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IMPROVING GRASS LAND. BRITISH METHODS. USE OF NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

IMPROVING GRASS LAND. KIUTISU MI5TH<Jl>S. USA 01'' .N'lTROUKiN. u\Vlion-considering- tho inotlioil" "dI"ili][tr oYlh £ ^Any 'imrtchilav; picotT of* grass (states n JJritish o,\pert) it is most important to remember tho na ture of the soil and tho length at* trmo that the Held lias been laid down. Tho *oil of an old pastille is nearly always rich in nitrogen, more particularly if tlio land is inclined to ho st'ill', though a -vond deal of this nitrogen may not ho in a readily available condition, in snob cases, il would generally lav a waste to apply a manuro containing nitrogen. hut as n.nrly all old pastures tend to b»coino deficient in phosphates, and sometimes also in lime, a manure supplying these substances is almost sure 'in give a good return. 'It is for this reason' that basic slug lias boon found sit effective upon old pastures; it supplies a (foosiderablo quantity of phosplinto and at the same time a small percentage of free limo. "A really black soil incline...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

Coffee Palace, Coliuna. MRS. C. H. M'DONALD Wishes to notify (he Public that.she 1ms leased the above-named establishment. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODA TION AND CUISINE. Xo pains will he spared in study ing the comfort of both travelling and permsinent boarders. VREE STABMXG PROVIDED. Hunter & Bosselmann, DENTISTS, BENDIGO AND KERANG. T)k. H. H. HUNTER, r..T).S.,. >i.A.c.i)., n.n.s. 'Univ. of Pemi.) JIk. ROWLAND D. Bossewiann, i,.n.s., ii.n.sc. (Melb. Univ.) Reg to announce to tile public of Co liuna ami district that MR. B0SSEU1ANN Will VISIT COIIUNA 011 the I,AST TUKSDAY of each Month, and that he may he consulted at I'rant/.'s Hotel on those days between the hours of 10.30 a.m. anil 5 p.m. CONNELLY, TATCHELL BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, MARKET STREET, COHUKA. OS#" Connelly, Tatcliell and Uunlop beg to announce to the Public of Coliuna ami surrounding districts that they have - Opened a Branch Office I11 Market Street, Coliuna (in Andrew S. Muir's premises, till recently occ...

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A WORD FOR THE OLD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

A WORD FOR THE OLD MAN. j <*"» »v«t an inestimable aUr when hi ,»»l "Zier ly' mT' -Kt U"1V "t"-v ,rllu" °>>» N "r.' J1"'1-'0 bu^ *>>«* °t in am u, ! Uir I??, *I|IWJ " exhausting fM ««. nn"ecessanly, wo aro i"cHn«t t 1 "9 «'o m.ivorH,, ami th"t 't«olf is .,0 i"o," "P«" «-Jtieh wc can plav off our envies. With 1J|U b 1 . J .fcrnr.w a..,i s,""k0 Hnd dust';;; 07Zk f "'7'° k »M«arnnc. of and |,ut m;inv e( . 's IK, more than appearance ' Wo Zrtmrh'" fW "Pi'liekior, of nv , T"'n aml tJ'« OS'HO nuns il.wlt (Hit preinaturolv. .N\ma. < a.vs, wo ar<, a|.l ,0 noi.v» for business, ami constant dinning i01. en. learned " bit," "ll(1 )|n.jvw, " . tl'iit period I'm,,, which ho |(w|[ »'« future, mat tii«. lutr.cnto instrument begins to ioik moro smoothly and foully; but none ttio k«iH sureli- ? . Tl.". , M"cl?' efficaciously, Htuu is much of the work on a : or ... other M,)u.,.0i tll,a mn ^ . ..feuHl Mllch but such work ih only mado po^iblu by u n.iins Hi...

