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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
Local Land Board. A meeting of the Local Land Board for the Land District of Cowra was held in the Court House at Cowra on Tuesday, 21st March, 1911, commencing at 9 & mM when the' following cases were con sidered : To Close and Purchase Road p. S P. '10178, John Fagan.-Recom mended at £150. For Investigation. S.P. 10.36, 492Ja, Thomas Bernard Searson.-Confirmed. C.P. 10 36, 8a 2r 21p, Samuel Ogle. Confirmed. O.P. 10 65 (-Young), 280Jaj Michael Cusaok.-Adjourned. C.P. 11.5, 160a, Henry Mark.Francis. Confirmed. C.L. 11.1,252a, William Francis Gregory Callagher.-Confirmed. For Surrender and Exchange. Mount McDonald Farmers' and Settlers' Association (W.R 188).-Adjourned. Proposal to curtail T.S. and W.R., parish of Chaucer, county ef Bathurst. For Investigation. Special Lease 10.8,149a, William Reuben Death (conflcting).-Recommended at 1/6 per acre. Special Lease 11.4, 52a, George Death (conflicting).-Recommended at 1/6 per acre. Special Lease 11 5, 175B, Henry Trim mer (confl...
A Woodstock Case. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
A Woodstock Case John James Cook was charged afc the local police court on Wednesday with having inflicted grievous bodily harm on Edward Benzer at Portland. Evidence of arrest was given by Constable Doran, o£ Woodstock, who -Stated he had seen a notice in the Police Gazette relating to defendant, and he then askod for a remand until the following day for the production of the warrant. Accused ' was re manded accordingly, as lie stated he had no objection, and on Thursday he was further remanded to Lithgow.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
A. CENTRAL OTAGO TRAVELLER " For the l&Bt twenty yearn I have been travelling Central Otagn Gold Fields." | writes Mr, George Mi'chell, who repre- I . aents Messrs. MacKerras and Huzle'.t, of Dunedin, N.Z. "Invariably every ysar I have been seized with an attack of what is known here as the Gold Field's Colic. I have always used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romedy, and after one or two doses the trouble has dis appeared. I recommend it most Btrongiy to those who suffer from this serious com plaint " Sold everywhere. I BORE EYES! MORRIS'S IMPERIAL EYE OINTMENT j .lands unrivalled in the relief and astonishingly j rapid Cure of all ailments so prevalent at j this season of the y«ar. Dust, heal, (lies, I i exposure to heat or cold, smoke from bush I fires, &c., bring in their train much suffering; and every household would do v/ell to pro- i cure a supply immediately from the nearest chemist or store. A little rubbed on the eyelids keeps off flies, mosquil...
Bosker Rabbit Poison. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
Bosker Rabbit Poison. Mr. Thomas Ulunden, of Pino Hark, via Stuart Town, N.S.\V., wrote on January j 26t.Ii: " Re yonr Hosker Ribbit Poitou. | 1 use a considerable quantity during the year with excellent results, over 15,000 acres of rough coun>ry. I have no trouble in keeping the rabbits in check, and I have no heeita'ion ia saying that if every one usad " Bosker" according to direc tions, the rabbit trouble would bo greatly diminished." - ELLIOI'I BKOS.. LTD., Sydney.
Walli. (From our own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
I. Walli. . (From our own Correspondent) How sweet aloDg old Walli road, In pensive mood to stray, And watch the last receding beam That speeds the winged day. But oh, 'tis sweeter, lovelier, far - As shades of light grow dim ; To pnter dear old Waili hall Midst strains of violin. How gay the merry dancers seem, How graceful step and pose, As to the time of music clear Each whirling couple goes * * * Such my thoughts on many an occasion; but doubly so on the beautiful night of the 15th instant, the occasion of the Walli Cricketers' Ball and Supper. The function proved a great success, and everybody present appeared to enjoy it very much Heavy rain set in on Saturday night, 18th inst., and continued until Monday morning, 1G7 points being registered. Ploughing operations have commenced in this locality, and the late rain appears to have softened the ground considerably.
Topped the Market. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
Topped the Market. Mr. W. Tosback, of Garland, topped the market at Messrs Winchcombe, Carson's stock sales On Monday,' a eousignment of crossbred wethei's fetching 18s lOd. Other good sales wore a/c Messrs 0. West, Lake View, Marsdeus, whose ewes brought 14s and lambs 9s 5d; and T. Tunney, Milton, Young, whoso owes sold at lis 2d. The market was tirm for prime lots but other descriptions were weaker. There were 15,000 sheep and lambs penned. Mr. 0. West's bullocks topped the market, fetching £10 15s, while the steers were sold at £6 17s, the markot for the 1,630 cattlo which were yardod, being un altered for prime qualities.
