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

MACORNA. The Macorna football club played a practice match with the newly formed Appin club on Saturday last, and won easily. The premiership matches will be gin on May 30th, the competing clubs being Kerang Rovers, Pyra mid, Appin and Macorna. A pro gramme of four rounds has been arranged, and an interesting sea son is anticipated. The entry for the first time of a Kerang club in to the Pyramid association adds considerable interest. The play ers of the old Mincha club are dis distributed between Pyramid and Macorna. The Baptist Church anniversary tea-meeting and concert was held here on Friday evening in the I.O.R. hall. A large crowd par took of the many good things pro vided, and after tea-which lasted a couple of hours, there being thfee sittings-a splendid concert programme was gone through, the Rev. T. P. Trinham occupying the chair, and Miss Thomas presiding at the piano. The programme consisted of solos, pianoforte duets, anthems and comic songs, at the conclusion of which ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PREVENTING RAILWAY COLLISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

PREVENTING RAILWAY COLLISIONS. There will be no more railway colli sions, such is tin; gratifying announce ment made by tin* Mow ^ oik Times as the result 01 spectacular tests applied on ill* Ki'io line roeeiuJy to a new elec trical clovica of wonderful ingemmy. Two trains .started from opposite. i. rcciions to a'spot between Newark and \Xutley, New Jersey. When the ins tance between thorn was reduced to half a mile, though neither drivers no« gntmLs moved a hand towards i'v throttel lever or air-brake control, tbe trains suddenly slowed down and finally came to a halt-. Tuis s.'rnimglv pei, lous experiment was rcpeattd six times; each time, as .*>oon as 'no trams enteiid tHo snnii» two-mile zone, the green electric light went out, air-brakes began to work, automatically stmijMug tbe trains. The invention is operated on the principle of the b'. r:l< >'g.iai system by means of a third ra ) «,nd s.\oe attached to each engine. I. ilr the trains were travelling :'t u j....

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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District News. MEAD. THE COMPENSATION QUESTION. MEETING OF SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

District News. I (From our Correspondents.) MEAD. llli COMPKNSATION OUKS'JTON*. MKKTING 01' SKTTI.KRS. 1 here was a large attendance of loeal settlers at the Mead Me chanics' Institute on Saturday night, for the purpose of receiving the report of the delegates deputed to negotiate with the Government on the matter of compensation in connection with the salt problem. The chair was taken by Mr T. S. Howieson, Mr R. C. Mclndoe acting as the secretary. Messrs D. .W. Paterson and J. H. Nicoll, two of the delegates attended and ex plained in considerable detail the measures proposed and adopted by the Government for the relief of settlers affected by salt, full par ticulars of which were published in the last issue of tne "Farmers' Weekly." The proposals were then informally discusscd setiatim, and it was resolved to ask the dele gates to continue to act for the the settlers in their present capacity until finality had been reached. Judging from the tenor of the re marks of those present,...

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THE GRADE COW. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

THE GRADE COW. SolH£ of thu breeders of purebrul dairy catllo have orange jj.^jom,-. abi>ui acknowledging the existence ol in grado cow. They seem to In: afruat . ol something that will rts.- up top'agu tho purebred. Tliih notion, in 1 li.? opinion of "Hoard's Dairyman'" lias in real foundation. On the c.-ntraiy, the American authority just qimtrd uuu.'d . Jikotoseo every eneouragunetu given to tho' production of first omsh giad . cows in all tho dairy breeds, To piu dnee audi cows the fanner must have a purebred hire. Mo must have, aho, a right idea of tho great unporiancv ol &ccuriiig a hull of tho strongest ami bvst blood lines. Wo have only to ivll.cct a mom. 111 to bco that it ready mrd.i a nonv pre potent bull in the production oi g»ad< cows than in a purebred herd. lii the purebred herd Hit- J.!<m 11 <>t is strongly rcinforced and aaJnl by tli agreeing blood ot the female whnh 1 harmonious in blood line:*, with htm. But when wo p...

