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Markets. WELLINGTON HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

) - . ~ Markets. WELLINGTON HOKSE SALE. Messrs, Bedford, Taylor and Weston'a (Wellington) recent special horse Bale, which was held at Wellington, and ex tended from 22nd 'to 25th ult., was in every way a highly successful one. The horses were brought into the ring in first-class condition, and the bidding ; was spirited throughout, although the ' prices realised were scarcely as high as those which have ruled at this firm's previous Wellington sales. Between 1,200 and 1,300 horses were brought under the hammer, and with tho ex ception of a few lots, all were sold at satisfactory prices to all parties con cerned. Mr. Harry Taylor was in his usual stood form, and put through some remarkably quick sales. A record es- ! tablished by him during the course of the sale is specially worthy of attention. This was in connection with Messrs. Hoult and Sons' New Zealand consign ment, submitted close on sundown, 42 head being disposed of in 48 minutes at prices up to £50. Mr. W. P. Mitchell i r...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Important Notice to Parents. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Important Notice to Parents, J We beg respectfully to give notice that we hays decided to "discontinue stocking .boys clothing,' hats,-, shirts, socks, and stockings ;.>nd-thereforej'.the whole of our present ! stock of thes6;are for absolute' quick safoat any reasonable offer. We areforced to adopt this course; owing. tothe . rapidly-, /-increasing 'trade :we 'are doing in men's "clothing, hats, etc., requiting all voji^. store room for extra stock to cope witn it, and at present a larger store is not available. We thank those parent? who :-have so liberally patromsed us in'these goods, as well as all.. other customers for, their liberal support. - Respectfully yours, G. BOLLINOEK & Co., Gash Traders in Men's Wear only (next Cropley's Boot Store) Gowrsv* .

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Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Serious Accident. As Mr. W. M. Flamming, the popular I squire of Kangaroobie, was riding home from Mr. James Cass' " Water View," ; Back Creek, aftor taking delivery of some horses on Thursday, his horse . stumbled when near Mr. 0. W. Phillips' Canimbla, and falling heatily on Mr. j Flemming, pinned him to the ground. ' Messrs. A. and D. McWilliam coming along, noticod the riderless horse stand ing over a prostrate form, which was at onco recognised as that of Mr. Flemming. Mr. D. McWilliam then went on to Mr. Phillips and procured assistance, whilst his father proceeded : to Cowra and informod Dr. McLaren, who was at onco driven to the scone by Mr. C. K. Roso, and finding Mr. Flemming unconscious ' and suffering from concussion of the brain, ordered his removal to Nurse Mathoson's private hospital, where he now lies. Upon enquiry to-day wo j learned that the unfortunate gentleman I was well enough to go home. j Pale, weak, languid women require that j unfailing blood remedy-NEMIA T...

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Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. Mr S. A. Basser, the eminent Vienna Optician, holds tho very highest certifi cates secured by actnal examination in Vienna, Dresden, Berlin, Loudon nrid New York. Ho is also a quililio 1 Master of the British Optical Association. Mr. Basser desires to give the greatest pos sible number the benefit of his skilled services and makes no chargc whatever for consultations, or for carefully testing the sight. His coming visit to this town oilers a splendid opportunity of having the oyes properly attended to, and ail visual elfecta defects conected. Mr. Basser has devoted much time to the study of the eyes of the young, and par ents should note this fact, and brins the children to him for examination. A few minutes now may save great expense in the future. Mr. B sser is sole iigent for the " bo Easy " rimless classes-quite the most comfortable it is possible go get. He employs no agents, and may be con sulted in person at the Imperial Hotel. Cowra, on Friday, Marc...

