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CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

CHAPTER XX. It was dark when - Redgrave reach ed London, the night being one of rain and wind. In the station yard he hailed a hansom, and getting in, told the driver to take him to 22 Corin thian-terrace, Bayswater. "If he is there, by Heaven!-but he shall not escape me," he muttered over and over again to himself, as he was borne swiftly along through the storm. . 6 A neighboring clock was striking the hour of eight as the hansom drew up m front of 22 Corinthian-terrace in the upper window of which a faint light was visible. Quickly paying the driver, Redgrave rushed up the few steps leading to the front door,, and gave the bell a suc cession of pulls. His face still wore the same terrible look, and as he stood waiting for the opening of the htened Ills grasp on the loaded stick which he carried. he had by his treatment or the bell shown his impatience, it was sorne considerable time before the door was opened. i IIermann Doughton at homo? he demanded of the girl who stood holding...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

CHAPTER XXI. It was late when Redgrave left tlie house In Bayswater; Outside there was no perceptible abatement In the tempestuousness of the elements, a circumstance which was well in keep ing with the conflict of emotions which raged within his own heart. His mission to Doughton's room had not only been a failure, but had also brought him face to face with a dim. culty he had not counted upon-tho unexpected death of Montoll, who, as one of the confederates in the plot connected with the millionaire's dis appearance, coi.ij.cl no longer, be eouut ed upon, antThe was trusted most of all by Redgrave to accomplish what had been designed. As he stood outside-in tho drench . ing rain, undecided what his next step should be, a sudden idea flashed across his mind, an idea which he at first repelled, then upon calmer con sideration, decided to^carry into ex erVon. Iu his, interview with Mrs. Martin, he had used every endeavor to dis cover the future Intentions ot Dough ton, who, with the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

CAUTION. THORNES 0.H.M. . WHISKY. In their determination to retain Public support by fair trading, and to increase their turnover by offer- j ing only a high-grade Whisky, Messrs. R. THORNE .& SONS, LD., caution any who substitute to the Public j other brands of Whiskies in Thornes Bottles. DALGETY & CO. LTD.. Agents. VW'WVVVVVVVVyvVVVVVVWVVVVVVVVVI/VVVVVVV'VVVVWVVrti'VVVVVVVVVVV* MRS A. BASSER-The Eminent Vienna Optician, may be consulted at the IMP.ERIAIi HOTEL, COWRA, SATURDAY, MAY 6th, 9 am. to 6. p.m. ABE YOSJli EYES RICHX ? There are so mmi different forms of eye troubles, and so many variations of these dif ferent forms, that you owe it as a duty to yourself to take advantage of the very beat Optical Bervioe you can possibly secure. You now have an execllent opportunity of doing no, as during his coming visit to your town you may j CONSULT MR. BASSER , The Vienna Optician j Free ot Charge-. * ' i He is fully equipped with all the newest and best of scientific ...

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Our Mails Alteration in Closing Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

Our Mails Alteration in Closing Times. Following table of the altered Mail ser ice will be found useful to business people: TBAIN MAILS. ' or Sydney, Batliurst, Blayney, Carcoar, J Garland, Forbes, Holmwood, Lynd hurst, Mandurama, Woodstock, West Tiile, Waugoola and T.P.O West closo daily, Sunday excepted, ordinary mail at 6.50 p.m. Begistered mail closes 5.20 p.m. Late fee letters 6.5 p.m. Late fee letters can be posted in Railway Brakevan up to 6.40 p.m. For Koprawatlia, Wattamondara, T.P.O South, Toung, Harden, Goulburn and Melbourne close at 2.55 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted. For Toung, T.P.O South and Melbourne also Koorawatlia, Grconethorpe and Grenfell at 8 p.m. daily, Saturday ex cepted. For Canowindra and Goolagong, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. . . . COAOII MAILS. For Canowindra, Bumbaldry, Grenfell, Canimbla, Forbes and Goolagong close at 7 a.m. on Tuosdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For Burrowa, Godfrey's Creek, Morongla Creek close at 7 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

80RE EYE8S M0RF1!S'8 IMPERIAL EYE OINTMENT (lands unrivalled in the relief and astonishingly rapid Cure of all ailments >o prevalent at this season of the year. Dust, heat, flies, exposure to heat or cold, smoke from bush tres, fitc., bring in their train much suffering; od every household would do well to pro Are ft supply immediately from the nearest chemist or store. A little rubbed on the eyelids keeps off (lies, mosquitos and oilier ptfti. This should be noted by our readers, aod this time-honored remedy kept always at hud. Price 2s. of all chemists and stores, dt 2i,' 2d. by post from the PfcfprUlori, 40 Etarn Slrwt, Mvlbonm. . , ,- i . (30RDNER, REYNELL & Jo., Stock & Station Agents, Sheep, & GattJe Salesmen, MELBOURNE (481 Bourke-st. Bendigo. Rochester, Elmore, Suclmca,and Koondrook, MARKET DAYS: NEWMARKET, MELBOURNE Sheep and Lambs every Tuesday, Cattlo ovory - Wednesday. BENDIGO-Sheep and Lambs ovory Monday, Cattlo every Tuesday. ROCHESTER-Every ...

