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Money in Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

Money in Tallow. Jasfc think o£ it Mr. Farmer, you can got Ss for a korosouc tin full, at the Cowra Soap Works, Brisbane-st. So como aloug ancl support local in dustry. Empty tins given, away \ in any quantity.*

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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STUDY CURTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

STUDY CURTAINS. Curtains for a man's study have Bol- ' ton sheeting as foundation, and middle pieces of curiously figured or old-fash ioned print. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

Medicine Without Alcohol Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a tonic and alterative, free from alcohol. What is a "tonic"? A medicine that imparts strength or tone; a medicine that builds up, gives vigor and power. What is an "alterative" ? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy ac tion to healthy action. Ayer's Sarsaparilla does all this with out stimulation. Ask your doc tor if a family medicine, like Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly better without alcohol than with it. - Ayer's Sarsaparilla , Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass,, U, S. A., G. B. SANDERSON, ARCHITECT, Late of BubLrdb Bradshaw, ArcJutects\ Melbourne. COWRA. May bo consulted at tho (?ENTBNNiaii S. W Warren, . ?**^_JTrchitecf ; :0@W3rae DR ' (5. B. Douglas Macdonald, Hon. Ophthalmic Surgeon to Orange District Hospital. MAY ba consulted at Orango or Baihurst Orange-Firsthand Third Monday to Saturday of ovory month, -Socond and Fourth Monday to Saturday of evory month. Kits-si., Orangs, 'Phono 88 Miss Ethe...

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"DIVIDE!" "DIVIDE!" [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

"DIVIDE!" "DIVIDE!" A New England Minister, Rev. F. W. Merrick, lias been giving this friends; at home some of his- improf.sions of" a re cent visft to this country (says 'the "Westmiristc-r Gazette."). One _<)£ his most interesting cpm'parisons relates "to a night he spent in the House of Com mons toward the end of last sessioij. He was particularly struck by the babel of cries.. "Divide!" "Dhidfe!" which punctuated one of the-speeches. ' "I could think of nothing," he says, "but tt»e crescendo and diminuendo oi! 'a well-stocked frog. pond' in -America -dur ing the calls of the members for a div ision." . - _ .

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FATTENING LAMBS. Seasonable Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

FATTENING LAMBS. Seasonable Notes. The finishing otf of his lambs for ox port is one of the most important items in tho Australian lamb raiser's .year. Ho must liavo his lambs "primo" with out boiiifr too heavy, and to ensure thin tho feed he provides for tliem must bo of the most nutritious kind, and at tho same time he must see to it that they aro enabled to make tho best use of it. If affected by ticks or lico, they will not thrive, but to rid them of these posts is easy; a bath in Quibcll's Liquid Dip (non-poisonous) will cleanse them thoroughly without giving them a cheek in any way-a danger which is always present if tender lambs aro dipped in a poisonous preparation. All lambs intended for export should bo dipped in Quibcll's Liquid when taken from their mothers, and flock masters would bo astonished at tho improvement made in tho ewes them selves if they are given a bath at the same time. One of tho most curious things about serpent venom is that each species seems to bo imm...

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GERMANS AT OXFORD NOMINEES OF THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

GERMANSATOXFORD NOMINEES OF THE KAISER. , (By Archibald Marshall in the " Dally Mall.") O£ the five Germau j\nodes scholars | who came up to Oxford this term one is j a count, another a baron, and two others are "vons." That is to say, all but one are members of the aristocratic class. The difference between them and the American Rhodes scholars is remark able. Where the Americans may fancy ' that the English are apt to put on airs of superiority over them, the Germans, ?if there is any criticism levelled against them at all, are rattier suspected of looking down on the English. An Ameri can told me, rather surprisingly, that ! when you really got to know Oxford j you found it more democratic than an j American university, and perhaps the German aristocrat does not feel par ticularly at home in, or cordial towards, a democracy. At any rate, in consider ing the German Rhodes scholar you have to take into account me method of his election,which is as different as possible 1 from that ...

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ALL SAINTS COLLEGE, BATHURST. Speech Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

ALL SAINTS COLLEGE, BATHURST. Speech Pay, The prize-giving at All ,Saints was mcmorablo this year as being tlio occa sion of a change in the Headmastership, ; Mr. H. E. Britten, 13.A., after a long regime, in which he had <jncleaj;ed him self in t'ho hearts of all who came in contact with him, handing over the reins of -government to Mr. G. Sydney Stiies, ii.A. (Oxford), who has lately been sccond Housemaster at the School House of the King's School, l'arramat ta. After the out-goiug Headmaster's report had been received, in which he expressed the wish that the samo loy alty and good feeling would be extended to liis successor as had been granted to himself in the past, the prizes wero presented by the Bishop of Batliurst. Mis Lordship thon introduced the new Headmaster to the largo aiid influential gathering assembled lor the occasion ill; a few : well-chose1!! words, referring to Mr.; Stilus' past career and exprcss ./iiigv liis: conlidonco' in the .future pros perity ....

