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PYJAMAS. NOT THE JIM-JAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

PYJAMAS. NOT THE JIM-JAMS. The ladies ot Consholiocken. were en gaged in making a supply of pyjamas, for the soldiers of a favorite regiment at the front in the Spanish-American war. That type of sleeping garment was new in those days, and the relatives of the soldiers were determined, accord ing to the story told in the "Liverpool Post," that every man in the regiment; should have the "most stylish thing ob tainable in a robe de nuit," as the young lady from a Washington board ing-school said. "My boy has already . worn nightshirts," .said an old lady, busily stitching on the modern gar ments. "I hope they'll know what to do with these." The parcel was duly sent to Cuba, but no word reached tho ladies from the supposedly grateful wearers of the robes do nuit. They waited a month, and then wired to Colonel A. K. M'Clure, who hailed from Conshohoc ken: "Anxious to know if you got the pyjamas last month." The colonel read the telegram and marvelled. He was a whole-souled citizen, but ...

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GROOTE SCHUUR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

GROOTE SGHUUR. Grooto Sclmur 1b anatno thafc has a fa miliar Bound -\vhoH South African affairs aro mentioned, and tho man in tho stroofc rotains a hazy idea that i± is somehow as sociated with Cecil Rhodes and .somehow with South African union. That it is a key to a romantic chapter in history ho does not guess. Let L. E. Nearne, a Johannesburg writer with a fine touch, explain: Just nine-and-tliirty yenrs ago there stepped ashore at Capetown a big, looso linibed young man, wlio for liis jiealth's sake had boon sent out from England to farm in the purer, drier air of South Al rica. And wliilo he gathered his first im pressions of tho Capo of Good Hopo there played upon a farm in tho far_distant north a sturdy little lad, eight yoars old. The young stranger entered upon the race for gold, yet he was not as tho other 6cokers after wealth. Though with them, ho was not of them. Ho was a dreamer ot strango. dreams, lie carried an Empire in his mind. Slowly his visions took shape. And fr...

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FEDERATION. BEGINNING AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

FEDERATION. BEGINNING AT HOME. (By E. Crawsliay-Williams, M.r., In the "Daily News.") The question of Federal Government both within the British Isles and ex tended to a Federation of the Empire itself has been briefly and broadly con sidered, and the purpose of this article is to discuss the methods of practically approaching tills double problem. And here I think I ought to make a momen tary diversion. These articles have been written by me, as were many pre decessors of theirs, without any refer ence to the rumors so freely circulated . to-day. New developments may Indeed have created an opportunity for their appearance; but their substance amounts to no more than what I have written at other times and in other places. . . The procedure suggested was conceived absolutely without re ference to the subject of the Coustitu tutional Conference. It could be pur sued entirely Independently, and, In my humble opinion at least, it would be neither necessary, desirable, nor jmsslble to le...

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THE PRELIMINARY WORK OF A GREAT IRRIGATION SCHEME. I. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

THE PRELIMINARY WORK OF A GREAT } ( S IRRIGATION SCHEME. _____ 1 h. A. B. WADE, M.inst.C.E. ..Chief Engineer, for Irrigation and Drainage. - I. THE preparation of a great irrigation project requires a closer preliminary investigation extending over a number aof years than any other class of engi neering work. Water as a destroyer of man s work is the most insidious of nature's forces. Not only has most caretul consideration to be given to engineering design from the point of view of the direct losses that may fol low 011 any structural failures, but, in addition, the much larger view lias to be always borne in mind of the huge loss of life and property that may occur in the event of the failure of a large work for the storage of water, and also the financial ruin to large bodies of irrigators consequent on such a failure or the breaching by iloods or other causes of the main canals that supply the water,to the irrigated areas. Iieyond this it is also necessary that there be accurate...

