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MR MEAD ON IRRIGATION FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

MR MEAD ON IRRIGATION FARMING. I,3st week Mr Mead visited Bamawm, for the purpose of ob serving methods of cultivation at that thriving settlement. Mr Mead explained that men could not succeed in intense farm ing with labor alone. They must plan t'icir work for months, if not /ears, in advance. They must di vide their land, and' arrange for planting so nx to bring about a regular rotation of crops if they are to get the full benefit of the water and sunshine. Settlers were now realising and acting on those proved theories. The.meetings held were to help them about the planting of crop rotations, so that those tarmers ivliu had dairy herds or were enter ing on the business of fattening live stock, could have a regular stic .esssion of fodder crops throughout the year. One difficulty that had confronted the settlers this year was that their lucerne yield was much larger than ever before, and this, with increased acernge, was giving them more work than they could manage. Many farmers w...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COWBOY IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

COWBOY IN ENGLAND. A young follow "Tacoma Kid," rp pcared in court recently in piotun'sque cowboy attire, having been bumnioncd for interfering with tlio comfort of pas sengers on the London Brighton, and South Coast Railway. Ho was. fur ther summoned for carrying a loaded revolver, contrary to tlio by-laws of the company. .fames Hill; a telephone engineer said 011 September 6, he was travelling from the (JrystalPalaoo Low Level station to Forest Hill by the 10-35 train. ilo was accompanied by his wife and two children. Jusfc bot'oro tlio train star ted. the defendant came to the door of the compartment, wit!* si revolver in his hand and remarked, "Who says tliero ain't no room in here?" Re sat down between two ladies, and after the .train started, proceeded to extract a cartridgo from the revolver. He plac ed this on a coat, but after a while he replaced the cartridge. The train had only gono a short distanco, when the defendant got up, and remarking u[ should iiko to give the old ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MAN OF THE FORESTS. ARTIST WHO LIVED IN WOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

"? MAN OF THE FORESTS. ARTIST WHO LIVED IN WOODS. . together. Wheu tlio sugar is dissolved, Looking liko m primitive skin-olad cave man, Mr Joseph Knowles a Uostou artist, has emerged from tho forests ot Alaine, after a two months' fight tor existence in the woods. Air Jvnou'ics Jfft tho \vo{^Js near Mo gantic, on tho Canadian Pacific Rail road. JJo was dad in .skins of black boar and deer, and was carrying a pack oil his back, containing materials for making u iiro mid tuois which ho had fashioned to aid him in hying a prim itive life. Thus has euded Mr Knowles test of hardihood and euduraneo to conquer a hostilo environment* On August 1, tho artist plunged into fcho forests near tho iJponcer Lakes, Maine, and then had no clothes, no weapons, nu implements ot any kind, and no food. llo promised to eoiuo out of tho wood* on October 4, fully clad, iri good health «<.d physical con- . dition. Ho luts kopt his promiso in I every detail. Tho artist left Iiis do- I main near S...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. An easy wi\y to open ojBtoro js to placo thorn on a hot .stovo ior u fow seconds, when tho oystors will opon, and you nro ablo to got your knifo m without tlio .slightest t-roublo. Wlioa bottling liquids of any descrip tion boil tlio corks to soiten them, and while hot press them into tho bottles; when cold tlio bottles will bo found to ho quito tightly sealed. Always hllet your iisli and truss your fowls at homo, or you losu tho trim filings and gihlols, which aro so usoful iu stock-making. . Novor thicken gravy while it is boil ing. Draw Uio pan containing tiio gravy away ironi tho lire, an<t nux tho thickening iu sluwly, stirring it till all lumps Jmvo disappeared. Stir wliilo all boils up, and cook a fow moinonts, and it is ready to servo. Wooden spoons and chopping boards should Iro* wotf-'priibbod with bath-brick tt 'soap. * "I..-; treatment whitens tho wood and makes it) smooth. If tho wood has boen stained with grease, it should bo wash cd in soda...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