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COMMERCIAL. COHUNA STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

COMMERCIAL.: COIHJNA STOCK SAf.K. Messrs. Geo. A. Benoe and Co. report having held their usunl monthly stock market at Cohuna on Tttesd-ay, when they yarded 100 head of cattle, including fats, stores and springers. Fat cattle were in good demand. I'at cows fetched from £6 10s to £ 10 10s; store steers, £S 6s: store cows, £3 10s to /.! 10s; springers, £t>. There was a IJIR yarding of pigs, which sold exceptionally well. Slips, from iSsto-tSs; suckers, ,15s to 26s; fat pigs, £i 15s to £i 2s. Poultry, 3s 6d pair ; turkeys, 10s. pair. KKKANC1 1*1 G MARKET. May Sill. Andrew S. Muir and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly sale of pigs and poultry at their bazaar on the above date, for which they had forward a good supply of prime bacon pigs, a few pens of heavyweight sows, and a fair num ber of store pigs. Prime bacon pigs met with strong competition, and prices obtained showed a de cided increase on former sides. Heavyweight sows sold well at prices in advance of previous r...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. 0.1 M nV -V Statu L'nbinol tlio hWV C"nl'-V "" "I"-"1" ">"??< uc' jc'ar. li,utol'J' for ""Oilier ?OH Monday tin- relief land in ,0 , mcUoii mil, u". |j0ii(lixo mm nji \iis !wSo a",u"»u,l t» « I'Wluover I-"ill Kivderiek Illitt'kwood nl.o i.ns uocn ;ippointed military seeretm'v t" f,"m.!UI|1"1!1 (lovcrnor OlihuI designate, arrived j» y,,i. Ijuuriio on .Monday, i-o!l»ivliiK ii),on .-in yf,_ ,.',1«.«» Miniuioii i I lor jilli.p., |IV ,t Chinese in ^Ojstnct Court. Th, ease Wl,s (1is. i; At,Ah' "''"ilioTiin poliee court. Wil n«i»i Charles Adnm* was sentenml to V'*!' l,l,K'"tK iMiijrisonViuiiifor 'h«vuiieV «i/ltillj- retnilietl Icttlii's -ndtlrfssed -..to; t»t pt (: or ,i.«wmv nraugly-delivered to him. Tli.» revenue eolleeted at the'Cus tom Ifouso on Mny II ninomited to Her,Mine, £10,(531/7,-2; .St"te. nil; eon "I'W-'iit. 11 r>: piloUij-e. JL-liH l.s.f n-liuili,Ke, CSIU3/11,7. As >1 protest. a^iiilist olliri;,! in:n-tioii over IIOO eitizells of Perth .in,| ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

Personal. Master Harry ITore, sou of Mr P. H. Hore, of Column, was operated upon hy Dr. Nankivell for appendicitis at Miss CafTiu's Private I-Iospital last Monday. Dr. McKniry, of Kerang, assisted. The patient is progressing quite satisfactorily. A well-known Presbyterian clnWcli in Sydney m about to ? wit ness an auspicious event of con siderable Social interest to Coliuna, in the impending marriage ot Mr Hermann .'Frederick Bahnieicr, Engineer in charge of the Cohtina Water Supply District, who is to be wedded on or about the 27th. of this month to Miss Bernice B. Shoemake, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs B. F. Shoemake, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, U.S.A. This young- American lady, who is at present making the journey across the Pacific Ocean onboard the s.s. Sonoma, in company with Mr and Mrs Khvood Mead, has the rather rare feminine distinction of being a Vollege graduate in Agriculture, having successfully taken the course at the Agricultural College of Colorado with her intended hus ban...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

Professional. A CARD. Dr. Nankivell, Mas removed to his new residence . in Channel-street, Column, And in future may lit consulted ' there. CiUNiiowKU* visited on Sale Hays, 'f i)j{. . M.A.C.0., D.D.S., N.W. Univ., U.S.A. SURGEON v DENTIST. Formerly of Collins-street, Melb. TJ/i.SIRKS to intimate that he lias l>iirelK>sed the practice of Mr A. K. Wellmau,-of Keranjf, and may he consulted for all classes of Dental Work, at Mr Wellman's late premises, \Vellinj,rtou-slreet. (opposite K.vchunge Hotel) Keranp. Crown it Uridine Work a Specialty Visits Cohuna every Alternate Week. Jas Richards, LL.B Hnrrislnr and Solicitor, Victoria. Solicitor, Proctor and Attorney, New South Wales, v'ictoria-street, Keranj£. nest Com mercial, Hotel, 'Phone 61. and at Swan HiII, 'Phone 18. Visits Column monthly on Sale Days and on Court Pays when re quired. Koondroolc and Barham foi tniffhly, on Tuesdays - Court Days. Trust moneys to Lend. Williin, Colles, and Willan, (Fslal.lislM 1S52.) Barristers a...

