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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

To POULTRY RAISERS. Test your preient Agents by a trial consignment ta STRACHAN & RONE, 442 Sussex St., SYDNEY, Hich-clais Poultry. Egg and Produce Auctioneers. Best Auctioneer. Honest Returns. Weekly Cheque*. Turkeys .paofally wanted. NORLAND nursing. A Profession for Ladies, Do you Want to Travel ? If so, become a trained NORLAND Nuhbb. , , NOUTJAND NURPKS ko to Eng land, Ciiina, New Zealand, Tasmania, and evoiy p:irt of Austral in, with th'ir charges. Appointments £4.0 to £70 guaranteed. ;Next terms begin in May and August, Apply for descriptive pamphlet to the Foundress, SYDNEY N9M AND INSTITUTE Lower Forth-st., Woollahra. THE CRICKET BOOM! BeoretariM of Country Orieket Club®, and Oriokcteri generally requiring Qood* foe th« Oriakat Seaeos, qm MqaMtod to ceotsalt, eitiis verfceSy n ky letter, VICTOR TRUMPER AMD CO., Ttaa Expert S porta Depot & Alarcacy, 317 George. SL, SYKNEY. _ AWPAW Si AND PILES THE DIFFICULTY SOLVED. Piles are a most disagreeable ail ment, and...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

' Clearing Sale ' A clearing sale of course nieaii3 ovory tliing 'has to ho cleared. Our roadors must not not think that it is an ordinary cheap sale It is n clearing sale at less than half the price of what is genorally paid for tho goods ; aiul tho reason is that we have decided to cease stocking Boys' Clothing, Shirts, Hats, Socks, Stockings, otc , and so give all thorooin ) for Alen'a Wear only. Hundreds bought ' early and so got tho sizes thoy wanted- j most of tho stock is sold, but if von try at once wo might havo tho sizes vou can do with. G. BOLLINOEH & Co., (next Croploy's Boot Store) Cowro,- j " The Tailorod-ready-to-wear houso." (for Men only) with Oask Trading t frttltibs,*

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A TRIP TO THE SOLOMONS; OR, TWO MONTHS ON AN ISLAND STEAMER. PAPER III.. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

A TRIP TO THE SOLOMONS; OB, TWO MONTHS ON AN ISLAND STEAMER. (By S. N. HOGG.) PAPER III. . "Awake!" cries the Persian poet, "for Morning, in tlie Bowl of Night has flung the Stone that puts the Stars to flight.". Obedient to the old gentleman's commands, I rise from my berth, stand up on the couch, peer through the port hole of my-cabin, and at once know why the poet has thus early disturbed my slumbers. Hurrying up on deck in my pyjamas, for it is only half-past five, and no ladies are about, I am enchanted with the view; quite close, in front of us, on our sides and indeed nearly all around, are the Solomon Islands, calm, majestic looking and green, fringed with palm-trees reflected in the clear water. Higher up the mountain sides arc thickly wooded. Between our ship and the islands are_ reefs, which stand like sentinels warning the . mariner against too eager an approach to those inviting shores. But our Captain, wary and cautious, proceeds at half-speed. Gizo harbour consists of...

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A Warning to Scalers. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

A Warning to Scalers. Recently tifc the Forbes polico court Henry Briggs, IS, was charged with rofusiug to pay the sum of 18s for accommodation, supplied by F. H. Brooke, of the Victoria Hotel. De fendant pleaded guilty. Tho prose cutor stated, that his wife made a de iniaud on the accusod, who promiied to-pay during tho day. Ho had rea son1-to suspect that accused had clcared out, and issued a warrant for ?fliis arrest, which was effected at Parkea. - The Bench intimated that accused was -liable- to imprisonment for six mouths. On account of his youth and ignorauco, however, tho sentence' of tho. Court was that ho should be imprisoned :' iii Forbes gaol" for. throe days with hard .labor. Ac cused asked for the imposition of a fine, but tho Bench'said they had no option but'to: imprison him.

