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The Cowra Free Press USE 80FT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 8, 1911. A Building Boom. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 March 1911
USB S08T WORDS A.SD HAttD AUQUATENTS. WEDNESDAY; MARCH, S, 1911. A Building Boom. At Monday night's Municipal Council meeting no less than thiitecn applications were submitted from persons dositous of building, includ ing the following:-Herricb and Cum miugs for. Miss Davis in Macquaric-st., E W. Warren for W. Mclean, James "VVhi'ty for Mrs. D. Whitty, Gr. B. Sanderson for Mr. C. Campbell,- H. H. S. Francis for Mr. E. Jenkins, Joseph Bryaut, Peter Beddio for W. MoLeau, Wilson and Hood for W. II. Hood, J. Brydon, B. Dunlop, T. Bradwoll, and Gr. llodder. The Clerk: As tho Couucil was practically in rccbss I took it upon myself to grant Messrs. Brydon, Duulop, Campbell, Bryant, Hood, and Beddio permission, every thing being in order. The applications of Messrs. Hodder, Whitty, Herrick, Curnmings, and Warren (tor McLean) are also in order. . . i. ... Aid. Montgomery: Wlijjciitu "submitted at a|L. Tho " Alayor : In accordance with the Ordinances. Aid. Connolly : Until lately we had no po...
POTASH IN SEAWEED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
POTASH IX SKA WEED. The advance in the :price of German potash salts is directing the-attention-of farmers to other possible Sources;'^al though there is 110,other source -that can take the place of the supplies from Ger many. In a note on the availablejjotash in seaweed the "Chemical .Trade Jour nal" points out. that the average per centage . of potash in -dried seaweed is said to be' about 3 per cent;, so- that a ton would contain^about GOlb. of1 potash, or more than is contained in ahundred weight of muriate of potash. -.For cen turies;the farmers situated near eerta'n coasts' have taken advantage .of this cheap source of fertilising material, but in other parts it is wasted; Just because it is so plentiful at times it is apt to lie. neglected. Samples .differ widely, but the average may be saIcl to" be at least equal in fertilising value to farmyard manure. According- to an-article by Dr Russell,' in the Journal of the Board of Agricul ture, the fertilising materials-present in ...
THE DAIRY. BUTTER NOT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
THE DAIRY. BUTTER NOT GATHERING. Frequent inquiries are received re garding the1 trouble experienced from butter not gathering. The difficulty is pronounced in'certain weathers. The trouble may generally be ascribed to unripe cream or cream that has become too sour. Ripening of cream is per formed by the lactic acid ferment. In plainer terms, it is probably correct to say that it has not properly soured. During the winter cream may remain in a jar in a cool place for several days, and even for more than a week without becoming ripe enough to churn in the usual length of time. For several hours before churning the cream should be 5-et near the stove, so thrt it will become warm enough for the proper fermenta to make it ripe. If this fails to ripen the cream it is then necessary to place a starter in the cream. By starter is meant a little sour-milk, which lias soured in a clean vessel and in a room where there are no objection able odors or filth of any kind, 110 mat ter how small. S...
SAPPING THE SOIL. ACTION OF WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
SAPPING TIIE^OHi. " ACTION.OP WEEDS. .. Most of us do not: realise-the extent of injury to the soil and the cultivated crops done by.''weeds. The Ontario station (America) for- a number of years has been, experimenting to learn the exact effect of ..weeds' on the soil. It has been found that the amount of: water which is taken up by weeds and evaporation from the surface -of the ? leaves is very great. For instance, an average mustard plant pumps: from tho soil about fourteen ounces, or seven-tenths of a pint, per day, and a' sunflower thirty-threo '.ounces.. The. transpiration is generally in proportion to the surface of the leaf, ..but; thin leaves transpire, or throw/* off water, more freely than fleshy ones. * Conse quently weeds having .a large leaf sur face draw from the sol) .and give off through the leaves,^; large.;amount jof water and 'ther6by.::rob' thc'./surrouncf ing cultivated plants, i Many botanists consider this/waste: of, moisture the most serious injury dqne by' w...
