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A Useful Thing. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
A Useful Thing. Our 21/- Telescope is a very useful thiug ' to have about the house, whether in town ; on the farm, or on the station. A good ,; telescope would save many a long ride 10 i see if the ga'e'H shut, or the fence is ? down, and many other necessary things. We can supply a very fiin* 3-draw Black .Japanned Telescope with lirst-class lenses lhat will give you every satisfaction for 21s. Others 10/G 15/-, 35/-, 40/-, post free, fro'n ANGUS & COOTB, Opticians, George -street, Sydney. If you do liot think our Tailored ready-to-woar suits, or trousers sepa rately. are quite good enough for your very best (but a!l tho samo wo think they are) they will do for your socond best, and wo will make your best suit or trousers to the fraction of an inch, and with a degrea of perfection soldom equalled in tailoring. Our tailors liavo a cutter who givos a " sit" with a fit, and that smart distinctiveness that be longs only to skilful cutting. Call at G. Bollinger & Co 'a....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
All run down, easily tired, nerv ous? And do not know what to take? Then go direct to | your doctor. Ask his opinion ' of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It con- 1 tains no alcohol, no stimulation, ' and is a blood purifier, a nerve j tonic, a strong alterative, an aid i to digestion. Ask your doctor , about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sar- j saparilla as a strong tonic for i the weak. Ayer's Sarsaparilla i Prepared by Dr. ]. C. Ajer & Co., Mats., U. S. & ; I C. B. SANDERSON," ARCHITECT, Late, of Butkrcb Brarhhaw, Architects Melbourne. GOWRA. May be consultod at the (jENTENNIflli yaiiii £. W. Warren, ©OWE0U [A CARD] Ce»tifiec3 - Midwife. General and Massage. c/o MRS. 110SS, Vaux t'trCfteb, Cowra. . 6. B, Douglas Macdonald, lion. Ophthalmic Surgeon to Orango District Hospital. MAY bo consultod at Orango or B.ithurst Orange-First and Third Monday to Saturday of every month, Bat'nurst-Second and Fourth Monday to Saturday of overy month. Kite-st., Ofange. 'Phono8S MISS ETHEL WYNDHAM Teach...
Bathurat Show. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
Bathurat Show. Tho trotting evonts on the splondid half milo track at Bathurst aro alwayB Bttractivo, but this year will bo con siderably more so on account of tho attempts to bo mado on tho record es tablished by Fritz nine years ago, by such noted champions as Donbor Huon (record 2.15J) and Ribbonito (2.10) and others. The track has buen carefully pre pared for whattrotting men say will provo to be tho fastest racing yot soon in the State. Tho farm trophies.will bo worth going a Ions way to soo, and will eclipse anything yot staged. In live stock, poultry, otc, tho Bathurst Show next week will bo very strong, and tho ex hibits of high standard. xVs an indication of tho quality in tho blood horse section it may be mentioned that tho winners of champion honors at tho last throo Syd ney shows will compete. In the morino | Bhedp section many first class animals ! will bo pentiod, including one lot of 4.0 I from one of tho most noted breeders in j tho Northern district. A special tiain...
ECHOES FROM THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. Behind the Back of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
ECHOES FROM THE SEVEN TEENTH CENTURY. Behind the Back of Parliament. By an English Statesman. "Were the principlo of implicit obedi once established, tlio influence of a cor rupt Government, and. a factious Opposi tion, would not be less industriously ex ercised than it is at present; but would be exercised in another place. It would be transferred from a scene of action whore it is exerted on agents who are invested with conspicuous public func tions; who are responsible for the dis charge of their trust; who are watchod by tlio whole nation which they repre sent; who are impelled by prido and tho love of reputation at least, if not by bet ter principles, to keep themselves politic ally puro; who have tho most ample op portunities of intelligence; who arc little exposed to be hurried away by sudden phrensy; to agents obscure, irresponsible, sorvilo, ignorant, and unstable. Every borough and every county would exhibit the picture of a porpetual general elec tion. For, although the p...
1200 DOCTORS [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
1200 DOCTORS A notable ^nthoring; of. medical 111011 from the glue! provincial citieB:of Eng land and Wales took place at the Bovril factories-111 Old-street, London, on 26th Januarys L9J1.. Over 1200 doctors avail ed'themselves of the invitation issued by ;tlio, Earl lof JEvrol, K.T.,-:vC.B:, - to ansppet 'tlie model premises 111 winch Bovril is pre pared. A'fow well-known medical men iiWcrb presont by'spocial invitation, includ iinjj'Sir. Horatio Donkin, F.KiC.P., Sir "Wil liam'/-Taylor, K.C.B., M.D.y-Sir Alfred ^Pearco Gould'F.B.C.S., D. Nicol8on, Esq., C.B,, . M.D., Sir Dyco Duckworth, P.K.C.P.j Sir. Alfred Keogh, K.C.B., M.D., Sir William Bennett, I'.K.C.S. Tho visi tors- were conducted iu parties over the factories, and wore greatly impressed by tho cleanliness anil brightness of this voritable palace of industry, as well as by tho remarkable scientific cquipmont which enables the company to turn out so many millions of bottles of the well known concentrated food annually. Thr...