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WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH OUR GIRLS? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH OUR CIRUS? ? There is nothing of greater value to girls than their education. Whatever we do for them, we must give them a first-class modern education. It may be said that 'our father's succeeded in life without much education, but it does not follow that our girls will. We must oducate our girls to the highest .stan dard of our times-that is, if we are to do the bost_ we can for the future of our own children. Bexley Ladies' College, Sydney, is an established insti tution of learning for young ladies. There they receive proper training, and are watched and cared for with a mother's care. Young ladies need to set their whole time and attention upon the subjects of their education-that is, if they wish to excel in all their sub jects. This they often cannot do at home, because there are so many things which interfere with their continuous studies. _ They do not get proper hours of practice for their musical studies they are irregular at their school les sons ; ...

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For Men Only. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

For Men Only. To'day we have flying machines. It makes ua wonder what next is possible. To-day there aro thousands of men who do not know the perfection reached by ?scientific cutting in tailoring. It is atich that ninety raon out of a hundred can be perfectly fitted with tailored ready-to-woar clothes, if cut by the right ciUtcr. The others we can~mako garments for. Wo have the coats with shaped backs, long waist, and all the latest details of fashion. The trousers with a taper aud stylo of exclusire ness. The suits from 38a and trousers from 10s 9d show the bane fit you got from our cash trading policy, Sneing is believing, call and see a coat tried on at G. Bollingor <fc Go's., Casti Tradors in Mon's Wear ONLY (next' door to Croploy'a Boot Storo) Cowra.* '

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GREATEST. OF GUARANTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

GREATEST. OF GUARANTEES. No people are more progressive and enlightened than Australians, and no country is more careful to insure against risks than Australia. This fact is established by the world's insurance statistics. Keen and wide-spread in terest is, therefore, taken by our com munity in outstanding records in this connection. And the outstanding record just now has been cabled from London to tho general manager of the Ocean, Acn/ilent and Guarantee Corporation, Owan House, Moore-street, Sydney, as follows:-"At the_40th annual meeting of tho Ocean Accident and Guarantee Coipoiation, Limited, held in London, tho income for the year 1910 was re ported to have been £1,727,069. Tho balaueo to the credit of profit and loss account, after paying all claims and expenses, and including provision for outstanding claims, was £1,015,380; the reserves at December 31, £2,028,127 ; and tho total assets £2,320,098." Tho increases are:-Income, £190,948; bal ance, £182,124; roserves, £204,169...

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Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Horse Sale. Messes. Davis and Bellamy will sell at Cowra on Wednesday next, May 3rd, commencing at 2 p.m. sharp, 60'head of draught horses without reserve. The yarding will include 30 head of colts and fillies, 2 to 5 years old, broken and unbroken, in good condition, forwarded ) by Messrs. Phillis Bros, of the Northern Itivera, also 20 pedigreed, Now Zealand brod, colts and fillies, and one extra heavy draught stallion (certificated) specially selected by Mr. T. Hoult. Fanners and others desirous of securing good horses aro advised not to miss the opportunity afforded by this sale. There i will be some extra good stiul fillies and 1 colts, . geldings and mares, specially selected for the Cowra market.

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BUYING A MOTOR CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

BUYING A MOTOR CAR. "\Vhon buying a motor car, certain points should DO borno in mind. For instance, any make that sets the design of the world, and leads the way in quality and consequent output, always has a host of imitators. L. Renault, of Paris, is perhaps tho world's lending motor manufacturer, and his introductions-BUCII as best quality, high tension, Uosch magneto, shaft drive, direct drive in gear-box, Thermo-syplion cooling, and quite a number of other ideas-have stamped tho Renault as being the loading car. Counting on this fact alone, it is ob vious that to buy tho leading car is better than to buy an imitation. This article on buying a car will bo cpn tinued next week.

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Money in Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Money in Tallow. Just fchiuk oE it Mr. Farmer, you j can get 8s for a kerosene tin full, at i the Cowra Soap Works, Brisbane-at. I So come along aud support local in- ) dusfcry. Empty tins given away in r any quantity.* J

