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Progress! Keeping pace with the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Progress! Keeping pace with the limes.. If a town prospers, progresses, and J expands- ifc is bub roasonablo to . as- j same that its ~ institutions should in j the onward, march .vnaiutain strides i of equal proportions. .Thcrj; cad be t no -room for doubt regarding the ) growth of our town, but as to the j corresponding growth of some of oar j public institutions it must be conceded I that the rate of progression has been i by no means satisfactory.' Oar hospi- . tal, for instance, is not a structure | that is iu. keeping with the increase of population in the district and the i importance oE onr town. It is a I building that has outgrown its use fulness, and no matter how it may be altered Or added to, it can never be made as well adapted - to require ments as one designed upon modern principles and of requisite proportions^ As a cottage hospital, it for several years served its purpose, and then as time advanced, and demands upon its resources increased the manage ment made such...
Sales of Show Stock. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Sales of Show Stock. Messrs Bndgory Bros, report under dat'j of January 14th : Intending ex hibitors of horses, cattle, sheep and pigs at the coming Royal Agricultural Society's Show in Sydney, and who wish to offer same at the sales should com munioato jjwitli Messrs Badgery Bros., 14 Castlereagh-street, Sydney, who aro now inviting entries for thoir annual sales of show stock. Entry forms for the show and all information will be sent on application.
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Tennis. A meeting of the Cowra Lawn Tennis Club will bo hold at the School of Arts i next Friday night at 8 p.m. Business ' important. Election of officers and ! secretary, vico Mr. M. Collings, re-. Bignod. The first issuo of " The Land" will appear on January 27tli, 1911. Young girls who aro blootlloss and woak l liavo no bettor friend than NKIIIA TO.NIC. j The noxb annual mooting of district dolegates to . the Manchester Unity I.O.O.F. is to bo hold at Coivra. See E. FROST'S low cash prices for Corned JSeof . and Muttcn iu business ooluiiins.
A Rich Man's Advice to his Son [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
A Rich Man's Advice to his Son Don't pay 2s 6d when Is 9d will buy it Don't wait to save ft pound nt a time save the shilling. G. Zollinger & Co cash traders fnext door to Cropleys boot store) Cowra ran help you to carry ruS this advice. Koys Jar-k Tar or Sailor Straw hats at Is 9d each, suits at 3s 3d and 3s Gd-under the old style we cot 5s Gd and Gs Gd for these suits. We specialise in mens and boys clothing, that's why our goods are right-ot the light prices. The value we give speaks to you from the window-our plain figure prices. 1 his is where the City Post Ca d Depot Branch has be9n opened.*
Sporting The Turf. BATHURST ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Sporting The Turf. BATHURST ANNUAL R.V0E3. The nominations for the principal erents in connection 'with the Babhiirsb Turf Club's annu l meeting bo be held on the 2(5th and 27th inst., closed on Monday night. &lt; There was a splendid response, and in the ease ol the Baihursfc Oup, the entries constitute a' record for the Club. ! ???Folio ,vin&lt;; are the entries I KILKUSLI STAKES, 6 fur. Plaidon, Troon Rose Ailie M. J. A. May Dance ; Lupolo Haywell Melyra Orsile Loybon Merit &lt; Queen Helen i BLAUKDOWN HANDICAP, lm. 55yds. Merit Ayrbrook Morofc » . i . Lady True Marvel Lawn Queen Helen . Lady Stanmoro VWilton - Bluinine - Orsile liollei Oats Troon Rose Ailie Hymeneal " ' Krebin C. T. Mult Kos'e' Burley Boy - " B \THURST CUJ-VOfur. Merit Erebin Morok - L'idy True Marvel Lawn Leyton Va\ K. Queen' Helen' . Bluinine ^Orsile-" 'j . Jeanena .Hymeneal, ' Rose A ilia L. L. D.1 ' Malt Rose C. T. I Burley Boy. * . , *? . | Hold's Mat Jockey Olub's annual , race meet...
