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HOMELY FARE. FRUIT SALADS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
HOMELY FAKE. FRT1IT SALADS. 'Nothing could be more appropriate to February weather than a, fruit salad. There is a notion, of course, that most people can make fruit salads, and so 'they can-of a kind. To make a suc cessful fruit salad, however, requires judgment in the choice and handling of the fruits. .Banana, orange, anil apple is a good combination, as is orange, banana, and pineapple. In fact, bananas combine with any juicy fruits to form excellent salads. "Whatever fruits are used the dried varieties, sliced thin, must alter nate with juicy ones. . Make the top layer of a juicy fruit, and allow it to stand in a cool place, so that the juices J.nd flavors, and even scents may eom mir.gle, and combine to produce the re sult that sets the gastric juices flowing as soon as it Is placed on the table. Rec'pes for some other delightful dishes.are also given: Albert Salad.-Slice thin two dozen bananas, chop up one pineapple, pulp three of mote oranges, and take out the inside of seme...
MISTLETOE AND CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
I . -: j MISTLETOE AND CHRISTMAS. i Mistletoe, by reason 01 nistoric crn-'l ; riection. with heathenism, is excluded i both from the decoration of churches and from ancient Christian sculpture. It appears in ecclesiastical art only at Bristol Cathedral (writes the "Westmin ster Gazette"), where both leaf and berry are carved upon the remarkable tombs which were probably designed by some artist-monk in the household of the Berkeleys. The association of the Duridic "plant with Christmas did not' ? arise until long after the Reformation, j i Mistletoe is mentioned among the de lights of a mediaeval Christmas In j ' "Marnilon." It is still customary In ' some English counties not to bring any mistletoe into the house before New j Year's Eve. It was believed, and Bacon shared the belief, that to become a really efficacious remedy all mistletoe used medicinally must be plucked from ' an oak-tree, upon which the parasite 1 rarely grows. It was considered un lucky to cut this, or to sell it...
THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
. THE M DIES. A pretty toilette of pewter grey shrn tunj; with white re vers. A figure revealing three new fashions. The belted pinafore coat. The fabric known as furniture brocade is used for collar, yoke, and sleeves. T.he reticule on the arm is one o%lhe i»ew almsbags.
Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. Mr. S. A. Bas3er, the eminent Vienna, Optician, holds the very highest oarbili cates secured by actual eximinatiou i i Vienna, Dresden, Berlin, Loii 1-u and New York, lie is a!s.i a quililie I Master of the British Optical Association. Mr. Basser desires to give the greitest pos sible number the benefit of his skilled services and makes uo charge whntever for consultations, or for carefully testing the sight. His coming visit to this town oilers a splendid opportunity of having ilie eyes properly attended to, and al visual effects defects cor ected. Mr. Basser his devoted much time to the study of the eyes of the young, and par ents should note this fact, and brin^ the children to him for examination. A few minutes now may save great expense in the future. Mr. D sscr is solo ngent for the " 3o Easy" rimless plasse,-quite the most ejmfortiblo it is possible GO get. lie employs no agents, ami may bo con sulted in persou at the Imperial Hotel. Cowro, on Friday...
Presentation to Mr Gus. Leahy [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
Presentation to Mr Gas. Leahy 1 Yesterday morning Mr. A. W. I (Gus.) Leahy, who has been for somo time in charge of - Mossrs. Reiil, Smith, & Co's. drapery department, was presented by his follow em ployees with a silver shaving mug ancl stand and set of safety: razors.; Mr. H. E. Campbell, in making'tho presentation, wished Mr. Leahy.every success in his new undertaking. Mr. Leahy, having become the proprietor of "Mrs. Chivera old established Horso and Waggon Hotel, Back Creek, entered into possession of the premises on Wednesday. He has the best wishes of hosts of friends for ft prosperous career. If popularity counts, Gus. should bo a wealthy man in tho course of a few years.
Sydney Royal Agricultural Show Sales [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
-Sydney Royal Agricultural Show ' Sales Exhibitors of cattle, sheep, horses, I and pigs who intend offering their ' show stock for sale should commuui- j cate . with Badgery Bros., of 14 Castlereagh-st., Sydney, who will . hold their annual sales on the ground ; from 13th to 20th April next. Bad gery Brod. are erocting up-to-date offices on the Show Ground close to ; I tbo catblo ring where all information 1 re stock will be available and where I | they will bs pleased to see clients and. friends.
Presbyterian Church [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
Presbyterian Church Attention is directed to an adver- j fcisemenfc in present issue inviting ton- ' dors for the completion oftlieTnew > Presbyterian Church in brick or stone (alternative tenders). Plans and specifications, as well as fu.Il particu lars can be obtained at the Manse, Cowra. Tenders close on Wednes day, 15th inst. (Tide advfc.)
Kicked by a Horse [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
Kicked by a Horse On Tuesday, Mr. Allan Gray, clerk in the employ of Messrs. .0. K. Rose and Co., met with a misadventure which may be regarded as a miracul ous escape from instant' death. He was assisting to catch a horse that was with others in a yard, when the animal, upon being separated from the rest, kicked out at him and in flicted a nasty gaih between the right temple and the eye. The lad was naturally dazed for a time, but is novr, fortunately on the high -road to re covery. tye* congratulate our young friend upon being " alivo to. tell the tale."
