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POULTRY. TO PRODUCE EGGS. WHAT IT COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

POULTRY. TO ntODUCE EGGS. WHAT IT COSTS. Mr-James Dryden, writing in the Bulletin of the Oregon Agricultral College, tells te results oC some Inter esting experiments made by him and . covering several years. Every ounce of I food consumed by six pens of Leghorns ! was weighed. The six pens consumed during the year 564 lbs of wheat, 296 pounds of maize, 203 pounds of oats, 112 ; lbs of bran and pollard, and 235 pounds of skim milk, in addition to some ani mal food. Tlie cost per fowl for the year varied in different pens from 2/6% io 3/3, and averaged 2/9. The wheat was charged at Id per lb, maize at five-eights of a penny, oats at %d, siilm milk at 10 lbs for a penny and bran and pollard at slightly under % per lb. The animal food cost from 2% to 3d per fowl. The wheat constituted nearly one half of the-.total cost. The hens laid an average of 144 eggs each, valued at 7/ according to the local price of eggs. Tthe prices then were from 5d to 1/0% per dozen-much lower that the prices...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POPE AND CREMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

I'OI'E AND CREMATION'. 11. Joan de Ronnefon, who writes with authority on Vatican matters, states in the Paris "Journal" that Pius X. is preparing a decree authorising cremation. In 1S92 cremation was forbidden absolutely in the Catholic Church, but three years later the edict was modified somewhat, and cremation was in a measure tolerated. This re sulted in considerable confusion, cre mation being permitted In certain dioceses, and not in others. In France, for instance, the bishops resolutely set their faces against It, bit particularly in Germany an.l America there was more tolerance. In Portugal, it Is worth recalling, one of the first acts of the new Republic was to authorise cre mation, which the Braganzas had de clined to permit.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANURING BEANS. ENGLISH METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

MANURING BEANS. . , -ENGLISH METHODS, | In portions of Gippsland, and parti l.'cularly along the Mitchell River,-bean | growing on the farm receives a good ' deal of attention. In England a total area of 270,036 acres was under beans in 1910, the average yield for the past ! (Ihree years being about 30 bushels per "acre. In the English rotation beans generally follow oats or barley, and the i chief nianurial requirements of the .plant are for phosphoric acid, potash and lime, particularly the last named. ' Assuming the preceding , crop- ? has not .received . a dressing of farmyard manure; it will be Judicious (writes the "Mark Lane . Express"), to apply , >. a ?moderate.quantity; of. this material for the bean .crop. A dressing of .10 tons should : suffice, and It rwlll naturally be put on the stubble and. ploughed in; IE p tlhere is any- doubt about there being a sufllclency of lime, in-theysoil a dressing ? of 10 cwt..ground lirae1 should be giveii, because, asjalready.'said, t...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELF-CLEANING GARDEN RAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

SEM'-CI-EANING GARDEN RAKES. Tile rake tlhcnvn by Figs. 1 and 2 con sists of an inner fork fastened on a hinge connected to the. main fork. A perforated angle bar A (Fig. 2) con nected to the inner fork rests on the rake bar, and slides on the teeth of the rake. This is operated by a rod and lever^attached to the rake handle. In operating this rake the movements are mechanical. One hand grasps the end of the handle, while the other hand, sliding in a downward and backward movement, comes in contact with a lever which slides forward and pushes a rod that causes the inner fork to move downwards over., the rake teeth, thus cleaning them-at every stroke of the rake. Figs. 3 and 4 show a wooden rake fitted with a self-cleaning .ap pliance. To make, first procure a soft and light piece of wood A (Fig. 4), % in. thick, IV* In. wide, and as long as the rake bar, and bore holes in it to match the teeth of the rake. Next at tach to this piece of wood two pinte B, which should pass through the...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cowra Eyesight. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Oowra Eyesight. ERNES r BOSCH'S VISIT. Very few of 'our readers are aware of the numerous troubles that arise from the. oye. Sensitiveness to light, Insomnia, Headaches, and a feeling as of sand or giitin tho lids, are nil caused from eye strain, With tho aid of properly litted glasses (not necessarily to make you see better), these troubles will quickly disap pear. One cannot do better than consult the expert representative of Mn. IS. BOSCH, tho well kuowu Kye Specialist of Martin I'laco, Sydnu -, who intends visit ing GOWK A regularly, and may be seen at the Imperial ilotel, on Thursday, 10th February This gentleman's skill needs no oomment, as he has made a life long study of the oye, »nd the numerous.cures | he lias effected can be certified to by numbers ol his grateful clients.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lyceum Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Lyceum Pictures. Noxfc Tuesday's prograrumo promises a treat for thoso who visit the Lyceum Pictures. Arrangements have been made with Mr, McLeish's Orchestra to I play for tho pictures. An illustrated singer has also been engagod from Syd ney, so there will be two picture songs in addition to tho usual high-class selection of pictures. This ought to command tho patronage of Cowra Prices 2/- <>nd 1/-, children Gd, ladies 1 1/- front seats. Every endeavour is being made by tho management to make this one of tho bost shows possible. Wo want your patronago and whon wo got it we aro going to keep it!*