AT THE SIEGE OF LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
AT XHB SIEGE OF. LUCEKOW. ; As a speciihon of -the cunning and skill with which the; rebels directed their Are., tho following instance will serve: Upon a. cloclc tower surmounting a gateway 'which commanded the Kesideuey, an ju rican sharp-shooter established himself, with a rilie and telescope. There he sat perched on high, watching most patiently until vlie saw. a man in an exposed posi tion, when a little jet of smoke would is sue from the loop-hole of the tower, and tho object of liis aim would stagger and fall dead, or desperately wounded. This happened so often that the artillery, weie desired to throw shells at the tower for the special purpose of killing tlio marks man. A shell was thrown, and a little ring of . smoke showed that it had burai just over the place where the negro was in the habit of standing, and yet immediate ly after a rille ball catno whistling as. usual from tho loophole. Another shell was thrown, and another, all with the same result. It seemed as If tho...
TRUE TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
TRUE TO DEATH. "Carton," In the "Bulletin":-"Slowly and silently bite laid tho white/ lifeless form in tho place that liad been prepared for It. Tenderly and gently she rose, and gazed for the last time on that which she had borne. Mute, dry-eyed, alone, l'or a short space she leant over tho little round ed body that was X'ast growing cold. Sud denly those who were near, all uncon scious o£ tho scene that was being silent!/ enacted within a stone's throw, were dis turbed by the our-splitting, heurtrending shriek that echoed through the stillness of that early summer's morniiij,'. -Again there was silence; then a sucund shriek; then shriek upon shriek. Hastily yetting into my slippers, I rushed in my pyjamas to the spot. 1 raised, the lll'elesR little body, carried it to the house-and had !t fried with somo bacon for breakfast. Tho old spotted hen had done hor duty again."
A PATRIOTIC REFEREE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
A PATRIOTIC REFEREE. . Dan ' Rcidy, - the Muldoon "slasher,!' had been 'matched; against; a black man,: and on llic evening of the contest^ ex citement reached fever hoat. The affair was under tho control of a countryman of Dan's,. who filled the dual . oflico -of rcferoa and timo-kcepor. Boforo tho first round was half through, tho black, got in a swinging right-handor,V which sent Dan to tho floor with, a thud-and thero ho lay. '. .* ? Tho roforce jumped into tho ring, watch in hand. "Sure, Dan/.', said he; "you're not out, man!" and gavo him a-push with liis foot.% , Then, looking . over his shoulder towards, tho audience ,ho shouted out: ' 'One!'' Then slowly, and with emphasis', ho ?? continued adjuring tho Irishman: "-Bo jabers,. Dan, will yo git up? There's vcr peoplo all hero, brothers and cousins; and" all. Yo'll not lot them sqo yo beat. ; Two! Dan, for tho luv of Hivon,; inan'j 'tho nioney's on., yo! ' Kiso, now, ye son of a witch! Bcgorra, it's not 'out' yo aro. Three! S...
TRAGEDY AND COMEDY. A Missioner's Story. life in East Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
, ' TRAGEDY AND COMEDY. A MlSBloaer's Story life in East Afrioa. In an address at Parramatta, the Rev. Geo. Burns (the M.S. missionary) from Nalrobe, British East Africa, gave a graphic description -of the conditions un der which mission work was Being carried out in that part of British East Africa, whero lie had been laboring for some years past. He explained that owing to the Crnel and Distressing' nature of the slave trade carried on by the Arabs,"'with the aid of their dhows upon the sea, the British Government de cided somo time ago to put a stop, so far as was possible, to that trado In human beings; and the vessels of the British navy in those parts mado it a practice to overhaul suspicious-looking craft, and If slaves were found on board to liberate them, and place them under the care of the mission authorities at Freretown. These slaves would often be hundreds In number-men, women and children-ta-* ken from different villages and districts, scores of miles inland, and brou...
Department of Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
Department of Agri= culture. t On Monday evening, at the Agricul tural Societies Conference in Sydney the Minister for Agriculture thus ex pressed himself with-regard to Mr. Sutton's resignation: " Personally, Mr. Trefle is confident that the present Government is Beized of the needs of the department, and of the relative importance of Agricnlture. In referring to these matters yester day, and to the loss of Mr. Sutton by j his impending departure to West I Australia, Mr. Trefle staled that soon after taking charge of the department, he realised that several of the expert officers were either underpaid or were j men, who, measured by their salaries, ' were unfit tor the position they | occupied. He came to the conclusion : that some of the officers were un- ! doubtedly underpaid, and recognising ; the work of Mr. Sutton, in particular, I he decided to improve his status. With that object in view he wrote a minute some weeks ago appointing h^m Relieving-Chief Inspector of Agricul tur...
