dynamite is ahoel as billows : - Fh>t. tlit* location of tho ditch is de termined either by tho 'hnr of flood water, or by some ono who understands Mi--' nso of the surveyor'.* level, II tho g...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

*0F RURAL INTEREST i.Hy "Ku.sticns.') At the time of writing the pio^peei;. lor allium.i ifo not rheiring. 'Jj» long-eontinii. ,i ,hyn 'rh and ni\Mit ol mornings Hint- .sugge*u th: appnft.h Ol li;uKi, p im ,(i it bud \Vl|.U>,\ * Thin applies pui vieularly to tho dairying indu-dry. TIm Western district t> I'idy in ii.dl «>, .mind ato rn:ii, whitih, il it fulls within the next w ek or so, miglu CMII.V' uu increase in tlio supply "I iniI!v mid butter. Otbenvi o it will be wry unlikely lluiu any uier-atie w-ll take I'l.K-n in i lie supply coming «o Ai. ill .111n,. triiiu i1i it quait'r until Juno or .Inly, The butter now coming u» .AI Pioiirtie from many factories i* very poor in quality. Owing to the Hindi MlpplUs oi cream in many parts of tlio country farmers' can* take lon ger, to. till, and, cousequ.-miy produce only very indiifmwt butter-^ v rOund - lions ore genVrnliy very dry along tli» Murray, J. »s limn oin..of ra in hav ng fallen in nine mouths. Tho irrigation areas n...

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

/otherwise spend it . Put your order in at once and pay witf the money y£ for the cutting of your chaff. Send ua your order before May 1st. Enclose £8 ONLY. ; We will ship the plant complete with Belt, Oil and Grease ate sh^wn here. Will also send a competent expert to set it up, start it, ap^ .^iiQw you how to > get the best results from it. / -C Then send us two of your p/ns for £45 each, one due and the other 1/2/16--making £98 in all and MUCH BELOW U3l}At/PRICE ON THESE TERMS. Cut your Chaff and get use out of the engine for odd aoW ge$£rally for nearly 2 years before you complete your payments. ' ; ,; .y . y . When you have completed your payments you owjn.an*j^|X1^A;-ijGOOD plant capable of many years of satisfactory service, you have paid for it would have otherwise been pai<#|>5^tfjstuttisig^cRaff. I Remember that the plant is the very best that money Will 'buy/ B6th engine and cutter are GUARANTEED TO EXCEED THEIR RATED CAPACITY. You are dealing with a "fai...

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

MOLLY (By "VnnitjiK.") .^.Alpljy stood at tho slip-rrulv, nv *i»!ur Oih\j "liguiV of,7i giri Rirando of hor unruly hair hoiosm Ik-i taee. Sho &hadod hop eyes with Jjor hand, and lookeil expectantly aiony tlio road. " leather ought to bo hero i.r now," she murmured. "1 womk;*what is keeping lum " . * I Molly's father had gone to "\i jiboumo i to secure tlio f.ervices of n nir.M n«;oued help. J'he last, one, a drunk' u, id!>: ! fellow, whose* idoa ol work had not co incided willi that ol the fai m.'i'.s, h.tvi ! IcU a fortnight previously, and no l«a\ii nivl being available, Mr. Watson de cided to try .sotiu of tho city agoncie^. Molly was put-ting up tn . siip-rail reluctantly, b 1'oro going bar.; to th*1 hou.se, when sho noticed a trying to destroy her trim piuosporum hedg#. "Shoo!" she oriod, clapping nor hands. The cow stopped iici depreda tions, and turned two mild b*.»v;no oyos towards tho girl, hut, thinking probab ly that no danger lurked in Ui.it/ quar ter, she roi...

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

GUNBOWER. Mr; W. Hartley, of the C.un bower Island, met with a serious accident here last Saturday after noon. He had been to the Gun bower store with a dray load of wheat when he met a traction engine. The horse became frightened, and Hartley got out to lead it past by its head. In doing so the animal plunged aside and knocked him down. Before he could recover himself the heavy wheel of the dray had gripped him, and passed over and along his pros trate body,. crushing him from shoulder to hip. He was picked up in a dangerously injured con dition, and hurriedly taken to the Kcluica Hospital for surgical treat ment.

