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WONDER OF THE WIRE. TEN MESSAGES ON A SINGLE STRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
I ? . - WONDER' OF THE WIRE. TEN MESSAGES CW A SINGLE 5 STRi^XD... ... , . r I -Experiments have . jus(ti(-.beoir com-; ? pleted at Florence, befdre a'.large-num ber of'experts, with a nefc-' apparatus' , for:.multiplq telegraphy; The apparatus is the invention of Corracio iSridrcinl,; a . well-known Italian engineer, and "was constructed by Louis Maino, the: chief of the techninal; bureau of the Italian I State telephones. ' . : S-\. The Morse alphabet is; used, and/it' is possible to send more than ten tele I grams by one line at the samefime. Each touch of the operator, causes i a blade to vibrate which is tuned tot a certain sound, and this transmits to tjie line alternate currents of high power | and of known and invariable periods:. I The currents transmitted ;by-;tho I blades disconnect themselves at the»re 1 ceiving station, and by means-of spe ? cial mechanism associate themselves ? with different Morse instruments. "^Ac cording to the length of the sounds | transmitted by ...
Abreast of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
Abreast of the Time3. - Recognising that in these days of hustle and bustle business men who desire to extend their connection must keep pace with the times, Messrs. Davits and Bellamy, auctioneers, have purchased an up-to-date motor car, which should reach them in the course of a few days. Other of our business men will doubtless soon follow suit. The day is not far distant when storekeepers, butchers, bakers, and other , providers will be compelled to have motor vans for the delivers of goods in outlying I localities. i
Serious Driving Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
Serious Driving Accident.. Mrs. Grenoger, wife of Sergeant Grenenger, in charge of the Forbes police,, station, was severely injured on Saturday j afternoon. She was returning from Civno- j windra, having paid a visit to her dying j mother. When between Eugowra and Parkes the horse was frightened by a motor bicycle, and bolted into the scrub, overturning the sulky. Mrs. Grenenger and her brother, who was driving, were both thrown out and badly injured, the lady's life being despaired of.
Just a Reminder [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
Just a Reminder Lesc yon forget, to support local indus try, by always asking your grocer for our soap. Dou't put off with hi^h price city lines. Fancy paying ten shillings per caso more for soap that only passe sthe name standard as the local article by law ? Was,anything so absurd ever heard of. You would not do it for other lines then why for soap?*
P. A. and H Association Secretaryship. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
P. A. andH Association Secretary ship. Intending applicants for the Secre taryship of the Cowra P.A. and A. Association are reminded that applica tions must be in the hands of Mr. F. J. L. Dunlop, the Association's president by noon on Saturday, 15th instant. The salary the position carrieB is at the rate of £100 per annum with an allowance of -610 per annum for additional clerical assistance.
For Men Only. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
For Men Only To day wo linvo flying machines. It' makes no wonder what DGxt is possiblo. To-day thoro aro thousands of men who do not know the perfection reached by scientific cutting in tailoring. It ia such that ninety mon out of a hundred can bo perfectly fitted with tailored ready to-wvar clothes, if cut by the right cutter. Tho others wo can mako Sarnients for. Wo have tho coats with shaped backs, long waist, and all tho latest details of fashion. Tho trousers with a taper and Btylo of oxclusiv-o liess. Tho suits from 38s and trousers from 10s Od show tho bone fit- you get from our cash trading policy. Soeing is believing, call and-seo a coat tried on at G. Zollinger & Co's., Cash Traders in Men's Wear ONLY (nest : door to Croploy'e Boot Stort>) Cowrfl.*
Building Operations [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
Building Operations The difficulty osporienced by loca1 1 builders and contractors in securing (.killed workmen lias beoti the moa is of vory seriously retarding tho pr gj >88 of qsiito n number of buildings. U® )er existing circumstances our builders are loth to undcrako fresh contracts. Tho great lack of labour referrod to is not by any moans singular, as many others ai-3 also complaining. The country could readily find profitable employment , lor shiploads of artisanB just now.
