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A Suspected Youth. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

A Suspected Youth William John Bozeat, a youth, ap peared before llio Bathnrst polico court ' on Monday, on a charge of being a suspected person, found on the promises I of the Grand, Occidental, and Cosmo- | politan Hotels. Constablo Prowso guvo j evidence of arrest. Accused, in his , evidence, idmittod visiting the hotels in question, but said that ho had gone i there in search of a jockey named Tom ' McKell, with whom ho had come from LUhgow a few days previously. Ho also admitted that fivo yoars ago he had : b<?en before the court at Oowra, on a j chargo of stealing, and that about a month ago ho had boon finod £5, or two ' months, in Sydnoy, for Btealing a watch. | As thoro was somo doubt a to whether ' the accused was under tho ago of 10 years and should, therefore, bo dealt with before tho Children's Court, a remand for eight days was granted to permit of enquiries being made. Corned Mntton, guaranteed fresh, at E. FROST'S butchery, 2Jd lb, cash.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Visiting Optician. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Visiting Optician. M- ssrs. Angus and Coote of 492 George Street, Sydney, annoucce their intention to send their touring Optician to Cowra at an early date, when he may be con Bulled on all Eye defects, Headaches, etc , ao Link's Imperial Hotel. Sufferers from eye troubles i-hould watch for exact .date of visit, or appointments may Le made by addressing to ANGUS & COOTE, >192 George Street, Sydney.

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A Speciar Grant. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

A Speciar Grant. } Mr. F. GK Callaghan, hon, see. to the District Hospital, is in receipt of a commanication from Mr. T. Waddell, stating that the Chief Secretary has approved of a special grant of £100 iu cjnuection with improvements to the building. "

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Ever Try It? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Ever Try It? Twilight Soap under Pure: Food Act. Ask youi' local grocers. *'

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Clearance Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Clearance 'Sale. Ba anre and rea.1 tlij big clearance sale adva'l/iseinent of DuULi^r <& C 's. in this issuo. As yon know, u's all new stoi'k.*

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The Census. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

The Census. In a little more than a month the first census taken by the Commonwealth of Australia will bo held. The Depart partment of Home Affairs is now busily engaged in making preprations for the important event, and ati army of officials has been retained for the purpose. Mr.' j. B. Trivett, F,S.S., F.R.A.S., has been appointed, supervisor for vNew South Wales, and mostof the district enumerat ors have beon chosen. The method of taking this census will ? bo somewhat difforent to that of previous census. : A "personal card" -is being . issued-.,to occupants of a house as well as the house? holder's card. The personal card is claimed to possess many advantages over the old system under which the householder entered upon the particul ars of all the occupants of his house on the one form. Under the old method the liability to error was considerable. With the personal card, on the other hand, each reply has to'be written in in contiguity to the question, and the chance of error is t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

? SUNDAY, MARCH 5. OHUfcOH OF ENGLAND. Cowra erery Sunday at 8am Hal; -Communion, Ham and 7.30 p m. (Men's Sorvico 2od Sunday t>t 7.30 p m ) Conntry Centres lit Sunday-Neil* 11' a m, MorongU '3.15 p m. Upper Baok Creek 8.15 p in. 2nd Sunday- Morongla Ham Uoly Com munion, ' Holmwood 3,30 p m, Wallarooj 3.15 p m ' 3rd Sunday-Neila {\Ira Boar's) 11am Morongla 3.16 p hi, Lower Back Creek 3.15 p m, Upper Buck Creek 7 ra. 4th Sunday-Holmwood Ham. Ho'y Communion, Lower Back Crook 3 15 p m, Wstfcamondara 3.15 p ra, Jlorohgln 7 pm. 6th 8unday-Upper Back Creek 11am, Ho)/ Coram union Lovvor Buck Crsok 3.15 p m, Morongla 3.15 p m. Bennetts Springs and other Service! by arrangement with the Rector. ROVY A. J. Unrdner, R.D. Rev. W. Carut Caton. Mr. P. Hailey Hon. Lay Reader. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Canowindra tl a.m. . ? North Logan 3 pm. Cowra 7.3) p.m. . Mr. J. M. McDonald. Cowra 11 a.m Walamondara 3.30 p m. Morongla 7.30 p.m Rev. Geo. Cranston. The Sacrimeafc of the Lord's Supper will be dispe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Published WEDNESDAYS & SATUnOAYS. Price 2cSn She''Best Advertising Medium .LACBLAN ST P P IMH I Iff WISHES to announce that lio has taken over the above old established hotel, which he intends to conduct in an up-to-date manner, . Nothing but the Beat Liquors stocked. Good Billiard TaTolo on tho Promisoo Sp'endid Stabling Accommodation in . *. charge of careful groom. Kendall-street, Cowra NOTIFIES that ho lias taken ovor tho above first-oliiss and most centrally situa ted hotel, nnd hopes to moot wilh tho lib eral patronngo bestowed upon him in llie past. The hotel is up-to-date in every par ticular, and one of tho best equipped out flide tho metropolis. t - BEST SFIE ITS STOCKED - ' SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. First-class Stabling and Attentive Groom. Every convenience necessary. Jos. Moragfaan 17AVING embarked in a new line of business, will henceforth bo pleased to welcome all his old friends and many new ones-the more the merrier-at tho above well kno...

