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Sale of a Wheat Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 5 April 1911

Sale of a Wheat. Farm. ' Messrs. John Bridge and Co., Ltd., j Syduey, report having Bold for Mr. Edward Culnane, his "Yarra Glen" wheat farm near Germanton, com prising an area of 1,000 acres free hold land, at a high figure for cash. The pai chaser being Mr. W, L. ! Warby.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Men's Hat Store. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 5 April 1911

Men's Hat Store. I hare is a talking window of Men' | llats next dcor Co (Jropley'3 Boot Store, $ (Jowru The prices ma-ked on the hats j upesk of thu ralua given bv cash trading aa adopted by G-. MOLLINGER & Co. If you have not; benefitted by cash trading why not start now*

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 5 April 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 prico of what is generally paid for the goods ; and the reason is that we have decided to cease stocking 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 onco wo might have the sizes you can do with. G. BOLLINGKK & Co., (next Croploy's Boot Store) Cowra^ " The Tailored-ready-to-woar house." (for Men only) with Cash Trading: values.*

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A Useful Thing. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 5 April 1911

A Useful Thing. Our 21/- Telesco-.io is a very useful thing to have about the house, wlwther in town on ibe farm, or oa the station. A goad telescope wou'd save many a long ride 10 see if the gate is shut, or the fence is down, and many other necessary things. Wo can supply a very fin" 3-drow Black Japanned Telescope with licst-class lenses that will give you every satisfaction for 21s. Others 10/6 15/-, 35/-, 40/-, post, freo, from ANGUS & CooTH, Opticians, George street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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TRANSCRIPT OF A MAN'S SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

TRANSCRIPT OP A MAN'S SOTJL. A- wrlter In "Current Literature" says: '.From the heart and brain of a soli tary brooder lit-Paris, a musician, so it is said,- by n'ame"Romain R'oliand, lias come a, marvellous transcript of the soul ? of modern^' man.' It * is entitled 'Jean Christophe,' and is iriTthe form of a noveb eight hundred thousand words long. Only seven of the-len volumes that,compose it havo yet appeared, but already it is pronounced a-masterpiece. Accounts of the book written by George Moore and MrsVon Ende for the London .World' and tiie New York "'Times Sat urday Review' make it clear that 'Jean Christophe' is i)rimarily a record, of ar tistic and spiritual endeavour; 'lit its apptal is universal! It is as;,.'.vail aa human' nature 'itself.":

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

1^ " . ?' . 74 ;>i^s ?>;'To bo shouting "low prico " and ; Bargain Snaps" every day , - ? is one of the poorest grades of merchandising. You don't expect them to be true and *. ..certainly there's a big doubt always lingering in the back of your brain that because the price has suffered, the quality has too. And more often than not, you are RIGHT. .H YAMS' have no bargain-bait to offer you except those absolutely " proveable " ones that come oar way once in a while or at Sale time. Bat what we offer yo*.--what YOU do really want is consistently good value-- ' v.vuo that is "WORTH WHILE" coming for vi'ue that you know means the b, I rock price and honest quality in " wh itover you. wish to wear or use. WE AS LOCAL STOREKEEPERS OFFI5R THIS TO YOU AS LOCAL RESIDENTS AND WH>. PEAR NO INTERFERENCE FROM SYDNEY MAIL ORDER HOUSES OR PRIOE CUTTERS, BECAUSE WHEN IT COMES TO CUTTING WE ARE GOOD AT THAT TOO! Gome and Save Money on our "Worth While" Values. M. Q. Hyams, Where the Prices...

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HOMELY FARE. DISHES FOR LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

HOSIELY FARE. - , x DISHES FOR LENT. To avoid tedious repetition-in the or dinary Lenten fare is one of'-the- cnief difficulties before the-cook.-at-this- sea .son. The regular alternation, of fish and eggs. eggs and fish, offers hardly enough variation, ~eM-ecially ,for^ those whose appetites need - to Ibe s tempted.'/ j. It ? is, therefore. desirable'4 to ^prepare some dishes,,however,.simple; ;that .will; serve: hs a change and break" the monotony j \vhichv characterises^ so ::much -. Len ten cookery. A few such' lecipes wil be found below. .' .'?y Consommeof'Whiting.-Take 6 whit-; 1 ins, 1': onion;- 0 cloves, 2 carrots, 1 stalk ,.'celeryi:vl bundle lierbsV-l doz. white pep-. iftpercorns,:tho';Whites and shells of 2 eggs, uSapints-i water,'or. weals-fish stock,; and Vjj lemon. Fillet the fish, wash the bones well, break them up, and put them into ? ai saucepan with the vegetables, herbs, -two :of-the..fillets cut up, and the water, and boil them slowly for two hours or /more;-Str...

