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

Public Notices. C. H/M'LENNAN COHUNA. AGENT FOR Mitchell and Co's Agricultural Machinery. Mutual Life and Citizens Insur ance Company. Allen Eire Insurance Co; DENTISTRY. A M'K King, I'ccoi'deri by tlie Pental Board of .v . . ; Victoria. . KGS- to inform the public of Column and surrounding dis trict that he has resumed the prnc tic" nf his profession, a:»l that 1K ca i he consulted at Mr .J. McKenzie King's residence, ! Jug- Edward Street, Cohuiir.. Ci nvn & Bridge Work a Specially. Visits CiUNUOWKit on the 1st and 3'"* Monday (Sale Days* of each month. THE "MELBA " TEA ROOMS. - Main Street', COHUNA. - High-Class Confectionery, IM.IMTS, DRINKS, .ind Al-TKRNOON TEA. Sri'I'liKS FOR DANCERS Glided for. A. AND B. II A LI,. H. S. K. WARD. 21 to 38 SPENCER STREET MELBOURNE. GRAIN CHAFF & POTATO MERCHANT. Lucerne Specialist .Manufacturer of " HA-WA " Oat FlaUes and "CORN BIRD O: lineal. These are obtainable from all the-leading Grocers in the Stalest . James Carlyon, Saddl...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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ECONOMICAL BUTTER PRODUCTION. RESULTS OF TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

ECONOMICAL BUTTER PRODUC TION. UKSt'i/rs or TESTS. Nils Hanson, director of the J)c parimont ol Animal Husbandry hi the ^u-dNi Central Kxpcrimont Station, who l»n« n'osoJv the largo ma twa] provided by the cow 'tasting as sociations, Minis up the 7Sth report as Jo/Ions;* - A - "As tcgards tho variations in th . cuuhk.uuou Ut' tho total solids of the intlL. I. "That m «JI normal milk, with tho kamo fat percentage, th* fnt nl waj> terms th.» same percentarf* of tho to:,,! s.ilnls of the mdfc. |( tho im perromnge drops in the milk, tho fat percentage tit the total M>lids JuNO Mi-ops down, SO that when the hp!!; t .>:«, :» p.'r <vnt. it only is tXi per coat, of {ho total solids. Jf tho int ponvntago of the milk rises that in :!ie toial soluU a»>o rios* up, so that ».fh a (» per cent. milk it amounts to 10 j>ri ivnt. of the .solids. "l ilS';!v change* in the composition of (he "u.k solids have proveu irrespec tively whether ib.j increase of fat in 'he ii-tlk is ...

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RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

M4TIJHN 01'' THK I'HODIOA!,. | Henry dttl not on very well with ; ! his people at homo, so he enlisted, and after n time wont to India. After many yours ho returned to his native village, thinking how surprised tho old folk would be. He walked along. tho village street in his smart-looking uniform, ins heart i beating fast as he nenred the old homo, Opening the gate, ho walked up tho gravel path. Just thon n ferocious dog rusued out nnd grabbed his leg. Suakmg tho dog off, h'o speedily r2 ftimed tho road, and wan standing .nt tho other sido of the fence when his father came out, \ "Ah) J"? wid the old man. I prodigal,. you huvo rotuni , growled tho soldier, "but calf??"' CD^oyea tho f»"<^

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (Hj "Amliroaino.") A remarkable .slateineut was made at tho annual meeting ot tue silk maim* fnoturers of Now York to tho efTt^ut that the eras..* for tango dancing in America was responsible [or increased trado profits to Midi an extent as to outweigh far tho loss caused by tho reduction of tin* Am 'riean taritf. Tho manufacturers at the meeting repre Rented a capital of i'(iU,(KKl,(KK). 'I hey reported that in <\ety silk mil! OH tho Continent spindle* and looms wore being driven to their utmost capacity, whily improved maehinoty and pro cesses ot manufacture were resulting in huger profits. .Practically every woman in. the l:nited .States* to-day, the president- of tho .Manufacturers' Association d'vtared, indulge! in tho tango and other South American ilanci's, with the r* s«»)t that every wo man nqnirod a much more <xt<'iisiw wardrobe than formerly. Tho demand for silk"dte»vs during the winter sea son. he said, was unprecedented...

