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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
HAVING just received a large shipment of different Serges.Worsteds, Tweeds, etc., I can offer each one of my customers : "Which will bo good Value for every Penny Spent. TRY ONE OF MY £3 15s SUITS, and you will be delighted with your bargain. I need not mention that when a man is particular for his suit to fit him correctly, there is special need for a "fit on" befove tlio suit is completed, and that can only bo managed by bringing your order to your local tailor, where every thing _ necessary to your requirements can bo fully explained. The time is getting pretty short to Easter, so to secure one of my £3 15S SUITS ORDER NOW. Suits Cleaned and Pressed equal to New. . -All Work by Hand, and done on our own Premises. S BS® m Sj;uTEE- A~ field the Leading t&iicft ' - . KBNDALL SMTT, cowtiA | El Vvw BOBKER RABBIT POSSON I TESTIMONIAL. 3~zeceivcj a tin of uBos/cez SiaSSit Sbison saute time ago, and can safety say it is tilt £cst3"even ustd T: JAMES SPICIER, i '' Pibbon, Mundoora...
1910—A YEAR OF RECORDS The State's Prosperity. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
1910--A YEAR OF RECORDS The State's Prosperity. THE State is just now enjoying a period of great prosperity. If, as Sir John Sinclair, one of the Scottish Agricul tural Commissioners, recently said, on boing interviewed on hiB return home, "Australia is 0110 of the saddest coun tries," it is also in regard to its pro duction and trade, calculated per head of its population, 0110 of the richest lands in tlio world. Sir John Sinclair, doubtless, knows this, but his generali zation referred only to its industrial condition; and particularly to the rela tions between employer and omployeo. New South Wales, the oldest State in tlio union, lias enjoyed many years of j plenty, in fact, its wholo history is a story of steady, solid achievement and increasing wealth. Hut last year's re cord, speaking broadly, eclipsed those of any other. Jn 1910 the population jumped from 1,045,444 to 1,090,31(5, a I remarkable increase of 44,872, or 2"73 per thousand. Tlio natural increase is tlio ? highest...
IMPRISONED IN AN EMPTY TANK. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
IMPRISONED IN AN EMPTY TANK. Before slavery "was abolished in tho "West Indies, there Jived in Detnerara a plantor named MaoDonnott, who, nb tho ; Bale of a wrecked ship on the coast high and dry, bought a'.large iron water tanK, which had ou the top a .manhole for cleaning purposes with a screw top to it. "While at dinner 0110 day his stewnru ? rushed in to say tluit boy Pontius Pilate, a big Corroinantee nigger- 'lately bought:: ; as a fiold'hand, had struck work; also ' had ((truck a good many of the hands who persisted in working. ; "Gcfc a dozen of the field hands/' ex claimed Mac., "and bring him hero." it' was done. . . "Put him in the tank.'' After, a hard . struggle they got him in. , - "Screw on the top," and' old Mac., giving a pickaninny boy a hammer and a. cent., told liim to keep walking rotiuct tho tank and to keep tapping it; In less than five minutes his yells and promises to work cceased through tho heat of a tropical snn on the tank and the clang of the hammer of ...
CHEW'S CASUALTY CHAPTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
CHEW'S CASUALTY CHAPTER, The Young "Chronicle" prints the acci dent 'record of Mr. Harry Chew, a local resident, ilero.it is: .Falls from horses, 23; thrown' out of buggies or traps, 8; arm broken, once'; wrist broken, once; leg broken, once, necessitating amputa tion ; part of his left hand shot away through pun accident; and last, but not least, a motor-car accident, in which the scalp of his head was severely injured and his jaw broken in two places. It seems pretty good prophecy to say Harry Chew .will yet-be completely chewed up. "Sho married him for his money, then found out he hadn't any." "1 see. She took his name in vain." Stained marble can* easily be cleaned . by dipping the cut portion of half a lem on into powdered whiting, and rubbing tlio stained part with it. When stained with 'smoke, a white marble niantlepieco . can bo iinprovetl by washing it with di - - luted hydrochloric acid, but when the smoke stain is of long standing, nothing can touch it, .for the so-called...
THE SILLY LONDONER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
THE SILLY LONDONER. A good deal moro attention is being given to tlie production of passion fruit, and a lot of planting lias boeu noticoablo in the district served- by tbo railway from tho Hawkesbury northwards. If a. Brit ish demand could bo secured for this luscious fruit'a great impetus would bo given to the industry, but, -unfortunately, tho attempts so far to place ifc on tho London market have Jiot been very suc cessful. Londoners regard the shrivelled and crinkled fruit as withered and bad, and it takes timo and trouble to'over come this,', as. is ,5 tho. case ivitli all thoir other prejudices.
