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P., A. & H. Association [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
P., A. & H. Association Tho poll in connection with the above closed on Thursday, when it was found that the following had been elected: Jas. Smith W. A. O'Neil J 0 Ryall Wm. Bill J. H. Morell James Miller P. Delaney E, S. Twigg U. W. Muggridge P. j. L. Dunlop ;. Richard Bourke G-. H. Wright Dr. H. McLaren John Ohivers G\ L. Sutton J. J. Audcrson J. Whiteman 0 K Rose C Matheson Jno Alfoi'd Wo were unable to secure the de tails of the figures secured by the various candidates-a most unusual proceeding-but we gleaned that Messrs Cr L Sutton and J J Anderson topped the poll with 100 votes each.
Morongla Creek. (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Morongla Creek. - i (From, our own Correspondent). The Hall Committee intend holding I a grand social on Friday, 2lsfc April, and the same promises to be aB sue- ' cessfal as previous ones held nuder the auspices of this body. After a few sultry days and nights there was a much appreciated change on Tuesday night A heavy thunder storm came up abont midnight, and it rained almost incessantly till a lale hour on Wednesday morning. The atternoon was also stormy, with further heavy rain and hail. Some of the latter ' were extremely largo jugged lumps of ice. Altogether over two inches of rain were regis tered. The storms were accompanied by deafening peals of thunder. It is to bo hoped that the rain will havei the affect of exterminating the grass hopper pest, as in parts of the locality those insects are playing havoc with the grass, etc. Mosquitoes are a sourse of great annoyaaco at present especially to residents in the vicinity of the creek. Mrs. A. A. Marks is at time of writing il...
Cowra Presbytery. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Cowra Presbytery, On Wednesday the Presbytery of Young visited Oowra Presbyterian Church for the purpose of making one of 'its periodic enquiries into the organisations and work in the Oowra Charge. Revs. J. Goudie. of JBurrowa, and W Powell, of Murrumburrab, met. with the Session at 3 p.m., the Com mi tie of Management at &lt;1 p.m., and the congregation at S p m. The following is an extract from the verdict read by Mr. Goudie to the [ congregation :- I "The Presbytery examined and ' found the records to be carefully kept, also, it is pleased to learn that the ordinances and various organisations connected with the Parish are being maiutained so efficiently without re sort to extraneous methods, but by I direct giving. The Presbytery is glad to notice that the building of a l-eouti ful and commodious Church lias been commenced. and when completed hopes that by regular attendance of members and adhi-rents, and the blessing of . God's word, it may prove a spiritual ' influenc...
BENEFIT OF A FRUIT DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
BENEFIT OF A FRUIT DIET. _ Of nil forms of diets 110110 nro so cura tivo «b fruits, and of these probably tho apple is king. A French physician has lately discovered that, tho bacillus of ty phoid lives but a short tiino in applo juico. Of fruits, generally as remedial agents, it may bo said that sloes contain pho6phate6 which are of benefit for blood lessuess and brain fag; mulberries, cher ries, and strawberries relieve gout and rheumatism ; gooseberries correct tho ill oft'eets of too rich foods; and red and white currautfi purify the blood. Baked bananas are auiong tho most easily-diges ted foods. Medicinal science nowadays, instead of prescribing drugs to keep the body ill health, recommends fruit. Peo ple who make a practice of eating oranges ufc every meal will find themselves free from pimpled and other comploxion dis figurements. Apples, cither raw or ?iiii ? i i~I inn iiim i mil i i mi i ' I baked, should be eaten first tiling in the morning, when they will be discovered t...
THE UNEXPECTED AT SEA [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
THE UNEXPECTED AT SEA An occurrence recently reported draws attention to unexpected, as distinct from "legitimate" dangcrB of the sea. Tlio Harrison Lino steamer, " Barrister," landed a seaman at Liverpool, whom slio had rescued off the coast, of Florida, clinging to a plank. It appeared" that ho and others had been carried away from the coast in., a small craft, and wrecked in a storm. Tlio' man in question suc ceeded in getting hold of a, drifting, plank. On this ho tossed about for four-, teen hours, when lie waB picked up by the vessel above ? named. This is an in stance of tlio unexpected in marine dis asters. In the Nick of Time, Another remarkable caso was tha£ of tho "Carmen," a Spanish brigantine, which r?c.ontiy left, the port of Oartaya, and never returned. One Sunday even ing, the weather being boisterous, tho vessel suddenly " turned_turtle," fling ing the whole of the crew into tho boil ing sea. In tho turmoil which ensued, threo of the crew contrived to get hold of a ...