A National Ass. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
A National Ass. " Billy" Ilughos, (says an oxchange) congratulates Australia on the creation of what ho calls a "national sentiment." JUUoualiam, according to Mt&lt; Hughes, appears to consist in handing over yoijr rights, liberties, conscience (if yau have one),- and vory thoughts to the keeping , of " Billy'1 afores lid, and allowing him ' to dictate to you what you should do, and sty. Then ho is to be placed upon a pedestal and worshipped «s the great Joss-and you aro a nationalist, Most people would call you an ass,
Coming of Age. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Coming? of Age. j , ? '-1 . I On 15th instant, a large number of friends of Mr. Frank Crowo's assembled at the residence of bis parents, Mr. and i Mrs. F. C. Crowe, of Tenandra, the oooasioh* being the celebration of his 21st birthday. At about-12 o'clock the j,, guests oommenoed to arrive and ahartly J after lunch was partaken of. This having been done full justice to an . adjournment was made to the criokot ' ground, whore toam3 captained re spectively by Messrs. Frank Crowe and j \V. Ryall measured blades. The Oowra- , ites wont to the wickits first, and were" . not disposed of until 127 runs had been registered. The principal contributors were :-W. Ryall (29), Shipton (29) and ' Harry Moore (24). The most success ful destroying agents were E. Mahor, VV. Ciinoron, W. and S. Myring, L. Crowe, and Jno. Begley, Mr. Crowe's team on going to the wickets could only compilo 73, W. Myring ("36), W. Cameron (i2), F, King (12), an.l L. Crowe (12), being the highest soorers. Giovanolli 8 wi...
A Dishonest Individual. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
A Dishonest Individual. Kecently a mm in Orange found a sovereign, and after advertising unsuc cessfully for an owner, gave it to the hospital- This action contrasts very favorably with tint of an individual in Dubbo that we (" Dispitch") have heard of. A pocket wallet, containing a cheque and over £6 in gold, was dropped in Darling-street ona evening this wool?, and (ho person who found it abstracted the J»oId only, and tjipp threw tho wallet and coutents intp. an. adjoining .gardeu, whore, on the owner of the cordon com ing hotne, it wqb found. Being go id coin of tho realm, tho gold was retained, and, of course, thero is no way of tracing it, Perhapi at some future dato the niiscwnt will yet learn that honesty is tho boat policy.
Hints to Shire Electors [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Hints to Shir^ Electors As the time for ballottfng for the Shire olocfciona . Jig,s :,begua to-day 'with-the sending oat of the postal ballot papers to^the: electors, a few hints to votors, based principally on the experience of the last bye-elec tion, may not be oat of place, as fol lows : (1) Read carefully the re marks on " how to vote" at the head of the ballot papor and be careful after marking your vote to soal up only tho gummed part of the paper, ' loaving only tho " declaration" out side. If it is folded in with tho vote, tho returning oflicor cannot open it and hence the voto becomes informal. (2) Do n°t make any al teration in tho declaration, oven if incorrect as to'address, ctc., as tho ' information therein is taken from tho roll. (3) A marksman must have bis mark attested by a J.P. or by the returning officer. .