Special Notice [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
Special Notice Out readers are reminded that Saturday and Sunday, May 13th and 14th. is the date fixed for the visit of one of the prin cipal refractionists from ivlessrs. Angus & Coo e, -192 George ritreefc, Sydney. This expert is a thorough master of his profes sion, and cirries nil the lateBt'instruments that are necessary for thoroughly testing the eyes. Messrs. Angus & Coote are now recognised as the leading Opticians in Sydney, which is a guarantee oi their ability. Sufferers from Eye trouble, Headache, etc , should rousult our expert on Snbuiday, May 13fh and Sunday May 14!h, at Links' Imperial Hotel, from 9 a.ra. to '1 p.m.
POULTRY. DUCK BREEDING. AN EXTENSIVE FARM. SOMETHING ABOUT CROWDING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
POULTRY. DUCK BREEDING. 'AN EXTENSIVE FARM. SOMETHING ABOUT CROWDING. It Is usually considered necessary to allow one acre of land for every 100 birds. Any farmer who suggested con centrating 3,000 to tlie acre would (says a writer In an English paper) be deem ed a lunatic at large; yet, by the utili sation of the most up-to-date methods, this can be done. The Middlesex Duck Plant, at Harrow Weald, which oc cupies only 11 acres, has actually sent 6,000 ducks to market during the la.it twelve months, and next year the num ber will be doubled. The success of this remarkable institution-the only one of its kind in Europe, and the biggest in the world-is a standing tribute to the value of science as an aid to farming. There are, of course, dozens of incu bators, holding from 150 to 300 eggs each. By means of an instrument de signed for the purpose it is possible to see Inside the egg, and follow the un hatched-duckling's evolution from a mero speck-like embryo till he, has grown big eno...
PICKING THE PROLIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
PICKING THE PROLIFIC. An American has boon exploiting different parts of the world with the secret of how to pick poor, good, or heavy layers by physical examination of the bird. For this valuable secret a fee that would be considered mode rate for an infallible system was charged. The system, which is based on the formation of the pelvic bones, is not new in America, where it has been referred to in the poultry prfpers for several years past. In the new edition of "The Trap Nest Text Book," Mr Wellcome, the American authority, who has devoted a lifetime to individual testing and breeding on those lines, in a chapter on "Detecting Laying and Non-laying Hens by Observation and Physical Examination," mentions the examina tion of the pelvic bones as in some degree useful for this purpose. He appends a report of the test on a number of hens whose individual per formances were matters of trap-nest record. "Under all the tests," he says, "some of the heaviest layers were considered line, ...
CHINESE EGG PRESERVING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
C11IX3ESI3 KGGKPIIESEKVIJVG. 'x Whe'n X4 '.Hung Chang-niade Ills tour .of-ithOi-M'orld his ^commissariat" (says a writer; in "Harper's Wcoklj;'.') -carried a ~sunply -&lt;of : Chinese : preserved :,eggs for the venerable: ambassador's special use. Some of these eggs were :exhibited in New York' while he wqS staying there, and- a few, experts had: the temerity to sample them;:,;.: L'.'.They.Avere not :so bad, after all;" was'the verdict of one Ameri can 'connoisseur; "although by Iheir looks, you would think they would vjome -under .the bail of-the pure-food law." ? The eggs were encased in clay, and when unpacked looked like pieces of pumice-stone. They are'-preserved? in this way by the Chinese for a'century or more. The process of keeping is very primitive, but as effective as it is. simple. The eggs arc first ? boiled hard, and then while they are hot they are wrapped in soft clay and packed away. In this condition tho Chinese claim they iWill keep for ever and,.not lose ...
FILING A SAW. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
FIlilXG A SAW. This saw clamp will give more satis faction than the usual iron clamps on the market. There is absolutely no vibration to the work, and the saw is inserted and removed as quickly as from a cast-iron clamp. To construct, two boards are nailed to the end of work-bench, as shown in illustration. SAW CLAMP IN POSITION. These have V-shaped slots cut In each end to le elve two hevell" d boards which are placed on each side of the saw blade. Thus by lightly driving down the two damping boards the saw is held rigid for filing.
Forbes-Stockinbingal Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
Forbes-Stockinbingal Railway. Tho members of tlio Public Works Committee took evidence at Bimbi oil j Wednesday last in regard to ihe Forbes-Stockinbiugal railway. The following gentlemen spoke in advocacy of the lino :-Messrs. Hugh Gault, ?jun., T. Goonac, J. W. Nowlau, J. Lempriore, J. F-. Clodc, A. H. Grimm, T. Blayney, H. Knieht, G. Robinson, I J. S. Mcintosh, and T. Benzley. The party stayed in Bimbi on Tuesday night, and wore entertained at a social . in th'o liall. Tho committee take evidence in Grenfell on Thursday.