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

TRAGOWKL. . - Notwithstanding the eftorts ot Mr. Mead and his officers to satisfy the irrigators of this district, tilings are still in far from a satisfactory condition. What the feeling w was expressed pretty forcibly by * Mr. T. B. Hercus, of Hayamm, in a letter read before the Tragowel Water Supply League at its annual meeting a week ago :-" I think," lie said, " there is much need of im provement in management in irri gation matters. If the Commission keep on as they have been they will chive all the people off the land. I,ast season was ruinous to the farmer, then this, through rust (no blame to the Commission). Hul many good crops were flooded by channels overflowing caused by the Commission' trying to force water through the meter outlets. And there seems to be 110 redress; the farmer puts up with the loss every time. Then in the month of January the water supply failed, in this district at any rate. In the month of February one half the ratepayers could not get water on acc...

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

KING-MITCH KU, T As was to be expected, the. m:\r riage between Mr Alexander M'K. King:, only sou of Cr. J. M'Kenzic Kin}?, of Cohuna, and . Miss ^Mar garet-Isabella .-Mitchell,. L.L.C.M., eldest .daughter of Mr; Alexander Mitchell, of . "Silverdale," Barkly St., St. Kilda, which was celebrated at St. George's Presbyterian Church St. Kilda. on April 2nd; proved to i be a deeply interesting and memor able social event to all who were I concerned in it. ^ The officiating j minister was the Rev. J. A. I'orrest | of St. George's, Geelong, and brother of Mr I'orrest, of Cohuna. I The spacious church was artistically i decorated for the occasion by the i bride's friends. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a beautiful white brocaded crepe de chine, trimmed with uiuou and l pearls; a court train of white satin, lined with shell pink satin, embroi dered with gold true lovers' knots; for jewels a lovely gold pendant, set in pearls and aquamarines. Her head was crowned with the ...

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Orange Blossoms. EVANS—MORISON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

Orange Blossoms. KVANS-MORISOX. 'flic following interesting: par ticulars of the reecnt marriage of Mr and Mrs David Hvaus of this town are supplied by 1 be Shoal haven News," Nowra, N.S.W.: Considerable interest was taken in the marriage of Miss Barbara Hallantvne Morison, youngest daughter of Mr and Mi's James In jrlis Morison, of "ruglesville,' Ihundee, Shoalhaven, with Mr David Kvans, of Colntiia, Victoria, only son of the late Mr and Mrs 1). Hvans, of Warrnambool, which was solemnised at the Nowra Presby terian Church on the l<>th March. The Kew John Muir wrs the cele brant. The Church bad been pret tily decorated with flowers and palms by sir! friends. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of ivory eharmense satin with Brussels lace overdress, the long squargv train being lined with tiny pleat inns of shell pink ninon, and she also wore a wreath of orange blossoms and a veil of beautiful Limerick lace, lent by the bridegroom's sister, Mrs Batta...

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WEE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

WEE WEE RUP. The annual meeting of the Wee Wee Rup Football Club was held on the evening of the 8th inst., when the following officers were elected for the ensuing season : President, IS. Dnnne (re-elected); vice-presidents, A. Cameron, H. Horridge and F. Waiting: com mittee, J. Diviny, S. Southern IS. Taylor, W. Southern, A. Hawken, P. Hawken and H. Radley; Assso ciation delegates, A. North, A. Cooke and H. Horridge; secretary and treasurer, A. Cooke Oe-elected) , The balance sheet, which *vas read and adopted, showed the expendi ture for the past year to have been jC22 13s Id, and the receipts £26 14s 4d, giving a credit balance of />4 Is 3d, which was considered to be highly satisfactory.

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District News. (From our Correspondents.) KOONDROOK. THE EASTER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

District News. vrroin our Correspondents.) - -.-~:+ KOONDROOK. THK HASTIVR RACKS. The Koondrook Kastcr Ruccs came oft' successfully on Monday and Tuesday. The Irani way served to bring ninny folk from Keraug nub district, and there was a con siderable influx of visitors from the New South Wales side. There was even a considerable sprinkling from the Column district. The course here is in excellent trim, and the Race Club, which has Mr. J. A. Kelly for its president, has gone the length of providing an up-to-date starter. The attendance on Monday was very good. There were medium fields of horses, and the majority of the races resulted in close finishes. The exception was that of the Handicap Hack Race, which was won by Speed comfortably with about ten chains to spare. Following are the events: TRIAI. HANDICAP, of 10 sovs. J. J. M'Jiniry's br m Kihnana, /S.7, ... ... ... j . T. M Mahou's br g Dock and Dortis, 8,9 ... 2 C. Reece's blk g Algernon, 7.9 3 Time, 1.17 3-5. Betting: 2 to 1 O...

