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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Cricket. Following team will represent Cowra Juniors in a match ag'aint Canowindra Juniora on 12th inst. J. Place, P. Jones, L; Hyams, W. MoLeish, A. Leggat6, T. O'Shaugh nessy, H. Leahy, C. and R. Sfcinson, G-. Ptters, E. Ryall, and E. Dawson (12).
Trotting. COWRA TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Trotting, COWRA TROTTING CLUB. Following are the nominations for the five events to be decided on the Show Ground track on Thursday, 15th March, (the day following H.A.O.JB. races): Mmbarino'a Pride Starlight Chieftain Chieftain King Jennie Aborigine Glen Nightlight Molly FLYING HANDICAP. Luke Mignonette Van Roy Freedom Trimmer Prince Harold, Jun. Jim C'eve Huon Boy Delavan Ohimea LAOHLAN HANDICAP. Starlight / Chieftain Avondale Souvenir Domino The Coon . Aurora - COWRA AND DISTRICT. HANDICAP. Avondale Luke Van Roy &lt; Freedom ; Trimmer Prince Harold, Jun. Jim Oleve Huon Boy Delavan Ohimea LADIES BBACRI.ET. S.bxrlight Honest Tom Tartan Doris Canditato Molly Picket ~ . Chieftain King Jennie ... Misa (Jornee Jack Chummie TRIAL HANDICAP.
Sporting. The Turf. COWRA H.A.C.B. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Sporting. The Turf. OOWRA H A.O.B. RACES. Following are the Weights for the two principal events to be run on Wednesday, March 15th : HIBERNIAN HANDICAP. Aragain ... The Vanquisher UrOnim ... Blue Belt ... Adnor ... Marvel Lawn Gain Survivor ... . st. lb. 9 5 9 3 8 12 ' 8 4. 8 2 8 2 7 9 6 7 ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP. Aragain * ... The Vanquisher Uronim Marvel Lawn Keen Gain Breakaway... st. lb. 9 5 9 3 8 12 8 5 7 10 7 9 6 7 Accepfcancas due Monday night, March 13th, at 8 p.m.'; general entries close at same time.
Police Court. MONDAY. (Before Mr. Treatt, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Police Court MONDAY. (Before"Mr. TrcaU, P.M.) i Joseph Reilly was fined 5s, in de fault" 48 hours gaol for drunkenness, 1 and John Pressick was mulct in 10s or 7 days gaol for being druuk and disorderly. George Goss was fined 5s or 48 hours gaol for drunkenness at , Koorawatha; and for cruelly ill treating a horse by tying it up all day without water at Koorawatha, he was fined £3, in default 1 month gaol, WEDNESDAY. Louis Gulland (agent for Benjamin James Blazley) v. John Beckett. Overholding tonanoy. Mr. Gilcreest for complainant. Defendant said ho did not dispute complainant's right, but asked for a few day's grace. Possession to be given by March 16th. Costs 27a, in default 14 days gaol. y Fill DAY. (Before Mr. J. T, West, J.P.) James Murphy, alias James DaviB. Behaving in an,indecent manner.' Finod £8, in dofftnlt one month in Young gftol.
American Meat Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
American Meat Trust. There was a report current thac the Dubbo ami NVarrigal Meat Works are under the eye of the American Beef Trust, and some visiting politicians on Wednesday made some inquiries in regard thereto. As to the truth lof the rumor, nothing autheitic can b« gathnred. Mr. U. Hearne, manager of the Dubbo Works, however, scou's the idea, and says that ai far as he knows there are no negotiations in this respect.
Mr. J. Byrnes Promoted. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Mr. J. Byrnes Promoted. Mr. Jack Byrnes, who lias boon on tho staff of tho local branch of tho Union Bank for some tiuio past, received notice yestor day of his promotion to hoad office, and will leavo for his now homo to-day. We join with '* Jack's " many frionds in wish ing him every success and continued pre ferment in tho staff of tho largo financial institution to which ho is attached. Dur ing his stay lioro our young friond proved liimsolf a fair oxpouont of cricket and tennis, and tho Olympians will miss him vory much in tl.eir games. If you do iiot think our Tailorod roady-to-woar suits, or trousers sepa rately. aro quito good enough for your vory best (but a!l tho samo wo think thoy aro) they will do for your socond b«sfc, and wo will malco your boat suit or trousers to tho fraction of an inch, and with a degree of porfoction soldotn equalled in tailoring. Our tailors have a cutter who gives a '? sit" with a fit, and that smart distinctiveness that bo longs only to skilful ...
