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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
Magisterial Inquiry, An inquiry was bold at tho Court ] Houso, before Mr. J. T. West, J,P., J Coroner, on Monday,' touching the death o£ a man who was found dead i hanging from a tree at BeNevuo Park on Saturday last. Senior-Sergeant Ritchie deposed on Saturday morning last in consequence of something he was told by. a lad named Charlo3 Flotchor wont to a place in Bellevue Park, Oowra, in company with Constable Love; there saw the body, tho subject of this inquiry ; the body was hanging by the neck from a green , box tree, at a heijht of about 6 foot from the ground ; it was suspended by tho rope (produced); an ordinary clothes line the body was that of a man about j 5ft. Sins, high, and of medium build, i heavy grey moustache and grey beard clipped, and trimmed to a point; the body was fully dressed; tho deceased had evidently stood in the fork where the limb grow out of the tree, placed one double of the rop3 around his neck and fastened tho other end around tho tree ; deceased th...
The Last Braddon Payment. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
" The Last Braddon Payment. Under .'instruct! lis from the Prime Minister the Federal . Treasury .-on .. Friday handed over.ti tlio tates cheques repres enting £2,11)0,000, the lastpaymeut under the provisions of the Br:iddon clause. .The sum was divided as .follows:-New -South Wales. "£773,000 ; : Vivtoria, £020,000 j Queensland, Xi/0,000 ; West ? -Australia,? £...>.25 000; South ' Australi i, ? ilOO.OOO; Tasmania,. £80,000. As the .: Federal Goverqment is dating the .new 25s per head system -of. payinenc back to last Julyl, and as tint sys'eiuis much lower ilian tlio Uraddou rale, it lollows that for the next half .vear the piyments will be muuh loss.; As a matter of fact, of £3,267,500 due to the States for the year, at t'te mte of 25s par head, no loss than £1,014,770 has now Incn paid, leaving only £052,730 far the next six months. In oilier worda, of the year's payment of 2os per head, tlio States hive a'roady received 223 Id, leaving only 2s lid per ho id to come for the s...
Sale of a well-kaown Southern Property. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
Sale of a well-kaown Southern " . Property. ' >, Messrs. Badgery Bros., Sydnoy, in ' conjunction with Hain and Searight, re j port having sold on a/c of the Executors j of the lato 0. L. Badgery, the well . known " East Bloworing " Estate, near Tumut, comprising 0,707 acres freehold together with 10,100 acres Occupation | License, also 7.00 mixed cattle, horses, ; growing crops, household furniture, etc., ] on a " Walk in walk out " basis, the purchaser boing Mr. VV. W. Killen, of Barallan. This property embraces a ' largo area of rich agricultural flats ' already under cultivation.
Cowra Up-to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
Cowra Up to-Date. ID'S safe to say that Cowra is getting as I up-to-date as City in some line3. Tailor j ed ready to-wear clothes fur men. and i vouths are now available. G. Bollinger | and- Go., (next door co Cropley's boot ? store/speuialise in these, mens trousers at 10s lid in their window look like a 25s pair.. , A suit at 38s seems a £4 103 one. Tins extraordinary value is the result of cash trading strictly carried out by this firm.The smartness of the goods denote v tailoring of no mean order. We are iu , formed that almost any man or youth can ( step right into a splendid lit. The City t Post Card Depot braucli is at this store.*
Our Tailors. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
Oar Tailors. Of course you would like to luve-an idea how they could make you a suit, well, wlien you seic the smartness of their tailorcd-ready-to wear, clothing we have on sale-that v'si the co.its havo-that perhaps a tailored rendy-to wear ? roat lits you almost perfectly^-vou will: know then how perfectly you could be .fitted-by us making, for you to the fraction of an inch. We beleive our cutter is second to ; none in the Stuto. Our money-saving ' prices by mentis of cash trading will koep your.snit bill down. Should any inaccuracy ever occur in measuring ano'lijr suit will be made. The most fashionable materials .-always available. G. Bollinger and Co., Cowra (next door to Cropley's bo jt score) ?where the City I'oir Card Dapot branch lias been established *
Sale of Mercadool Station. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
Sale of Mercadool Station. John Bridge and Co., Ltd., (in con junction with the A.M.L and F. Co., Ltd.) report having sold to T. A. Field Esq., meat ox'porter of Sydney, the well known " Mercadool " Station near VYal gott, on account of C. W. Firebrace Esq., of London. Area about100,000 _acres freehold, O.P.O.L and leasehold, together .with about 40,000 sheop, cattle and horses, otc'., a "walk in walk out " sale, for cash. ? " Mercadool " has been in the hands of Mr. FirSbraco for 25 years, and is very favourably known as ono of tho picked stations of the North-wo3t, both for woolgrowing and fattening.
