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Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
Clearing Sale. A clearing sale of course moans every- | thing has to bo cleared. Our readers i mast not not think hat it is an ordinary cheap sale. It is a clearing sale at less than half the price of what is generally . paid for the goods ; and tho reason is i that wo havo docidei to cease stocking Boys' Clothing, Shirts, Hats, Socks, Stockings, etc., and so givo all tho room for "Wen's Woar only Hundreds bought early ahd BO got tho sizos thoy wantod - most of the stock is sold, but if you try . at Once we might havo tho sizos you can do with. G. BOLLINGER & Co., (tiext Croploy's Boot Store) Cowra*. " The Tailored-rendy-to-wear houso." (f&r Men only). with Cash Trading vklues.*
Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
Cycling, A well attended meeting .was held at the Imperial. Hotei? on Monday.;' night,for the purpose of taking steps to form an Amateur Cycling Club. Mr. W. Trubody, -who. was voted to the chairj briefly explained the object of the meeting. After some discussion it was de cided, on the motion of Messrs. H. Robinson and N. Byall "Thataclnb be formed to be styled the 1 Cowra ' Amateur Cycle and Motor Club.'" ? Election of officers was next pro ceeded with and resulted as follows : Patron, Di\ J. E. Foley; president, Mr. P. Links; vice-presidents, Messrs; " G. L. Taylor, W. Trubody, T. Green, J. C. Byall, G. W. Lewis, Todhunter, Bollinger, and W. Riddle ; treasurer, Mr. N. "Byall; secretary, Mr. N; Stubbs. The following were appointrd a committee to draw up a code of, rule to eovern ? the - club : Messrs. H. Robinson, BvMonger, F. McClymont, B. Whittaker, J. Harvey, -and Thomas. The: secretary was instructed: to' ; write to the N.S.W. Cycling Union for rules, etc. - :. The meeting the...
Bathurst Show. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
Bathurst Show. Intending visitors to Bathurst Show are reminded that a special train loaves Cowra at 7,20 a.m. to-morrow, calling at all stations en route, by which cheap fareB will bo available, viz., 12s 4d first class, 7s 4d second clnss return. The train leaves Bathurst.at 4 45 p.m. on , the return journey. The show in the matter of exhibits and special features surpasses all former exhibitions, hence i there should be a record attendance. _____ If you do liot think our Tailored ready-to-wear suits, or trousers sepa . rately. are quite good enough .for your ( very best (but all the samo we think ' they are) they will do for your second best, and we will make your best suit or trousers'to the fraction of an inch, and with a degree of perfection seldom equalled in-tailoring. Our tailors have a cutter who gives a " sit " with a fit, and that smart distinctiveness that be longs only to skilful cutting. Call at G, Bollinger & Go's., Gash Traders in 'Men's Wear "ONiiY (next do...
MUDGEE RACES. FIRST DAY. President's Handicap [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
MUDGEE RACES. FIRST DAY. President's Handicap George Gun ... ... 1 Amherst Queen 2 Mazarett ... ... ' 3 Trial Stake3 &lt; Odist - ",... Mulga Mick ... ., --2, Lock Sloy ... . ... . . 3. Handicap - ' - &lt;' George Gun ... 1 AmhSrat Queen ... ... ,'2 Blargaroo ... ... * ^ '3 Bouse Handicap,. - . Mazarett .""'If JTheocin ; . ...- >-2 Gamp Guard ... ... 3 Coomoo Coomoo Handicap. " Banderoll .... ... ... . 1 Morea . ; ... ..." 2 Willuroon ... ... ... . 3
A Retrospect. (From the "Cowra Free Press" of June 21st, 1879.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