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Newsy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Newsy Notes. The sentence o£ Boris Senkovitch, the russian youth foand guilty of the Bonrke murder, has been commuted from death to imprisonment for life. The Government has also decided not to enforce the death penalty' ixi the case of John Thomas Biddle, sen tenced for having -wounded hia wife ?with intent to kill her at North Syd ney. Riddle has an appeal pending in the High Court against his convic tion, and if it not be upheld, the Gov ernment will then decide what his sentence shall be. A remarkable case of typhoid infec tion comes from Orange. Quite recently seventeen persons were admitted to the hospital suffering from the feyer. As everyone of them were a little while ago at a social gathering it is positively con cluded all got it from the one source of infection. While the third division of the West ern, mail was coming through Westmead on Sunday night, the passengers were startled by two'ahota being fired through one of the windows. The bullets entered the compartment on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2di The Best Advertising Medium. We are now shewing all our Indents of . AND CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO COME AND INSPECT. ... . The Arcade, COWRA fireatWesteroltotel __LACBLAN ST WISHES to announce that he has taken over the above old established hotel, which ie intends to conduct in an- up-to-date mannar. - Nothing but the Beat Liquors stooked. Soofl, Billiard Tablo on the Premises Splendid Stabling Accommodation in - charge of careful groom. HHWKftt 4 wm, Kendall-street, Cowra NOTIFIES that he has taken over the above first-olnss and most centrally situa ted hotel, and hopes to meet with the lib eral patronage bestowed upon him in the past. ~y. The hotel is up-to-date in every par ticular, and one of the best equipped out tide the metropolis. - BS8T SPIRITS STOCKED - SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. ] Firit-oiass Stabling and Attentive Groom. "Every oonvenieiice necessary. 1 WHY EVERYBODY READS THE! "EREE PRESS-" | BECAUSE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Telephone No 5 PROPRIETOR TUB abovu old and popular hoftelry ha been entirely rebuilt and ren ivateti throughout, aad the proprietor is now in A po*ition to offer to the Public the best Firat and Second Acuouraoda tion at Moderate Charges Spacious 3a nple Rooms TSLKfUONB No. 18; G. L Taylor & Co. PRODUCS MERCHANT Alt hind$ of Prsduoa Bought &nd Sold. All Orders promptly Delivered. A TRIAL SOLICITED. Note the Address : Macauarie -street, Oowra, tfe Sydney's Attractions - DURING -- SHOW - "WEEK While I livo I'll crow ~ ' Thoru'll bo many attractions to make money chin?o lianrta- many ways of spending it wisely and wint only. Tho caraful wife nnd the thrifty hu-bnnd will raiko ihe trip rr fitiblo, as well a> plea'tirabla, by lyia* in a gJoilly atnotc of Q-roeerie», Orookory. and Ibe many .otkor need*, which-tlieif,-will-, gecvirff-nt I.- MRAELM .MONEY-SAVING PRrCE.-1, which oreths mast ab'rajb''* in Sydney, "Flour hns riz," but wos'lllgiTo. our oustomfrg th» iwneflc ...

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Free Technical Advice for Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Free Technical Advice for Farmers." The International Hamster Company of America haB recently organised a Service Bureau, the purpoBe of which iB to supply to all enquirers free informa tion in relation to all sorts of farm problems. This Bureau is under the charge of Professor J. E. Waggoner, M.E.A.E., who is one of the foremost authorities in regard to agricultural matters (.-enerally. This Bureau is keeping in touch, and co-operating with the work being carried on by the United States Agricultural Colleges and experimental stations. It also will carry on agricultural research work on independent lines. Its files already contain a very large amount of Bciontiiio information, and are being added to constantly. Every genuine query re ceived from the farmer will receive the most careful attention, and the whole resources of the Bureau will be at the command of the. enquirer. Already thousands of lottors from farmers have boou answered, giving information of immense value to them and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

SUSAGOTT'S SPJSQIALITIJBS FOR STATION, FARM a DAIRY THE ALL-CONQUERING . TUBULAR SEPARATOR On hot or cold milk, fresh or stale milk, cow's milk, goat's milk, rich milk-orpoor milk the TUBOliAK will BKim so ns to leave but one-half the fat in the skim milk thatnny other machine in existence will leave,under the same conditions. If the other machine skims to two-hundredths, the Tubular will-'Sk'ira "to *one hundredths. The Tubiihir will give moro butter'from the samo milk than an? other machine, and pay not Jess than teis jper cent, interest yearly on-tho first cost of tho Separators Dairy Farmers without Tubulars are wasting their time. There is positively no ©ther.Separator in the same class.ad the..Tubttiar. These are strong claims, you may think them exaggerated. They, however, under-estfmate "the case. // you have an otd Separator and want a^Tubutar, write for particulars of our.exchange proposition, 4, THE " JERSEY " A. machine which-milks and STRIPS! the ebW. A sanitary machine...