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Supple Benefit Social. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Supple Benefit Social. On Wednesday evening the above eventuated in the Centennial Hall, and was a great success, both socially and financially, There were about 100 couples present, and if the weather had not been so threatening the attendance would have been much larger, as a num ber of country people were afraid to make the trip. For some weekB the hon. sees. (Messrs. W. Mulhall and A. Moriarty) worked like trojans to make the function a success, and their efforts were well seconded by a committee of willing workers, and it must have indeed been gratifying to them to see their endeavours so richly rewarded. Excel lent music was provided gratuitously by Messrs. 0. Fogarty, D. McGee, Wales, M. Johnson (piano,), McLeish (flute and piccolo), Bergin (cornet), and Byrnes (violin). Mr. T. Davis acted as M.O., and was assisted by. Mr. W. Mulhall. Next issue wo hope to be enabled to give a rough statement of the accounts in connection with this fund, which must now total a considerable am...

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Cowra Stock Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Cowra Stoik Sale. Messrs. Davis and "'Bellamy .report a very successful sale.of horses at the Cowra saleyards cn Saturday last, when they submitted 40 head of draught and light horses. There was a large field of buyers, and competition was brisk throughout for all sorts. Amongst the yarding was a draft of 10 head from Mr. J. Magill, of Bogan Gate. Following are some of the prices : Roan gelding, 4 years old, £40 ; light draft colt, £22/10 ; small light draught colt, £17 10s ; bay gelding, £38 ; light colt, £11; geld ing £33 10s; grey filly, £38 ; brown filly, £38 ; aged mare, £29 10s ; aged mare, £22 10s ; roan gelding, £37; chestnut gelding, £31. A/c. Murphy: Gelding, £30; a/c. Smallacombs : Filly, £27 10s; colt," £2G, a/c. Bramall, gelding £26 10s, bay gelding £12 ; light yearling, £7 10s; a/c. Pratley, light filly £10 10s; a/c. Lockyer, filly £33 ; a/c. Bryant, bay mare £34; a/c. Saywaker, mare and foal £30; others from £6 to £18.

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HEADACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

HEADACHES. Like many other. human ailments, have b< en wrongly diagnosed nnd altogether ; miannder8tood. The hoidnche itself i3 not tlie thiiifj to treat, for the reason that it is simply a symptom and is wholly dependent on the nor,ion of other organs. Not infreqnently the direct ouseof head- j ache is an inactive liver. If you are | troubled much with headaches, then try { , Chamherl tin's Tablets, the reliable, tried, and true livor medicine that sets lhat 01- j gaii rifjhfc. Ono box is ni dicine for the i whole family and costs but 1/G. Sold ' everywhere. | \ . :

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Cowra Combined Choir. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Cowra Combined < Choir. A meeting of the committee of the ! above took place at the public school on Wednesday evening. Present:- ! Messrs. Stewart (in the chair), A. ; and 0. Lane, Arey, W. Howell, and , H.Ryall (hon. sec.) '.* j The minutes -were read and con firmed on the motion of Messrs. Lane and Arey. Correspondence was received from Mr. Gk Moore agreeing to allow the use of the school room on Friday as well as Tuesday evening; and from Mi*. E. J. Dann, hon. sec. Blayney Musical Competitions re music and other matters. Received, and Mr. Moore to be thanked, on the motion of Messrs. A. and 0. Lane. On the motion af Messrs. A. Lane , and Ryall, it was decided " That j a concert be held on Friday, evening, 31st instant, for the purpose of raising funds to pay expenses, any surplus to become the nucleus of a fund for the purpose of establishing a Musical, Literary, and Band Contest dnriDg 1912." Messrs. Arey, -Howell, and Ryall were appointed a sub-committee to draw up ...

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Just a Reminder. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Just a Reminder. . Leso you forgot, to support/ local Indus. 1 try, by always asking your-grocer for our I soap. Don't b3 'put off with high price . city lines. Fancy paying ten shillings per case more for soap that .only passes the : same' standard as the local article by lawt .Was anything so absurd ever heard of. You would not do it for other lines then why for soapl*

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Money in Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Money in Tallow. { Just think of it Mr. Parmer, you | can get 8s for a kerosene tin fall, at the Gowra Soap Works, Briabane-st. . So come along and support local in dustry. , Empty tins given away in any quantity.*. ' « .