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CONVICTS AS GUESTS. SERVANT'S ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

CONVICTS AS GUESTS. SERVANT'S ENTERTAINMENT. Sentence on the cook, Lilian Rochelle, convicted at London Sessions on Thurs day (says "Lloyd's News" of October 23) of minor thefts at the house of her mistress, Mrs Lucille Bell, in Glouces-5 ter Terrace, Hyde Park, was postponed. The police desired that she should have an opportunity to aid them in tracing the man supposed: to have stolen from the house £1500 worth of jewellery and £350 in bank notes. The property vanished while Mrs Bell was visiting South America. It was found afterwards that while she was away strange men slept In the house. Inspector Tappenden said that his in quiries showed that one man who visited the house had no fewer than seven convictions against him, but the witness had satisfied himself that" he had nothing to do with the robbery. Another man, a foreigner, had slept in the house on four occasions, sometimes occupying Mrs Bell's bedroom. He could easily get up in the dead of night, ransack the place, go out w...

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IN A STORM OFF CHILI. A New South Wales Lad's Fight for Life. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

IN A STORM OFF CHILI. I A New South Wales Lad's "Fight for j Life. Mr. Eric Cox-son of Mrs. J. Cox, of Grafton, _ has been having another exciting time. As^ we stated early in the year, although .still little more than a lad (though lie is one of the officers of his' boat), Mr. Cox.has been twee wreck ed in New Zealand waters. But the sub joined account of his fight for life in a storm off the Chilian coast-simply though it is told-makes more interest ing loading than did oven his story of the wreck of the barque Hippalos, earjy this year, near 'Picton (New Zealand): Dear . You will bo surprised to hear from mo at this port, but wo have had to put back. I suppose you. know I am a bit of a Jonah, and I have been having another bad time. "We leu Lebu for Monte Video on tJio 12tli of this month, and on the, 14th met with a heavy gale from tlie south-west, which increased to such a force that wo wt-jy obliged to hoavo to oil the following day. Tlie soa was the worst I have ever seen, th...

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GALLANT POLICE. "ONLY DID MY DUTY." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

GAMJAXT POLICE. "ONLY DID MY DUTY." An act of exceptional gallantry .was performed by a city policeman pn Tues day night (says "Lloyd's News" of Oc tober 23). At a 'quarter past nine Pqlice-Con stable Richardson,'f No. 176, when on duty on Blackfriars Bridge, saw a well-dressed man suddenly mount the parapet over the centre arch on the side facing the Temple and plunge headlong into the river. He ran to the spot, and only waiting to divest himself of his helmet and serge tunic dived into the water.' . The tide was low and.'.the"sheer drop from the parapet to the driver-was over 50 feet. ?? There was not moro" than reight feet of water, and Richardson hit the bed of the river. Pie quickly righted himself, "however, and was soon: swimming about; ,but the man he; was in search of was nowhere to be found. Richard son ^succeeded in recovering a black' bowler hat, but this revealed no clue as to the maker or owner. Richardson swam to one of the but tresses of the bridge, upon which he scr...

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COSTLY WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

COSTLY WIVES. WiVds sometimes aro considered-or, at any rate, boiiio wives are-costly. But there a*o places wliero celibacy .is not altogether or always cheap. In the Ar gentine the man who prefers single life to wedlock has to pay a substantial and progressive tax. If lie has not taken a wife by the time he reaches his 25th birthday, he must pay a fine of 25s a month to the Exchequer; if at 35 he has not seen the error'bf his ways, the fine is increased to fifty shillings a month, and at this figuro it remains for fifteen years. If at fifty ho still keeps from the altar, lie is looked upon as hopeless, and thefino is diminished overy year until at 80 ho is exempt. There are those in Britain both male and female-who would to-day do likewise. tSbi££ii

