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Municipal Elections. NO CONTEST. THIS YEAR. THROUGH INFORMAL NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Municipal Elections. NO CONTEST. THIS TEAR. THROUGH INFORMAL NOMI NATIONS. The official nomination of candi dates took place at the Council Chambers on Friday at noon, there being present:-Dr. Foley, Aid. Connolly and Robertson, Messrs. Robertson, Bougen, and two press representatives. The Returning Officer announced that he had received the following nominations: H. M. Bougen, nominated by A. B. Thomas and John Chivers. John Connolly, nominated by W. A. Stokes, P. Links, J. Peisloy, C. j Campbell, and W. Golsby. W. H. Y. Corp, nominated by J. | Peisley, R. B. Phillips, and W. | Golsby. J. H. Fagan, nominated by J. Montgomerio, C. K. Rose, and, J. Connolly J. E. Foley, nominated by J. Miller, R. B. Phillips, J. Chivers, C. K. Rose, Jos. Monaghan, H. McLaren, W. A. Stokes, J. Peisley, C. Camp bell, and W. Golsby P. Links, nominated by W. Golsby and J. Peisley J, Montgomerie, nominated by «W A Stokes, J Peisley, C Campbell, and W Golsby J R McDonald nominated by Annie Waldow, A E Thom...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Another Departure. SEND-OFF TO MR. G. F. GIBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Another Departure, j SEND-OFJP .TO MR. G. F. i - v:. GIBSOf.\ V . ' . | In answer to an invitation extended 1 by Rev." fathers D. O'Kennedy \and N,; Cooney, a number of friends of Mr. Gv F." Gibson, who lias occupied a responsible position < at Messrs. Squire and Popper's establishment for some two years-and is now launching, out on-his own account at Byron Bay, in conjunction with Mr. Spinks, a friend of some years stand ing-assembled at the Presbytery on Monday evening to bid him g^>od-bye. Included in the gathering were the following: - Revs. 'Fathers D. O'Kennedy (in the chair), N. Cooney, and J. Dunne,Messrs. R. B. Avery, T. Dwyer, J. Bourke, W.; McCarthy, Jos. Reilly, Jay, W. Amos. Spicer, IV Monaghan, J. Deaq, H; and W. Ryall, I Ray Pepper, J. B^rge|/;and T. Dowd. The early p6^t^^of^j£e^eyemng>j was devoted to games inch. aB cards, ( draughts, otc. Some splendid re cords were also heard from a very fine zouophone. " v ^: Rev. Father O'Kennedy^ in thank ing th...

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DAVIS AND BELLAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

DAVIS AND BELLAMY. On Wednesday, February 1st, a clear ing Bale will bo conducted at Yam, on ac count of Mesai'3 Squire Bros, when the whole of tboir valuable farming plant will bo submitted to public competition. Luncheon provided, ' See advt.

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J. PEISLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

J, PEI3LEY. To-day (Saturday), llie above, in con junction with Mr, - J. ^Mcintosh,. wilt offer sheep, caUle and horses' at the flUo w yards. - . ..

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U. W. MUGGRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

u. W. MUGGRIDGE. I Oij Wednesday next a Bale of . valuable sheep, c&ttlo and horses will, be conductod at Hoimvvood. Soo advfc.

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BILIOUS ATTACKS CURED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

BILIOUS ATTACKS CUItED. Suderers from bilious attacks should read this reraurkaMe letter from Mr, Donald Coucts, of Condah, Vic. "I have been a continuous suflerer from headache and bilious vomiting attacks for 25 years. During that tirao I have been treated by I doctors, besides using all sorts of medic ! ines that proved usless. Being a'most | afraid I could never be cured, I tried -Chamberlain's Tablets, and can assure you that they coinpletly cured me, and I feel like a new man. I can conscientiouly ! reeommend them to all who suffer from | stomach and liver trouMes." Sold cvery ' where. i ? '

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POULTRY. SUBSTITUTE FOR MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

/POULTRY. SUBSTITUTE FOIS MEAT. HOW TO PROVIDE WORMS. One way of providing food which will take the place of meat Is to form a pit for encouraging the growth "of worms. A Ffench authority on this subject writes as follows:--"The best position in which to dig for the purpose of supply ing animal food to hens l.i a dry place exposed to the sun and away from wind. As fermentation takes plate, unpleasant exhalations escape, conse quently these pits should be at some distance from any dwelling houso. The capacity of a worm pit may vary greatly. The conditions of success and the speedy development of the larvae demand certain geometrical proportions. The best ,dimensions for rapid develop ment of larvae are S feet 8 Inches deep and 6 feet 6 Inches wide. The length is of no consequence, and may vary according to the number of hens to be ?fed. "The bottom of the pit should be hard nnougli to Imprison the larvae, which,, on reaching the period of metamorpho- 1 sis Into chrysalides, endeavor ...

