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Big Horse Sale at Gilgandra. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
Big Horse Sale at Gilgandra. Messrs. Bodford, Taylor and Weston, Ltd., Wellington, and Messrs. Tibbifcs and. SDns, Gilgandra, aro holding a special horse sulo, at Gilgandra on Tuesday and Wednesday, tho 7tTi and 8th of February. The yarding will include some splendid heavy and nctivo draught colts and fillios, also a big number of useful horses, direct from tho brooders, so buyers Can attond with ovory confidence, as tho horsos will bo found a superior lot for absolute salo.
TRIED IT ON THE HOR E. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
TRIED IT ON THE IIOK K. "When driving from Tumwoclh to Bowling Alley I'oiut-, o .e of my horses took bad with gripes nml got down kick ing aud struggling," says Mr. ^'ain Pyrke of Bowling Alley Point, N.^.W. ''Those who passed mo considered the horse would die. As I always carry Chainber laiu's Uolic, Cholera aud Dhrrhoea Rem edy for my own use in case of emergency, I put a whole bottle of it in half a pint of wtver and gave it to the horse. In lees than a quarter of on hour ho was up and started to feed It is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that I have to thauk for saving me a good horso." Every thing works as smoothly as clock work nt the Lyceum Pictures. Visit them on Tuesday icexf. Lyceum pictures to the front on Tuesday next, tin finest pictures th;*t ever visited Oowrn, coma an-. I see Tuesday's programme and yon will be sa!l&lt;fi"d our statement h correct. Prices 21 and 1?, ladies Is all p»rt9 of tlio hnl'. Thi; is no tinpot show. Rotnrns ander the ...
Picture Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
Picture Shows.1 Picturo shows in Sydney are all the rage, people load the trams proceeding to these fine picture shovva, why not at Oowra, when we take into considera tion tho fact that the Lyceum Pic ture3 are equally good. These pictures will bo shown on Tuesday noxt in the Centennial Hall, Cowra. Get into the habit oE visiting this show and you will a'.ways come. iVicco and Is ; ladies Is all parts of hall; children half price.
School Scholarship. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
I School Scholarship. Wo heartily congratulate Master Lislo P. Moore, son of Mr. G. Moore, tho worthy Principal of our Superior Eublic School, upon having succeeded in -winning a State Scholarship, with grant. May this bo simply the fore runner of a brilliant academical career is the earnest wish of his many Gowra friends. ,
City Post Card Depot. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
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The Weeks Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
The Weeks Rainfall. Following records aro posted at tlie local P.O.: - Friday - Oowra 95, Blayney 37, Bathurst 19, Carcoar 43. Saturday-Batliarsfc 11, Oanowindra 18, Grenfoll 30, Oowra 25, Guuning 61, Orauge 35, Blayney 21. Monday -Gunning 14, Oowra 32. Wednes day-Oowra 83, Oanowindra 118, Blayney 75, Carcoar 85, Bafcliursfc 57, Gunuing 45, Orange 38.
SIGNOR CARUSO STUNNED. CURIOUS MISADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
SIGJJOR CARUSO STUNNED. CUMOUS MISADVENTURE. / ? Signer Caruso, .'while singing at. Mun ich on Tuesday in "La ;.Boheme,': -sus tained an injury, which la more severe fthan that to Ills knee (said' VLloyd's News" on October 16.) 1 ' v: At' the-closei of the second aot&lt; Caruso -who was appearing In the "part; of' Rodolphe, was called before the curtain . to acknowledge the ent'husisistic ap plause of the public. . In stepping forward the singer struck his- head violently against- a piece of -iron-plated msichlnery. which the sceno shifters had lowered- into, position be lilnd the curtain. . : Caruso was, stunned, and 3ie remained unconscious for a long time. He insis ted.- however, on appearing in the third act, and played his role until the end of the opera without the audience "becoming aware of the mishap. The doctor on Wednesday reported that Caruso was suffering from concus sion of the brain, and he has forbidden "him to fulfil the rest of his engagement 'at Alunich.
