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Just a Reminder [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
Just a Reminder Leso you forget, to support local indus try, by always asking your grocer for our soup. Don't b! put oil' 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 law ? Was anythiag so absurd ever heard of. You would not do it for other lines then why for soap?*
You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
You See Them ? If yon arc not a bootmaker you can't. . Good boots embody something more than | style and liuish. It's tlio material yon want, and it must be made up by good workmanship. All WALKOM Buos' Bjofcs are thoroughly examined by a lir.«t c'ass Bootmaker before they aro put on our shelves for tale. Wo also pay Attention to styl6 and-catiifort, . l'ut qualify tvHIi j>riCG boforo buying 6lsowliere.* ....
Only. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
Only. As dish Traders in Men's Wo-ar ONLY wo should ba abla to suit you well. You want good lusting ijua'ifcy (whether for : hard working or dresa) at a reasonable ; price. Our caab trading makes ito:syfor us to aive you this. See tho values m our i window. You will nlao feel at home shop- ] ping iu a MYti's Shop. G. BOLIINGER & I Co , Cash Tradera in .Men's Wear ONLY. | next door to Cropley's Iloot Store, Cowra * 1
BEEKEEPER. MARKETING HONEY. SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
BEEKEEPER. I MARKETING IIOXEY. SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS. A matter of Importance which bee- . keepers have to consider during the honey season is the best methods to adopt in preparing the lioney for mar ket. It i3 here (says a writer in a Sn'K'i | Austranian exchange)' that the bee keeper with an aptitude for business comes to the front, and disposes of his produce readily; He realises that steady, continuous sales depend on the production of an even quality i £ honey, packed In the best, possible, fashion, ! which can be passed on for human con- ' sumption with a minimum amount of labor on the part of the retailer. In these days, of strenuous competition, preparation is a very essential point to provide a first-class article in a clean, attractive receptacle. When it meets the eye of the purchaser its ap- ! pearance creates a good impression, j which is. further enhanced when the con- j tents are In accord with the-external j embellishments. To market honey in ' secondhand tins (says...
BRONCHIAL TROUBLES OF POULTRY. THE BREATHING ORGANS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
BIlONCHIArj TROUBLES rOULTlti*. THE BREATHING ORGANS. As the continuous spell of rainy and muggy weather experienced during the past few weeks may affect poultry to a-considerable extent by colds, catarrh, lung and breathing: troubles, the fol lowing information may be useful to our readers: "WTien n fowl is In perfect'health, as It breathes, the "Inspired" dllgentcrlng through he nusitfls passes down the winds)!,"*- the end of wh^ch t\w> tubos branch', out forkv.-ir.c. These arc the brt*wch):7i. iufec, ot which (suys a writer In ihe"Xcw Jical.mdi!r Farmer^) more will be said presently. Now, suppose a '.mm! S nostril3 are stopped up by a oat airl-nl «t.«o?i?.rse, dun tc cold or roup. *n t'*.»t caso, obv!ou-i!7, It einnot l'h T-''-' 4throujj-ii t!se nost;.-.'-3 u-i Nature intended it should;> but the lungs must "'Lave alr, an'i-so it e.iifrrs via the mouth, :at .the bacK^of which ;r.ay be Keen the' glottis, or slit-like entrance to the wlnl pipe. The reason that Nature intends ...
AUTOMATIC GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
AUTOMATIC GATE. This illustration shows a useful au tomatic shutting srate. Weights serve the purpose of springs and ensure the gate being kept shut,- for when the'lat ter, Is opened and then released the weight pulls it back and keeps it closed. Besides being used upon garden gates, Uilst device, is often adopted when a public footpath .crosses a field in which cattle and. hprses^dre : grazing, so that when careless 'people go- through who would not otherwise shut the gate,, it shuts , o£ Its .omi'^accord. The weight put en is usually »'h^avy one, and this weight closes the -gate tightly, so that animals, seeing no gap "which would suggest a' means of escape, make no attempt to push it open.