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Wattamondara. (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Wattamondara. (From our own'Correspondent). On the 19th instant a united Suuday. School Picnic eventuated here under the pleasantest of auspices. As Monday was all that could be deBtred from & picnickers aspect the attendance was fairly large, about 200 being present. The sports programme, which was varied and interesting, consisted of numberless children's races, races for single, and married ladfes, youths races, pnd an old buffer's Tace. The 100yds Sheffield Handicap was won by A. Boyd (8yds), with S, Cooper (4yds) second, time 13 sees. The clock work arrangement of the day's programme was due to the in defatigable efforts of Messrs. G. Walker and A. Paul (joint hon. sees.), J. Ellis (hon. treas.', and A. Whiteman, all of whom carried out their respective duties in a manner that gave satifaction to all. The carrying out of the luncheon arrangements was in the hands of Mesdames G. Walker, T. Bassett T. Drummond, S. Walker, H. Cooper, R. Brown, A. Nicholson, H. Willis, and ...

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Just a Reminder [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Just a Reminder Lest you forgot, to support lpcal indus try, by always asking yonr grocer for orir soap. Dou't b-' put off with high price city lines. Fancy paying ten-shillings per case more for soap that only passes the same standard as the local article by law t Was anything so absurd ever heard of. Yoa would not do it for otiiet lines then why for soap?*

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Nellie Stewart's Visit. TO-NIGHT. A Rare Dramatic Treat. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

Nellie Stewart's Visit. TO-NIGHT. A Rare Dramatic Treat. It; may be truthfully said that never before have Cowra playgoers been, afforded such an opportunity as awaits them in the visit of.. Nellie Stewart and her powerful company to-night,,at the. Centennial Hall, pre senting the most popular of all his torical dramas Sweet Nell of Old Drury.".. This play holds the record for Aus tralasia as the most continuously successful piece ever staged. It has never failed to draw crowded and enthusiastic houses, even when pre sented for long seasons, year after year. The secret of its popularity is not hard to find. No other play of mod ern times furnishes such a wealth of absorbing interest. Powerful situ ations and effective incidents follow in rapid succession, while the rare beauty of its. dramatic setting and wealth of color-scheme, form a fitting background to the beautiful and all i compelling story. . Its dialogue supplies an infinite variety of moods-ranging from rare humour and spa...

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The Cowra Free Dress USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1911. Local and General. Men's Hat Store. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

0SE SOFT WORDS AtfD HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1911. Local and General. Men's Hat Store. Thare is a talking window of Men's Hats next dcor tn Oropiej'a Boot Store, j Cowra. The pricis marked on the hats ' «pesk of l ho value ^ireu br caali trtding as adopted by G. Rollingeb & Co. If yoa have not benefitted by caih trading why not start now.*

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Church Notices. SUNDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 29 April 1911

SUNDAY, APRIL|30. OHUhOH OF* ENGLAND. Cowra every Sunday at 8am Holy Communion, 11 > m isd 7.30 p m. (Moti't Sorvice 2nd Sunday -t 7.30 p m.) Conntry Centres . lit Sunday-Neil* 11 a m, Morongla 3.15 p in, Upper Baok Creek 3.15 p m. 2nd .Sunday-Morongl» 11 o m lloly Com* munion, Holmwooi 3.30 p m, Wallarooi 3.15 p ra 3rd Sunday-Noila (Mra Bear'a) Ham Morongla 3.16 p m, Lower Baok Creek 3.15 p m, Uppor Back Creek 7 m.' 4th Sunday-Holmwood 11 a m, Holy Communion, Lovror Back Creek 3 15 p pi, Wattamondara 3.15 p m, Morongla 7 pm. 6th Sunday-Uppor Baok Creek 11 am, Holy Communion Lower Back Or»ek 3.15 p m, MorongU 8.15 p ra. Bennetti Springs and other Serncei by arrangement with the Roetor. Rev. A J. Uardner, R.D. Rev. W. Carus Catm. Mr. F. Hailey Hon Lay Reader. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cowra 11 a.ra Wailamondara 3.30 p m. Horoagla 7.30 p.m Mr. J. M. McDonald. Cmowindra 11 a.m Wallerooi 8.30 p.m Cowra 7.30 p.m. \ Rev. Geo. Cranston. METHODIST CHURCH. Cowra Circuit. NyrangCreekll a.nl. . ...

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