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District News. PATHO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

District News. (From our Correspondents.) IWTIIO. For tlic past 12 months the mem bers ami adherents of the Church of Kngland at Torrumbarrv have been raising funds for the building of a Church at Torrumbarry. Their aim should soon IK- accomplished (is n contract for the building has beeivlet. .' As the cost of the building will be considerably more than was at first estimated. Mr Watson, of I'erricoota, N.S.W., who also gave an acre of land on which to erect the church, has now offered to donate £5, 011 condition that nine others contribute a like amount each. The I'atho State School is at present without a teacher, Mr Mc Kean having left his position as head teacher. It is understood that he is taking up a positon with Messrs Spencer McKean & Co., auctioneers, of Ilendigo. Unless a fall of rain occurs very soon, much damage will ensue to crops in this district. Several far mers are harrowing their fields in order to break the crust of the soil, as the young shoots cannot g...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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The Elmore-Cohuna Railway. THE DISAPPOINTING DELAY WHO IS TO BLAME? [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

The Elmore-Cohuna Rail way. 'fin; DisArroixTixo DI;I. "WHO is TO HI, A MI; ? Great surprise and disappoint, nieut \vas felt throughout the Co huna district at the discovers made on 1 Inusdav of last week, that the construction of this railway was not then begun. notwithstanding - P,r'x xvceks had elapsed since the J rust was constituted, and that the work was autlioritively an nounced to commence immediately on the receipt by the Government 1 reasiitj- of a sum sufficient to guarantee the purchase of the necessary laud required. The rea son was the more iitexpliable he cause it was well known that the 1 rust has full power to arrange for a loan of money from the hank,and that the preliminary work of serv- ? mg the notices on the landowners concerned had been-or was sup posed to have'been- long ago com pleted. Nevertheless, the Railway department semi-ofiicially an nounced that the line was not be gun simply because the Govern ment could not get this small pre hmmarv monetary deposit...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SOME POINTERS IN THE CARE OF PIGS.. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

SOME POINTERS IN THE CARE OF PIGS.. Tile essential# of an environment suitable for breeding uniiuals are suoli as will afford fchcni nn abundance ot .sunlight, fresh air and exercise during the day, and warmth and freedom froni dampness at night. During the sum mer months the housing problem is an easy ono; uud that ol providing raug.» is more difficult because it involves fencing, and for this reason too many pig-growers fail to provide suJUeient range to derive the greatest possiblo benefit from it. There ai'e 110 rules for determining the acreage necessary to pasture a given uumber of pigs. Rainfall, the uuturo of the soil, tillage, amount ol grain fed, aro all factors that enter into the problem. In most parts of the province one-hnlf aero of well culti vated land sown to a suitable forage crop will bo sufficient to pasture one brood sow and her progeny of seven pigs. The amount of grain that should bo fed in addition to the forage tliua supplied will vary from 3 to 10 lb. per d...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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LIQUID MANURING. THE REST SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

LIQUID MANURING. . TIIH RlvST SYSTEM. "About threa years ago," & COITUS-'. pondi'nt writes us (tho N.Z. Dairy man), "wv resolved to lest ijio prac tical working of a plan suggested by this journal, which it .'.coined could bo inado successful, and now, niter three lull yeara ill use, wo aro ready to report that with us the system is sut intnetory and accomplishes tlio objects HOUtfllt. ">Y"c first dug a cistern outsido tho cowhouse, where ail tho gutters would open directly" into it. It was mudo 10 feet deep, 11 feet wide, nud 30 feot long, find is used for 30 cows. It we wer« V6 tnako any change wa would make Jt, larger, ns tho. .longer the manure . remains iii it tho hotter, it liquidise.* ^and:,iho;£»ai2r J^handleffC ; Wo. would fv/v.-v noach inoiith' cows' aro^ housed chii ifo the y^ar. Into1, this pit all the mrt-. nure, both solid and .hquid, is pushes! with a shovel, care being taken to keep hay and ludd.ng;out of the gut-? t-rs as much as possible. It the gut tors...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. in' Auek'iand. d.iwK-'s Jtjy. and Cat .\ :'. ri of Mii;ill- p»<\ ill UMi-'.". wa .> ;i)»l H'ljiatrd l*v ' < i (r.uiil ;t i!' i 11: t' 11 Vs. to (i.;\ -t .11. ( - tv l.= it- 11'j <>l I» <] *|;u' 1 l out S* dn> v tuwl Us a- Ji !-.> m.i it{,rtl.yn :.u . ij.iii i > n! M.li.-mnf i'ur h{v,..v\"' iii.in )tir vva^os. lit- iwenih> ri tU-cUtl ;tL ,)u- (Yi Mai If»<ns.' cm' Mav J aniounted tc»c-- . Keve.iue. lli.JMl'M.-lU; State. C275 1-V: eontin^-nr, tUKl/li; pilotage, - J^; whanajje, CUM:11; 'M. A married woman named It (t'al'n-.. w;i*. burn.d to ihnih in Ji«w home, I'ft i)i. nil Monday. "\ constable p'uek ly to her re»eei\ and !».< i.i:ht Ji iiom tin- building. bin "-lit* <. xpired vooii after. A d» ;inin>ir:t:ivii iu favor of ilouo Hi«K- w j* <|.j i .is tli.» Kxhibiiioii HuiM iiig, Melbourne. on Monday nicui, v. hen «or-.' imuit* by Mr. F:m?o}\ Mi . Ih:glu«s. S.ntne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