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Departure of Mr. G. L. Sutton. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

Departure of Mr. fl. L. Sutton. I --. Ifc will bo observed 011 referring to our business columns that the Mayor , has convened a public meeting for 8 ! p.m. on Tuesday next, at the Council Chambers, to determine what ' measures shall be adopted to recognise . Mr. Geo. L. Sutton's worth as a citizen and public officer. It is ; unnecessary, we feel assured, to dilate upon Mr. Suttons's good qualities and ! career of usefulness as a citizen since ; taking up his residence amongst us i to ensure a large attendance at the ' meeting,, because they must be apparent to every one. He has j been closely identified with the P., A. and H. Association, School of Arts, Farmers and Settlers Associa tion, and every public movement of importance upon all occasions, and he has ever proved by his actions that our farmers possessed no truer friend. As Mr. Sutton is due in Western Australia at the beginning of the ensuing month, whatever is to be done must be done quickly. Last night Mr. Sutton was ente...

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POULTRY. THE PROFITABLE HEN. HINTS ON SELECTING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

POULTRY. "THE RNOFITABIIE HEN. HINTS ON SELECTING. The meaning of the term "from ' a good laying strain" is only understood by those who have possessed fowls from strains entitled to this distinctive term, and then lost them. Amongst poultry-keepers (says the New Zealand Farmer") there are two classes to be pitied-those who under stand the management of fowls, anil who treat the birds us they should lie treated, but who, owing to having se cured birds of Indifferent laying strains, cannot hope to be sucessful while they ( have their present stock; and those who have good layers, but do not know how to treat them, and who, by overcrowd ing and indifferent feeding, are prevent ing profitable results. The former class are those who, in order to be successful, must clear their birds out and replace them by less really good layers. The latter would do well to set about alter ing their housing and feeding arrange ments without delay. 1 Too much care cannot be exercised by those who start ...

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WHITEWASHING. AN EASY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

AVinTEWASIlING. AN EASY. SYSTEM. People paint. and» pa per their homes to tnake them look better; ns well as to preserve the wo.od and plaster entering Into the-makeup" of the house. If bright ening the. Interior of. -homes makes any difference.''in. the .-comfort' anil / pleasure that.peopleLObtaln.tfrom;their homes, - it Is quite, reasonable;to; presume that.the hens, if a(.;all susceptible to the inilu-; encc ,of qomfort and .cheerfulness ? will ; (lnd greater- pleasure in a house that has been- brightened by. a ' good . coat of ., whitewash. - , Our readers (says; the ''Pacific: Homo?, stead," ? America)' have ,"lieen . admon ished from1time to time to whitewash their . hen .houses," and many' would: tackle the job if tKey knew just'how to prepare the wjish.. Then, too, there is a matter,:bfi applying the ' whitewasli, that bothers a'good many. - The old brush system- would oeeupy' the't irne < ot the average; man ,or woman ; -.for the greater.-jm-ft of two or three d...

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OPERATION FOR ROARING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

.OPK.I5ATIOX l-Dll 1JO.V1UNG. A corresponrtent'Oiiv ir'reeent num ber of the "Murk Lane Bxpress" "s'nys: "At ono "of : the .shows 'recently .r-Nvas' asked if I had heard anything -about' ? a; new operation 'forjlhe' cure "of ' whis-; , tling and roaring. which ihas.just: been;! triOd. 1* was toldvsuccessfully,- and I see no reason why It should not he successful;' In Hh<>;sixties there Ava.s U 'good deal of talk about tiring for roaring. "I believe a French "?veterinary.-: sur geon initiated the ^practice, but. I um not quitR:certain,.and it is a long time v to. rem urn ber.. I.<:kno w, WO" tried ?< i t,, but 1 do not tiling it did any good. The horse It was tried on; was thought to be a slight whistler,' id as lie got stroncer after a severe ajttack of the strangles he grew better in his wind. . Jly own impression was that ho- was always so.und,. though he'-'niade a,fic> uuliar nol'se at tjmes"'and that " "W»h also the opinion' of .the/. exper...