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Cudgelo Subdivision A Highly Successful Sale. RECORD PRICES OBTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

I Cudgelo Subdivision A Highly Successful Sale. .RECORD PRICES OBTAINED. On Wednesday Afternoon, tho Con. tennial Hall was crowded with people of the right sort, so far as tho auctioneers and vendors were concerned, tho ma. jority of them having an eyo on one or ' other of the choice blocks to bo submit, te'd. Messrs Davis and Bellamy con. ducted the sale, Mr. G. Bellamy wiold ing the hammer, being ably assisted by Mr. S. M. Davis, whilst Mr. F. G. Callaglian attended to tho clerical por tion of the business. Messrs Colin Campbell, W. A. Stokes, F. J. L. Dunlop and Ranken (executors), occupied seats on tho stage during the sale. The torms and conditions having boon read, tho salo was immediately proceeded I with. Bidding was briBk from tho [ start, and continued so spiritedly to tho 1 conclusion of the sale that practically tho whole of the blocks wero disposed of that afternoon. The top prico realised was £'J 17s, Mr. Thomas Fogarty, of tho Royal Hotel, paying that price for a bloc...

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Money in Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Money in Tallow. Just think of it Mr. Farmer, you can got 8s for a kerosene.,tin full, at the Cowra Soap Works,. Brifebane-st. So oome along and support local in dustry. Empty tins given away in any quantity.*

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USEFUL WATER CART. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

XTSEPITIJ WATJCK CAIIT. I , Any available pair of wl'fols may be. . used in the construction of'the device shown..in "the accompanying illustra- . tion. The axle, which is mado of Iron, . . can be bent close to the hub of tho , .'wheels, so as to bring the barrel near , the ground, and thus facilitate hand line1 of the water. The platform can ' bo made any desired size, largo enough for two barrels, if necessaiy. English Walter : Which side, of tho'lasts ilo yo'i wish to sit on. islr? Americuu Gusst; 1 prefer to sit ou a chair.

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POULTRY KEEPING. THE QUANTITY TO FEED [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

I'OUi/rHV KKEriXG. i-V THE QUANTITY TO FEED " ' ; A very frequent.'question, p rtlr llar .iy among those who nre comparatively, new to the work, is "Jlow much meal or {rrain shall I supply to my fowls in order-to maintain them In good^ health mul > condition?".- It Is -? dangerous to ' state that ... such . nnd,- . such a quantity of foot! Is necessary to maintain a bird of such and such a weight In good condition. The rcqulre ments 'of a -fowl vary'so immensely, ft).' one thing, in accordance .with the breed. Some exhaustive experiments, extend ing over -three years, which were con cluded a short time ago, (saya a writer in-a Scotch paper), domon.<rntcd* the fact that uihile an ndult Leghorn *nced«i no more than 4 tozs of food a- 'day to maintaln-it In*.good condition,?aBrahma'> requires as much as 17 ozs. , ; i These aro extreme cases, b'uPthey servo to show how Impossible It is to ?glvo any stated- quantities.. The. amount varies greatly, -too, .with the conditio...

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FOWLS ON SMALL HOLDINGS. INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

FOWLS OX SMAMi HOLDINGS. INTETtESTINtf FI.GURES: ? i ;; A great many inquiries are- recclvcd regarding the keeping of poultry on small holdings." ?. The Ulevelopmont of small; holdings « comes at -a . fortunato period In the history, of '.poultry-keep-, log, for the rnurlcet for eggs and chickens was never more promising than at present. 'Some facts connected with poultry-keeping for profit that have been stated by Mr Edward Brown, one of our greatest living authorities on poultry,; are of very great Interest to all who are going In for fowls, with the idea of increasing their income. ' <. i Sufllclent capital Is'a necessity; Apart from houses, this may be taken at £10" an acre. It ts necessary-also to.arrango for living expenses for two years,, dur ing the period of building up tlhe busi ness. when the outgoings arie In excess of the returns. A stock fowl will cost to produce from 3/ to 3/6 at six or seven months old. . Selected specimens will realise as breeding stock f...