Notes and Notions. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
Notes and Notions. St. Patrick's Day yestorday Three Masses were cslebrated at St..Raphael's. The local. cyclist, E. Dowell, won the double at Bathurst on Wednesday. Lyceum Pictures on Tuesday. All new films ! Rev. Carus Caton will baso his sermon on Mmday noxt on the "Third Word from the Cross." Constable J. H. Pye has been transferred from Rockloy to Bathurst. Koorawatha tennis players meot the Olympians on 25th instant. Women's ailments and irregularities cured by NEMIA TONIC. Take it after meals. Don't forget the Progressive Euchre Party at the Centennial Hall on Monday evenicg in aid of tlio Cowra O.C. funds. Gome of tins very latest at the Lyceam Pictures on Tuesday.
POULTRY. THE MOULTING PROCESS. TREATMENT AND FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
PGOLTRY. ' \ i J" THE MOULTING PKOOJESS. TREATMENT AND FEEDING. As the process of moulting has a con siderable Influence on" the profit derived from poultry the following advice from a writer in a South Australian exchange may be useful to our readers. He says : " In some yards the-moult has already commenced, and It is now that a cer -taln amount of care may be necessary. The moulting birds should be-given a shady spot, and a dust heap damped down with water on hot days, so that they, may dig into it and cool their bodies against the damp earth. A little suet, or linseed, boiled and added to the mash will help materially. A pinch of common table salt with the mash has the effect of preventing feather pick ing, so prevalent at this period. Plenty of green feed Is necessary, fed in a crisp, Dool state. Bear in mind.that the moult ing birds are seasick artd feverish generally, and may need a little extra attention. A packet of Epsom salts to 25 birds mixed in the drinking water once o...
"THE ONLY INVASION." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
, J "THE OXLV TN VAST ON." I [ In sentencing a Dane named Carl I Christensen, who had pleaded guilty i tc* petty tliefts, "JH" Hedderwick at ' North London yesterday. " (saj's the i "Daily jNews!' on December."27), said .that the. prisoner- had,- abused the . hospitality of this .-country and proved himself an undesirable resident. Some paoole,. added-the magistrate, were ter ribly, afraid of an invasion of this country by the ? armed forces of an-, other country, but tho only fear .ve need ? liave was from an invasion of ' criminals. People like the prisoner .were just tho people wo. ... not want ?here." He should, therefore, scntenco 1'ie 'prisoner to a month's imprison-, "moot,- with l.-ml-. laljor, and recom mend him for deportation." .
RIPENING CHEESE. CANADIAN ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
RIPENING CHEESE. . CANADIAN.ADVICE. The Canadian bureau of animal in dustry recently issued a circular on the manufacture and curing of cheese. Fron it the following is taken:-The cheeses are, removed' to: the'first: ripening-room. Here thiy are placed on smooth boards upon shelves. The boards' are of the same size as the draining boards, but have a smooth) surface./The cheese re mains on tliese-boards.during the whole ripening period. v Gane bottoms are fre quently, used, and-are preferable to the i boards for thej»fo.Uowlng reason: When boards are rused the-molds are apt to grow into the; wood, causing the latter to slick so tenaciously, that on turning the cheese over the rind is torn off. On the other hand, :\vhen cane bottoms are used, the mold-can .grow more uni formly on:-both sides of the cheeses, and as they do not; stick to the bottoms so tenaciously, it is necessary to turn them but once or-twice in the first room, which reduccs the labor consider ably. The cheesesvrestin...
THE DAIRY. CONCRETE IN DAIRY PROTECTION AGAINST BACTERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
THE DAIRY. CONCRETE IN DAIRY PROTECTION AGAINST BACTERIA. Each year sees a greater necessity for improvement.-in dairying methods -to produce a milk which contains less bacteria . than formerly. . There is no subject of greater importance In this regard than that of the construc tion of the dairy buildings. Nowa days the use of concrete has become so generalthat every man is more or less familiar with it, and should have no difficulty on carrying out all the neces sary works on his property without employing, skilled labor. According to all dairy experts, the milking shed is the great breeding place for germs. The germs get in the wood of the walls, in the wood and cracks of the feed boxes-get into everywhere. But if one uses concrete the germs have no chance to nest. By using concrete for the floors, the troughs, and the stall partitions, you have gone a long way in securing a germ-proof milk. The following few directions for mixing concrete may be useful. Experience teaches after ...
