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POISONED MILLIONAIRE. SECRET MOONLIGHT TRIPS. AND VALUABLE PRESENTS. DETECTIVE-NURSE'S SENSATIONAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
POISONED MILLIONAIRE. SECRET MOONLIGHT TRIPS. AND VALUABLE PRESENTS. DETECTIVE-NURSE'S SENSA TIONAL STORY. Interest In the trial of Mrs Laura Schenck (the ex-servant girl who be 1 came the wife of a millionaire pork packer of Wheeling, West Virginia) for the attempted murder of her husband by poison grows instead of diminishing (said "Lloyd's News" on January 22). Each day brings more dramatic and sensational evidence than the preceding one. Mrs Schenck says the charge against her has been concocted by her husband's family, who were always bitterly op ! posed to tier marriage. They, on their ! side, assert that she was anxious to go : into society, had matrimonial designs on ' more than one dashing young Virginian, and, therefore, tried to put her husband out of the way. | After the accusations about Mrs I Schenck's . partiality ' for the young 1 bloods of Virginian society, it was a surprise to find the prosecution putting into the box the man whom they de scribed as her lover. His...
PRIEST SUED BY HIS MOTHER. FOR BOARD AND LODGING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
? v ? - 1 PniEST SUiSP BY JUS MOTHER. ; FOR BOAItD AND LODGING. Mrs 'Annie. Mncnarpara, the" owner of a Roman Catholic repository at Leices ter, ;sucd in the County Court on Tues day her son, Father Louis Macmunarn, a" member'of - the Dominlcah Order, - for £28 odd in respect of-board anil lodg ing. He admitted the claim, but con tended that lie ought to. be indemnified by the third parties, two'othcr Domini can .priests,- ns he \ytis the agent of one or both of them. " Father ' Macnamara's duties (says "Lloyd's Weekly News" 011 December 25) had 'Included lestures 'and the writing materials .-.on behalf of his or der. He broke down in health, and went to his mother's home at Leicester to recuperate, 'contrary, to the orders of his superiors. The judge said that, Father Macna rriara was under contract tci^obey the comm'ands of his superiors in the-order, and as;;lic had rot "done so they svere absolved from all leg"::I liability. Judg ment, was entered for the third parties ?.witlr c...
CAPE DISASTER. HEROISM OF INJURED DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
CAPE DISASTER. HEROISM OF IWJURED DOCTOR. The railway accident at Gaikas Loop on the night of January 4 v.-as the worst disaster that has taken place in South Africa since that of Glencoe in 1895 (says the Capetown correspondent of the "Daily News"). A crowded trainload of people, chiefly women and children, was returning from a holiday at East London. The train had descended at a good speed a steep incline, and at midnight wad traversing a curved embankment about 15ft high across a gully nine miles to the south of Cathcart, when six coaches topplad over to the bottom of the embankment through the couplings snapping. The editor of the "East London Despatch," -who was a.passenger in the train, de scribes the scene that followed. He was suddenly awakened, he says, with the feeling that he was slowly and deliber ately slipping Into an endless abyss. His compartment overturned and col lapsed. Then there was a wonderful calm for a tnomcnt, broken Immediately after by the cries of agony a...