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PATHO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

PAT HO. Al a recent parents' meeting at Patlio S.S. I'J'J-I, the following members of the School Committee were nominated, and have now been gazetted. They arc Mr Krecl I'orster chairman, Mr A. l'erris treasurer, Mr U. Kosau correspon dent, and Messrs II. Russel, IT. Hall, IT.- Gamble, and A. Dim ham. A meeting was held in the school 011 Tuesday night, at which it was decided to take part in the coin i>incd picnic oi the schools of the district, to tic held at Otinboweroii 22nd inst commemorating Kmpire Day. Mrs ICnnis, relieving teacher, took charge of the Patlio State School last Thursday. I.oeal farmers are rejoicing in the good fall of rain last Tuesday night, 95 points being registered here.

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WANTED—ENCOURAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

WANTED-ENCOURAGERS. Wliilo only the very fvw read poetry, or really wire for it. <thcro are coiuit k'ss thousands to whom a smilo and the fitting word at ilio tilting moment would mean ju«t everything. And they .HO f>eld«m get it. 1 do not think wo uucourugo one another very mnch. And tht» trend of tho ago, to uso on« of llio catch phra.ses of tho day, is dis tinctly discouraging. It is a sort of I'uoo and hustle and push, in which the easily discourtigcd will undonbtOdly lug behind. Very high up nmong the people who dd things would I plaeo "tho one who encourage# out of pure kind ness mid a desire to help, i\listnkes are made, of rourso, and somo quite useless and futilo effort may bo glori fied for the moment; but where is the ultimate harm? Let u» have more encourager?* to relievo the grcync*a of life. Mudame Lillian Xordica, the famous singer, who rccontly toured Australia, died iu Batavia, Java,

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MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuowlnj. WUKAT AM) OTIIKU I'lUlDl-CR. \\ heat,-'Tho market in firm ill toil#, owing partly to tho .small supping of fering and party to thu domand to CO VIM* lomnrd contracts. PajooK :u» quoted at 8/10 to a/I", ami eotihidor uMo vauvollutions 01* conUactn !;uv*i W» arranged on tho )>».six of 3/lOj. UMiuary !ut, in fcturo ui-w t|Uotoil «t l''lom\--The association prico Tor lo cal consumption i» £y delivered. Mruii and I*4>!1»r<|-Tin* association pr-tv for brini is £.> delivered. ami thai lw pol'ard i'0/0/. Barley.- A considerable business \u* heou done. A number of lines of »h« better quality Chcnalicr have heen sold i*t pmv.s ranging with tho.^mplo i,vm .v iur medium up to.:^/or mi' uhnoxt . pi'iino ^iimplu .ot hi^i'sVjtfjDirlH growth. Ahoufc jfK)0 hags of pearling. Knwf-cn hayo changed hands .at 00 (" ojJ, tvhilo L'/l is offered for teed, ' ,n' Capo, offerings mv n<>l very f»c^. Salos Jmvo been madn nt from i>/ to vvliil*.* u...

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ROLLER SKATES IN POSTAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

