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BEST DRESSED ROYAL LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

BEST DRESSED ROYAL LADY. ( An oiitorpriMnjj journal >m«. m.uU injuries a* to th« amount ok p«nd».d annually hy Rural on I tbwr toiln'trs, nn<! has found th« fol f (rr^ in* tac!.*<, NaTs tli« "Kvomhj* Stan dard.1' Qnefn Victoria t»i Spain .wsilj the fnM place ;i«. th* l>e.*t dr«s.ved Royal lady. Sho obtains all ber dfo.<M>> from l\»ris. and has to pay .f«r t.« tii® *;rrnt funis the Hup <U« b« Pais a suit] f*t no less than L'FOIMI h year. Tho German Kinpress ha« a)) b<T dp*>si«s wado in J*«rliij. :it a cost lint tar hflotr iMOOO. An equal sum is expended hy thu (Carina, who flrfvivr^ in private TOVT dimply. and /j&fr gne* »m jor o-xpmiMvo r«>be«» on and festival occasion^, which. bw*rej\ arn not frequent in vit'\v of Tht» retired Ijf® of tho Kussian Im perial family. Th« mdua Mim repre sAnt^ thw rost of dre><ii<* to tho wife oz M. Voincarn. Que*m Kh.-na of Italy tnonds only ahout ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE COHUNA-GUNBOWER ASSOCIATION. THE PRESENT OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

THIC COHUNA-OUNIiOWER ASSOCIATION. TIIK PRKSKNT OUTLOOK. Just now the eves of all district footballers are enquiringly turned to the Cohuna-Gunbower Associa tion, with a view to ascertaining its coni|>osition. Hitherto this asso ciation has been made up of Co huna. Gunbowcr. Wee Wee Rtip and Phoenix. For some not very clearly explained reason there is great fear that I'hoenix will this V.'i." rop out of existence. If that should happen the Association would be reduced to three mem bers. This would have the natural effect of minimising the number of competitions, and the consequent public interest. On the other hand there is a possibility that the Asso ciation may include this year the Koondrook club. If this should happen, things will be about as broad as they are long. As a fact, the Koondrook club has already applied for inclusion in the local Association, the reason given being that Koondrook would be able to play its second-rate men only if it joined the Keratig Association t...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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HOME V. COLONIAL LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

HOME V. COLONIAL LAND. Mr. MeC'onucH writes in fh» i<uitritm "Dairy" j -Tiiuro is at. the priwut (ini* u troiucudou* amount m litoraiur* issued romcviun^ investments ill land in tli« colonic*. Umo point ivJifcti Kiumfn out, ]<oiv«v«*r, in that laud at Iloin*, compared will* any clsowhero, w comparatively cheap. (ino reads of farm* coiling from XJJO to i;S0 per aero ; in Nw* Zealand, of fruit farm* in Hri tisti Calumhh* which »ro worth from £20 to ilJW. ami of even 'iiomeatead" farms, which haro only, as it woro, got h bar* dwellijjg-honfto ami wire foneo, luring worth anything up to X\"> per aero. Now good farm land at Homo, right in tlh> oentrs of civilisation, with a full fgnlpntnt which it has taken genera tions tfl accomplish, am ho had ai X'^0 per nor*. It can easily he seen, there tme, that there h no comparison he* ttrfAl th» two. Why should anybody g© out- to lit* wild* of llritish Colum bia 01' Austral?* or ;<nr\v!i<'tv elso...

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Football. COHUNA CLUB. ANNUAL, MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

Football. COIIUNA CLUB. ANNUM, MMv'flNG. The postponed annual meeting of the Colin na l'oothall Club was held last Friday night at the Co hutia Hotel, the president (Mr. A. J, Frant/.) in the chair. There was a moderately large attendance. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed, 011 the motion of Mr. \V. Stewart, se conded by Mr. I'\ Featherstone. The Secretary (Mr, T. J. Cran well) then presented the annual financial statement. This showed the chili's gross expenditure to have been about _£-10, and the re ceipts /.if1. leaving a deficiency of .£.1. The balance sheet was adopted, 011 the motion of Mr. I'. Ward, seconded bv Mr. 1''. Clayton. The question of ways and means was next discussed. It was pointed out by the secretary that a number of accounts amounting to/.J2 .>s Jd were outstanding on fast year's transactions. During the discus sion the president, who has been a very liberal supporter of the club, generously donated a further stun of Ml 3s 'towards...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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HAD THE ADVANTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