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Cohuna Oddfellows' Sports A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

Cohuna Oddfellows' Sports A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. Bright, genial autumn weather again favored the Cohuna M.U. I.O.O.I4', annual Easter sports, which came off at Royal Park on Monday. The day's programme had been carefully prepared by a strong committee, .witli Mr C.' L. Kinj'as official head, and Mr I'. H. Hore as the energetic secretary, and the results,if not quite as great finan cially as could have been wished, wire an advance on those of last year, l'or lovers of horse racing the Koondrook carnival provided an irresistible counter attraction, and doubtless many who in other circumstances would have been patrons of the local fete, were lost on that account. The gentle art of fishing, which, at Column, offers great and special inducements at all holiday seasons of the year, will sufficiently account for another considerable counter diversion. And then, too, that inveterate love of novelty, which is so marked . a characteristic of pleasure lovi.ig human nature, calls for a fresh n...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, April 17, 1914. LOCKING THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

TUB Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, April .17, 1914. LOCKING THIS MURRAY. OKKAT satisfaction is being ex pressed throughout Colunia and tlie Northern irriKUtion districts generally at the very important provisional agreement which has ( just been arrived at by the State Conference over the Murray waters problem. Hut whether the matter is one for unalloyed rejoicing on their part remains yet to be seen. In the opinion of several very able critics South Australia has got not onlv decidedly the best of the bar gain as it now stands, but is scoring it the serious and almost certain future disability of the two more eastern partners to the contract. lie that as it may. all who can re fleet at all are agreed that the scheme adopted, if ultimately carried out. will have a profound .and most far-reaching influence upon the future development of the Mnrrav Vallev. which is evidently destined to be to Australia what the denselv-populated valley of the Gauges is to India; the poputous atul wea...

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LIVE STOCK AND SOIL FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 17 April 1914

LI VII STOCK AND SOIL MLHIILI IY. I :h- nil,, piK,k.,I l.mnli.B is W> ^il ;l* a u-ithll til'-* u i«,>i meivaMTlg,. iho lei uiily oi tiu« sou, *a;d .Mr H, \'. t-pngg <.« .>K>vptioit Yale, m tho course oi a p.spv.T loud bcioro t«io Cuitkronco of tho iiiWs brunenes of tho South Aus tralian Agricultural Kuroati. Ir ail iho crops ^'toivn on tho farm aio eail'd t<» market ami sold, .iiio TIMUWR ;s *<.ibn,; th,< I*r tiMy ot j»:s tarm, and Mich u system nm?«L end m depletion. To maintain it* icrtiiity ho must turn hi.-, latin into a ; laciory ami ena:»g-..» the raw products into iii»ik or meat, tho by-pitnitn.".* bo nig i\iuiuia1 lo tho innd as manure. An.mals are a very important lacior >11 I soli making, and the farm that is we))- I stocked h.n soil maker* continually at | work mainiaing its fertility, Kotation | of crops aud livestock systematically worked aro absolutely essential. Fann ing cannot bo carried on successfully by dr...

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OF RURAL INTERE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

I OF RURAL INTERF^ (By "Uusticus.") TU*ro i* «vury reason to command tho dt»siru of the Minister of Agricul ture to increase th« average viold oi wheat in Victoria. It tin* "already l)K»ii shown that tho aduptiou of pro jrcr methods lit tho way of cultivation would u<!d immensely to the annual yield ol wheat, and, incidentally, to tho wealth of tho Stftto as a whole. Tho Government Statist'* returns show that tho maximum viold was obtained in tho County of Uorutig, where an averago of 1S-1G bushels was harvixstcd. Tho Minister of Agricul ture* (Air. Hutchinson) attributes tins to tho fact that tlio lariuers in that district have Always been to the front in adopting ujj-to-drtto methods of cul tivation, and in following the teach ings of tho Agricultural department a* regards manuring, fallowing, and thor ough cultivation as a. preparation ot tho land lor wheat. Gladstone County was second on tho Jist wi:h 17-its bushels, closely followed by Ka):< Kara with 17.2...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XIII. AN ARCADIAN VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

