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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
LADIES & CHILDREN suffering . . . ' from ANY COMPLAINT will receive most successful treatment from. Mrs. JOYOE, Lady Herbalist, C/o F. PflRKES, (Established 40 Year*) 20 Q.V. Markets, George-at., Sydnay, . Consult or Write. THE CRiCKET BOOM! Beoretaries of Country Cricket Clubs, and Cricketers generally requiring Goods for the Cricket Season, are requested to commit, either verbally or by letter, VICTOR TRUMPER AND CO., The Expert Sports Depot & Mercery, 317 George St., SYDNEY. "vou ARE GOING TO SYDNEY. In that ca-:o bo suro to CONSULT MR. GEO. &lt;SUNTE&, METAPHYSICIAN, etc.. 231 Elizabeth-street, : yilney. Referred to in the Sydney Press as: A WONDERFUL MAN IN SYDNEY," whose cures of ASTHMA. CATARRH,. HEAD NOISES, DEAFNESS, DRINK IIADIT, RHEU MATISM, INTERNAL TROUBLES (without operations). NISJWE and SKLN DISEASES. &lt;«nd all HUMAN AILMENTS have been the M talk of the Oity." This "Wonderful Man/'taking your hand, diagnoses your trouble with...
SPRAY. Better than Judgment. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
SPRAY. Better than Judgment. Prank 'Henry had achieve;] some success as a dealer in horses, consequently locnl foiimere frequently consulted him rrgard ing a purchase or sale, " iv a iwunkin' haste." Terence . Tvoughlin came home train ' lievip'' a oliat tvid iVank cousnrnin' Miu advantage iv sellm' a tidy powny jist romin' t'hrce." i Wife : " Well, me jewel, did he adviBc yest to sell ?" I Terence : " Odh, troth Oi cud hardly say what soide he mvis on, but . Oi'm tlunikin' he wits mostly fur sellin'." Wife : " Do yez really Ink on Prank as a good judge iv horses ?"' Terence : " Faith, as to thet Oi-ve me doiilbii;, but, \vunran dear, he's n phran' han' at settin' wan off wid deluderin' blarney." .. i
NOVEL KIND OF THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
NOVEL "KIND OF THRIFT. The Gl.it-gow sanilaiy aul'horilie&lt;j have discovered a strange form of thrift on Die' purl of n working won win. The one room occupied! >b.v !hov nvas -stored from, the floor to .within IV feet- of the- 'coiling with col tori waste. on i'lie I05) of ..which she «!opt." The waste .'.-weighed 2% tons, - and iivl'ien = sold. rcali&lt;«!.: :C7,'7/9. The woman said-she' stored it- against the time when she- could no longer work; Her employer, a fringe and taisal maker,- allowed her, apart from !her weekly wa&lt;ie, to take away .useless twiiste lying -on" tlie floors of the waroho-jse after she cleared' vim 011 Satur days.
A RUSK1N STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
A RUSK1N STORY. Once -when I--was Maying with Mr. Ruskin . he took delight in showing mo his He brought down " Woodstock"; fioni hit> shelf, and, turning the leaves over -slow Iv and Jo\ ingly, he said : . " I -t-liink : lhis ? is ?? the most 'precious of them all:. Scott.iwas.;writing- this 'book when the Tiews of -his ruin came lipon liini. He was about here.- where I have opened it. :Do you see the . beautifuUhand writ in'*? > Now look, as I turn over the pages to-' ?ward® the end. 1 ho writing one iot le?s ibcoutifiil: ? Are1 there morn erasures than before ? That assuredly shows how a. man can. and should, h-sir adversity." -II. .11. Spiehnann, in-,^'The Graphic."
