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NUT BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

NUT BUTTER. Tho increasing popularity of bolter made from vegetable oil is a mutter ot morions interest to colonials, who hnvt* built up a- liugo butter trude. Some ten years ago (says thn "Standard"), attempts wcro made to introduce vege table oil:* iu the manufacture of mar garine, only animal i'uts having lieen previously employud. Sinoo then groat advances havo been mudo, and in llm manufacture of margarine chemistry has achieved one of its triumphs. To day nut Imtter is one of J-ho atapio articles of food for the nimnes. At first cocoanut oil only was used m its rnanu faottim, but many othor substances are nun' employed, sweh os ground uut oil, anil palm kernel oil. To make all thu-sc oils a perfect bas)s, tlicy nro treated with a light alkalino solution* which absorbs all frco fatty acids in them, making tha oil-neutral. After this certaiu vcinaining volatile elements, which would tend to produce ranoidity and an unpleasant flavor, nro got rid of by heatiug' tho oil to a tempe...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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The Ostrich Feather Industry. BIG FARM AT BAMAWM. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

The Ostrich Feather In dustry. BIG FARM AT, BAMAWM. Ostrich farming is spreading in the north. After dispatching 366 ostriches to their farm at Wliar parilla, Messrs Sanderson sent another 400 to their farm at Bamawm, between Cohuna and Klmore. Here also ostrich feather farming is to be carried out on a large scale. Fifteen railway trucks were required to convey these birds to their new home. They are valued at ^15,000. Large pad have been laid out under Hunter river lucerne, on which the birds, thrive, while an aria on the farm is under native grass, on which the flock will also graze like sheep. The New South Wales authorities offer to supply settlers on the Yanco estate with a pen of 4 ostriches for the sum of ^110. It is expected that the closer settlors will include one or two ostriches among their' livestock. They are docile and easy to manage. 1 Who will be first to start ostrich farming at Co huna?

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

CBSERVATiUsv'S. When you remove jour shoo.s :?! night, and dirt, chaff or other lilt* r .sifts over the iloor, get busy with tho dust-pnn and broom. Tour wife wili appreciate .Your thoughtfulness. "I Can" i* a hustler. a nun self-made. Who turns off jobs galore; "I Can't" lights his pipe, sits .down in the shade. And bemoans tho fact tbat ho is poor. ]f you in:ik'» homo pleasant for tbo ?.hddren with hooks and games and an occasional treat, you will o<vt bo wor ried hv their being en the streets at ni;;ht." The child who is not taught to savo his pennies will never know tho value of :v shilling. A bully is* invariably a cowai'd. , Lot the boy have a piece of ground uf his own this yi\ir to plant--best way in the world to make » farmer of him. Give him every redt. he can produco from it. Some people grumble bccuusc tho road to success isn't paved. The host-natured and happiest eh;l dren are those not sutl.-ued with toys. Tha vital force lost during a fit of anger is equal ...

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

Personal. The marriage is fixed to take place to-morrow (Saturday) after noon between Miss Margaret West brook, youngest daughter of Mrs. James Westbrook, of Coliuna, and Mr. H. J. Kowler, of Malvern. The banns were published for seve ral successive Sundays at Cratimer Church, Column, but the ceremony is to be performed at St. George's Church, Malvern, the celebrant being, it is understood, a brother of the bridegroom. .Rev. George Tregear, a former Methodist ministct of Kerang, has been appointed to the Rochester circuit. Mr. J. I,. Shepherdson, teller at the Dank of Victoria, Kerang. was presented by his local friends and admirers with a purse of sovereigns last Thursday evening, 011 the oc casion of his departure from Ke rang. Eulogistic references were made by several speakers to Mr. Shepherdson's good work as secre tary of the St. Patrick's Sports Club. ' A pretty wedding "took place at Koroop on Wednesday of last week, when Miss Ethel Milvain Robin son, daughter of Mr W, II. R...