THE BURGLAR'S OUTFIT. SOME REMARKABLE TOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
THE BURGLAR'S OUTFIT. SOME REMARKABLE TOOLS. One of the "exhibits" produced at the Guildhall police court yesterday was a cylinder of oxygen gas, with pressure gauge, that had been found at No. 9, Exchange-buildings (says the "Daily Telegraph" of December 30.) Informa tion given to the police by Mr E. M. Roberts, concerning these two articles hag been of great value, and to a rep resentative of "The Daily Telegraph" last night he was able to describe their history before they came into the hands of the burglars. It will be remem bered that the City Police headquarters at Old Jewry issued a full description of the cylinder on Wednesday night, and urged all who might have any knowledge of it to at once communicate with them. On the dial of the pres sure-gauge was a number and the name of a firm -with which Mr Roberts is connected. ' This is an ordinary ap paratus, something like a housemaid's clock, and registers the amount of gas the cylinder contains. Mr Roberts remembered that he h...
Only. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Only. As 0 i8U Traders in Men s Wear ONLY wo should be able to suit you well. You want good lasting qua'ity (whether for hard working or drosa) at a reasanablo price. Our cash trudiog makes it e s/for us to give you thia. See (ho values in our window; You will also foel at home shop ping iti a Moil's Shop, G. Hor/iiifaKB & Co., Cash Traders in Men's Weir ONLY. nnxt door to Cropley's Boot Store, Cowra *
THE LAIRD AND HIS MAN. HE FORGOT TO MENTION THAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
THE lAIltD AND HIS MAN. HE FORGOT TO MENTION THAT! The following up of a report is often . as unprofitable as the search for the end of the rainbow, or.the childish at tempt to scoop the moon .up from a roadside puddle. It; is; however,, a' satisfying exercise, of na'ural instincts on the part of born \hunters. In "Itaiderlnnd" S. It. Crokkett gives an insitance of this readiness .to.,take iiip; a" clew and follow it to": the. end; . . A South country laird, with:: his.r-.man John, wore passing a hole in the moor,: when the laird turned his thumb over his shoulder and said: "John, I saw a tod (fox) gang i:i there!" "Did ye, indeed, laird?" cried John, all-his hunting blood instantly on-Are. "Ride ye your lane to toon; I'll howk the craitur-oot!" ' Back went John for pick and spade, ; having first, . of; .course, slopped the . earth. . The laird rode his way, and all day ' was foregathering with the cronies at the market town-a business in. which his henchman would ably and very will...
HOMELY FARE. SEASONABLE PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
HOMEIiY PARE. SEASONABLE PUDDINGS. Some very nice light puddings, suit I able for for the season, will be found among the recipes this week. Tomatoes are very plentiful, just now, 1 and as I have had many inquiries about tomato sauce, I describe a well tried method of making it. Many people seem unable to ripen their tomatoes completely, and these persist in asking how to make green tomato pickle. Without strongly re commending tlie preparation on my own account, I yield to the general desire and repeat the recipe. Lemon Pudding:-Beat up the yolks of two eggs, add the grated rind and juice of two lemons, 4 tablespoons sug ar, 2 tablespoons of.':, maizena, and 1 tablespoon butter. Put on the fire 1% pints water and when near boiling | and everything except the maizena, I which is mixed with a little cold water and put in last. Boil Cor ten minutes, put in glass dish, heat up whites of eggs with three'tablespoons sugar, and . put on top. Alexandra Pudding-Line a piedish with a thick l...
WIT & HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
WIT & HUMOR. r>?on your husband at ineT mT Tiy- ?'°ees: What is ho do Blrl" ®*°see: E be a doin' six months, pe^ole^ni-n f^n, at a glance what other diMereeabln ihi'f 0t. Phyllis; How very uiaagreeablo that must bo for you, dear!" : 1 &lt;5oal* Baw sometbin' die- mornin' \?C R= = you do seom to have difficulty ia catching bnT»CoarChM,r : ,ToTm>'. you should havo known Tommv " 1 ? 8 wU,h that Williams boy. £& lick i(mn0W' ma ami but 1 "»^t l Mrs Benham (between the acts) : "Where hTntu°U fB0l,nS;" Benham : "Out for a .alr- V M.rs Benham : "You do tako such long breaths, lera'nD,MntiiV!.llVVC0 do,Gooseberries have any /??^L Motbor . No, dearie. Why? Winnio (with emotion) : Well, then muvvcr, I must havo swallowed a caterpillar. J08 ^0 cynical uncle's advice to liH a T nephew; "My boy. never run aflor n 1 ^ ? bus-there will bo another one . along in a minute or two." Jl?!"8'? What wo maintain is that Wnn «i"Sl,V0Uld.,Rot meu's wages. Voter : mv Uirt . do' ...