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Tmimmmm mmtb That' W© mm THIS is a little " FEW DAYS FLUTTER " to give you the opportunity of securing ft nicely TRIMMED EI.X.T dt a moderate Jprice. We'd sooner see these IIATS on your head ....... than adorning the stands in our showroom. That's why we have marked them at Sprcial Prices Thny are the modes of the month very stylish and different, in trimmings and design to each other and hats eLewheie. NOW, -sou READY-TO-WEARS ... BURNT STRAW, trimmed with Volvot.:v ' VARIOUS SHAPES THAT'S OOME . ;...> WHAT AND WE PROVE SAY I ' IT. ,5s 6d to 9s lid 10s 6d i AND STYLES. All Reduced. Prices from IO/6 to 52/2/-. M. G. HYAMS The Store that Keeps the Prices Down. ' First Sale Announcement to the Residents of Cowra and District! TO COMMENCE Saturday Next, 21st January,; 1911 ^ MR. E . R. E. ROBINS. HAVING just returned from Melbourne and Sydney, : . . . Where he secured some exceptional BARGAINS -included in same part of a Manufacturers Stock "of '? '1 I Bio as 33, Oos';u.m.33, aud XJ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium PubEfshed WEBNES9AYS& 2cf. Pr! The Best Advertising B5«ditu»| a» " in?> i» ulugiMfflMWtu J^gAVE opened up a shipment of KITCHEN UTENSILS^ and now ofter them MUCH BELOW THE USUAL COWBA PRICES m ! Light as a feather and Wear tor ever. Saucepans and Co vera, 5inv2/2, 6in.,2/9, 7in,~3/3, 8k. 4/6 Pie Dishes, 8in. Is, 9in. 1/2, lOin. 1/6, 11 in. 1/10, 12in. 2/3. Tea Kettles, 3pt. 8/-, 4pt, 10/-, 6pt. 12/6, Tea Pots, 'lpt. 10/-, 2pt. 12/-, 3pt 13/6. Saucepans and Covers, 3pt 2/7, 4pt. 3/-, 6pt. 3/8, 8pt. 4/4, Boilers, 3gals. 9/-, 4gals. 12/6, 6gals. 16/9 Kettles, 6pt. 6/3, lGpt. 9s, 12pts. 10/6, All other sire? in Stock-Prices in proportion., KE WRICKS' HOLLOWWARE Nothing belter made. BRASS PRESERVING PANS L4in, 8s, I6in. lis, 18in. 14s <5d, Reid, Smith & Co., THE ARCADE, COWRA. GreatWesternHotel _LAOHLAN ST. mv£ mmm WISHES to announce that .he has taken ever the above old establis...

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ARMY MAN[?]EUVRES. COLONEL GADKE AND GENERAL FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

ARMY HIAXCEUVliES. COLONEL GADKE AND GENERAL FRENCH. In tills evening's "Berliner Tageblatt" ?Colonel Gadke replies to General Sir John French's strictures on his criticism of the English manoeuvres,, wired .the Berlin correspondent of the "Dally Tele graph" on November 10.) After hav ing testified for his part that "a feel ing of sincere comradeship has always existed between the German and the English Army," and expressed a hope .that "they may never stand opposed to one another, but if war must come will fight side by side," he continues: "But I do not quite see what such sympathy for the army and the nation has to do with objective judgment as to defeots In training and the commanding of troops. Is It usual in England to decide such professional questions by standards of sentiment? Has not General French read the sharp judg ments of English correspondents on the battle of Salisbury? And have not the English technical papers, in spite of all their objections to my articles, ad mi...

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CUPID. AND THE THERMOMETER. FLOWERY LETTERS FROM ASIA. COST ENGINEER £200. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

CUPID. AND THE THERMOMETER. FLOWERY LETTERS FROM ASIA: COST ENGINEER £200. After occupying, as he stated In a letter, the Emperor of Korea's palace, a Cardiff engineer, named William Henry Grfflfen, returned to Wales and visited again the Penarth parlormaid to whom he had written ardent letters from the opulent East (said "Lloyd's News" of November 20). Lord Coleridge's comment at the Swansea Assizes on Friday upon what happened thereafter was that "the cooler air of Wales had apparently diminished the ardor of his flame." At any rate, the engineer was called on by the jury In ,the civil court to pay the parlormaid, Mary Egan, £200 for breach of promise. They met in 1904, and became en gaged. " The engineer in that^ear received, an appointment in a gold mine in Korea. His appointment was for three years, and he remained in that country and kept up a close cor respondence with Mary Egan from 1904 to nearly 1908, when he came home on a trip. He gave her'an en- ' gagement ring. I In 19...