ROLLER SKATES IN POSTAL SERVICE. HolW-Kkating (says "Chambers's Journal") in generally regarded ns a pastime, lmt tho United States Gsv orntnont has found it very useful in tho postal service. In o»e of tho largo posl-ofllceH in Chicago tlio post men store their uniforms, and other requisites in tho hutment. Thero ar« II0() lockers in mi apart ment Measuring HflOft. in length, ft was found that checking «t1u» equip ments during tho rush hours impostnJ a sever© task on the clerk*. Iu order to facilitate tin* work the chicf oft-h* department suggested that, tho clerks should uso rolIer-Kkatcs, so that * in y could traverHe tin floor juickl.v and with loss fatigue. Tho employees soon camo to apprcciato *l»o uiuovu tion, uk it also effected n wo'conic rr» ; dnotiun in thp wear ami loar of boot leather. Tim experiment proved » complete success, becnuMo the tiorks equipped with tho skates pf.ii;.i inert their chocking duties in n quarter of tho tnio formerly oc^utiied. Kollor skates .woro...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flomington.") H 15 to bo foaivd that "WnrrnNUt* buol woi'k'' this year did not holp to allay tho doubt* in regard to tho jump* mg material availablo for tho wintor campaign. Tlu> big meeting in tho \\ i'ht (lid not reveal any fresh taloni llu«t might ho depended upon to lill tip {japs lelt in tho cross country ranks sineo )asj, winter. SUH, as previoiudy sud, there is 110 cause ior despair. In previous years tho "Grand National'' outlook has In-on just as unpromising at tins linio ot' tho year only to briglt* ton np tin* Mason advanced. NVo can thru, at least, keep on hoping ior tiH» h.st^ It did not say much for tho opposi tion when V..M.K. proved oapablo ot winning tho "Grand Annual" at \Yarr nambuol by 20 lengths. True, V.M.U. cun go a hit oyer ii'nces,. lint ho Jiiis now boon battling. At tho fjauio. for. a good low year*, andtJiuK&rvfic ortlK miry conrso of affair*, ho muK.v'Jiuvo deteriorated lo «om»» oxtent. 'VWnsNica, considering that he is compa...

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LEITCHVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

UUTCHVILUv, The animal tea meeting: concert held under the auspices of the I,eitchville Congregational Church took place on Wednesday of last week, and was, as usual, a great success. Owing to a blunder on someone's part no cups were available, but Mr Alf. North kindly went lo Mr McMahon of the Wee Wee Rnp Hotel, and to several of the district residences, and secured all the utensils necessary, to the great relief of the Committee and also, the visitors. A word of thanks ijdue to the young ladies of the Church who attended to the needs of the visitors at the supper tables, and also to Mr D. Webb, who kept the liquid department supplied. Owing to the absence of Rev. K. Baker through illness, the concert was presided over by the Rev. Iv. J. Rodgers, of the Gunbower Church of England. Mrs Duncan, of Gunbower, opened the concert with a beautiful over ture; Mr Bennett sung "Absent" and "Mary of Argyle," the latter being the better,of two good items; Miss M. Iwndlny nhvays sings very well...

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WEE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

\vr;n WKE RUP. A very enjoyable social took place in the Wee Wee Rup Metho dist Church on Monday night, Die Rev Kf;an-Lce presiding over a large and appreciative audience. . Songs were rendered l>y Mrs Gray, Misses K. Olsen and Jeffs, and Messrs H. Olsen, G. Gray, A. Fenu and H. Hunt, and Messrs H. Hunt and E. Taylor contributed recitation. A few of the Wee Wee Rup foot ballers journeyed to Gunbower last Saturday to play a practice match against the wearers of the blue and white. The result was an easy win for Gunbower. The return match will be played at Wee Wee Rup on Saturday week, when the locals hope to put up a better per formance. The green and gold should be able to hold their own when the season starts in earnest, as they will be able to put a strong team afield.

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District News. KOONDROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

District News. (From our Correspondents.) KOOXDROOK. Infantile paralysis is just now giving the parents of young child rcn in this district much anxious concern. A number of cases of this dreadful malady has myste riously occurred of late, and at length the attention of the Shire Health Officer (Dr. Johnson) has been called to the matter. Im pressed with the possibilities of in fection, Dr. Johnson has ordered the Koondrook State School to be closed, and issued instructions to have the building- thoroughly fumi gated. A combined Koonkrook and Bar bum Church of luigland Sunday School concert was held in the .Koondrook Mechanics' Hall 011 Wednesday evening of last week. An excellent programme of music was rendered to a large and appre ciative audience. A feature of the evening was the presentation of Miss Jiyers, a leading Koondrook tcaclier, with a manicure set, as an expression of regard on the part of the Koondrook congregation. Rev. M. T. Jones presided.

