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SOLDIER'S HEART. FOOD AND CLOTHES REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

SOLDIER'S HEAllT. . FOOD AND CLOTHES REFORM. *;; Mi- rialda.no, Secretary for War, speaking. at .the Royal Army Medical School, Millbauk, yesterday afternoon, in connection willi the p'rizo distribu tion (says the "Daily News" of Octo ber 28), referred to the great questions ;of food and movement, both of which were closely bound up to a great ex tent with the efficiency of the British Army-its endurance, its capacity for long marching, and the health of its soldiers. He remembered that upon going to Chelsea a few years ago he asked the medical commandant what disease there was which struck him: more than any other as being peculiar to the British soldier, and his answer, was, "Soldier's heart." - They now knew a great deal about that.. The old methods of physical training were admirably calculated to give a wide chest, but they wore not thought out with a view to preventing interference with the heart's action. That was all altered; modern physiological science had thrown a new lig...

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WOODSTOCK ENTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

WOODSTOCK ENTRIES Following "ara entries, for tlie princi pal races to be held at annual meetin on 26 th inat OPENING HANDICAP Allen " Amberness Giddy.Girl Bluecoat Fouhd . Nellie Uylstone liileena > Bluebelt Wilton ' WOODSTOCK HANDICAP " . . Allen: Amberness Giddy Girl " Gain Bluecoat, La Patrio Arice . Feurich ' Wilton \ 1

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A GOLF SKETCH. THE DORMY HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

A GOLF SKETCH. i THE DOUMY HOUSE. (By a Golfer, in the "Daily Mail.) While London clubs'id wimlle or lose the fine flavor of the prestige that be longed to" the days ol' d.evilled kidneys, a country club of a particular quality Is coming to its awn. The species is ac quiring the the general- title of Dormy House. At any London terminus any Friday evening in the autumn you may hear such greetings, such cheerful ex pectations of a brief holiday, as I over heard last week. Four men, who had clearly not met for some time, settled with satisfac tion into their seats in the carriage, very mucli pre-engaged Kjy golf-bags. On conjecture founded upon scraps of conversation, they were a man of sci ence. a member of the Mother of Par liaments, and two "sundries" from the city or thereabouts. But the point is that they made a foursome. The two best, by the way, were to play one four some against the two worst, giving half ti stroke and two bisques-a most eccentric handicap. Historically, it mus...

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Sporting The Turf. BATHURST TURF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Sporting . The Turf. J3ATHURST TURF CLUB Kir/ttusn STAKES-*-6 furlong?. st 11) f=t lb Rose Ailie 9 7 Lupolo ... 7 5 Troon ... 9 <-5 Loyton ... 7 2 Qrsile ?"... 9 0 Molyra ... 7- 0 .-Play well-.... 8 7 Merit ... 7 0 Plaidcn ... 8 3 May D'ucc 6 9 MJ A ... 7. 6 BLAfjKDoAVil HANDICAP-1 mile 55yds Rose Ailio 9 7 OT ... 7 5 Troon. ... 9 5 M'l Lawn 7 3 Malt Rose 9 2 Lady True 7 3 Orsile ... 9 0 R'l'd Oals 7 . 3 Ayrbrook .. 8 9 Q'n Helen 7 0 Burly Boy 7 7 "tferit ... 7 0 Wilton ... 7 7 Ere,bin ... 7 0 IVlorok ... 7 5 . IJyrupnoal 6 12 Blumine... 7 5 L Sb'nm'ro 6 1 bathokst COP-1 mile 1 furlong Rose Ailie 9 5 Ley ton ... 7 1 Malt Rose 8 12 Blumine 7 0 ?Qreile . ... 8.12 Merit ... (6 12 Burly Boy 7 5 Q'u Helen ""6 12 CT... ... 7 3 Erebin ... 6 10 Morok ... 7 3 Hymedeal. 6 10 LLD ... 7 2 V>1 IC ... 6 10 ftiVlLawri 7 2 jeariena.U' 6 7 Lady True 7 1 '. ? ??-'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

