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Ask a Doctor? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Ask a Doctor? Ho will tell you a lielmel. liat is the hat; for head protection in ibis summer of ours. AVe sell a line of theso at Us 3cl that lias a shapeliness nudappeuraneo worth 10s Gd. See our whitlow -every article marked iu plain ligtires. Our cash trading makes every article :i friend to jour pocket. Panama hats Bollinger's special ftt 12s Gd. This is a line usually sold at 21s. Only two dozen leff, so come early. Our silver coin shirts-two shillings and six pence-with stilt' eulfs nnd collar bands -mind not rubbUh-but another example of what cash trading will do. G. Bollinger and Co., cash traders (nexo door to Crop ley's boot store) Cowra-where tho City Post Card Depot Uraneh is.»

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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C.P.S. Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

C P S. Returns. Mr Miller, CPS,- has kindly supplied us with the following Rotarn of bnsiness transacted by the Clerk of Petty Sessions, Registrar of the District Court, &c., <fcc., Cowra (exclusive of Land Agency business), and of moneys received by by him in all capacities for the year ended 3 let December, 1910. Potty Session Court Transactions. 1. Number of casas under the Vagrancy Act and drunkards punish ment provisions of the Police Offences Act, 328. 2. Number of Petty Sessions Court, cases where accused liuve been .arrested, exclusive of thoso under 1, 47. 3. Number of Petty Sessions Sum mons cases, exclusive of those under 1, 177. 4. Number of cases committed for trial, 7. Number of applications for auctioneers', pawnbrokers', hawkers', stage carriage, second hand dealers', collectors', and other licenses, made to the bench of Magistrates, 33. Children's Court Transactions. Number of Summons and Charge cases, 14. Applications for State Aid for children, ...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Police Court. TUESDAY. (Before Mr. J. T. West, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Police Court. .TUESDAY. (Before Mr. J. T. Wost, J.P.) John Hayes. ; Having . insufficient visible means of support. Sentenced to 14 days in Cowra lock-Up.1 Patrick Steutlcr. Drunkenness at Koorawatlia. Pined 10s, in default 3 days gaol. Edward Davis. Indecent languai'ge. Fined 40s, in default 14 days gaol. John Mitchell. Riotous behavior and indecent language. Pined 20s in default 7 days gaol, and 40s, in default 14 days gaol for iudeceut language. Chas. Smith, alias Patrick Dwycr. Riotous behavior. Fined 20s, in default 7 days gaol. Chas. Smith alias Patrick Dwyer. Indecent language. Fined 40s, in default 14 days gaol. Alice McMauus v. '.Thomas Brad well. Overlioldiug tenancy. Mr. Gilcrcest for complainant. Pleaded guilty. Costs of com plainant assessed at £1 10s, to be paid forthwith, in default 7 days.

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Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them ? If you are not a bootmaker you can't. Good boots embody something more than style and linish. It's the material you want, and it must be made up by good workmanship. All Wahkom BROS' Boots are thoroughly examined by a lirst class Bootmaker befure they are put on our shelves for eale. Wo also pay attention tto style and comfort. Put quality with I price before buying elsewhere.*

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Waugoola Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Waugoote Shire. The usual meeting of thy abjvo Coun ou took place on Saturday last. Pre sent:-Crs. Sloan (in tho chair), Fa^an. Smallacombe and .Rowlands. 1 ° The minutes were read and confirmed. An apology was tendered for Or i Purcell's absence. COIlflEsr.)NDnNCB. From Mr. J. p, McWilliam, Grunt wood, applying for permission to lay a w iter pipe under tho Forbos-Cowra road about 10 ohains, on the Goolagong side or the ten mile peg. Received, and permission grantod sub ject to the approval of the Engineer, on Fagan °f °rS' SmalIacomb° From tho socretary to the A and P Association, Blaynoy, asking tho Coun.' cd to take the requisite steps to havo Wednesday March 29th, second (hay of i j i800'0^.a annual show proclaimed a public holicay ju tho Oowra district. i Kcceivol and application refused. Orf«Tm >' -J' 'V 13yrno> Morongla eek, nl,P'ymg for uppointmout as mamtonanoe man in A iiidiri* -Re ceived, ° From tho Postal Department; (2\ fPr?.mmar0'T' (4°o!a3°nn >' ^ petition' f...