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UNPLEASANT FLAVORS IN EGGS. EFFECTS OF FOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

.;'XJNPIjEASANT"'.l?lIjAVORS:;.lNj:;KfSGS. EFFECTS OF FOODS. :-' Ono often henrs'peoplc complaining that>esgs which are undoubtedly .new.l .laid "arc .possessed: of an : unpleasant'! fliivor. '-It' is no uncommon:thing.forrthe.i seller of new-laid eggs to be dial longed ?>' with-having supplied something that, Is old and1 stale;';whereas,i.\as ?la.jniatterC-of .fact; the ieggs supplied": havc. beeri . per fectly flush. It is well known that cer tain foods give k ^particular .flavor to eggs, and (says a "nliter in an English paper)'there is," no.ijetter illustration'of, this thanicani-b'e: found»':by: ,giviiig-fowls^ some of the flsli meal which is &old*-for feeding purpo'ses. ;- This, fish meal has been known to , give a ' distinct/-fishy, flavor to the eggs produced by poultry that have been fed upon it for any length of time, , Precisely the same, thing would be noticeable If you weie to feed poultry on h diet-largely-nonslst'ing of onions;.; tho; onion flavor would,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

Return Thans MR. B. T. CANNON and MRS. M. M. BYRNE and Family desire to return sin cere THANKS to their many friends   (particularly Mrs. L. Harris, of Spring Vale for kind sympathy during their recent sad bereavement.

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Death of a Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

Death of a Pioneer. Inexorable death has claimed an other of the grand old pioneers of the western portion of our State, in the person of Mrs. P. Murray, who passed to the Great Beyond on Saturday last, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Winters at Condobolin. She deceased, who had reached the age of 78 years, left Orange, about 6 months ago; after a residence of nearly half a century in this district. Prior-to coming to Orange she lived on the Lachlan River, of which her late husband, Peter Murray, was one of the sturdy pioneers. Mrs. Mur ray was born at Maidstone, Kent, and left England, when about ten years of age, for Australia. The following mem bers of her family deplore the loss of a good mother, and a kindly, generous soul: Mrs. Winters, Mr. Peter Murray, Mr. Frank Murrray, Mr. Tom Murray, all of Condoblin. Mrs. Gillespie, of the Gladstone Hotel, Orange, is a grand daughter of the decased lady. Orange "Leader."

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Notes and Notions. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

Notes and Notions. | Jack Lester, Tommy Bums' protege,' j who is to meet Bill Lang in' Sydney - ? next month, has arrived in Sydney from * . New Zealand. . v r The bay gelding Morok, which, has been racing at various Western centres, was sold last week for 65 guineas. HiB destination is West Australia. f A quiet wedding took place at Parkes last week, when Miss Violet Quick, second daughter of the late Mr. W. J. Quick, of Orange, was married to Mr. E. Mulligan, of 'Kia Ora,' Peak Hill. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Parr.     Two well known residents of a town not a hundred miles from Cowra had rather an unpleasant experience en route to Sydney. They were travelling by motor car and had. reached within six miles of Bathurat when they met with a breakdown which necessitated a \ reversal of positions viz., their propell ing the vehicle instead of being propell ed by it. Maledictions on their fate doubtless releived the monotony of the i weary trud...

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Morongla Creek. (From our own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 April 1911

Morongla Creek. (From our own Correspondent) A phenomenally heavy storm passed over the Southern portion of Morongla on Sunday afternoon, the downpour of hail and rain being somewhat in the nature of a waterspout seeing that the area of operations was very circum- scribed. Great damage was done to fences, etc., one old resident, Mr. Rowan, being a particularly heavy sufferer in that connection. Morongla Creek came down a banker and inundated the low lying land. On Monday morning the hail was still lying several feet deep   where it had drifted against the fences. The H.A.C.B. Society's ball in conse- quence of the sad death of Mrs. Ben. T. Cannon, the secretary's wife, has been postponed indefinitely. It was to have eventuated on May 5th. The annual Mechanics' Institute Hall ball, which is to. be plain and fancy dress, is to take place on July. 4th.   Our farmers are still busy ploughing and sowing. Some of the early sown cropB are now (veil above ground. I...