A Retrospect. (From the " OowraFree Frtss " of June 2ht,t879.) . ^lp-MYinday.MesflfsJwTi Wtist.' and ,T. Afkina, J,'s.Ps, werevkept'.'busUy en-" gasjedkfche ipntiro-.'day a^udicatingr :at the Eolico'-Gourt/i . . -^.-v Mr^psi 4 vlpsp^ctpr bay is ^arri'ved' heretowardfe s-the close,-of . last ..-week, his mission -being to enquire intd the ground® of objection to the removal of the local -postal business to Mr: Sloan's cottage. It is thought that if a letteA pillar is provided, for the re sidents in tho lower portion of^the town the chief objectors willi.be. satis fied, 5& i*. % Complaints in respect. to the jpis ehievous pranks of. larrikins are rife; and, (tat vokeS to suppress same. Mr. Crown . Linda Commissioner Whittingdale Johnson conducted a court of inquiry at tho Court House on Thursday with-respect to conditional' pui chases and 'leases, and 'diipotffid , of & leiigthy list of -cases. . > At a meeting of the Church of Eng land Committee of control, which w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
Mr. Blackman menliimt in a Utter j "Booker Sown is, .perfectly .safe 1 at jar at fire it concerned. I have , i Jar at fire been using it where thi grass it. like tinder without causing fire, and I think it it the bent rabbit poison I haw. used ytL" W. M. SOMEEVTLLE, Inspector of Stations, .. . "Bank of N.3.W. Eiifoft BrM.', T/to., Sydney,
Philharmonic Society. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
! Philharmonic Society. COMMITTEE MEETING. . The committee of the abovo body met op Friday night last, when there were present Mr. A. Lano (chair), Mrs. Roth well, Messrs. Arey,' Ellis, Henry, Cal lagha^, Stewart^ and. Howell (hon. see.). OrUtbo '.m'otibfi of'-MessraJ Oa'llaghan '-torid Ellis,' the correspondence, as road, was received. Accounts, totalling £l 12s 8d, were pft8sed for payment, on .the motion of Messrs. Callaghan and Ellis. ' The' resignation of . Miss Kathleeh Miller, as pianist, to the society, was received with rogret. On'the motion of 'Messrs. .Callaghan" and'Arey, it was proposed that a record be' placed in the minute book, 'o tho valuable assistance rendered to the society "by Miss Miller. The socretary was alsj instructed to write to Miss Miller, conveying their thanks. It ttas proposed by Messrs. Callaghan and Henry, that Mr. Hal R.vall Be ap poirited to fill the vacancy on committee caused by the resignation of Miss Miller. /; * ' " ' Proposed by Messrs. Call...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
WISHES .to, inform the residents and tliose of the surrounding district that they have now On hand, a grand assortment of AUTUMN and WINTER MATERIALS to select from. £3 15s : OUT ANY STYLE YOU REQUIRE. Can. satisfy the Most Exacting. - ALL WORK HASD - MADE OH OUR OWN PREMISES. Suits Cleaned and Pressed/ etfual to New, TftY 6nE ,pp ifife £3 ISs- SUITS, and you will bo delighted with your " bargain! Fit, Style;'Workmanship Guaranteed. S. Herns. LATE C. A. FIELD The Lmdinc Tailor KENDALL 8TREET, OOWRA; Club House Hotel. T. 4MM i DESIRES to intimate' that he has taken ! over the above hotel from Mr. Monaxhan, and will henceforth- be pleased to Welcome all his old friends and many new ..ones-the more the merrier-at the above well icnovrn and splendidly equipped hos telry; where the comforts' of a home can be relied on. . . " Come once and your continued support j s 'assursdi.vfNothing.butjthe Choicest and. . very 'Bpufc.in sellar and larder. CIVILITY & ATTENTION GUARANTEED, Sfrct...
Another old Resident no More. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 26 April 1911
Another old Resident no More. &nbsp; Mr. Edward John Copson an old and &nbsp; much refpected resident of the town &nbsp; succumbed on Saturday to biliary calculus, a complaint of four years standing, followed by peritonitis, the latter only preceding his death by about &nbsp; 36 hours. The late Mr. Copson was a native of the district, having been born at Back Creek 60 years ago. He leaves a wife and grown up family of six sons and five daughters, the youngest being fourteen, to mourn the loss of a good husband and father. Our sympathies are with the bereaved ones in their bitter hour of grief. &nbsp; &nbsp; The solicitor nctiug for Georgo Gray, tho young Australian billiard champion, states that Gray never en gaged to play E. Digglo, the English ' professional, and that Gray repudiat es any engagements purporting to be made on his bohalf by John Roberts. "HEATING'S POWDEll, destroys BUGS, FLE^IS MOT US, BEETuKS, and all other insiots, ...
