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THIRD TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
THIRD TEST MATCH. A SOUTH AFRICA-First Innings. : Sherwel1,l.b.w.,b Armstrong -. -11 Faulkner, c Hill, b Armstrong ... 56 Zulch, o Macartney, b Whitty ... 105 Nourse, b Cotter 10 Hatliorn, b "Wliitty 9 Llewellyn, run out ... .;. 43 Snooke, cKollaway,b Armstrong'..... 103 Sinclair, e Armstrong, b Kellaway ...-- 20 Strieker, c Kellaway, b Armstrong^ ... 1 48 Schwartz, b Armstrong, > ... ... 15 Pegler, not out... ...- >. ..., "... r 24 Sundries 7.. ^... 38 Total ...~ ... , ^J.. 482 SOUTH AFRICA Second Innings 1 1 ,f... 360 AUSTBMIIA-First Innings. Maeaitnoy ' .C. -1... ' 2 Kellaway, c Shenwelly-b Llewellyn!^;'i'~47 "" Ransford, b Llewellyn... _ .iV , 501 Bardsley, lbw b Nourse ... 64 G-ehrs c Schwai/ b Faulkner "}f\f. '22 jlill c Snoolco b Sohwarz . ; Armstiong b Sinclair 1 32 - Carter lbw b Schwarz " ... 17 Tmmper not out I ... 208 Cotter not out * ... » " ... - 8 Sundrios - ...?* 6 >**? * ;*if * t r f ' Total, 8"'for 458 .:, Australia-^Second Innings. Bardsley c and b Faulkn...
Police Court. Wednesday. (Before Mr. Troatt, P.M., and Mr. J. T. West, J.P.[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
». ^? - . i -V-V '. Police Court. Wednesday. (Beforo Mr. Troatfcj P.M., West, J.P. I.O.N. v. Frances Collins. . Pormitfc irig a cow to trespass in the park. Fined 10a, and 6s costs. - James Farrell was fined 10s, in "de fault 3 days gaol for drunkenness. John Quirk on a charge of insanity , was ordered to be sent to -Parramatta, Cists £o 4s 5d. May Ann Coglan was fined 20s", or 7 : days gaol, for drunkenness and £5 or 2 months gaol for using indecent language, FRIDAY, ' (Beforo Mr. J. T. West, J.P.) Richard Goolagong waB seutenced to G months hard labor in Bathurst gaol for larceny as a baileo of one watch and chain valued at 22s, the property of James Farrell. Thomas Blaek, Thomas Fleming, and William Ryan wero fined various sums for drunkenness. Thomas Bright was fined 20s and (is costs, in default 7 days gaol for using indccont language. John Nosbit was fined 10s and 6s costs, in default 7 days gaol for druuk enness. I.O.N, v-Martin Cridland. Neglect ing to pay for romoval of nig...
Notes by the Way. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
-Notes by the Way, Mr, and Mrs; J. I?. Taylor aro leaving our town after a residence of many years. Particular attention is drawn to the sale of' splendid horses by Messrs Davis and Bellamy at Yarra on Feb ruary 1st. A genuine clearing to commence to ' day is announced by Messrs L. Edgley and Oo. At a meeting of the committee in connection with the eead-ofF to Mr. ? F. 0, Smitn. held at the Club House Hotel on Thlirsdaj evening, nil the necessary preliminaries were'arranged. Mi. G. Moore presided. Mr. W, Ryall is secretary to the movement, and tickets to the snr/jke "concert can be obtained from him. The civil servants of the State are at last to be emancipated from the po'itica Ishackles which have restricted their liberty all too long. Regulation No. 31 has been rescinded, and the following provision substituted : " An officer shall not (A) publicly comment 1 upon the administration of any De partment of the State; or (b)- use for any purpose other than for-the dis charge of offic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
To-night Jart' hekm retiring,! ifTyawTUvw'"&a tfngghh, OTjt of tunc, and ytxi feci doi!^ fellloua^ constipated, take a doss.of . ©hanratoerl&lra's , ®^bSmSwbis \TAB LETS « i bob's ka u0 rig&t la t&e Korniag. 1 BOSKER RABBIT POISON. | "7i - pf £] We may say that we have tried & *j different kinds of prepared poisons, j* *; and have as rjood or better results i/ 2 from yours than from any other. £ X\ r. P. WILLSALLI-JX, if Vl N Qitnnib'c, Gnnncdah. !>T raUotl liros., Ltd., Sydney. IN TJX 13 SUPREME COURT I OF NEW SOUTH WALES f PUOBATE JURISDICTION. In the Estate of ETTIE ELIZABETH DOLMAN, lato of Koorwatha, in tlio State of Now South Wales, married woman; deceased intestate. APPLICATION will bo made after four toon days from tlio publication hereof that Administration of tho Estato of tho above named deceased may bo jjrantod to Frtn» URICIC William DOLMAN*, tho husband of tho said deeeasod, and all notices may bo served at and creditors are r...