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THE VINEYARD IMPROVING TABLE GRAPES. THINNING CHOICE BUNCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

THE VINEYARD IMl'liOVIXG TABIiE GRAPES. THINNING CHOICE BUNCHES. No definite rule can bo laid down for the thinning o£ cholco table grapes. As a rule oi.e-third ot the crop should be taken away. Clean foliage must be secured to obtain good, luscious fruit, an the coloring and. sweetening, matter Is largely influenced by the foliage. One bunch of grapes on a spur would be considered a heavy crop. The lessening of the bunches should be performel as early as possible, and also the thinning o£ the berries, which requires delicate handling and great patience. The operalor must take a little forked stick in the left hand to steady the bunch, and hold it firmly without touching Jt, then the right hand Is free to use a pair ot scissors, which should be point ed and sharp. Any long, straggling shoulders may be shortened, and then the Inner berries: cut away, next the. small berries, . and'"then the side ones thinned out. .>- ? . AN UNTIIINNI3D BUNCH. The miniaturej berries showing on the ...

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AMERICAN DRAUGHT HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

j AMEH1CAX DRAUGHT UOISSFS. '! The : typo ofheavy (Ir.uigUt horses, most./,In (lema'iuVJn .'.Ne.wfl-ork are' an!-; ;tr-als standing from sixteen to seventeen, hands, - and "weighing from 1500 to'1800' pounds.- Occasionally an - order "Is 're ceived' for - horses"weighings 20001b, - but such are rare. . As. a rule,, the. great browing : concerns .? purchase x young horses, and as- they are well fed and well cared for they-generally Incroase in weight, and it often happens'that a." horse weighing 16001b when purchased will tip the bcam> at 20001b during his term of service. There have been In-, stances when the'dealers have handled horses in very high flesh that weighed 22001b, and. on one occasion they picked up a horse fiV the breeding district that weighed 2480ib., This horse is a dapp'.e grey, standing 18 hands, and is the: largest and mor-t highly finished )»ig animal ever seen In Now York. Not-: withstanding size and weight, he Js as nimble on his feet as a 1000-pound trotr' ...

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FACTS CONCERNING BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

FACTS CONCEKXTXC. BEES. A queen bee lives'about three years,; ntul is capable of laying several liuii-, dred thousands of eggs In a season, or about;2000 per day in- the height of- the breedings season. -The queen- is fertil ised by a drone only . once;in - her-:life time/withiivfrom one.to six. weehs; after, ht'r - birth,: and. a: few days: laXlerv slm commences,tolay .eggs.: . She; lays all-. eggs for,' drones as well as for' workers/ The-?dro'nes!'nrl)d nee'. neither . ivax£ i nor honey,-andidepfnd on the rest "for-their subsistence, v:bw»g idle.spectators of the others^inborsM>They.appear to', be" formea":only"for.»theV-momentary..l)Ut'im-' portiint . tint-JV'.sot'v-impregnation; . since they perish:when this;purposetis accom-: plished. , The cirone has no sting..

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BEEKEEPER. GATHERING THE HONEY. SECTIONS AND FRAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

BEEKEEPER. "> . GATHERING TUTS IION1CY. SECTIONS AND FRAMES. The removal of honey from the hives .requires to bo carried out at the right time. In regard to the work, an Eng lish apiarist states that where the tier ing up system has been practised, by which it Is claimed more honey is got, tt Is best to remove each super as soon as completed, say twice a week, and if a piece of glass is placed in-the centre of the quilt over the feed hole the con dition of each super can be ascer tained at glance, and after taking from the hive, free of bees, it should be placed on one side out of the reach of the bees, which miglit rob and spoil the nice capplngs. If the supers are allowed to remain on the hive after being finished t'hey thicken the cap ping's and they lose their Inviting aP ,pearance. More sections should, of course, be given as the others arc re moved provided the season is not on tho wane, when the surplus room should bo contracted, and it will be found more sections will be ...

