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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Cricket. The ' Taragala" Cup once more took a trip away on Saturday, when a Bathnrst district team succeeded in wresting it from the locals after a fourth rate display of cricket by the majority of the batsmen on either Bide?, who failed lamentably when opposed to the" bowling of Kibble . and Oallaghan. Following were the scores COWRA. First Innings. M'Gormack. c Young, b Oallaghan .... o Martin, b Callughau ... 6 Shipton, c Blackett, b Young . ... 9 Seabrook, c Webb, b Oallaghan ,'.1 Newham, b Oallaghan ... ... .. 5, Ryu!!, c Walker, b Osllaghan ... ... 4 Kibble, c Blnckelt, b Callagban.. ... 4 Robison, l.b.w. b Gallagban ... ... 28 Pollings, hit wicket,.b Prentice*.*. ... 14 Eurie, b Prentice ... .. .# 0 Worrall, not out ., ... ... ,, 1 Sundries ... * ... ... 7 . Total... '..i .. ... . ... 79 Bowling analysis: Callaghan, 7 f jr 26; Prentice, 2 for 8 ; Yoaoff, 1' for 2D ; '..Pettit, 0 for 8. k ISecond Inning*. Martin, b Onllaghaa ... ... ... . '9 - Seabrook, o Webb, b buttor :'?. ....

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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[?] Walli. (From our own Correspondent) CRICKET. LYNDHURST v. WALLI. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

(From our own Correspondent) CRICKET. LTNDKOEST V. WAILI. T'was .beauteous morn with sky serene, When mustered liyalli's cricket, team, On Wallas" Recreation Green To: play; Ly ndhurs t. Sweet gum-toe scent was in the breeze, And old men' lounged attheir ease .' Watehing "through the tall gum trees For Lyndhurst. The luncheon baskets neat and clean, Were spread upon the beauteous green; And handsome lassies could be seen Waiting for Lyndhurst. At length a distant sound is heard, Like to the cry of some wild bird, Which old and-young all averred Was the song of Lyndhurst. Emerging from the distant trees With tune of " Ked Wing " in the breeze,. A four horse van each one sees : The team of Lyndhurst. A joyous shout iB the sound Ah Lyndhurst drives upon the ground, ? And "shaking hands " goes all around With, the men of Lyndhurst. Lyndhurafs captain won the toss, And showed hismen.thafcjie.wa^.'.'.b/jgs For \yalli to the stumps, he sent-, " And soon our lads knew what was meant By play...

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For Men Only. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

For Men Only.. To day wa have flying machines. It makes us wonder what next is possiblo. To-day there are thousands of men who - do not know the perfection reached by scientific putting' in tailoring. It is, such th?tAnlne|y mei) out of 4 hundred ] oaa ',.$a<|)er!e6tlyfikted with . tailored ready-fe-veear clothe?; if cut by th'e right ctitter. The. others we can make garments for. We have the ooata with shaped backs, long waist, and all the latest details of fashion. The trousers with a taper and style of exclusive* nesa. The suits from 88s and trousers from 10s 9d show tho bane fit you get from our cash trading policy. Seeing is believing, call and see a coat tried on at O. Bollinger & Go's., Cash Traders in Men's Wear OKIY (nest dtfor t& Ci'oploy'fl ^o6t Stord) Cowra.* If .you do hot think our. Tailored feady-to-wear suits, or trousers eepa-. rately. ar'd.'qtiitb gbbd enough-for yoUr very oeSfc '(but all the' sttrao «/e thftk tfeey are) they will dojfor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

To b^o-;shouting " low prico " arid , " B.iFgiiin Snaps " ovary day is on& .:'bf the poorest' grad&s^of merchandising. Yon 'don't expect thera to bo true and certainly there's a big doubt always. lingering. : in the back of your brain that because the prico has; suffered, the quality has too. And.inore often than not, you are RIGHT!' .HYAMS' have no bargain-bait' '' : to offer you except those absolutely " proveable " ones that come our way once in a while or at Sale time. . . But what wo offer you what YOU do really want is consistently good value value that is "WORTH WHILE" coming for---? value that you know means the .bedrock prico and honest quality in whatover you wish to wear or use. WE AS LOCAL STOREKEEPERS OFF Kit THIS TO YOU AS LOCAL RESIDENTS AND WVJ FEAR NO INTERFERENCE FROM SYDNEY MAIL ORDER HOUSES OR PRICE CUTTERS, BECAUSE WHEN IT COMES TO CUTTING WE ARE GOOD AT THAT TOO Come and Save Money on our " Worth While" Values. Q. Hyams Where the Prices are alwa...

