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You Should Bear in Mind [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
You Should Bear in Mind That by using the commercial eucalyptus | ! oil which is now bought up at Gd per lb. \ weight and bottled, and on account of the j large profit pushed, yon aro exposing your- I self to all the dangers to which the use of , turpentine will_ expose yoa ; irritation of . kidnej-3, intestinnl tract and raucous mem branes. By insisting on the GENUINE ?EUOALYLTI EXCKAOT you not only avoid inese pitfalls, biity&lt;u have a.stimu lant/safe, and effective medicament-, the result of a special and careful manufac- j tnro. A trial will at onco convince. Quility in -small doses distinguishes it from tho bulky and drinserotis products. Remember. - .SANDER'S EXTRACT embodies tho result of 50 j;ear3 experience nnd of spcoial study ntid it docs what is . promised ; it heals and cures without in juring the constitution, fts the oils and so called ex'racts on the market frcqucn ly do. Therefore protect yourself by reject ing other brands. SANDEU'S EXTRACT possesses cura...
Congregational and Baptist Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Congregational and Baptist Stat-. istics. ,i Statistics of the Congregational and j Baptist Churches have been compiled as'/] follows:- j Congregational: Churohes iu Greit.i Britain, 5016; Commuuicnnts, 493,533; Sunday-school scholars, 706,011. "Baptists' Baptised in Great Britain, 418,680 ; Sunday-school scholars,- 576,448; 't Churches of the world, 65,048. Baptised membership throughout the world, 6,715,211. Congregational membership- throughout the world, 20,000,000.
Mothers. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Mothers. The welfare of a home is largely cared for by the mother. Our money-saving prices (by ineaus of cash trading in Boy's Clothing is an aid to the welfare of a home. They are all quality goods to stand the test of wear. As Specialists in Boys' and. Mens' Clothing, Hats, Shirts,etc., wo know, mothers will be well pleased with our goods, and we respectfully solicit inspection by them. - G-. Bollinger and Co., Cowra (next Croploy's Boot Store). ^
Just a Reminder [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Just a Reminder Leso you forget, to support local indus try, by always asking your grocer for our I soap. Don't be put off with high price " city lines. Fancy paying ten shillings per I cane more for soap that only passes the same standard as the. local article by I law ? Was anything so absurd ever heard of. You would not do it for other lines then why for soap?* We present our compliments to the Cowra and district residents, and announce . having opened business next to Cropley's boot store, Cowra; We specialise iii men's and boy's clothing, hats, shirts, etc. After seventeen years continuous store keeping in Condoblin, N.S W., we, resolv ed to Joc iie onselves in j our town, and we look with coniidence to it being for all time, as our v.ilue3 will be found right, our goods of good taste and good quality, and our efforts untiring to please you once a customer. We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage.-G. Bollinger and Co-*
Unclaimed Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Unclaimed Telegrams. Following unclaimed telegrams are lying afc the local post and telegraph office :-November 26th, Medcalf, In ternational Harvester Co. (2); A. D. Foley,'c/o Butter Factory (2); De cember 5th, Hubert Grant, Cowra; J. Dunlop, Short-street; Edwin Links, Cowra; December 8th, P. H. Hudson, Cowra ; Cochrane, Imperial Hotel; H. Hudson, Yorkshire Insurance Co. ; 13th, Miss Willis, Greenbank, Cowra; 17tb, S. J. Collins, Back Creek, Cowra; 24th, Miss M. Anderson, Imperial Ho el (2); 29th, W. J. Hayes, Cowra; January 6lh, Edward Carroll, Cowra.
An Old Identity Gone [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
An Old Identity Gone The late Mr. James Omulveney (familiarly known as Jim Veney), who died suddenly at his residence, near Canowindra on Christmas Day, was one of our best known and most popular residents. He for many yeara followed the avocation of carrier, his trips be- tween Cowra and Canowindra being con- ducted with characteristic regularity, it being his boast that he always fulfilled his engagements. His obliging disposi- tion won for him the respect and esteem of the residents lining the route between the two towns, all of whom were only too pleased when it laid in their power to render him a good turn. He was a most industrious and energetic man of thrifty habits and sterling probity, consequently at the time of his death he was in comfortable circumstances. We understand he was a native of the country and had been associated with this district for about thirty years, having settled here about the same time as his brothur-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reilly, form...
The Royal Show. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
The Royal Show. The secretary of the. Royal Agricul tural Society Btates' that -applications for schedule for the Royal Show to be held in April are coming in freely. The schedule will be availablo next week. Somo of the entry dates foi this, show , are early and intending exhibitors are remindod that thuy should obtain the required information as soon as possible. The first entries duo are for wheat, and these close on the 25th inst. This year a special effort is being made to secure a large representation of the wheats grown in the principal districts of New South Wales. It is intended that the winning wheats shall go to England for exhibition in the principal Corn Ex changes, as was done after the last show. In this matter tho Government is generously assisting, and it is hoped there will be large entries in.order that the winning' wheats may bo the very beBt New South Wales can produce. Arrangements have been made by which the socicfcy. will purchase the first prize bags at coun...
