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Sporting. The Turf. WOODSTOCK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911
j: Sporting. The Turf. . WOODSTOCK R10E3. Followihfj are the weights for the two principal events to be decided at Wood*took ou January 26th.,,&lt; Opening Handicap, ' .t. lb. Wilton ... 9 8 Eileena ... 8 12 Bltid Coat' ... 8 6 Allen ... ,ti 8 5 Blue Belt ... 7 13 Rylstone ... 7 11 Giddy Girl ... 7 0 Amberness 7 3 Nellie ... T 2 Found 7 0 Woodstock J.C, Handicap.. ' at. lb. La Patrie ... 10 2 Wilton ... 8 12 Arice ... ... 8 6 Blue Goat ... 7 13 Allen ... ... 7 12 Gain ... ... 7 9 . : Fuipie ... . 7. 6 ., , Gf4dy Girl ... 7 . 2 Ainberness ... 6 9. ...'« _ . BATHURST RAGES. The general entries for the minor srents for the Bathurst rases, which take place bit Wednesday and Thnrs* day, closed on Monday . night. The nominations, are as follows Tbial HANDICAP; Shoa, Lagoon, Lenarite, Potosi, Larris King, Amherst Queen, Kinapagee, Windroline, Gerald, War Boy, Trim, Millais, Nysa, Amber Lad. FLYING HAKDICA?, Aragain,. Monaghan, . Ley ton, Lord Daniels, Oincinatti, Jeanena, May Dance...
District Hospital. Annual Report. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911
District Hospital. Annual Report. Following will be found the annual report and balance sheet of the aboro committee, which ig to be pre* sented to the annual meeting of sub scribers to bo held at the Council Chambers at 8 .o'clock this (Wednes day) evening: ANNUAL REPORT. 'Ladies and Gentlemen, In presenting the Thirty-first Annual Roport of proceedings in connection with fcho administration of the Institution,your Committee have pleasure in thanking Sub scribers and Contributors, to the funds of tho Hospital for their valuablo support. To their generous response during the year our present satisfactory financial position is due, and although our outgoings have boon in excess of any similar period wo are enabled to transfer to our successors the handsome credit balance of -£&lt;1G5 Is 9d, i together with an estimated realisable sub sidy of £121 4s 5d, as disclosed in the ! Financial Statement appended horeto. A I Special Grant of -650 was received from j the Government towa...
Police Court. MONDAY. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911
Police Court. , . -«.-.. MONDAY. (Before the P.M.) William Tindall was fined 10/-, in ( default 7 days gaol for drunkenness. V;' 1 ; ? TUESDAY. (Before Mr. J. T. West, J.P.) Daniol Perry (an aboriginal) was charged ?with stealing a sheep skin, the property of Joseph Goolagong, at Oowra, on Jau. 23rd, 1911. Mr. Phillips for defendant. Sen. Sergfc. Ritchie gave evidence as to the arrest of defendant, from which it appeared that'he ran away some distance when he saw the polics approaching, but halted when called UDon. The property in question was then found in his possession. Joseph Q-oolagong (an aboriginal residing . at the Mission Station, Oowra) claimed the property as his. Tommy To wny (another aboriginal) a marksman, whose standard of in telligence seemed particularly low, gave corroborative evidence. Fulla Mahomet (an Indian hawker) gave evidence as --to defendant waut ing to sell him a sheep Bkin. Defendant pleaded guilty and elected to be summarily dealt with and was fined 10s...
MEDICAL REPORT. Cowra, January 21st, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911
MEDICAL REPORT. Cowra, January 21st,:l9U, H Gentlemeii,-Herewith -wo have much , pleasure in submitting-, to you our annual report for the year ending December, 1910, The number of cases treated as in patients was 310, being 19 less than the previous year. The number of out patients was 67, which is slightly ? in excess of 1909. There were 8 typhoid fever cases, with 2 deaths ; 12 diphtheria cases, without any deaths ; no scarlet fever cases. From the foregoing a, marked improve ment will bo seen on comparing the number of infectious cases treated in former years. The total number of deaths was 19, which works out at nearly 6 per cent, on the admissions. This result com pares very favorably with other similar institutions in tho State. ' Our special thanks are due to Mr. C. Campbell for the equipment of the operat ing threatre. Tho appointments of this department are on the whole very good. We look forward with pleasure to the erection of tho "Infectious" additions, as tho original ...