ICE. ICE. ice. S. w. KATTERNS aS preparei to SUPPLY IOE DAILY in Iny quantity, providing Orders are re ceived before 7 a.m. DISTRICT ORDERS Delivered by rail or coacli on receipt of due notice. Ice Drinks, Ice Cream, & Fruit ALWAYS ON HAND. Ice Cream supplied to Pioaics and Parties in any quantity. TELEPHONE No- 29. , S. W. KATTtiRNS, Kendall-street, Cowra PLUMBER £ III H I E < O Zarjks AND Jtafys MADE TO ORDER. WATER LAID OK 39 o 2 O 50 * m 751 ALEX. WRIGHT, Macquane-street, Cowra Belling' Pianos are marvels ofi'rj value at- their w price. H Fop over 3C years we have been selling them, (S. have received hun dreds of letters from satisfied customers, ex pressing their delight -with the way the pianos have stood years of hard worK. They are sold fully guaran teed and on easy terms if desired. Catalogues Free. Paling's 338 George St , Sydney. 101 v, wawmiBHiawmwiHdziaui^l Ig | ROHtSCH i) PIANOS. ft szanaasHHaflBaanMnnMi i! - RONISCH PIANOS have by sheer merit won th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Published ESCAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium. PuDlished WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. k; _ t'^ Price 2d. ! . ? The Best Advertising Medium* Reid, 1 |-|AVE opened up a shipment offer them MUCH BELOW of KITCHEN UTENSILS, and now THE USUAL COWRA PRICES- '. Aluminium Goods! slight as a feather" and Wear tor ever. If Saucopans and Covers, Saucepans and Covers, Jl 5in, 2/2, 6in. 2/9, fin; 3/3, 8ir...4/6 . *' 3pt -2/7, 4pfc. 3/-, 6pt. 3/8> 8pt. 4/4, | Pio Dista, v BoUere, Sgals. 9/, 4gak 12/6, Cgals. l6/»g ||l Tea Kettles, * * - Kettles, 6pfc. 6/3, IGpfc. 9s, 12pts. 1G/6. §r 3pt 8/-, 4pt, 10/ ,;6pt 42/6.;^ Tea Pots, ' , , . " lpt. 10/-, 2pt. 12/-, 3pt"13/6. : .All other size? in Stock-Prices in proportion. KENRICKS' HOLLOWWARE BRASS PRESERVING PANS Nothing1 belter rpade. 8s» *G*n ~llsv l8*0, ^ if id, Smith & Co., ir TSB ARCADE, - - G0"TOA. _LAOELVNST. WISHES to'announce that lie has taken over the above old established hotel, which ho intends to ...

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Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Land Board. i A meeting of the Local Land Board ! for the land district of Cowra will be ! held in the Court House at Oowra on the 9 th February, 1911, commencing at 9.30 a.rn, whon the following cases will bo considered: For Confirmation. 0.1. 09--6, 200acs, Henry Trimmer O.c.p. 09-6, Macs, Albert Elliott 0.1. 09-5, 241£acs, Albert Elliott A.c.p. 10-12, 120acs, Charles Brown Conversion Homestead Selection. O.c.p. 10-22, 04-5, Alice Watmore O.c.p. 10-23, 03-2, Duncan Baxter O.c.p. 10-24, 99-4, William Alexander .Tolliffe O.c.p. 10-20, 02-2, Carl Edward | Brown i C.p. 10-27, 02-4, Thomas Hughes < C.p. 10-28, 02.7, Thomas Hughes '? O.c.p. 10-29, 99-12, Charles Wiliard O.c.p. 10-30, 99-20 and 08 3, John Brown O.c.p. 10-31; 99-13 and 10 2, James : Artliur Gavin { O.c.p. 10-32, 09-4, Herbert Wallace ; Campbell O.c.p. 10-37, 99-14, Walter Glifton Gavin . ' " ? '" O.c.p, 10-39, 00-10, William John Denzel O.c.p. i0-40, 00-5, Robert Smith O.c.p1 10-41, 04-3, Michael Stinson O.c.p....