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Labor Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Labor [Elections. The following fjpthe results of the elections coridu<|||| by the JBoutke branch of the BraBtralian Workers' Union; It was gfrormidablo task, jhie. counting of the \fpea cast taking pver a month to conjglete. Organisers;"-;; First six elected; ?Lonsdalo 4763, An drews 3674, Caihiody 3382, Last 3028,: JEtichgrds 2796,. . Buchanan ,2447^ Rooney 2437, Blakeley 2195; Watt; 2016, (jreen 1752, Oooke 1558, tester' 1538, Hamilton; 1405,' Switioy 1290/ McKenzie 1125,jFahey 1108,Cavanagh 927,. Milled- t;9,69' Delegates to A.W/IT.:1-rFirstelected: Rae';; 3945, Lonsdale 39.20, Bowmaiv 3595,' White 3524, Andrew J* 3126, Last'i 2551, Carmody 1885,~Buchanaii; 1858,f Snliivari 1713, Ricluuds 1650, Mooney:' 1517,. BlakelelyA 15.17,.^.Audjaws Ai; 1479, Cooke 1093, Swiney ,783, Barnes 729, McK'ejizie 628, Cavanagh: 623, Parker 510; 'Davidson 484, 'KeM man 478, Gilchrist 463; Seive ." .423.'; Delegates to P,L.L.:;-First" four elected; Rae 3350, White 3210, Bowman 3070, Lonsd...

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Morongla. (From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Morongla. (From our own Correspondent. Wheat carting is still in full swing but operations are being retarded at present owing to the shortage of trucks at the neighbouring, railway station. About ten thousand bags of the golden grain are at present stacked there. As a result of the recent bountiful rains there is abundance of water and fair feed in this locality. The local schools resumed duties On Monday after a five webks vac ation. The skeleton of-Mr. Fowler's new shop is nearing completion so the building will be taking on a tangible form before many, weeks are past. The Shire election on ; Saturday promises to be warmly contested at this end of the Shire. May the best men win. . On Saturday night there is to be a bioscope entertainment in the Hall. Last night a pleasunt social function was held here when a purse of sovereigns and an alluminaled ad dress was presented to Mr. C. E. Allen, as a mark of appreciation of that gentleman's services in connect ion with Sunday School an...

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Our Mails. Alteration in Closing Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Alteration in Closing Times. Following table of the altered Mail ser vice will bo found useful to business peoplo: TRAIN MAILS. For Sydney, Batliurst, Blaynoy, Carcoar, Garland, Forbes, Holmwood, Lynd hurst, Mandurama, Woodstock, West villo, Waugooju and T.P.O West close daily, Sunday excepted, ordinary mail at 5.50 p.m. Registered mail closes 5.20 p.m. Late feo letters 0.5 p.m. Late fee letters . can be posted in Railway Brakevan up to 6.40 p.m. For Koorawatha, Wattamondara, T.P.O South, Young, Harden, Goulburn and Melbourne close at 2.55 p.m. daily, , . Sunday excepted. For Young,' T.P.O South and Melbourne 'also ? Koorawatha, Greenethorpe and ' Grenfell at 8 p.m. daily, Saturday ex .' cepted. For Canowindra and Goolagong, Sunday, . Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. COACH MAILS. For Canowindra, Bumbaldry, Grenfell, Canimbla, Forbes and Goolagong close at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For Burrowa, Godfrey's Creek, Morongla ' Creek closo at 7 a.m. on Mondays; Wednesdays ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

.ML ICE. S. \V. KATTERNS aS prepared to SOWLY IOE DAILY in Iuy quantity, providing- Orders are . re ceived'bofore 7 a.m. DISTRICT ORDERS Delivered ;V^yaU^or'dwoh'on^eroipli' of due notice.';' Ice Drinks, Ice Ore am, & Fruit T ALWAYS. ON HAND. Ice Cream supplied to Pionics and Parties in any quantity. c TELEPHONE No- 29, S. W. KATTERNS, ?tx \ '* Kendall-street, Cowra PLUMBER tt ia I K £ (0 < O Carjks AND Jjatfjs MADE TO ORDER. WATER LAID OK 50 o m 3 o so * m 7) ALEX. WRIGHT, Macquane-street, Oowra you are not / aware that at Paling's you can purchase a TalKinjj Machine on Eaty Terms. For a small deposit we. can arrange to let you have one of j? these..; wonderful entertainers, the balance can be paid by monthly instal ments. Catalogues free on application. PAIjNG'Sj 338 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. are the biggest [value that can possib I y b e bought. They are guaranteed to give satisfac ti on, and are sold on easy terms if desired. Catalogues anci price list on applicatio...