For Sale, Two sL-cciiullialul ABBOTT BUGGIES, nciirly new, with hoods. Also (!i>!-class douWe Abliott. J. A. HI",AKIN. KliKANG CAKHIAGlv I'ACTOKV, KKRAXO. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE, Any Hour. Day or Night. W. E. Peverill, l\ivate Address: COUUXA HoTHt.. for Famous I'orO Cars, lYerk-ss uti'.I Precision Motor Cycles. Neptune Oils. MOTOR; ANI> Cvcrjc Rkpaiks A Specialty. (*uus, Separators ami Sewing Machines repaired. Accessories .stocked. Tyres. Ull-i, ctc. S. F. Hyde For Up-to-date . . COACHPAINTING, SIGN WRITING, . -V-HPU^^DKCORATING, - v--v- v ani> PAPER HANGING. Main Street, Cohuna. KST1MATI;S GlYlvN*. IfeU" S. 1'*. IIXDr. tvishes to inform thi 'public of the ilistrict that lie Kii taken over tile Coaclipnintinir Department of Hall's Column Coach liuUding Business, and that nil orders en h':-U'd to him will receive prompt anil ctreful attention. Cooke Brothers, MACORNA. Agents for all descriptions of fixnu machinery, "Beenie" horse and cattle rugs. Send for cata logues. Blacksto...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE LUCERNE-SOWING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

THE LUCERNE-SOWING SEASON. "Kvery wheat grower should hav< luren*' on his farm if lias a suit able pictv ot land at all." said a.Ned known tanner no; Inog ai»o; but :n saying that lie must not be rc^ir !.- ; as suggesting thai ewrv lamer should grow lucerne liay tor tlio metropolitan market., for a little study ot the sta tistics of the crop shows that it does not require a very hup* ineivaso in production to depress pr»ees to the improvable point. lnorene in the ar.-a under hnvrne Ins be^n achieved , in the past ten or fifteen years hv a s*-r:es ot advances and retreats. He li\een tho \ears liHJS and 1!H0. for instance, thwc »va* a steady increase . from acres of lucerne to tVJ.OO ' a. r s. the high prices offering for hay dur.ng VvH^ no doubt inducing grov\ ('is to extend. Tiie increasv-d pro duction in 11*10. however, aided hy a good season, nduevd prices, and thus atf.cted tho sowings :u 1911 and llMl'. for in tho hitter year the area iett \o IsUWO acres. As values im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

Professional. A CARD. Dr. Nankivell, Has removed to his new residence in Channel-street, Cohuna, And iti future may lie consulted there. Oi.'NiinwKK visited on Sale Pays. - nn."" J. . Chnstophpr,. jr A' C u , l> i> " > n "w r -t u.s!A'."*'' SURGEON. ... DENTIST. Formerly of Collins-street. Melh. T^liSIKIiS to intimate that he has purchased the practice of Mi A. R. Wellman, of Kerans, and may be consulted for all classes of Dental Work, at Mr Wellnran's late premises, Wellinyton-street. (opposite ICs'chaiii,e Hotei) Kerany:. Crown & Hridpe Work a Specialty Visits Column every Alternate Week. ' J as Richards, LL.B liarrist"- and Solicitor, V. :toria. Solicitor, l'ruetor and Attorney, New South Wales. ?'Vtoria-strOet, Keran^. next Com mercial, Hotel, '1'1-one 61. ind at Swan Hill, 'Phone IS. Visits Cohuna monthly on Sale )avs ami on Court Days when re liiired. Knoiidrook and Harhntr. r'oruiiyh'y. on M'uesdays - Court Days. Trust n oneys to I .end. VVillan, Colles, and ...