Just a Reminder [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
Just a Reminder / Lose you forget, to support local iudus try, by always asking your grocer for our soap. D.on't b: put ofi' with high prico city lines. Fancy paying ten shillings per case more for soap that only passes the same standard as the. local article -by law? Was anything so absurd everhear'd of. You would not do it for-juther lines tbeu why for soap?* .
You Should Bear in Mind [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
You Should Bear in Mind That by U3ing oho commercial eucalyptus oil which is now bought up (it G i per lb'."* weight and bottled, and on account of tho large profit pushed, you nro exposing your self to nil the dangers to which the nso of turpentine will expose you ; irritation of kidneys, intestinal tract and mucous mem branes. Oy insisting in the GENUINE EUUAkYL'Tt EXL'tiAOT yoti not only avoid tnese pitfall?, buty n have a slimtt laut, safe and ell'octive medicament, tho result of a special find careful manufac turo. A tiial will nt oneo convince. Quality in small doses distinguishes it from the bulky an 1 duneerous products. Remember.- SANDER'S KXTRAOT embmjios the result of 50 years rxpericnco nnd of special study and it docs what is promi-ed : it heals an 1 cures without in juring the constitution, as the oils and so called cx'racts on tho market frequently do. Therefore protect yourself by reject ing other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers peculiarly its own,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
w ' BUZAOOTT'S 'SPEGIALITIKS FOR STATION, FARM & DAIf crarxaaaaac rBaeaztaauiMvr xu THE AX.L-COKQrjERINO TUBULAR SEPARATOR On Imt or cold milk, frcsU or stale mi]?:, cow's milk, /coat's milk, rich milk or poor milk tho To.*«Ur«Alfi will skiiu bo as to. Jcav«? hut ouc'hnl/ the /at in tho skim milk thatnnrother machine in oxistencv? vriil leave tindor the same conditions. Jf the other machine skims to two-hundred the, the Tr.bular will skim to one hundredth*. The Tubular will pivo more butter from tho same, milk than any other macliino, and pay not iesu than ten per ctnf. in1orest vcar)y on tho that cost of the Separator, . Dairy Farmers without Tubulars are wasting "tlioir time. There is positively no other Separator in the some class as the TubuJar. These are strong claims, you may think f&om exaggerated. They, however, undcr-estimata the case. ;i If you have an old Separator and want a Tubular, write for particulars of our exchange ptoposition. 4 THE "JERSEY" MILKER...
Murrungal Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
V V V V ? V t V T V V 7 Murrungal Shire Council. I' A meeting of the Murrungal Shire ; Council was held in the Shire Office, Queen street, Burrowa, oil Monday morning, Feb." 20. Present: Councillors "T. B. Prossor (President) in the chair, C L. Hume, Jas. G. Prosser, Joseph G. Hardiman, Daniel Neville; and the Shire Ehgineer and Clerk (Mr. J F. Shine). The President read a report received from the Auditor (Mr. S.. T. Smith). The report was to the effect that the Auditor had completed the audit of. the books of the Council and founil same cor rect. The books were well kep1, and the system adopted was a good one._ The amount of arrears of rates,' amounting to £3 12s 6d, was exceptionally small.-Re j port received. _ ?The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ? I COUUESPONDENCE. j From Councillor J. G. Prosser, intim ating that a culvert had been washed awy on the Binalong Road by the recent floods.- Attended .to From Public Works Department with regard to stump duty...
Our Mails. Alteration in Closing Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
Our Mails. Alteration in Closing Times Following tablo of tho altered Mail ser vice will bo found useful to business people: TMAIN MAILS. For Sydnoy, Batliurst, Blayney, Carcoar, Garland, Forbes, Holtnwood, Lynd hurst, Mandurama, Woodstock, West ville, Waugoola and T.P.O "VVost closo daily, Sunday excepted, ordinary mail at 5.50 p.m. Registered mail closes 5.20 p.m. Late fee letters G.5 p.m. Late feo lettors can be posted in Railway Brakevan up to G.40 p.m. For Koorawatlia, Wattamondara, T.P.O South, Young, Harden, Goulburn and Melbourne closo at 2.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted. For Young, T.P.O Soutli and Melbourne also Koorawallm, Guonethorpo and ' Graifoll at 8 p.m. daily, Saturday ex cepted. For Canowindra and Goolagong, Sunday, Tuesdny and Thursday at 8 p.m. COACH MAILS. For Canowindra, Bumbaldry, Grenfoll, Canimblft;Forbes and Goolagong closo fit 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For Burrowa, Godfrey's Creelc, Morongla Creole close at 7 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
In their determination to retain Public support by fair trading1, and to increase their turnover by offer ing" only a high-grade Whisky, RSessrs. R. THORNE J& SONS, LD., caution any who substitute to the Publfb other brands of Whiskies in Thornes Bottles. ©ALGETY & -co. LTD.. Agents. \VlAVVWVVVWlVV%VVVVVV\VIAVWlVWIA\Vl^AVVWWVWlrtiVWVVVI, MRS. A. BASSER-The Eminent Vienna Optician, may be consulted attjie MP.ERIAL HOTEL, COWRA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17th, 9 am. to 6 p.m. OANOWINDRA-MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, frcin 9 a.m. till 3 p.m; There are so u.»u different forms of eye troubles, and so many variations of these dif ferent forms, that you owe it as a duty to yourself lo take advantage of the very best Optical service you can possibly secure. coming You now have an execllent opportunity of doing so, as duriBg his 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 app...