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ever Try It? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Ever Try It? J Twilight Soap under Pure Food j Act. Ask your local grocers. * ,

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Eugowra Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Railway In our last wsue; we publishes a; clipping from our contemporary, Cowra '-Free Press,"' regarding ..the Eugowra Railway League and tha need for that botfy to keep moving; This has called forth from a prominent worker in railwayimatters at Eugowra a statement that the Eugowra Bail way League is a live concern, and he has supplied us with the fol'owing particulars as to work done by the. league within the last two months? 1. The formation at the instance of the Eugowra League ofja new league, at}. Bandon under the presidency of Mr. Paul^enz, of Nanima, with Mr. 1 Ja^^-^eWell,i junr., as secretary. 2.'^A;dclegate from Eugowra went to Parkes to give evidence befoje the Commission on decentralization*. ~ 3. A delegation to Sydney organised by the Eugowra League, when dele gates from Eugowra, Bandon, Gfoola-' gong, Parkes, and Forbes interviewed' the Minister for Works and obtained a promise to have the survey of the proposed deviation to serve GoolagOng made at once. I 4, Letters...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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You Should Bear in Mind [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

You Should Bear in Mind Tlii\t by using cho commercial eucalyptus oil which is now bought up at 61 per lb. weight and bottled, and on accouut of the large prolit pushed, you aro exposing your self to nil I'so dangers to which the use of turpentine will expose you ; irritution of kidneys, intestinal tract und mucous mom brines. By insisting on tho GENUINE i EUCALYPTI 1CXTUACT you not only ' avoid tnese pitfalls, but you have a stiuiu- . Ian', safe ami effective medicament, the result of a special and careful inanufac-1 ture. A trial will at once convince. Qinlity in small doses distinguishes it from the bulky and dtinsjerous products. Remember. - SANDER'S l'XTRACT embodies the result of 50 yea'rs experience nnd of special study and it does what is . promised ; it heals and cures without in juring the constitution, as. the oils and so j called exiracts ou tha market frequently do. Therefore protect yourself by reject ing other brands. SANDER'S EXTRACT possesses curative powers peculia...

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

- BIIIAGOTT'S SPECIALITIES FOR ST®ION, FARM & DAIRY CYCLONE TUBULAR GATES FalMn line wJifi the METAL AGE. ! ifade entiroly of mild steel tubing-, gnlvnnijcd wira nnd malleable fitting*. FlttE PROOF AND UNBREAKABLE, Will manufacture any ituo gate required. Gates mndo ftbklt proof by attaching 39,x If x 17 wire nsttibar , Atk for XuMW No. 10. gff 19 x 4, tontplitt laUi fitting/, 2316 F.O.B: Sgdntg. We also manufaclurefftralOM" Sieel Galvanized Brdppera. These wltttfit any fenoc-no special spacing1 required. il imoh No.;6_'g.coflt 8/8 poc 100- only a quarter .t the eeet ot heavy iron dropfera-so that thoy may be placed at much taore froquenfc.'iaterrals of apace, making a more effective fence. Writ* fir-Sputa! eatatojuo. r 3 ?BonsgMaUnannainHi TI|B " 0IA30L0" Grasm Separator. The £ef«it and Bett tiit* Separator matte. In this new Separator,* nmilie .f improvement# and ipsaal feat ores have been introduced wfeleh arsnottobo found in<a«sj otbsc diaeiaaehin#. It is ea»i...

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Our Tailors. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

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Scarlet Scars. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

Scarlet Scars. Talking of motor smashes, Mr. Harry Chew's car turned turtle not so long ugo, pinning his head to the ground, inflicting scalp wound, aud breaking his jaw in two places. These injuries, however, don't count for much with H.C., whose rccord up-to-date is as under:-Falls from horses, 23; thrown Out of buggies or traps, 8 times; arm broken, onco; wrist broken, onco ; leg broken, no- I cessitating amputation; park of loft hand shot away by a gun. Total busts, 36. Short of being Chewed up altogether, nofhiug much can now hurt Mr. Chow until ho chooses a, flying-macliino.-Burrowa Times.

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The Tow[?] Free Press USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1911 Local and General. To a Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

USB SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1911 Local and General. To a Correspondent. Morongla.-Thanks very, much for re port of presentation to Mr. Allen, but sama reached us from our own corres pondent. We thank you very much for past favors and will be pleased to hoar from you at all times.