THE LATE REV C. W. PHILIP. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
THE LATE REV C. W. PHILIP. It is at all times an exceedingly sad duty to record the death of a member of our community and par- ticularly so when that member has taken a prominent and active part in building up our district and has en- deared himself to us by enduring ties of friendship. On Wednesday when it became generally known that the Rev. C. W. Philip, squire of Can- imbla, had passed away at 1 a.m. a feeling of intense regret was ex- perienced by those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance and deep sympathy with the bereaved relatives. The lamented gentleman was only ill about a week, his trouble in its early stages not being suf- ficiently pronounced to occasion his relatives much anxiety. As his con- dition on Saturday became somewhat serious, it was decided to remove him from Canimbla to Nurse Mathe- aon's private hospital, in order that he might be within easy reach of his medical attendant, Dr. McLaren. There being no improvement on Monday, Dr. McLaren called in Dr. F...
COOLEY—KEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
COOLEY—KEYS. On Wednesday last two very popular members of our community were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, when Bert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cooley, of our town, was married to Nellie, eldest daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. Keys, of Cross Keys, Covvra. The ceremony was performed at St. John's Church of England, Rev. A. J. Gardner officiating. Miss Lizzie Keys, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. P. Brien as best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony the wedding party and a large number of friends sat down to a sumptuous wedding breakfast at the residence of the bride's parents, when several toasts were proposed and duly honored. The happy young couple left by the afternoon train for Sydney en route to Melbourne, where the honey moon will be spent. In the evening the guests spent a most enjoyable time until a late hour. We join with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ccoley's many friends in wishing them long life and happiness.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
In Memoriam. IN loving memory of out dear mother, SARAR THOMPSON, who passed peace- fully away on March 19, 1910. God saw when her footsteps faltered, When her poor heart grew weary and weak So He bade her rest for a season, As the pathway had grown too steep. Sadly each day we think of her still, And remember her dear loving face, Yet, in humble submission, we bow to the will Of Him who has crowned her with grace. Her sufferings were great, her pain severe, But she bore it with patience till God drew near, [well And then without bidding us a last fare- She peacefully went home to heaven to dwell. Inserted by her loving sons and daught- ers.
Weddings. MOORE—GAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 March 1911
Weddings. MOORE—GAIN. A marriage about which more than the ordinary interest centred was celebrated at Holy Trinity Church last evening by his Lordship the Bishop of Bathurst, Dr. Camidge, who united in the holy and happy bonds of matrimony Mr. Roy Moore, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs Moore, of Cowra, and Miss Ada, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gain, of Orange. His Lordship was assisted in the ceremony by the Rev. Walker Taylor. The bride who was &nbsp; given away by her father, was costumed in white crepe de chene, trimmed with white aplique, and wore the orthodox wreath and veil. She also carried a shower bouquet, one of the bridegroom's gifts. Miss Belle Gain was bridesmaid, and was attired in white silk, trimmed with Valenciennes lace and hat to match. The bridegroom's gifts to the bride and bridesmaid were two hand- some gold necklets with attached pendants. Miss Holbrook presided at the organ and played " The Voice that &nbsp; Breathed O'er Eden," and " The...
CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
CHAPTER II. I Mr. Joyce Redgrave was a . young t man of extravagant habits, but with , very little actual wealth to back them \ up. This disadvantage, however, he did not take Into due consideration, ! for he lived up to his full bent, always J Justifying his lavish expenditure chief- | ly, of course, on the credit system, by the assumption, well founded, it is true, that sooner or later he would in herit the Croxford millions. He kept up a pretentious establish ment at Hailbrook, a small village some two or three miles distant from Deepdean Hall, and was in the habit of making frequent visits to his uncle, in whom and whose affairs he most naturally evinced the deepest interest. Between six and seven o'clock on the evening of the day upon which Mr. Croxford disappeared, his nephew ar rived at Deepdean, and, as was his wont, entered the house without the conventional use of either knocker or bell. Going straight up to his uncle's private room, he, as already stated, rang the bell fo...
CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
CHAPTER III. It was some time past midnight, and with the exception of Mr. Joyce Red grave, the inhabitants of Deepdean Hall had retired to rest an hour or so previous. In spite of his threat that MissDev ereux and her mother should not re main under the same roof, the two ladies had so far heard nothing that would be likely to cause them to chnngo their plans, and consequently were occupying rooms in a distant part of the Hall. Once Redgrave thought of sending an intimation to them in accordance with his threat, but he remembered Burrell's significant remark, that no Bervant hi the house would carry bo distasteful and inhospitable a mess age to his uncle's fiance and her mother, and, thinking better of it, did not attempt such an outrage. Since sending oft his telegram to Scotland Yard, he had remained alone in Mr. Croxford's private room, busily engaged in ransacking every drawer he could find, but from his impatient and angry mutterings, it was plainly evident that whatever he so...