WIT & HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
WIT & HUMOR. "Why are you crying, little boy? I ba^e a cigarette." "Smoked, eh? Ana now jou reel ill?" "No, I haven't a match! Insurance Agent : Pardon me, madame, but what is your age? Miss Antique. I ha\e seen twenty-three summers. Insurance Agent : Ye;;, of course, but how many tlme-j did you see them? Small Boy : You're in love with my sjster. aren't you? Soppy : How do y?u*5Pn; Small Boy : Because you re always sending her presents, just like Mr Brown, who's going to marry her. \le* It vou loved me why did did you at first refuse me? She : I .wanted to see how you would act. "nut I might have rushw oit without making an explanation. l lOCKeo the door." John Simple. What; Is the worst, seli nill , Sharper, that you have experienced .during your long and exciting ca'ecr? UiU Sharper. The worst'cell I ever got was No. ,24 last year lor stealing a pair of boots. Grandfather : When I was a little boy like you I used to go down in the kitcaen and watch the cook, mash potatoes...
The Mrs. W. C. Bell and Family Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
The Mrs. W. C. Bell and Family Fund. The committee appointed to issue subscription lists in. connection -with the above fund met at Mr. W. P. Beahan's office on Saturday last for the transaction of business. It was decided, on the motion of Mr. E. S. Twigg, to allow a fortnight to elapse before finally closing the fund. The Secretary was instructed to convene a meeting for 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 11th, at the School of Arts, also to reqnost collectors to hand in their lists togethei with sums collected on or before that date. The Secretary reported that con tributions were coming in fairly satisfactorily, the five lists to hand representing a total of £130. Forty two lists were still out, and he was hopeful that they wonld, when to hand, very considerably augment the fund. The general public are requested to put in an appearance at the meeting on Satnrday, 11th instant, at the School of Arts, when it will be decided whether the funds are to be handed to Mrs. Bell or invested on he...
Visiting Optician. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
Visiting Optician. M- ssrs. Angus and Coote. of 492 George "treet, Sydney, announce their intention to send their touring Optician to Cowra at an early date, when he may be con sulted on all Eye defects, Headaches, etc , ao Link's Imperial Hotel. Sufferers from eye troubles chnuld watch for exact date of visit, or appointments iriiy La ma-3e by addressing to ANGUS & C'OOTE, 492 George Street, Sydney.
Cowra Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
I Cowra Jockey Club. I A Bpecial general meeting of the I above was held at the Royal Hotel . on Thursday evening for the purpose j of electing an extra vice-president. Present: - Messrs. J. Ohivers (president), A. Murray, Anderson, Fislier, W. McLean, R. B. Phillips, Street, and R. McLean. On the motion of Messrs. Ander son and McLean it was decided " That the number of vice-presidents be increased from three to four." Proposed by Mr. Fisher " That Dr. . Foley be appointed a vice-president . for the year 1911." ! Seconded by Mr. Murray, and carried. At the conclusion of the above a j oommitte meeting was held for the ; purpose of dealing with tenders for the right to " Tattersall's " for the en suing year. ' Two tendors were received, viz., j J, Monaghan £10 and P. Links £S/6. i The tender of J. Monaghan was . accepted on the motion of Messrs: Anderson and Mnrray. J If our young men should have com ; pulsory military training, it is even more necessary that our young women should b...
Property Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
Property Sale. Me3srs. John Bridge and Co., Ltd., report) having just completed the sale oE Messrs. Stirton Brothers "East Lynne " property, near Moree, com prising an aroa of 4,000 acres c.p. and c.l. land at a very satisfactory price for cash. The purchaser being Mr. Francisco.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 March 1911
msm There is no yeast needed for your bread-making when " Good Shot" Baking Powder is used-and you get better bread. "Good Shot " also makes dainty and easily digested scones, light pie crusts, lovely pastry and whole some puddings. All that science and skill can suggest goes into the making of "Good Shot." It is a pure Baking Powder, and not 'the slightest trace of alum or any other adulterant enters into its composition. "Good Shot" is the best and most economical-a superbly perfect baking powder. Ask your storekeeper for a free sample of "Good Shot" Baking Powder. There u no other " ju»t as good'' and you cannot afford to use a substitute. If your storekeeper cannot supply you, send us his name and your own and we will post you a sample sufficient for a trial baking. D. Mitchell & Co., Ltd., Proprietors, 153 Clarence St., Sydney. 5 that we are out for, every time! Personal Supervision Always | Oorreot Wool Weights I Valuations by Experts in oonstant touch with tho World's...