An Opportunity [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
An Opportunity i An opgort unity for the residents of Cowra to obtain skillful eye tn-atuient in i the form of spectacles is allorded by the regular visit of o^ of the principal tefrae tiouisis from MFSSUS ANGUS & ( OOTE, 492 i'forge >t., Sydney. . his lirin is now , recognised a-t the leading Opticians in this 1 State, having gained this high position by j b r ightforward dealing, and engaging only I highly qualified experts to attend to your . eye troubles. Our expert may be con sulted FREE of charge at the Imperial Hotel cn Saturday, May 13th and .-unda . 14th, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ]f your eyes trouble yon don't fail to see our expert on tin- uiiove-date*. ('anowindrH, li >.yd's Victoria Hotel. Mou.iay, May 15th, from 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.in
Today's Auction Sales [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
x Today's Auction Sales Davis and Bellamy (in conjunction with Bedford, Taylor, and Weston, Ltd.,) will offor sale at 11 a.m. today 75 head of horses, which include 50 head of 3 to 5 years old useful draughts. At 2.30 p.m. on the same day J. Peisley will auction tho whole of Mrs. C. Gwilliam.s furniture and eftects at her residence, .Railway street, also a tipdray, 3 sulkies, Bellows, anvil and vyce.
CATTLE. THE STUDY OF PEDIGREE. ASSISTING THE BREEDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
CATTLE. . THE STUDY OF PEDIGREE. ASSISTING THE BREEDER. Taking into consideration, tho great increase in recent years in the ranks of breeders of pedigree stock, drawn from all classes of agriculturists, both great and small, the question arises: la pedigree sufficiently studied? The study of pedigree means a large amount of research, and it is a great question if three parts of our pedigree breeders over go into the matter of pedigre at all; that is say, they never take ihe trouble to take down their Herd Books and trace out all the different lines of blood represented in the pedigrees of their cattle, tracing out the breeding right through of the sires and of the dams that appear in the list. If a breeder is possessed of a particularly good cow or bull, which is to all ap pearances much better than any of its immediate ancestors, it is interesting to find out, if possible, what there is in the animal's breeding to account for its superiority over its parents and grand parents. And...
FRUIT DISTRIBUTION. CALIFORNIAN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
FRUIT DISTRIBUTION.". . CAX-IFORNIAN JIETHODS. ?-California' has-proved -to - theu world the great value of the opening:: up and regulation of fruit markets.: Years ago, when -the' production of fruit began-" to increase largely,. the position of the growers : becamean- unenviable &lt; one. Enormous quantities of fruit were dumped upon the markets in a hapliaz7 ?and way,-with-the result that there was either "a feast or a famine " In con sequence of this prices, ivere most ,ic-> .regular, and on the whole so unsatisfac tory. : that- may fruitgrowers.;., had " to abandon., the industry. ..Eventually the ? growers formed - an associa tion " for the better, regulation of the supplies placed upon the markets.. The system that lias come to? pass is plalmed to be as perfect as could . be possibly imagined, and-the good 'that has resulted from it is said to be far in advance of all anticipations. Instead of some markets being over-supplied and others in a state of famine, as re ...
ROBBER BEES. HOW TO TREAT THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
ttOBBTSTS; IJKES. HOW TO TREAT'THEM * "For the first siv nocks or so after >;tbe-jclose->or:. the -:hone v Reason -(writes 'ii'Ncw Zon'landrexperty "robber bees are' particularly active, and everyoave should bo taken during: that time .to avoid;: giving , any encouragement '.to; thcni;,"It-is very-peculiar'that bees duri ins?, the .honey? season, .when theycan' go theiv.nectar .from iho pastures, ' will scarcely, take- notice of..saccharine- mat--, ter of any kind lying about. ;T have' 'frequently.seen.honey*'iti-combs': where -the' bees were1-'passing "it ivhen (lying to and Croiwithout their taking tlie leas;, .notice of it, butjdirectly. there is no nee-: tar ' to :bc -gathered, they seem . to go > crazy in;.their.'endeavoi' to 1 get :'at-'any thing' of a saccharine nature, and this excitement lasts; as Tshave: said;' about six: weeks.* The less;: the:ihives iaro mnn^. lpulated while the excitement .is on, the better, for it robbing, gets well ^started; it-is difficult f...
A Useful Thing. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 April 1911
A Useful Thing. Our 21/- Telescope is a very useful thing to have about (he house,, whether tn town ou the farm, or oa the station; A goad telescope would save many a long ride to see if the; gale U shut, or the fence is down, arid many other necessary things. \Ve can supply a very fin-* 3-drow Black J&p&uned Telescope with tirsc-clas3 lenses that will give you - everysatisfaction for 21s. Others 10/G, 15/-, 35/-, 40/-, posi'free, from ANGUS & COOTH, Opticiansi' George street, Sydney.