MELBOURNE LETT (Frjm our Spcoial Correspondent.) A section of the metropolitan press ha* taken upon itself to point out tho faults and failings of the police force. Tho nHich-enduring constable is accused of all sorts of delinquencies -chief among them being, apparently, a lack of the ChcsterJielduui manner in moving mi the garrulous loik . that block the sidewalks in tho principal thoroughfares and tho sensmvo young things who inako ..under tho clocks" thuir: placo of assignation-or perhaps . no-had hotter call it their rendezvous. I ho ''cop" is perhaps no better than h.- should be-especially the younger brigade of him-butt that is probably more the fault of. the system tfhair anything else. tins most important bianch ot tiie public service should bo tuo .i.ost attractive, but it is not'.. Tho pay, compared wuJi tho ruling rates ol remuneration nowadays, is. paltry, and tho work ib onerous and ofton dangerous. Instead of : decrying tho police, and thus encouraging the un desirable...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THIEF POSES AS DETECTIVE. CALLS IN REGULAR POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

THIEF POSES AS DETECTIVE. CALLS IN KKOUiiAH POLICE. Representing himself as a detective u burglar gained tho confidence of a servant, and ho and two accomplices robbed iier master's rooms recently. Tho thre© men-Charlc-i Octavo Au eourt, Ueurgo Rogers, and John June* - wero chained at London {Sessions with breaking into a Hut, and .stealing silver and other art.cles worth £160. .Mr. Lawless, prosecuting, haid that i'or several montns Aueourt hud been keeping company with Hilda Jkuslcy, who was employed at ihe Jlai. Uu .September 12 sho was .clt m charge, and that night tho gu'i and Aueourt, who had gamed her conlidence by re presenting that ho was a detective, went about together, and frequented several public-houscB. Aueourt wan chiiust-d with her purso ilk whion sue kept tho key ul tho Hat. ile leit her i'or .somo tune, "imuL ik "Gh^ ,opyui'Luriity "'to join Junes ami R«.ger* and commit tlio offence. On her return Aliss llensley discovered tho robbery. Aueourt was with h« r, and c...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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VARIOUS USES OF OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

VARIOUS USES OF OIL. i.Cvor.v person requires a certain tun*, ounl oi oil m his lood in order to bo iinwtlty. *.)ur ancestors lived . to a largo extent on olives, peanut*, nut-s, ami other mi us containing oil. 'tin-1 present generation u.>es too JitUo oil ui its diet. ean lie taken in the shupo <ii the puro expressed olive oil, as an omuls.lied salad dressing, or by eating nuts, olives, cto. It inuy a matter ol choice iu»w tlio aystolu gets its oil, but a cor tit in amount «s e.s-ientiai to the enjoyment of good 1 health. Tho good lesults of tho habi tual tiso r>l the above articles in tno 1 diet are soon bliown, especially where ! persons am inehneU to indigestion an<l ? Kii^tipatioii. Kveryone ought to uso I purv olive o.; m moderate doses, also a:> a dressing for Milad-*. Various kind.* ! ot nuts have a high dietetjo vallio, j l/'-eauK? ol tho oil which they eoutam/ 1 and (Mil be used to advantage. When ! pati.-m > lurliiK to e«.n-.unipuoiiJ pur...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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MR ELWOOD MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

MR ELWOOD MEAD. The difficulty regarding the future relation of Mr Klwood Mead to the Victoria Water Supply Com mission is far from being satisfac torily disposed of by the announce ment that he has ncccpted the California!! Professorship. Because Mr Mead wishes to make his Vic torian work subservient to his American appointment. There is a strong feeling in irrigation circle:, j that such an arrangement will 1101 I work. The Victorian Government lias put it to Mr Mead that ni. task in this State is yet far from being completed. Mr Mead does not apparently combat this conten tion, but he urges that having ac- j ceptedtheCaliiorni.nl position lie cannot, with any show of decency,j withdraw from it without the sanc tion of the University authorities, which, however, they are unwilling to give. In this dilemma it has been arranged that Mr Mead shall leave for California at the end of the present irrigation season-pro bably about April-to lay a letter from the Victorian Government befor...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