The Referendums. Mr. Tom Brown, M.H.R., at Cowra. THE PROPOSALS EXPLAINED AND DEFENDED. (Continuecd from last issue.) SOME HIGH COURT DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
The Referendums. Mr. Tom Brown, at Cowra. THE PROPOSALS EXPLAINED AND DEFENDED. (ContinuecJ from last issue.) SOME HIGH COURT DECISIONS. Each subsection had founed the sub ject of a High' Court decision and a reference to these decisions would show the seriously restrictive veto placed on National powers to deal with the serious national problems involved. The High Courts locision in the Harvester appeal that whilst the National Parliament could give high protective and mono polistic privileges to the manufacturing interests it could do nothing to provide that thair advantages wete extended to industrial life and condition, nor could it provide against the consumers and users of goods thus protected and ad vantaged being penalised by the mono polistic conditions thus created. In the Trades Marks Act it was laid down that wheat employers could "trade mark" the production of era j ployees, the latter could not to distill | guish their work It was also laid down that a line of demarcat...
The Mrs. C. W. Bell Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
The Mrs. C, W. Bell Fund. _ Pursuant to advertisement a meet ing of the contributors to the above fund took place at the School of Arts , on Saturday afternoon, 11th instant, I when therd were present: Messrs. W.: Bill (in the chair) H. J. Brien, W. Young, L. Mclnnes, H. McKenney, 0. Bateman, W. H. Houliston, R. Stevenson, and W. P. Bcahan. Mr. Bealian (hon. sec.) read a number o£ communications from various Bonrces and reported generally regarding the fund. Re ferring to Mrs. Bell's position, he assured the meeting that that lady's total assets -would not realise more than £70, although he was aware that an impression prevailed she was in comfortable circumstances. Mr. Brien moved " That a detailed statement showing the contributions to the fund be published." Seconded by Mr. Mclnnes and i carried. . Proposed by Mr. Bill, seconded by Mr. Mclnnes, and carried " That each of the 35 residents to whom sub scription lists had been forwarded, and who had so far failed to respond, be advi...
Farmers' & Settlers Association. MORONGLA CREEK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
Farmers' & Settlers Association. MORONGLA CREEK BRANCH. The above branch of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association hold ita "annual . meeting on Saturday ,nigh\ 11th instant. The following members were present Messrs. J. Smallacombe (chair), F. Wright, R. C. Cameron, F. Dickson, G. Langfield, A.' O. Clark, A. Hines, H I Brown, W. B. Langfield, J. Thompson, I E. Houghton, W. Jenkins, and Phil, j Saywakor, jnr. . | Tge reading of the balance sheet and annual report were held ovor till uext meeting. For the ensuing year the following were elected office bearers : President-Mr. R. C. Cameron, senr.; Vice-president-Mr. Phil. Say waker, g jnr. ; hon. treasurer-Mr. A Hines ; hon. secretary-Mr.- A. O. Clark; committee-the whole of the members, seven to form a quorum. It is greatly to be regretted that the body is losing the services oE thoir late energetic secretary-Mr. F. Wright who is leaving the district Quiet and unassuming in his manner he was over a * capable and energetic wor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
A MAN'S WONDERFUL 0 LETTER. Hundreds of Living Wit nesses to theValu© of A Nerve Remedy. A GLIMPSE OF HOSPITAL LIFE FROM COROWA, N. S.WALES. It is not often the general publio has a chance of reading a letter like the one here published, but it gives a glimpse of human suffering in and out of hospitals. Mr. Patrick Downes was formerly a resident of Corowa,'N;S.W., andisnow of Rutherglen, Victoria, but he suffered as few suffer in this world,' and after long, periods , of -pain ho cured- himself by that great nerve and blood medicine, Clements Tonio. Let everyone read this remarkable letter. Surely all the world should read it, so that: humanity > may benefit. Mr. Downes writes. 13/10/09: Clements Tonic, Ltd. " With sincere thanks I write, hop ing you will be spared a long life with health- and prosperity to cure many sufferers with your valuable tonio as you have cured me. I have been a sufferer for two years with stomach trouble, spitting of'blood, unable to digest my food, caus...