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Proposed Railway. Bowning to Burrowa. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Proposed Railway. Bowning to Burrowa. in giving evidence before tho Pub- ? lie Works Committee recently Mr. j Hanna, Under Secretary for Works ; stated that the length of tho proposed j line'would be 23 miles 38 chains, I under a ruling grade of 1 in 60, and" the estimated cost £162,130. The | lengths of the alternative proposals were (1) Galong to Burrowa, 17m j 70chs; (2) Goouda to Burrowa, 24m , 40chs; (3) Binalong to Burrowa, 17m j 60chs: (4) Tass to Burrowa (figures available) ; (5) Bowninff to Burrowa, 17m 40ch"s. Tho Galong to Burrowa proposal would be tho shortest and cheapest to construct if Burrowa alone wero to be considered. If, however, it was intended that the line should serve as a connecting link between tho Southern railway and the Murrumborrah - Blayney line the route from Bowning would be down the Burrowa and Lachlan Rivers to Cowra, as that would give the easiest grades, and, on that account wonld . be most capable of coping with tho largo traffic. The distancb f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

' OUSAOOTX'© SFKOIA1LIXI1/© FOR STATION, FARM & DAIRY, THE ALL-CONQUERINO ' TUBULAR SEPARATOR On hot or cold milk, fresh or stale milk, cow's milk, Rout's ; milk, rich milk or poor milk tho TUBULAR will Qkiui so as to leave but one-half the fat in tho skim milk that any other inachino in existcuce will leave under tho same conditions. If the other machiue skims to two-himdredtbB, tho Tubular will skim to one Lundz-odths. Tho Tubular will giva moro butter from the sauio milk than any other machine, aud pay not less than ten per cent, interest yearly, on the first cost of the Separator. Dairy Farmers without Tubulars aro wasting their* time. Thoro is positively no other Separator in tho same class as tho Tubular. These aro strong claims, you may think them exaggerated. They, however, undcr-estimatc the ca&e. If you have an old Separator and want a Tubular, write for particulars of our exchange proposition, 4 THE 'j JERSEY" MILKER A machine which milks and STRIPS the co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

My First Announcement to the Residents of Cowra and District! TO COMMENCE Saturday Next, 21st - January, . MR. E., R -E. HAVINGjust' returned from ' . /V Melbourne, and Sydney, Where he secured some exceptional BARGAINS -included in same part of a Manufacturers Stock--, Q-p ITIIII, | J | , Blouses, Costumes, aad U&derelotMag AT LESS THAW HALF..PRICE. TWsc Goods are to ioe offered in conjunction with my New Up-to-date Stock purchased and opened at Cowra some three months ago : : : - ««0 an AT A Great Display of CaQnt's ReqiBirements; Also Special Clearing Lines in - Boy's .Suits, Kraiblters, etc. , ., ' Hundreds of BOOTS & SHOES at Slaughter Prices, - Don't Forget the Address--® amagasaaag* R fi & i-r % to 5 The Up-to-date Storekeeper, Opp. Imperial Hotel, - Kenclall-street, Cowra BRANCH STORES ; Cootamundra, Gundagai, Temora, and Ariah Park. |_ 9 Her ILsl Pilsener Obtain able ' in bottles from .all fitter Ale Light English . Bottled Ale. Select Stock AleM,$®r...

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You Should Bear in Mind [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

You Should Bear in Mind That by using the commercial eucalyptus oil which is now bought up at Oil per Hi. weight aud bottled, ami on account of tlio largo profit pushed,^ou aro exposing j-our sclf to nil t!:e danger; to which the uso of turpentine will expose you ; irritation of kiduejs, intestinal tract nnd mucous moin brnnes. By insisting on tlie GENUINE EUCALYPTI EXTIJACT j'ou not only avoid tnese pitfalls, but you have a stimu lant, safe and effective medicament", the result of a special f»nd careful manufac ture. A trial will at once couvince. Qu.ility in small doses distinguishes it from tho bulky and dnueerous product?. Kemnmber.- SAN DICK'S EXTRACT embodies the result of r>0 years experience and of special study and it docs what is promised ; it heals and cures without iu juring the constitution, .is the oils and no called extracts on the market frequently do. Therefore protect yourself by reject* lag other brands. SAKDEH'S EXTRACT possesses enrative powers peculiarly its...