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Serious Position at Portland. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Serious Position at Portland, j Ob Saturday the following notice was put up at the Commonwealth Cement Co's works:-"T^e company's employees are herewith informed that the Wharf laborers at Sydney have, since the 6th instant, refused to handle our cement, solely.on account of its alleged injur iousness to their health, and that conse quently our interstate trade has come to a complete standstill, lu case of their continued refusal to handle our product, our full output will be greatly wiUthen Save no' alternative but to discharge, to its greatest regret, in a few days, about 300 men. (Signod) A. Scheidel, managing diroctor."

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The Cowra Free Press USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911 Local and General. Money in Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

fi| ce USB SOFT WORDS A.NJD HARD ARGUMENTS. WEDNESDAY, AT4i2C727. i, 1911 Local and General. Money in Tallow Jnsfc think of it Mr. Farmer, you can got 8s for a kerosene tin fall, at the Cowra Soap Works, Brisbane-st. So come along and support local in dustry. Empty tins given away in any quantity.*

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Newsy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

1 ? -. I . Newsy - Notes. A fair number of local " sports " journeyed to the Orange races yester day. - - * The local horses Aragaiu, The Vanquisher, Marvel Lawn, Blue Belt, and Billy Bee have engagements at the meeting. * * # Mr. Daniel Clark, of "Suffolk Yale," Burrowa, informs us they are having a splendid season in that district. . We have had several'splendid falls of rain during the past couple of days. The weather was very warm before, but" now it is quite agreeable. . # # A waltzing competition conducted at the Oontennial Hall on Monday evening was won by Mr. Arthur King and Miss Elsie Hearne. Over £90 in English money was found on the Chinese who* were arrested as a result of the raid on Sunday morning. The Railway Hotel building is to be sold by auction by Messrs. Davis and Bellamy on March 15th. Mr. McLean wishes to make room for his new building, thereforo tho place is for absolute sale. See adv. Responding to a toast nc a compliment ary gathering at Zeehan (Tas.^, on Fa...

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Successful Essayist. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Successful Essayist. Mr. 4 L. £ Wilkie, the popular manager of Cncnmgilliga Station, is in receipt of a communication from Messrs. Win. Cooper and .Nephews in connection with their Maggot Fly Prize Essay Competition, stating that although he was not placed in the competition his essay was deemed of such merit as to be worthy of recogni tion, and they accordingly forwarded him a handsome set of carvers in case. We congratulate Mr. Wilkie on his success, and trust that the next occasion on which he competes he will be placed first on the list. Following will be found a copy of the letter referred to . SIR,-In handing you-as one the essayists-a copy of the judges' award, it gives us much pleasure to inform you that your paper, although not awarded one of the three,, priises, was highly commended by the judges, and we take the libel ty of con gratulating you on its excellence. At the same time we would like to mark our appreciation of the value of your essay by asking your kind accept a...

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Walli. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Walli. i - I {From, our own Correspondent.) I O'h Walli vale of sweet delights, I love "thy scented dells; - - I love to wander by thy streams And clamber o'er thy hills. How fragrant are thy dewy lawns, .... Where flowers sweet abound ., And whisporing zephyrs softly play, And mountains loom around. Such my thoughts as 'I strolled through the paddocks here a few days ago and saw nature under various aspects. In some places one can observe nothing but scrub, rocks, ragged hills, and deep meandering gullies or creeks; and iu others, there is between the eye and the horizon nothing but beautiful fertile hills and dales dotted here and there with the homesteads of happy and prosperous people. Turning to local events, I am pleased to report that the social in aid of the Church of England held on Wednesday night, 22nd instant, was a pronounced success. There ! were many visitors from various I, places and all appeared to enjoy I themselves immensely. The game of tennis is still very popu...

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Police Court. MONDAY. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Police Court. ( i MONDAY. (Before the P.M.) Chairlos Carroll wa3. fined 40a or 2 weeks: gaol for drunkenness. Gee Chong was charged with being the keeper of a common, gaming house at Bridge at., Cowra. . Senr. Sergt. Ritchie deposed ho know defendaut, who kopt a Btore in Bridge s!:., Cowra. at which fhore was a small room at the back ; defendant had occupied the premises for a little over throe years, had occasion to keep him under surveillance, and he conducted the premises respectably to the beginn ing of last year ; at that . time the Chinese began to congregate; and stop lato on Saturday, and Sunday nights ; on the Sunday after Easter last year went to the shop and saw a' number of Chinamen in the room referred to; could see through a . window that they, were playing a game ; there were se\ or al smill sums of money (European) on the table; a game was being playod with dice, defendant Ah Chow was stand ing at the table, but was not playing, he was acting as ba nker; ? saw him ta...