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Stealing at Woodstock. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

J Stealing at-Wood* I stock. ; i ; ./-.Trr- = ?? j! Jolvu .Richmond was chargod . be 1 fore Acting Judgo IJevati with "steal i itig a horao . the property of Jobu J McKay, junr , at. Woodstock. T | Jury: Thoma-s Fletchcr, A. W f Curtis, Laurence Purcoll, A. Lane, J. . Connolly, P. Links, It. Fletcher, J r P'jisley, II. It. Fowler, 11. AI ford, (Albert Bryant, anil II, H S. Francis (fororaan). ; Mr. J. Mason, Crown Prosecutor, conducted <lie Crown crise. Accused -.fas nndofctided. < ' " Evidence which has alreany' been; fully reported in iliosd columns was given by Constable BOfry, John NlftKay, Sidney Sloanc uud Constable Ddranj' " tf. Accused made a short atfitoinoiit protesting his innocence- " :-f. After a short retirement tho- jury' returned a vordiot of " GUILTY"." with a strong recommendation. to mercy. Thero wero two previous convic tions against accused, who said he had nothing to say. . Ho was sentenced to G monihr in Pai'i'amatta gaol. Amomi/i niH ind...

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A Greenfell Case. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

{ A Qrenfell Case. [ . . - . At tho Quarter Sessions qu Monday | ' Acting Jiidgo Bavan doalt with the fol lowing case. Mr. J. T. West, Deputy Sheriff, also occupied a seat on the'bench with His Honor. James Hines and Alexander Clifford were charged with stealingisevoral articl es of clothing from the Railway Hotel,! Grenfell, the property of Edward Stagg. ' Jury : D; Shackel, Jno. O'Neil, Jno. Pcisloy, A. W. Curtis, J. M. 0. Tucker, A. Bryant, T. Fletcher, Colin.Henry, (foreman), A. Latie, T. Goodacre, P. Cnl'en and Walker Dunne. ' Mr. J. Mason, Crown Prosecutor, conducted the case for the prosecution. Mr. Montgomerie for accused. Constable Bovard gave ovidonc® as to the movements of accused and their sub sequent arrest. To Mr. Mo.ntgomorie : Gave evidence at police court; gave it early in the week; did not give a word about '. Hines put me away. The does not know enough to got in out ot the wet re membered it after ; clothes (produced) bould not say how much they would bring ; Gren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

AUSTRALIAN PROVIDENT MUTUAL SOCIETY. APPLICATIONS are iuvited for the posi tion u{ DISTRICT AGENT for the In dustrial Department. Apply by letter. C A. ELLIOTT. Manager, Industrial .Department, j 114 Hunter St., Sydney. I MRS. W. C. BELL & FAMILY FUND A MEETING of Subscribers to the above :. fund will be held at the School of Arts, on Saturday, March II, ] At -3 p.ul., i When it will be decided whether the Funds ? are to be handed over to Mrs, Bell, or in- ' vested on her behalf. j As it is intended to CLOSE the fund on the date named, those who hold Subscrip- , tion Li^ts are particularly requested to ' raturn same, .together with sums collected, before hour of meeting. .. W. P, Beahan,.} Joint - L. McINNES, j Hon. Sees NOTICE. WE, the undersigned, have agreed to CLOSE our business Premises on THURS DAY, 16th INST., at 1 p m., on account of the Cowra District Trotting Meeting-^ CHIVERS BROS. SQUIRE & PEPPER M. DEEPS PEELL & COY. G. BOLLINGER & CO. W....

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Bicycle Road Race. SANCTION REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Bicycle Road Race, SANCTION REFUSED. Mr, H. GK Robiusou, promoter of tho_" Warafcah " A ma tear Road Race, had a letter before the1 Council on Monday ovenirtg applying for por mission to start a road race from the Bank of New South Wales corner, thonce to Morongla, Wattamondara, and bacic tn the point of commence ment, on Wednesday, March 22nd. The Mayor: I consider the appli cation should not bo granted. Such a thing would not bo tolerated in a village. We summon persons for breaking our by-laws and then give others permission to break them. Aid. Connolly: I propose ;" That the applicant be informed that tho. Council had no objection to the race commencing at tho western ond of tho traffic bridge." , Seconded by Aid. Poignand - and carried.