THE SKETCHES. WHAT THE BRITISH HAVE DONE FOR INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
THE SKETCHES. .... . I ? !!>.. WHAT THE BRITISH HAVE DONE FOR INDIA. [By Edmund 0. Cox, in the " Nineteenth Gent/ury."] The contrast 'between wliat preceded and what has followed the establishment of our rule can only 'be described as amassing. A great .part of the country has b';en nnder out sway for more than a hunrded and fifty years. iDui'ing this period once, and once only, 'has there been war in the territories over which floats the British flag. The ploughman has no longer to taike his musket witli liim when he cultivates the field. What a man *k>ws, tlhat he knows he Will ibe al lowed to reap in (peace. We have covered the lands with good' roads, while before our lime there Wet'e^no means of communi cation excepting tilie great rivers. We lhave created 25,000 miles of railway over which third-class p:i.°&engcra are car ried at a farthing a mile. Steam ships .ply constantly up and down the coast for tlie conveyance of passengers at nominal rates. We have institu...
A COLLEGE BURNED TO THE GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
A COLLEGE BURNED TO THE GROUND. St. Joseph's College, Granby, Quebec, has been burned to the ground. Threo hundred boys were away on holidays. It is not known how many remained, but 40 escaped. Brother Loucir perished in the flames while making an attempt to save others. Brother Lnsnei jumped from the third storey, and sn stained a broken back. The' damage is esti mated at £14,000.
THE ANARCHISTS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
THE ANARCHISTS AGAIN". ! At the inquest 011 the Jew, Joseph Beren, whose mutilated body was' found at Clapham, the medical exam- | ination disclosed a wound on each ohe6k forming a clearly cut letter S, obviously the symbol of a secret society. The police acccpt tho theory that Beren was killed by veiled organ isation. They are satisfied that Peter , Painter was One of tlioso killed in the lato battle. Two hundred armed officers continue to scour tho East End. Another spectacular fight is promised if tho suspects are cornered..
ATTEMPTS TO IMITATE DR. LUCAS' PAWPAW OINTMENT. Why They Were Failures. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
ATTEMPTS TO IMITATE DR. LUCAS' PAWPAW OINTMENT. Why They Were Failures. ?? Some attempts 'have been - made . ..to imitato Dr. Lucas' .Pawpaw- Ointment - and Pills. Tlioy Juivo all boon -failures, s needless to say, from a i curafciv.ei point of -viow. The" virtue of -Dr. - Lucas! Paw-' ; paw Ointment lies in .tho. sovcav different, fermonts,., which ; -have been discovered in. the Pawpaw - fruit, mid these forinonts arc difficult to isolate, to'^concentrate, and to 'preserve in&lt; ac tivity. Many years did Dr. . Lucas and other scientists spend ill investigating .these cu rativo fermonts. .In . tho.end ho succeeded splondidly, and both- Dr. Lucas' Pawpaw Ointment and Pills - are now pharmaceutical^' perfect prepara tions of full and lasting potency; .Tho ? progress of tho' manufacture of.- these two preparations is a - difficult and lengthy ono, and-nob to. be uudortaketi except by thoroughly skilled experts in tho science of Bacteriology (which deals with germ lifo), Organ...
FARM APPRENTICES AT YANCO IRRIGATION FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
FARM APPRENTICES AT YANCO IRRIGATION FARM. IN connection with tlio Department of Agriculture's scheme for the training , of practical farm workers, tlie building iit the I'a.iico ?Experiment Farm now being eroded .for (lie accommodation of these "fann apprentices" is wearing completion, and .is..expected fto. bej finished by tiic end of ihe .year. The Department will then liable- toVagcoili^' modate twelve lads at%liis fnuuVA'an^ give them a practical;ilriiiningi-'iiv;thev various operations y.t I'arin llfere-Skfe. instruction to 'be ! imparted'-.-JsV.to-^be'j. wholly.&lt; practical, no :set course .pf 'jlec-". .tares being provided. The ilad's- will 1 gain experience in the right-..way. ot', doing things by doing tbenr themselves.'^ The "course is'to TasL six -months, for which a fee of. £5 is proposed,; which-v will cov,er. boardand ;lottgirig ; ,but \vitlu. a' view,'to &lt; encouraging;lads' to .. remain* : a whole season/ any apprentice-'gaining" n ;good-report f...