Telegraphic Sydney, Friday. THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Telegraphic . Sydney, Friday. THE MARKETS. Wheab 3/2 to 3/2J ; Chick at auction, 3/6 to 2/U4 ; Chad, 3/6 to 4/5. Wheat from Davis Bros., Gowra, 2/8 j ; Chaff (wheaten) 3/3 to 4/5, (oaten) 3/6 to 4/5. THE MISSING- MANIFESTO. Postmaster-General Thomas proposes to hold a departmental inquiry into the temporary disappearance of the Federal Government's Referenda manifesto. MELBOURNE TELEPHONISTS. The Postmaster General says that such a large per centage of the Melbourne tele phonists have developed scruples apainst working on i-undays, that either the Ex change will have to be closed or more operators consent co put in an appearance. London. The Papal decree regarding . mixed marriages is said to have enormously, in creased the dread of Home Rule among Irish Protestants. An avalanche at Artivin, In Russian Armenia, overwhelmed a building, killing 19, and injured 70 workmen. The mobolisation of American troops on the Mexican frontier, among other things is due, possibly, to President Dio...
THE GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAU. A Live Institution. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
THE GOVERNMENT TOURIST , BUREAU. I A Live Institution. EVEB since its inception, about six years ago, when it at once proved to be a xnost popular institution, the Government Tourist Bureau has grown in usefulness and popularity. At is a valuable asset, its influences are far-roaching, ana its functions various. In the Bureau comploto in formation concerning all the recognised tourist resorts of the State is tabulated ana made readily availablo to all in quirers. Any visitor or local resident may walk into tho office at Challis 11 s° f'-fia, in ti few momonts, receive a carefully-prepared itinerary givinc full particulars of his projected tour to any part of the Stato, with times, rates, hotola, and all essential details. Abroad, the liuroau soeka to attract tho tourist and pleasure seeker to tho btato;throughout the Australian States cordial invitation is oxtended, and at tractive information is given to tho public to induco them to travel to this Sstato and visit its ronowned beau...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
BOSKER RABBIT POISON, f Re "Bosher," I am pleased to be able § .to inform you that the rabbits took i the baits very'freely, and the result J was all that could be desired. ? I am now using about a oast a I week, working three oarts. ^ S ERNEST U. BOWMAN, £ Wafgundy, G'tlgong. jr Elliott Bras,, Ltd., Sydney. ' f ? ,;,On Sunday morning Rev. Carus Oaton will preach at St. John's, basing his remarks on " The second .^prd from the Gross," and the observance, of Lent. SORE EYES! MORRIS'S IMPERIAL EYE OINTMENT Hands unrivalled in llie relief and astonishingly rapid Cure of ell ailments to prevalent at this season of tlie year. Dust, lieat, fli«, exposure to lieot or cold, smote from bu.-h " fires, file., bring in tlieir train much suffering; .and etery household would do well to pro care a supply immediately from the nearest chemist or store. A tilde rubbed on the eyelids keeps off flies, mosquilos and oilier . pelts. _ This should be noted by our readers, x and this time-honored remedy k...
An Infamous Crime. Ella Caspers and a Foreign Adventurer WAS AUSTRALIA'S SWEET SINGER HYPNOTISED. London, March 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
An Infamous Crime. Ella Caspers and a Foreign Adventurer WAS AUSTRALIA'S SWEE^ SINGER HYPNOTISED. ' London, March 2nd. "At (he Central Criminal Court to-day Felix Ogilvie, alias Bradley, was found euilty of bigamy in marrryiug Miss Ella Caspers, his first wife being then alive, and was sentenced to 10 years penal servitude Ogilvie was arrcxto J in London a week ago. He was married oa January 7th under tbe name of Bradley." It would njjpcur f.-om l.:tter« teat wore written by a well known Australian in Lon don to a Sydney friead during the month nf January, that the cruel aud oriminal trap ping _ of Miss Ella (Jaspers into a luouk marriage was surrounded by oiroumstances of grave doubt and well founded suspicion. The writer, a clear-sighted' and keenly, observant lady, expressed the opinion a. week before tbo marriage, which was. sr ranged by the bigamist, that the young con 'tralto. had .lost her will power ..under hypnotic influence. " . "When Ella Caspera introduced me to Bradley,...
