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SAVARKAR TRIAL. THE JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
SAVARKAR TRIAL. THE JUDGMENT. The name of Vinayak Damodhar Sav arkar lias been familiar for jiome years past to those who follow the course of the anti-English movement among a section of Indians (says "The Times.") He.is a Konkani Brahman, and came to tliis country to study for the Bar" at Gray's Inn in 1900 at the age of 24, hay ins previously done some journalistic ivorlc as a disciple of Mr Tiiak. He waa iisfocinlod with Mr Shyamji Krishnu vurina at India House, Highgate, * arid after Mr Krishna varma's removal to Paris he became the ..manager of the place. Tic took an active part in sev eral semi-public meetings at the Caxton Hall, Westminster, designed to stimu late arriong the young Indians here ac tive dislike of British rule. In the Summer of ISO!) Ganesh Damo dhar, his elder brother, was tried by In dian assessors and the Sessions Judge of Nasilc, Mr C. B. Kennedy, I.C.S., un der sections 121 (a) and 121 of the In dian Penal Code for sedition and wag ing war against the Ki...
How to Gag. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
How to Gag. A few days ago an employee ill an | implement workshop was attacked by a I mob of unionists and their associates, . and his jaw was broken. If all the non , unionists were thus dealt with, then by and-by there would be a " solidarity " outside and inside the cemetery. This is also the political method of the Labour party. Mr. Holman, Attor ney-General of New South Wales, ex pressed an opinion which differed from that of the majority in conference. His jaw was not broken, but a muzzle was tied over it. Mr. J. T. Packer, president of the Political Labour League in Prahran, hoped for amicable relations between employer and employed. He translated into words the allegory which is painted on the Eight Hours Banner-Capital and and Labour hand in hand. There fore, Mr. Packer was driven out of his office. If a member of the party will not yield his brain and conscience altogether to the will of the majority, he is de nounced and thrown down. He must be broken somehow-in his jaw,...
RODE TO HOUNDS AT 83. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
RODE TO HOUNDS AT 83. The Hon. Sirs Colvilc, of Dullington ! Hall, Burton-on-Trent, mother of the ' late Majpr-General- Colvilc, who com manded the Guards in the- Boer-war, surprised the members of the Ather- ' stone Hunt on .Ttiui^sclay (said "Lloyd's ' NtjvVs*' -on' January,;22)'... She. is eighty three years old, but-turned up mounted .on her favorite ,mare, which stands six- t teen hands, sitting as close to the sadd!e aidVas^sfrarght as~a .damself of IS-just 1 as she .tised to/.tsvcjnt'S' years ago. .-This j wonderful lady rodev after tho hounds ' with keen enjoyment,, and afterwards. ,(lei51nrpd^that1*she had much enjoyed the ' day's "sport. " ? . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
1 2 5 BKGAUSE JtN 18et. GOLD, (1) £75/-,, ^ (2) £70/-/- (3) £52/10/ (4) £26/-/- (5) £20/-/- &lt;6) £13/10/ (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. Write for Catalogue and Particulars. W'cJ PROUD,.^ 187Pitt S! Sydney Arlisl Jeweller & Hatton Garden Londoi\ At Last A Perfect Watch for The Famous Bushman's Lever. HAVE YOU THIS WATCH? It's a faithful servant nixl a truBty friend, nml has no rival at the prico for ACCURACY AND DURABILITY. Wo sell thousands of these watches; they aro appreciated because they will stand the wear and tear of active life, and yet keep ACCURATE TIME. Tha strong oxidised or nickel coso is fitted with a reliable jewelled movement, warranted to wear 15 YEARS. Every good fcaturo thnt a watch should have is pos Bossed by the Bushman's Lever. Wo are B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2d. ; The Best Advertising! Medium Published Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium.) LACHLAN ST WISHES to announce that ho has taken orer the above old established hotel, which be intends to conduct in an up-to-date -manner. Nothing but the Beat Liquors stocked. Gooi Billiard Tablo on the Promises Splendid Stabling Accommodation is charge of careful groom. IMFIiWL 4 80181, Kendall-street, Cowra Peter Links NOTIFIES that he has taken over the abore Grai-claaa and moat centrally situa ted hotel, and hopes to meet with tha lib oral patronage boatoivod upon him in the past. The hold ia up-to-dato in every par ticular, and one of the best equipped out side the metropolis. ~ BEST SFIR ITS STOCKED - SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. SPACIOT7S SAMPLE ROOMS. First-class Stabling and Attentive Groom. Every convenience neoosaary. HAVING embarked in a now lino of business, will henceforth bo pleased to welcome all his old frionds and many new ones-the more'...