GAS STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
GAS STRIKE. Ma'ters are moving quickly in connec tion with the gas strike. The GILS Employees Union are confer ring with the directors of the Gas Co., with Messrs JBeeby and Carmichael as mediators. Mr. McGowen statea he is hopeful of a speedy settlement. A wild chaos prevailed at Kent Street works to-day. The manager states that many clerks offered their services as stokers. Special police protection ha3 been ar ranged. SO special constables are kept in reserve. London. At the Waratah inquiry, the engineer AMr. Chapman) on his last voyage said he left the ship because he was frightened of .her. He said he would not return in her for a thousand pounds, The life boats and life-saving apparatus was bad The vesiel always had a list. He was , warned that the Waratah would bo a coHin for somebody. A tavern in Blackfriars Koad, London, was demolished by a storm. A school mistress was killed by the debris. I'he s.s. Selby Abbey is ashore ac Hin deniber, near Hook of Holland. Some of the pa...
Sporting BURROWA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
j ' Sporting £. BURRO WARAOES. 9 he following nre tho nominations re ceived for the two principal events of tho Buirowa Racing Olub to be run on Tuesday ani Wednesday next: GBANDSTAND HANDICAP. .?r. Prawn's Nicetus. J. Mark's Abahcol (lato Brownlock). J. M'Loan's St. Trella, IvT. Fallon's Gain. T. M.'Oormoek'a New Gun (lato New Rival). (J. Massoy'i War, Lass. D. Byan'8 Argonotfce. W. Bowcring's Uronim. B. Corbett's Prince Alba. W. Yerbury's Steel More. , * J. Seyres' Nodrap (late Pardon).- ;v BUBBOWA E.O. HANDIOAP. . G. Brown's Nicetus. -*? J. Mark's Abahcol (lato Brownlock). . J. M'Lean's St, 1'rella. s M. Fallon's Gain. T. M'Coimack's Now Gun llabo New Rival). G. Masaey's War Last. D. Ryan's Argonette. W. Bpwering's Uronim. , , R. Corbett's Prince Alba. W. Yerbury's Steel More1 .. . :? J. Sevres'Nodrap (late Pardon). A. J." M'InneB'LynroEB. r" G. Brown's Blue Belt, r
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
Cricket. The following team has been;[selec ted to represent West Oowra Juniors in . the match against the Railway Juniors on 15th inst;-J. Simeon, W. Burke, H. St John, H. Hurst, V. Keogh, . Y, Carmody, T. U'Shaugh nessy, B, Muir, V. Schofield, 0, Johnson, 0. Beplate. Play to; com mence 9.30
BILIOUS ATTACKS CURED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
BILIOUS ATTACKS CURED. Sufferers'from bilious attacks should read' this remarkable letter "from Mr. Donald C'outts, of Condab, Vic. "I have been a continuous sulterer from hoadaclie and bilious vomiting attacks for 25 years. During that time I have been treated by doctors, besides using all sorts of medic ines' that proved usless. Being a'most nfruid I could never be cured, I fried Chamberlain's Tablets, and can fissure you that they completly cured me, and I feel like a new man. I can conscicntiouly recommend them to all who suffer from stomach and liver troubles." Sold every where. The installation of officers of tlie local lodge, C'owra, No. 12C, I.O.OF., took place at tho Masonic Hall on Thursday evening when the following officers were installed for tho present terra Bro. C. Bailey N.G., Bro. J. W. Ellis V.G., Bro. F. Doblo, secretary, Bro. E.. Boplate treasurer. Bro. J. McLoish, P.G, was installing officer. The Irish Blight has again broken . out . in . Tasmanian potatoes. The...
Walli Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
Walli Rainfall. Mr. P. J.Bogloy, of Blossom Vale, Walli, informs us tliat liis rain guage registered 25ins 21pts for 1910. Ho also says that tlio fall in November lias been the means of making the late sown crops in his neighborhood good yielders. Most of the farmers about Walli have had from fair to good crops.