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MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. VVHKAT AND OTIIKU IMIOUUUK. Wivivu.-Tlio market ha* hen one qujotor. Sellers of parcels itiv nuking 3/lGj, but- buyers' ideas are 3/lUJ. Small lou in stoiv ate quoted at 3/M) to 3/10J, \vithu\it bnsoiess. limitations for small farmers' lols in ttio country arc on the basis of 3,51'J net, Flour,-The Association price for local consumption i.s delivered, and that for pollard ij-'j/lll;. Jlartoy.-Tne market is steady. Mai ling sampes are scarce on spot, but thorn is a steady husiiixs g«nog o» in medium and feed descriptions. flood to prime Engl'sh malting is quoted ai. -2/11 to 3/3, medium av 2/0 lo 2/10. and food at 2/ to 2/0. Capo malting j» worth frotu.2/1 2/3, l,,,d iced U'OIII iril Ur VI. *. *? \ 'V. . Oata^-i/h* marifti Hv lo»fe» with > only lights ,<»llV«Yings ol' good Algerians. Utod « pnnm Algerian nulling nre quoted at J/10J" to 1/11, with a fail' luiwineRs. jit the latter tig liro. A Rood Imsincf-s has been Iran sactod in heavy feed...

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

[ TUPF TOPICS. (By "Hlomington.") < Villi.'.I rep'.rls .how thai I till i:i w:t rr:i ..;i It.'*I Kngland miIV :ill'l min. 1, ill'liT i I in,.." Tim:- t In- Australian erin'li as ,,h-;irl\ I:: Miiinllls in f rolll Ml' li I ill i.i \ li?Ii t.r ;i11tti-i 1 ^.* and ollifi-wi'-f | j-rir.' i'.ir till* l,i\fipr'ol tliaild National, Ii.- ^reat<".t ?- .'IMIIIIi y fiftit 1If \..tiM. Uue'.- sympathy naturally got's ivit It liullawarra. lull lilt-re ?-tin be mi >lei,\ing thai ho will I"' sl'l il lash. In I In' lirsl I'l' !'<' "i". :,H piet i.iusly sil«K.'»ti'.l, '????'?I to uIIleurn ii j.,,11.1 ,|....|| nl' w li:it III' has ''i'1'!' taught nl Australia. .lumping feuees in I'.ng ]:iii.l is it"! I|iii:.' 111.. Slum' thing as in this eountry. Ibillawarra will I''1 v'' I" I'm telimiled lit himself I" the elm nged eouditions, mill I In' <lin>n>-r i:< tlisl'Yliis will not I"' an «;"W matl-r. Still, llie gelding has i>li'iily "I' linn;...

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THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. WITH QUOTATIONS FROM THE NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. Willi IjnriWTIdXs KltUM MIII iN'KW JIUUK8. . .S''f*ie:r rcit .-tn/'. fho man tt Jot M*n*e;, >1. Niceess ronON j 1'ojn h'.'lljjj n) .M'| - v;ro to munknid; tIn !»? i*, noithir honor nor \\\i\ (}| rS>v|iliii«r Uinilj^.roiu' thuitf - MIV.(V, ami eh-'er.ul ,v rvieojit. lhat. - Wnmprh.ioM Uw.|MT,iif«»i»,M hv I'.lh rl tluhharil, A )* imp nj", K"ow.-. all ;>hont lis itn:I |uVi". Us jn.sl Uip .ximo. l.iN« is. i-tily tjw journey, Doii't worry ah.nt !h.« ih'MMlal (mh a;.«) otvr.'onk tin* M.-em-ry; am! in tli.> match oi hie <loii't , toilet to hst'-Mi to lltr I.IIJhI. Ail <h;spuniL> rOJiragt.- ((o civ- ; As ho pa_>» frankly who Jkih least I csVato. Arc »M)iu ihitti itritiifis to prwliru Mic- I com, . j --Pryili'il. : I' "' if t.??'.' hour in himu's lilo r, [Mil llllli 111 V.ll.'ell iVl-njilll.M' n |t;i|. Ill' It.-f- .lull,.', Im. III.,i in Iiiiu li III Ilif, II I-I JI'II.1.,1)., ..Iili,;,.;),... ;uul o!»(.u l. s I i:s p,.w. ...