Dr. Camidge Jubilee. Commemoration Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Dr. Camidge Jubilee. Commemoration Fund. 'The - Yen; -- Archdeacon: Howell, of Blaynoy, one of the. organising sec , retaries in connection with the above fund, visited Cowra during the week and will continue in the parish for a little while with'theobject of impressing upon the members of the Episcopalian body here a sense of their obligations and responsibilities' in respect to their . Church and their Bishop. . Briefly the ?. rev. gentleman is touring, the diocese, , in compliance with a resolution - passed at the last Diocesan Synod, with the object (firstly) of endeavouring to augment the Bishopric Endowment; ? (secondly) to provide means for the training of ecclesiastical students, with a ? view to meeting the growing require ments of the diocese; and (thirdly) to revive an interest in the Diocesan Church Society., The Bishopric En . dowment is given prominence in the .movement very properly, for the follow ing reasonsThe invested fuuds, which originally produced a revenue of ...
"A CITY ON STILTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
"A CITY ON STILTS. Thero is. iin old saying that , one some times "cannot see tho forest tor trees:" Tlioro JS one tauwus city in J£urope, how-, ever, where the visitor cannot see tho for est loi houses. 'JLlio curious thing about this forest1 is that it is. underground, or. rather ."under mud and,v water; .111 .>,tact,. tlus> mighty . '/forest" supports the G'ltyol Amster dam 111 tho loim of piles. r. Writing ni the '"Wide-"World Maga zine, Mr. Oliver James gives a very in torestingxaccount of fthis: curiously-built . city.:,v 'iiie site, on-which it is built .*»».&lt; L: originally > a peat bog ; and all its build ings: ,to;.this day, rest. upon, piles driven ? -,-froni zO ieet to 00 feet through a mass of ?.loose sand.and mud, until thoy roach a: ,hrm stratum of clay. -? It uiything, therefore, happened- to detach the semi-liquid material-ra flood, ; tor instance-this city of half a million inhabitants would stand revealed, perch ed 011 stilts some '10ft. in the ...
FOSTER FRASER FURIOUS Why He Refuses to Lecture on the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
' FOSTER FRAS^R FURIOUS Why He Refuses to Lecturo on tWo Commonwealth. In ivletter to "The*-Ar^s3>Mtelbourne, Mr. John-Foster Frasor> ,yho some time since visited Australia : iind/ wrote about us, .tells why he'1 will not, as'he hoped to do, speak publicly onl behalf-tiif Austra , li'a. This letter b'earr I)eceniber 20, , and is as follows :-r"I .anf roceiving many kind letters from Australia 'in regard to a-recent-book of mine, 'Australia': The Making of , a Nation'.' The, most,frequent roquest- made is that I should see my way to lcotiu'e in Great Britain, and get the British ipeople to understand .what u grand country-Australia is. I realise the ignorance which prevails hero, and know that nine out of every ten persons think Australia is » drought-strickeri region, which' produces indifferent mutton. Error dies hard. All the Government pamphlets issued to attract immigrants are eyed with suspicion, and after-dinner 'Hi-lii-just-look-at-our-show' speeches by High Commissione...
A REMARKABLE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
A REMARKABLE APPLE. ."What is claimcd to be a record in appltvgrowiiijr is accredited Mr. J. "Win ters, of Bollingen, who Tias grown an apple of the Lord Nelson variety measur ing lSJin. in circumference, jiwl weigh ing 2-toy.. It i« stated an applo ineasuriiis l lin. and weighing Mo/.., grown by a or chaidist in EngianilV was claimed to bo ..tho largest ever produced, no Mr. Win ters' can easily beat tliat-."
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Football. The annual meeting of the " Wara t%h" B olnb took place afc Mitchell's refreshment rooms on Wednesday evening, when there was a fair at tendance. Mr. E. Ryall occapied the chair. The minutes were read and con firmed. Mr. Allan Gray was elected hon. sec. and hon. treas., on the motion of Messrs. A. Saddler and E. Dowel!. The subscription fee was fixed at 3/-, on the motion of Messrs: A. Saddler and G. Peters. Selection committee-Messrs. E. Dowel 1, A. Saddler, and E. Ryall. Captain-Mr. G. Peters. Vice-captain-Mr. A. Saddlor. Committee-Messrs. E. Dowell, A. Saddler, G. Peters, E. Dawson, H. Suddlor, D. McKay, E. Ryall, F. Jones, A. Brammall, L. Hyams, and A. Gray. It was decided that black trousers be worn by all players instead of white. Tho olnb will in future ba known as tho " Wanderers." . This concluded the business.