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Our Tailors. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

.Our Ifailprs 0/ course, you would like to have an idea bow they eould make you a suit, J well, when you see the smartness of I heir , tailored-ready-to wear clothing we lmve on sale-that-'sic" the touts have-that . perhaps a tailored ready-to wear coat i (its you almost perfectly-yon will know j then how perfectly jou could be fitted by < ns making for you to the fruction of an i inch. We beleive our cutter is second to none in the State. Our money-saving ] prices by menus of cash trading will keep your suit bill down. Should any inaccuracy ever occur in measuring another suit'will be made. The most fashionable materials nlwnys available. G- Bollinger and Co., Cowra (next door to Cropley's boot store) where the City l'ost Card Depot branch baa been established.*

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Engineer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Engineer's Report. Improvements to road leading to Willow Trco Bend, Canowiudra. I havu again inspected this road, and 1 havo given instructions to the main tenance gftng to cut down and grado aud otherwise improve the road. Also to put iu the stono crossing in tlift Bclttbuhi Riverwhich was ordered I some time ago, and will ho jiint with tho Boreo Shire. I may1 point out that the proposed work would be greatly improved if Council would permit mo to metal the approaches, when cut down as mentioned above. This would mean, roughly speaking, I and additional cost of say £70, or iE gravel can bo obtained say £80. I estimate the cost of completing the work as Orderod to be : Crossing in river, Ray £50 ; road work, £40. Approved. t Mr. Busby's application, ro ex changing roads, accompanied with sigued agreement from people princi pally interested, I havo made en quiries and havo to advise that Council sliould agroa to the proposed alteration. Approved, on the motion of Crs. Smallacombo an...

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ABERCROMBIE CAVES. A Great Tourist Attraction of the West. PART III. Western Side. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

ABERCROMBIE CAVES. A Great-Tourist Attraction of the West. PART III.     Western Side. (By W. H. GROSVENOR, Caretaker.) A short wooden staircase leads to a landing, from which is to be had an-   other fine view of the Hall of Terpsi- chore, which now presents itself in a new dress and far in the distance can again be seen the great north entrance to the Archway, and here and there are great domes and spires. Some of   the latter are still in process of forma- tion, as can be plainly seen from their snow-white caps and points. Here, on the left hand, is the Chinese Junk in bold outlines. A little further on is the Madonna and Child, and close be- side is Father Christmas. All these re- presentations are very plain, and can be readily detected. Looking from here out through the southern Arch entrance, an extremely pretty picture meets the oyo. Tlio groat bluff in which tho Qrove Cave is situated can be plainly seen, and also a portio...

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THE EARL OF FINGALL. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

THE EARL OF FINGALL The Earl of Fingall (says the "West minster Gazette"); who has met with a serious accident, in the 'hunting field, has held for many seasons the Master ship of-the County Meath Foxhounds, the most notable pack in Ireland. He is the head of one branch of the   Plunkett family, wnich is distinguished for its five separate peerages. Both he and Lord Louth are members of the same stock, and take their territorial titles from practically, the same district. The best known member of Lord Fingall's family was the late Sir Francis Plunkett, who was Ambassador at Vienna. The other members of the clan holding peerages are Lord Dunsany, Lord Plunkett (who has just returned home on his retire ment as Governor of New Zealand),   and his uncle, Lord Rathmore, who, as the Hon. David Plunkett, was one of the most eloquent members in the House of Commons. '

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Wedding. SHOEMARK—FRAZER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 21 January 1911

Wedding. SHOEMARK—FRAZER. On| Tueaday, January 10th, a quiet wed- ding took place at Holy Trinity Church, Grenfell, when Harold Louis Shoemark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shoemark, of Lake Bathurst, near Goulburn, was united in the bonds of holy matrimony to Florence Jane, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Frazer, of this town, the Rev. A. M, Levick, B.A., officiating.   The bride who wore a dress of pale heliotrope christaline, trimmed with applique and lace, and hat trimmed with lilac and ribbon to match, looked very nice as she entered the church with her father. She carried a bouquet of white hydrangea and maiden-hair fern, and wore a pearl and ruby wreath brooch, gift of the bridegroom. Her two younger sistors (the Misses Gladys and Dorris Frazer) who were dressed in cream silk frocks with hat to match, and wore ruby and pearl brooches, gifts of the bridogroom, were the brides- maids. Mr. Nelson Frazer was best man. A very large number of people (in- cluding many of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

TMat-W© mwm ©f THIS is a little "FEW DAYS FLUTTER " to give you the opportunity of securing a nicely TRIMMED HAT at a moderate [price. We'd sooner see these HATS on your head , than adorning the stands in our showroom.. That's why we have marked them at Special Prices . 'They are the modes of tho month very stylish and differen1-. in trimmings and design to each other and hats elaewheie. NOW, 10U READY-TO-WEARS . , , . . .. BURNT STRAW, trimmed with Velvot... ; THAT'S OOME WHAT AND WE PROVE SAY ! " IT. VARIOUS' ' SHAPES All Reduced. : ... 5s 6d to 9s lid . ' . ... 103 6d . AND STYLES, -i * - K 1 ' Prices from IO/6 to '£2/2/-. M H YAM The Store that Keeps the Prices Down CO WS A. First Sale Announcement to the Residents of Cowra and District! TO COMMENCE ? Saturday Next, 21st January, MR. E. R. E. ROBINS. HA.VING just returned from Melbourne and Sydney, Where be- secured some exceptional BA.RGA.INS -included in same part of a Manufacturers Stock Blouses, Costumss, and TTndorclothin^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