FOGGED SENSES. Filling In the Forms. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
FOGGED SENSES. Filling In tlie Porma^ ' SilitI tho H'bcrnian house holder, looking at his census cards, "this niTn'"\vw lone enuff t0 ^ke mo of it 1 "l to do about it at all knows" B X'd 1 nm 3f tho soul of mo "tw^ ^ko" repjsod his better half, that s aisy. I J1 mix ye up some flour pasto, and ye can stick a bit of paypor forninst it, d'ye sec?" ^ w.'^VlV"!n?"» yu'ro a jooel," replied Miko, brightening; and then in lareo round Jotters ho wrote: "Michael Pat rick A Joys ms Joseph Murphy" on a piece cut it vith to biicxo knife, and pasted it, like a lonrr TJ'°" lT8"0" "Suro that nnmo ortor toll thim I'm not a femalo wumman; but thini poor ga tho'!^ ^)lUe ' lma ll°T Then camo the date of birth, and with T, i. ?y ,, dI'nlI"«d inquisertive," he wroto down -J5 or thereabouts." . is Jt married, widowed, divorced, or never .named 1 am?" said he, reading tho next query. ' ® "Put down married, av coorso," TO themCrn^r''[1Fft' b'1dlil?g; "the idea av h.m Gov mint fellies inferring that I'm nro...
A SOUND SLEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
A SOUND SX.EEPER. On Friday nip-lit last one of the circus men decided to put in the night in the ten tent on the show ground. Early on Satur day morning a sub-committee of three ar rived for the purpose of taking down the tent, when they saw a man rolled up anJ sound asleep. The pulling down of'the tent was commenced and completed, also all tho chairs, tables, etc.,. were arranged in consignments to bo sent back to thoBO who had kindly loaned same. Yet ho "arms of Morpheus" strongly held the' man, and it was not until one of Ills mates came along and aroused him that he le alised his position, lie looked quite dazed and surprised on awaking to find that tho tent had disappeared, and he was having what might be termed "a sun bath." "Western Poet," Mudgee.
CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
CHAPTER XIX. As the result of his interview with Miss Devereiix the same afternoon, Stamvell returned to London more de termined than fever to unravel the mystery connected with the million aire's disappearance. In the. face of recent events, Red grave's courage returned, and he made up his mind to take up his quarters at Deepdean Hall for the present. Miss Devereux and . her mother could stay on if they wished, or they might leave; he did not intend to in fluence them one way or another. - From what had. just transpired, it .was plain that his uncle had been 'effectually dealt- with, and was in all probability, despite Hermann Dough ton's duplicity, safely secured, in ac cordance with the plot arranged pre viously. ' * Jf this were so, and present indica t.ons seemed to point conclusively in that direction, then it would only be come a matter of time before he would be in a position to prove his uncle's death, and claim his vast wealth. Encouraged by these prospects, he took himsel...
THE CROXFORD MILLIONS. A Strong and Absorbingly Interesting Story. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
31 Strong and Absorbingly Interesting Story, E CAMERON MORRISON. AUTHOR OP "The Strange Case of Air. Fenwick,' " The Man with the Withered Face, "An Image in Wax,'' etc. CHAPTER XVIII. "When Burrell made the startling disr.overy in the dining-room of Deep dean Hall, he, as already stated; gave instructions that medical assistance I be obtained and the police summoned, . and messengers, eager to fulfil these missions, were soon on their way to the village. A doctor was quickly. in attendance, being followed shortly afterwards by the local police-ser geant and a constable. ' "The lady is' dead," whispered v Burrell in a hoarse voice, as the doc tor entered the room. Kneeling down beside Miss Dever eux, he hurriedly examined her. i "Not quite," he said; "carry her out , into the open, and we may bring her round." t ! Meanwhile, Stanwell aiid Redgrave j had, upon the suggestion of the doc tor, been taken away from the heated room, and placed on rugs outside in the hall, the door of whic...
Issuing Permits and Remuneration. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911
Issuing Permits and Remunera tion. Recently Mr. A. B. Burgess (secre tary uf the Bathurst JPastureB Protec tion Board) wrote to the Chief Inspector of stock to ask whether the Board would be in order in remunerating Mr. J. M. Paul, of Orange, for- his services as acting-inspector for th^ issue of per mits, etc. At the last meeting of the Board a reply was recoived to the follow ing effect : "Mr. Paul is not required to issue trarelling statements, i e., to fill the same up as permits; The posi tion of acting-inspector for issuo of por rnits is an honorary appointment, and it is not considered advisable to establish a precedent by paying for such services as the expense, if generally adopted, would be very cosHerable." Of course the expense would be very considerable; but as the work in Orange is very con siderable, why should Mr. Paul or any one else be expected to do' it for nothing. It is quite refreshing the way a Labour Government, which preachos s.o much about the laborer being...