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[Bruce Smith on the Labour Party. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

[Bruce Smith on the Labour Party. At Bathursfc daring an anti-refer enda address Mr. Bruce Smith accused . certain Federal Ministers of class I prejadice. Messrs. Fisher and Hughes, j lie said, had contributed 10wards the , strike funds of men who were defying j the arbitration la nrs. Mr. Thomas j cook part in a Rtrike procession at ' Broken Hill, and Mr. O'Malley con- j gratulated Mr. Oatts who had broken j the law. " Don't you think," ho asked, " that the time has come in the history of Aastralia when men , should at least have some decency to administer the affairs of the country i impartially and judicially, and with- ! out the class prejudice theso men have shown ?"

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For Men Only. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

For Men Only. To day we have flying machines. It makeB us wonder what next ia possible. To-day there are thousands of men who do not know the perfection reached by scientific cutting in tailoring. It is Buch that ninety men out of a hundred can be perfectly fitted with tailored ready-to-wear clothes, if cut by the right cutter. The others we can make garments for. We have tho coats with Bhaped backs, long waist, and all the latest details of fashion. The trousers with a taper and style of exclusive-, ness. The - suits from 38s and trousers from 10s 9d show the bene fit you get from our cash trading policy. Seeing is believing, call and see a coat tried on at G. Bollinger & Co's., Cash Traders in Men's Wear ONLY (next door to Cropley'fl Boot Store) Cowra.* j

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Parents' & Citizens' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Parents' & Citizens' Association- I The usual monthly meeting was held on Tuesday, 7th instant, Mr R Steven son in the chair. Mr Bill proposed, and Mr Both well seconded, " That Mr McKellar and the Rev Uarus Caton be j thanked for their unselfiish action in ! devoting so much of their time to teaching the boys to swim and in- I structing them in life saving methods." Mr Bollinger moved, Mr Bill seconded, ..That the secretary write to the Royal Humane Society, commending the action of Masters Norman and i Spicer Bellamy, in rescuing three boys I from drowning in the river, and asked I that some recognition be shown to them for their bravery."

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Visiting Optician. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Visiting Optician. M'-ssrs. Angus aud Coote of 492 George | Street. Sydney, announce their intention j to send their tonring Optician to Cowra at an early date, when he in ay be con- I salted on all Bye defects, Headaches, etc ,' at Link's Imperial Hotel. Sufferers from eye troubles should watch for exact date of visit, or appointments may Le ma le by addressing to ANous & COOTE, 492 George > Street, Sydney.

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THROAT TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

THROAT TROUBLES. A'cough, a hack in clearing the throat ' I may become habits. They begin with a : celd and keep coming automatically after ' the cold has finished. \ slight exercise of the wili aii'l the use of Chomberlain's Cough Remedy hai a prompt specific action on the throit or air passages. Sold J everywhere.

