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AT CLOSE QUARTERS WITH A POLAR BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
AT CLOSE QUARTERS WITH A FOIiAH BEAR. An Esquimaux hunter, one dark, wintry day, went out to visit Ills seal nets. H« found a seal fast in one of tliein, and when he knelt down on the ice to get it froo. ho felt o. great slap on his baelc. H« thought it was Ills comrade's play, but o second thump, much heavier than tho first made him turn around. What was l.'i horror to see a grlm-looklng old bear an&lt; not Ills coriiru.de! The bear took no fur ther notice of the man, but toro the sea' out of tho net, and tiegnn his supper. Th&lt; hunter loft his^net, and made off, gla&lt; enough to give up the seal for hl« life. I
CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
CHAPTER VII. Mr. Stanwell having concluded his business with Miss Devereux, had left the room, and was passing along the broad corridor which led to the front entrance, when he suddenly came face to face with Joyce Redgrave. "Who are you, sir?" demanded the latter angrily, placing himself in front of the detective.' "And what is your business here?" "I am a friend of Miss Devereux, and came here at her request,' replied the other with an urbanity of manner which contrasted strangely with Red grave's .haughtiness. "That is only a partial answer to my question. I asked who you were. Perhaps you will be good enough to oblige me with your card. Here is mine," and Redgrave, who had been kept in ignorance of Stanwell's visit, field out the orthodox piece of paste board. The detective took it, glanced at the name, then bowed stiffly. "I suppose, as you have done me the favor of a self-constituted intro duction," he said, feeling in his poc ket for his card case, "it devolves upon me to ret...
THE CROXFORD MILLIONS. A Strong and Absorbingly Interesting Story, CHAPTER IV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
H Strong and Absorbingly Interesting Story* E. CAWERON- MORRISON. AUTHOR OF "The Strange Case of Mr. Fen wick," " The Man with the Withered Face," " An. Image in Wax." etc. CHAPTER IV.-Continued. ' "If your uncle contemplated clear ing out secretly and of his own free will, liow can we reconcile this aspect I of the case with the partly-written note he left behind him? Also, why should It become necessary for him to forcibly open at least two drawers in this escritoire, from one of which I have not the slightest doubt the bun dle of notes was extracted? Further, if I understand you aright, Mr. Crox ford is a man of immense wealth, practically a millionaire, therefore, it would stand to reason, if he really had arranged to make a voluntary flight, that he would have provided himself with something beyond the paltry sum represented by these notes. Does this view of the case not strike you as the correct one?" And as Mr Willington stopped, he pulled open the two draw ers which earlier ...
Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Clearing Sale A clearing sale of course means every thing has to be cleared. Our readers must not not think that it is an ordinary cheap sale It is a clearing sale at less than half the price of what is generally paid for the goods ; and the reason is that we have decided to cease stooking Boys' Clothing, Shirts, Hats, Socks, Stockings, etc , and so give all the room for "Men's Wear only- Hundreds bought early and so got the sizes they wanted most of the stock is sold, but if you try at once we might have the sizes' you can do with. G. BOI,LINGER & Co., (next' Cropley's Boot Store) Cowra. " The Tailored-ready-to-wear house." (for Men only) with Cash Trading values.*
Official Report. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Official Report. Wo have to acknowledge the re ceipt from the Government Printer of the "Fifth Annual Report of the Director of Labour," for the year endiug 30th June, 1910, which must | be regarded as a tribute to tho capac- , ity and careful attention to details of I our old friend Mr. W. I1. Schey.
The Referenda. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
The Referenda. ' Mrs. Morton, Liberal organiser, | informs ns that she has been doing excellent work at Wattamoadara and Koorawatha during the past week, and | that people of every shade of politics are taking a much keener interest in the referenda as they realise the great issues that are at stake" Next i week Mrs. Morton will be engaged in I the (rrenfelt district, where we under- ' stand she will be afforded ample scope for the exercise of her untiring en- > ergy. |
Our Member. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Our Member. Mr. Waddell informs ns that the , Minister for Lands has, at his request, j promised to auction the old show- j ground lots at an early date. During ! the week Mr. Wadddell haB addressed i meetings at Molong, Manildra, and ! Oudal against tho referenda proposals, j Later on ha intends speaking at j Woodstock, Canowindra, and Eu gowra on the same subject.
Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Town Band. At a meeting of the committee of . the above, held on Wednesday last, Mr. J. McLeish was appointed band master. It is to be hoped the members will now turn up to practice regularly, and thus give their bandmaster that co-oporation, which it is absolutely necessary must exist bofore success is achieved. Everthing is now on a good sound footing, therefore it be hoves players and nublic aliko to do all in their power to keep such a worthy institution going. Don't trifle with Anaemia. Stamp out the disease by taking NBMIA TONIC.
Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. MARKETS. i Wheat 3/3 to 3/4 ; cbickwheat at auction 2/7£ to 3/-; wheaten chaff 3/8 to 4/9; oaten chaff 3/6 to 3/10. DISARMAMENr IMPOSSIBLE: Tho German . Chancellor, replying to tba Socialists m the Reichstag, declares that absolute disarmament is impossible. Germany has already, formed arbitra tion treaties with England and America. England and Germany have also agreed to mutually notify their future programmes, A BIG HAUL Robbers held up a train at Winslow, a small station on the Warsaw line, securing £8000, intended for the rail 7 road employees. The robbers escaped after wounding two passengers » SAFE 1 The crew abandoned bargue, Bert shire, which was sighted in the Bay of Biscay, has been picked up and landed at Lisbon.
Newsy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Newsy Notes. Two or throe doses of NEMIA TONIC dispels that feeling of lassitude. See E. FBOST'S low cash prices for Corned Beef and Mutton. Mr. J. McLeish has been appointed to represent tho Cowra district at the the Grand Lodge Sessions of the I.O.O.F. to be held in Sydney during April. It is Mr. Barclay, dentist at Mr* W. F. Ormiaton's, who is to accom' pany Mr. Bateman to America, and not Mr. Pridham, as stated in our last. The latter gentleman has only recently returned from England. Mr. Fred. Golsbv, another" of the many graduates from Mr. W. F. Ormiaton's dental snrgery, leaves for Sydney at an early date, where he will continue his studies at the Dental Hospital. The many friends of the Rev. Father Doran will be pleased to learn that he is now well on the way to re covery after his recent serious illness. Mr. James Ousby, of our town, who ( underwent a minor operation 'in : Sydney last week, is progressing favorably. Mr. Elijah Wright's many friends in this district will reg...
Sporting. Cricket. YOUNG v. KOORAWATHA. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Sporting, Cricket. YOUNG v. KOORAWATHA. The Koorawatha cricket club made an attempt to wrest the Shackel Cap from Young on Saturday last, but were easily defeated. Following are the scores:- " YOUNG. Baxter, run out ... "... ... 16 Lawler, c B D'BIDOUX, b Stewart 21 Berryj-c Davis, b D D'Blboux ... 2 Hopkin, c Davis, b Stewart ... 0 Tunney,cD'Elboux,b D D'Elboux 69 Baker, b Stewart ... ... 3 Neal, not out ... ... ... 72 Riley, b D D'Blboux ... ... 11 Buckland, b Stewart ... ... 16 Plumb, b Stewart ... - 7 Molloy, not out ... ... "... '6 Sundries ... ... ... 8 Total ... .., 231 Kookawabha. H D'Elboux, b Baker ... ' .:. 24 Harris^ c Buekland, b Neal ... 15 C D'Elboux, cHopkin, b Baker... 5 McCarthy, b Hopkia ' ... ... 3 Davis, st Plumb, b Baker ... 16 D D'Elboux, b Baker ... ... 0 Stewart, st Plumb, b Baker ..*, 0 B D'Elboux, c and b Baker ... 13 McCallum, not out ... ' ... 5 Don D'Elboux, b Riley ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... .;..., 5 Total ... ... ... 86 . . . " * MARRIED V. SINGLE. Th...