Ask a Doctor? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
Ask a Doctor? He will tell you a helmet hat is the hat for head protection iu this summer of ours We Sell a line of tiese at 0s 3d that has a shapeliness in appearance worth 10 s C.l. See our window -every article marked in plain figures. Our cash trading makes every article a friend to your pocket. Panam i hats Bollinger's special at 12s (id. This is a line usually sold at 21s. Only two dozsn left, so come early. Our silver coin shirts-two shillings and six pence-with still" cuif-s and collar bands -mind not rubbish- but another example of what cash trading will do. G. Bollinger and Co., cash traders (nexc door to Crop ley's boot store) Cowra-where the City Post Card Depot Branch is.*
City Post Card Depot. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
City Post Card Depot* A branch has bseri opened ao Cowra. G. Bellinger and Co.;'(next door to Crop ley's boot store) are the fortunate repres entatives. Stocks are now on sale. As the new crcatiom in these artistic -goods are put on the market in Sj-dney they will simultaneously be on sale at the Cowra depot.*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
THIS is a little "FEW DAYSFLUTTER " to give you the opportunity of securing a nicely TRIMMED HAT at a moderate price. We'd sootier see these HATS on your head than adorning the stands in our showroom. lhat'a why we have marked them at' Special Prices--- ? They are the modes of the month very stylish and different, in trimmings and design to each other and hats eUewheie. READY-TO-WI5ARS llURN? STR4W, trimmed with Velvet.;. NOW, YOU /THAT'S COME . WHAT AND WE P/IO.VE SAY I IT. All Reduced. 5s 6d to 9s lid 10s 6d VARIOUS SHAPES AND 'STYLES. - Prices from IO/6 to £2/2/-. The Store that Keeps the Prices Down. NBTW YEAR RESOLUTIONS! YOU MAKE THIS ONE s To always deal at E. R, E, ROBINS, the Mew Store, during: the coming year. You toill find you ean SAVE MONEY all round the shop Wishing You a Bright and Prosperous ...New Year... ?J The Up-to-date Storekeeper, Opp Imperial Hotel, -- Kendall-street, Cowra BRANCH STORES: Oootairiunilra. Oundagai, Temora, and Ariah Park. IMPORTANT I P. O'SIIM,...
Revenue Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
Revenue Returns. The consolidated revenuo for New South Walos during tho half-year in cluding £1,733,800 received from the Commonwealth amounted to £3,42G, 894=, as against £3,120,859 received during the same period of 1909, an in crease of £300,034. The bu:iness items, which included railways, ac counted for £3,135,520, aud tramways £G52,G53. During Docomber, the re venue proper totalled £1,08-4,885.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
Just a Reminder Lesc you forget, to support local indus try, by always asking your grocer for our soap. Don't be put off with high price city lines. Fancy paying ten shillings per case more for soap that only passes the j same standard as the local article by law 1 Was anything so absurd ever heard of. You would not do it for other lines then why for soap?* "KE^TING'S POWDEIl, destroys BUGS, FLE4S, MOTHS, BEETLES, nnd all other inserts, whilst | quite harmless to domestic nnimals. In extermina- ; ing Beetles the success of this pewder is extraord inary. It is perfectly clean in application. See our article you purchase is "HEATING'S," i.e. with the signature THOMAS KEATING on each tin, all imtatioi s are noxious and ineffectual. Sold In tins 9d and Is each by all chemists. After winning two races, and running a second at the Eugowra Jockey Club meet ing, Mr. J. O'Crien's Koy Wall, by Laun ceston, changed hands for ,£35. Mr. Kist, of Vyclian, being the purchaser. During a chopping co...
A Foot Policeman. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 January 1911
A Foot Policeman. Mr. YVaddell has received the follow ing communication from the ? Inspector General of Police, under date of 26tli December, with regard to a foot police man for Canowindra :-Replying to your note of the 14th instant, 1 beg to inform you that, after making some further inquiries regarding Ganowindra, I have decided to station a foot con stable thore, as desired by the residents.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
&lt;e BUSAOOTT'S SPECIALITIES FOR riON. FARM & DAIRY, GYGL0/1E STEEL TUBULAR GATES I I MP^1LLJJTJ .flJ.LElINES Fall in line with the METAL AGE. Made entirely of m»M aleel i tilling, galvanized wiro and malleable nuiags. FIRE PROOF AND UNBREAKABLE, Will mauufacturo any size gate required. Gates mado rabbit proof by attaching 30 xl|x17 wire uctting* - Ask for Catalogue No. 10. 10 x 4, complete with fittings, 22/6 F,0.8. Sydney. "Woalso manufacture "Cyclone" Steel Galvanized Droppers. These will fit any fencc-no 'special spacing required. 42 inch No. 6 g. cost 8/8 per 100-only a quarter of tbo cost of heavy iron droppers-so that tbey may be idaced at much more frcqueufc intervals of space* making a more effective fouco. Writ* for Special Catalogue. 3 The " DIABOLO" Cream Separator. The Latest and Best Dleo Separator made. In this now Separator, a number of improvements and Bpoclal feat ures liavo been introducod which ' aro not to "bo found in any other disc machine. It...