Personal. Mr ami Mrs Henry Stone cele brated their silver wedding at BaWwyns/'.CohHim, on Christ mas Eve. Mr and Mrs Stone were married at Newent Church, a quaint little Anglican structure not far from Stroud, in Gloucestershire. They landed at I'ort Melbourne from the " Miltiades " just three years ago, and made their way straight to the Cohuna settlement. Their three year's closer settlement titruggles with crude nature have not damped in ths least degree their original ardor. They have worked hard and have prospered. They both still firmly believe that Australia offers a better prospect for the man who has to earn his liying with a. family, than any other country. This is praise indeed. Mrs Thos. S. Miller, who, with her husband, a former Wee Wee Rup resident, has been settled for some time at Tara, in Queensland, is journeying south on a month's holiday visit to her parents at Pyramid Hill. She will also spend some time with her sister, Mrs Dripps, at Gunbower. Mrs Miller is acc...

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TREATMENT FOR BOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

TREATMENT FOK BOTS. TJiy following treatment Jui^ been tested uu u largo iiumbu'r t»l njj>mat> and provwl huew>aim by tho Umtou Statu* Department Di Agriculluro. it in baid that it will n-iuov-o bot<» to u-ithin twenty-tour to i«,rtv-<rignt hour*. TJio day pn.i'eding tin- treat ments small uniount of hay and a moderate amount ot oats arc* given in tho morning, in th»» evening food i-» withhold ,unU a purgative given: JJarbndoc* ,alo<js, 1 tr/., of raw Juueed oil, 1 pun. Till.' d iy of tho tieat incut, at six o'clock in tho morning, givo threo drams ot carbon bisulphide, in a golutino capsulo; at *uven o'clock, ropeat tho do.vo m the >a»n<j n»awi«*r. and at oJght o'clock, givo tho third and last dose, making in all nuio drama of carbon Milphido in threo gol utino oapjiiulew. Tho abovo treatment is for tho adult horso. For a yearhng colt, hall tho i treatment of carbon l>wul,)hidt! u.scd j for u mature horso will givo the de.s...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

THK Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, January 9, 1914. Drunk and Disorderly.-Albert Gundry was charged before Mr J. M'K. Kins, J.P., by Constable Snmfo'ebc on Saturday, with being drunk and disorderly, and was fined ,6l. Income Tax Returns.-The in come tax commissioner, prior to making the annual, call 011 the pockets of the community, an nounces returns of income'must be furnished by 2nd February, inenses where income consists solely of salary, and in other cases, where business Complexities are involved, in the preparation of returns, the final date is Jnd March. Kverv pcrsoii. who is in receipt of 12s 6d per day or more in continuous em ployment intut make a return, and every person in receipt of .{.J01 per year or over is liable for luxation. O/licial forms are obtainable from all post offices. Draiiuv.ye Work at Mead.- MrT. Maloue, contractor. of Rochester, has taken over the contract for the construction of the main drainage channel from I.ciich's Creek to the Harr Creek, recent...

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CHILDREN'S TABLE MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

CHILDREN'S TABLE MANNERS. v W'Jiou a child is very young, il can bo! taught anything, and this is tho ica.son why it should bo trained to be have well at tho table. Kr^rit ft very early ago, lot it bd accustomed to tho *ignt "I a nioely anaagi.d tablo, I do ii»>t moj:j» cosily viano.>, *iJvor, and ex pensive damask (say^u writer in an exchange), but lot tho cloth bo clean, tho cutlery bright and plates and dish es simung. Many years ago J was suiting with friends who hau a small daughter, of aboout J8 months. This clulil every day was placed in her iugn chair at Uio tabic, with knifo, lork and spoon boloro hur. Aithougn sho was too yotiug to too unyuofig but thu spoon, and this was tins teaspoon, sho grow qmto accustonud to tho sight of the tablo implements, and after a few early battles, never attempted to roach across the tablo j'or any (ovoted article .She hover was allowed to touch tho kudo by her pl.tU* until sho was old enough to nanule it properly, and tlii.i olniii gre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