The Problem of the Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
The Problem of the Hour. When spoken to about the doming referenda the majority of people betray a lamentable degree of ignorance regarding the subject, and when an effort is made to explain the effect the proposed change in the constitution, if carried, will have upon our State-, they manifest an amount of in difference that is absolutely criminal. If these, people would only take the trouble to read even a tithe of what appears in the public prints concerning so vital a subject they would speedily realise that if they ^ neglect to record their votes on April 26th against the proposed alteration they will have endangered a birthright that they possibly may be powerless to regain. Grant what is asked by the Federal Gov ernment and we will soon realise that we might just as well hand over the balance of our rights and submit to being ruled by a heterogenous body with conflicting interests and little sym pathy with our special industries and the development- of our peculiar resourcesi...
Wattamandara to Peak Hill. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Wattamandara Peak Hill. ' (Contributed). " Leaving Wattamandara about noon, we started on our overland journey to -Peak Hill, The weather was all that could be desired, a gentle breeze tem 'pering Ihe summer heat. . The recent rains had left the roads in good order, and we had no dost on the first stage of our trip. The grasshoppers were numerous, but not travelling on account . of the quantity of green feed in the stuble paddocks. The first open air meal was partaken of near Mr. Thomp son's farm, Back Creek, and was most pleasant. After packing our tucker box, we were soon on the move again. Passed Mr. Bush's, school about 4.30 p-m, arriving at the Grenfell road half an hour later. JNight coming on we put up at Leahy's (late ChiverB') Wag gon and Horses Hotel, and succeeded in getting a secure and well-grissed paddock, for the horses, per favor of Messrs Delaney Bros. The country , around here looks well, and prospects appear good. Mr. Leahy's hospitality is well up to the standard...
HEADACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
HEADACHES. I Like many other human ailments, have ' been wrongly diagnosed and altogether misunderstood. The headnche itself is not the thing to treat, for the reason that it is simply a symptom And is wholly dependent on the action of other organ?. Not infrequently the direct oause of head* ache js an inactive liver. If. you are troubled much with headaches, then try Chamberlain's Tablota, the reliable, tried, and truo liver "medioine that aets that or* gan right. Ono box is medioine for the whole family and costs but 1/6. Sold everywhere. Corned Mutton, guaranteed fresh, at E, FR03T'a-battoheryr2£d&lt;lb,caah.
Alleged Assault and Slander. Federal Senator Defendant LIBERAL ORGANISER CLAIMS £1000. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Alleged Assault and Slander, Federal Senator Defendant LIBERAL ORGANISER CLAIMS £1000. 'in No. 3 Jury Court on Wednesday, Albert Gardiner for alleged assault and and Mr Garlos (instructed by MeB8T Curtis anil Barry, a. ^1.". E. A Pnsev Orange) for the defendant The alleged slander was contained in +h« words "Who is this Stace Lloyd? He to only a drunken loafer," and were stated to have been uttered at an eloc^ n election^ at^l the assault was. alleged^ have oocuredon October 15 in a public the Liberal party, and defendant Senator in the Federal Parliament. With regard to the alleged assault, defendant paid £5 into court as sufficient satisfaction, and as regards the a'1®ged slander pleaded that he was not B^y Plaintiff, giving evidence, said that he was and had been for several years an organiser on behalf of the Liberal party. He had been an alderman, an acting Mavor, and secretary to the Public School Board of Newcastle. He was also a J.P. Ha went to Orange at tne J time oi the la...
Wattamondara. From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Wattamondara. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (From our own Correspondent). &nbsp; At St. Kilda, Dunedin (New Zea- &nbsp; land), at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. A. Buxton, on 7th March at 9 a.m., Edward, third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Warren, our esteemed &nbsp; local residents, was anited in the holy bonds of matrimony to Florence Mabel, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloxham, old and highly respected residents of Roxburg, Cen- tral Otago, the Rev. W. Perry offici- ating at the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attended by her two sisters, Hilda and Mercy, whilst Mr. Stanley Bloxham acted as best man. At the close of the proceedings the party partook of the wedding breakfast, whereat the usual toasts were duly honored. The happy couple caught the 11 a.m. second express to Christ- &nbsp; church on the honeymoon tour, which has extended to Wattamondara. We &nbsp; all extend best wishes and ...