HAD TUB AJ)VANT.\(ii;. Voting Mik*< llrady had l>«^n e»«gJ'g'd to ttirry the lunch out to th<« shooting party. \\'hi!o tlio sportsmen weru en joying their sandwiches, om* of tle-m nsknd if Iim would Jik«* to have a shot. '\Suto, and I would!" said Mike. A gun was loaded and givn to hitu. lie >irnlled «>(T towards Die fields, l»ni xiw nothing to shoot except two cows and a donkey. At- lust lie espied a sparrow sitting on (lie branch of a tree, singing to the sun. The sparrow saw him,-hut continued chirruping mririly. In f«/ar and tremM/iig lliat the bird would fly off fieforo he was ready, Mike knelt down on om> knee and took care ful aim. Still t!n> bird sang on. JtongI After a fen* .scoomJ.-i of doubt Mike arrived at the conclusion that ho was right in supposing himself -to ho llat on his hack. Picking himself up. he. looked at the tree. Y<*s; thi? no-rry sparrow was stiil there, chirruping as lmppily i.s ever. "Ah. you murderin rasca...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THE VERISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

THE VERISTS. fH Ti-ristii; opera I st-nto my opinion in must uncompromising terms: who evur wishes to improve his own «»r 1its Mlow-mrn's artistio tast»\ ^hoidd 11b nohlU'Iy rdittn It. I'svless to draw dis tinctions, and say ilia I Puccini is su IK'rior to Iieoiieavallo; In* may bo n more *i'y craft*"'."", but his music jias as IiVtl«» genuineness. The snc eoss mad»» to .Masragni's "Cavallcria Kusticana" mi tin- l»b;n of "tempera ment." "dramatic pHieieney," and what not. lias done a p;odigous amount ot harm, which might havo been almost irri-lri»'vaidA but tor tho ceaseless cn i. rgy u ith which a minority of mu-^c )ovcr> have proWted against that vtfM>ro and tho rounthss counterfoils of lyrio drama which it has begotten, trom Mavscnrt's '1»n Navarraisu to \Volf-Fer ran'* "{«h>ie'ji della Madonna ' \V*i Ituv« so much £«<*l mussc to .study and to enjoy, that evni tho second-rate ought to bo excluded, especially when our obj«*ct i> cuit.mo as' well as enjoy...

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

MELBOURNE LETTER (From Our Spnoiul CorrMpmitlMO .tVith the uii(ti'oaor efforts i«> uvaso by immigration tiio population U Australia to something like whnt I® needed, it should l»o natural to expeefc Juib more attention he given tu coil *ovvo tho home-grow^ product, j In spite t.\ periodical dtscloMttvs in con nection wiih infant mortality, ctdeuhn ul to jwvukou the indignation and com passion of tlie most callously jnditferonb citizen, there is still a waste of viilti ahle child life that is worse than crinu ti»I. The ignorance and neglect which loses for tlie STuto the lives of ninny infants born under the conventional conditions, is deplorable. There in no reason ivt ait why mothers, young or otherwise, should not be aequuinteU wiih whnt is required to raise healthy childrou. Kdnoation upon the riyi * line* is readily enough ohtuinabto, i:ut such is the inditference, or h\7.uwv», oV general lack of initiative, that hun dreds of infants which have the right to live and which are...

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HOLLY AND HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 15 May 1914

HOLLY AND HOPE. Sh«d, nhed ami doad Ho «tho flower* that oroumd ilio Summer; Chill, how chill and utill, lj«\s tho land tliat Winter numbs. See! not a Ik-<? whore, in gardens dumb and dumber* Wind-whimx-d am! nipped, died the Inst cnrvsanthi-mums. Ali'h dark; .wt mark wheio u Jittlc huniiy. isthmus Dim moon* and grim Joins; one nook vvlicro Spring has Juno with roses strewn! who will high for thco at Christina*: Holly\s hero, when doys are drour, to plant the ttorld with hopo! Life and joy arc rife; henrth ami hoart lot in the.stranger; Poor men win tho door whcnco the ruddy welcome uluws. All, great and MIIUII, by tho Star may seek the Manaer; Xvar cocb, to eueer each, tho Christ mas holly grows. Grot'ii as peaou is soon when tho fluwora of joy aro over, Greet when our feet down tho dark ways grop«*; Twjue, then. the Shrine of the Inn that traits the rorer; Holly, by the B*by li<? who guve the world ita hone! Gertruda Ford,