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SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 22 May 1914

SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. (Written specially for ''Fanni'iV KH.te'' by J. H. Hofxlmngo.) !>r. Patterson'* research work proved that tho application of superphosphates to tlto wheat areas not onlv supplies available phosphoric acid, hut at the same time stimulates the nitrifying bacteria in the soil to increased * on <.>gv. The sy.vtrm adopted in tl»o northern areas ol fallowing tho land is carried cut bv farmers in order to provide two \ears moisture for one .wars crop. The fallow system also brings about tlto preparation of nitrates in the soil. The two chief agencies at work in this preparation are .the aeration of soil and the sun's heat, whioh. in n moist soil, promote great bacterial activity, more especially if organic matter is present. m sufficient quantity. The dry fallowing system is a modi fication of the Loi's Wcvdon system. In the U>i\s-\Veedon system, the laud after being properly prepared by ploughing, etc.. ^ was sown ju strips, TJ feot wide...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

r Terribly Tempted. A SEBIAL STORY BY ( ANNABEL CRAY. J CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) Lenoro listened still silently. blio had uttered as yet 110 word of reproach or of indignation at tho cruel fraud practised abroad on her young credul ity. Sho was only crushed and stunned --and liia voice was no longer tho opi ate that had lulled care to rest-it was Abe deliberate tone of a man of the world suggesting advantageous changes in his household in which she could not .haro. There was no regret in his tone-uot .von sentiment-and yet, hurt her as he would, there was but lovo in Iter heart and despair in its desperate bounds. "If yon .were talking to some one who had no affection for you, whom you had quarrelled with, then I could Understand a littlo what it all meant," ah© said slowly; her roieo changed: "No, you were not worth loving, Leon ard: and tills-this is harder to bear than aU-I have lost my ideal. There luav have been something sinful and idolatrous in my infatuation - I am certain i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

Watches and Jewellery. SPECIAL NOTICE. W, F. RYAN Having secured the entire Stock of Mr. Crellin, including Clocks, Watches, Wedding1 Presents, etc., At a Great Reduction ludow cost price, is prepared to give his patrons'the benefit of tins transaction. A call will satisfy the most critical. REPAIRS TO WATCHES, Etc., Undertaken and executed by White Bros., of Melbourne and lienditio. All Ihu Latest SONGS in Stock-Marry Lauder's hits, and the Latest Pantomime and Ragtime Music. CAM"., wk wLsir TO snn vou.^ GEO. SMITH'S ? Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies, SPECIAL SEEDS. . My liardy colli climate FRUIT TREKS, Rose-Plants, Shrubs, etc., grow vigorously wlieu transplanted to mililer districts. Smith's Seeds and Plants are sold on Honor. Try Them. Cash orders delivered Freight Paid to any Railway Stitiou, Catalogues free on application. \ Est. 1864.] GEO. SMITH, Seed and Plant Merchant; Bau.ARAT. Commonwealth JggMSanfe of Hustralta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY . t 1 This Bank Is open for all clawss of...

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COMMERCIAL. [?]ERANG PIG MARKET May 22th. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

COMMERCIAL. KHKANC. 1'IG MARKKT. Mnv 22tll. Ami row S. Muir ami Co. report having held their usual fortnightly sale of pigs ami poultry at their bazaar on the above ilatc for which only a small supply of pigs came to liaml. Ful pigs wore in pood dc manil, anil prices ruled lirm at best late rales. Stores me', with keen competition, and prices realised were a shade in advance of late sales. Sold 22 fats and 27 stores. (Quotations:-l'rime baconers £,3 Ms to £3 19s; light weight do. /,3 6s to £3 Ids, the former price was obtained for n choice pen of pigs, just 4 mouths old, bred by Mr F. West, of Gannawarra; sows £\ 13s; porkers £l 13s; best stores, £l 8s 6 d to ,£l Ms Gd, others £\ 3s 6d io£l 6s; a small number of poultry cooped, which sold at the following' prices;-White leghorn cockerels 3s 6d to 5s, hens 2s Id, roosters 2s Id; ducks, ls9d'lo 2s. HHXCli'S I'lC. S.U.K. ? Messrs. Geo. A. Bence mid Co. report having held their usual fort nightly pig sale at their yards on May 22nd, whe...

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Wee Wee Rup Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

Wee Wee Rup Race Club. Much disappointment is felt by members; of the Wee Wee Rup Race Club at the news, received by Mr T. J. Cranwell, the Secretory, on Wednesday "morning-, to the ef fect that the ? Victorian Racing Club had refused to allow the Club to retain New Year's Day for its :!innual sports meeting:. The an nouncement was made in a letter by II. Byron Moore (secretary of ihe V.R.C.) as follows:-"Refer ring to your application for Janu ary 1st, 1915, that day not being available your club will require to select.another day." The dissap ?pointinent is all the keener because while the Wee Wee Rup Race Club has been in undisturbed pos session of New Year's Day for thirty-five years, no word of ex planation is vouchsafed by the V.R.C. for virtually wresting the day away and giving-it to a rival club in a neighboring district. Mr Cranwell says he is quite unable to explain the proceeding::on any re cognised principle of fair play. He. made application for the day, he states, ful...