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POULTRY FEEDING-VARIOUS METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

POULTRY FEEDING-VARIOUS METHODS. Th.» cf focding is on nil Miiii's wuh thai of housing; llano nr.? many di/lVrctit methods ami systems nil ot which luwc their ardent sup porters and opponents. It reminds mo of tho proverb---"Ono man's moat i> another man's poison," asinthe nailer of housing, it is impossible for a hard and lust rule to ho In id down for a system of feeding which shall ho equally sui'taMe for all ,pl;uv?s ;imi o'.inuUe.s. Tho diet suitable tor n per .im living in? say, Fiji, would not- he tho most suitable )'or soiiiv? one in' iho Antarctic . regions, and tho same reasoning applies to our feathered friends. Of eour.se, tho sam;« diet wonld possibly sustain Ulo in both tin4 geographical extremes just mentioned, hut in treating tit tho foed'tig of fowl* wo do not merely want, to feed them in order to hoop thorn alive, hut so that tho host return in*the shape of egg» may ho had from lliom. ({ood housing and good foiling will always pay h.-tier tiia:i indifferent hous...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (Uy "Amiuown.*.") Uieea will Lo worn, buL us dark i\n \\u- In live, uliilo !)»?».\vn i.s uosug to'»*. a nan* I \nn mv u now m tiw »e.v u,iu .shade of lie tie negro, that l.i11»\vji Dm; is a.most nUck, and with :i it.ui;ln-.-> oi y'ei.ow arc Miro to occur, Hu« tuo eoUnus have an atYmtly. iu>-ie \v;ll be ali ihe browns from teto ao negro to luo.i/o and dead loui tints, Wiii know that wan brown of a certain i .iaili* nothing look* better than old pi:.K, a deait t»»;\ rose ro!our, nnd hiu-uul a brown Cv.suimo come your way I advise you to have one of the now brown Ta-al h;u*, lh"* llat snapo mado up over a lui-th bantu-ail at tfie back ;>!:<1 *ide, and filled in with brown udlo and quantities oi pink loses. Do not p-t >lie colour tuu pah1, .vou want tho old pink, but Urn much mixed wttit white. It is beiWr to have the shad }?).; towards yellow than svhito. Theso iit'o quite niris' hats the brim is tilted vn v high, an<l ti>1111 u. h...

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PRESERVING BUTTER. A TESTED METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

PRESERVING BUTTER. A TKSTKl) METHOD. A emitributor to "Hoard's t Dairy man" giv.s ihe following rc-eip:* far prcMTving butter, which, lie >ays, 1ms no Mjual or suprriorCmirn ami then wash well tho huiier in Mjveral cold waters so os to thoroughly remove ev«-rv trace of the Imttoi-ruiik. Drain will* *pf<a<i it thinly, and sail to suit tho taste, spruiklo the' salt, thinly over every portion of it. Work well, drain again, and s*t in a cold collar of even temperature or in a refrigerator until next day. Then work it again by means of a butter ladle, and pat it into littlo cakes t)io s'zo of an egg, and pat each of thrso (one at a time) until thin as a wafer, so as to drain pff all tho wat»T possible. Pack in earthcrn jars, filling whh 1 in. of the top. Next wring a whit.* linen or mudm , cloth from cold water (cutting it to lap a littlo over the jar), and on the top of the cloth put fino salt until it comts level with tho top of tho jar. Put a sheet of pnraflm ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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FEEDING WHEY TO YOUNG STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

FEEDING WHEY TO YOUNG STOCK. "New York Product* Kevlen" ha* loon asking its readers to give their experience of feeling whey to .voting stock. Here arc-throe of the replies reived: 1st.,-The whey should he clean and fed in clean troughs. Twelve pound* of. whey equal about one pound of fcram for pig and poultry fed. Two pounds ofwhey equal one pound of skim-milk . ns feed. Sour whey can bo fed,-but wu prefer sweet storiliMNl whey. Thi troughs should b»« of me tal, such us galvanised iron ones, to keep -.{hem from souring, so they can be easily cleaned. ' llave a large trough tor pigs and a smaller one for .chickens and a faucet at one end o» tho trough, so they can he easily cleaned. 2nd.-Haw had no experience along this lino. Do not think it could he mado profitable unless :here was a large supply of whey and one was al»5e t<» conduct the htts:ne--' on a large -scale. if a faetory was already pro vided with suitable quarters lor tin animals and ill.' maker bad sullictent ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 8 May 1914