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TRIED IT ON THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

TRIED IT ON THE HOU'E. "When driving from Tumworth to Bowling Alley Point, o-e of my horses took bad with gripes and got down kick ing and struggling," says Mr. ^am Pyrkc of Bowling Alley Point, N.S.W. ' Those who passed mo ciinsidered the horse would die. As I always carry Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kein edy for my own use in case of emergency, I put a whole bottle of it in half a pint of \va er and gave it to the horse. In less than a quarter of nn hour he was up and started to fee:! It is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that I have to thank for saving me a goad horse." Corned Mutton, guaranteed fresh, at E. FitosT's butchery, 2}d lb, cash. Is your system ruu down with Anaemia ? Huild it up with NEMIA TONIC.

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City Post Card Depot. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

City Post Card Depot. A branch has been opened at Cmvra. G. Bollinger and C(J!, (next door to Crop ley's boob store) are the fortunate repres entatives. Stocks nro now on sale. As, the new creations in these artistic goods are put on the market in Sidney they will simultaneously be on sale at the Cowra depot.*

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School of Arts Continental. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

School of Arts Continental. A meeting of the Recreation sub committoo was hold at the Cowra School of Arts on Thursday evening 19th inst,, whon tho following members were pre sent :- Messrs. McPhee (president), Stowart, Fisher, Warren, Moore, Arey, and Campbell (hon. see.) Ifc was de cided to hold a Continental on tlie Cowra llacecourse on Friday ovening, March 10th.

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WEDDING REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

WEDDING REFORM. Tho wedding of Mary, Lady Invor clydo, Tvith Sir Archibald Hunter, will probably do something to ostablish a de sirable reform in marriage customs. Ac cording to time-honored habit, socioty marriages tnko place at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and tho friends of the brido and bridegroom arc bidden later to as semble at till© home of tho paronts of the former. Tho presents are inadequately displayed in a stuffy room, and thoro is a struggle for champagne and accessories in tho dining-room. This takes placo be tween 3 an<l <1 o'clock in the afternoon, almost the only hour of the day at which Londoners aro not accustomed to eat and drink. It is too late for luncheon, too early for tea, highly detrimental to din : tier. Lady Inverclyde, hiring a suito of i spacious rooms at Olaridgo's Hotel, eu | tertained lior friends tho evening beforo | tho wedding. There was music, a leisure ly Tiow of tho presents, tho interchange of greetings by many friends, an...

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AN AUSTRALIAN AT HOME. ST. HELIER, JERSEY, 7/ll/'10. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

AN AUSTRALIAN AT HOME." ' ST. HELIER, JERSEY, 7/ll/'10. ' Truly, the world* is a small place. At this.timo of year tho.Channol Islands aro almost empty of tourists, yet, on the first night I dined in St; Helier at the next table to mine, 6at a party of Australians whom I last saw in FremantJo, wrecked passongers, like myself, from the Pericles. Like most Australian visitore, they were liomoward bound, and seeking thus tar south for tho summer warmth which one finds not now in England. . Jorsey is interesting to tho horticul turist on account of early potatoes, flow ers pears, and, to-some extent, other fruits. Early potatoes' are grown on high ground, facing south, and protected Irom the north and oast. Fruit trees aro grown either as standards or espaliere against Avails. In the former case very little caro is often given, in the latter the most miuuto attention. Jersey cider has a cortain reputation, but seems to me to lack the flavour of tho best, possibly owing to non-ndmixtur© ...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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ESTABLISHMENT OF HERD-TESTING ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

ESTABLISHMENT OF HERD TESTING ASSOCIATIONS. WITH n view to sitmulatlng the dairy fanners throughout the State to im prove the breeding ami management of their herds, the Department of Agri culture desires to bring under notice the system devised lu Denmark, Canada, and Germany, lu connection with the establishment of "Herd Test Ing Associations." The result of the es tablishment?' of the system in these three countries has proved most grati fying, and the movement is now be coming fairly general In all dairying countries. - . These associations are formed by a number of dairy farmers combining for the purpose of determining the amount of milk and butter yielded per arinUm by each cow owned by the respective members, and the information thus se cured is of a distinct practical value to all Interested in the improvement of their herds. The usual practice adopted in the formation of these bodies is as fol lows An efficient tester can generally be'got from the College students, who have...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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FRUIT AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911

FRUIT AS FOOD. Mi*. Sampson Morgan lias a lengthy ar ticle iu tlio "Fortnightly Ileviow1' 011 the valuo of fruit for food, and tho possibili ties of increasing the saccharine percoo tago by proper cultivation, ilo estimates that by proper treatment the present pro duction of eugar in fruits from the or chards of tho United Kingdom could be increased by 5000 tons a year. A diot of bread and trait would, ho maintains, load to tho prolongation of human life, and continues: 'l'lie well-grown tomato contains about 420 grains of eugar to the pound. Eaten raw, with brown broad and butter or oil, it forms an ideal re past, and, strange though at first it may soom to inuny, this diet will sustain health and strength to perfection. "With ono exception, perhaps, the banana lias a larger percentage of nitrogen than any other fruit of its kind. . . . Wo havo como to learn that there is danger in the freo use of concentrated foods generally. Fruits as diluto foods are exceedingly wholesome, and n...

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