Music and Milking. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 31 March 1911
Music and Milking. "They've found a new thing - for they've started to sing To their milkers;" said Johnny O'Donnell. "'Tis strange, I declare!"- and he turned in his chair To his wife on their farm at O'Connell. But the music, ye know' increases the flow- If this paper's account isn't garbled. While the sthrippings ye gain, if yer song ye sustain Will repay ye for all that ye've warbled. And if you are koind t0 your cows-do ya moind And if ye don't cuss 'em or cross 'em As smoothly as silk, will they let down their milk- Faith I'll try it tomorrow, on Blossom ! For 'tis I have the voice that is mellow and choice And all of the neighbours can tell so. So clear and so strong is the p0wer of me song That me cooey will carry to Kelso! But his missus remarked! Don't Johnny, be narked! &nbsp; But the matther's like this: I'll explain it: Ye can't do the thrick, for yer voice is too thick In spite of the fact that ye strain it- At Brady's shivoo, what a nice how d'ye do Ye made, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 5 April 1911
To be shouting "low price" and "Bargain Snaps" every day is: one ©f the poorest grades of merchandising. You don't expeot them to be true and / certainly there's a big doubt always .lingering Jn the-bact of your brain that bepau30 the price-has suffered, the quality has too. And moro often than not, you-are] RIGHT. HYAMS' hare ho bargain-bait to offer you except those absolutely " proveable " ones that coaie our way, once in a while or at Sale time. Bat what we offer yom what YOU do really want is consistently good ,value ,yaiue that is " WORTH "WHILE " coming for value that you know means the bedrock price and honest quality^ in whatever you wish to wear or use. WE AS LOCAL STOREKEEPERS OFFER THIS TO lOU AS T4OCAL RESIDENTS VAND WJv FEAR NO INTERFERENCE FROM SYDNEY MAIL ORDER HOUSES OR PRIOE CUTTERS, BKCAUSE WHEN IT COMES TO CUTTING WE ARE GOOD AT THAT TOO. I Come and Save Money on our "Worth While" Values. Where the Prices are always Lowest. COWRA' & WATTAMONMRA. mvsmsm. E...
Faithful Service Rewarded. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 5 April 1911
Faithful Service Rewarded. Messrs. Shackel 'Bros, announce in present issue that Mr. W. Clarkson, who has bson in their employ at Cowra and Grenfell for over fifteen yoars, has been admitted to a partner ship in the firm, -which will be styled Shackel Bros, and Co., on and after May 1st next, the date npon which articles -will be signed. To enable the now proprietary to start with a .fresh and up-to-date stock Messrs. Shackel Bros, are for ten days conducting a .clearance sale at cost prices (vide advt). We very heartily congratulate Mr. "plarkson upon his advancement, and the firm upon having recognised the lenethy seivice and undoubted merits of an ex perienced commercial man. " The writer has known Mr. Olarkson since his very early iufancy, consequently he feels that he cannot possibly say too much iu his favour. He has our very best wishes for success in his new role as part proprietor in' a well established business, which we feel sure will beneiit by the accession.' Including ...
Our Navy. The "Warrego" Launched. BRILLIANT WEATHER. — FASHIONABLE GATHERING. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 5 April 1911
Our Navy, The ^ Warrego " Launched BRILLIANT '.WEATHER. - FASHION : : : s ABLE GATHERING. Sydney, Tuesday. .. v"v ; * /jn'brilliant weather and to the accom paniment of bands aftdcheering o£ a vast concourse'of people, the first Australian built destroyer-" Warrego "-was suc cessfully-launched at Fitzroy Dock, at . mid-day. . . Around the spot where the launch took place-was a seething mass of humanity. Many distinguished persons being noticed, including the Governor-General, the State Governor, State Premier, Federal Premier, and the Admiral of the Australian station. iv'rs. Pearce, wife of the Minister for Defence, christened the boat as it loft the slips. Everything passed off successfully, th e boat gliding smoothily into the waters of Port Jackson, while the bands played the '?National Anthem." . 1 I)r, and Mrs. Roberts paid a flying visit to Cowra on Sunday last per motor, returning the same day. ' Don't forget that entries for the two principal events at the Cowia Easter race...