Bereavement Notices. DEATH.   Hancock. - On the 28th April, at " Estherville," Kow Swamp, the dearly beloved husband of Nancy Hancock passed away after a long illness, leaving 3 sons, 8 daughters, also, 11 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. THANKS. MRS. W. HANCOCK and Family de- sire to express sincere thanks to their many friends for kind expressions of sympathy in visits, letters, cards, tele- grams and floral tributes received during their recent sad bereavement. "Estherville," Kow Swamp.   MR. WILLIAM GOULDING and family desire to tender their heartfelt thanks to all kind friends for floral   tributes and expressions of sympathy re- ceived by them during their recent sad, bereavement. Cohuna.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (|1t "AmliroMUO,") Tlif "l.anc*t ' lointw to tho follow my conclusions after u chemical aualy >«.» o) tnont.v-Mx tfolbknmrn toiJft soups; -To hUimnariHo, tlw results .sJioa that tho toiler Mi;«ps on (ho market a whole evidence a decree ot purify «r<d adaptability for toilet purposes, w I rich redound to tho credit oi the soHp-ni.ik^r, It ih obvious tluit modern *o»p-makin<v in, gnu-rally speaking, lounded on sciuittifio limv% and rim on a bjMcnr of control whidi turns out A *uindard product equal to ascertain**! rtquircments, tiros* adul teration in regard to toilet, ftoaps Uooa not oppear to «xi«t. The athletic K;rl \n less Jikely to succumb to temptation thai, her hlstor wlia does not fio in for athletic, in the opinion of Dr. Dudlov A. S.u gvnt, director of athletics at Harvard. .Sk-i;U evils aro the result of Jifo\s lorves being; turned into wroni; chan nel*. J ho e;ornal longing to externa mo ottcseIi~-that is, to find an out lot for t...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (Ily "Jtii.sMc.un.") It is plain thut thy invivitigations of tho Closor S^uIotomu Commission *r« going ;o briug about. somo d<Mgrov*bl« rvT. iaiuii- lib to tho manner iu which the important busings of Kittling ihfl land has bo.n conducted. It cannot. hs *u:d that tho rorelation of tho fact that there has {>(*en egregious btingb'ng - to l»ui it mi{dSy~w»U Ltcasion auTprisi1, i'lio existence of tli.-tt tact hits been known for years. Hut most peoplo «ouid li;*rtllj- credit !h* extent of lijxt bungling, «»ni as roveakxl by tho entry of iIK* Commission upon tho fringe of .1 enquiry. A few details published :*s to tho conditions lonml by tho Com mission on tho first property visited - ;ho Allamlvo Kstatc-arc illuminating. . flu\v servo U» give nn iden of what is to conio. A Ham boo Kstatoo contains i C*01*:s acre.*, and was built up by pur ; chaseis from thirteen adjoining Jand .\nov?*. Tho average prico p«iul per acre was 100/1, tho total purchase* tnon- ...

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THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF OUR SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF OUR SISTER. | and liuding u seelnd<«d .-eat, liuddied I among my gt>iy 111\ lur.s I*>r the |*.i»». J In t ho 11ntv elamor of t ln» hnoimnive I was a fiiiki nuiim a < hifil mi ilie l»utt"inv-hoi**c stage. As 1 shipped up stairs from a belated -upper, inv aiiili metio umh r my arm, 1 b r.ime sudden, l.y gal* nnisvil ;u the parlor door. 1'iau eie, our lovely, popufai, debutante sis Ivr was entertaining tho hand-omrst man I had ever mvii! Ho reminded mo ol one oi hiv heroes (Jeorge Washing ton. hi the MUio.st voice eonceivable lie was saving; "I'leaso' ask mi».' to call again this Keck. .All! turn you haw made me the happiest- 111:111 in the uor:d." Thnll ed. I n.*)»t , I..".r. 1-ii.noi.., looking 'liiitN.-li slim »»rd '-iii/hani mgh bne|> if? a p>nk gown «d -'eeo rliugmg ma(>Mial. was staiid,,-g by the mantel. I tj»-\ «»r «aw her hair l»>!-k so brant ii nil v blond; 1 tivvn- f\w ll^r ew.% look :.<> datie.-j - »oj...