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Salt Problem at Mead. QUESTION OF COMPENSATION. CABINET RATIFIES PROPOSALS. IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL DETAILS. COMPELETE OFFICIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

Salt Problem at Mead. Ql'KSTION OK COMIMiNSA TION. CAHINKV .RATIFII'S PROPO SALS. IM I'ORTANT ADtirTIOXAL OJvTA I I.S. COMPI,KTK OFFICIAL STATIi M.KNT. At ;i meeting of the State Cabi net held on Monday, consideration was given to Hit svstem of relief to lie adopted for the salt-affectcd .ireas at Mca<l ami Cohnna. ine report of the Water Commis sion on the position was considered and the remedial proposals agreed upon at Hie conference were ap proved. They are as follow. A. That settlers oil Allotments up to 50 acres with one-quarter affected, Allotments up to 75 acres with one-third affected Allotments above 75 acres with one-half affected, be allowed to relinquish allotments, and that .improvements be taken over by the Government at valua tion. Deductions to be made from value of such improvements of all amounts due bv settlers, hut in re gard to half yearly instalments due for the purchase of the allotment, such to be calculated as 4Ji per cent on purchase prico of no...

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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

GUNBOWI'R. ; j,The" local Gunbowers Islaiid State SchooLCosnmittee was re-con stituted at a special meeting: h;ld last week, when the following were elected to serve for tlie ensuing term :-Chairman, Mr M. Pollock; committee, Messrs C. Howman, A. C. Wales, W. Masters and Mrs Bowman, correspondent, Mr Alex. Mclnnes. Another meeting is about to be held to arrange for the erection of a much-needed shelter shed.

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KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

KKRANO. Public criticism is a necessary and Rood thing, and i>rovittc<l that it is inspired by a sincere love of the public interest, and is sound in character, we cannot have loo much of it. lint it is sometimes so ill timcd as to constitute it a breach of good taste. A case in point lias just occurred at Kcluica. The Rev Val Trigg, who was recently en gaged in an evangelistic mission at Kerang, addressed a meeting in the Kcbuca Temperance Mall last Sunday afternoon. In the course of his remarks lie is reported to have said :-"That while in Ker ang his eyes had been opened to the enormous amount of licentious ness in such a .small place. He was glad to know that Kcluica was <i cleaner fown, but they still had forces before tlicir eyes that would make devils of them, and there existed habits which would debase their lives and ruin their charac ters." This is pretty rough 011 the social condition of Kerang, though it is not a bit too .rough if the im plicatio...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, May, 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

Tine Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, May, 15, 1914. COHVXA POUCH COURT.-At the Column Police Court 011 Tuesday, before Messrs. J. M'K. King .and P. A. Thomson, J's.l\, W. V. Ryan v. William Woolly for the recflverv of jC.3 7s 6d. There was tio appearance of defendant, who was ordered to pay the amount, with 15s 6d costs. John Keelv v. Jos. I'onton, for the recovery of .£13 Is. Order for the amount and costs. John Keelv v. Henry Ponton, for the recovery of /ll ^s 5d. Order for the amount and costs. Joh'uKeelyv. Robert Shad fortii, for the recovery of Zl3 18s 9d for goods sold and delivered. Case adjourned for 14 days in de ference to a request by the de fendant. Charles Henry M'Do nald, of Mead, applied for a car rier's license for two vehicles, one to carry two passengers between Mead and Mncorna, and another to carry six passengers between Co huna and Kerang. Granted. John J. Mannix was summoned under the Truancy Act for failing to send his child to school the necessary number of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

For Sale. Two nood secondhand ABBOTT BUGGIES, nearly new, with hoods, Also first-class double Abbott. J. A. DKAK1N, KKRANG CARR1AGK FACTORY, KKR.ANG. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE, Any Hour, Day or Night. W. E. Peverill, Private Address: COHUNA HOTKI,. A^ent for Famous l-ord Cars, I'eerless and Precision Motor Cycles. Neptune Oils. MOTOK ANH CVCI.K RurAIKS A Specialty. Guns, Separators Sowing Machines repaired. Accessories stocked. Tyres OiN, etc. S F Hyde For Up-to-date . . "-"-I v?K.COACHPAINTIKO, SIGN* WRITING? HOUSE DECORATING, AMD PAPER HANGING. Main Street, Cohuna. 1;5TIMATi;S CIVKX. CsSf S. lr. 1IVDH wishes to inform the ipuhlie of the district that lie lias taken over the Coachpaintinj* Department of Hall's Cohmia Coach building Business. and that all orders en trusted lo him will receive prompt and careful attention. Cooke Brothers, MACOR N A. Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, "Beenie" horse and cattle nigs. Send for cata logues. Blaekstone New Way Oil Engines. ALSTONS' W...

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