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QUAKER GREY LINEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

QUAKER 511EY LINEN. . : A {frock of Quaker grey linen has a frontispiece of embroidered net and friilings of quaffered net.

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"THE PLUMBERS' WAREHOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

'THE PLUMBERS' WAREHOUSE." Members of the initio will at onco understand that by the above title is meant the great manufacturing house of John Dunks and Son Proprietary, Limited, of 32<1-33U Pitt-street, Sydney, whose business is prominently identified with the splendid "Steel Star" wind mills which the firm has been manu facturing for many years to the com pleto satisfaction of our leading gra ziers and farmers. "?faults' " has been growing rapidly for years, past, and last your it became necessary to greatly extend the I'itt street premises to nearly twice their size. These improvements have just been completed, and tho enlarged build ing is now one of the finest in the city, wliilo it has enabled tho firm to carry an ononnous stock of great range and variety. Wo may instance mantelpieces and ovorinantels in oak, walnut, unS maple, circular and tiled Register grates, hearth and verandah tiles, in the latest colourings.. These aro all new models, presenting tho latest i...

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BISHOP OF RIPON'S VIEWS. THE FIT NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

f BISHOP OF III POX'S VIEWS. THE PIT NATION. The Bishop of Ripon's paper on the "Birth Rate and the Unfit" was one of the most striking papers given at the recent Ohurch > Congress. "I ask you," he .said, "to recognise tho fact ithat the birth supply is declining,; and that if thai decline continues at. the present rate the day must come when, the population of the country will be stationary. I ask you to weigh the facts, : whictti seem bo show that the children: of the stronger and fitte'r stocks. ai:e. not holding their own-in the present birtih supply, and that'the present phenome non certainly mfeans diminishing num bers, and jmay mean lessened vigor of body and ?frain. THE FIT NATION SURVIVES. ? "I ask you to remember that in tho order of nature; the struggle for sur vival ends in the survival of the fittest, Sand tlhat there Is -npthing that f..vknow [iof to* exempt' si.} nation from this wlaw. -The nations ? that are. fittest t:to survive will survive; and tlie^ fittest -n...

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DR. LUCAS' PAWPAW OINTMENT. Its Phenomenal Activity. At Work Day and Night. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

PR. LUCAS' PAWPAW OINTMENT. Its Phenomenal Activity. At Work Day and Night. "Why," it is sometimes asked, "does Dr. Lucas' Pawpaw Ointment do in a - day what other ointments may take a ' week to peri'onnr"' The reason is not deeply lud. This Ointment is not a passive agent, but a highly activc one. It does not merely kill the germ and then lio idle on the wound, a mere grease pad, with no further duty to perform, as is the case with ordinary antiseptic ointments. But, on tho con trary, it is continually exercising its curative powers. Dr. .Lucas' Ointment is an advanco oil all others. Its "stimulating"-wo had almost said electric-action 011 old, callous, ob stinates soros is something t'o bo seen: and remembered. The rcmarkablo fer ments which go to make up this pre paration are an absolute loo to all' unhealthy fleshy tissue. They feed 011 it as their natural food, at the same-; time, stimulating the growth oi" healthy flesh. A splendid example of an ob stinate old sore giving away...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

"GORRSRtV' 4 Steinton Street. MINUTE FROM SURF. VACANCIES "FOR VISITORS MRS.' J. BROOKE. Stud Pigs lor Sale BERKSHIRE PEDIGREED PIGS, young Boats and Sows, by imported " Velonne Jack," from imported sows Sydney Royal Show winners. Price and particu lars on application to A. b. CONROY, North Bangaroo, ffanowindra. Late of Glenlee, Campbelitown. WOP.KMAfrs COMPENSA TIQi'j APT. Dams & Bellamy AGENTS for the Standard Fire Marine, and Accident Insurance Society of New Zealand] Ltd. Copies of the above Act may be perused and full particulars be obtained from the above. Contractors and Station Managers aro advised to call for information. PAINLESS^ .DENT1STR? ^Embracing atf the fate?? CONTINENTAL Methods, * it#isi I Wholesale and Retail Fruiterers and Confectioners Kendall-st, Cowra NEXT IMPERIAL HOTEL First Class Refreshment Rooms; Choice Fruit. . . Delicious lee Cream. Small Goods a Speciality, Oool Drinks-Meals at all hoars. Light Refreshments Always Roady, Fi'3sli Pish aud Oyst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