UNSUITABLE BITS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
UNSUITABLE BITS. -Many horses are ruined by having1 un suitable bits forced into their mouths. Some people do not stop to think whether some mouths do not require different treatment. ..., If they did they would realise that there is much varia- tion. Whatever the pattern the bit is, it should be properly, fitted in the mouth. A severe bit not only punishes the horse, but hardens his mouth. Some bits, often those worn by show horses, &nbsp; &nbsp; possess ports deep enough to half-choke &nbsp; the wearer, and as often as not the horse would go better without the lat- ter addition, were a thick, straight bit either of steel or lndiarubber, in his mouth instead of the massive arrange ment, which is "a torture to him. Of &nbsp; course, there are naturally defective mouths, and mouths'which"''have^been spoiled by bad breaking',, and there are likewise liorses which for-some- cause or other, -. require -special bitting-. j: : In" such cases,' .exceptional ...
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Federal Correspond- ence. Mr. T. Brown, M.P. furnishes the following copies of Departmental correspodeuce: WOODSTOCK RIFLE RANGE. Sir, I received your note of the 13th De- cember, covering a letter from Mr. S. H Alford, Secretary, Woodstock Rifle Club, relative to a Rifle range for the Club, and beg to enclose a copy of a communication received from the Department of Lands, Sydney, on the matter. The Military Commandant, New South Wales, states that arrangements will be made to inspect the range shortly. Yours faithfull, G. F. Pearce, Department of Defence, Melbourne. (Copy OF LETTER). Sir,-Referring to the application made by the Sec retary, of the Wooodstock Rifle Club for a Permissive Occupancy over certain land for Rifle Range purposes, I have the honor to inform you that it is reported that there are two tracks in use crossing the range in the position shewn by brown lines on tracing. The northern track is well protected by a high range, but the southern track crosses the firin...
Jottings and Jingles. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Jottings and Jingles. (BY CECIL POOLE.) "The philosopher discoursed of farming, meta- physics, and made dishes and marvelled at my children's beauty":-The Wooing of Dorothy Well boys, got over you Xmas. fes- tivities yet? recovered from efleets of the -er-pudding? am slowly recovering my- self, but the doctors have solemnly warned me that if I don't confine myself to a bottle of whisk-I should say a pound of pudding a day, that I shall perish of shickeritis while I'm still young and beautiful. My ghastly ttoub'ea ! It's not Bhicker* itis I fear-it's ominitis. Ever had it? I used the term to Archdeacon Neild once, and he wanted to know what it was. I explained that it was a term I'd invented for various symptoms which the Vulgar call " all-over-ishness " or, " just plain liver." But they aint: ! they indi cate ominitis. If one has it, "the times are out of joint," indeed. A vast, brooding, shadowy menace fills the cosmos and hints at aa infinite despair behind-Uod has withdrawn Himse...
Motor Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Motor Accident. While Mr. H. R. Chew, of Dananbilla, and Mr. James Harcombe, of Marengo, were motoring from Cowra to Dananbilla on Saturday last, they met with a very serious accident which might easily have been attended with fatal consequences When near Bendick Morrell the attention of Mr. Chew, who was driving, was attracted from the steering gear when the car collided with a sapling, knocking it down and carrying it along for about fourteen yards, when the roots became &nbsp; entangled in the front whees and &nbsp; overturned the machine, which fell &nbsp; upon Mr. Chew. Mr. Harcombe, who &nbsp; received some severe cuts, went to Mr. Chew's assistance and removed the car I from off his body. Mr. Chew was &nbsp; then taken to the residence of Mrs. &nbsp; Tierney and medical assistance was &nbsp; sought when it was found that the injured gentleman was suffering from a severe fracture of the base of the &nbsp; skull. O...