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DAY IN A BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

DAY IN A BUTTEff FACTORY. (By Laclo.) Daylight is filtering through the win dows o(' the "butch" when tho silence is broken by the whirring of an alarm cloolc. Tho engineer. whoso clock i is. bestirs himself, and 1 follow him across tho stretch of ground that sep araie.-» tim bachelors' quarters from thu lariorv. AYo ontor ihe oughierooin, and whiles ho is bney with Urn gas protlncn- and engine i. glance around. Kv.-ryihing is >.pjok and span. Along tho length of tho room aro ranged gas engine, steam online, anil two refriger ators. Tho adjoining room houses tho gas-producer plant ami tho sieam IJOI1;t. Tho ongiueer lias finished at the lan, and after giving tho engine a few revolutions with tho aid of com pressed air, it is soon running steadily with tho gas* In a little whilo tho rofrigoratnrs aro spinning merrily. .Tho day's work has begun, I leave tho engineer to it, and walk into the butter-room. It ih a spacious and lofty room, spotlossly clean and sweet smelling. At tho ba...

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

KOROOP. The Koroop Methodist Church anhiversary ton meeting and coil" cert, held last week, wits a distinct and gratifying success. The at tendance was large, ami there was a fine spirit abroad. The table de corations were quite a feature, and called forth much admiring com ment. They were laid out and presided over by the ladies of the congregation and their district friends. The tea meeting was simply crowded. Very enjoyable, too, was the after concert, presided over by the Rev. T. J. Payne, of Kerang. There was a tremendous demand for encores to the singing. Following is the programme : - Overture, Mr. Waite, senr.; solo, Mr. F. Peel; solo, MissBvers; solo, -Miss Pockena ; recitation, Miss Strachan; solo, Mr. Sharp; solo, Mr. Peddcr: address, Chairman: solo, Mr. Gibson; overture, Miss Mathers: solo, Mr. I*. Peel; recita tion, Miss Strachan ; solo, Miss Bycrs; solo, Mr. Waite, sen.; solo, Miss Pockena; solo, Mr. O. Sharp. The proceeds of the anniversary go to the church building f...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

MEWS SUMMARY. Oil" of till! visiting American era* . b.u. r< «uvs thai mo annuo 1 lire lo.»« hi Amenoii would h; suMoieui. to build Uii- I'aiKinii: Cajia-I. , , . ' Kv.<li->HM u-ns Rivt-n licif.ru t!».. Jni-oi ] . iu' Coinu'.is'-ioii oil .Monday ill favor j oi i-ulucmtt "V I'oiimviiiK the on I ; !i«> raw mate-rial used in the manu iaoinre of paint. 1;. ,s Uw intention <>* the liUer.Mjue t"1 mmu*»:oii ;o conclude til ! talcing oi ; ovUUnw* in Melbourno ror the tmK -.ii May I» and oa May 11 to op»u I ii.s in Sydney into the oa turns rt.c-:ivcd irom Inc.v South W ah* I tor alteration* in the taritl. ! J,i ronipiianco with a petition pr* i M-tu-.a to tho Minister U'Y Iwbhc Works (.Air. tfageilhorn), tho tow" oi I Cuudmnveil ha> b-.'cu du.larcd a eu\ v i\\'* Statu Kxu;.ttv»ye Council. "Gunboat" Smith has . V «. ih'e > from iho Uitiiod .. UK-'Vlfor' m Gcorfcs. Carp«nt«-r i" me,:t ill boridoii »'? tho 011(1 "l .i",i for :i pur.se of £1000. , ...

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

KERANG. Th'c story of . Kerang's doing's i week is the story of it« sport, no' northern town are outdoor . "games. more devoutiy patronised. . The Keranft Lawn Tennis Club have just witnessed the finish of the first and second rounds in the men's handicap singles tourna ment, which docs-not seem likely . ? at present to cither make or mar !- the repn;ation of anybody in par ticulor. There is a first stirring of 'v...interest, too, in the coming foot ? ' ball season. The Rovers arc fixing I ; V tip their programme for the season. Then last, Saturday the Kerang Golf Club, which is a pretty strcng and influential body, commenced their new season with a mixed foursome for trophies presented by ' Mr. H. Gray, the president. The results were as follows: . v Miss Muir and Richards, 70-9-61 ? . Mrs; M'Eriiry atid TTegg, Miss Catlusch and M'Eniry, 76-6-70. Miss O'DonucU and Greenwood, 83 J2-71. Miss Daishatid Hosselmanti, 96-24-72 Miss Wallace and Crawford, 79-7-7, " Sirs. Wilton and Willan,...