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CATARACT ON THE EYE. A PREVELENT RLEMISH IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

CATARACT ON THE EYE. V l'HKVAI.KNT OLK.MISH IN" 11UHSKS. A congenital disease, often observed iti hor-e* in particular localities, is oa wi-iri. This consists of an opacity in ono of I ho d»:»n»;»r stmotureK of the or-.', kiw»*n ;l<5 tho crysUtUiwo Jon.s, that i.* immediately b:himl the pu pil. The ejfect of this opacity i* to . )!>-.inn t the paswge of light to the re tina. ami mi ctU'-o partial or complete blindness, dvp-'uding upon the extent n» v. luVii the db-oase has progressM]. Opacities of tho cornea-iho transpar ent membrane that towns tin' ant: nor <'o:u of the ? y.,-hatl--must not be mis taken for cataract. When cataract. i> well d- veloped the pupil of the . vo h:u< a whitish or firry j.-it app\-aranc:»'. but small cataracts re fjune «h \>e i»b;« r\ati«':i for their dvt.r .'i, Th* «\v may bo examined by ?' ui'h a black hat, th*1 head b< mt; mrm-d auuy ii«>m tin li^ht. A rl.v.'i . NMunriation may be made in a d:u\ !?...

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ADVANCES IN SURGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

ADVANCES IN SURGERY. A; the ivc.nt .Mtdu-al Congress, hold in London, over U00 papers wer<» road by emiuent doctors hi thv world. each reporting the progr;>s made in tlie dif ferent branches 01 med.oine ami Mtift ory, and suggesting the lines which may be.followed with utlvnutag* in iuture research. Some idea of the notable advance may be formed from the mar venous reperis in the (ie!d of surgery. For instance, the human brain has been laid bare to its roetves, and such ope 'rations which were eonsiderotl impos sible previously rv- jh»w usttaMv con ducted. .Many dci'otmities winch uete ^nppes-.d tii be ircitra!»L» in times past are new reaudied. 8 surgeons hope :o grnft oil limb- obtained from pei >uii< killed aecidenial'y in place ul - ampnteil in m living people, and pj't.-ijj-e «i time nl«D no one will be compelled 10 liv* with one arm or lejj. i>ii.- M:rs;vo!t described a process ot b.;ne transplantation bv which a J *'.n h r:ti in* made whole Ario...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

Terribly Tempted. I A SERIAL STORY BY | ^ ANNABEL GHAV. J) ClLAl'l'lili ,\V1 FC'IIIIITHUMJ,) .'.Never to m^ei Uiurc, WIk'.o day lollops da\ ; Nevor to k:ss mete nil our lips arc clay. CM my darling-my lost darling Say iatuwel!, ana-go 1*' He drfcw liis hand over hs e.ws lrliich'suddenly iilkd with tears. Iho KOtds of tiiv- sun}; tang in iris oni.\. they haunted his meanly like ghosts suiting to K- "laid." lii- must ever regret.this woman w)u> had guvn him « sort, of wotship. Money hum be found at all hiii'.-jcds. li.uvniai, hor>e raoing, too-all hau ud-.d lum. Th-S world was still tbe god el hi? nlolaU-y ; ho liked st,» Ksh ><ii*.c.y, Ounces, <hn~ hvvSy intrigues with groat, hulk**--m u word-tasinen, a::d us hodaw* moek-.ty., Tito soul of this man was so Mnaii, ho was su detestable a mixture 01 vanuj' and t^liifhm.^ -that though not whol ly destitute of some good points trifles ruled hi?n. The smile of a prou.vaonal beauty, notice irout a prince. elub-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Butter Factory Has jnst opened up a Fine range of Woollen Blankets, In Silver Greys and White, in sizes for single bed, three-quarter bed and double bed, and which for quality and price defy competition. Call early anil secure a pair of these Warm Cosy Blankets. They are Al value, and are " simply selling themselves." Commonwealth JijkBank of Hustralfa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY TMa Bant la opon for alt clinn or GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS U < EQUITABLE BUILDINO, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Ato at Sjdnay, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, nrfebaoe, ftockhasjptcn, TownivHIe, ttd Lcftdoa. Cable remUtanoea made to, and draft* drawn on foreljn plac«e direct Forelfn billt atfotiated aad collected* foUen of credit Inutd to aujr pare of the world. Bill* negotiated or forwarded fee collection. Basking and Exchange Buiinvu of every description traneaated within the Cwbm* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Curreal accouota opened. Interest paid oo fixed dep...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