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

MELBOURNE LETTER (Prom Our Spwinl Correspondent). llii\«h-* s,.«.n .1 L> iii "Itmuul tla* . oimI.»«>; or ,» M.tti.i.m ior I'l II'.. Il ut', llilt II, ;x, Cal lues OHM. 1 lo li..> kind el lame (.* tyo-i.d ho hh\» tu vull .t nulur* ii«vv) iluti to dia.v tho crowds, ;w»d that is wlini n mcdd howiultivs. \\ ii i i ih;- r.).\s upon m».,S of oilipty tl . ill lti> lr< ]i nillH'.liS aiO hCt'Il »>jh- r.ii» mm. ,.mjiih| »\.iv i-.'uuvh author ity s in oilier cimntii an; driven by :«k 'ai-k of i« Us, 10 ru» .M<r{ (<» itll of tut thtnh ti> v>Ur«ir>t III:' people. il v.uiild .WJII tlmt it MI,!I r..u,r I. S hrlV ill 0 I > l.Opl l \) *n ;ti ;»il. mhih' .sin.i nr wow i«» lot* nay . i iu\i t:ni; tho *vivi<-c.s will elements <. .u.luc.vo to **p«'|<u»*itv"* must lie rJ .inicl If. it k not a pK.'a.sant fact inn >> nono tin.' Uss Inui, With tin's III Vli'VV the d» v Mil}; of iikmiis to ilio ttrrvwls aho, on...

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A CHEERING ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

A CHEERING ANNOUNCE MENT. The above article was in "type when the following cheering De partmental announcement was made :- " All the preparatory formalities connected with the com mencement of the Elmore to Co huna, Hamilton to Cavendish, and Linton to Skipton railways have now been completed, and staffs will be dispatched to Cohuna, Hamilton and Linton this . week." The "staffs" here referred to are evi dently the permanent surveyors, who will work in advance of the navvies and others to be engaged in the actual construction of the line. These will lay out the exact course of the railway bed, and fix. all actual dimensions. This work, however, will obviously be com menced from the Elmore rather than from the Cohuna end of the line. I.ife is full of toil and trouble, If you make it so, Awl one's worries all seem double When you welcome woe. Don't be «Iwnys meeting sorrow, I«ook tile other way; Take Woods' Peppermint Cure to-mor» row-' You'll lie bright olid Ray.

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PROVIDING FEED FOR EARLY SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

PROVIDING FEED FOB EARLY SPRING. Now is tho fine t<i think about pro viding h'1'^ ,01' caily spring month., -till? WOt lUKl tile fold* Sep tember -when nil the e-n\s are newly calved, and they are rather low in condition. Uye corn is tho best plam for making growth in the winter, and this is what llurkett saya about it in hi# valuable book, "Karm Crops" : KVIO, Ilya will grow much butt«*v on rtoh land* than on land that is poor, Never theless, it i* grown chiefly oh hind t hut i.H windy in texture and that i> low in fert.hty. It is so grown b.cau>e other c/'mils c.jmrot bo grown witJi equal success on Mich .soils; hut th'ie are wide aivas in marry states well adapted to its growth and on the.se it is not grown. Tho habit of growth in rye enables it to gather food in soils where other cereals would fail. Tlio ground is prepared for rye as for other crops, that is, by ploughing to a reasonable depth. It is not necessary to plough so deeply as foi some <»tIr...

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Elmore-Cohuna Railway. THE CONTINUED DELAY. SOME INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

Elmore-Cohuna Railway. TIIK CONTINUED DKLAY. SOME INTERESTING COR RESPONDENCE. Much public dissatisfaction con tinues to be felt at the vexatious and long-drawn-out delay in com mencing the construction of this urgently-needed line. Although all the necessary legal preliminary formalities have Ijeen complied with, there is not the faintest indi cation of an actual start being made. Mr. A. D. Randall, general sec retary to the United litmore Coluinft Railway Leagues is of opinion that a united deputation to the Department and the Govern ment is called for, but thinks that it will be best to wait till a reply to the recent appeal by the Cohuua Progress Association to the Govern ment is obtained through Mr. II. Angus, M.I.,.A., before proceeding to call simultaneous public meet ings in all the settlements along the route oJ the proposed line. Meanwhile the following facts, elicited' from Mr. H. T. Downe, secretary to the Railway-Trust, in answer to our inquiries, may be of ?jgjhrerat i...