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Federal Correspond dence. Mr. T. Brown, M.P., furnishes the follow ing copies of Departmental correspon dence: POST OFFICE BUILDINGS. , Sir,-I have had compiled from the Home Affairs Digest a schodule showing the state of some of the more important works being carried out by this Depart ment in your electorate and am forwarding same for your information.' This does not include works under J270. I have sent a request to the Minister for Public Works in your State, asking that the works being ? carried out by his Department on behalf of the Commonwealth be expedited as much as possible. Mauildra Post Office-.£500 authorised. Tenders returnable 16th March, 1911. Woodstock Post Office-Date of com pletion 20th April, 1911. Koorawatha Post Office-Tenders adver tised 22 12/'10. Tenders returnable 20th I March, 1911. Yours faithfully, Kino O'MALLET, De partment of Homo Affairs, Melbourne. WESTVILLE POST OFFICE HOLIDAY. Sir,-I have to intimate that the Post mistress at Westville has been gra...
A CENTRAL OTAGO TRAVELLER [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
A CENTRAL OTAGU'R'KAVELLEII " L^ii' the last twenty years I twvo boan trnvelliii" Central Otagu Gold Fields." writes Mr. George 'Mitchell, who repre sents Messrs. MacKerras and Hnzlo'.t, of Dunedin, N.Z. "Invariably every yaar I have been seized with an uttack of what is known here as the Gold Field's Colic. I have always used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after one or two doses the trouble h*s dis appeared. I recommend it most strongly to thoso who suffer from this serious com* plaint " Sold everywhere.
Disastarous Fires. BIG BLAZE AT MURRUMBURRAH. Murrumburrah, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Disastarous Fires, JBIG BLAZE AT- MURRUMBURRAH. Murruraburrah, Friday. A fire occurred in the business portion of Murrurnburrah this morning, and within threa hoars five buildings were destroyed including- . ' LAZZARINI'S STORE SIGNAL NEWSPAPER OFFICE MISS SMITH'S CONFECTIONER AND FRUITERER . [ BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES . Owing to the. lacK of a-fire brigade little could be done to check the flames. I The loss is estimated at four thousand | pouuda. The cause of the outbreak is ! unknown.
Representatives at the Coronation. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
Representatives at the Coron ation. - As stated ? in'our Bombala correspon dence last week, Bombala is to bo re presented at the Coronation. Mr. L. Minehan has received S letter from Mr. Alfred Neave, who is taking home a company of bush artists,'asking hira to be the representative machine shearer for Australia. The company will con sist of eight of the . b^st riders in the Commonwealth, two-ia'dy :ridera, one machine and onie^nd shearer, and two axemen. Mr. ^ihelis^iifS's'selected by the conference of ^^^^tralian\' Wor ker's Union. . He iw^Bffered £4 per week and a return ticket) to ijondon and will be required .to shear 15 or 20 sheep a day, except' in. competitions. Mr. Neave says ho is. prepared to back Mr. Minehan to uphold the reputation of the Commonwealth as the fastest shearer in the world, :arid he will be offered special inducements to make-it worth his while. The show will run for six months in Lodon.-Twofold Bay " Magnet."
You Should Bear in Mind [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 March 1911
You Should Bear in Mind ? That by using the commercial, eucalyptus oil which is now bought up at 61 per lb. | weight and bottleil, and on account of the large profit pushed; you are exposing your-, self to all the dangera to which the use of turpentine will expose you ; irritation of kidneys, intestin_al tract .'ind mucous mem branes. " By insisting'on the GENUINE | EUCALYPTI EXTRACT you not only I avoid tnese pitfalls, buty u have a stimu lant, safe and effective medicament, the ' result of a special and careful manufac ture. A trial- will at once convince. Quality in small doses distinguishes it from the bulky and d«n»erous products. Remember.-SANDER'S EXTRACT embodies the result of 50 years experience and of special study and it does what is promised ; it heals and cures without in juring the constitution, a3 the oils and so called extracts on the - market frequently do. Therefore protect yourself by reject ing other brands. SANDKK'S EXTRACT possesses curatire powers peculiarly i...