GIRL'S LOVE. COMPELS FORGER TO SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
GIRL'S JL.OVE., COMPELS FORGER TO SURRENDER. Riding on the wings of the wind which; carried a blizzard on its bosom, little .Cupid made his way into the heart of a youthful fugitive from* justice, and, fanning there the dying embers of love, into' flame,??caused Robert G. Schwenek to surrender to Undersheriff Max j Leweck, afMilivaukec after having been chased Jover . the northern part of thg United States by detectives from Chi cago (said the. Chicago "Inter-Ocean" on December 3). 'Schwenck confessed that he,signed a friend's name to a cheque. The police declaro. he is guilty of other for-geries. Ho ifi 22 years of ago, and in love. The snowflakes which fell during the storm the other day wove themselves on the ground in a park in Milwaukee inlo a strange likeness to the face of a fair-haired girl In Chicago with whom the forger was in love. As they fell on his coal sleeves they seemed to spell out the letters of her name. It was Christmas a year ago that this bonny lass plighted h...
NOT AT HOME TO SANTA CLAUS. I.—MR GAOL, BIRD, ON PRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
NOT AT HOM k- ' ' ~ TO SANTA OUAUS. (By M.W. In the "Dally Express.") -MR GAOL, BIRD, ON PRISON. When the old fellow on the bench said, "Fourteen days," I nearly laughed outright In his face. "Why," says I to myself, "this will suit me very nicely; I'm sure of a good Christmas now." Christmas at home is all very well if home is a home; but give me a prison cell for peace and quiet. Of course, I hardly expected to find a. threepenny bit in my Christmas pudding. I knew it would only bo a waste of energy to trouble to hang up a stocking over my little bed. But at least in prison X have a pudding to eat and a stocking to wear. Rather a heavy pudding, no doubt, and a coarse kind of stocking, it may be. But still-a pudding and a stocking all the same. Now, there are some folk I know who have spent Christmas at home this year and have gone empty. .Empty cub board-empty bottle-empty stomach empty stocking. And some folks are troubled about their rent ,and whether the roof will keep out wate...
HOME OF PIGMIES "LITTLE DEVILS." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
HOME OF PIGMIES' "LITTLE DEVILS.' A nightmare story-a story oC hor rible creeping things, decaying, Grip- - ping jungle, and destroying fever is told in despatches from the British ex pedition which, under the leadership o£ Mr Good fellow, has been attempting for months past the apparently hopeles3 attempt to reach the great interior snow range in Dutch New Guinea (says the "Daily Express1). The lead er of the expedition is now on his way home, having been obliged by sickness to give up the quest. Writing at tha end of August from the British camp at Parimau, on the Upper Mimika River, one of the explorers says: "A climate hot, steamy, and un healthy. never varying more than 2a degs. Fahrenheit, night or day, win ter or summer. Sickness and disease rampant, and deaths the rule rather than the exception. Heavy rains and storms all the year round, hardly a day or night passing without a downpour; and during the so-called wet season June-September-incessant rain night and day, and in c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
c Martin House Furnl n MURRAY'S HALL HAVE for sale at Sydney Prices the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of FURNITURE, GLASS. CROCKERY WARE ia the country. - COME AND SEE IT ! Out-door Sales tohen Desired. AUCTION SALES ON THE PREMISES EVERY SATURDAY MASSEY HARRIS Grain & Fertiliser Drill. fl, 11, 13, IS, 17, in, Hoes or Discs This Season MASSEY HARRIS DRILL lb is light in draughti perfectly balanced, sows both grain and fertiliser evenly and regularly, ensuring" a grood ovon crop No other drill can do lb better-or quite AS well CATALOGUES FREE. MASSEY HARRIS CO., Ltd., HQ en EE K STREET, B RI3BANB^ The Bees* of Quality Btsik and Bottled, Brewed at Standard Brewery, Sydney. L THE BRANDS TO ASK FOR: King's Liqueur Whisky J. A. J. Nolet's Gin Balgowrie Whisky J. A. J. Nolet's Schnapps Dog's Head Stout (Guinness's) Clitelle's Brandy Austral Ale (Bass's) Club Jamaica Rum. . Toonep III., Ageists SMief. XMX M. EST X. "3T. "CORRaRE),' 4 Steinton Street .""minute from SURF. YACANC!ES...