THE KING AND AUSTRALIA. Acknowledgment of Colonial Loyalty. Letter from His Majesty. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
THE KING AND AUSTRALIA. Acknowledgment of Colonial Loyalty. Letter from His Majesty. King Goorge is the.first Ruler to bo proclaimed on Ins accession "King of tho British Dominions boyond the Sens." That in itself cannot, bo " otherwise , than gratifying to his most loyal sub jects under the constellation of the Southern Cross/. Moro gratifying, how over, is the statoment that lias been mndo with authority that the whole drift of the King's mind is towards theso Dominions. Naturally, the ques tion would arise, in view of the groat breadth of the national horizon, to what extent will Australia share in the "drift of tlio King's mind"? 'But ob sorvant people would at onco bo roady with tho answer .that. His Majesty had alroady gi'von the best proof of his .atti tude towards Australia, and 110 0110 could fail to ' liavo: his -patriotism , and loyalty stirrod thereby. 1 .First, as Prince, .and: next,- as Sove reign, His Majosty-. had 1 giv'on over whelming' proof- of his profound admira...
THE CROXFORD MILLIONS. a Strong and Absorbingly Interesting Story, CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
THE CMXFtRV MILLIONS. . .:iV& - a Strong and Absorbingly Interesting Story, E. CAMERON MORRISON. AUTHOR 01" "The Strange Case of Mr. Fenw'ck," " The Man with "tiie Withered Facc," " An Image in Wax," etc. CHAPTER I. Deepdean Hall, the Essex resident of Mr. Mostyn Croxford, was in a state of unusual excitement; some thing out of the common had occurred -its millionaire owner had suddenly disappeared, and was not to be found. The establishment at Deepdean was a large one, as became the mansion of a millionaire, and shortly after the disappearance of their master, the ser vants, male and female, were gather ed together in that portion of the Hall sacred to their presence, discussing the event. Calgb Burrell, Croxford's valet, was being closely questioned respecting his master's movements, but could give his fellow-servants very little informa tion. At three o'clock in the afternoon Croxford had summoned him to his dressing-roonj, and given certain or ders as regards his. clothe...
POTATOES AND THEIR DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
POTATOES AND THEIR DISEASES. IN view of the imminent danger of tho spread of Irish Blight amongst tho potato crops of this State, as ovidenced from recent reports from tho Goulburn district and elsewhere, growers of this essential nrticlo of our daily diet are advised to make themselves fully ac quainted with the nature of this dreaded disen.se. Tho Department of Agriculturo has issued a special bulletin on "Certain Fungoid Diseases of Po tatoes (including Irish Blight)," written by Dr. Frank Tidswell, Director of tlio Bureau of Microbiology, and Mr. T. Harvey Johnaton, of the same Bureau. The general character of fungi aro de scribed in detail, aiuV formula) aro given for the preparation of various disinfectants and sprays. A special portion of the bulletin is taken up with particulars of Irish Blight, which is caused by a microscopic fungus with the unassuming namo of l'hytophthora infestans. Means of com bating the disease, and preventive measures to be taken, aro also given. Oth...
Wellington Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
Wellington Horse Sale. Messrs. Bedford, Taylor and W08 ton, Ltd., announce another monster horse salo at Wellington on 25th to to 29th of April next, when 1,000 superior horses will be yarded. | Messrs. Bedford, Ttiylor and Weston, Ltd., have now established Welling- 1 ton as the leading horso selling centre I of the West; they havo fchn cOnfidonce I of tbo public, and always ensure a ' splendid attendanco of both foroign . and local buyors, consequently fall . markot prices are obtained. The comiug April salo promises to bo a j big success, aiul o\vner3 can send for- i ward with every confidence. The agents will bo pleased to order; truck and tako charge of horses nu- ' til sale. I
A Bad Taste in the Mouth [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
A Bad Taste in the Mouth It. is anything but ploasant to awaka with a bail taste in tho month. This al ways arises from a disordered stoinack, and may be corrected by taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets immediately lifter supper. They cleanso and-invigorate the stomach, improve tho digestion and givo one a relish for his food. They are ensy to tuke and pleasant in e licet.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
TTTANTED.everyono to road the".FREE V V PRESS." Published twine weekly. Price 2d, WANTED known Ibat we are prepared . to do any class of Printing work, . but only, the ono quality-the BEST. Send I for quotations.-" FREE PRESS " Oifiee. i : : : JOB PRINTING a Speeialit) at the " FREE PRESS" Office. Write or call for samples or quotations. Ring up 47 and our representative will call on you. Do it now I HAVING just; received a largo shipment of different Serges,Worsteds, Tweeds, etc., I can offer eacli one of my customers "Which will be good "Value for overy Penny Spent. TRY ONE OF MY £3 15s SUITS, and you will be delighted with your bargain. I need not mention that when a man is particular for his suit to fit him correctly, there is special need for a "fit on" before tho suit is completed, and that can only bo managed by bringing your order to your local tailor, where every thing necessary to your requirements can . be fully explained. The time is getting pretty short to Easter, BO to...