TURNIP CULTIVATION FOR FAT LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
TURNIP CULTIVAfION [ FOR FAT LAMBS. In New Zealand the turnip crop is a big factor in fat lamb production. The carrying capacity of the farms is ma terially increased by its means. In cer tain of the moister districts of . Vic toria, particularly in the south-western and south-eastern areas, turnips should do well. The aphis is a danger, but not sufficiently so to justify no atten tion being given to the root. At Narre Warren Mr S. J. Webb plants as late as possible because of the pest. CULTIVATION. The methods followed in New Zealand should be Instructive. As with rape, the land is worked down to a tilthy con dition, and in the preliminary .treatment an effort should be made to destroy weeds. The land is ploughed In the ..inter, and after being finely culti vated should be rolled prior to drilling, so that that implement may worii even ly, and so that the seed may not be burled at too great a depth. After drill ing the chain harrows or brush harrows may be used. Some New Zealand fa...
JAPANESE INFLUX TO KOREA. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
JAPAXESIO IXiriiUX TO KOREA. According to the Seoul correspondent of a Japanese paper, from 600 to 900 Japanese reach Seoul daily,'. of whom about 100-remain in Seoul. Thus the Japanese in Seoul alone are increasing at the rate of 3,000 monthly. The Japan ese are also increasing in other parts of Korea. The annexation likewise ap pears. to Giave encouraged the intro duction of capital from Japan proper, though it was previously rather timid. This testifies to the safety now assured for life and property In Korea.
CALOMEL SPURS IDLE TREE. MEDICINE BRINGS OUT PLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
v CAJjO-AfEIj SI'intS IDT.J5 TISEB. MEDICINE J3TUNGS OUT PLUMS. i -That a good dose - of calomel;.Is as: ? ffooil foi- a jslclt .. I.rec as . for n sick- man: Is ???(wired .:.thV:'Llncoln.r correspondent..of the "Inter-Ocean" on July 31 ihe curi ous doctrine/worked :out"by»Mr .. William ? Morrison; station agcnt:herc,,who;clalms practical .results to. prove Ills'assertion. . orrison.:has. a .'larjre' pilira.ttree* In :front ofhouse*which Is, supposed ;to: ,:lTel'fibout t'wcnty-fivG yoarsjoUl. u >For.. years thoftreevlia^ borne but. fewplums,' never-overi one .or-1wo quarts.,v A; faith-: fill believer In calomel for the Ills :of> ; men. Mr Morrison determined- to try^his: favorlte-'remedyu on the -tree, &lt; and ;last fall'bored'-a hole In the tree, and into 'this hole inserted a spoonful of the medicine and ..them plugged' the hole up tight. «. ...TheTesult has -been* wonderful, for the ?tree, that hardly.'bore enough .plums to give- it\R ^na.me,>:has: .-several y h...
THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
THE LADIES. Ttobe of ivory cachemero cle sole. The corsage lias .a relief -.of Venetian lace, and the waist :is defined with a&lt; fold of indigo blue "satin. The scarf is of a similar blue. Simplicity.is tho key note o£ this"~party> dress for a young- girl. Thcifabric^is-: whiteninon, the skirt and fichu Slaving; a band of blush rosc-pink satin./,
KING LEWANIKA'S WISH. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
IUXG IJKWANIK.VS WISH. King Lewanilta, who was one of the most interesting guests at King Ed ward's Coronation, has written (says the "Westminster Gazette") saying how much ho would enjoy corning to King George's Coronation. "I had the plea sure," writes a correspondent, "of in terviewing the dusky King when he was in London. I asked him what had Im pressed him most. He said, through an interpreter, "The fine horses in the streets and the policemen." He was awed by Westminster .Vbbey and by the Houses of Parliament. "Do the car riages and horses ever stop, running?" ho asked, looking nt the apparently ceaseless tralTic ut' London slreets. It is a long journey frum narotselancl lo England, but the King is eager to come, next year.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
Do You Want Long, Heavy Hair? Then treat your hair well. See that it is properly fed. Growth of every kind demands proper food. Starved hair splits at the ends, turns prematurely gray, keeps short and dry. Then feed your hair. Feed it with proper food, a regular hair-food.. Feed it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. Thus help nature all you possibly can toward giving you rich, heavy, luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor 'aboutyourhair and about Ayer's Hair Vigor. Follow his advice. Ayer's Hair Vigor j DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR j Prepare J by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Uwoil, Haia.i U, S, A. , G. B. SANDERSON, ARCHITECT, Late of Butler cfc Bradshaw, Architects Melbourne. COWRA. May be consulted at tho &lt;?entbnnihij yaii'ii £. W Warren, +*^_j7rchifect ?..'"Cowsa. £)E. 6, B. Douglas Macdonald, Hon. Ophthalmic Surgeon to Orango District Hospital. MA.Y be consulted at Orango or Bafchurst Orange-First and Third Monday to Saturday of ovory month, Bathurst-Soeoud and Fourth Monday to Saturday of...
