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Hospital Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
Hospital Benefit. The entertainment promoted by Messrs. Kelly and Niehoils, local lessees' of the Lyceum Pictures, with a view to replenish ing the coffers of the District Hospital, took place at the Contennial Hall on Friday night and was largely attended. Through the generosity of the gentlemen named the Hospital will, wo are pleased to learn, benefit to the extent of about £25, which sum will be doubled when the. Government subsidy is added to it. Such acts of | munificence on the part of citizens are so | raro that whon they do occur they are I keenly appreciated, and in this particular instance it is to be hoped that appreciation will assume, a practical turn. Ample opportunities for doing this are afforded, I seeing that similar entertainments are , given weekly-every Tuesday night-at the Centennial Hall. Mr. P. Callaghan, hon. sec. to the Hospital, 13 also worthy of much kudos for the strenuous efforts ho put forth to make the benefit a success."
A Serious Illness. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
A Serious Illness. Mr. P. Connelly, Inspector for the Ed ication Department, who was recent- ' ly irauforrod from the Young District to '.'hat of Ariaidale. is at present lying dargorously iii at his mother's residence, at . jeichardt. Such news will be raoived with' regret in all parts of this districts as Mr. Connelly, who possesses high ! educational abilities was greatly esteem ed by all with whom he came in contact.
Another Labor Barrister [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
Another Lab >r.Barrister , Mr. G. S. B tlin prnsttuc:: iVIifiist er for. Public Insr piuHooaui' bub-.'f.-a/r'd ? Industry, ivlv> lia» ba«n. an attornVvnf! .the Snpr.Mii!.'Conrr uf-thu St.itt-"tfiiife Novumbrt;-, iOJL, on Mwiiliw liis^ ; own rdqii isc an I on thu iij ifcioii of Mr W. A. Holuvin. At'turney-Sfanerul, struck oft thy mil of, solicitors by t,h8 Full Court, hinI .inb-«'q,''.iii)tliv admitted? t'> practice as a b'irrUtur. .Ylr. Busby's length of sorvioo as an ^i.torimy ent,it.lt=s him, under th>) La»v Practitioners! Act of the State, t'> takn tli» ;higher branuh of the law without examination.
Picnic Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
Picnic Race Club A meeting of members of the above took . place on Wednesday evening at the ; Imperial Hotel, when there were pre3ent j Messrs. Golsby (in the chair), Street, ' Alford, R McLean, K. and A. Murray, J. Mc William, H. Ryall, Rose and Dr Tilley. The minutes were read and confirmed. Mr. J, Alford was elected President, on the motion of Messrs Street and McLean. Messrs. H. W. Street and J, H. Fagan were elected Vice-Presidents, on the motion, V of Messrs McLean and Rose, j Following committee was elected, on the ] motion of Messr3. G-olsby and Street Dr. Tilley, Messrs. J, D. McKenzie, "B. Battyo, L. Pay ten, H. G-lasson, G-. W elsh, M. B. Newell, A. E. Matthews and C. K. Rose. Mr. G-olsby was elected lion, treas., on the motion of Messrs Rose and Street. A sub-committee comprising Dr. Tilley, Messrs. .-Street, Alford, McLean, Phillips, Stevenson, and QoUby was appointed to further revise the rules on the 27th inst./m the motion of Messrs. Golsby and-McLean. Dr. Tilloy gav...
A Reminder. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
A Reminder Messrs. Angus and Coote, of 492 George-st., Sydney, the well-known and leading Sight Specialist's repre sentative may bo consulted on all Eye defects, headaches, etc., On Fri day, 17th March, at the Imperial Hotel, Oowra from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sight testing free. All work guaran teed oue year.
A Bad Taste in the Mouth. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
A Bad Taste in the Mouth. It i? anything but pleasant to awalca with a bad taste in the mouth. This al ways arises from a disordered stomaok, and may be corrected by taking a dose . f Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets immediately after supper. They cleause and invigorate the stomach, irapruve the digestion and give one a relish for his food. They are easy tn twite and pleasant in effoct. .
