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Be Examination of Stallions. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
Be Examination of Stallions. Mr. VV. Tanner, secretary of tho Orange A. and P. Association, is in re ceipt of tho following letter from tho Chief Inspector of Stock :- " Sir,-I liiivo to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 21et insf\ re examination of stallions, and bog to inform you that in tho case of horses which have become three years olc since the parado was held, .subsidy might be allowed, but it must be thoroughly understood, that, in future, this cannot bo allowed. Horses rising throo should bo submitted at the annual parades, when thoy will be creditod as being three-year-olds. Yours, etc., H. D. Symonds, Chief In spector of Stock " AB a result of the question raised bj the Orango Society, a general uircnlarhas beon issued to tho samo effect as tho above letter. About three dozei of Bollinger's ready to-wear tailored .n-ercoats are uo* made, and about i liree dczen Hearing completion. The fashion? this season are varied and coinpriso shaped backs-, long frock with an...
Blayney Musical Competitions [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
Blayney Musical Competitions Wo are informed that splendid entries havo been recoived for the above com petitions to be held at Blayney on 4th and 5th April next. Over 200 perform ers have already entered for the com petition, ranging from Dnbbo to Sydney and Cowra, and Carcoar will be repres ented by nine entries. The onting should be an enjoyable and interesting one for those who take advantage of it, ^arid wo have no doubt there will be many visitors from these psrta. If you do not think our Tailored ready-to-wear Buits, or trousers sepa rately. are quite good enough for your vary best (but all tho same we think they aro) they will do for your second best, and we will make your best suit or trousers to the fraction of an inch, and with a degreu of perfection seldom equalled in tailoring. Our tailors have a cutter who gives a '. sit" with a fit, and that smart distinctiveness that be longs only to skilful cutting. Call at G. Bollinger & Co's., Cash Traders in Men's Wear ON...
For Men Only. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
For Men Only. To clay we have Hying machines, it makes us wonder what next is possible To-day there are thousands of men who do not know the perfection reached by scientific cutting in tailoring. It is such that ninety men out of a hundred can bo perfectly fitted with tailored ready-to-wear olothes, if cut by the right cutter. The others we can make garments for. Wo havo the coats with i shaped backs, long waist, and all the latest details of fashion. Tho trousers > with a taper and stylo of exclusive ness. The suits from 38s and trousers from 10s 9d show the bene fit you get from our cash trading policy. Soeing is believing, call and see a coat tried on at G. Bollinger & Co's., Casn Traders in Men's Wear ONLY(noxt door to Croploy'e Boot Store) Cowra.*
Catholic Church Efforts. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
Catholic Church Efforts. On Sunday last Rov. Father Cooney announced at eairy Mass that it had been decided not to hold the usual bazaar at show time in aid.-r of the Church funds, but in hen thereof to con duct two Progressive Euchre Parties, the first on Wednesday, June 7th, and the other on Wednosday, August 16th, tho latter to be succeeded by a Juvenilo Ball. Mr. J. D. Rcbiaon has under taken the secretarial duties, and we are confident that with hia and tho Rev. Father Cooney's anrl Mrs. Hore's j united efforts, backed up by an energetic band of workers the several functions will bo a pronounced success. Tickets are already in circulation for the first named event, and will be procurable from the various ticket sellers at an : early date. I
The Referenda. Vote "No." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
The Referenda. Vote " No." Mr, Josiah Thomas regards the public as now well served by the Postal De partment. We may judge, therefore, what kinds of service in other directions he and his party will deem good enough for Australia, should the people be foolish enough to adopt unification. Each referenda proposal must be accepted or rejected as a whole. There is no middle course open to the elector. A vote to enable the Commonwealth Pariiament to extend the jurisdiction of the Federal Arbitration Court so that it may, for instance make a common rule applicable to the carrying on of the bootmaking industry in all parts' of Australia, will also enable that Parlia ment to make laws which will practically take the control of our railways away from the State Government, and place it in the hands of an irresponsible external authority. " The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have, power to make laws' for the peace, order, and good govern- I ment of the Commonwealth, with respe...
A Mammoth Pumpkin. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
A Mammoth Pumpkin. Mr. James Grant, of "Glen Elgin" orchard,Holmwood, brought into town on Monday laat a load of pumpkins, twenty* three in number, weighing a ton.. In eluded in the collection was one of most unusual proportions, weighing 101 lbs, It is now on view ab Mr. G. L, Taylor's, Kendall-st.