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TRAMS-PACIFIC MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

RAMS-PACIFIC WE AT TRADE. Tho Sydney *Tolwgraph" the iollowing particulars oi the r-roub'os vt Australian shipper* ol produce tr» American ports: When, sonic two or three inw.'bs ago, tho U.S.A. tariff underwent m>c»* alterations aa permitted of import*'.',jn or irosien meat, butler, etc., from Atn». iralia, exporters and producer* h#re viewed Willi pleasure too pvi»p«M5ts of another buying market openuij; up, and unmodiuto stops wore taken to get iiu-o communication with lirms nu'rexU'd iu New York and San Franeixo. 'iiif.t preliminary work over, shipper* applied J or spaco in the refrigerators of the .M^iin-'i-s now trading io San Kruuc.fcCo and received a nuio shock. Tin? lirst question oi the shipping cohipau;«s was: "Who aro your con signees in America?" - Refusal to answer that-in the circumstances seemingly impertinent question meant a polite intimation that no space wna available, while, if the information wan p;iven Uio oompanius, it is alleged, com municated tho samo by...

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HOW LOVE PASSED ME BY. THE CONFESSIONS OF A BUSINESS WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

HOW LOVE PASSED ME BY. THK OON.FKS8ION8 OF A BUSINKBB WOMAN. They loll *10 1 am a success. 1 sup poso it is true, but through ftir own stupidity I have made it an omptr sue fM». For although T am cerlainly a suc cess as u business woman, as anything #lne .1 urn a pronounced failing. And it ban all brrn an unnecessary. .Tust bocamui it has been so unneces sary Tor mo to lot g<^ my girlhood as I have done, I. am going to takn other girls into my confidence. [ am jjoing to confess my mistakes and Ml thn«.> other girls how to avoid tumbling into the rut. tHat 1 have tumbled into, for it is just thin that has mado my sue eess an empty ono. 1 left college with the ambition to become independent. My idea of inde pendence was tlm usual girlish dream of money of my own, freodom from homo dutieiv and a hazy itW. that a a J&t'ch.k'fcyf ait'd'a'cTiaffngnlish represented the greatest joya life had to offer. Nfo homo ties, no homo duties, no "old fashioned" ideas "l* mnrriag...

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ENGLAND'S FOOD PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

J ENGLANDIS FOOD PRICES. j ! Thw Labour Party in the Imperial j l'arliament moved in. 1012 Tor an'in j quiry inl-o rents, priooa mid wageH, and I the recently published Bhio Hook with fcho report in a ma>s of detailed information. JOn^lnnd and Scotland i'orm the scope at1 the r.omntiamon, :i bonis of r,'linso research is n. eompnri *on of* 1P01> and IftVJ, showing 1.110 changes in seven year*. .As to rents London piion*® a dwroasu ot: about. -1 per i^ou!'; other citien no marked move ment. As to wager, the moan percent age ineronies are:-Building trades, i.U; engineering, ii.fi; printing, 4.1. Hut the cost of living r'Htoes i«*stior. iutrroatin^c to fill el:».*«o» in all pr*vt:» of the British Empire, and the committee V report, includes tho civilised world. The gonerM conclusion is' that |Lh© total i'osi of living, including clothing,-has rint'M. 10 per cont.. in tho seven ycara pcrind%?'--T>ifei7i{r>Attmirt,flCJi'.' i'ood-oafi>i!*\>-'' ditios, tho ris« is 13.7 pe...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