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Wee Wee Rup Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING AND SUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

Wee Wee Hup Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING AND SUPPKR. There was a remarkably large and representative attendance at the annual meeting of the Wee Wee Rup Race Club - practically the club of the Cohuna district-which was held at the Wee Wee Rup Hotel on Tuesday night. The president (Mr. H. T. Rust) occu pied the chair. . The Secretary (Mr. T. J. Cran welU Ipresenled the balance sheet slieet for the New Year's Day meeting. This showed the ex pendittire to have been /'109 Is, in-' I eluding ,f60 prizemoney, and the J receipts /104 Is, including .625 3s -'<1 Rate money, and £26 ticket money, leaving a deficiency of about £5. As against. this th; club had expended a considerable sum in .ground improvements, which was more than sufficient to cover the deficiency in question. The club had now a credit balance in the bank of ,630 9s 2d. The Prerident thought the club had come out exceedingly well considering the amount of special expenditure to which it had been committed. The Secret...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, May, 22, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

Tin*: Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, May,*22, 1911. THE COIU-XA Rin.i; Cr.un.- A Ladies' Bracelet shooting competi tion came off at the Island butts on Wednesday afternoon. There were 50 nominations. The attendance, was unusually good, and included a number of lodies, who entertained the club and its friends to after noon tea. There were some fairly good scores made, though several of the " shootists" are said to have snfTered acutely from nervousness. Two optional sighters and five shots each was allowed at the 509-vd. range. The leading shot proved to be W. Stewart, who made 25 points out of a possible 25. As Mr. Stewart was the nominee of Mrs.-K. A. Hutchinson, the prize a bracelet-fell to that lady. Five other competitors, however, were each within a point of the winner. They were K. W. Maling, D. Cal der (two nominations), R. W. Stewart and F. N. Lester. SEEDS & PLAXTS-In our ad vertising columns to-day is an an nouncement relating to the special flower and vegetable s...

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Mead Public Hall. FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

Mead Public Hall. FANCY DRICSS HALL. The fancy dress ball at Mead last week is acknowledged to have been a shining success 'by all who witnessed it. There was a remark ably large attendance to begin with and this notwithstanding bad roads and dirty weatlier. From seventy to eighty couples put in an appear ance. Had the weather been fine the ball would probably have been unable to accommodate all who would have been present. The building itself had been decked o i1 < effectively, the lights were soft and shaded and the floor "ideal." The dainty supper, too, was also very favorably commented upon, .nnd(reflected much credit on those ladies who arranged it. It was laid in a new room of the building winch Mr H. Hunt had toiled heroically to complete in time for the festival. The majority of the ladies were in fancy costumes, a«d 111 view of the comprehensive' a"d ample prize list, wonder is expressed that so many of the audience, the gents especially, were in ordi nary dress....

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Cohuna Church of England Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

Cohuna Church of England Concert. Despite several disappointments the Church of Kngland concert at the Kechabite Hall on Thursday evening of last week must be voted a fairly successful one. The aud ience was not as large and represen tative perhaps as might have been expected, considering the special pains the committee had been nt to secure the best district talent. But this circumstance may be explained, at least in part, by the somewhat indefinite character of the pro gramme, and the rather belated manner in which it was put forth. The visitors complained indeed of a chilling irresponsiveness in the audience-of an icy stolidity that sat unmoved under the bravest ef forts to amuse and entertain, until towards the close of the evening, when it was almost too late to en courage and inspire. Worse still, this is said to be characteristic of Column audiences. Let us hope, for our credit's sake, that this com plaint is due to an entirely er roneous inference, drawn from our innate mode...

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

ELECTRIC HEATING. A substitute for tho kitchen range as u source of domestic supply of hot water has recently been introduced. Au iron block, cast round u coil ot pipe, i» healed by a small electric heater placid in n chamber in its eon tie. Outside tho block is a circular tank containing tlio water, which in its course through the coil is heated. Tlif electric current for iho heater conies from tin* regular house supply for lguting. As tlio apparatus stores eonMdi'rablo heat, it may ho cut off when t ho current is required for Jight without seriously utfccting the supply of hot water. On tlio other hand the heaters may be permanently connected witli tlio elcctrio main, independent of the light current. The courage of tlis Turks is ex plained according to a schoolboy '"howler" by the fact that a nmn with more than oily wifo is more willing -to fac;« death tlmn if ho had only otto." Kvfited small buy: "Hey. Mr. Tanks, there's a burglar crawling up' your front steim this very minute. ...