Personal. Mr W. Farrant lias been elected Chairman of Directors of the Co huna Co-Operative Butter Factory and Trading Coy. Ltd., for the ensuing: year, vice Mr H. T. Rust. For Broucliinl Couglia, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6(1,

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. Tin* damage l»v tho recent tire nI llu4 Now Zealand (»o\eminent House is oa lunato»l al It is l»*rliovoil to have been caused by a defective fireplace. Tho Governor (,tho Kail of Liverpool) has jjono to Wellington lo An a^romoat to terminate competi tion l»i»i the Commonwealth xiimI States for Savings Itauk business has Im on aniv.d at by the S ate TreaHurer' rimlVi'Min1, ami accepted by tin- Prime Mini st or. Mr. Watt (I lio Premier) luts an nounced that the State Parliament will reassemble «m June :M. In all proba bility tho session will ho a vory short one, hat tho Ministry in hopefui ot' so faring a safe passage , for several . im» portant- measures, including tho .Factor ies, th« Price ol Gas, and tho Charities iiilK, 4*4 u or> .jnnr»y...sUuiilta;»jrc&-' served . on . persons in ' tlio j\at;imnt*itA subdivision on charges of having failed to cnmjdy with tho Commonwealth I'Jlec I oral Art. Thirty oases are from tho parishes of Katandra and Yabba. Some sa...

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COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK MARKET. May 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

COMMERCIAL. KKRANG STOCK MARKET. May 15th. Andrew S. Muir and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards on the above date, for which a good supply of both sheep and cattle came for ward. Fat sheep were in strong demand, and prices realised showed a decided advance on previous sales. All classes of store sheep met with good support, and prices ruled firm at best late rates. Com petition for fat cattle was very brisk, and prices obtained were highly satisfactory. Springers and all other lines of store cattle met with a ready sale at improved rates. We yarded 700 sheep and ISO cattle. Quotations : - Sheep. - Prime crossbred wethers, £l 6s 3d to £l 7s 3d; prime crossbred lambs, £l Is 7d. These sheep were bred and fattened by Mr. S. E. Davies, of Mystic Park, Mr. H. K. Pye being the purchaser of the wethers, and Mr. Jas. M'Carthy the lambs. Crossbred wethers, 2 and 4-tooth, good store condition, 16s lid ; crossbred ewes, 2-tooth, 22s 6d; comeback ewes, aged...

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OZONE A POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

OZONE A POISON. That o/.oih» is a di'sriahle tiling t<" MH-k, Mmt it is a piiriiirr of 1 ho air, tl»'sl ioyrr of noxious UaoU'i'ia, a whoht .sfimnJaiit to the Iuii^s, is a popu lar h'-Jift . Ii. is om< thai sciriilists hav<» now s»»t. mil, to d.stroy. Tlu'y te'l us. tit»t wit limit s(»iihr reason (says Swom:t» Si(l;u|;s). that o/.uno is a poisniimis Has. It in injurious tu the throat ami luu^s. irrilali'.s the umlinus of the s*»n .snrv iu'I'vl's, lonode.N tin? opithelml ^iiiMtf iiuliri'ctl.v dianpvs in the Moinl, uhioli produce h».»ada<*ne, depres sion ami drowsiness. The authors ui' tliis Ntuti*it(cui are Dr. W. A. Saw yer, ilirtMittir of the Hygienic Labora tory of the California State Hoard of Health, ami his co-workers, Drs. Hci'U willi and Stolttold. They <!oiiouimm! tho use of okoiiu machines in theatres, si'IiooIH, plUeea, mid other plaoys where it is desired to purify tho air. Tlio.su authorities uro Hupported by Drs. 10...