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Orange Races. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Orange Races. FIRST DAY. Newmarket Handicap-Play well 1, Edna May 2, Unda 3. Trial Stakes-Yallah 1, Simar 2, A.O. 3. Town Plato-The Vanquisher 1, Bluo Flyer 2;-Theocia 3. Flying Handicap - Santiago 1, Potosi 2, Hedera 3. Warrendine Handicap--Blargaroo 1, A rice 2, Lord Daniels 3.

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Telegraphic. Sydney, Tuesday. THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Telegraphic. Sydney, Tuesday. THE MARKETS. Wheat 2s lOd Jo 3s; chaff 2s 9d to 4s. MACHINERY STRIKE. Mr. W. M. Hughes said this morn-' ing he did not anticipate any serious results from the strike at the McKay Harvester Works at Sunshine, Melbourne. The Prime Minister was doing his best towards effecting a settlement, but Mr. H. V. McKay had provod himself a very obstinate man. ' > AJN U-D'Ji'Jii It JttJliiTU SiliJL/. Golonol Ramaciotti, who offered to" take ten men and two officers to England to the Coronation at bis own. expense, received a wire this morning from the Minister of Defence stating the offer had been considered by the Cabinet', bat no further action was to be taken in the matter. SMASHING THE COAL VEND. Mr. W. M. Hughes when inter viewed, expressed surprise at Mr. A. Edden giving vent to his opinions on tlie Coal Vend cases while sub judice. Tli3 object of the prosecutions, he says, is not to smash the vend, but merely to carry out the law as passed by the Deakin. G...

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Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

I Can You Tell Good Boots When I You See Them ? If you aro not a bootmaker yoii'cau't. Good boots embody something.more than style and liaish. It's ttio material you want, aud it must be made up by good workmanship. All VVALKOM DUOS' li.iots are thoroughly examined by a first oiass Bootmaker before they are put on our shelves for sale. We also pay attention to style and comfort. Put qualify with price before buying elsewhere.*

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Nearly 70s for a Hide. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Nearly 70s for a Hide. Au os hide weighing 6Glbs was sold at Winohcombo, Carson's sale on Friday at 12jd per lb thus realising £3 8s 9d. The bide camo from Queensland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING, Local I and Board Office, Orange, 27th Feb., 1911. NOTICE is hereby given that Meetings of the Local Land Board, under the pro visions of the Cro.vn Lands Acts, will be held at the Court House, Cowra, on '21st MAROH Next, commeneinff.at 9.30 a.m. II. A. CROUCH, Chairman. A Qrarjd Social Will be held in the Centennial Hal], Cowra, ON Wednes., March 8, '11 (Proceeds in aid of the Supple Family). Tickets 2/6; Ladies 1/-. W. Mulhall, ] Hon. A. MORIARTY, ) Sees. ~ Return Visit I CENTENNIAL HALL, C07/RA. . Friday, .Match 8. THE FAMOUS Birnw WMimtm In a Complete Change of New Moving Pictures The-Talk of Australia, ~ A GIGANTIC ENTERPRISE ! An International Art Gallery of the . World's Greatest Productions in Animated Art, Everything Right Up-to-date The People's Ideal Entertainments at People's Popular. .Prices, 2s ' <& Is Iggf Children . Half .Price. Miss Benton 5>ressnjaker Late of W. T. IVaters dc Go, Sydney. WISHES to announce that she has ...

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Badgery Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 March 1911

Badgery Brothers. I The official returns of shoep sold through Flemington yards for 1909 and > 1910 reveal tho interesting fact; i especially for clients of tho firm, tnat Messrs. Badgery Brothers, stock and station agents, of 14 Csstlereagh Street, Sydney, surpassed the score, or more, of other firms operating there in 1910, with an increase of 51,500 sheep sold. In other words, this fast growing firm sold in 1909, at the yards, 152,458 shoep, and in 1910, 203,958. The increase in all sheep sold there in 1910 wa3 but six | per cent, and yet the Castlereagh-street firm's iucrease was thirty per cant. Tho obvious reason for this front position is that Messrs. Badgery Brothers- have captured the confidence of many stock owners by unpavalelled salesmanship and export aud thorough methods of dealing with every consignment sent them. A young firm-it is not yet three years old-that can claim to have sold in one year, at Flemington, over 200,000 sheep is worth moro than a passing though...

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