(4) No marksman - can witness a dcclavatiori. (5-) Voters must stamp the envelopos containing their votes. J. F. SHINE, | Returning Olficcr. "Burrowa," 11th Ja...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22. DI1UKCH OF ENGLAND. Cowra erory Sunday at 8am Holy Communion, 11am and 7 30 p m. ? (Men'* Sorvice 2nd Sunday i t 7'30 p m.) Oonntry Ooatrea let Sunday-Neil* 11' a in, Morongla 3.15 p m, Upper Baok Creek 3.15 p m. . 2nd Sunday-Morongla 11am lloly Com munion, Holmwood 3.30 p m, Wallaroo* 3.15 p m 3rJ Sunday-Neila (Mr« Benr'i) 11am, Morongla 3.15 p m, Lower Baok Creek 3.15 p m, Uppor Buck Creek 7 m. 4th Sundiy-Holmwood 11 a m, Ilo'y Communion, Lower Back Crook 3 15 p tn, Wattamondara 3.15 d m, Morongla 7 p m. 5th 8unday-Upper Back Creek 11 am, Holy Communion Lower Back Crack 3.15 p m, Morongla 3.15 p m. _ ? Bennetts Springs a-id other Servicos by . arrangement with the Rector. Rev. A. J. Gardner, R.D. Rov. W. Carus Caton. Mr. P. Ilailey Hon. Lay Readc. . piiESBrterian CHURCH Cowra 11 a.m Wesfcville 3 30 p.in , . . Woodstock 7.30 p.m. . . Mr. J. M. McDonald. Cunowindra 11 a.m. North Logan 3 pm. Cowra 7.3 J p.m. Rev. Geo. Cranston. . METHODIST CHURCH.- ; Cowra Circuit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Pwtotishe.d WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS'. . Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium ?-r" vr -i -T'IH-.?'ntr ' Pu Satisfied WEDNESDAYS & Price 2cS. The Best Advertising Medima.l Reid, II HAVE °Penl0&lt;^ UP a shipment..of' KITCHEN UTENS|I»S» and now offer them MUCH BELOW THE USUAL COWRA PRICES Aluminium i Light as a feather and Wear tor ever. Saucepans and. Covers, 5in. 2/2, 6in. 2/9, 7in, 3/3, 8k. 4/6 Pie Dishes, 8in. Is, 9in, 1/2, lOin. 1/6, 11 in. 1/10, 12in. 2/3. Tea Kettles, » . 3pt 8/-, 4pt, 10/-, 6pt. 12/6, Tea Pots, lpt. 10/-, 2pt, 12/-, 3pt 13/6. Saucepans and Covers, , 3pt 2/7, 4pt. 3/-, 6pt. %/S, 8pt. 4/4. Boilers, 3gals. 9/-, 4gals. i"S/(5,^6gals. 16/9 Ke Hies, 6p t. 6/3, 1 Opt.' 9s. 12pts. 10/6, All other sizep in Stock-Prices in proportion. KENRICKS' HOLLOWWARE Nothing- better made. BRASS PRESERVING PANS I4in. 8s, 16in* lis, 18in. 14s 6d, &lt;1. Smith & Co., A-aSADB,--COWRA III ¥1 RIDDLE WISHES to announce that lie lias taken over the ab...
A Popular Townsman Send-Off to Mr. F. C. Smith. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
A Popular Townsman i . 4 i Send-Off to Mr. F. C. Smith, j On Monday evening a largo nuni' [ ber of gontlemen representative' of , all branches of sport in tha Cowra ( district assembled at the Fitzroy , Hotel for the purpose of saying fare- | well to. one, .who, in the words of several of the speakers, had proved j ! himself a real " white man," We re fer to Mr. Fred 0. Smith, ths popu- ' lar teacher .it the Neila public school",'! who has just boon romovodto Tiver- i ton, near Mim-umbiirrali;.' Mr. J. G. .Byall (president of the Oowra C.O.), Occupied the chair, and he had on his right the guest of the evening, and on his loft Mr, 0. Smith (father of the guest). There wore also pre sent:-Messrs Gf. and H. M'oore, j.. ? McLeish, j. Kolly, EL and W. Ryall, M. Collings. Giovcinelli, F. .McOIy ' mont, J. Byrnos, K. K. Stewart, Gr, S. Fisher, Ivey, Q-. L. Taylor, H. Gillett, Bergin, W. 0, Jackson, J. Dean, Ray Popper, B. and.P. Brieu-, F. Monaghan and P. L. Boyne. j l An apology was tend...