William Anderson's Juvenile Pantomime. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
William Anderson's Juvenile Pantomime. On Monday next, at the Centennial Hal],'Oowra, Mr. William. Anderson will present the gorgeous Christmas 'panto mime, "The old woman who lived in a shoe,"'" which will be produoed by. Liddiard's famous Lilliputian company. These gifted juveniles have.been playing the extravaganza at the King's Theatre Melbourne, for the last five weeks with great success, and a record season was achieved at the Theatre Royal, Adelaide, The patomime deals with the adventures, of Jack Dauntless, and his sweetheart jill, and the manner in which he thwarts' the Giant Blunderbore and Squire Uglyraug provides plently of scope for an excellent entertainment. Beginning in the " Haunt of the Demons," the pantomime moves through such scenes as the Railway Station in "Fairyland," " Oh the road to Some where," '. Cotton Reel patch," " The Golden Mount," and finishes in the Palace of Splendors, where the daunt less Jack is married to his winsome Jill. Lily C'arlr, who will ...
The Census. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
The Census The Minister for Home Affairs, the Hon. King O'Malley, has fixed the 3rd of April iwxt as the day upon which the census throughout the Common wealth shall bo taken. All concerned would bo well advised to answer all questions of the census paper fully and correctly.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
To. be shouting "low price'! and ; " Bargain Snaps" overy day i.8,:bno of tlio\poorosfc grades of merchandising. 1 'Yda'don'fc exjibcfc thera to be trpe and v'V' certainly there's a big doubt always lingering ->» in the bacl^ of your brain that because the price-h^s: sSffered, the quality -baa too. And more often than not, you are RIGHT. .HYAMS' have no bargain-bait ' to offer ; you except those absolutely " proveable " ongs that come oar way once in a while or at Sale time. But what wo offer yoa what YOU do really want is consistently goo&lt;? value vaiue that is "WORTH WHILE" coming for value that yoa know means the ~ bedrock price and honest quality in whatever yoa wish to wear or use. WE IS LOO.VL STOREKEEPERS OFFfcR THIS TO YOU AS LOCAL RESIDENTS AND Wfr FEAR NO INTERFERENCE FROM SYDNEY MAIL ORDER HOUSES OR PRICE. CUTL'ERS, BECAUSE WHEN" IT COMES TO CUTTING WE ARE GOOD AT THAT TOO Come and Sava Money on our "Worth While" Values. M. Q. Hyams, f Where the Prices are al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
.Mr. McNamee, deposition clerk to the Local Land Board, 0range, who has been promoted to Sydney, was accorded several sends-oif at Orange recently. We congratulate Mr. McNamee on his promotion, and take this opportunity o£' thanking him on behalf of tho local Press for, his uniform courtesy during the sittings j.of 'the Board .in Gowra.- We.hate not heard the name o£ Mr; McNamee's I successor, but whoever he is we can assure him . he will have a very ! difficult position to fill, seeing that it has been held by such excellent officers as Mr. Harry Brooke, the well known land agent; Mr. Cutter, now a member of a prosperous stock and station firm n t Brewarrina; and lastly Mr. McNamee. Ww-y. ..?v.* ' M . . Ilia I1M1UIBP Millitmy! ! Up-to-date_^> HIWI illWW MISSES IflEEBS & EDDS, ---EV1ILUNERS Latest Costumes. Skirts and Blouses. Misses Meers & Eddst Milliners, Kendall-street, Cowra. PROGRESSIVE - EUCHRE - PARTY #######*#### Jfqd dance. ' . (In aid of Catholic Church...
Mrs. Helen Barton. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
Mrs. Helen Barton. &nbsp; &nbsp; "Fairplay," the organ of the Licensed Victuallers' Association, has the follow- ing in its last issue with reference to Mrs. Counoillor Barton, who recently visited the country. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The perfect sincerity of Mrs. Helen Barton in her desire to destroy the liberty of others, and to prevent them from exercising their rights to freedom of taste, is shown in the following ex- tract from the evidence taken before Mr. Justice Pring last week :- Mr. Shand, K.C: The advocacy of &nbsp; prohibition does not necessarily involve abstinence at all times in those who &nbsp; follow it ? Is that, your view ? Mrs. B.: I believe in prohibition out and out. Mr. Shand : I suppose you will admit that those who advocate prohibition do not go to the extent you go and refuse to admit the use of liquor, under any circumstances? Mrs. B.: I have nothing to do with what other people think. &am...
Wedding Bells. BARNES—GILSENAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
Wedding Bells. BARNES—GILSENAN. At the Methodist Church, Wellington, oft March 15th, Lily Belmore, eldest &nbsp; daughter of Rev. D. A. Gilsenan, was married to Edwin J., son of the late Mr. Joseph Barnes and Mrs. Barnes, of &nbsp; Wellington. The father of the bride officiated, the service being choral. The church was decorated with palms and flowers. The little sisters of the bride (Maysie and Rosie) carried baskets of pink and white flowers. The bride, who was given away by her eldest brother (Mr. S. G. Gilsenan) was attired in a gown of cream chiffon glace, draped with silk fringe and rich guipure, and a court train of ivory satin. She wore an embroidered veil over a coronet of orange blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet, with a gold watch and chain, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a silver &nbsp; shaving mug. The bridesmrids were &nbsp; Misses Daisy and Violet Gilsenan &nbsp; (sisters of the bride) an...
Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
Brief Mention. The unfailing cure for irreculariti-s in women is NEMIA TONIC Tickets 3s, 2s, and 1b for the Com bined Choir's Concert on Friday. Plan at McGrath's. No EXTRA CHARGE FOR BOOKING. Besides patronising a deserving local Institution by attending the Combined Choir Concert on Friday evening you will also receive good value for your money. The local party to compete at the Blayney Musical Competitions number twenty five, and will leave for Blayney by the early train on Wednesday morn On Wednesday, April Sth, Mr. C. J. Schmidt, auctioneer, will submit at Gar land, on a/o of Mr. A. Dollble, « Fern side," all his farming plant and house hold effects. On Saturday next Messrs. 0. K. .Rose and Co. will offer at the Show Ground 16 head of young draught horses, on a/c of Mr. Thomas Barry, comprising 11 fillies ^ colts, 3 and 4 years old, "Menora" bred. An. agitation has been going on among some of the local store em ployees in favor of keeping Saturday a holiday, but we understand i...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 March 1911
Personal. Mrs. Owen Drady, of Ti-tree Springs, this week attainad the age of 104 years. Judge Docker claims to be the oldest photographer in Australia, having started about 60 years ago. "Mr. G. T. Bennett, late proprietor of the " Laclilander," was presented with a gold watch and chain on the eve. of h is departur^.from Ooudobolin for Maitlan'd. ?' ' Denouncing :the Mormon propagan da, the Countess of Chichester de clares that 555 British girls were decoyed to Salt Lake City during 1910. Mr. W. O'Brien,:M.P. (Ind. Fat.),' has expressed himself as deeply gratified at the spirit of conciliation displayed in Mr. John Redmond's re cent speeches. -. Mr.' W. T. Brewer, our popular and obliging Assistant . C.P.S., on Satur day received notice to hold himself in readiness for removal. He has been given the choice of the positions of C.P.S. at either Bourke or West Wyalong. We . congratulate our young friend on his promotion and trust that he will fcontinuq to advance in the Department of w...
MUSIC HALL SONG. ACTION AGAINST A NEWSPAPER. MEANING OF "BLUE." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
MUSIC IfAIjIj SONG. ACTION AGAINST A NEWSPAPEll. MEANING OF "BLUE." , The meaning>of "blue" when .'usod-.in criticising a music hall, song was a question which .a King's Bench jury ha'tl to decide on Friday in the course of an action for libel brought against "The Era" -by Mr Marcus Cowan, known professionally as Harry Thurs ton (said "Lloyd's News" on January 22). ? .'???' Mr Bankes, ICC., for Mr Thurston, said his client had been on the stage for twelve years, and, working his way up from a small beginning, hart re cently earned between £400 and £500 a year. In March/last he appeared at the Islington Empire, and sang a song called "The Jockey," which could bo described as a jockey's monologue or burlesque. The "Era" commented upon' the programme, some. of the artists getting a word of praise, while others received criticism. . Of his client it said: "Harry Thurston claims to be . the bad boy of the family, and ho might have added.the blue one, too."- ? - 1 The whole ease, said ...
STARVE OR FREEZE? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
STARVE OK FREEZE? The question whether the human race will ultimately starve or freeze was the cheerful topic of an address the other day by Dr. Harvey "W. "Wiley, the well-known American expert on diet. He believes that the second alternative Is the more likely, but reassures the timid by the prediction that for "a million years' at least" there will be no lack of either fuel or food. Dr. Wiley ventures also upon the encouraging forecast that by the time supplies begin to run short mankind will have learnt how to har ness the currents of nlr for his benefit 'and to derive from them both heat and power. ..... . .
HER VACATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
HER VACATION. For six Summons now Aunt Lucia had taken Lydia's vacations in charge. Aunt Lucia had not daughters, and she tried to be fashionable on a great deal less than she should. The roost ths eou!d do for Lydia was to pilot her about at resorts, where, she lived for a cojp'.e of weeks uncomfortably on the edge of things. Lydia paid for her own clothes and for a good share of Aunt Lydia's vacation, as well as her own. She was a stenographer, and she earned enough over and above her living expenses to buy a reasonable number of pretty clothes and provide for two weeds' boarding at some hotel, where she looked on mainly at other people's good times. The vacation was a campo'gn undertaken by Aunt Luoia to get her niece well married, and Lydia knew it. Each January Lydia made a firm re solve to save a little and the succeedin; December found her exactly where she ha'd started. Now, when Saratoga became an Im possibility' on account or Aunt Lucia's jaundice, Lydia felt a sudden upsp...