CAUTION TO TRESPASSERS. ANY person or persons found trespassing in ray paldocks at fcho White Howe, Watbuinandara, after this date without my permission, will be PROSECUTED as.fcbe law directs. JAMES CIIOKE. Wattamaiidara, . November 7,1910. : Bookseller & . Stationer latQBt English and Colonial Magazines. and Fashion Journals ALWAYS ON HAND. ' A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ' FANCY GOODS & CROCKERY. Local and Metropolitan Papers promptly Delivered or Posted. A'iENT FOft Yat&s' Reliable-Seeds All WAYS,jfal&k * ? IWYMMMW.-Ai>Y:KKlianm.' 1 UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE SURPLUS RAILWAY j-MATERIAL. SATURDAY, 28TH JANUARY. AT THE RAILWAY DEPOT, COWRA. C. K.-ROSE'&? COY. hate- received in stract ions ffom the Public [Works Depart raenfc, to sell bf .Public Auction at the Cowra-Canowindra Railway Depot,Cowra, . on the above date at 2 o'clook Timber, ,Wir6:nefcting, Poncing Posts, Wire. Rope, Manilla Rope, Casks, Tanks, etc. WITHOUT RESERVE. Saturday, Jan. 28th, ...

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F. and S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

F. and S. Association. The usual monthly meeting of the Cowra braneh ol the above took plaoo on Saturday afternoon, .when there were present Messri. fa, Molnness (President), J. Q'Neil, R. Stevenson, 0., J., and H. Matheson, Denamore, A. Onsby, E. S. Twigg, Todhunier, H. Byall, B. J. and H. Jw Brien, The President announced that Mr. J. Hammill (hon. sec.) haying sent in his resignation, Mr. Jno. O'Neil had consented to apt for that meeting. | (The gohtleman named was later ap J pointed hon: sac. for the remainder j of the term.) I The minutes were' read and con firmed, on the motion of Messrs. Stevenson and Densmor*. au»Ai< WOBKBB's WAGE#; . A eommunication from the F. and S. executive ro th« demands of the Rural Worker's Union drew forth a considerable amount. of discussion. From the #ommnnisation it was gleaned that although there was not yet any eJaim officially before the Court that it was already prepared and would shortly be submitted. It was not tonsidered the wage...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

Tennis. Following arc the handicaps for the mixed doubles tournament at present being played on the Methodist court ! Miss Maker and L. Tncker 1 bhdj Mr. and Mrs. Trubody ... 1 " Mr, and Mrs. Brewer ... ... 6 on Mrs. Monaghan and Jay ... 6 "? Miss Sohuster & Rev. Hnnter 9 " Rex Wood and Noel Lane ... 12 " Miss Ksya and H. E. Ritchie 14 " J. Monaghan & L. T. Hyams 25 " * * Following are the results of the games already played: "Mr. and Mrs. Trubody SO, beat L. Hyams and Jas. Monaghau 76. Mr. and Mrs. Trubody 80, beat Mr. and Mrs. Brewer 77. Miss Keys and H. A. Ritchio 80, beat Mr. and Mrs. Brewer 72. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer 80, beat Miss Schuster and Rev. D. D. Hunter 54. * On the 26th instant the following will represent the Methodists in a match against St. John's on the fornler's court:-Mesdaines Trubody, Monaghan, and Brewer, Miss Keys, Rev. D. D. Hunter, Messrs. Jay, L. Tucker, and Brewer. St. John's will be represented by Misses Connolly (2), Mooro (2), Meisri. Stew...

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A Plague of Ducks. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

A Plague of Ducks. Says a'wiro from Echuoa, on the Murray:-Wild ducks are doing great damage to the lucerne' crops at'- Cohuna. Some little time ago the matter- was brought under the notice ^of the depart ment, and.Constable Dockings, who-; is in charge of the district,. recoived in structions to shoot the birds.. The con stable is now busily engaged on the work of destruction. Little impression, however; se'oms to be made, as the wild fowl are so numerous. . It has boen suggested that instructions should be issued to'the Water Supply .Commission to assist the constable. In the mean time many lucerne crops are being ruined. Irregularities of the system cannot exist if you take NKMIA IONIC.