SENTIMENTALISM AND CRIME. LETTERS OF AN ENGLISHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
SENTIMENTALISM AND CRIME. LETTERS OP AN ENGLISHMAN. Of late years our legislators have considered far too amiably the suscep tibilities of the criminal. The law abiding: citizen appears a dull thing in their eyes. With a sort of Pharisaism they have applauded their own gener I oslty and broad-mindedness. Other i nations have very properly refused the | right of asylum to murderers and j housebreakers. Here was an admirable opportunity to prove that the English Radical was not as the politicians who control the destinies of the European Continent. The Aliens Act, faulty enough In theory, was made In prac tice of small effect, In order that our Ministers, wanning their hands before the fire of vainglory, might boast that every man was free who had once set foot upon the sacred soil of England. And thus London has become the re fuge, the rubbish-heap, of the world (says a writer in the "Daily Mail.") The criminal, driven by a wise Justice from Berlin or Paris, knows that he will meet ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
PR00D5 0 jfai/xwp Dia mond Engagement Ri n# 1 2 5 * 5 6 7 . 8 9 MOUNTED IN 18et. GOLD. (1) £75/-/- (2) £70/-/- (3) £52/10/ (4) £25/-/- (5) £20/-/- (6) £18/10/ (7) £11/10/- (8) £7/10/- (9) £5/5/ Specially selected diamonds of exceptional brilliance, arranged to combine maximum of effect with perfect symmetry. Proud's value in brilliants, as in other jewellery, has given identity to the firm's name. TFWfe jfor Catalogue and Particulars. W-cJ-PR.OUD^r 187-Pitt SI Sydaey Arlist .Jeweller & HattonGarden Londoi\ A Perfect Watch for The Famous Bushman's Lever. HAVE YOU TIIIS WATOII ? It's a faithful servant and a trusty friend, au&lt;l lias no rivnl at the prico for ACCURACY AND DURABILITY. Wo sell thousands of these watches; they arc aopreciated bccause tficy will stand the wear and tear of active life, and yet keep. ACCURATE TIME. Tlw strong oxidised or nickel case is fitted with n reliable jewelled movement, warranted to wear 15 YEARS. Every good fontui'« that a watch sh...
WIT & HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
WIT & HUMOR. Hn: Tlirrc is nollilng perfcct on this carlb. Slic: You forgot Ci ussy. lie: Well, what about-Gussy? She: lle'n a period idiot.' Maud: "But why .does ynur father: object to ? hlinlitlml''Oh, just so that lie, can say, "1 told you so,' iifier, wo. nro married, 1 MlppOljC." I "But,'.' protested^ tho wayward son, "you should - mako Mallowam'.o r for, tho ..folliesv of yoiith.',' : "ll'm!"' growled -the old man; '"If it wasn't for the rallowauco you get there'd bu ic»s folly!" Innls:: "Do I- love her? Why, man, I can't sleep . at. night' 'for thinking . about her."; .Oweds: "'That's;not proof positive. \ I get the same-eftcci from ray tailor's bills." ? . "When- a man Is angry bo tells , you what lio thinks-of you." "Yes; and when a woman is angry she tells you what she thinks of you and what everybody else thinks o£ you.". "My . lazy son has at last decided on .a profession that.- be thinks he'll, like.", ."What has lio chosen?" "Ho wants to bo a . line man for a w...
ANIMALS AND WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
' / ANIMALS AND WEEDS. ?It is well known thabanimnls through their droppings are the means of propa gating weeds, but the spread isinot con fined to stock. Birds assist In the work. Many small- weeds are carried by ants from 'place-, to.' place, : and other instances could be given. A curious Instance * of the . ac tion of fowls In favoring the survival of weed may be-mentioned. " A-particular plot of ground', overrun bv a few fowls, contained mainly rye grass,; Dutch "clover, and prairie . gras, with small amounts of couch grass, plaintain, dock, and burr clover. .. Although' the/ground was too hard to scratch or break in sum mer, and the turf too , thick In wipter," within one year both the clovers and the two flrst-mentloned grasses had practic ally disappeared,. leaving mainly plan tain with a little dock and couch grass. Hence, although fowls may destroy In sects in a pasture, their, general action will be to cause it to* deteriorate, par ticularly If allowed 'on It in'spring w...
PERFUMES FROM FLOWERS. A SIMPLE METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
PERFUMES FROM FLOWERS. A SIMPLE METHOD. "The blending of certain kinds of per fumes (states an American expert in the "Scientific American") is a matter of much scientific and skilful manipula tion; but the most commonly used per fumes can be made with simple appar atus /and without much trouble. In many parts of lhe country flowers are so abundant that .one can harvest all Uiat is needed for manufacturing at home perfumes enough for a year's use. "Direct distillation is the most satis factory way of making perfumery. The still is of simple construction, and it can be made out of articles usually found in the home. Take an ordinary tin oilcan, scour it, and purify it of all oil odors. Stop the spout completely, and fit a cork in the top, through which the oil is poured. Get 4ft. of copper tubing (tin or galvanised iron pipe may also be used), and bond the end down wards. "The oilcan should be filled with 1 lb of (lower petals, gathered, fresh in. the early morning. Pour over these p...