A Bad Taste in the Mouth [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
A Bad Taste in the Mouth It is anything hat ploasant to awaka with a bad taste iu the month. This al ways arises from a disordered stoinack, and may be corrected by taking a close of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets ! immediately after supper. They cleanse i And invigorate the stomach improve the digestion and give otto a rolish for his food. They are easy to t iko and pleasant ' in eil'eut. I
A New Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
A New Firm. To Messrs. Peell an! Co., who have taken over Messrs. L Edgley and Co's. Cowra businoss we extend a hearty wolcomo, whilst reluctantly bidding farewell to the latter firm, whose estab lishment has become to be regarded as quito one of our institutions. The members of the new firm come to us from CofTs Harbour with an excellent reputation for fair and squaro dealing, consequently wo can with confidence assure them of a fair share of public support.
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them ? If you aro not a bootmaker yon can't. Good boots embody something more han style and finish. It's the material you want, and it must be mule up by &lt;,'oad workmanship. All WAMCOM BROS' B .ots aro thoroughly examined by a first c ass Bootmaker bef ire they aro put on our Shelves for »alo. Wo also pay attention to style and comfort. Put quality with prico before buying elsewhere.*
The Three Nationalities. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
The Three Nationalities. Mrs. Barton tells a good yarn about an Englishman, Irishman, and Scotch man. Tho three gentlemen, travelling together, . brought up tho question of the different nationalities, when the Englishman turnod to tho Scotchman and said " Wellj Sandy, if you weren't a Scotchman, what would you like to bo ?" " Well," said Sandy, " I'd like to be an Englishman." Tho same question was asked tho Englishman, who replied " I'd liko to bo a Scotchman." Sandy then turned to Pat, and asked him what ho would liko to bsi if ho weren't an Irishman. " Well," said Pat, scratch ing his huad, " If I wasn't an Irishman I'd bo ashamed of niysnlf."
The Cowra Free Press USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, MARCH. 11, 1911. The Referenda. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
03R SOFT WORDS AND HAltD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, MARCH. II, 1911. The Referenda. Are we, the people of New South Wales, prepared to surrender the rights and privileges in relation t> Home Rule we now enjoy nnder the liberal constitution ? is the question the electors will shortly be called upon to decide. While the State has power to legislate with regard to monopolies and industrial matters there is reallv nothing to be gained by extending the powers of the Commonwealth Parlia ment, and this we feel sure will bj the coiumonsense verdict of the ballot box. This should net be treated as a party question, and we feel sure that the effort that ia being put forth by certain sections of political thought in that direction muat fail. Loyalty to our .state must override all party consider ations, hence the men or women who blindly ciose their eyes to the sacrifices the State under the proposed new regime will be called upon to make must be regarded as oblivious to the best interests of .ou...
OLD STOCKINGS. HOW TO TURN THEM TO USE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
OliO STOCKINGS. HOW TO TURN THEM TO USE. ' Don't throw away old stockings. H is the most natural thing for a wit* and mother in this day of cheap hos lery to toss them aside, and thus mis; the opportunity of utilising them latel for housekeeping and other devices. Bui If there is a little girl in the familj who Is deft with fingers and needle, she can contribute largely to the household conveniences if given a few simple di rections. The flrst thing is to cut the foot off just above the heel, or, it the seam ii parting above this point, cut the lei oft until the seam ceases to break. Then split the leg at the seam, sew twe legs of the same size together in th«, form of a bag, turn them inside out anc then turn 'in, whip the end so that , there will be. no raw edges, and yoi' have the best of piano and furiture pol ishers. Stockings are so soft and easih cleaned that they also make fine sink or lamp cloths. Four or five pairs sewed into long strips and slipped through the mop will ma...