TU»F TOPICS. (fly "Fl«min|tton.") Reliever* in tho ''make and shape" I theory iuusi find Vanguard a diOicutt proposition. II' he i» judged I)v lii.< appearance alone, the lift/o fjivy e« everything ho should no; ho. 0<«' Dot acquainted with Vanguard. and. him for U\e Uvst tit\u\ \vmw<* probably iako him to bo in his proper pl.*Ko with 0 sioii.' on his hack ut a two miles raw ov.-r light. country. As we know, tho gallam lit f K» gt\y, an e7;aevy opposite . snnu-xe wonjd liv him much bet lor; for no weight i.; i.oo much, no fence too b'g. and no distance too tar for Van guard.'He is just one of tln^e puzzler in horsv-li'Vsh that upset nil aceeprcl III U\. / When one is looking lot* a jumper, ono naturally souks h hoi'so. of sumu bizo and substance. Yet it is not wtt.vy Ww hi95 horsi* that Mie,cmkUoy£r. htik{I<V;' ami' Fences;" iMin'gifn, wit., carried the Manifold colors with such conspicuous wniTess in bis day, eoW.; not- be called a big ho...

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

MACORNA: The unfinished cricket match between Macorna and Mincha was played out on Saturday last, and resulted in a win for the former by 30 runs, Wootlall being the highest scorer with 42, and Mclvor made 15 not out. The final round com meuces to-morrow, when Macorna meet Tragowel. The annual meeting; of the foot ball club was held last Wednesday night. The balance-sheet showed a credit balance of £ll. It was decided to reform the club, and the following officers were elected : President, .Mr Jl. M. Long', vice presidents, A. Lord and C. Cooke, secretary, J. Andrew. The matter of joining an association was held over for future consideration.

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

MELBOURNE LETTER (Krnm our Special OonvHpomlcnt.) Sir tteorge Keid has gone back tc London impressed with Australia's wox* prosperity," but shuddering #5 \yt what will happen when the had .uiu's .emit'. Om> of the things that >;iu lv must be brought about when wo .gain encounter tho doldrums of the .Jaa year* is tho curtailment of tho . .'.,,<l:rv craze. Thin has absoluto pos «i ol! us just now. H IS astound .tig th*' 0Ntout to which this light abandonment of work prevails. mi nm.-t v:i.a-s Mivorn! days, and in many :i fad weoU was devoted to holiday iaaki.ig :ii K:»ter. Ami I his* in busi uo-si'sla which a day lost mean* . low Hv,\; can never hi- miule up, But tlW .«uu of prosperity shines and wo arc mnvf !y «ie*nples of tho old tontnukor who-.' philosophy was to ». Kill the cop that clears Ti»-.|;<v of past regrets and futuro fears. ]',»hum row »'-why. to morrow I may ba Mv^elf with yesterday's seven tnouaand years." Vlie ,Railway Commissioners have roi...

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WEE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

WKK WI5E RUP. A meeting of the Wee Wee Rup Tennis Club was held on Tuesday evening, 14th inst. There was a good attendance of members, and Mr. F. Cousins occupied the chair. The secretary, Mr. G. Symonds, produced a balance sheet showing a crcdit balance of £\ 10S. A letter was received from I.eitchville Tennis Club, expressing a wish to amalgamate with Wee Wee Rup. After some discussion this was agreed to. The amalgamated clubs will be known as the Wee Wee Rup Tennis Club, and great things are expected of it in the future. Wee Wee Rup play Koroop on the ground of the former on Satur day, 25th inst. The following have been chosen to represent Wee Wee Rup:- Misses//North, Smith and Hancock (2/", and Messrs. Han cock, Cleaj^e, Wright, Symonds, and Southern (2).

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CORRESPONDENCE. COMPUTING CHURCHES. (To the Editor of the "Farmers' Weekly"). [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. COMPUTING CHURCH IvS. (To the ICditor of the " Farmers' Weekly";. Sir,- I'or the most part the Rev,, ligau-Lee has, <u his letter in your last edition, ignored the issue which he himself gratuitously raised in his first communication, which was that the Rev. K. Baker had broken faith with him, and in opening services at M'Millans liatl done something which was dishonorable -so dishonorable that though'of no.general public interest or im portance it deserved to be brought before the public, so that its enor mity might be fully known and realized, and as a consequence of that wrongful act Mn Lee had been forced to put aside the oppor tunity of erecting a Methodist Church nt M'Millniis. This, think is the only possible interpre tation tlint can be taken from the phrasing and tone of l\lfl is the main issue. Before taking up the relative or side issues, let us look at this main one "K;uu- y Iwt does this supposed c impact or understanding mean ? ^cco.rd'!^ to ...