Koorawatha Wants. TO BE ATTENDED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
Koorawatha Wants. TO BE ATTENDED TO, At last meeting oi Ibo Burratigong Shire Council, the following mat(er3 were brought forward ! Cobrespohdekce. From W. r. Bragg, of Koorawatha, com plnining of the sta'o of tho road from II lunie to Koorawatha.-Beeeived, and re solred tuat tho engineer Bend maintenance jnon to attend to bad places. From Koorawatha Progress Association, complaining of the bad etato of portion of thfl road from Koorawatha towards Bong Bangoreek bridge, of [the road near tho railway gates and also o£ tho higb, unfenced embankment! on the western Bide of the Grenfell railway line.-Received and re ferred to the engineer for roport. From J. C. Foaee, of Koorawatha, asking for permission to build.-"Received end granted. KOORAWATHA Railway GATES. Councillor O'Connor brought before tho Council tho matter of tho inconvenience ctuacd to the publio by the looking of tho mil way gatei at Koorawatha from Saturday night till Monday morning. It was resolved that Councillor O'Con...
Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Treatt, P.M., and Mr. J. T. West, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
) Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Treatt, P.M., and Mr. J; T. West, J.P.) W. Noalo v. K. O'Loary. Claim, . horse hire, etc., £2 12s 6d. M.r, Gilcraest from plaintiff. Verdict for amount claimed and costs 12s. W. H.' Bougen v, G, C. Brown. Claim £4 4s Od, services as a Veterinary Surgeon; Mr. PhillipB for plaintiff. Mr. Mont gomerio for defendant. Verdict for amount claimed an9 casta 12s. Curator of Intostato Estates v. H. J. F. Peters. Costs diio to tlie lntov&« L. King for professional services, £2 2s Od. Mr. Gilcreest for plaintiff. Verdict for amount claimed and costs 4b 9d. M. Batty v. R. Alford. Claim, work and labour done, £0 15s Od. Mr. Montgomerie for plaintiff, Mr, Gilcreest for defendant. Verdict for amount claimed and costs £2 5s Od
Church notices. SUNDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
SUNDAY^ JANUARY 15. OHUKCH OF ENG-LAND. - Cowra every Sunday n't 8 a m Holy , Communion, 11 a m and 7.30 p in. (Man's Soryico 2nd' Sunday it 7.30 p m.) Connlry Oontres 1st Sunday-Noil* 11 a in, Morongla 3.15 p m, Upper Back Croelc 3.15 p m, 2nd Sunday-MorougW 11am lloly Com muuion,- Holmwood 3.30 p m, Wallaroo1! 3.15 p m 3rd Sunday-Neila (lira Boar's) 11am, Morongla 3.15 p ni, lower Baok Crock 3. l5 p m. Upper Back Creek 7 m. 4th Sunday-Holmwood 11 a m, Ho'y Communion, Lowor Back Crook 3 15 p m, Wattamondara 3.15 p in, Morongla 7 p ni. 6th Sunday-Uppor Back Crook 11 am, Holy Communion Lswcr Back Crook 3.15 poi, Morongla 3.15 p m. Bennetts Springs and .other Services by arrangomonb with the'Roctor. * Rev. A. J, Warduer, R.D* Rov. W. Carus.Caton. Mr. J?. Hailoy lion. Lay Roader. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.- . Canowindva 11 a.m. Walleroos 3.30 p.m. Cow:a 7.30 p.m. . Mr. J. M. McDonald, Cowra 11 a.m Wattamondara. 3 30 p.in. Morongla 7.30 p.m. Rev. Geo. Cranston. t METHODIST OHURCHi Cowra Circu...
Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
Consult Mr. S, A. Basser. Mr S. A. Basser, the eminent Vienna Optician, holds the very highest eertifi- I eates secured by actual examination in Viounn, Dresden, Berliu, London »nd New | York, llois also a, quilifie 1 Master of the Uritish Optical Association. Mr. Iiusser desires to give the greatest 'pos-'J sibio number the bcueiit of his skilled services and makes no charge wlmtevor for consultations, or for carefully testiug' the sight. Ilis coming visit to this town oilers iv splendid opportunity of having, i ho eyes properly a'tended to, and a'l I visual ell'octs defects corrected. Mr. | liasser Inis devoted much time to the study of the eyes of the young, and par ents sh ould note this fact, ami brin* the | children to him for examination. A few | minutes now may save great expense in 1 the future. Mr. IJ.sser is sole ugenfc for \ the "SoKasy" rimless idassos-quite tho most cjinfort ililo it is possible co get. ! lie employs uo agents, and may bo eon suited in person at tho Im...
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them ? It you are not a bootmaker you can't. Good boots embody something more than I stylo aud finish. It's the material you waut, aud it must be made up by good , workmanship. All WALICOM BROS' Boots . are thoroughly examined by a first class ! Bootmaker before they are put oa our , shelves for aalo. ffe also pay attention to stylo and comfort. Put qnality with . price beforo buying elsewhere.'* ?'
A Bad Taste in the Mouth [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
A Bad Taste in tho Mouth It is anything but ploasant to awake; with a bad taste in the mouth. This al-' ways arises from a disordered stoinaek, aud may be corrected by taking a dose 'of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver" Tablets immediately after supper. Tliey cleanse and invigorate tho stomach, improve the digestiou and give one a relish for his food. They aro easy to tuke and pleasant in eil'ect.