Sporting. The Turf. YOUNG RACES. FIRST DAY. TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
I I Sporting. The Turf. YOUNG RACES. FIRST JJAT. TBIAL STAKES. Silent King ... ... 1 Tierle .... ... ... 2 , Amberness ... ... 3 Winner 3 to 1. .. ' * NEWMARKET HANDICAP. TJronim... ... ... 1 Ulmus ... . ... ... 2 Evens the winner. WERBIWA HANDICAP. Curragong ... ... 1 Sampson Brass... ... 2 Moregale ... ... 3 Winner 5 to 1. YOUNG HANDICAP. Graffcnot ... ... 1 Bran Jan ... ... 2 The Vanquisher ... 3 HIOHWEIGHT HANDICAP, \V Schooner ... ... 1 Billy Bee ... . ...- 2 Bed Tape ... ... 3 AUTDMN HANDICAP. Sampson Brass... ... 1 Brilliantirie ... ... 2 # * *? NEWBRIDGE. RACES.. Notwithstanding the disagreeable nature of the weather, there was a record attendance at the Newbridge races on Wednesday. Results: OPENIUG HANDICAP. Monaghan, 8.5... ... 1 Blumine, 9.5 ... ... 2 Queen Helen, 8.0 ... 3 3 to 1 the winder. JJAUH XVAUK. Amber Lad, 9.0 Kandy, 8 12 Fairy Maid, 9.5 2 to 1 the winner. N. J. C. HANDICAP Queen Helen, 8.0 Zeus, 7.12 Mouaehan, 8.12 HANDICAP TROT. Nellie Gray Wallace "Victor .....
Around the World. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
Around the World. Following brief sketch of the life of Mr. O'Malley, who is at present lectur ing in our district, may be of interest to on'* readers : He was born at Montreal, Canada, on February 9tli, 1873, his father being an Irishman and hi& mother of French descent. His eurly life was passed amongst the French speaking people of a portion of Canada, and this accounts for his still, retaining a strong foreign accent with a Yankee twang. In 1892 the principal athletic clubs of England, America, and Australia offered a championship belt and a purse of 20.000 dollars to the man who could cover 2000 miles in 1000 consecutive days, only one hour in every -24 bDing allowed for rest. %Mr. O'Malley and Jno. Lewis Fontein, 'the A Hstralian champion, wore amongst the 32 competitors who entered the lists for'the prize. This great feat ot en endurance was- accomplished by O'Malley, who vanquished all rivals, but j he was so prostrated in the end as to be wholly unfit for any exerti...
A Bad Taste in the Mouth [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
A Bad Taste in the Mouth It is anything but pleasant to awake with a bad taste in the month. This al ways arises from a disordered stomnck, and may be corrected by taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets immediately after supper. They cleanse and invigorate the stomach impri.vo the digestion and give one a relish for his food '.They are easy to take and pleasant in effect.
St. Peter's Debating Club. Syllabus for the Quarter. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
St Peter's Debating Club. Syllabus for the Quarter, i April 4.-Does the Cowra Show benefit the town ? 11.-Elocution Night. 18.-Should ladies have the right to propose mar riage ? 25.-Mock Trial .r-r Johnnie Walker. May 2.-M.S.S. Night. 9.-Which is the happier period of life-before or after 21 years ? 4 16.-Impromptu Night. - May 23.-Has the Cowra Govt. Experiment Farm just ified its existence ? 30.-Games, etc. June 6.-Are the girls of to-day as good as their mothers were ? 13.-Art Competition. 20.-Long courtships are hotter than short court ships. 27.-Banquet-The Corona tion.
Sporting. Cricket. THE SHACKEL CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
Sporting, Cricket. THE SHACKEL CUP. The above trophy has be^ wrested from the Youngites by a.&lt; team of Wambanumbanians. The latter took: the former at a disadvantage on Sat urday last, owing to the absence of ... Neal and Baker, who have been a tower of strength to the Young team throughout the Beason. The scores wero:-Yonng 141, Wambanumba i 172. Tha veteran Jim Rintoul with ! 35 to bis credit was top scorer for I the losers and G. Stevens (55) for the winners. For Wambanumba James took six wickets, Stevens 2, and Stewart 1, and the successful trandlers for Young were MoIIoy four, Plumb 2, Riley, Buckland, Baxter, and Hopkin one each. . * # THE'" TARAGALA " CUP. The Oowra weilders of the willow will make a vigorous effort to regain the above trophy from the Bathurst-. iaus on Good Friday, provided it is not in the meantime annexed by the . Orange team. Should the local men be afforded an opportunity to try conclusions at the City of the Plains the turf wicket may prove a...