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TOWXS IN THE SOUDAN. LORD KITCHENER ON KHARTOUM. THE IDEAL. CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

TOWXS IX THE SOUDAN". LORD KITCHENER ON KHARTOUM. .., '/THE ' IDEAL. CITY. - y Many; interesting. ? topics,-;-' were ? dis-' cussed at the Town Planning- Confpronca lit the Royal Institution of Britisli"' Ar« chitects'yest'erday (reports?*lher-:Lon'dorv "Dally Express" 011 October lo) and nut least . among-? them was; the rebuilding. of Khartoum and Omdurman. f Lord -Kitchener, -.who^.presided .-nt-;L1io meeting" regretted that .the authors of the papers .would. Toe .' unable to read them. - . - "I well remember," said Lord Kit chener, "the difficult . problems which had to be determined sifter the: con quest of the country:-'how-best to evolve ou't of the ruined remains left-by:.the dervlshe^ a. practical scheme; for; the -re construction of Khartoum on sanitary lines, and it Is a matter of, gratifica tion that the plans .decided on have proved serviceable and haVe ; sto^lithe test of time. . ' " )' I "It is also most satisfactory that they have been found to fee in general-accord ...

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KING'S FUNERAL STANDS. BOROUGH COUNCIL FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

KING'S FUNERAL STANDS. p BOROUGH COUNCIL FEES. Before his Honor Sir W. Lucius Selfc. in the Marylebone County' Court, on November 3,, Charles Hodgkinson, dra per, Edgeware road, W., sued the Mary lebone Borough Council for tho return of twenty guineas fees paid in tho license to erect stands for tho funeral . of King Edward VII, Lord Robert Cecil, K.C., and Mr Row sell (instructed by Mr Harold E. Aston) appeared for the plaintig, and Dr, Her bert-Smith represented th« defendant Council. ; Opening the case Lord R. Cecil said tho claim was part repayment of fees which had been exacted, it was alleged, under I powers conferred by the London Bulld - Ing Acts. Plaintiff was the occupier ot certain premises at 120 Edgeware road, and when it became knosvn that tho : funeral o£ tho late King was to pass up Edgeware road, ho and others in the road arranged for the erection of stands from which such members ot the publlo as chose to pay could view the proces sion. He arranged for tho erection...

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Stony Batter Subdi-vision. Highly Successful Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

I ,1 -? I Stony Batter Sufedi= I vision. Highly Successful Sale. The Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd,, in conjdnction with Messrs Rus esll Blaxland and Co., conductcd the sale of the " Stony Batter" sub-divi sion at Armidale, on Friday afternoon last, Mr. John Ewing of the P.F.A. being the auctioneer. Xho School of Arts was crowded, and competition was very strong and free, from both local and outside buyers. Every block of tho nub-division was disposed of at the sale, and brought prioes that were so higoly satisfactory as to stamp this auction as one of the most successful, ever held in the New England die-, trict. Therewere 14,312 iicres of. secured lands, (including 3,786 acres freehold)," which were sold on a c.p, and ci basis. The be3fc price secured was £3 16s per acre, and the whole 11 blocks into which the area wasjdivided made the splendid average of £3 53 6d. Four improvement liases, consisting of a tatal area of 7,441 acre?, but with only three years to run made up to 7...

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Jottings and Jingles "The philosopher discoursed of farming meta-physics, and made dishes and marvelled at my children's beauty":—The Wooing of Dorothy. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Jottings and Jingles J -^ i (BY CECIL POOLFE;^ "Tho philosopher discoursed of.f-irminp, meta physics* and made dishes and marvelled at my children's beauty";-The Wooing^/Dorothy. Mr. W. M. Giloa has been six yoara in his present location. He has no crop, only a few acres under lucorno. But here again aro groat lucerne possibilities in the shape of groat rich alluvial flats. A year ago, Mr. Giles sustained a severe loss through tho destruction of his homestead and contents by fire. Every thing became a prey to .the devouring element. Ho is at prosent temporarily camping in a.small structure. * # # All the settlers down tho Burro wa river to within 24 miles of Cowra, are dependent upon tho Frog'moro-Burro wa mail service-save for the mail that goes down the river on Saturday and back on Sunday-and at other times the most of these people havo to go from six to nine miles to post or receivo let ters. Of course, neighborly attentions aro as courteous and copious here as elsewhere in tlio...