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Only. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Only.. As Oush Trailers in'Men's;;YPeai? om-r wo sh n»ld be tibln to suit yoil'well. You want good lasting rjua ity (whether for hard working or dro69) at A roasnnab!a jjrice. Our cash trading m.ikes it o.By for us to trive you ihi.=>. See tho values in our window. You will nleo foci 'it hnme shop ping in a Men's Shop. . O.-BoLiixoEa ?Co., Cash Traders in Mfen's Wear ONtv, next door t'o Cropl'ey's Boot Stirfy Cowrft "

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Sale of Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Sale of Eights. Messrs. C. K. Rose & Co. sold the rights ia connection wiih tbe H. A. C B. races and trotting club's meetings, to be held on Wednesday or Thursday next, on Saturday last an follows: - Publican's beoib, £11 and £5; race books, £1 and 10s. The other rights..were pas-ed in. Those who suffer , from backache nnd heart palpitation should try NEMIATONIC.

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A Wholesale Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

A Wholesale Charge. On Monday evening following let ter from Martin Cridlaud was sub mitted for consideration by the Municipal Council.: I beg to appeal to you for a little (ait plav on the part of your I O N., wid for the consideration of my two letters cf compl int re an entire horse in my neigh bourhood, which has been a perfect nuis ance to those of us who have the misfor tune to live in ^ark-Btreeo . Having cjmplaiued ineffectually to your clerk of the neglect of duty on the part of the LO SS;, I suppose that geutieman has got his knife into me. , . _ . " My first definite complaint is th.it I was subpcenasil 10 givd evidence [or your Council against Walsh. I wanted to leave own to go to work, but your officers kept on a'temg the date of the case for the convenience of the defendant, and I was kept here for about three weeks, 'partly wastia" tnv time until Mi 8 case came on, when I wan awarded 2/6 witnesses ex P8The'next persecution to which I was subjected was beiug sued for a...

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Sporting. H.A.C.B. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Sporting H.A.d.B, RACES. The above 'annual meeting will take place on Wednesday next. The entries for. the principal events ai;e only fairly satisfactory, bat it is a certainty that the minor events will fill up well. Mr. J. Maher (hon. seo.) who ia now a veteran in the matter of conducting race meetings, has r all the preliminary arraugements fixed up, therefore, yvith the help of a strong committee the meeting should be even more successful than usual. Following are the nominations for the two principal events: Hibernian Hdcp, St. Patrick's Hacp. Aragiiin Aragaiu Blue Belt Breakaway Survivor Gaiu Gain Uronim Uronim , Marvel Lawn Marvel Lawn The Vanquisher The Vanquisher Keen Adnor * # " # COWRA TROTTING OLUB. The second meeting of the above, whioh takes place on Thursday next, prom:8BB't'6 be;-a gi pat success; En tries are coming in well, the track is in excellent order and the popular hon. sec. (Mr. J. Mcintosh) has all I the preliminaries well in hand, con sequently, as he is b...

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Men's Hat Store. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Men's Hat Satire. rhere is a talking window of Men's Hats next door to (Jropley's Boot Si ore, Cowra. The pricts marked on tho hats .petit of the value given"bv cash trading a« adopted by Q. POLLIHOEB & CO. If yon have not bene6tted by cash trading why not start now *

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An Appeal Case. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

An Appeal Case. W ipjfred Bennett 'appea!e<jH<i:$btii)g Beyan on Monday < against her convic tion for \ ngrancy,^ for which, she re- 1 coived a spntenco of 4mqi)thBT' . Mr1 Mason appeared to Support the oonviction. V, The evidenco gftenf pafe th%; police; court was read ovotiij j f'. 1 !. : Twenty nine previous dtmvictions had baen recorded againBt accused. Convictson upheld, with costs £5 5s. A month was allowed in which to pay tho costs. Appellant was present in the custody of a female warder from Long Bay Re formatory.

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Conimbla Estate Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

C&'nimbla Estate Sale. Messrs* Jiose & Co. and . H. It. M. Hg otl"(in cpojilnct-iin) .ottered, this property by auction" at the Centennial Hall on 'Saturday1'last, when Mr A.. 'Whittaker purchased two lots And Mr Jainoi Tartsley one lot; Tha homestead block was «not sold. v Palej weak, languid women require that unfailing blood romedy-NEMIA Toxic. ?Corned' Mntfon, guaranteed fresh, at i E. FROST'S butchery, 2jd lb, cash Fa-iriers can (for caih) get .good Corned Beef at. B: FROST.'S bmchety, At 2us p'er KKAbs, SOlbs 11 Si 28lbs CB>

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A Court Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

A Court Incident. .lust as the Crown' Prosecutor had concluded his address to the jury id the Grenfell stealing case at the Quarter Sessions on Monday with the words "If you believe without reasonable doubt accused are the men ycu can find them guilty,"- a voice rang out clearly from the gallery "I don't think so." His Honor immediately directed the offender removal, but as that individual could not be located he ordered the gallery to be cleared. The incident caused quite a sensation within the pecincts of the Court.