Our Mails Alteration in Closing Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
Our Mails Alteration in Closing Times. Following table of tlio altered Mail i«r- ] v ice will bo found useful to business-1 pooplo i- S MAILS. * ( For Sydnoy, Batliuvat, Blaynoy, Carcoar, . Garland, Forbes, Holiuwood, ]Lynd hurst, Mandurama, Woodstock,. West villo, VVaugoola, and T.P.O West close daily, Sunday excepted, ordinary mail ' at 5.50 p.m. j! Kogistorod mail closes 5.20 p.m. Late ' foo lotters 0.5 p.m. Lato feo Jettors ! can be posted in Railway Brakevan up j: to G.40 p.m. jj For Koorawatha, Wattamoudava, T.P.O &lt; South, Young, Ilardon, Goulburn and i Melbourne closo at 2.55 p.m. daily, ji ' Sunday oxcopted. jj For- Young, 'l'.P.O South and Molbourno | ftlsa Koorawiriha, Guonetliorpe and r. (Jrenfoll at 8 p.m. daily, Saturday ox- I coptod. 5 For Canowindra ard Goolagong, Punday, 1 Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. Coacic MAILS. For - Canowindra, Bumbahlty, Gronfoll, : Canimbla, Forb ;s and Goolagong closo' , at 7 a.m. on Tu jsdays, Thursdays until Saturdays. For Burr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
\mm TMMESJJJ, WHISKY. In their determination to retain jPublic support by fair trading, and to increase their turnover by offer ing only&lt; a high-grade Whisky, Messrs. R. THORNE & SONS, ID., caution any who substitute to the Public bth,er brands of Whiskies in Thornes Bottles. DALGETY & CO. LTD.. Agoats. MB R. A. B ^SUR-The Eminent Vienna Optician, may be consulted at the IYIP.EIUAL 110TKL, OOWHA, SATURDAY, MAY 6tb, 9 am. to 6 p.m. AHE YOUR £YES RICH r ? There are so u.au different forms of ej" ^roubles and BO many variations of these dif feiont forms, that you owe it as a duty to yorirself to take advantage of tlie very bep* Optical service yon can possibly secure. You now have an oxecllent opportunity of doing EO, as during his coming visit to your town you may / CONSULT MR. BASSER The Vienna Optician Free oi Charge He is Cully equipped with all tlio newest and best of scientific sight testing appliances- including the Ccrnea Ophthalmiscope, the first in ...
VITRIOL AT A DANCE. DESERTED WOMAN'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
VITIUOL AT. A DANCE. DESERTED WOMAN'S REVENGE. . Dancing was in full, swing in a cafe, at .Sutton-in-Ashfleld; Notts, on'; Tues day morning (says "Lloyd's /Weekly News" on January 6) when the merry makers suddenly heard .agonised cries, and saw a young man covering his race with his hands. He was Samuel But terworth, a collier, nn.l was suffering from the effects of vitriol, thrown by a young woman named'Mary Eimnia Rad ford. When the police arrived, the young woman surrendered, and confessed. She is pretty, and was smartly dressed when she was brought up at the Mans field.Police Court later in the day on the charge of causing' grievous bo Illy harm. Sergeant Gillings said that when ho arrived at the dancing hall lie saw But ierworth with' the left Mde of his face apparently 'badly,burned, and his left feye injured. The officer asked the gi'l what, she had thrown, and she replied, 'lit is vitriol," at the same time pro ducing from her. dress pocket a small bottle half full of a blac...
GOULD-DECIES ROMANCE. ENGAGEMENT DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
' GOUIJ1)-I>ECIES ROMANCE." ENGAGEMENT. DINNER. To celebrate, the engagement* of Miss Viv/en Gould to Lord , Decies, . Mr - and . Mrs George Jay -Gould pave a dinner last night at their.Ncw-York mansion;' followed by a'dance (cabled^the New .York- correspondent of the' "Daily Telegraph" on Januarys 20). ,lt was n : "brilliant affair,..anil attended by 140 guests well representative of American society, including many names,.. clucdy -of^.N-ew.-Yorkers;-wclKknown -on- both: sides of the Atlantic. "The, decorations. i.woue^'beautlluM tout, unpretentious. The dining-room, with its pale green-t'.nged , walls and hangings, was adorned with iriauv.e and yello'w- .orchids, .and- . ropes ^of/green with 'orchids intermingled were - suspended from the ceiling. The guests .were .seated at!two long tables, upon which were tall vases banked at their ? bases with orchids £; and filled - with mauVe .orclilds- and: lo'ng.-sprays of yel low orchids. ? * "?Mr Gould and Lord Decics were at the Habl...