J -Mwaw-w Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Prjoe 2d. The Best Advertising Medium Punished WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2c3v The Best Advertising Medium.' B J^gAVE opened up a shipment of KITCHEN UTENSILS, and now offer them MUCH BELOW THE USUAL C(?WRA PRICES l Light as a feather and Wear tor ever. Saucepans and Covera, 5in. 2/2, 6in. 2/9, 7in, 3/3; 8k. 4/6 t Pie Dishes, 8in. Is, 9in. 1/2, lOin. 1/6, Hid. 3/10, 12in. 2/3. Tea Kettles, 3pt. 8/-, 4pt, 10/-, 6pt: 12/6, TeaPots, , lpt. 10/-, 2pt. "12/-,. 3pt 13/6. Saucepans ~ar>d Covers, 3pt 2/7, 4pt. 3/-, 6pt, 3/8, 8pt. 4/4, Boilers; 3gala:"9/-,' 4gals. 12/6, 6gals. 16/9 Kettles, 6pt. 6/3, lGpfc. 9s, 12pts. 10/6. AH other size? in Stoek-Prices in proportion. KENRICKS* HOLLOWWARE Nothing, better made. BRASS PRESERVING PANS L4in 8s, l6in lis 18in. 14s 6d, Reid, Smith & Co., THE AEGADE, - - G0"WEA. GreatWesternHotel _LA.CHL\N ST. DAVE KIDDLE WISHES to announce that ho has taken over the above old established ho...

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WOMEN DOCTORS. [?] ON DIVORCE. LEGAL EQUALITY OF SEXES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

>MEN DOCTORS. ^ ON. DIVORCE. i ' LEGA.I, EQUALITY OF SEXES'. Important eviclenec has been given before the Divorce Commission (says "Lloyd's News" of October 30), which resumed its sittings on Monday. Emi nent physicians urged the necessity of making insanity a ground for divorce, and of preventing the insane who might be released from confinement from re marrying. Six women witnesses were licard on Tuesday, several being medical prac titioners of long experience. One and all, they urged the justice of making the conditions of divorce the same for men. and women. Dr Clouston, former President of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, who premised that he had over forty flve years' experience of mental cases, said that if the law were to be altered divorce should be applicable to persons wlio could be proved to labor under in curable mentul disease, except in cer tain cases. Patients suffering from secondary dementia had so lost the power of proper feeling that the fact of th...

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

School of Arts. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Committee of the above institu tion took place on Tuesday night when there were present Mr. MoPhee (President) Drs. McLaren and Tilley, Messrs. Thomas, Boyne, Montgom erie (hon. sec.), Morell (hon. treas), Warren, Stevenson, and Ryall. The minutes Were confirmed, on ihe motion of Messrs Thomas and Warren. - CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr. Fred. C. Smith, teacher of Neila Creek Public School, apply ing, in conformity with a resolution recently passed by the committee, for the enrolment as a member of the institute of Charles Bear, the writer's head scholar. . The enrolment of the lad was directed. From Mr. S. 0. Holmes, secretary to the University Extension Board, enquiring what probability there was ofthe institution being|ineludedin the list of country Schools of Arts that [ were in touch with the Board in the I matter of forming classed to partici , pate in the benefits derivable from a series of lectures to be delivered periodically un...

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MESSRS. HORDERN'S IMPORTED BLOOD STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

MESSRS. HORDERN'S IMPORTED BLOOD STOCK. Mr. Samuel Hordcrn, of Itetford Park, Bowral, and Mr. Anthony Hor dorn, of "Wilton Park, Wilton, liavo recently imported a splendid lot of prize British stock, which comprises, British Shorthorns and Herefords. Jer seys, Guernseys, and Ayrshire cattle, and Welsh, hacking, and other varieties of English horses. The lot includes famous prize-winners and some of the highest-priced animal's of the last Eng lish season. The Messrs. Hordern liavo undoubtedly conferred a benefit upon Australia by bringing in such grand pedigreo stoek. Elsewhere ive give photographic re productions of two especially fine bulls, which were among the new arrivals. Mr. S. Hordern's Lord Rothschild's "CHAMPION OF ST. PETER," which gained first prize and champion bull at the Royal Society's Show (Eng.). Mr. A. Hordcm's Sir E. A. Iiambro's "1IAYES CORONATION III.," 1st Liverpool lJoyal Show (1910) and Bath and West and Devon County Show, also gaining numerous prizes iu 1008...