RATS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
RATS. There is a plague of rats in the Cham ber of Deputies (says the Paris corres pondent of the "Daily Mail"). During the holidays rats, which have probably come from the sewers, have overrun the committee-rooms, the offices, the lib rary, and, of course, the little restau rant. But the library has suffered most, and in tihe library the heartiest meals made by the rodents have been on the old leather-bound volumes of historic speeches corrected by the hands of their august makers. Gambetta was a great favorite, and M. Thler*' speedios have .also suffered . badly. .The first vote of the new-Chamber 'will be.'one of -£S far1 rat poison. Tfioro Is little rto'u'bt that' It will be passed unanimously.''
THE COW PEA. A FORAGE FOR DRY DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
THE COW PEA. A FORAGE FOR DRY DISTRICTS. The cow pea is growing in favor for forage purposes in New South Wales, and merits a general trial in "Victoria. It has been probably largely respon sible for the maintenance of soil fer tility in England, and, says Mr A. H. E. M'Donald, in the "Agricultural Gazette" of New South Wales, what clover " is to the farmer in the cooler districts of Australia, so &lt;vill cow peas be where hotter and drier seasons prevail. The Vic torian need is for a leguminous, or nitrogen-collecting, plant in several of the wheat-growing areas where rape and lucerne cannot be depended on. Cow peas are extensively grown in the dry areas of the United States, both as a soil renovator and as a forage plant. They are also used for hay, and are considered to bo equal to lucerne in. that respect. ' It is adopted as a soil renovator in the cotton fields of America and the palm and cocoanut plantations of Africa. . NATURE OP THE PLANT. The cow pea has special qu...
EXPORT OF HONEY. FROM NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
EXPOUT OF HONEY. . FROM NEW SOUTH WAL.ES. Beekeepers in New South Wales are arranging- to send a trial slhipment of honey to London. Messrs Hawken 'and Vance, or Sussex-street,.. Sydney: havo undertaken to collect and forward the consignment at an early date: on .. pro ducers' account. In this.matter they, n.ro, co-operating with the New South AVales and Commonwealth'r Beekeepers': ?..As sociation, the committce-'of. which has issued a circular urging-all members to support the movement by contributing their Quota to the shipment. The com mittee 'points out that^1 there is every indication-of the local market being glurted-this seasjn, and it vvo;:l-] like to .s-ee every member of :.th-s union ".forward Lf least- one . or t-vo tins, and by so doing opyii up anothervprofitahle out let for tlheir product." , The consign- | ment' will be classed liccording to the ' districts from which the samples are derived.
FOR BAGGING WOOL. A HANDY METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
FOR BAGGING WOOJJ. A HANDY METHOD. The accompanying illustration shows how to construct a handy apparatus for packing wool. The four legs of the sacfker are made of 2 x 4in stuff, GV6ft long. These are "braced with ordinary 1 x Cin fence boards. Get the black smith to make a ring about the size of a bag. Then make a hole in the top of stand large enough to admit this ring. The bag is pulled up through the ring and lapped over the outside of it, : the bag and ring are dropped into a. hole in the stand" in such a way, that they are supported by it. The ring is 25in across, and the platform is 3ft wide. The legs of the sncker are spread 4ft at the bottom. The- stand shouldv be braced only on three sides, for one side must be left open through which to re move the bag when full.
THE APPLE INDUSTRY. DECLINE IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
THE AI»PIJE INDUSTRY. DECLINE IN CANADA. During recent years the apple in dustry in parts of Canada has.been de clining. This, it is stated, will enable Australian orchardists to establish a better opening in the fruit markets of the United States. . Concerning the . trouble in Ontario, Professor J. W. Crow, of Guelph, Ontario, stated re cently:-"Some fifteen or more years ago the apple Industry of Ontario was at its best. Since that time, from vari ous causes, there has been a general decline of interest in apple orcharding, a general jincrease in the percentage of defective apples, and a general l'alling oiff in the quantity of good apples find ing their way to market. The industry is coming to life in a few localities, but oyer Ontario generally orcharding is still on the decline. The causes which have led in recent years to the decline of the industry are, first, the increase of fungus^ and insect pests. "It is said that until twenty years ago,-or'even .later, apple scab and cod...
TEA-TREE OILS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
: TJEA-TJREE OlliS. ' P'#'. Two remarkable oils which are des- ! tined to 'occupy an important place In the world?'*of medicine and commerce were shown at the New' South Wales Royal Society's : meeting recently by Messrs R. T.-Baker and H. G. Smith, of the.' Sydney Technological " Museum. One came from the leaves and ter minal branches of a tea-tree found from Port- Macquarie in New South Wales to Gladstone in Queensland, and out as far as Cooper's Creek. From 1001b of leaves 2% 11) of oil was stated to be obtainable. This oil was found to bo whitish after distillation, and to be as rich in chemical and physical char acteristics as/ the best pharmaceutical eucalyptus oil. The other was obtained from a'.shrubby tea-tree found in the Warialda district, New South Wales. The,leaves and terminals yielded 1 per cent, of an oil heavier than water, and containing rare constituents, allied to 611 of cloves and cinnamic acid. It was'given the name of methyleugenol. It is.the chemical which gi...