RAILWAY DISASTER. PASSENGER TRAIN. DASHES INTO GOODS WAGGONS. ELEVEN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
RAILWAY DISASTER. ; " PASSENGER TRAIN. ' . ' DASHES- INTO GOODS WAGGONS. ELEVEN KILLED. Eleven lives wBrelost In'an appallins disaster on the Taff Vale Railway near Pontypridd on Monday, morning. Ave other passengers suffering severe injuries, said "Lloyd's News" on Janu ary 29. A passenger train from Swansea clashed into the rear of a goods train at Hopkinstown Junction, and the front coaches were telescoped. Most of the victims whose names appear on ~the death-roll must have been killed at once, but two or three were left lo .lin ger' on for a few agonising minutes till the weight of falling timber and wreck age crushed the breath out of their bodies. Both the injured passengers and the crowd of helpers were spared the hor rors of Are, so dreadful a feature1 of most railway disasters, as only quite recently instanced by the Aisgill Moor holocaust. Among the dead were three miner leaders-Messrs T. George, T. Harris and W. H. Morgan-all on their way to attend the Miners' Conference ...
THREE WIVES. BIGAMIST'S DENIAL OF IDENTITY. "AUDACIOUS PERJURY." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
?THRISI3 WIVES. BIGAMIST'S DENIAL OF IDENTITY. "AUDACIOUS PERJURY." A bigamist attempted at the Old Bailey on January 13 to escape punish ment by denying his Identity. \3ut (says the , "Daily Mall") the Common Ser~; geant characterised his statement as the most audacious perjury he had over heard . In court, and sentenced him to eighteen months' hard labor. The prisoner was Ernest ICeslngland, alias Ernest George Poppy, aged 29, a clerk, and he was charged with bigam ously marrying Elizabeth Goldsmith. Evidence was given that in 1899, at West Bergholt, Essex, the prisoner married a woman named Holland in the name of Ernest George Poppy, and that in 1902, at Wimbledon, lie married Miss Goldsmith in the name of Kesingland, eventually deserting her also. The prisoner said his name was Kes ingland, and he denied that lie was the man Poppy, married in 1S99. He first made the acquaintance of a person named Ernest Poppy, he stated, at Nor wich in December, 1896, and in June of the followin...
HOME OR PUBLIC SCHOOL? BOY'S SIDE OF THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
HOME OR PUBLIC SCHOOL? I -. BOY'S SIDE OF THE'QUESTION. ;(By DESMOND COKE, in the "Daily Mall."). " j It Is very motherly to hug one's boy close to one, mistrusting the whole' ?world, just as It is very modern to at tack all institutions; so that "A Modern Mother" is laudably true to her double ;type. It will, however, be a calamity to youth and to England if many parents i find In her impassioned article, "The ; Fetish of the Public School,"1 In. the ."Daily Mail" of Saturday last, that ex- j cuse which they have.. secretly always desired for keeping their sons'to them selves, exposed to a Healthy "home in fluence" until fourteen. Loyola remarked: "Give me a child up to the age of seven, and whosoever will may teach him afterwards. He will always be my pupil." j Here is the mother's- opportunity, to use her influence. From the very day that her baby, which at first (to every one but her) seemed a mere sleepy piece of breathing flesh, becomes a per sonality he must have one great Id...
THE DOORWAY OF TOMORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
THE DOORWAY OF TO MORROW. By MARGARET CHUTE. Shall we never solve It-the. Mystery of To-morrow? | Behind that hingeless, keyless Door way, guarded by the Keeper of the Future, crouches Something-a Beality, ' or a fathomless Mirage; we ltnow not which. Nor shall we ever know. I What is To-morrow? ] The finest Mirage in creation, the ever-visible, never-attainable Land of Delight. The Quicksand upon whose pulseless body , men have--staked their Souls, only to have them sucked under into the whirlpool beneath. "It will be j all right-To-morr6w!" You have said, hundreds of times. And so have I. Lashing our faith to a Shadow, we whisper, "Let us leave It-till To-mor- I row." And there may be no To-mor- I row. Who knows? I What is To-morrow? > Something the Children of Men are ' ever seeking, never finding. Sometimes 1 for which we strive . and struggle; ! reaching it-only to .-find it is not there! For To-morrow, svhen we. know it, be- ' comes To-day! . ; , It is ever a Mystery, elusi...
DOCTORS BAFFLED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
DOCTORS BAFFLED. All aged .people should read tbie remark able letter from Mra Patience Thomas of Belmont Rood, Geelong, Yio. "Last win ter I gob a frightful cold on the lungs, and, being 81 years of age, the doctors refused te subscribe for me, Baying that at my Bge tbo medicine would be dangerous ; but, hnowiDg that Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy bears tho Government analysis showing that it contain no poisons or naacotics, 1 tried it ,« and three bott'es were the meads cf giving mo back my catural health. I am so old now that I oannot use my pen, so am getting my niece, Mrs. E. Wylie, to sign this." Sold everywhere.