HOME-MAKING IS WOMAN'S TRUE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
HOME-MAKING IS WOMAN'S TRUE WORK. If some one were to ask you, " What do you considei the most important, tiling for a girl to loarn ?" what should you answer '! 1 know what 1 should answer, quickly and unhesitatingly, " How to cook a square meal" (says a woman writer in "The Delineator"). And the longer I live and the more poorly cooked meals 1 eafi, the more emphatically do I think that the knowledge of how to cook plain meals well is the one great need of every girl and woman. Once I thought differently. Like many another girl with " ambitions" I had " a soul above such vulgar things as food." But even in those days I had an appetite which appreciated the things some one with a less lofty soul would cook for me. Then I would have said that the crying need in every woman's life wis a higher education. A knowledge ot everythinjj wnounea in Doou «u to n» too one thing needful, and I could never under stand those giifls and women who. were contented $ and happy doing the every'day ta...
COOKERY. BUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
COOKERY. BUNS. Put.21b. of flour into a Ibasin-a wooden bawl is (besit-set it near the fire to warm, then add %tt>. of sifted sugar, some cori ander aoecfe, cinnamon and mace, finely powdered to taste. Melt %lb. of butter in nearly a half-tpint of mJHc ; when just warm, mix into it two table^poenfnJs of brewer's banm and p teaapoonful of salt ; pour this into the centre of the ilour, andi malic it into a paste, not too /.lift ; iwer and set it near the fire for an (hour ito rise ; illien make iiho whole into buna, put t/lictn upon lloured baking tins, set wiem Ibefore the fire to rise for n. quarter of an hour, covered over with a ilannel ; paint over with a little milk and ibake a nice ibrctwn colour in a nvo'd eratoly heated oven. YBAST. Thicken two quarts of waiter with fine flour," then boil it for half an hour; sweeten it wit.h lib. of (brown sugar. When nearly cold, add to it four table spoonfuls of (brewer's bajrm rfl.tvlce , it well togctlw.-r, and let it stand for one da...
WHY DRINKING DURING MEALS IS BAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
WHY DRINKING DURING MEALS IS BAD. Although nothing is more healthful and to be recommended than to drink abund antly of fresh pure water between meals, it is anything but healthful to take it or any other liquid during a ijieal. Be cause if the food is mcistone'd with a drink the Cow of saliva is checked, the starch reaches the stomach unconverted, and the food is taken down without twin? masti cated. Then instead of having a soft finely-; minced mass to churn with the gastric juices, the stomach is filled with liquid, and the whole process is- hampered, and as a i natural consequence digestion is retarded, and " indigestion," that commonest of ali I our ills, is the result.
TRUST AND WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
TRUST AND WAIT. Doth your courage almost fail you, Straggler against adverse tide. Battling bravely -with the current, Beaten back on every 6ide ? Woll-nigh submerged 'neath tlie billows, Strain of sinew, nerve, and brain, Strenuous toil and ablest steering Seemingly alike-in vain: floneet toil ne'er ends in failure ! Tides must tu.rn, friend. Soon or late True hearts shall attain their haven. Trust and -wait. k , Doth thy heart faint in the darlcness, "VVeary traveller on life's way ; Wcalc with inany a sorrow'^ vigil, Worn with, many a well-fought day ? Almost hopeless-sick -with waiting (For a (bliss that tarries yet; Journeying through a" chcerless present, Clouds before-behind regret. Coiirngc ; longest night hath ending. Unto hearts most desolate Joy shall come; and -Hope's fulfilment. Trust and wait. ? Twist "and wait ! Oh, fcot that falter , . On; the. stony paths of life ! Hands a-wearyof its labour, .Hearts, a-weary of its'.etrifo ; Souk.that «>rrow o'er its sadness, -r...
Our Mails. Alteration—in Closing Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
Our Mails. Alteration-in Closing Times. Following table of thefciltered Mail ser vice will be found useful to business people i-. TRAIN MAILS. For Sydneyi Bathurst, Blayney, Carcoar, Garland, Forbes, Holmwood, Lynd hurst, Mandurama, Woodstock, West Ville, Waugoola and T.P.O West close daily, Sunday excepted, ordinary mail at 5.50 p.m. } Registered mail closes 5.20 p.m. Late fee letters 0.5 p.m. Late fee lettors 1 can be posted in Railway Brakevan up ' to 6.40 p.m. \ For Koorawatlia, Watfcamondara, T.P.O I South, Young, Harden, Goulburn and j Melbourne close at 2.55 p.m. daily, | Sunday excepted. Fpr Young, T.P.O South and Melbourne also Koorawatha, Guenethorpe and Grenfell at 8 p.m. daily, Saturday ox copted. For Canowindra and Goolagong, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. COACH MAILS. For Canowindra, Bumbaldry, Grenfell, Canimbla,_Forbes and Goolagong close at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For Burrowa, Godfrey's Creek, Morongla Creek close at 7 a.m. on Mondays, W...