Terribly Tempted. | A SERIAL STORY BY | t ANNABEL BRAY. J CUAPIEU XUl. AN ARCADIAN VILLA.. "Sleep Bank them lower vban tho iido of droamsA And their dream watched theju *ink and. alido away." Aftor some months' absenco from Kagiaad, Mr. und Mrs. titaiucr J*e turned iroin lands ol art and bonutv, to fiuttlu <*own in tho most horneJy ana practical fashion in a pretty little villa at Bayawaior. Mi's. De&art .had ex wted herself to tho utmost to mo£t tho Colonel's wishes; and accompanied by his ''alter ego" Captain Alaudsloy, had visited a wise estate agent, who soon put theio in the way ol iimliiig a charming residence. Afaudbiov apparently tools a deep interest in tho coiutort tha happy pair;) ho appreciated and admired l«o uoro'a nature; which tva& uiouided on those lino, noble lines winch invariably bring then* possessor disappointment and sorrow; lor to bo abovu mediocrity --whother in art or teeling-is to bo oiadu miserable. Auytbiug abo\e me diocrity is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factorv Autumn Show of Millinery and Costumes. TWISS STEWART, Head Milliner, lias just returned from visiting a" t',e WAREHOUSES in MELBOURNE, :uul has 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 and well-selected lot in the Newest and Most Fashionable CLOTHS, TWEEDS, 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 JfeBanfe of Hustratfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Thti Hanlc ts open for »H classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS te EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Nobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Tovrniville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign phcei direct. Porelcn bil...

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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. 17th April. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. 17th April. Shackcll, White & Co. report: A good yardiup of both fat and store cattle forward for ' to-day,s sale. We sold :-Fat bullocks, prime, to ,£ll 12s 6d; fat bullocks, good to £9 12s 6d; fat steers, prime, to £7 8s; fat steers, good,to £6 6s; fat cows, prime and heavy, to £l0 2s 6d; fat cows, medium, to £5 15s; fat heifers, good, to £6 '10s; heifers, 3 years, nice conid tion, and starting to spring, ^417s 6d; heifers, 3 years, good sorts, showing backward in calf, £4 10s; bullocks, 4 years old, fresh condi tion, £6 10s. On Monday, 6th April, we held our usual monthly sale of stock at Gunbower, when a good all round yarding came for ward to quite the usual attendance of buyers, and we sold everything but one pen. Fat cows, good £6 3s to £6 10s; springing heifers, nice quality, £5 5s; springing heif ers, showing well in calf, £4 lis; springing cows, sound, and good quality, £$ to £5 10s; springing cows, fair, £4 10s; store steers, 2'A years, £3 6s;...

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COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK MARKET. 17th April. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

COMMERCIAL. KKRAXG STOCK MARKET. 17th April. Andrew S. Muir & Co. report having held their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards on the above date, for which small yard in gs of both sheep and cattle came forward. Fat cattle met with keen competition, and sold at prices a shade in advance of the previous market. All classes of store cattle were in strong demand, good store bullocks selling exceptionally well at prices highly satisfactory to ven dors. We yarded 300 sheep and 64 cattle. Quotations-aged mer ino ewes to lis 6d. Fat cows £(> 6s; beefy do. j£5; working bul locks, good condition, .£20 per pair; springers £s 4s to £5 15s; poddies £\ 6s. Privately since last report we have sold 1183 mer ino -ewes, 150 merino wethers,, 1000 crossbred weaners and 250 weauers.

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HOW TO TAKE THE TEMPERATURE OF ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

HOW TO TAKE THE TEMPERA TURE OF ANIMALS. Often a of temperaliu»» u aa indication of sorov &t>riou«* disens* which may not show itself for »om<» day*, thws giving the owner warning cu somethiug wrong, and ho can then promptly ^ieo 1»to, .and if a horsa, ho enn giv* tho animal a rwt and careful trcatinwiL and dieting, and .so probably save a long and >«rious illness. ft ir, always considered that, mechan ism Tor k*-^p;nx t-Jjo tem]>cratiiro norm*! and balancing tho production of h.?:tt and the loss of heat equal is situated vmnnvhero at tho base ol' the brain. The lov* <m* Inat ia du<j to n-.dintiou p.::d evaporation from tho jkin, vaporisation of water discharged by the lungs, r.'ftnu ing tiio air breathed, elevation of tem perature of i'ood and drink. l\ Las been estimated that n healthy adult man evolves ©uougli hoat in twenty-# lour hour* to' raiso 143b (about '.!»}'gal-* Ions) of water from freezing point to tho boiling point....

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