Church [?] SUNDAY, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911
SUNDAY, JANUARY 29. oaukoa OF ENOLAND, Cowra oy*ry - Sunday 0t 8am Holy. Qomtpanhn, H . ra and 7.30 p. «n. . (Man's SorTice 2nd Sunday it 7 30 p m j Country Ooatwa ' lit Sunday-Noil* 11 a m, Morongla 3.15 p.m, Upper Baok Creek 3.15 p m, 2nd .Sunday-M^rongl* 11 a ra Holy Com munion, HolmwooJ 3.30 p m, Wallaroo? 8.15 p m Srd Sunday-Noila (Mrs Bear'*} Ham. Morongla 3.15 p m, Lowor Baok Creek 3.15 p m, Upper Back Creok 7 in. 4th Sunday-Holmwoad 1J a m. Ho;y Communion, Lower Back Cf&lt;ek 3 15 pm, Wattamondara 3.15 p m, Morongla 7 pm. 6th Sunday-Uppnr iiaok Creek 11 am, Holy Communion Lower Back Creek 3.15 p m, Morong 1* 3.15 pm. Bennetti Springs a d other Serticei by arrangement with the Rector. ROT. A. J. ttarJner, R.D. Rev. W. Cams Caton. Mr. P. Hailey. Hon. Lay Retvle*. PRESBYTERLVN CHURCH. Covrra 11 a.ra Wa'tamondara 8.30 p.m. Morongla 7.30 p.m Mr. J. M. McDonald. Canowindra 11 a.m. Walleroog 3.30 p.m. Cowra7.30p.nl. Rev. Geo. Cranston METHODIST CHURCH. Cowra Circuit. Cowra ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911
. Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2d. The Beat Advertising Medium Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. :. ''9 1§| Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium.f a u«. u._. M Jj|AVE opened up a shipment 'of KITCHEN UTENSILS* and now offer them MUCH BELOW THE USUAL COWRA PRICES ! Light as a feather and Wear tor ever. H Saucepans and Covera, . : 5inr-2/2, 6in. 2/9,7in, 3/3, ? 8k.'''4/6 *' Pie DilS 1/10, 12ii,9 2/s!/2' Botes, agaR 9/.'4gal^ m:m T/| Saneepans and Covers,. 3pt . 2/7, 4pt. 3/-, 6pt. 3/8, 8pt. 4/4, H -Tea Kettles, 3pt 8/-, 4pt, 10/-. 6pt 12/6, .' Tea Pots, .lpt. 10/-, 2pt, 12/-, 3pt 13/G. Kettles, 16pfc._6/3, lOp.t. 9s, 12pts. 10/6; All other size? in Stock-Prices in proportion. KENRIQKS' HOLLOWWARE Nothing better made. . BRASS PRESERVING PANS L4\n. 8s, l6in lis, . 18in,..14s 6d, vc TEE AHOADE, w6wea. __LACI1C VN ST. WISHES to announce that he has taken over the above old established hotel, which he intends to conduct in an up-to-date manner. Nothing but the B...
Obituary. THE LATE MRS. T. BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911
THE LATE MRS. T. BROWN. Death claimed another citzen of long &nbsp; standing at Young on Thursday last in the person of Mrs. Sarah Jane Brown wife of Mr. T. Brown, of Young, at the age of 51 years. The deceased lady, who was a native of Cowra, leaves a husband and family of five daughters and three sons to mourn their irrepar- able loss. About 18 months ago Mrs. Brown became ill and underwent an operation at the Young District Hospit- al for an internal complaint. When she left the institution she was for the &nbsp; time releived, but six months later sym- toms of a serious character presented themselves, and acting upon the advice of Dr. McPherson she was taken to &nbsp; Sydney and when examined by Drs. McCormick and Forman, who pronounc- &nbsp; ed her case incurable, she returned home and day by day grew worse until eight weeks ago she was confined to her bed where she remained till death released her on Thursday. The funeral which was largely atten...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 January 1911
&nbsp; &nbsp; Return Thanks. MRS. W. C. BELL desires to THANK her many friends for messages of sym- pathy and many acts of kindness during her recent sad bereavement. She also wishes to THANK her late husband's Medical Attendant and the Nursing Staff of the Cowra District Hospital for their unremitting attention and kindness.