Cohuna Store and Butter Factory. SUMMER GOODS. J. MACKENZIE KING Dejrs to Announce to the Public of Cohuna and District that lie is opening up every week the Newest and Choicest assortment of DRAPERY that Melbourne can produce The whole of the bargains are too numerous to mention, but the following arc a few of the SPECIAL LINES. Metia'Suuuner Suits, in Men's Mercerised Cotton Men's Felt, Panamas, ami Tweed and Tussore. Shirts Tioalers in great variety Men's Sicilian Sac Coats Men's Silk Shirts Men's Colored Fashion Men's Cream Cricketing Shirts, newest patterns Trousers. Men's Suits to Order a Speciality. 500 patterns to choose from also A fc-.v REAi. DARCAWS for T-ADTES, E N ZIE KING COHUNA. Cbmmomvealtfo Jp^ifiSanfc of Hustvalia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY n>ta opener »ll of GENERAL DANKfNG BUSINESS « EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Kr.!i:ri, Cruil.rrra. Xcmw.lt-. .Wrtallr. Perth. lu<r"! liri-Uvu-, l;o. klia,ii1'.>n.Tomnvllle .ncMjjmloi-. lAJIlj, Uibiv Jauun...

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MODERN CHIVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

MODERN CHIVALRY. Tho word "ohiv.Ury" lias no wiunt? ihk in ili»' industrial worldk Tho wo iiu-n who enjoy the chivalry oi men are. Jew. tlioso who need justice nr*> iuan\, and it. is ohviou.xly unfair thau liic many shntlid Sillier (or Lt«3 rtdvafi ta^o ni iho lew. Truo chivalry is t'x».rrtin'ly rare, ami thoio has novor hcen fiioiiiih i»i it in the world to uutko it norui wiulo to pvo up rights for its S;»ko, Tho man who opens tho door ior Ins WHO, and makes hib incomo lroui sweated ih/III.'II'.S Jabor is polito, Tho brother who carries his sister's parcols yet dues nothing to pievint other wo men irom va frying hack-breaking loatl> in tho bncKthlils hu.i ^uod inuu ners. Tho man wlio oscorts A girl limno at yet can soo unmoved tho ghastly parade ul the women men de mand lor their pleasure is conventional 11icy are none of tlnm ciuYahous, and to rail thom m» shows how tar wo aru tnmi attrdjunn^ to iho word it» real meaning.

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. APPOINTMENT OF A ROYAL COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. APPOINTMENT OK A ROvXl, COMMISSION. A report from a sub-committee of the previous State IJheral Cabi net, winch lias been in(|iiiriiiK into the administration of the Closer Settlement Acts, will probably be presented to the Ministry early in January. It is understood that the committee will State that the con ditions on the closer settlement ureas, as revealed by its iinpiirics, are far from satisfactory, and that its report will recommend the ap pointment of a Royal Commission to further investigate the subject. The committee devoted its atten tion particularly to the dry fanninn areas. These allotments were limited in size, under the oriRinal Act of 3904, to .61,250 worth of land, though in subsequent acts this was increased to its present ipaximum cf £2,500. Many of the settlers claimed that the areas avail able tinder the smaller limitations ofj6l250 and .61,500, operating under previous acts, lv.we proved too small to enable a man to . make farming pay oi>...

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REMEDIES FOR EAR ACHE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

HEMEDiES FOR EAR-ACHE. Hot sipplitMticms, suck as a hot-wator iiuuli, or Uaunel ciotiis wrung out oi . iiiu «V4«icr, and applied to tho ear, will (?iton givo instant roiier, crucially, it mo pa in is caused by neuralgia »n tho juco or head. If you do not have a hoi-waier bov-tlo, a ilannel &ack lillod wan uops can bo u»ed. Mako a 8iuail .sack oi ilauiiol, hil it with nojte, anu dtp tko bug oi hops into very not wa ter, wring it out as dry as possible, and appiy >t to tlio tar. 'IhiA tonus it verv good lorm oi moist heat, auu a a ury lluimoi cloth is placed over ui«« iutui, covering tho bag oi hops, tins will hold the sicuui ana mako ono oi tho beat ways tnero is of steaming tho ear. Of coiirso, as tho Hops bi> ('1)1111* cold taev can be dipped m tho w.lUT AnuUiwr method >» 10 neat >ali, just common la bio bait, until it i> (jutle hot, put it in a .llaancl bag, and apply to tho oar.