Morongla. (From our own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Morongla. (Prom our own Correspondent) Very fine rain fell here last Friday evening in the form of a thunderstorm about 4iu, of rain falling Had it fallen hen the Morongla Store was on fire it would have been easily coped with. There's been some talk about getting a purse of sovereigns to present Mr. Allen with, to compensate him for the loss he sustained by having his room burnt Mr.. Henry Brien, sen., of Merton, stripped 220 bags off 20 acres. Fine hot weather with dews at night are,at present prevailing.
Darby's Falls. (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Darby's Falls. (From our own Correspondent). . ' Xmas. and the New Tear passed off very quietly here. A social was held in Markhkm's Hall on Friday night, but owing to the rain it was not as well patronised as is usually the case. , It has been exceptionally hot here for the holidays, with the exception of /Friday afternoon, when rain com menced to fall, and by evening it came down in torrents, and con tinued throughout the night. We have the grasshoppers, here to add to the rest of our discomforts. - We are expecting a great day here on the eleventh of this nionth, as Mr.. IT. Markham's sub-division sale takes place on that day, and a grand social take3 place at night. Rabbiting here is in full swing, with two waggpnettes going, to Cowra every day well loaded.
CIGARETTE CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
CIGAKETTK CONSUMPTION". I Customs returns for the last fiscal year at Ottaway show (says a Jjondon paper) one indication of prosperity which will not excite general enthus iasm.^ The consumption of cigarettes In . Canada for the fiscal year ending March ! 31 last totalled 469,711,091, an increase of a little over 100,000,000 cigarettes as com pared with the preceding ye.ir. and re presenting an outlay of probably 4.000.000 dols. I £800.000).
USE OF TAILS WHY ANIMALS POSSESS THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
USE OF TAILS WHY ANIMALS POSSESS THfi.Vt. There does not ex.'st any Obvious answer (says the "Westminster ' Ga zette") to the general question of why animals as a rule should possess a tail of seme sort. Darwin, in whose works one naturally expects to find some | theory concerning the subject, suggests as. the reason that "organs now of | trifling importance have probably in «ome cases been of high importance to an early progenitor, and, after having been slowly perfected at a former period, have been transmitted ,to exist ing specics in nearly the same state, although now of very slight use;" and he continues, "Seeing how important an I organ ot locomotion the tail is in most aquatic animals, its general presence and use for many purposes in so many ;n rid animals, which in their lungs and swim-bladders betray their aquatic ori gin, may perhaps be thus accounted fur. Any change in structure and func tion, which can be effected by small stages, is ivithin the power of natural select...
LORD ROBERTS. BIRTHDAY MESSAGE. "LEARN TO SHOOT." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
LORI) ROBERTS. BIRTHDAY MESSAGE. . " LEARN TO SHOOT." The vigorous poise of the head, the clear, pleasant voice, and the quick, | welcoming smile-of Lord Roberts in i his 'home receiving congratulations on his ^.birthday:yesterday. (said, the j .'Daily -Mail"on..- Oct. 1) flight-: have , been those-of sthcvgallant young officer of fifty years ago.- The spirit of youth hovers over him. His' personality | now as always, diffuses ' a certain gentle-vigor. Yet he'became yester- , day seventy-eight yt of age. Lord- Roberts has-;'a country -house i at" Ascot, surrounded' ,with. stretches of ? beautiful woodland. Yesterday de- j liglitful sunsh'ine was vivifying the >bronzo and gold of the autumn foliage as he received the visits , of . those - friends who had ? come to . wish .him many, more ' years of happy ; ilfe. It was not by. any means a state occa sion. -There is no one of our living ?-great ? men - who has a greater distaste for :'ostentation.. "Just an ordinary day'.'iwas how h...