The Bishop of London on "Life after Death." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911
The Bishop of London on "Life after Death;" The world of ideas moveB quickly nowadays. Wo remember being told when our minds wpre on enquiry I bent, that anything about the af ter I death stato could not bo definitely I known, further that it was' never, meant to be known,; and never.Would be known. Since that time, however, j much has been put before us, more or' less worthy of credence, that has somewhat shaken the foundations of-, tho'old dogmatic assertions, and. we . now, find in the London Daily Telegraph, January 30th, 1911, this outspoken opinion., of no less ,a theological export than'-the Bishop of London : There was no subject on: which Christians were so mistaken as that of death. Death was mistaken' for' the pain which sometimes precedes it. Being born iiitp-another 'world ' ( was probably like being born into this'. The supposed horror of death was;founded on nothing more" than a' deliision. Death -was an incident. that took place ..in a continuous life, and the idea t...
A Disappointed Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911
A Disappointed Judge. Signor .Dattillo Itubbo, the judge of the Fine Arts section, at the Bathurst show in the - bourse of an interview with a representative of the " National Advocate, " was par ticularly rough on the, exhibits which he had before him.. . ? " I am- greatly disappointed with the .Fine Arts," said the- Signor.. " Bathurst is a specially attractive city. You have a lovely sunset, mag nificent hills and scenery, all of which specially appeal to the artist. But I am s.Oiry to say from the display of painting at the show, your have no true artists hei'd. Even in the-classes for professionals the work is of a yery ieferior .nature. In the amateur classes, there is 100 much ambition to try and paint subjects, when a true artist's1 .knowledge is indispensible. It is essential for a, strident to learn to drawl first and paint afterwards. The "display of the students, however, shows that they:caniidt draw, so they start^d'StCi' paint. Tne consequence is that their work is ver...
Around The District [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911
Around The District (BY CECIL' POOLE;;) " Let a fellow write of the little things lie knows." Leaving Bolong, I found Mr. J. W. Berry hard at work in one of his paddocks. Aftei -a yarn, -we -ad journed to the house for lunch. Here again was great fertility of soil, but no' hope of cultivation till the rails come. Mr. David Roche of Glengarry was away but Mr., and Mrs. ,Jas. Dorsett hospitably enter tained.' me for the night. All through here is potato and lucsrne land, lying ' idle, because it .iB fifty miles from a railway. '* ; By the way, Mr. Dorsett's name attracted tne. You see, Poole is in Dorset. .? Last year, 1 met a man named Stroud farming in ;the Dubbo district and he came from Dorset.' Now Sfcroiid.is a town in Gloucester shire, frcfm' which I 'come" while Poole is in Dorset-from which he came. No ! 'pon me word, haven't had a drink to-'day. Read it over, carefully and you'll see it too. Had a stumpy-tailed yarn with Mr. P. R. Balgowan and went on for the night to kind,M...
Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911
J Markets. Messrs Schute, Bell and Oo., Ltd,,. report under date of 24th April:-Our' London agents advise that all -section,-i of the trade, except the American!,' continue .keen operators, which woul 1 appear to denote extensive require ments everywhere, and- fairly strcng cor, - fidence in the present level of'rate3 being maintained. We look for pre valence of keen demand at next month's sales here,'especially as a fair, quantity of hew clip will then be available. Our sale dayis fixed.for the 9th May, when we will offer a small, catalogue, compris ing, however, a few' lino of good to superior scoured and greany; Messrs Badgery Bros., Sydney, re* port that sheep supplies at Flemington are'increasing owing to the dry weather in many parts of the State, and altogeth er prime sheep and lambs aro soiling, fairly well, plain sorts are worth .more ^ Ynoney for stores." At Monday's SaliYs ] Messrs, Badgery Bros., made some good." price amongst others being up to 14s 3d for merino ewes" a...
Important Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911
Important Clearing Sale. | On Thursday last Mr. U.W. Muggridge j conducted an important clearing sale on a/c of Mr. P. Whitty at Darby's Falls. There was a good attendance of buyers and spirited bidding ensberi. Following prices were realised :-1,400 crossbred i sheep at 10s 4d ; Merino wethers from 7s to 9s 8d ; crossbred weaners 8a 7d to 9a; horses from £7 to £30. (
You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911
You See Them ? If you are not a bootmaker, yon can't Good boots embody something more than style' and iinuh. It's the material yon want, and it must be made up.-by good workmanship;.1 All VVALKOH BROS' Boots are thoroughly examined by a fiwtclass Bootmaker> before they are pnt on oar shelves_for iale. We also pay attention to stylo and comfort. Pat quality with prk« before bnytng elsewhere.*