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BOOKS FOR AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

BOOKS FOR AUSTRALIANS. . - Australians.' aro . now clamorous for Australian book's by Australian authors, and this' is' 0110 of the healthiest as it is 0116 of thp most patriotic of signs of the wido awakening of t'ho national spirit."-In a great measure this love of books-iind particularly \the love of Australian books-noticeable from the camp, hut, farm-house, cottage, and homestead.to the suburban and seaside . mansion,' is due to tho enterpriser of the N.S.W. Bookstall Co., 476 George street, 'Sydney. It has had written, illustrated, and printed in Australia upwards of 40 Australian novels, in tinct with the spirit and breathing tho atmosphere, of our laud. They are all just the literary nourishment and joy Australians wanted, and tho deter mination of the publishing house makes them obtainable at a shilling eacli (postage 3d.). Half a million copies have already been issued, and tho distribu tion increases rapidly. ." Inquiries should bo mado at booksellers for the volumes you ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

LADIES & CHILDREN Buffering . . from ANY COMPLAINT will receive most successful treatment from Mrs. JOYCE, Lady Herbalist, C/o P. PHRKES, (Established 40 Years) 28 Q.V. Markets, George-st., Sydnay, Consult or Write. - THE CRICKET BOOM! Secretaries of Country Oriokot Club*, .nd Cricketers generally requiring Goods for the Oriokot Season, ir* requested to ocnsult, either verbally or by letUr, VICTOR IRUMPER AND CO., Tbo Expert Sports Depot & Mercery, 317 George St., SYDNEY. "you ARE GOING TO SYDNElT" In that eai£i be sure to CONSULT MH. GEO. GUNTER; .METAPHYSICIAN, etc., 231 Elizabeth-street, Sydney. Eeferred to in tho Sydney Press as: "A WONDERFUL MAN IN SYDNEY." whose cures of ASTHMA. CATARRH, HEAD . NOISES. DEAFNESS. DRINK HABIT, RHEU MATISM, INTERNAL TROUBLES (without operation!,). NERVE and SKIN DISEASES, .'>nd *11 HUMAN AILMENTS I'Rvc bean the "talk ol the City." This "Wonderful Man," taking your hand, diagnoses ynur trouble without asking you a .Ingle questio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

ZN. TMKMWmm W&T& Ttoat W© are dlisjjasisg . Of MSASOMABI^. THIS is a little "FEW DAYS FLUTTER" to give you the opportunity of securing a nicely TRIM.MED HAT at a moderate price. We'd sooner see these HATS on your head than adorning the stands in our showroom. That's why wo have marked them ' at Special Prices . They arti the modes of the month . Very, stylish and different in trimmings and design to each other and hats eUewheie. . NOW, 10U ' #V>' READY-TO-WEARS MJllNT STRAW, tfuamed with Velvet,.."* . VARIOUS SHAPES All Reduced* .THAT'S' OOME WHAT AND WE PROVE SAY 1 IT. 5s 6d to 9s lid 10s 6d ; AND - STYLES. ? Prices from IO/6 to £52/2/ M. G. H YAMS The Store that Keeps the Prices Down. Special Purchase at less , than Half Price, of a Manufacturers' Stock of , Ladies' and Children's Blouses, Costumss, Dresses, Jackets, Pinafores, Aprons, &Underclothing MR. E. n. E. ROBINS, The New Up-to-date Storekeeper, HAVING jusfe refcur&pd from Melbourne and Sy...

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HIGHER EDUCATION. A GLIMPSE ON COLLEGE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911

HIGHER EDUCATION. A G.LMPSE OJf COLLEGE I.1FE. . The .following interesting descrip tion of life and work in a ^ big city ; educatidifal 'establishment (Soots Coi lege),V written lionie,.in a series .of let-, tors by a pupil, should prove interest- / ing dreading to' anumber who liiivo {passed'!through the {experience,;'or hope. some .day to be favoured with' that privilege:- ^ . . "Befoio J vtgjH?you anything else,I will 'tryVand giye^ydu some idea of the buildings";"axid*''tl'ieiiv' fiiio 'position. \W . iiro right: on top :;df.;.'Bcllovuoviiill, and the view: from' tlie<windows is a glorious one;, VAVe'/can see the l acific Ocean ou' onc sido and Rose, foayy the Barbour, and tlio Heads on the .other. ? The Bay is so 'close that :it seems to be at the foot of ..the garden. It is just like a wonderful big picture. The College and residence" are' bitilt in one, and make an{{imposing bi£ stone pile, with a high watcli tower--just the sort of a place to appeal to a fellow-a...

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