DUEL THROUGH DOOR. OFFICER AND CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
OUEIY TifUOUGH DOOIt. -1 ' 'OFFICER AND CLERK. . One ;. or . the 'most remarkable duels ever' fought must - surely be thafi . in which the'.principals were a German; . captain .and a bank clerk.. It took place in Berlin on Monday i (said &lt; "Eloyd's News" on October 16), and the cause" ; of the'-' trouble was a woman. .She;'.had been~-a close :friend of .the captain." ? who suspected her of having transferred her'Jaffections to. the clerk. The. captain .worked himself ; i * to a jeal ous-frenzy, and made his way. on Mon day morning to ;the clerk's apartments. The latter was in ithe ,bedroom, '-being shaved by a local barber. The captain tried1 the door. - It was : locked. v-,!'Open," .he shouted,'-"or I will ; shoo' vou !" This request; was .met by one . from' .the clerk'that' the captain should leave/ 'his house, or he would And that he (the clerk) ha'd a" revolver,^ and-knew how I to use it. The answer to the .clerk's; demand ; i was -a bullet tliroiigli' thc - door. .Th...
PROOFS OF LOVE. AMUSING INTERLUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
PHOOFS * OF XOVE. ' AMUSING INTERLUDE. I There was .an amusing.interludevat: I "West London:Police Court on Saturday^ (says "Lloyd's News" of Oct. 23), when Thomas Hill, a'carman, of South street, Hammersmith; .-was 'accused - of assaulting' Rebecca Weight,", a laund ress, of. Chelmsford street, Fulham. . -The . girl, who " saidvrthat;' she: had been keeping company with the de fendant ;foiv four ;years,^ said they; were ? ln:a;public-houso at Bridge; road,Ham j mersmith, when defendant threw.' a i glass of" becrrin# her face.. She threw., one back, and. he rushed ,at:, her and punched her-in the mouthi.'.- . Defendant'said' the girt) followed him and-anndyed iiim.'. . j,'She's always following me jibout,'.'- ho "added. »&lt;.," '. Mr. FordhaTn:?'rThat's because she's: 'fond' of you. ? Defendant:^And, last Monday she hit me on '!tll5~ nose' and made -it bleed. . Mr Fordham: That also' is, because' she's fond of you. (Laughter.) : ' ? Mr Fordham said the rjirl was 'evi dently...
Law and Lawyers. THE COWRA P.L.L. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
! ?' La# and Lawyers, j ' x. . . .' * i THE COWRA P.L.L. The Cowra branch of the Political Labor League js greatly exercised concerning the condition of the law, and wants it to be so simplified that anyone could understand all the law, look up the points referring to his own trouble in a handy book of refer ence, and go into, court and put the case through without bothering to employ Mr. Six-and-Eightpence at all. It is a noble ideal, but it is not the only reform that ought to be brought about. There is medical science, for instance, a tedious art, very difficult to . learn,' very difficult to apply. A handy code by which everybody could .cure himself without troubling the local doctor would be just the. thing, and only, k short Act of Parliament would be necessary to effect that reform. Then it is a nuisance having to employ architects, chemists, engineers, accountants, and other skilled persons in order to get various things done. Parliament might codify all thege things, so tha...
ST. JOHN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
ST. JOHN'S. A very large congregation as sembled afc the watchnight service. Rev. Carus Caton was the preacher, and he took for his text " My days are consumed like smoke." On Sun day evening a largo number were unable to obtain admission, the Church being packed to overflowing. Rev. Carus Caton preached a splen did sermon, taking his text from the parable of the rich man. The choir, under Mr. R. Ellwood Arey ren dered appropriate music. Mr. Martin Buller was the soloist, his rich full baritone being heard to advantage in the sacred stolo "He wipes a tear from every eye." ' On Sanday morning next there will be a children's service at 11 o'clock. At the evening service Miss Coral Pogarfcy -will be the soloist. Service will be held at Holmwood at 3.15 p.m. on Sunday. The Rector returns to the parish on the11th inst.