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Correspondence. THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

Correspondence, ! THE SHIRE,ELECTIONS. To the Editor. ? Sib,-Now that .thoShireElections ars near- at handit behoras all .those ratepayers who tako au interest. in their district to record their 'votes on Saturday next to .ensure the return of Messrs. Mclnerney and- O'Neil., I do not mention: Mr. Smallacombo be cause- having, had four years ex perience' of. that gentleman's steward ship manyjratepayers will not feel dis posed to give him a further lease of power. His. system-, of carrying out work is de serving of the siacerest coudemnation. Firstly, the bulk of: the work, is done by private tender, and contractors, are reaping a rich harvest out of the. Council, besides: no supervision; is, exercised over them. As an instance of this I might mention'. that, the clearing of the ; Wattamandara, to Cucumgiliga road was commenced some seven'Or eight, months ago and', is not-yet-completed^iu fact one portion of it has been left in a Very.', dangerous state. I do not know if this work ha...

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Cowra Eyesight. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

Cowra Eyesight. ERNEST BOSOUL'3 VISIT. Very fow of onr ^eailer? are aware of tlro namerous troubl( ' ^ .riseTrom the eye. 'Sensitiveness/ Insomnia, Headaches, and a serins as of sand or grit in the lids, aro all caused from eye strain, With ohe aid of properly fitted glasses (not aecoasarily io make you see better), these troubles will quickly disap pear. One cannot do better than consult the expert representative of Mr. E. Boscit, the well known Eye Specialist of Martio Place, Sydner, who intends visit ing COWRA regularly, and may be seen at the Imperial llotel, on Thursday, ltith February. This gentleman's skill needs no comment, as he has made a lifo long study of the oye, and tlie numerous cures he has effected can be certified to by numbers of his grateful clients.

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Death of Doctor Perry. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

Death of Doctor Perry. We deeply regret to have to state that : the death occurred on Friday evening at ' about 8.40 o! Doctor Perry at a private . hospital from enteric fever, after an illness of considerable duration and ? fluctuation. The case is exceedingly painful, a3 Doctor Perry was not long 1 married, and with his marriage there is ' coupled a little soft romance, he having gone to Africa to meet the lady who was to be his bride and to bring her to her new home in Australia. Unfortun ately she is bereft of a loving husband, but she will secure the fullest sympathy of her and his friends in her deep dis tress and acute aflliction. Doctor Perry .wa& the dsctor for the A.M.P. Society, and his extremely gontloraanly and pleasant demeanour had gained for him a host of frionds.-''Western Advocate."

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Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

Federal Correspond ence. Mr. T. Browb, ^f;rfdtiu6^8the following oopiea'^.J^^te^^^;Por* respondence. ' ;V" CANOWINDRA-GoOLAOONGjMAIL SEE* VICE. Sir,-With roforenoe^jtosiyoor letter of tho 7th December last and representations made at this, office by Mr. A. H. Conroy, of North Bangaroo, relative to the question of altering time-table of the Canowindra-Goolagong mail service BO aa ->tO; provide for the raturn journey Goolagong to Canowindra, I have to inform you that the Goola gong mail from Canowindra cannot be dispatched before 10.30 a.m, and at that time only, provided (a) the trails in time, and lb) the Sydney Office were to make up a direct bag for Goolagong, but the latter courae is at present impracticable. In the present circumstances, it would be fully 10.4o a.m before the Goolagong mail could be despatched, and in order to catch the return Sydney mail the contractor would require to bo in Canowindra again at 3.15 p.m at the latest. ^ The journey CanQwin^a. and .roturn is ...

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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911

Presentation. Parents of the pupils of Holy Camp school during the week procured & handsome set of silvor-mounted military brushes (in case), also a pretty go!d brooch, as presents for the lata toachor, Mr. Jos. JofFrios, and his wife, who were held in high osteom by both children and paronts. The fact of Mr. JefFrios taking his doparturo during tho holidays prevented tho mattor from being carriod out before ho left; but ^ the presents are being forwarded oh to hia new home at Bungwahl, accompanied by expressions of great regret, at losing him, and good wishos for tho future happiness of himself and family. The gifts, which bear the initials of tho re cipients, wore obtained from tho es tablishment of Mr. F. Baxtor. (Airs. Jeffries is a daughter of Sir. and Mrs. W. F; Pratt, of Woodstock, atkl was at one time a teacher at Woodstock Public School.-En. U.F.P.) #-p3t]8!iq«383 nasq SU1J qanojq -|od;>(T p«Q }so({ \Sr.0 8 H aisq u (aioiB looq s^Aaidojj) 01 loop qxaa) biavoo *'o...

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