The Cowra Free Dress USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911. Local and General. "Mick Dooley" Respondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD AHQUMENTS. SATURDAY, MARCH 35, 1911. Local and General. ''Mick Dooley" Respondent. Hannah Dooloy, forraorly Whitehursfc, appliud for a divorce front Nicholas Dooloy, on the ground of desertion. The potitionor, for whom Mr, Whitfield ap peared, said she married respondont in September, 1888, at Sydney. She lived with her husband until 1896. At times ho had givon way to drink and beaten her. About 1890, in consequenco of his habits ho was unablo to got work. Ho used to teach boxing. Previously he had boen a well-known boxer, being known as ''Mick-Deoloy." The respond ent wont to West Australia, and she joined him in Coolgardio. There he "smashed things up," and loft. The caso was allowed to stand for furthor evid onco concerning domicilo.
Serious Accident [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
Serious Accident Word reached Young on Tuesday I afternoon that Constable Fortcscue had met with a serious accident, and was lyiug iu a critical condition at tho Montenglo hotel. From the meagre particular.- to hand, wo learn that Constable Fortcscue was coining from landra to Montcagle when the horse ho was riding fell aud rolled on him, crushing his head. (The gentle man in question is a brother of Miss Fdriesctie, of out- town.-Ed. C.F.P.)
Important Notice to Parents. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
i Important Notice to Parents. ! Wo beg respectfully to give notice that wo havft decided to discontinue stocking boys clothing, hata, shirts, socks, and stockings ; and thereforo, the whole of our present stock of these nro for absoluto quick sale at any reasonable ? offer. We nro forced to adopt this i course owing to tho rapidly increasing trado we nro doing in men's clothing, \ hats, etc., requiiing all our storo room j for extra stock to copo with it, and at present a larger store is not availablo. Wo thank those parents who have so liborally patronised us in thcso goods, as well as nil other customers for their liberal support. - Respectfully yours, G. BOLLINGER & Co., Cash Tradors in Men's Wear ouly (next Croploy's Boot Storo) Cowra-, *
THE DAIRY. ART OF MILKING. TREATMENT OF COW. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
THE DAIRY. !> ART OF MILKING. TREATMENT OF COW. To perform the operation of milking successfully, several important things must be observed. It is highly impor tant that it must be done quickly, quietly and gently, before commencing to milk. The milker should walk right up by the side of the animal and let her see him. There should be no fidgeting about close to the cow, or jumping up and down and changing the position fre quently. The stool should be placed in position and the milker should sit down on it, and then sit still. The cow's udder .should be lightly rubbed with a damp cloth to remove any pieces of loose dirt. The pail should be placed with the milker's knees supporting it in a com fortable manner, and then the operation should commence, and the milk should be drawn in long "squirts" by gently pressing with the thumb and forefingers, at the same time giving a very gentle downward pull. Particular care should be taken to milk the cow quite dry, as the last milk is very ...
A HAY DERRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
A HAY DERRICK. The accompanying sketch is taken from an American exchange. It is said to have given good satisfaction where used. To build this derrick the follow ing piece of timber, etc., will be needed : A, 2 pieces 3 x Sin x 12ft; B, 1 piece 3 x Oin x 10ft; C, 2 pieces 3 x 4in x 10ft; D, .J pieces 4 x .Jin x 12in; E, 8 pieces 1 x Sin x 14ft; F, 4 pieces 3 x 4ln x 5ft; G, 2 pieces 2 x Sin x 6ft; H, 1 telephone pole 25ft; I, 1 piece 2 x 4in x 8ft; J, 1 piece 2 x 4in x lift; K, 2 pieces 2 x 4in x 16ft; L, crowbar 5ft; P, 3 pulleys; M, iron : in l%ft; N, hole for Iron pin; 24 bolts Gin to Sin long. The frame is mortised to gether, and the cutting being done on [ the corner posts, D. The two pieces C are not mortised, but are bolted flat. It is necessary that the piece B shall bo a very strong one, as the entire weight of the pole and arm, H and K, rests on this. It Is well to block up under this at N when in use. The pole has a pin, M, which rests in hole, N, and the two pieces G, G...
THE MILKING LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 March 1911
THE MIIJKIXG LILFK. How long does a cow remain profit able in a herd? This is a question that a dairy farmer has to settle many times each year. Most owners have had in dividual animals that 'remained good ?milkers till beyond their twelfth, or .even -fourteenth' year," but .'the great ma jority have "petered out" long before that time. At the other end of the seals is the nesvly-brolten-in heifer, which sel dom milks well for the first year, or until | she has been drilled up, as it were. It iis, indeed,; generally considered that on an average cows improve up till their seventh year, and begin to decline p'ter that. In the case of a good animal, however, the decline Is not very bad till the tenth or even the twelfth year. In contradistinction to this, however, Is the liability to disease-milk fever, tuborcule, etc.-any of which may carry the animal off prematurely or compel her to_be "scraped."; .Tubercle (writes Professor M'Connell) is, the most lilrely cause of shortening ttfe u...