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WIT & HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

WIT & HUMOR. "I wish I was twins," said Willie. "Why?" "Because then' I'd send the other hall ot mo to" school, and this halt would go Ashing." Bella : "He fell In love with her photo graph, and asked for the, original." Fred : "What developed?" Bella : "She gave him a negative." Policeman: Do you have to take care of the dog? Nurse Girl: No; 'the missus says I'm too young and inexperienced. I only look after the children. Friendly Adviser: "Why don't you marry tho girl? She's a real-pearl." The Other: "Yes, I know, old man, but I don't like the mother-of-pearl. Old Lady (rather deaf): Are you any. rolation to a Mr Green? Green: I am Mr Green. .Old Lady: Ah! Then that explains tho exlraor- ' dlnary resemblance. Employer: What? . You .-.want another-rise? You 'arc getting 7/- a week-, now. . Office: Boy: Yes, sir; but I'm engaged; now,' and . my .girl wants to be taken about r ' Hubby: ; Your:-/milliner's;*,bill? last . year "lias cost me as mucli'- as ^tho salary of imy two ...

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DIPPED VERSUS UNDIPPED LAM[?]8 ON RAPE. Significant Figures. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

DIPPED VERSUS UNDIPPED LAMB8 ON RAPE. Significant Figures. An Gxpcrimont conducted by Mr. M. A. McLeod, Manager of tho North British and Hawke's Bay Freezing Com pany's Pukotapu Station, Now Zealand, proved that lambs dipped in Quibell's non-poisonous Liquid Dip put on three pounds more weight in one month than others from tho same flock which were undipped. The experiment was made" with large lines, both lots being equal to start with. Stockings were unknown in Bible timet Literature lirst mentions thorn as having been worn in Italy about the year 1100. A local brass band was playing in tho square of an eastern Scottish town on a recent Saturday, when an old weaver came up and asked the bandmaster what the tune wns. ? , "That's the 'Death of Nelson'," solemnly replied the bandmaster. "Ay, man," remarked tho weaver, "ye liao gi'en iilm an awfu' death I"

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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EASTER SHOW AND DISPLAYS. To be Notably Illustrated. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

EASTER SHOW AND DISPLAYS. To be Notably Illustrated. It will not bo possible for everybody to visit Sydney at Easter and'witness, not only^the/lloyal Show, which will bo : a record, onoj but, also the shop-window displays ?_ of Australian, nuuiufactures which will take place during the week following. J3ut absence from the Moore Parle Grounds , and . from, tho; crowded .streets of Sydney will not prevent sub scribers to _ the Sydney "Daily Tele-, graph" having a _vivid idoa.Vof all that interests, :bntortains,: arid ! instructs tho public; r Splondid' as were the pictures of last year's show in tlia pages of the "Daily Telegraph," tlioy:will lie eclipsed this year. All tho important and strik ing/features will bo graphically repro duced. Indeed, much that the visitor will of necessity miss, for ho cannot bo evor^'where, will find illustration in tho "Daily Telegraph,"' as arrangements have been made for the photographic reproduction .of; everything that appeals to the eye, mind, and...

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"THE GLOBE." New Penny Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

"THE GLOBE." New Penny Weekly. The first issue of "The Globo," a weekly penny paper, published in Syd ney, April '1th, and circulated through out the State, marks an epoch in Aus tralian journalism. It is a penny pub lication that will make a prompt and permanont appeal to tens of thousands of country residents, who will wolcome a woekly journal packed with just the matter and the information they want for education and instruction. It will aim all the time at supplying the news, notes sketches, storios, life movement, episodes, and incidents that nuiko di rect for tho attention and interest of every variety of Australian, and not an inch of space will be wasted on an item that fails to meet tho test of spontaneous grip oh the reader. "The Globe" is not for a section of the pub lic; it is for the whole community, from the shepherd kings of broad acres to the latest struggling "cocky," from tho country merchant, banker, profes sional man, and stock and station agent to tho humblest t...