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NOVEL THIEF CATCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

NOVEL THIEF CATCHER. A novel burglar alarm has boon plac c<l on the nunkel in Germany, compos ed oi' a small metal disc, circular in sliape, which may easily bo carried ;n the vest pocket. it is so arranged that a detonating onp may lie insmed, and, *0 loaded, it becomes a terror to sneak -thieve*. Suppose a traveller is staying iu a strange hotel, and tinds that lie cannot loek his door. IU' places a chair against the door, and slips the di*c under one of its leys. Should anyone attempt to enter the room the <-hair Is toreed out oi' posi tion, the dif-o Hies open, and the cap explodes, awakening thu sleeper. Tlx' ui.se may b* u«od under baggage, in purses, undor bieycU's or automobile tyres, and in ninny other ways.

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST ;<. yield fr< su much upon tit.- rainfall tliat ale not a tnio to T(I c.stiil)li>h a I'l'fitl of wiiont that «iirj;ri.\v i;:',nits ior every two [irui.'.ie (I I.v til.. iMOs^ut best variety IS an ik.'II e'. eliu-ilL ill' no mean '<>'(" 11 I" Victoria. |'|,at is tlie M««.- at ul.icli til.' . Hulls ,.( .Mr. Hioli anlscn, itgricnliiir.il .StiiK-riitiowlont, to dotiliel tin. Stale's yield arc said 111! Ill procift. hi fill- (let-ado I'.KH! It'ttl Vu'toriii proline d an arvrnco lit y.Cl! bushels LU tin; nolo. Ill li.iJJ III,, ?average >\ns II..11 1<J1:2 it t..|! to {>.1)5; but Hi recovered to 1L'..')^, Tim average of tiio last har vest ivaelied 12.SI. Of course ' jlie nvoi'i-Ri. yield from season to . raising of a standard. .Ne | thcless, it is on o<t d.Ushod fnet that ; wuh modern improvements the eheat can bo increased, just nilk yield ot eows c.m U I through s Uh wi n and breed ing a id proper feeding...

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

For Sale, Two ijooii socoiitlihtiil ABBOTT BUGGIES, nearly new, with lioOUS. Also first-class double Abbott, J. A. DEAKIN, KKRANC. CARRIAGE FACTORY, KKRANC'r. MOTOR CAR FOR HIRE, Any Hour, Day or Night. W. E. Peverill, Prlyate Address: COHVXA HOTKL. Agent for Famous Fort! Cars. Peerless ami Precision Motor Cycles. Neptune Oils. MOTOR AND CYCLE Rkpairs A Specialty. Guns, Separators and Sewing Machines repaired. Accessories stocked. Tyres, Oils; etc. S.F.Hyde For Up-to-date . . COACHI'AINTING, SIGN WRITING, HOUSE DECORATING, j AND 't i PAPER-. HANGING, t Main Street, Cohuna. l;STIM.VTi:S GIVliX. Large Stocks of Wallpapers on Hand. gaS1" s. V. UYDK wishes to inform the 'public of the district that he has taken over the Coachpaitiliug Department of Hall's Cohnnu Couch building Business, and that all orders en trusted* to him will receive prompt and careful attention. Cooke Brothers, MACORNA. Agents for all descriptions of farm machinery, "Beenie" horse and cattle rugs. Send for cata log...

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BROKEN COLLAR-BONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

BROKEN COLLAR-BONE. A voi v common accident, particularly .among pcr«ou* who go ,iu largely h»r atRVtcis is a broken collar-bone*, tbi injury being, easily caus.d i>y a fail m Midiion jerk. such as occur frequently when c>c.ing, running, or tennis-play ing. The cjilar-bom* are the two bones which go Irom tils breastbone or sternum to the should* rs. and nro very liable to injury, a tall on the elbow or ?dinulder being eu'uigji to fracture th'm. fortunately, the bones rejom with e«\ual «as«', and a lracturo of them rartly onuses any permanent ineonveM ono:. llio injury is tirst discovered after a fall by a swelling above tHo bone which is broken. and if the swel ling is pi'o^.s f\ pain is felt, and a light gtatiug uoi^o may bo hoard, eaused by the rubbing together of the ends of the broken bono. Thj injury should, if possible. bo at once attended to by a cUetnr. the arm having been placed in a ailing until bis arrival; but if n'doc tor is not available at once tUo frac ture may...

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