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

CROUD'S The Mouse for Bangles o w <h <8 pT i* tsg W§ CO cT Dim £. ?gJlID «!, -p W V .. «3tt .d o 0 9et. Gold Bangles, Handsomely Engraved, Flat op Hair-Round, £2-2-0 Nellie Stewart Gold Bangles (size of illustration), 9et., 35/-; 15et" 55/ (wax-illled to prevent denting), others 21/- to 80/ V. J. proud, Jfrtist Jeweller, 187 piii 'St (near Xing st-), Sydney. And Hatton Cardcu, London ! i i LIMITED A Progressive Company of Wool and Produce Brokers. Each head of the Company directly controls a department of the business, and cives personal attention to diagonal of all consignments; The Company tells only WOOL and PRODUCE,* so tho wholo timo and attention of Directors and Staff Are concentrated 011 securing on tiro satis faction to consignors of those lines. Call and see them to hen next in town. Offices: 44 Bridge Street, Sydney. ^ ft 6 SS 6 B ifc S «. bss- usb -^sti ie^ I BOSKER II «l RABBIT | I POISON'S ^9t Will rot l^nlto 0pontun«ouoly. c2y 4Q1 Soofclot «cni f...

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Darby's Falls. (From a Correspondent.). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Darby's Falls. , . (From a Correspondent.). . />A-.. well attended meeting of lli'o Darby's -Falls Association was hold in Mr. N. B. Jordan's liall on Saturday, 14th instant, Mr." Thos. M'arkham , being in the chair. On tbo motion of Messrs G. Harris and P. A. Whitty, the minutes were cjnfirmed. Ptoposed by Messrs G. Harris and P. A. Whitty " That the secretary be insiroctod to write to the Ministei for Lands, throughf,Mr. Waddell. M.P. asking for a camping reserve on the Cowra-Darby'a Falls ruad, between : the 7 and 8 mile pegs."-Carried. This reserve had been previously applied for, but Mr. Stephen, surveyor, informed the-Association that the site in question was untuitable owing to the absence of water. He also stated . that tho roads on the Cudgelo estate embraced an area of 3D acres, which ? he jvould make an effort to have ex changed for a V shaped piece which extended to the river from the vicinity of the 7-nii'e peg. Much to the sur priso of tho Association, nothing more ...

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Cowra Up-to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Cowra Up to-Datei »Mioi3 aim ntj s; ipmuq qodo([ picQ qso,! All,-) oijj; V)ij pipnaids 11 oqui niiiu dois urcj qjnoi JO until A'nxi qsouipj pouuoj -U{ 0JB 9,\v "Japio nuaiu on jo Sinjoiiul} aqonap BpooS oip jo ssatiiutmis oi[ j, ' . uijij sujt £q ?no paujrna Apou-is Jinipuj? i|stjo JO g[nssj ai|) bi au{i!A .(jvnipjovjjxo sn|j, .ano box tSF B sraoas ssg !)d oins y -jit'd B95'° °>1!I JI00l Avopni.w aiaqi tit pn soI*qtJ saa3119.11 suaut 'asaq'i u; asiiuiaods (o.ioqs ijooq B,AaidoJo oa Joop qx'an) '-of) puu jaSni(jog '-q *oxqniitiA\j A\ou aju siiinoif (rtW nam ioj sai[qojo ina.w-oi Spvoi pa -Mjrnj, 'sonij oinos ut u 3U aiup-oq-dn so HnniaS Bi'njAvoo °1 °1'C3 S<1I

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Morongla. From a correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Morongla. ; From a correspondent. A heavy fall rain was recorded, here last week 146 pointsinall. It ia raining again to-day, over 40 points having been registered up to tho present. This rain will do a wondorful amount of good although tho few farmers who havo not yet completed their harvost will suffer. It i3 considered that tho yield for tho district will bo considerably above tho average. The polling bore for tho Shiro elec tion is likely to be heavy, as-a great number of ratepayers aro very dissatis fied with the treatment received from the late Councillor and it is not unlikely wo will have a change in tho represen tation after tho elections. ^From our own Correspondent. A special meeting of tho Hall Com mittee was held on January 7th to con sider the granting of an extension of Mr H H Fowler's license, which expires in two years time. Mr Fowler stated lie could not thirik of building again, his leaso only having two years to run. tho Committee of tho Morongla Mechan ic's Inst...

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