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MOTOR CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

MOTOR CARS. The growing popularity of good motor cars amongst country owners is becoming more apparent each week especially now that the inferior quality of cheap cars is boing discovered by their unfortunuto owners. During the past- few weeks 110 fewer than a dozen Renault cars wero sent to different parts of the country. Amongst thoso who have purchased such good cars as these are:-Messrs. Thompson Bros., Temora; Dr. Ellis, Manilla; F. 1J. Moore, Esq., "Walgett; J. 15. Thompson, Esq., Wyalong; J. A. Garry, Esq., Young; T. 0. Easterbroolc, Esq., Single ton ; C. H. Hoskins, Esq., Lithgow.

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BEHIND THE SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

BEHIND THE SCENES. If you want to seo what life is, intense, earnest, throbbing 'life, you must'go through a large and growing business concern, and see something ol its inner workings. And no firm will interest you more than one which has launched out on a broad scale, after confining itself to one particular lino. Wo havo just received the following chatty account of a visit to such a firm from one of its old customers: My wife and I have just roturned from a delightful trip to Sydney. AVe won't forget in a hurry the good time its warm-hearted citizens gave us. What astonished us most was the genuine interost displayed in us by our favourite business firm, Angus & Coo to. For years wo lutve dealt with this firm, but only the other day we actually visited it. It was a beautiful sunshiny morning when we strolled down George-street towards the Victoria Markets, opposite which we know we should find Angus & G'ooto's Jewellery Store. Aye had it in mind to purchase sever...

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Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. I Air S. A. Basser, the eminent Vienna Optician, holds the very highest certifi cates secured by actual examination in Viennn, Dresden, Berlin, Ijond< n und New York. He is also a quilified Master of the British Optical Association. Mr. Busser desires to irive the greatest pos sible number (lie benefit of iiis skilled services and makes no charge whatever for consultations, or for carefully testing the sight. His coming visit to tbis town otl'ers a splendid opportunity of having 'he eyes properly attended to, and all visual effects defects corrected. Sir. Basser bus devoted much . time to' the study of the eves of the young, and par« cuts should note this fact, and bring the children to him f«-r examination. A few minutes now may save great expense in the future. Mr. Bisser is sole agent for olie *' *o Kusy '' riwess classes-quits the aiost comfortable it is possible co get. Lrn employs no ageuts, and may bo con sulted iu person at the Imperial H...

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SHOCKED BY A SAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

SHOCKED BY A SAILOR. . A passcngor on a trans-Atlantic linor had an experience recently which was calculated to make her believe that a seaman is not apt to waste many thoughts on his personal troubles. The seaman who brought the traveller to this opinion had, the second day out, a fall which resulted in a bad cut on the head. She was most solicitous in her inquiries as to his welfare when she saw the captain that night, and would un doubtedly have continued her sympathy had not a rough sea called to mind her own suffering. Four days later, however, when she emerged, white and weak from her state room, she suddenly remembered the poor sailor. In the course of the day she encountered him, with a strip of plaster on his forehead. "How is your head?" slio asked, kindly as he passed by her, bent on some duty. "West by south, ma'am," was the reply.

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For Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

For Australia. (By The Hon. B, 2i. Wise, E.G.) It has been said that the Amend ments, if carried "will take away " a full three-fourths of the power" of the State " and that what is left in the shape of the other fourth is a " small remnant." The accuracy of this large statement can b» tested most satisfactorily by examining the pro posals seriatim. - THE TRADE-COMMERCE AMENDMENT. The first Amendment proposes to transfer to the "Australian Parliament full power® over all Australian Trade and Commerce. As the law now stands the Commonwealth can make laws in respect of trade and commerce between the States, but not in respect of that which is within a State. iJy section 98 of the Constitution this power is declared to include a power to make laws in respect of traffic on the S*ate railways between one State and another. WHY NECESSARY. Why is an Amendment asked for ? ' This it will be remembered is the first question to be answered in respect to each of the proposals:-Unfortun ately in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