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WEE WEE RUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

WICK WEE RUP. ; The Gunbowcr.-: island .IWest School has ?: been .rc-opened^fttiss M. E. Ryan having-been appointed' by the Education Department to take charge. ? ' ? ? - , -1 ' Wee Wee Rup and Gunbowcr . football clubs played a practice match an the Wee Wee Rup ground oil Saturday. Neither side had its full strength, Wee Wee Rup being without the services of Horridge, Hird, W. Southern, Hildebraud and Kervin, while Guubower had to fill' the' places usually--occupied by Borneinan, F. McMahon, M. McMahon, and D. Feliring. The home team won rather easily, the scores being; Wee Wee Rup 7 goals 7 behinds, Gunbowcr .2 goals. ITarry Wilson made a good debut as a forward by kicking three goals for Wee Wee Rup. The other goal kickers for the winners were 15. Taylor (2),. A. Hawken and A. Southern one. each. Alton and Mcliines-kicked the goals for Gun bower: The best players for the. winnerswere Winterbottom and A. Hawken, who played together splendidly. .

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A USELESS INSTRUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

A USELESS INSTRUMENT. At a West country Miction of house hold goods an active and successful bidder was farmer. His purchases were piled high in oho corner of tho room, and ho was still .agor when a barometer wns offer .'d. There was no bidding from any quarter, and tho auc tioneer, holding it out to tho farmer i said: "Hero, give rao a half-a-crown for it and take ill" ( "Nob mo I" said the farmer, backing : away. "Why, that's dirt cheap!" exclaimed i tho auctioneer. Don't you svm.. a barometer ?** "NoI" was tho decided reply. ' had one a your or two ago, *nd it I never gave mo the right time. X couldn't regulate it because I coUda'i i open tho blessed tiling 1"

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PATHO. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

PATIIO. The Torrumbarry Post-office Ho tel and Store is changing hands. Mr. Oliver Baldwin, the present owner, who some time.,' ago secured >S00 acres of, land in the Wyalong ballot, N.S.W., has leased the pro perly to Mr. Archie Geddes, of Moama. We understand that Mr. Haldwin gives up possession on the 11 tli June. . :v:'f. v . v :. On the 20th just, a number of residents turned out with waggons to cart the posts for the njw fence round the local cemetery..' Some time ago the Government made a: grant of .625 towards the work,, on condition that the /Trustees . put fencing there to the- value of .650.; In the beginning of June a work-, ing bee will meet to erect the fence. :

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HARD TO SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

ITARD TO SAY.' "Well," said the farmer to nil Irish man who was omployed on his (arm, "I hoard yon'had an encounter with "Sure, yer honor, it was a toss upl" my cow yesterday." "No, it was a bull," answered the Irishman. "Well, who had lit b«tt»r »i

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District News. MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

District News.r (1'i'oiu out* Correspondents.) « MIUD. ' A meeting of the Committee ap pointed to collect evidence to place before I lie Royal Commission on Closer .Settlement was lield in the ?Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday night. Ow'ing to inclement wea ther there was not a large altend ancc. The acting secretary read a letter from the secretary of the Royal Commission, in reference to methods, and a general discussion took place on those matters which it was desired to place before the Commission. It was decided to urge upon the settlers the import ance of putting their views in the hands of the Committee, so that all points affecting the future of the settlers can lie ventilated. The meeting then adjourned. Mead was visited on Monday by the Rev. I'rofessor Adam, H.D., of Ormond College. The reverend gentleman, who has been visiting Swan Hill, was motored out from Kerang by Mr G. Hawthorne, and is making personal enquiries into the condition of the irrigation settle ments in vie...

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MARKETS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

MARKERS. Melbourne, Tuesday. WHEAT AND OTHER 1'KODUUE. Wheat.-Tho market is firm, and, I whiio itupplie* aro not offering vory freely, thero has boon a iuir inquiry. | A good buwinosw hue been dono at 8/11 to 3/11$, according to position. Quo- ; tutions lor small farmers' lota in tho j country aro on tho basis of 3/10 to 3/10J not. Flour.-The association price for to : cal consumption i« £9 delivered, i Bran and Pollard.-Tho association prico for bran is £6/5/ delivorod, and that for pollard £o/10/. I Barley.-English ranges, according to pamplo, from 2/3 to 3/3, while a prime fianipio, if offered, would probably rea I liao a littlo higher. Capo is quotod I at 2/ to 2/3, offerings of thin being also light. Thin feed Capo has had a iyiderate business at 1/11. . i | Oats.-Holders are'looking for higher/ prices, and tho quantity of Algerians offering is limited. Prime Algorian | milling havo changed hands at 1/11, medium being worth 1/10J. A modo rato turnover has been dono in heavy fee...