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Rich Discovery near Binda. SILVER ASSAYS TO 1850 Oz. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Rich Discovery near Binda. SILVER ASSAYS TO 1850 Oz. On two occasions within the last few days, reference has been made in the "S.M. Herald" to the discov ery of a rich silver-lead-copper-gold formation at Meglo, an the Mount ' Wells station, between Binda and Bigga, about 27 miles distant from j Crookwell. The information was to the effect that a quartz capped formation has been opened up by some experienced silver-lead miners, and that rough assays showed that the ore was ex ceedingly rich in silver, besides carry ing a high percentage of copper, and good values in gold and lead. It was fnrther stated that the lode had been traced for two miles, and that the country had been pegged north and south for several milts. Information has now come to hand that samples of the . ore traced by competant Sydney assayists, ranged from 87 loz to 1850oz [of silvos; from 12 per cent, to 15 per cent, of copper; and from 16 per cent, to 33 per cent, of lead. It is stated that the discovery was I m...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Local Land Board, j A meeting of the Local Land Board for the Land District of Cowra will be held in the Conrt House at Cowra on Tuesday, 21st March, 1011, commencing at 9 & m., when the following cases will be con sidered : To Close and Purchase Roads. S P.10178, John Fagan. For Investigation. S.P. 10.36, 492£a, . Thomas Bernard Searson. C.P.IO 36, 8a, 2r, 21p, Samuel Ogle. G.P.10 65 (Young), 2S0|a, Michael Cusack. C.P.U 5, 160a, Henry Mark Francis. C.L.I 1.1, 252a, William Francis Gregory Gallagher. For Surrender and Exchange. Mount McDonald Farmers' and Settlers' Association (W.R. 188). - Proposal to cnrtail T.8. and W.R., parish of Chaucer, connty of Bathurst. For Investigation. Special Lease 10.8,149a,William Reuben Death (conflcting). Special Lease 11.4, 52a, George Death (conflicting). Special Lease 115, 175o, Henry Trim mer (conflcting). Spuinl Lease 11.1, 200a, William Albert t?opp (conflicting). Special Lease11 2, 200a, James Jackson Staunton (conflicting). Special...

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Delivery of Country Parcels. CASINO DECIDES THREE MILES LIMIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

Delivery of Country Parcels. CASINO DECIDES THREE MILES LIMIT. A correspondent to " Tweed Times " writes as follows : The practice of de livering goods, in s.ome cases even small parcels, such as a pound of candles, etc., 10 or 12 miles, is becoming an in tolerable burden, and there is no doubt that unless some steps are taken where by the limit for delivery be, say three miles, the interests of the town and business people will suffer severely. . At Casino the 'position became so acute that the storekeepers combined and en tered into a bond for £50, to be for feited in case of a breach of the three mile limit. This could be' well ar ranged without any inconvenience to either the public or the business people in fact, the latter would immediately ,feel the benefit, and the country people would come into town and wake things up a bit. I have no personal motive whatever in pointing out that if the three-mile limit is not established, dis aster must surely follow." Commercial traveller...

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POULTRY. THIS WHITE LEGHORN. DESCRIPTION AND STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

POULTRY. THIS WHITE IJEGIIORN. DESCRIPTION AND STANDARD. In answer to a correspondent we j include In the issue of this week the de scription and standard laid down for 1 "White Leghorns by-the Mediterranean' Breeds Club. In breeding White Leg- | horns, the point, aimed at should be to produce birds as near the standard as can be done, combining type with qua lity, and keeping, away from coarseness as much as possible. White Leghorns are essentially an egg-producing bree'l, and the medium-sized fowls should be selected as breeding stock. f DESCRIPTION OP THE COCK. Beak.-Stout, the point~~standlng well clear to the front of the comb. Comb.-Fine in texture, large, but not overgrown, single, perfectly straight and crect, deeply and evenly serrate 1, the spikes broadening at the hase ; ex tending well beyond the back of the head and following without touching a line of the hackle; free from thumb marks and side sprigs. Face.-Fine in texture, and free from wrinkles or folds. Wattles.-Lon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911

fig To bo shouting "low price" and' Y' Bargain Snaps " every day is one of the poorest grades of merchandising. ' .You don't expect; them to bo true and v ., certainly there's a big doubt always lingering . in the back of your brain that becanso ) the prico has suffered, the- quality has too. 1 And more often than not, you are RIGHT. H YAMS' have no }jargain-bait to~offor yon except those absolutely v ^ " proveable" ouos that come our way j, once in a while or at Sale time. f JJufc what we offer you what YOU -. do really want is consistently gooc1 value 1 .*..... . value that is " WOBTH WHILE " coming/ for-^^ value that you know means the .> bedrock price and honest quality in whatever you wish to wear or use. WE LOCAL STOREKEEPERS OFFER THIS TO \OU AS LOCAL RESIDENTS AND Wfr .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. M Where the Prices are alwa...

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