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Cohuna-Gunbower Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

Cohuna-Gunbower Foot ball Association. The annual meeting of this As sociation was held at the Wee Wee Rup Hotel oil Wednesday night, Mr W. McConnell presiding'. Delegates attending were Gunbower W. McConnell and W. Leach; Wee Wee Rup, A. Cooke and H. Horridge; Column, T. J. Cran well mid W. Stewart. The secre tary (A. Cooke) presented the an nual balance-sheet, which gave the receipts for the year at about /111, and the expenditure at about j£l4, leaving a debit balance of about £3. This document having been adopted on the motion of W. Mc Connell, the executive meeting re solved itself into a general one. The following were elected office bearers for the new year:-Presi dent, T. J. Cranwell; vice-presi dents A. T. Wilkinson (Koon drook) and A. Cooke; secretary and treasurer W. McConnell; per mit and umpire committee W. Stewart, Wilkinson, Cooke andW. Leach. Representatives attending as delegates from Koondrook were then admitted, and the Koondrook club received into membership on t...

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BRIDGING THE GULF. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

BRIDGING THE GULF. .Mrs. Kdith .Wsbit bc'ievcs that tboi'e is ;i «ivat -nil' fixed between children i*u*l grown-ups, i'Vcii parents. Hut a gnlt only i*. quires bridging, and a rain how bridge is just lite kind <it" archi t.etiuv to .Mis. Nesbit in "Wings and tii.? Child." Tho '.'SM'tilial diHVrenco between child and adult !i< s iu tin- newness of instils. To describe a Chinaman to a child is to arouse uor.derand laughter, whereas ilii. sensible grown-up is only interested in Chinese bums and the security oi government. The whole workin'gs of nature are miracles to children, ami n<m«> the less .vn when explained: Then you t.'lj it of other things no more miraculous and no less: »f fairies, jimi dragons. ;im;I enchantments, of N>el's and niaj:ic, of flying carpets and invisible swords. The child believes in these wonders likewise,^ Why not * If very b g men live in Patagonia, wliv should not very little ni.-n live in ilowcr-bel's? If .'lectrietiy...

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500 Lads For The Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

500 Lads For The Farms. By the s.s. "Indrapura," which (is expected to reach Melbourne on the 27th May, another party of 500 lads who will be available for work on farms or stations, or in other suitable country employment, are coming to Victoria from Great Britain, and farmers desirous of obtaining their services are re quested to make early application to the Immigration and Labor Bureau, 555 Flinders-street Mel bourne. Over 400 lads arrived during the month of April, and their services were quickly availed of by farmer, many of whom have since communicated with the Im migration Department, expressing: satisfaction with the lads. Ex tracts from about 50 letters from farmers received at the Immigra tion Bureau in the course of two or three days have been forwarded to this office, and they afford very clear indication that on the whole the lads are. proving to be a very desirable stamp. Their ages run from 16 to 20 years, and though mostly without experience in farm work, they have ...

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THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. ! It is only in rare, instances, says i^NJohn iliii-tf a milk vendor, obargcd/ w/Cli aitf* off .mux* tiridcr ."^IkV | Fotd 'and Drugs Aol, is able to mako good his defence. The official annJys:s tells it« deadly tale, and though xlu luckless defendant- may bo -entirely guiltless of criminal action, ho inuvt, as a rule, p:»y the price.. Two adul teration cas;*> rcc.nvly disposed of by tho Havant It. nch wore not without gun.ral inteivsi. ]« iho first th-» Uelendunt indignantly denied having in any way tampered with llm milk. Confronted with th.» analyst's report, showing I t per cent. of added wacer, ho proposed to rail his eowkctper, who," ho dvolared, would con linn his protes tations of innoconc.'. So sooner ha-l this worthy stepped into the box, however, than ho iniid.- a clean breast of tho whole busings, do'laring that ho had himv.-Jf for his own purposes poured water into his master'* churns. Closely iutorrog.iied, j>ri<;r to tho hear...

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