BEEKEEPER. STEAM-HEATED UN CAPPING KNIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
STEAM-IIEATED UN CAPPING KNIVES. One of the new things o' this honey season (says an American exchange) is the steam-heated uncapping knife. So far we have not seen this knile in use, except in a very small way on dry combs, and for trimming these it cer tainly is far before the ordinary Bing ham honey knife. The impression we have, however, from what we have seen is that it will be a success, and that it will prove a very great help to the ex tracted honey producer. The knife ap pears very much like the Bingham, only the blade is hollow, and attached to the handle end of the blade is a rubber tube, which conducts the steam from an ordinary kettle. This kettle is made so as to keep the steam from espaping, and 'is lcept boiling on a bluo-flame lamp. Mr O. B. Metcalfe, of Mesilla Park, New Mexico, writing to Septem ber 15 Gleanings in Bee Culture, says- - "We now endorse the s.'eam-heattd un capping knife, but we could not use it for fast work until we got to work and made a regular ...
A Reminder. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
A Reminder. Messrs. Angus and Coote, 0E 492 George-st., Sydney, the well-known and leading Sight Specialist's repre sentative may be cousultod on all Eye defects, headaches, etc., on Fri day, 17th March, at the Imperial Hotel, Oowra from S a.m. to 6 p.m. Sight testing free. All work guaran teed one year.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
A Tonic Free from Alcohol Are you pale, weak, easily tired, and do you lack nerve power? Ask your doctor if Ayer's Sar saparilla would not be good for you. He knows, and will ad vise you wisely. Not a drop of alcohol in this medicine. It puts red corpuscles into the blood, gives steady, even power to the nerves; and all without stimulation. Make no mistake. Take only those medicines the best doctors endorse. Ask your own doctor. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Prepired by Dr. I. C. Aytr & Co,, Lowell, Mm., U. 8. A. C. B. SANDERSON, Late, of BuH»r &lt;t Bradshaw, Architects May be consultod at the (Jentennihii yniit. £. W. "Warren, DR S. B. Douglas Macdonald, Hon. Ophthalmic Surgeon to Orange District Hospital. MA.Y ba consulted at 0raag3 or Biithurst Orange-First and Third Monday to Saturday of every month, Bathurst-Second and Fourth Monday to Saturday of every montji. Kite-at., Orange. 'Phone 88 Miss Ethel Wyndbatn, Teacher of Pianoforte & Organ [Cert. Pupil of Signor D...
INSULT TO INJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
INSULT TO INJURY. A chemist was awakened about one o'clock ill the morning by ;i boy clamour ing at liis shop-door. Upening his bod room window, lie BJHV u small-boy, who was gesticulating" wildly., "Aviiat's tlio niiittorp" inquired tho chemist, ". r . MJI "i want a penn'orth.o' camphorated chloroform'for V toothache," hoivJod tho lad, _ ". . . -i.rju. The chemist was not overjoyed when he found how small tho older was for which ho had been so rudely awakened from his sluinbGrbut, taking pity on tho sullerer, he dressed himself and wont downstairs to supply tho much-desired relief. Whilo measuring tho drug, ho could" not help doing a growl at the lad. "It's like your cheek," he observed, "to wake mo lip nt this time of the night for a paltry pennyworth of chloroform." "Oh, is it?" said tho boy, resentfully. "Then, I'll take my custom somewhero else. You win keep your chloroform. I won't have it now, for your inpudenco." ?And ho didn't. Ho wont off quito in dignantly, nursing his ja...