AN EASILY-MADE WEED REMOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
\A~ EASILY -MADE WEED ItEMOVEIJ. To make the appliance shown In the accompanying illustration, take a piece of wire cable having five or more strands of wire and untwist one end for about 3 in. Spread the strands out and bend the end of each one at right angles, making the bend about in. long. Thet* bend the untwisted end of the cable double for fi in. of its length, and tie together. The cattle should also he tied iyt the base of the hooked strands as shown.
THE VINEYARD CALIFORNIAN GRAPES. PACKING METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
THE VINEYARD] CAMFOrtNIAN GRAPES. PACKING METHODS. The Grand Junction Fruitgrowers' Association, California, issues instruc tions to producers concerning the pack ing ajid handling of all kinds of fruit. In connection with table grapes tfie rules are: "Pick the grapes in shallow boxes and set them in the packing house, al lowing them to stay there two or three days (never less than two). It would be better for varieties in large bunches to stand even longer than three days in order to thoroughly dry and wilt the stems. After the stems have been suf ficiently wilted, take the scissors or a sharp knife and cut off all damaged .and broken grapes, also all green, small and half-grown grapes. Trim off the large main stem close to the grapes. Remember grapes must all be sound and dry, and the stems wilted, when packed. "Always nail the side of the crate flush with the lop, leaving all the space at the bottom. Use one of the tin grape packers and fill it full. A crate of grapes must weigh ...
IMPORTANCE OF LIME. WHAT IT ACCOMPLISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
IMPORTANCE OF LIME WHAT IT ACCOMPLISHES. I Lime may be said to be the leaven ing elements in the soil, for if this constituent is lacking^ no crops can be successfully grown, no matter what care may be taken in tilling the land, no matter what other fertilising con stituents may be applied. The effect of lime (writes the "Mark Lane Ex press") is threefold - nourishing, chemical, and physical. ITS NOURISHING EFFECT. Lime is absolutely essential for the growth of plants; without it no crop can prosper, although the requirements of the different crops are very different. Leguminous plants of all kinds are especially exigent for a liberal supply. By an application of lime, soils un able to support a crop of clover may be brought Into a condition to grow a plentiful one. Potatoes, roots, and fruit trees also require a soil well stocked. with it; indeed, nearly all plants exhibit a strong, healthy growth in soil where lime is. present in a plentiful supply, assuming the other plant foods ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
We Ask a What is good for my cough? A? Ayer*s Cherry Pectoral. & q, How long has it been used? A. Seventy years. Q; Do doctors endorse it? A, Knot,we would not make it Q. Do you publish the formula? A. Yes. On every bottle. Q. Any alcohol in it? A. Not a single drop. Q. How may I learn more of this? A. Ask your doctor. He knows. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral topirri by Dr. J. C, Aytr & Co,, Lowell, H»u.. U.S. A., ARCHITECT, Late, of ButLr db Bradskaw, Architects Melbourne. COWRA. May be consulted at the (jENTESUUHh 13aiil» £. V. Warren, - +*^_JTrchiiect JDTt G. B. Douglas Macdoqald, Hon. Ophthalmic Surgeon to Orange District Hospital. MA.Y bo consulted at Orange or Bathurst Orange-First and Third Monday to Saturday of ovory month, Bathurst-Second and Fourth Monday to Saturday of ovory month. Kite-3t., Orange. 'Phono 83 Miss Ethel Wyadham, Teacher of Pianoforte & Organ (Oert. Pupil of Signor De Beaupuis) 1 Dinton Cottago. " Darling Street. Miss KATHLEEN MILLER A.I. C...