N6RLAND NURSING. Applications by EmployerA come by every mall. NORLAND TRAINED NURSES take ehargo of Children from two weeks to eight, years. Appointments range from £40 to £60 in Now Zealand, Tasmania, Queens-, land, Victoria, and N.S.W. ; also travelling appointments.. Next Term begins in May. Apply for desoriptive pamphlet to the Foundress, SYDNEY NORLAND INSTITUTE Lower Fortli-st., Woollnhra. SMOKERS gUN SB eUREPI TOBACCO SPECIFIC Is a harmless vege table remedy that will make the user of tobacco in any form abandon the hnblt for good. It not only destroys the craving, the desire, th2 appetite for tobacco, but restores to health the entire ncrvoys system, and aids Nature in entirely eliminating the Nicotine, Poison from the system. FREE TRIAL. Bend 2d. stamp and we will post you a trial package of this grand remedy, and also our free booklet. Trial package often effects a cure. Mr. B. Smith, Park Farm. Jericho. Taa.. says:-"I was a hard smoker for 80 years, but since taking your...

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Bathurst Show. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

Bathurst Show. The Bathursfc Annual Show Carnival (the 49th) will be held On ; April 26th, 27th, and 28th, and ' preparations have been made for a j very big exhibition. The ring events ^ will be ot special interest, and several new items have been' added includ ing a potato race on ^horseback which has taken the fancy of the horsemen of the district, and / treading the needle race on horseback. The jumping contests are attracting the best horses from all parts. £50 is offered for the horse (trotter or pacer) breaking the record made by Mrs. J. A. Buckland's " Fritz " at the show in 1902, and it is considered that the , attempt to reduce the time (2.13 4-5) will prove to be the fastest trotting ( contest yet aeon in N.S.W. The | splendid half-mile track has been specially prepared for the many J events scheduled. The good season j exporienced will be reflected in the sections for horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, ponltry, farm, garden dairy, and orchard produce, &o., and excellen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

.BUSACOTT'3 SPECIALITIES FOR. 1 55rarru ^Wi;v 'S FARM & DAIRY CVOLOHS STEEL TUBULAR GATES Fall in line with the METAL AGE. " >(a lo entirely of mild steel tubing, galvnnized wire ttad tillable /'.uiags. FJUB PROOF AND UNBREAKABLE, Wti) mattahctuiQ auy iteo pte required. Gates znado rabbit proof bj attaching 3»; x lj x 17 wire netting. - Ash for Catalogue No. 10. 10 x 4, complete with fittings, 2216 F.O.B. Sydney. Wo also manufacture "Cyclone" Steel Galvanised* Droppers. Those will fit any feuce-.no special spacing required. 42 inch No. 0 sr. cost 8/8 per 100-only a quarter of the cost of heavy irou droppers-so that they may bo placed ftt much wore frequent*intervals of space, makiug n more effective fence. Write for Suecial Catalogue. 3 THE "JERSEY" MILKER A Universal MilKing Machine. Milks any Cow CLEAN. Simple and easily cleaned. Automatic ally controlled. Alternating pulsa tious giving control of pressure applied to either quarter of tho udder. Positively tlie quick es...

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A Reply to Mr. Wise. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911

A Reply to Mr. Wise. {By The Hon. Bruce Smith, K.C., M.P.) I Mr. Bernard Wise has began a I series of articles in your columns, in which he promises to explain the pro posed amendment* in the Constitntion, because, in his opinion, they are being "grossly and.ludicrously misrepresent r ed.'* I propose to answer those articles as they appear, and to show that Mr. Wise himself, either from innoncence or design, is assisting in I the "gross and ludicrous misrepres i entation" of which he complains" | Mr. Wise was, as he says, a mem ber of the Convention, and "has been associated with the Federal movement since its inception by Sir Henry Parkes in 1889." As a fact, Sir Henry Parkes began his work on this great subject twenty-two years before 1889, viz., in 1867; and as Mr. Wise evidently attachs importance to his association with the late Sir Henry Parkes, I shall answer his agnments, in the articles he proposes to write, oat of Sir Henry Parkes* own month. Mr. Wise has been out of Austr...

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