Started at Thirteen. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Started at Thirteen. A rospoctably ciresaod youth, named William Jolm Uozaat, 17, appeared bo foro Mr. Barnott, at Paddington, on Monday, flo had boon convictod last wook ot stealing a lady's silver watch and about 5s in money, tho proporty of Emanuol GuifiVe, at Paddingtcn, on January 3rd. According to tho ovidonco givoti last week, the accused wont into tho bhop of tho prosecutor, who is a fruiterer carrying on business in Gurnet street, and took tho things in (|uo3tion, 1 the shop at tho time being in chargo of a boy. Tho magistrate said tho accused had boon romandod for inquiries, and it soomod ho had been convicted in 1900, I whon ho wfi3 only 13 years old, of steal ing from a till in a butcher's shop at Coivra, and was dealt with at tho Children's Court. Ho would now be fined £T>, in default two mouths' hard labor. ? i Fanners can (for cash) get good Corned Beef at E. FBOST'S butchery, at 20s per lOOlbs, 56lbs Us, 281bs 6s.
Cowra Up-to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Cowra Up-to-Date; It's safe to say that Cowra is getting as j up-to-date aE a City in some lines. Tailor- ' .1 ed ready-to wear clothes for men and j i youths are now available. G. Bollinger I and Co., (next door to Cropley's boot . stored specialise in these, mens troiiserB ; I pair. A suit at 38s Eecins n £4 10s one. This extraordinary value is the result of I . cash trading strictly carried out by this firm. The smartness of llie goods denote ' tailoring of no mean order. We are in- 1 j formed that almost any man or youth can i step ripht into a splendid fit. The City ! Post Curd Depot'branch is at this store.*
Woodstock Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Woodstock Methodist Church. At the Quarterly Meeting of the Methodist Church, held in Cowra on | Monday night, it was decided to hold the Annual Harvest Thanksgiving Ser vices at Woodstock next Sunday week, i January 29th, when the morning and evening, services will bo conducted by . .Rev. D. D Hunter, and in the afternoon j by Rev. W. H. Jones, of Young. Ar rangements aro being mado to hold a ' tei meeting and concert the following j weok. As last year the thanks offering ; will be in aid of the reduction of the &lt; church debt. |
Our Tailors. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Our Tailors. Ut: course you would like to have an idea how they could make you a suii, well, when you see the smartness of I heir tailored-ready-to wear clothiDgwe have on sale-that .*si." the coats have-that perhaps a tailircd rendy-to-wear roat iits you almost perfectly-you will know then how perfectly jou could be fitted by us making for you (o the fraction of an inch. YVc beleive our cutter is second to none iu the State. Our money-saving . pricesby menns of cash trading will keep ypur suit hill down. Should any inaccuracy ever occur in measuring anoi her suit will be made. The most fashionable materials always avnilable. G. Bollinger aud Co., Cowra (next door to Cropley's boot store) where the City Post Card Depot branch has been established.*
"The Wanderers" Returning. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
i " The Wanderers " Returning. I All music lovors will bo pleased to I learn that the genial Mr. George | Stephenson has decided to pay our town | another visit with his clover and versatile combination of artists aftor a ' highly successful tour in the sister State | of Victoria. Mr. Stephonson promises an entire chango of programme and the j appearance of all tho old favorites, as well as several now artists. Tho famous Abbey Quartette and tho popular 1 comedian, Leslie Holmes, are woll worth : the price of admission, without any 1 other performers. A largo number of . our roadors having hoard thoso truly talonted artists aro sure to go tiqain, but thoso who have not boon fortu- , nate enough to have attoudod one of these excoilent concerts should go by all means on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 20th and 21st. Plan at McGrath's.
Sale of another Walgett Property. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 January 1911
Sale of another Walgett Pro perty. Following the sale of " Morcidool'' Station. John Bridgo and 0 >y., Ltd., Sydney, report having sold on account of Messrs. Bell Bros., their ''.Marsh mead Estate " nearr Walgett, compris ing an area of 15,555 acres of secured lands with stock at a vory satisfactory price for cash. Mr. T. Brett, of Tomora, being the purchaser.