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WIT & HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

WIT & HUMOR. Sociologist: Do you have niuch trouble keeping down expenses? The Toiler : Not so much oh keeping up the revenue. Stranger (to boy looking at the monkeys in' the Zoo) : Guess you're going to be a natural ist some day,' Boy : No; cartoonist. | "Maid : Are you at home , to Mrs Toney, mum?. She's at the door. Mistress : I | am u shechas a new hat on-not otherwise. "Yes," said the humorist, "It was enough to make a donkey laugh, I laughed til) I cried." And he wondered why everyone smiled. Game Dealer : Sorry, we're quite eo!d out of game. Try some of our famous sausages? Sportsman : Oh, hang it, man, I can't shoot sausages. He : That fellow over there cheated me out of a cool ten thousand. She : How could ho. He : He wouldn't let me marry his daughter. Lady : I want a dog that will look terribly ' fierce, but won't ever bite. Dealer (medi tatively) : I guess you'd better get a porcelain one, mum. She : Some day I want to show you cur family tree, He (Looking at her...

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HOMELY FARE. THE COLD MEAT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

HOMELY FAKE. THE COLD MEAT QUESTION. Cold meat, like the poor, is always with us. To present It as an appetis mi Is no «.>y The,, at. . two ways of dealing with cold meat the first is to give it away, and the | second is to make it up carefully int. a tasty dish. If you have a small joint | which a small family can eat at Me meal it will probably Be flavorless; but a | larger joint, at which one can cut and ! come again," is generally mor.e Plfaf "f i to the taste at the first time of serving | | and there will be remnants which ca.i ! be set before the family in some appe- . ' tising form or another. < . I Very dainty dishes can be made for , 1 breakfast or luncheon from cold meat. | Among these may be mentioned the tol lowing, of which cold beef, mutton, veal or chicken is the foundation. ! Beef a rEspagnole.-Shce three 'onions, put them into a piedish *ith I some butter, place in the oven and allow to cook. In the meantime pu.t some cold beef through the mmclng ^ ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

LADIES 6 CHILDREN Buffering . i . . {com ANY COMPLAINT will receive most successful treatment from Mrs. JOYCE, Lady Herbalist, e/o P. P3RKES, (Established 40 Yeara) 21 QiVi Markets, Gcar£o-st., Sydney, Consult or Write. THE WALTER BENTLEY COLLEGI" ELOCUTION ANDDRAMATIC ART. 168 Phillip St., SYDNEY. Under the Patronage of Bis Excellency Lord Chelmsford. Principal - ... Mn. WALTER BENTLEY Associated with ... MR. DOUGLAS ANCELON Lady Principal ... Miss STELLA CHAPMAN. Elocution Taught Thoroughly. Students Trained for tho Stage. WHITE FOB PARTICULARS. HHt,L»S MAGNETIC CORN Remedy. PrIoat Bottles) I/-. Postage Free. Mr, FERGBSOHlALt,SESS,. (LADY ATTBNDANT). lufin and Laboratoryt-103a Liverpool 8t.| CYDMBY flMtwMB Pitt and Georg* Bt«.) SUGAR CURED CORNED BEEF. par IN Ik*. lUTTOfl FOREST BEAT ft&> > rat OMctfa o«m avMwv. THE CBI6KET iOOM! Secretaries of Country Grioket Clubs, and Cricketers generally requiring Gtooda for the Cricket Season, are roquoated to consult, eithe...

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Country Printers' Wages Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Country Printer?' Wage3 Board* The Country Printers' Wages Board sat in Dubbo on Friday afternoon. The Board consists of Messrs. 'J; Meillon Chairman) G. H. Yarley (Richmond Rivorj, and J. Ryan (Lithgow), repre senting the Country Press Association, and W. J. Radcliffe and F. Bryant, rep resenting the Typographical Society. Visiting journalists in town for the purpose of giving evidence were Messrs. Colley, "Narromine NewsReynolds, "Trangie Advocateand Green, "Nyn gan Observer." Mr. Mclntyre, "Peak Hill Express," was in town, but had to leave early in the day. Mr. R. H. York (secretary) appeared for the Typo graphical Society, and Mr. Garling (Orange), in place of Mr. Shakespeare, for the Country Press Association. The memberB of the Board were in Orange to-day. Mr. J. C. Ryall (Covpra) and Mr. Giles (Parkes) were present. "Leader."

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