DR. LUCAS' PAWPAW TREATMENT. Illustrating its Dissolving Power. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
OR. LUCAS' PAWPAW TREATMENT." Illustrating its Dissolving Power. AYlien a piccu ol' metal-^or, in fact, any loreigu substance-remains embeu ded iu Lhe Ifesh lor any time, it becomes surrounded or eased up wilu hardened tissue, so that it cannot do further , damage/ A substance thus oncysted iu the flesh will remain l'or a fUetiiue, and . perhaps with one exception (Dr. Lucas' Ointment; is incapable of being removed /except by- the surgeon's knile. The fer ments ol the i'awpaw Apple have been successfully isolated and concentrated by Dr. Lucas -m the form of au Oint inont and i'ills, and such operations may mostly bo avoided. These lermentB dissolve mcfcss tissue, and, applied to the walls ol a cyst, will dissolve tliem away and allow the foreign substance to work out from the llesh. Mr. W. T. 'ivottoriughani, of Alice-street, "Anner ley," f'urnishos an instance of the dis solving power of Dr. Lucas' i'awpaw Uintuient. Says ho, writing on July iiyth, lylO: "While in tho act ol jnark ...
FATTENING LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
FATTENING LAMBS. The finishing oif of his lumbB for ox port 18 one ol' the most important items in the Australian lamb raiser's year, lie njust have his Jambs "prime" with out being too heavy, and to ensuro this the feed lie provides for tliem must bo of the most nutritious kind, and at the same tinio ho must see to it that thoy aro enabled to make tho best uso of it. If affected by ticks or lice, they will not thrive, but to rid them of these posts is easy ; a bath in Quibell's Liquid Dip (non-poisonous) will cleauso thom thoroughly without giving thom a check iu any way-a danger which is always present if tender lambs are dipped iu a poisonous preparation. All larnbB intended for export should bo dipped in Quibell'a Liquid when taken from tboir mothers, aud flouk mastorB would bo astonished at tho improvement made in the ewes them selves if they are given a bath at the same time.
BABY GIRL. PLEADED FOR BREAD. PATHETIC INQUEST SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
BABY cant,. PLEADED FOR BREAD. PATHETIC INQUEST" SCENE. ;? A story of'great- pallios;-in jrespoct- of the cleatli i of Awby.;.girl: w'ns . tolcl ^ at the Hackney Coroner's 'Court-oii.-Satui'-. (lay (saitl "Lloyd's News'' on Decem boi 11) j ? Mrs Annie Macey, wife of a millc .carrier,-of v Slynn.iroafl. /Claiiton, - said .tliat- she lighted the>firc,'t\vitli licivchild Edna, aged^two and a half years,v:in: the. room. The. little girl -keption ask ing for %iippy'^flim?aVl and'butter): awl so, as. she-happened to haveaiosbrcad in the place, she ran out'for some., .?-.".Oivhcrtreturnrslie's^witlie child- stand ing, by :the fire .screaming;:and, '.'instinc tively guessing-she: was,iiniLflames, ran next door.-, for ' help: ;-->A: .neighbor; 'Mrs Sharp,- ranun.; > She'herselfiwas so un 'nerved tlin t she" eoud1 do' nothing for the poor littte one. _ - ,The .. Ooroner-v(-Dri'v-iWynh'^Wostcott) Had,you a fireguard?-Vi'es, sir, but 1 did not put it-in front of !llie-lire. fj ? The Co...
SYDNEY INVESTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
SYDNEY INVESTMENTS. l'astoralists, business luon, ' and others in tlio country desirous of vary ing tlioir investments by .scouring lnost ..osiraDlo and prolitabio fcjydnoy pro perties, should mako inquiries. into tlio ?sale by auction by Mossrs. ltaino and .ionic, at their rooms, SO l'itt-strcot, oydney, oniUarchlG. TJndor instruc ii'ons Irom tlio: Uo'uiiiiercialliJuildiiig and iiivcstuiout Company,-.'Ltd.,- -tliey will submit valuable iaiitfs;;aiid buildings of lIic Bays water Jfistuto," Houbio .Bay, in J.&lt; lots, Those :eoiiipriso:-(l) l'he itoyal Hotel,. poublo'.iiay;. (2) a tor-! .race ol' throb houses, fronting? .Now rioutli Hoad-road; (3 to G) four build ing sites, fronting U'ceaii-strcot; (7 to . 6j adjoining, "JJuyswater Houses,"'with extensive frontages ; (!)) ''Jinellcrpore," splondid house at corner of Ocean and nolt streets; (10) "Trossilyaii," ' line iiouso and frontage to, Holt-streot;, (II) " Woodbridgo," modern rosidoiico, do tached, facing Holt-streot;.(1...