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Football. THE COHUNA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

' Football. THE COIIUNA CLUB. ?A genera! meeting of members of this,club was held at Ft ant a' Hotel on.Saturday night.:Mr ? IT. T. Rust in the chair. Tin. iiioc-L ingproceeded without delav .to iIn election of a general ? commit iee follows::-F: Wilson, W. C'.dvcrf-.r, Clayton, 1. Harris,?! \V. Craig, J. ..'Pet lie aito M. Craven. Follow , lUK were ekited the match coin . mittee:-\V . Cnlvcrly, J. Petric. .!.? Harris; I'. Splatt ami M Craven. The secretary complain 1 -.i r.K heavy tax placed upon club by the Trustees of the Ci>i.,n, ? !.i v. reation Reserve, who were liomuc to have this year one-sixth of iln-ir gate money, and also a sixth oh Ik sum raised by members' tickets. It ,'ujRht be best:; to-dispense . with members' tickets in order to avoid this extortionate impost, 3:11! merely charge at the Kate. It wa-; resolved to fix membership ticket* for ladies at Is, an amendment by Mr Salter that the price be 2s 6d being lost 0:1 the count. (). I I. Gray and Salter were electe...

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WATERDOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

WATERDOGS. Mix dry 2 or 3 or moro cupsr of flour -villi ono teaspoonful of baking powder una a pinoli of salt. Mako into solid dough with cold water, and roll into round lumps a bit larger than an egg. Drop into boiling water and keep boiling hard for twenty minutes. Thoy aro best eaten hot with jam, trenclo, or sugar, and make up a sub stantial part to a raoal. Though so simple to mako, "waterdogs" aro very good eating, and aro especially Buit ablo- for damp cooking where the sup ply of matorials is limited. Thoy nn> q».ilo a» good -^hon boiled in a half _ kerosene t"' "wliun an enamel pot is used. ,

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Commencing the Railway. REJOICINGS AT COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

Commencing the Railway. UKJOICINOS AT COHUNA. 'Die news tlml tin.- first snd of the railway was to be turned fin Wed nesday had ili distinctly cjchiliarat efYect at Coluuv.i. Tne residenst saw that the auspicious went ought not pass entirely unmarked, what ever might he the disposition of (lie official mind' in the matter. Unfortunately Column does not at present possess a hand of music, and it is likewise regrctably desti tute of those pieces of heavy ordi nance from old battleships that de collate many of our public parks. The time too was short. In the circumstances it was thought best to let the pent-up feeling of the town find expression in a general feu de .ioie. This took place promptly at noon, when for a quar ter of an hour the air was made to resound with loud and prolonged blasts of factory whistles, the re peated banging' ot a score of gnus, rifles and pistols, the ringing ot hells, and the rattle of tin cannis tcrs. This remarkable coucatiua tion of sounds was occasiona...

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CAN'T STAND THE MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

CAN'T STAND THE MASTER. A lady, having just had a row with her husband, sent hor sorvant for somo fish for dinner. "Bridget," Bbe said, ugo to the vii* lage, and get mo a plaice.n '.*1 will, ma'am," replied Bridget, "and while I'm there I'll look for a plac# my»elf, b«cau>« I oam't staid Ui Mlttr M Bjtjrt tfcaa ^«b .ml14

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The Proposed Shire Loan. CR. O'DONNELL'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 29 May 1914

The Proposed Shire Loan. CR, O'DONNHIJ^S UCCTURIi. All tilings considered, theattend ance at I'lanU's Hall on Wednes day night, when Cr. I'. .1, O'Uon nell delivered his address to the Column ratepayers on Koran# Shire finance, with special reference to the proposed loan, must be des cribed as fairly large and represen tative. Anions the audience were Crs. J. McK. King and Thos. Burke, The chair was taken by Mr 1'. Kirbv, president of the Cohitna Progress Association, who apologised for the absence of ths Vice-president (Dr. Naukivel 1), and suitably introduced the lec turer. Cr. O'Donnell, who was cordi ally received, made some appro priate preliminary references to the circumstances that bad led up to this visit, and then proceeded to give ;i statement of the present position of Kerang finance, and of the financial outlook generally, of . which the following- is an abstract. SitiKi: I'inwnck. Tlicrc were, (he lecturer ex plained, two Slvjre loans still cur rent, one of /,7&amp...

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