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Municipal Council. ? The usual meeting took place oil Monday evening. Present:-Aid. Foley (Mayor), Connolly, Poignand, Montgomerie, and Robertson. The minutes wore read and confirmed. 1.0 n'S. KGPOttT. The usual reports were submitted, which showed that 732, ,735, 735, 736, 737, 736, iij^d 736 p^hs had been'attended to during the (past 8 weeks 'respectively; .20 dogs were destroyed at a cost of £2; Gee Chong wtt3 fined w82 and ccsts for keeping refuse on his premises. Received and amount passed for pay ment, on the motion of Aid, Robertson and Poignand. Aid. Montgomerie: We should certainly be ablo to get some revenue from dogs. They should be compelled to have collars -with their names thereon. Aid. Connolly: That is the law, but' is is not carried out. TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. , With respect to Council's application for permission to enclose C. and W. R. No. 35813,1 have the honor to report that the Local Laud Board at the sitting on 15th instant inquired into the circumstances attend...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

SUNDAY, MARCH 12. DH.Uh.CH 01' ISVCHiAtfn. Cowra every Sunday at 8am Holy Communion. 11 a m and 7 30 p m. (Mon'i J?orvico 2d Sunday t-7 30 p m ) Country Centres l»fc Sunday-Neil . 11 a in, Morongla 3.15 p m, Upppp Brfck Crcfk 3.15 p m. 2nd Sunday - M >roni>la 11 a in Holy Com munion, Ilolmwool 3.30 p m, Wallaroos 3.15 p m / 3rd Sunday-Nulla (VIri IJeir'a) Ham Morongla 3.15 p*in, I "wor B ick Crock 3. lo p m, Uppur Ujok Crenk 7ui. 4th Sundiy - Holmwoad 11 a in Ifo'y Communion, Lower Back OreoU 3 15 p m, Wattainondara. 3.15 u ro, Marongl.i 7 p in. 5th -Sunday-Uppxr Hack Greek Hum, Holy O'imniu u'on Lowor Buck Creek 3 15 p m, Morongla 3.15 p m. jUennetts Spring* a .d <icljor Services by nrrangem nt wich the Hector, R-v. A. J. (sirdaar, li.D. Uov. W. Oarm Caton. Mr. P. Huiloy lion. Lay Reader, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Goolugong i 1 a.m. . Hack Creek 3.3ft. Cow. a 7.30 p. in. Mr. J. M. McDonald. Cnwra 11 n.m Morongla 3.30 p.m Wa'tamondiira 7.30 p.m. Rev. Geo. Cranston. METHO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2d. The-Best Advertising Medium Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2c*. The- Best Advertising Medium. " LAORLAN ST ... H8DBL1 WISHES to announce that he has taken over the above old established hotel, which lie intends to conduct in an np-to-date manner. - Nothing but the Beat Liquors stocked. Good Billiard. Table on the Proaisos Splendid Stabling Accommodation, in charge of careful gtoom. iifiwii 4 mm, Kendall-street, Cowra NOTIFIES that he has taken over the at'ove first-class and most'oentrally situa ted hotel, nnd hopes to. meet with:tho lib eral patronage bestowed upon him in the past. ' . The hotel is up-to-date in every par ticular, and one of.the beat equipped out eido the1 metropolis. " - E&'JST SrlMTS. STOCKED SPLENM.D ACCOMMODATION. SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. Firat-class Stabling and-Attentive Groom. Every, convenience neceaaary. HAVING embarked. In- a- new line of Inisincss, vylll henceforth;/,bo.pleased to...

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Vaux Street Case. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911

Vaux Street Case. - The Court House was crowded on Monday afternoon, when the following ease came before Acting Judge Bevan:- . Edward McAleer. Assaulting and occasioning actual bodily harm to Annie McAleer. There was a second count charging him with common as sault. Jury: EE. R. Fowler, Peter Links, H. G. Tucker, John Connolly, R. Christian, W. 11. Alt'ord, Lawreuce Purcell (foreman), J. J. Anderson, F. E. Tucker, J. D.elauey, C. Allen, G. H. Matheson. Mr. H. H. S. Fraucis was called on the Jury, but was allowed to stand down at his own request in CODS^ ..quenoo of having employed McAleer for 11 years. Mr. Mason, Crown Prosecutor, conducted the prosecution, Mr. R! B. Phillips for accused. Evidence which has already been published at l3ngth in those columns, was eiven by Dr. Tilloy, Constable Rose, Catherine Nealo aud Sarah i Kelly. . I Annie McAleer deposed her hus j band panic home betweou 10 30 and j 11 am. very drunk ; ho asked for j some money; she gave him some, I which ho sai...

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