"A BLACK GHETTO." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
"A BTJACK GHETTO." The city of Baltimore in the United States of America is providing new j material for orations in praise of Amerl J. can liberty. Its Municipal 1 Council has proposed an "ordinance" or by-law requiring its colored inhabitants to re _ side in a'.section-of"tlio1 city set apart for them, and prohibiting-, wliite people from-making their, homes within that area. -A correspondent of the New ? York "Evening Post," bearing the sug ; gestive name oe Henry Moskowitz," points out that this ordinance is not entirely original. "Despotic Russia," he says, "has employed the method for , f' groat many years. She has a place for the Jews. : If the ordinance Is pa'ssi ed,-Baltimore can pride,itself on-the,in&lt; ventioii of a black-ghetto.", - --
SYDNEY'S PREMIER NURSING SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
SYDNEY'S PREMIER NURSING SCHOOL In Lower Fortli-st., out 011 tho healthy heights' of AVoollahra, amidst pictur osquo surroundings, and connected with tho city' by an excellent tram service, is the "Sydney Norland Institute, where educatod women aro trained in the art of Norland nursing. This lnstituto is the only 0110 of its kind in Australia, and its importance, from a social view point, was well attested at its inaugur ation, noarly two years ago, wlion there wore present in addition to her Excel lency Lady Dudley (who performed tlio oponing ceremony), nearly a thousand leading members of socioty, including prominont members of the medical pro fession. Founded by'Mrs. Grcig-Smith, the wife of a well-known Sydney medi cal man, this institution has been suc cessful from the commencement, while, the high standard acquired by its nur ses is evidenced from the fact that Lady Dudley, soino time ago, requisitioned one for attendance 011 her daughter (tlio Hon. Patricia Ward) during tho r...
THE REJECTED ORACLE. NEW THEOLOGY CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
THE REJECTED ORACLE. I NEW TIIKOLOGY CUITtCISED. By G. K. CHliSTKRTOM. Some time ago aT paper called the "Christian Commonwealth" (wliich I believe to be the organ of Mr R. J. Campbell) honored me with a paragraph to the effect (hat while I whs in sonic; ways "orthodox," I was was also, for tunately, "in revolt." In the New Theo logy -(it seems) these two things are felt as opposite. Well, I can solve the prob lem simply enough, if. any of my critics wish it solved. I have been in revolt since my childhood against a certain crumbling and conventional thing; the nearest name for it is the New Theo logy; I was brought up in the New Theology; and so were most of my friends. It was the great established convention of the later Victorians Queen Victoria believed in the New Theology. Ixird Tennyson, Poet Laure ate, believed in the New Theology; that is why he turned up once with a crowd of other Backwoodsmen to prevent us from paying our debt to Ireland.. Dis raeli believed in the New The...
WHEN HE STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
WHEN HE STARTED. ' An elderly man, who h:ul boon work ing for a. city firm for forty-two years, was called one morning into his master's private office. "I'm awfully sorry, Mr., Holden," said his employer, "but we've, decided _to re duce our staff, so your services will not bo required after next week."' The old fellow seemed to bo consider ably astonished. "Surely there's some mistake, sir!" he exclaimed. "Why, when I started I was told the jolj was regular!"