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Balranald Border Railway. WILL IT JUNCTION WITH KOONDROOK AND COHUNA? AN INTERESTING SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

Balranald Border Rail way. WILL 'IT JUNCTION WITH KOONDROOK. AND COHUNA? ' AN INTIvRKSTING SITUA TION. :\-A subject of very dec]) mid prnc Jicftl interest to koondrook and 'Column, as well as to a very large extent of South Riverina territory, is opened up by tlic appointment last week of the Joint Royal Com mission to enquire into and report upon the best route for the pro posed Iialranald border railway. The Commission is to consist of members of the New South Wales Public Works Committee and the Victorian Railways Standing Com mittee. The scope of the enquiry embraces four lines. The first is to connect Wentworth, for a distance of forty miles, with New South Wales; the second, Huston North, for a distance of forty miles with New South Wales; the third, Mo ama with Moulamein; and the fourth. Halranakl "with any one of a number of suggested points on the River Murray from Koondrook to Piangil." This last mentioned railway is a comparatively recent proposal, and some uncertainty ob...

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

TICNNIS. Horton and t.eitchville tennis players tried conclusions 011 tlie splendid courts of the Wee Wee Klip club, kindly lent for llie occa sion by the Wee Rup esecutive. The result was a fairly substantial victory for T,eitchvillc by .51 panics. Appended are the scores: Ladies' Doubles.-Miss JC. Smith anil Miss R. Hancock beat Miss P. FehrinK and Miss M. Peace. 6-2; and beat Miss I?. Hildebrand aiul Miss I. Morris, 6-0. Miss M. Hancock and Miss M. OTSrien beat Miss P. Keliritifcaurl Mr. M. Peace, 6-3: and lost to Miss 1C. Hilde brand and Miss I. Morris, 5-6. Totals - Leitchville, 3 sets, 23 Ramcs; Horton, 1 set 11 games. . Men's Doubles. - J. Hancock (capt.) and R. Cleave beat N. Mar tin (capt.) and G. Peace, 9-2; and beat A. Horncman and G. Hilde brand, 9-4; and beat H. Hird and L. Peace, 0-6. 1'". Southern and \V. Southern beat N. Martin and G. Peace, 9-2; and beat A. Iiorne inan and G. Hildebrand, 9-2; and beat H. Hird and L. Peace, 9-1. K. Taylor and J. lionieman lost to N. ...

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District News. LEITCHVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 24 April 1914

District News. (Prom our Correspondents.) T,iviTcirvir,uv Preparations arc btintr made for the forthcoming anniversary of the I.eitchville Congregational Church, A small but efficient choir, tinder tlie condnctorship of the Rev, j.;, Barker, is practising anthems to lie rendered at the anniversary ser vices.

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

For Sale. . Two good secondhand ABBOTT BUGGIES, nearly new, with lioods. Also first-elnss double Abbott. J. A. DI5AKIN, kerang CARRIAGE FACTORY, KERAXG. MTOR C AR FOr ThRF . Any Hour, Day or Night. W. E. Peverill, | Private Address: COHUNA HoTEt. i Agent (or I'altioua Ford Cars. Pcerk-ss awl Precision Motor Cycles. Neptune Oils. MOTOR ash Cvct.i-. REPAIRS A Specialty. Cutis. Separators ami Sewing Machines repaired. Accessories stow.!. l>res. Oils, etc. . . S. F. Hyde For Up-to-date . . COACH PAINTING, SIGN WRITING, HOUSE decorating, ? . . AX1> PAPER HANGING. Main Street, Cohuna. luSTIMATl-XS C.IVl-N. tt-Tf S. 1'. HYDE vrishefl to inform tte ipubVic oS the district that tie « over the Coaclipaintiug I)enartineiit of Hall's Colitma Coacli building Husiness, aiul that all orders en SstedSto l.i,n will receive prompt and careful attention. _____ Cooke Brothers, MACORNA. Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, " Eeenie" horse aud cattle rugs. Send logues." Blackstone New Wat...

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