RANDOM GATHERINGS. (From various Exchanges). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
RANDOM GATHERINGS. (From' various ExohanRes) According to a writer in the "Epheme ris Neologos," Princess 'Helena of Greece (who was &lt;tiie only daughter of the late Grand Duke Vladimir of Russia) derives no Jess tthan. £10,000 per .innun from trading in snow, of which both in It.-ily and Greece she lialds the monopoly. 'J.'i c snow is brought at ni^hit in baskets on m&lt;ule-back from the Italian Alps to the coast, and is there sliipned' to the large Italian cities and to Athens, wQiore it is sold for rofrigera fling purposes. The distinction of being the firat lady admitted to the Royal College of Sur geons ins fallen to a Parsee lady, wlicse iKijne ds Mis3 Dossibai Rusrtomiji .Oowass Pa-tell. It was only in January last that the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Sur geons threw open their doora to women medical students. This lady lias panfed t.ie London University medio.: il examina -o°ti ant^ obtained her diploma from llie Oollege af Physicians. In a few days t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
In their determination to retain^ Public support by fair trading", and to increase their turnover by offer ing only a high-grade Whisky, Messrs, R. THORNE SOWS, LD., caution any who substitute to the Public other brands of Whiskies in Thornes Bottles. DALGETY & CO. LTD.. Agents. MBS. A. BASSER-The Eminent Vienna Optician, may be consulted at the MPERIAL HOTEL, COWRA. FRIDAY, MARCH 1711', T nm. to G.p.m. OANOWItfDRA-MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27tb, from l)n iu. till 3 p.m. EYES BIGHT ? There are so u.ou different forms of eye troubles, and so many variations of these dif ferent forms, that you owe it as a duty to yourself to tnke advantage of the very best Optical service yon can possibly secure. You now have an execllent opportunity of doing EO, as during his coming visit to your town you may CONSULT MR. BASSER The Vienna Optician Free of Charge He is fully equipped with all the newest and best of scientific sight testing appliances-including the Cornea Ophtbalmiscope, the first in Au...
JURY'S CHARITY. CORONER'S ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
JURY'S CIIAKITY. v'. : , CORONER'S > ATTITUDE. There was a remarkable conflict of opinion between Coroner Westcolt and a Jury at the Hackney Coroner's Court on Saturday (said "Lloyd's 'News" .on December 11). The inouest being conciucled, the fore man: said: The jury: desire to be paid. ? The Coroner:, You cannot "vote for payment. You must individually make a declaration that you have lost money and need recompense. After a little pause Hie foreman said, "It is the unanimous wish of, the jury to glvo the fees to the mother." The Coroner: Then I object, and shall not pay you on such conditions. In the .first place, you . must not vote for it, .and in the second, as I have already told you,v It Is intended for those that need It. The Foreman: I put It In n business light, and if It cost me £20 I, us a professional man, am going to take mine; I am in a position to know that the Council pay their officials very -well, and very often for doing: very little. The Coroner: It stands to ...
ROMANCE OF WIRELESS. FASCINATING ACCOUNT OF MYSTERIES. GIVEN IN THE HIGH COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
- -:. . ... aOMANCE OF WIRELESS. ] FASCINATING ACCOUNT OF MYS TERIES. . GIVEN IN THE HIGH COURTS. One of the fascinating r.omance3 of ^science has been told In the Law Courts this week (said "Lloyd's News" 'on December 18, 1910). How messages to-day can be sent half-way round the globe without the .medium of wires has been related by counsel, who had steeped himself in .this wondrous lore. Over the "pews" which the press usually occupy had ."been erected a complex apparatus of coils and wiros and switches-the in stallation by which messages will be ^received and transmitted during the progress of the case. " From this complicated machinery a wire passes through a window to a receiving ap paratus on the roof of tho building, .whero it can be seen from Carey street. The story told in court by Mr Ast bury, K.C., was in three parts, each of which presented matter of enthralling interest-scientific, historical, and me chanical-as relating to the patents. Mr Marconi and the Marconi Wirele...
Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Warden Treatt.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Warden Treatfc.) William Ashmau Stokes asked for suspension of labour coudilions for 3 months on mining lease No. 476, ph. of Tenandra, county Bathurat, on the grounds that he had been unable to proceed with the erection of the machinery necessary for the proper working of the mine owing to a matter in dispute over the water rights now before the Court. A con siderable quantity of stone had been raised and was now awaiting treat ment. An underlay shaft 6ft. by 3ft. had been sunk to the depth of 110ft through hard diorite country. One wing had been cleaned out 12ft, also another shaft cleaned out 14ft., 100 ft of ladders mado, with iron rungs to pass the mines' inspection, 100 feet skids, also rollers for same put on, timbered up to within 8ft of the bottom, and a whip pole cr'ocigd for pulling; with liorse, and other work done. W. A. Stokes deposed he was one of the lessees of Private Gold Leases 746, 913 and 916 ph. Tenandra, couniy Bathurct; ...
Police Court. WEDNESDAY. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
1 1 g-BBBBg 1 Police Court, j ? WEDNESDAY. (BcCure the P.M.) I - George Kimberley v. Abraham Furner. Wages £12/9/3. " Mr. Gilcrecsfc &lt; for complainant, Mr. Montgomerie for defendant. George Kimberley deposed he was j ?working for defendant as a horse trainer; stai-fal work on August 1st, 1 1910; was to leceivo 10s per week; left him on Monday, Feb. 13th ; de- I fendant told liim. to go ; did not giro ; any notice ; dining that time he was j paid £2 0s 9d ; it was paid in small ] sums; commenced work at 6 o'clock j each morning ; had to take the horse i oat and groom liim during the day; defendant never ccmplained until the last week; claimcd for .28 weeks and gave credit for the fir.-t four weeks at £2 0s 9d; claimed £ i 2 9s 3d, the 10s being for a week's nolico ; was living and having his meals at defendants ; had to do whatever ho was told; the horse was kept at defendant's place. To the bench: Was not trailing for anyone else at the time. To Mr. Montgomerie : Jerula w...
The Referenda. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
The Referenda It is high time some move wore made in oar district with a vie v to organising a solid and determined opposition to the attempted incursion on State rights. Speak;ng at Coolac, near Gundagai, recently Mr. Beeby is credited with having proclaimed that he intended voting " No " and would advise bis friends to do likewise. Other Ministers are also hostile to the amendment of the constitution in i the manner indicated, and it L not J improbable that some of them will be found voicing their views pretty freely j very shortly. |
SURF-RIDING AT HONOLULU [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
SURF-RIDING AT HONOLULU SuuF-BATiiiNu as a sport is, without doubt, one oL' our most popular diver sions, and notwithstanding the fact that it is attended witn au element of risk, 1 as Is evidenced by the recent calamity at Coogoe, it is safe to say that it has come to stay. Many of our regular j surf-b!)thers have become highly expert | in shooting the breakers, and their ex- | ploits in that fascinating pastime are at once the envy and the admiration of the novice. J.tnt, after all, we arc only children at the game. Centuries ago tho natives of Hawaii had attained a pitch of perfection at the art of surf riding which would leave our best ex ponent* far in I he rear, and the bronze skinned Hawaiian of to-day is just as expert as his ancestors. There, how ever, the surf-board, is in vogue, and almost incredible feats are performed by the expert riders. It Is quite a common thing Cor the surfer, standing on his board before the crest of a roller, to be carried over half a mile at Wai...
CHEAP RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
CHEAP KAIL WAY FARES, At tko ?liisb luet'tinR. of the Cum- . bci'land Council, of i'rogross at tlie Town. Hall, Parnimattu, tho Secre tary, oilico of the Chiof Rail way Commissioner, wrote, regarding reso lution passed by tho council in, regard to excursion trains, informing the coun cil that the existing arrangements ; in ; respect, to excursion trains \vero\- consid orod liberal, and it was regretted; thoy could uot bo extended. Alderman DeLow said tho whole dilliculty would be met'if railway authorities wOre to establish tho. principle ; of issuing excursion tickots evory weok throughout tho year to and from Syduoy. Everybody, did uot take iv holiday at Eastor or Christmas.' Many mercantile people had their holidays -*in the slack time of the year. "Why should not tli'oy -get- tho boiieiit of excursion fares, as well as thoso who took ad van tage of' the reduced fares at Christmas or Easter'} There should bo no differ entiating; all should bo treatod alike. Mr. G. J'oues said ho ...