Cowra=Crookwell Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Cowra - Crookwell Railway The forward policy outlined by the &nbsp; &nbsp; Government from time to time in re- &nbsp; spect to railway extension and provid- &nbsp; ing public works of a reproductive &nbsp; character should encourage the advo- &nbsp; cates of the Cowra-Crookwell proposal to renew their efforts in its behalf. When the scheme was some time ago brought under the notice of Mr. Lee, the late Minister for Works, he was so favourably impressed with the case made out on that occasion that he &nbsp; directed an exploratory survey to be &nbsp; made. The duty was entrusted to Mr. Kennedy, one of the ablest, most experienced and painstaking engineers in the service of tho Government, and as a result a fairly direct route with easy grades, no sharp curves, no engineering difficulties, and over which it was estimated comparatively cheap railway could be constructed, was discovered Mr. Kennedy in his re port CDmmented ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
P^ioe 2d. The Best Advertising' Medium. REID SMITH & Co's BOOT DEPARTMENT, l TO meet the demands of our numerous and ever increasing patrqns* who, as a rule, desire the very latest and best that can be obtained in FOOTWEAR, studying at the same time, comfort and economy, we h^ye JUST? OPENED for the Christmas trade, a SPLENDID CONSIGNMENT of the most UP-TO-DATE SHOES and BOOTS from the leading manufacturers of the Commoi.wealth. . _ ; . "" We carry almost 'every GENT'S FOOTWEAR, also Wearers for Boys and Girls. design good and shape in variety ot LADIES' and/ Solid Hard 'A. visit to our Boot Department will repay you--and leave you convinced that after all, RE ID, SMITH & CO. are the GHE APE ST as well as the BEST in Cowra tor BOOTS and SHOES. . - Remember! Our study and desire is to give you the best obtainable, for bhe money, consequently we allow NO SHODDY GOODS to, be ; foisted on to us, and when you pay less than our Prices, you are probably buying poor leather,...
Sporting. Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Sporting. Cycling. &nbsp; The local cyclist, Walter Jones, won the half-mile at Forbes New Year's Day Sprots. &nbsp; &nbsp; * * * At Canowindra sports Alex. Anderson, of Cowra, was successful, "Scoot" Fletcher &nbsp; coming second. # # * GRENFELL SPORTS. Following are tho results of the above : OPENING HANDICAP-75yds. First heat-V. Bailey, 9yds, 1 Second heat-N. R. Poplin, 2yds, 1 Third heat-S. Dick,, 8yds, 1 Fourth hoat- C. H. Percival, 7yds, 1 Fifth heat-N. Fraser, 8yds, 1 Sixth heat-J. McLeod, 11yds, 1 SEMI-FINAL. First heat, C. H. Percival, 7yds, 1; V. Bailey, 9yds, 2 Second heat-S. Dick, 8yds, 1; N. Frazer, 8yds, 2 FINAL. C. H. Percival, 1 ; V. Bailey and S, Dick, a dead heat. HALF MILE BIKE SPRINT. First heat-In this heat' Bain and Walton fell, but Walton re-mounted and won, amidst much cheering. Second heat-R. Leach, scr, 1 Third heat-W. J. Hope (Cowra), lOOyds, 1 Fourth heat-W. H. Stevens, 60yds, 1 Fifth heat-Gr.Peters (Cowra), 50yda, 1 FINAL....
Police Court. MONDAY. Before Mr. J. T. West, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Police Court. MONDAY. &nbsp; Before Mr. J. T. West, J.P. Richard Goolagong and John Benson were fined 10s or 7 days gtol for drunken- ness. &nbsp; &nbsp; Fred Goolagong was fined 5s or 48 hours gaol for drunkenness. John Reynolds was fined 40s or a week &nbsp; gaol for being drunk and disorderly and £5, in default 2 months gaol for using using indecent language. William Hines, on a charge of being insane was ordered to be discharged and pay £1/11 costs, in default 14 days' gaol.
WEDNESDAY. (Before the P.M., and Messrs. J. T. West and R. B. Avery, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
WEDNESDAY. (Before the P.M., and Messrs. J. T. West and R. B. Avery, J's.P, John Coe, Aaron Sargent, Wm. Harvy, Jas. Goodall, and John Hayes were fined various sums for drunkenness. John Hayes was remanded for 7 days on &nbsp; a charge of being of unsound mind. Mary Gooley was deemed to be insane, and ordered to be detained in Parramatta Asylum. Wm. Campbell was fined 5s, in default 48 hours' gaol, for being drunk at Wood- stock.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
There is just this much about it; Dandruff is a germ disease, is most untidy, annoy ing, and leads to baldness. When chronic, it is very stubborn, bu^ surely yields to thorough and energetic treatment. Ail germs must be destroyed, the scalp must be restored to health. Iiere is the remedy: Aycr.'s Hair Vigor. Ask your doctor about using it. Hp's Heir Igor DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR ? Prepared by Dr. i. C Ayer fit Co., Lowell, Mas*,, U, S. A* G. 6. SANOEHSON, ARCHITECT, Late of BuiLr & Brads haw, Architect s\ Melbourne. COWRA, May bo consul tod at the . (?BNTENNIHIi ^aiili E. W. Warren, Architect COWRA &nbsp; ?? DE ~ ~ G. B. Douglas Macdonald, Hon. Ophthalmic Surgeon to Orange District Hospital. MAT ba consulted at Orrcngo or Bitliurst Orange-First and Third Monday to Saturday of every month, Bathurst-Second and Fourth Monday to Saturday of ovory month. Kits-si., Orangs. 'Plnno S3 Miss Ethel Wyndham, Teacher of Pianoforte & Organ (Oer&lt;. Pupil of Signor ...