HOMELY FARE. CONCERNING PASTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
HOMELY FARE. CONCERNING PASTRY. Pa>;try is at all times a very popular diet... it.. lias ccrtain advantages over other foods. But there is pastry that is-light and digestible, and pastry that Is hot so. The routine of pastry-mak'ng is of great 'Importance; if care is not given to this, .it is useless to attempt | to produce eatable pies 'or tarts. For | one thing, the flour should be fine, and may be dried in the oven. It is fre quently necessary to sift it to prevent the accumulation of lumps: The fat must , be next considered; this'mav be butter, lard, or dripping, . but it -must be perfectly sweet. Then , the pastry ! should be kept quite cool during'the I making. If you have a marble':-.slab; I use it to roll - out the paste. : Puff pastry should be prepared "the: day be l.foro it Is baked. In hot weather mriki; your pastry in the coolest possible place. &lt; , , | N Rich Puff Paste. - Required: O e i i pound.. (lour, lib.; butter,vcold water.' 1 ' I egg, juice- of 1 ...
CHOOSING THE BOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
CHOOSING TJIE BOAJl. There is no excuse for using anything but a good, pure-bred boar when one can be had for a reasonable price. Wo have all heard the saying, like produces like. Certainly this; is true' to a largo extent. The pure-bred boar will tra-ns mlt his own qualities or characteristics to his off-spring: hence lie -vill produce more uniform and superior individuals. Greater progress is sure to come from the judicious use and careful handling of_ the pure-bred boar. - Experienced breeders have found it difficult to define what they mean by character, though 'they are- able- to de-. termine at. aglance a desirable animal. Character implies''conforma tion?; to-the best type of the;-breed. We "generally associate character 'With a boar that has a bold, , striking;-walk and ". "good general appearance; masculine ;in every point and action. Individuality is o*f,greater c mscquence that pedigree. We plight say, however, that one is. incompletea without;;," fh'c other.v.The breedin...
DENMARK'S DAIRY COWS. TWO BREEDS FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
DENMARK'S DAIIIY COWS. TWO BREEDS FAVORED. The million dairy, cows oC Denmark are coniincd almost exclusively in two breeds - tlie Danish Red, of Nciv Zea land and the Islands, and. the Jyslte, or black and white cow ,o£ Jutland. Both of these have been developed within the last thirty-five years, from the native stock of the country, by careful selec tion for milk production. The red cow is a product of a cross of Schleswig blood on' the native rather scrubby cattle. The result Is a race of fine dairy cattle weighing from 1000 to 1100 pounds. They are dark red with black muzzle, medium size, deep body, medium bone,' fine skin, and well-developed udder and veins. The blacks and whites of Jut land have been developed from the beef breed used in earlier times. They are a larger breed than tile red cow, resem bling the IIolstein-Friesians in color and size, but are shorter in leg and deeper in body than the Dutch cow. Both of these breeds have ;i distinctively dairy conformation and ar...
HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION. INTERNATIONAL INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
IIOUTICUI/rUllAIj EXHIBITION. INTERNATIONAL.INTERESTS: . An important International Horti cultural Exhibition is to be hold in London during May, 1912, under the management of "the leading horticul turists in the "country." The last hold (states the English "Journal of Horti culture") dates so far back as'lSCfi, and it will be both instructive;and Interest ing to have anJ opportunity of seeing the improvements in plant culture which have bpen made since that time. Some .-.20 acres, surrounding Chelsea Hospital will be occupied; and a mag nificent sight is promised. It is con templated to hold a series- of confer ences during the exhibition,: Imitating what was done in 1800. It should be borne In mind that the Xloyal Horti cultural Society was. almost the only mentor we had in matters horticultural at that date, and great; advances have been since made in tills direction. Now adays it is the Privilege of members to listen at every' fortnightly meeting to the most interesting and inst...