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A CONVICT'S GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

A CONVICT'S GRATITUDE. Ueorgo Gunning, a taciturn Eng lishman, who has just been released from The Tombs Prison, New York, where, he. hud been. detained for steal ing diamonds from llie house of a Ne^: York physician, confervsed that ho had ioMmmI in Ani ric-i and Kuropo liwaiiM1 ft his alfeotion for hut lit I lo Knghsh orphan girU. Gunning Nays that In* li'lt Dariiuoi'r I'nson in l!HK>, penni less. friendless, ami desperately I "tie Minif. Hunger «lro\,: Imn to a plea sure park. wln-ro succour ramc i«» him irom tun little charges »»f a foundling asylum. The children were «.'ni«»y»nji ;» piniie, Init see:ng liini in (listr<'ss, thoy jjyvo him buns and cake. In their lm»t«» to run away Irom " the wild u»an'% the two children fell into a [Mind. (.tinning incited hoih, and slunk away before women folk couM sco him. "Immediately 1 resolved "to help thosu kids.V said Gunning. " 1 on tiered a house outside Loudon that night. Wi-th tilt* loot 1 dressed liko a nobleman. 1 went...

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CURES BY SUNLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

CURES BY SUNLIGHT. the "l>aily Teh -j;rapVi* in \armus parts «'i th»» >w»rM, <h>et > s have rarric«l out experiments wiii: a view to developing the application nf tlu enrativo powers «i| direct sunli^it. (hi the Continent many mkc»!-»-i\k jr2-* * reports! from thu oxpusu'-o or pa-ti'-'iits Milfering from varum* k i»?»«.; .if tuberculosis in Iho direct rays t IJ»« sun. ant) (In1 advocates of ilii.s form of treatment, technically knownas hoHu therapy, say that it is sonict>me»t pos sible In ciiri» such a condition, even "here ;*r«\it destruction oT n tissue tins oeeurreU. Mw't» recently an .Aniji'; van physivian lias Ucon lurnms hU n* . 1 ention in the effect s of bright HI » li-iht on superficial rancors. Kxpcri nu'ntiii" with that IWm of tnali^.i 'lit growth known as enit helioinata. J ». *? investigator slates -inat !n« has l»»und ! lie foeljsM.'d rays |)| tile Still as ».!{'»« rioiis a«» radium and X-rays. lliK tu.'u l'»rrm ot light tivat'iteir eensMs in ...

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HOW TO USE MANURE MOST PROFITABLY. SOME OF THE NATURAL LAWS WITH WHICH THE USE OF MANUR[?] MUST CO-OPERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

HOW TO USE MANURE MOST PROFITABLY. 80MK OJf Till .NATURAL I.AWK WITH WHICH TUB 0KB OP' Mi.NURN MUST CO-OI'JIK ATB. From tiiu* immemorial it ha» been uliuout th« universal .iihIuui to spread uixuur* over tha Mit'i'aoo of lh« »oil and thou plotitfh it under. Gunoration a I tor ifrfiiwratum of fnrmnrs have fol luwod tho ouHtom without nonously thinking whathor thiw method was lli»i b?Ht method to bo ombp!oyc>d. Liunuuix aro. controlled wore or lens by cusunn and habit, n*liicU thoy accept aud adopt unthinkingly on tho aHsumption that whatuvor is. in ri{^htt anil tbut what always Jmh uoen done if» mpportcd by .101110 good rvitHun, and then.'to rv should bo eontinuod to bo dono. Kvcry farmer should know for him 8oh' prooiHolv wJiy , h«vadoa*-i doos. In' tl»isr'"riVatt>cr of 'itirtiur*, ">f ilao farmor regularly y«?nr after yoar ploughs utanuro undor, lie should not tio so unthinkingly, hut bhotild know why bo does it, ;iud then try to loaru whether, under all l-U«* cuottiUHtanc"...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XV (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

Terribly Tempted. SERIAL STORY ANNABEL GRAY. CllArTi'JK XV ((.'onlinuxl.) "II does, indeed J"' >ho .said, Atnu-'i w ith hit; manner. ''Now, il you, .Mrs. Stumor, wi-'i'o quite satisfied w itli Leonard's deepest love, you would ma sit here, dav unei day, hour att.r hour, wuh only books as your solace." "Wo tuny continue ait in heaven,1' sho said wisttully, hut sho ci-inutuued and dnsjuil lu«» hands. ! Luun had hlio pondered mi (ho oun- 1 v\)s anomalies, mjnsi ices, ami mum* «U life. »She mi^ht ho lonely. be even iorsnhott; but. lure, mi Uiis inn* litre* hold of urt, sho cnuld take her place; hero at least was an aim, and lepese must couio. rSomo woid all'atus la 1 atolcu into her huuu. "By the? way, hate yuu read llnv translations 01 i> hm.it/. I jent youf lie asked. "Iff*! Ttu>\ arc u-tKlu." ".Sehmoita jk tic stylist j hot (In 11' is immense depth ami origiuahty in his idecs." "Do you - (hi you think Leonard i> changed:*" sho asked, solth, alter a pause. Siio know then w...

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