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Sporting. The Turf. GOOLAGONG RACES [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911

The Turf. GOOLAGONG BACKS The above meeting took place on Friday under pleasant weather; 1 con«" ditiona. *Tiio attendance wis quite up' to. previous- meetings. Thefields were Btrtall but the racing on the,whole .tfa's ' fiairly good. The various officials were kept i,oing attending to their respective duties. The secretary, Mr.' Jaa. Bytnes, to whom the success of the meeting is mainly due, is deserving of great praise for his untiring efforts. Following are the results : Opening Handicap of 8 sova ; 6 furlongs, Warline . ... 1 Survival ... ... 2 . St. Elmo ... ... 3 Betting: 3 to 1 on Warline, eveiifl Surriyal, 5 to 1 St. Elmo. Handicap Stack' Race of 4 sors; 6 fur* longs, ' Mandagery ... ... 1. .. Mogong ... ... 2 Warline ... ... 3 Betting: 2 to 1 on Mogong, even* Mandagery, 2 to 1 Warline. Qoolagong J.C. Handicap of 12 sovs 12 mile. I Warline ... ... 1 Marvel Lawn... '.i. 2 Betting: 4 to 1 on Marvel Lawn, 2 ts i l against Warline. Handicap Scurry of 3 sovs; 7 furloDgs, Gunwale ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911

Farmers can (for cvih) get good Coined Beef at PKOar'8 batQhery,,at ^Os tier. lOCtba, GBlba Udt 2§lbs 6s.

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Australia's "Unbloody" War. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911

Australia's " Un bloody" War. (BY FAEMEK). Vote YBS and prove you are Aus tralians. * Mr. Deakin, K.C., Mr. P. Glynn, late Attorney General,' Mr. W. H. Irvine, K.O., Mr. L. E. Groom, K.C., and some I of the present High Court Judges have ' advocated the alteration of the Consti tution. *' . ' ' * ? * Mr. Groom advised South Africa to have specific powers defined in words as "general as possible," in regard. .to "trade and commerce." Messrs*. P« Glynn and W. H. Irvine stated, that; interstate Free Trade was not justly operative without the Federal Parlia ment had the power to regulate condi tions of labour, and make.them uniform. Remomber that the Federal Parlia ment in America' has not the power to deal with trusts, unless it proves that their: operations extend behind the lim its of a State. We have a copy of the American Constitution, with all its I faults. . ???? ,v; * .. .* In America only 25,000 families, or one per cent of the people,-own more', than half the wealth and 54 per...

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Telegraphic SYDNEY, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911

Telegraphic SYDNEY, Tuesday Wheat, firmer, 3s'4d to 3s 5d, chick 2slid to Sis Id, wbeaten chaff 3s 6d to 4s 7d, oaten 3s 5d to 4a, ex Gowra passed at 4s. London. .While the mail steamer Asia was feeling her way along the coast during a , fog, it was wrecked;' 200 miles south of ; Shanghai. - All the passengers and orew ; wore saved., .Wireless messages sent by : the. wrecked steamer were picked up by a passing boat, who weut to her assist ance. The s.s. Charles Poisaht foundered in a typhoon yesterday, while on her way to Manille. Fifty passengers on board, including one Amorican, perished. Ten miners are reported to. have been killed by an explosion in a mine at Virginia, U.S. Bombardier Wells defeated Ian Hague for the heavyweight championship, i Hague was knooked out. in the sixth round. The Tyser liner Indralema collided j with the steamer Tromper off Dungeness, Kent. White the Tromper was sinking the crew climbed up.the ropes thrown from the Indralema. Mrs. Wilesmith, a promine...

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Carcoar. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911

Carcoar. Thq season's conditions around the Carcoar district are so far shaping in a satisfactory manner. Grass and water, are still plentiful, and stock are all in good condition. During the latter part of "March and early ' part: of April, a sliortagj in rain occurred, and farmers were Some what hampered in their ploughing : work, but a fair amount of rain fell on. Sunday week last, and this enabl ed them to again take the work in hand, and they are all busily engaged. Much new ground is being sown, and the area to be placed under cultiva tion this year will show a large increase on that of last year. Potato-digging ' is in fall swing, and large yields are being obtained. Diggers generally are being paid 7d per bag, and owing to the heavy crops, are making good money. The scare that- was created in the district a few Weeks ago by the an nouncement that blight had made its appearance has somewhat abated, as close inspections . have again been made of the district crops, and no trac...

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A Western Station Sold. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911

A Western Station Sold. John Bridge and Coy., Ltd., Sydney, report having just sold for Mr. J. S. P. Newman, his Gerara Station, near Bourke, containing ? an area of 43,146 acroa, together with all stock'and plant at a very satisfactory .cash .price, the purchasers being Messrs. Crossing.

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