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GLUTTED BOOK MARKET. DIFFICULTIES OF REVIEWERS AND BOOKSELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Gl/CJTTED BOOK MARKET. DIFFICULTIES OF REVIEWERS ANt) BOOKSELLERS. ' I ' Oclobcr is usually a busy uioutli for pthe output'of new. books,- but :this year i they liave .fallen.in'a perfect'avalanclie. I During the present week, in particular, I it lias been quite impossible for the 1 reviewers to deal with the enormous I quantities whi'eh have been received. | Some days as: many: as sixty or seventy volumes have come into our own office, among -vythoiu. . sucli ; bulky / works as I Peary's "North 1'ole,"?> the biographies lot' Beaeonstield, Cecil llhodes, John I Bright, and Mr .John-Redmond, and Mr | AVilliaiu O'Brien's--"Olive Bianuh;in Ire land." Speaking to a "Daily News" repre sentative oil Or'tobev28, a well-known reviewer and'author said that the out put of; books: this: autumn had been far beyond'-that of. the two previoua .years. Tiiis was partly due to the fact that for various reasons, including political un rest ami the death of King Edwnrd, a number of books had been h...

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WAR IN THE AIR. AEROPLANE V. DIRIGIBLE. DIFFICULTY OF DESTROYING A BALLOON. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

WAll IN 1'IIE Am. AEROPLANE V. DIRIGIBLE. . DIFFICULTY OF DESTROYING A £ BALLOON. Mr W. EV Reid, lecturing on Tuesday at a meeting of the Aeronautical So ciety'(said "Lloyd's News"-on October 30) -expressed the opinion that the de structive effect of. explosives dropped from airships and aeroplanes had been much^overrated, though a.t first the moral effect would be great. . If- a fleet of air craft invaded this country it was very unlikely that any would get away. . They wero of the greatest, for scoutirtg purposes and for ;locating submarines, but our climate, 'with its cloudy days, .would be a great protection against their effective use. ..Colonel-Stone, R.A., commanding the South-Western Coast Defences, was convinced that the highest training and ?constant/practice were needed before aerial objects could be (hit by gunners. Before missiles discharged from guns on airships or dropped could be serious ly regarded :as. likely to. hit their mark he 'thought they would have to wait a...

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LUST FOR SLAUGHTER. THE "BATTUE" SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

I LUST FOR SLAUGHTER. THE "BATTUE" SEASON. By A SPOUTSMAN in Uic "Daily Mail." Though the craze for huge "bags" is happily and healthfully dying out, there will be all over the country during the Autumn and Winter more "battues,'' or "big shoots," than have taken placcfor many years. For the ideas.of the coun try gentleman -are changing. In the old days the stiuirc was usually content to' go out alone, with his dogs and his keeper, and his muzzle-loading "Pur dey" or "Joe Manton," and Hush his wild pheasants, In brakes and spinneys and shaggy roughs and hedgerows. Hev enjoyed the air, the gentle exercise, and the conduct of his pointers, setters, or spaniels, and he got an appetite for his barbarous mid-day "dinner," together with a limited amount oC absolutely pure sport; bagging, perhaps, In the course of the early hours of a short winter's day, to his own piece, some eight or ten brace of wild pheasants; though it must not be forgotten that a hundred years ago enormous bags were ...

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Defective Vision [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Defective Vision The representative of MR. E. BOSCH, I'.S.M.G., the successful Consulting Op tician of Martin l'laeo and Pitt Street, Sydn&y, will again visit chis district at an e.rly da'e. All and sundry who Suffer with Headache, Insomnia, Aversion to Light, Ejestrain, or Failing Sight of any kind should call and have their eyes examined and glasses inado to order by this rdliable optician. Mr. Bosch's work Is well and favourably known throughout the district, aud tho reliability of his tvork can be testified to by .his numerous and grateful clients. Got it into tho blood. Nkmia TONIC in fuses stamina throughout tho system.

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Holiday Arrangements at Cowra Post Office [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Holiday Arrangements at Cowra Post Office Ou Thursday next, January 20th, the Post Otlico will bo opou from U am. till 12 noon. All mails will closo at noon. Streofc boxos will bo eloarod at 12 noon only. Morning dolivory only by lottor carrier. Lato foe letters can bo posted in railway brakovan as usual. The Tolograph Office and Tulophono Kxuhango will bo open all day as usual.

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