Farrar's Wheats. THE PROLIFIC "FEDERATION." Strong Wheat and Better Bread. RUST AND BUNT RESISTANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
Farrar's Wheats. THE PROLIFIC " FEDERATION." Strong Wheat and Better Bread. HUciT ^ND BUNT RESISPANTS. " The realisation' of the aims of Wi'liam J. Farrar, wheat breeder," was the title of a paper read before the Agricultural Section of the Science Congress by Mr. George L. SattoD, wheat ex^eramentanst lit the Cowia Government farm. "Probably the most striking evidence of Farrar's success," said Mr. Sutton, "is the national popularity of the wheat .Federation.' It Is unquestionably one of the most prolific grain varieties in cul tivation, and certainly the most popular wheat in Australia to-day. It was pur posely produced to suit the Australian method of harvesting with the stripper Since its introduction to the farmers in 1893-4 its cultivation has spread by leaps and bounds. This has teben place as the result of sheer ability to yield well, and, despite an unattractive appearance in the field. No other variety has, up to the pre B&nb, been found to give such uniformly good...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
The House for Bangles N '£?£ "O Wo CO £ "ci mm CD | c... $ r «5" +jin w 5 oJtt «" &lt;? 9et. Gold Bangles, Handsomely Engraved, Flat OP Half-Round, £12-2-0 Nellie Stewart Gold Bangles (size of illustration), 9et., 35/- ; 15et., 55/ (wax-filled to prevent denting), others 21/- to 80/ V. J. prOUd, Jtfrtisf Jeweller, 187 piit St (near King J/J, Sydney, And Hat ton Garden, London An Ex-Matron of the Condobolin Hospital Praises the Great Remedy Clements Tonic Many persons recommend this medicine because fhey see (he direct result of it in renewed strength in convalescent patients. Many others also rely upon it, and recom mend it to sufferers because it is a good nerve remedy. Here is a testimony given by Nurse Holland, late Acting-Matron of the Condobolin Hospital, New South Wales. She writes: "Your medicine gives rapid relief in cases of Indigestion, Nervousness, Biliousness, Sick j Headache, and Anaemia, or in | poor blood in women. Often 8 in cases in the country, where I | wa...
WIT & HUMOR, [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
WIT & HUMOR, "Things never livpcn just right," sr.:.l the moody mail. "The pianist in the flat abc o inf. lias a sore throat, and the girl who is training to sing in grand opera has Just sprained her wrist." Agriculturist : No, I don't fancy this Aus tralian navy at all. They'd only want to go a-beating the old country like Uie cricket ers docs; and where would we bo if the unt ish Navy was to gel^ beat?. Miss Passay: The idea of her pretending that she thought my hair was grey! Miss Knox: Yes, so silly of her. Miss I assay . Wasn't it, though? Miss ICnox: Yes, just as . if you'd buy grey hair. "That man is one of my friends," remarked the young man. "Which kind?" responded his worldly companion. "Friends -are di vided Into two groat classes-those whom yon need and those who need you." New Lodger (sarcastically) : Is this all the . soap there is Tn the room? Landlady cidedly) : Yes, sir; all 1 will allow you. New Lodger : Well, I'll take two more rooms. I've got to wash my f...
HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 14 January 1911
HOMELY FARE. Stewed Duck with Peas.-Take 1 cold duck, some slices oC ham and bacon, a tablespoon butter, 1 pint of peas, 1 onion, parsley, 3 cups of stock. Brown the cut-up duck and ham in the butter, mix 1 oz. flour with the rest of the butter, melt it, and stir in the stock; add the seasoning and the duck. Stew gently three-quarters of an hour. Add the peas, and stew gently half an hour, or till tender. Jellied Veal.-Remove the fat from a piece of veal, and boll in just water enough to cover, until the bones are easily removed. Take from the tyater. cut in small pieces, and place in a deep mould. There should be about one pint of water remaining. To this add half a box of gelatine, half a teaspoonful of celery seed, one salt-spoonful of cayenne, the juice of half a lemon, and one teaspoonful of mustard. Let boil a minute, and strain over the meat. .Place in ice over-night, and, when wanted to serve, line a platter with lettuce leaves, turn the veal on the platter, slice and garnis...