DIPPING THE LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
DIPPING THE LAMBS. Ma By of the best authorities on fat lamb raisins declare that to dip them in Quiboll's non-poisonous preparntioM before putting thorn on "topping-off" food increases flioir value from Is. per head, thr reason being that ili«»y put on mora flesh in a shorter period of time than undipped, lambs. Every farmer should test this state ment; it will pay him to do so,
A Rich Man's Advice to his Son [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
I A Rich Man's Advice to his Son Don't pay 2s Gd when Is 9(1 will lmy it Don't wait to save a pound at a time save the shilling. G. Bollinger & Co cash trnders fnexl door to Cropleys boot store) Cowra can help you to carry cut this advice. ISoys .Ta^k Tor or f niler Straw hats at. Is 9d each, suits at 3s 3d nnd 3s Gd-under the old stylo we. cot 5s Gd and Gs Gd for theso suits. Wo specialise in mens and boys clothing, Mint's why our goods are right-ul the right prices. The value we give «pnaks to you from Iherwindow-our plain iignio prices. This is where the City 1'ost Ca d Depot Branch has beon opened.*
A Bad Taste in the Mouth. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
A Bad Taste in the Mouth. It is anything but ploasaut to awako with a bad taste in the month. This al ways arises from a disordered stomack, and may be corrected by taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets immediately after supper. They cleanse and invigorate the stomach, improve the digestion and givo one a relish for his food. They are easy to tnke and pleasant iu ell'ect.
THE "SINGER" ALMANAC. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
THE "SINCER" ALMANAC. This excellent publication, for 1911, ni;iko? a welcomo appearance, a;ul, in the variety of its information upon sub jects of every-day interest, is bound to be eagerly sought for. Much new data is imported into tlio present number, and the clear and concise arrangements of tho contents render it easy to find what one requires at a glance. Farminp statistics for tho Commonwealth, busi ness law in brief, irrigation, population figures, temperature and rainfall statis tics of Australian capitals, homo dress making, sporting records, and many other items go to render tho "Singer" Almanac a capital work of refercnco, nnd a desirablo addition to both the business and the home library. There is no sewing machine in the world so widely and favourably known as the "Singer," whose virtues are enumerated here in a chatty style, whilo a couple of pages entitled "In the Sewing Room" will, wo think, provo highly acceptable to our lad.v readers. Copies of tho Almanac may be ...
IF THE PAWPAW COULD SPEAK. What It Would Say. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911
IF THE PAWPAW COULD SPEAK. What It Would Say. The Pawpaw troo bears fruit for the benefit of nil that euro to oat thereof, whether man, beast, or bird, if it could speak it would say: "Pluck of my fruit; not only is it pleasant to tasto, but it will assist your digestion and clear your blood. All I ask in exchange is that you should drop a few of my seeds by the wayside, so that when my trunk withers in death I shall still bq represented among tho trees of tho living." Dr. T.P. Lucas, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., has, after many years of patient re search and experiment, produced an Ointment and a Pill which contain in a highly concentrated form all the pe culiar ferments of the Pawpaw Apple useful to man as a curative agent. Ac companied with a course of Dr. Lucas' Pawpaw Pills, which in nearly every case render important assistance to the Ointment in its good work. Tho fol lowing specimen case will speak for itself: Says Jonathan Carseldino, of North gate, near Nundali, Brisbane: "For 13 y...