WATER FOR COWS. WARMING SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
WATER TOR COWS. WARMING SUGGESTED. " In cold weather (states-an . American, authority)"' it1 Is important -that .'the I water drunk by the cows . giving : three or more gallons of inilk daily be warm ed to about 60deg*.Fahr. iOtherwiseUiie cows will not drink' "as much, as thoy need to keep up a go/3d; milk^flow. ,.- It: does inot take much lice : water: to chill a thin-fleshed dairy cow through on a cold winter day. . . , . Experiments made* at the 'Missouri Station show that drinking water is needed in proportion, to the, milk yield. That is,".a cow giving six gallons of milk a day .needs about twice as much water as a cow giving three gallons a day. If the water is too. cold to be comfortr vable if drunk in large quantities the cow will not drink enough," nnd-^as a result wili drop considerably in her.milk yield.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
BUZACOTT'S SPECIALITIES FOR STATION, FARM & DAIRY. THE; all-conquerino TUBULAR SEPARATOR On Lot or cold milk, fresh or stalo milk, cow's milk,, goat's milk, rich milk or poor milk tbo TUDUT/AI? will skim so as to leave hut one-half the fat in tho ekijn milk that any other machino in existence will leave under the eamo conditions. If the other machine skims to two-hun&redtbs, the Tubular- will skim to one* hundredths. Tho Tubular will give more butter from tho s'amo milk tlinii anv other machine, and pay not less than ten per cent, interest yearly on the first cost of tho separator. Dairy Farmers without Tubulars aro wasting their time. There is positively no other Separator in the same class as the Tubular. These arc strong claims, you may think them exaggerated. They, however, under-cstimatc tho ease. If you have an old Separator and want a Tubular, write for particulars of our exchange proposition. 4 THE "JERSEY" MILKER A machine which milks and STRIPS the cow. A s...
'John Bridge" at the Royal Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
'John Bridge" at the Royal Agri cultural Show. Tho big wool and stock-broking firm of John Bridgo and Co., Ltd., has taken oflices at tho S5dney Show Oround, where clients and friends are cordially invited to foregather during Show week. Tho Managing Director's own words aro :-Wo have provided these offices spocially for the comfort and con venience of our clients and friends, and wo hopo thoy will tiso thera freoly day by day.
A Useful Thing. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
A Useful Tbing. J Our 2!/* Telescope is n very useful thing to have abnut the house, whether in town on the farm, or oa the station. A good telescope wou'd save in'iny.a long ride to see if the gate i* shut, or the fence is down, and many other necessary things. We can supply a very finx 3-drow Black Japanned Telescope with (irst-class lenses ihat will give you every satisfaction fur 21s. Others 10/0, 15/-, 35/-, 40/-, post free, from ANGUS & Coo'i'E, Opticians, George street, Sydney.
Local and General. Blayney Show [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Local and General. Blayney Show This annual event took place on Tues day and Wednesday, and was very auccessful, the entries exceeding those of last year by 200. Amongst tho local . winners wo noticed tho following: j Blood stallion, H. Glasson 2 ; yearling ; filly (draught), Mrs. F. Glasson ; pair | buggy horses, H. Glasson; single buggy ! horse, H. Glasson ; hacknoy . stallion, H. . Glasson ; Messrs. J. *P. Poignand and Co., were the principal winners in the vohiclo section.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
There is just this much about it'. Dandruff is a germ disease, is most untidy, annoying, and leads to baldness. When chronic, it is very stubborn, but surely yields to thorough and energetic treatment. All germs must be destroyed, the scalp must be restored to health. Here is the remedy: Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ask your doctor about using it. DOCS NOT COLOR THE HAIR Prepared by C' t. C Aycr & Co t Lowell, U. S« A* G. B. SANDERSON, ARCHITECT, Late of ButUr &lt;Er Bradshaw, Architects Melbourne. COWRA. May bo consulted at the (?BNTH5NNiai» yaiib £. W. Warren, S. B. Douglas Macdonald, Hon. Ophthalmic Surgeon to Oratigo District Hospital. MA.Y ba coii3ulto:l at Orange or B.^thurst Orange-First and Third Monday to Saturday of evory month, Bathurst-Second and Fourth Monday to Saturday of evory month. Kits-st.j Orange. 'Phono 88 Miss Ethel Wyndbam, Teacher of Pianoforte & Organ (Oert. Pupil of Signor Ue BeaicpuU) 1 Diufcon Cottago." Darling Street. ©©WE8®. 3DR fkntd I SU...