NEW YEAR AND NEW WEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
NEW YEAR AND NEW WEAR There is no butter judge of the valuo and serviceability of a suit of clothos than the country resident, and his tailor knows it. The cut, the make, and the finish may bo all thai is desired, but if the stuff is not ill the garment it von't wear, and its valuo falls at ence-bo fore, in fact, he puts it 011. Everybody will treat himself to a suit, or several, during 1U11. Jic should seo that, with tho new year, ho lias the new wear, which is Vicars' tweeds and worsteds, with tho wool in them and tho perfec tion .of manufacture, pattern, and ap pearanco on them. Tho leal material wild not tho imported substitute. Vicars' tweods and wersteds are produced at tho Manickville Woollen .Mills, but you aro not asked as a matter of pa triotism and AuBtraHnn sentiment to order your suit to bo made from Vicars' cloths, you are merely invited to b» guided by popular verdict, which is that in all essentials-appcnranco and durability, and not without economy the Australian st...
LIABILITY OF CLUB MEMBERS. Some Important Points. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
LIABILITY OF CLUB MEMBERS. Some Important Points. . ^ Iu Chelmsford County Court, Messrs. Moggy, Thompson and Crrosey, newspa per proprietors and printers of Chelms ford, sued Mr. Geo. A. Golding, formerly lion. sec. and treasurer of tho defunct Chelmsford Swifts Football Club, for £13 2s, lior work dono for tlmt club. Mr. W. 11. Creasey said tho irotk in question was done between Jnly, 1-006, and April, -1908, and tho orders came through tho defendant as tho hon. BOO. and treasurer of the Chelmsford Swifts Football Club. TJie invoices ivero sent to Air. Golding, as defendant's namo was in the ledger. The club as a. body was not dobitod, but for convenience, .the claims wero mado out to tlio cluh. Witness sup posed tlio club was managed by a com mitteo, ^ i .) Tho defendant, in tho witness-box, said ho was a builder. Ho became joint lion, sec. ol the Swifts in 1000. In 1907 and 1903 he actctl alono as hon. gee. Witness might have ordered a small quantity of stationery without tho sa...
A DESIRABLE INVESTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
A DESIRABLE INVESTMENT CapiLnl .is acciinjjutiiting in tho 'coun try, and people, wishing to invent, aro crftcn in a difficulty^as to clioico. I'lioy aro reforretl to thoV/prospcctus of the Australian Pure Fpod Moat Supplies, Limited, which represents the acquire ment and amalgamation of the pssets, trade, and goodwill of tho four busi nesses conducted by A. W.'.Clifton, S. Caldwell & Co., "YV. H. J'cppcr & Co., and J. liiley. Tho business of tho Company is the manufacture, of Bmall goods, meat-packing, and- butckcrs particularly tho output of puro food " moat supplies. The importinec, per manency, and profitable nature of tho business1 will bo readily understood by country investors. Tho- vendors will lie connCctod with tho practical man agement of the Company for 'fivo. years, thus guaranteeing continuity of' effort and intcrost. Tho consideration to ven dors is £14,513 in fully paid-up shares and £3353 in cash. Tile ^capital is £50,000 in £1 shares-14,513 shares p...
IMPORTANT TO EMPLOYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
IMPORTANT TO EMPLOYERS. Hio*".Workmen's Compensation Act, now in force throughout Now South ..Wales; -'..imposes special and extra re sponsibilities on a section of employers, and it is just as well for .them to study their position, if they would . guard against serious risks. They are still' bound by the provisions of tlio Employ ers' Liability Act of 1897. and an ac tion at common law is stil), in circum stances, maintainable. The new Act is therefore supplementary. Its salient features are: For all injuries to em ployees on, in, or about their occupation compensation is Ikible to be paid. In case of death, the claim is threo years' wages, with a maximum of £400 and a minimum of £200. In tho event of dis ablement, compensation is half wages, tho highest £1 por week, up to a total of £200. Tho liability is only avoided where serious or wilful misconduct can ho proved. It cannot bo set up as a defence that another employee's mis conduct caused or contributed to tho in jury. Tho Act...