MUTINY IN BRAZIL. TWO HUNDRED KILLED AND WOUNDED. CAPITAL SHELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
MUTINY IN BRAZIL. .TWO HUNDRED KILLED ' AND WOUNDED.; CAPITAL SHELLED. i>..Another mutiny has been suppressed at1 Bio 'do Janeiro by the firm action i-;of the iBvazilian. Government, but while it'lasted there was desperate fighting. ~Ari insurrectionary battalion of rifles ,'Wasv.partly--annihilated,, the number o£ i-killedha'nd.wounded exceeding 200. »? :,Thentrouble /began at eleven o'clock ;on ; the iinight oC Friday, the 9th inst. ..(said,; "Iiloyd'ssNews'.' on December 18).. at the' 31ha. das Cobras, one of the /smallerlfortsin Rio Harbor. The naval battalion? stationed : there, one ;of .the :;crack&lt;; regiments: hitherto-noted, for its .:lbyalty;;>mu timed, -making prisoners of ftheii'^commander, andtthe/other, officers. iXhat;. there- was?-some agreement' with /the :-(leet was proved'" by. the-fact- that Mviicn;:the':'first":shots"vvero/fired .half of ithe 'crew , of- -thef scout; Rio /Grande do -'Sul'/,aIso smu timed and ".opened/fire -iat -five-'o'dock on Sa...
THE TOBACCO TYRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
THE TOBACCO TYRANT. When tho tobacco habit grips you so firmly that you would sooner liavo your pipe than a squaro ineal; when you begin to roalise that your nicotine-poi soned system protests through an en feebled heart, a disordered liver, and othor serious symptoms, including a lessening of the power of your vital functions-when these conditions fasten upon' you, it's surely time to' drop tho pipo, cigar, and cigarette I But it's mighty hard to drop smoking. Without tho help of medical science it is prac tically impossible. lience the popu larity of the specific which is the sub ject of an advertisement appearing else where oil this page. When you road this advertisement, even if you do not at once write for the cure, by all moans got tho proprietor 'to post you his booklet, which makes out a strong caso for leaving tobacco severely alone. But for the smoking habit, tens of thousands of men "who are to-day lan guid and miserable would be fit and woll.
TRADESMAN GAGGED. STRANGE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
TRADESMAN GAGGED. . STRANGE LETTER. : An extraordinary outrage was perpe trated in Glasgow yesterday (writes "Lloyd's-Weekly News" on December 25). A news-agent's shop on the south sido of Argylo street, occupied by Mr W. R. Mitchell, was found : to be on fire, and .after the firo brigade had extinguished the flames the astounding discovery was inade of Mr''Mitchell lying in'the base ment,- unconscious,'with wourids on the head and face." His pockets were turned out. ' The .shop has on the letter box '.Hili.A;" -Agency. There is a small 'single- window; to the street, while the 'back^shop is lighted by-a-large window. On a bench; in front of which Mr Mit chell, works at his engraving, he com bining vthis occupation ? with selling newspapers and .tobacco in the shop, there is a trapdoor, from which a wooden stair , leads down to the base ment, which extends- under the back shop,. and . a door leads .from it to a sunken area little more than a yard in breadth. ; - On making, their cus...
A FAVOURITE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
A FAVOURITE DFFI.CE> Tho Now Zealand Insurance Coy.ihns always been in high favour in this State, and tho facts and figures dis closod by the report and balance-sheet for tho past year more than over jus tify tho popularity of and confidence reposed in this great Australasian in stitution. Last your was practically tho jubileo year of tho Company, and tho comparison of tho not premium revonuo is interesting-1860, £3706; 1010, £605, 509. Tho comparison af forded by tho past 15 years shows the solid growth: Funds in &lt; Proportion to Premiums. FVnds. Premiums.* 18nS ... i!2fi7,&lt;)17 A'449.551 1G8 per cent. 1900 ... a I2,0:u; 481.485 141 1905 425.991 (M0.98G ISO 191)9 ... r.08.28H 755,019 124 1910 ... G0S.509 784.107 129. " Tho slight shrinkage in tho'total pre mium is duo to tho now policy of clqsor inspection of marine businoss. During tho past live years, tho assets of tho Company have increased from £510,841 to £920,683, and the investments liavo booi) varied ...