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District News. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

District News. rt i (From Our Correspondent*) MACORNA. jl\ meeting of the Macorim l'ro-N Rrens Association was held on Mon day ni^lit last, Cr Richardson ixjiiifr in; the' chair. I/mil complaints were made in reference tn the fail ure of the town water supply. The cnrctnker roi>orted that the pum|i li.iil'KOiic out of order, but had Ikxh repaired, and he cxpcctcd nn im proved supply ut once. However, hit expectations have been all' astray, and a water famine still ex ist*. The secretary reported that the preliminary oU-ps hud been taken m regard.to the erection of a telephone. line; from Macornn to. .Meat).

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (iiy "ItuaticUH.") Much is being made of the di&cov cry by tho Country iioads iiuuxd that veritable Laud of Promise exists tu tho Hcylesbury and Otway Forest districts. Tliat howovor, au old story tor anyuuo who has oven u casual knowledge of tho undeveloped rcauur otw of Victoria-undeveloped for iho most part because of tho lack of facili ties which it is tho provinoo of tho Country Road*; Ikmid to provide. And it is not for want or eifort on tho part ol tho pcoplo who have boon for mora (bun a gcuoration struggling to briug these rich productivo areas into their o>v'n, that tbo need i'or railways and roads have ^ not been recognised by tlio authorities, Efforts, littlo short <»! d-jspernt;*- hove tyjbn ,;put forth by claim* lor assistanco recognised.. But tho evil of centralisation-tho "pull" of tho people in tho big coutres-has rendered theso efforts null. Tho Board, during a reccnt pilgrimage through Hcytesbury and Otway For j ©Kts, found ...

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IMPROVING EGG PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

IMPROVING EGG PRODUCTION. To improve egg production ami ex hibition quality tn future generations requires a knowledge of the producing qualities ot tho imhvkhuti hens, or tho family lino from which thoy arc taken. One who lir»t suggested breeding for 1 production mado the statement, "Heredity is tho first factor." In ex planation of ih.s, ho said that a pullet from parents, both of which had come from breeding for* egg production for .several generations had fur' more eh »-a<-o oi . prolilieaey thau luul pullots of ujcertain ancestors. Ho said fur ther that not all tho female progeny of prolific parentage inherit potential pro lilioaey, moaning that thoy do uot in herit tho latent power to prpducu «'ud .\ etfg*. Kvidcntly, however, a lien *in order to exo I in egg produc tion must he nbh; to eat and assimilate a large ipiautity of food; she must have Mich crop rapacity as can carry to keep hor digewiive organs busy to tho roost iv supply of food sufficient , throughout, ...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

TURF. T0£1£S. (By "Flominjton. llnckurs who went to Flcmington on \'i w dear's Day i» searoh of winiiera ,,,u scarcely bo able to entertain plea sant i-ccotlccUoiiB Q£ tho flcatj dayot 1'jU. Tlicy wero especially badly Ueateu over tho principal oveut* at the atternuon, Clio atandwk andl Uagot Handicap. in tho sprint «vont jt was a case of "class" gaining the day. The Captain is not oxactly top-notchar when judged by tlio higher {jtoudard, hut is, nevertheless, a smart horso, in Thursday's company ho ropreientod much bettor class than 'bo Kf^t ma u.i-itv of his opponents, and being thor u imv conditioned for tho fray, bis "X did not anchor,him. it was a dcms'ive victory, though tho 1«"B° » verdict was only a halt ft length -in, tho Captain's iA7^r_. -v, ^BimieWKsesf was always near tho front, and stuck to his work well to iho end. ^arrion, who ran third, also mado a bold bid, and both tbo Pistol golding and Four nJi should win races in tlio near ;,;"ure. Uoolamatong ^ another ol tile...

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