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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Auction Sale. Furniture & EMeets. JOHN PEISL.EY JIAS rccoived instructions from MB. A. J. Gmmid, to sell by auction at ilia residence, Sriuiro's Buildings, KendaII-st., Cowra, the ffholo o£ his FURNITURE and EFFECTS comprising Leather Suite, Couch, Sideboard, Chairs,-Extension Dining Table, Lino leum, D. & S, Bedsteads, Wire Mat tresses and Bedding, Marble-top Wash Stands and Sets, Dressing Table, Wardrobe, Chest Drawers, Perambu lator, Kitchon Dresser, and other Kitchen'Utensils. J. PEISLEY, Auctioneer, Cowra. wmu HORSE SALE. 5©iB|500 Bedford, Taylor & Weston, Ltd, And Tibbits & Sons, WILL sell by Public Auction at GILGANDRA. On Tuesday and Wednesday. 7th and 8tli February, 19U. ' 500-SUPERIOR-HORSES--500 comprising-Extra Heavy and Active Draughts, Farm and Tlongh Horse3 ; also a number good upscanding 'Bus, Cab, and Station Horses and Ponies. Every attention given to visitors. Trucks ' secured to load to Rny destination. BEDFORD, TAYLOR & WE...
OUR TRADE WITH CHINA Last Year's Operations. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
OUR TRADE WITH CHINA j Last Year's Operations. THE report , of the State's Commercial Commissioner (Mr, J. B. Suttor) hi tlie East, dealing with the trade of China 1 for 1800, is just to hand. The trade of China with all countries shows an Increase over 1908 of £8,001,420, of which Imports accounted nnd cxPorts for £7,168,870. British trade Increased by SO,000 in imports and £1,393,032 In exports; while the trade with all other .ounfrles shows an increase of £1,(588,050 in imports and £5,700,438 in exports. The figures for the State of New South Wales are not available, but tha operations of tho whole of the states of the Australian Ooninionwonlth show n decrease in oxports to China of £24,870, and an Increase In Imports from that country of £4,231, leaving a not loss for the trade of the year of £20,030, which is not at all satisfactory. The total trade of China with all coun tries Is annually worth nearly £100,000,000, of which Imports are re sponsible for rather more than half. C...
Australian Workers' Union Central Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Australian Workers' Union Central Branch. The following is the result of tho ballotfor the election of officers 'foev tho;i:ensuing year Chairman: v';-? W. J. Johnson, M.H.R,,- unopposed. Vice-Chairman : ' . 'c 1 - E. H, Richards, unopposed. Senator Gardiner, unopposed. Secretary s Ibo Smith, unopposed. Delegates to A. W. 17. Conference: J. Bailey, Tumufc ... ... ... 55§3 A. Dawson, Orango ... ... 4410 Li T. Maher, Grenfoll ... . 3929 W- H. Lambert, Orango ...? ... .... 3422 JE. Koaneally, Grenfell ? ... ... ... '3287 J. Howard, Wardsworih ... \ ... 2752 F. Bartloy, Forbes ... 2588 T. Morgan, Orange .. ... " ... 2529 B. Smith, Orange ... .. ... ... 2240 T. Smith, Molong ... .. ... ... 2200 P. J. Fitzgerald, tsally'l Flat' ... ... 1994 G. Seaward, Orango ... "r.... 1084 J. Wilde, Willoughby ., ..... 1667 F. Lovafct, Orange ... .. .. ... 1618 First six elected. Delegates to P.L.L. Conference. A. Dawson, Orange - 5443 > I. Smith, Orange.. .... . ... 5387 L. T. Maher, Grenfoll ... 48...
A COAL AND COKE INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
A COAL AND COKE INVESTMENT. Squatters, fanners, dairymen, and country residents generally, desir'o.is of varying their investments, realising there is greator safety in disposing theii pro fits in approved enterprises aiid inte/ests outside . a. limited locality, will be spe cially interested in the prospectus of the . Illawarra Steam Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., which is being formed to acquire from the'Avondale Mining Syn dicate valuable coal properties on the South Coast, and to carry on the busi ness of colliery, proprietors and colto manufacturers. The capital is to bo £150,000, in £1 shares, as follows: 25,000 fully-paid to t'lio vendors, 75,000 issued to the public (2s. Od. on applica tiohj 2s. 6d. on allotment, and 2s. 6d. at not less than quarterly calls), and 50,000 in roservo for futuro develop ment and expansion. The provisional Directors aro Sir James Graham, M.D., Messrs. Henry Howell (Director and Sydney Manager of Howard Smith Co., Ltd.), .Tlieo. J. Marks (Messrs. Robert...
CHAPTER XXIII. THE SEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
CHAPTER XXIir. THE SEARCH. A forhiighb, andvno news of Nilda. Iler :fMends, the police;1 the public wero badled and- mystified. Reluctantly tho police authorities had, .to acknowlodgo that every cliio. or supposed clue, had failed to'lead them on the right track. "A rumour that gained a good deal of cre dence was to the effect that Miss Chester had.been spirited away by a party of Ger mans who had lately been missed from ' the city ; 'that she was talc en 011 board a German boat that had been reported as having:'been sighted near the coast. During this period 0110 of the most) fre quent visitors to the homo of the Hortons was Mr. Greshain, who, notwithstanding his 'Parliamentary duties and special and oxtonded sittings of tho House in view of the alarming condition of affairs and the peril of the country, mado time to call frequently at Linden to enquire, and to formulate new plans of investigation, for ' they could not sit idly by, nor, rest, with the feeling of uncertainty and app...
NILDA. A Tale of the German Invasion of 1912. Written specially for the N.S W. COUNTRY PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XXII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
A Tale of the German invasion of 1912 Written specially for the N.S W. OOUNTBY PRESS ASSOCIATION. By E. DOIDGE, ' s Member of the London Sooiefcy of Authors, and author of Marion Gorrisby, Mysterious Mrs. Brown, The Daughter of Eve. Was She a Wicked Vomon? Little Maori Wair, Father and.Sonl ? " ?' to.,' &c. ? CHAPTER XXII.-Continued. Here the British and the Germans were to meet on even terms, neither seeking nor desiring cover or breast works. Here upon another Flodden "was history to re peat itself. Not now a question of the supremacy^. of Scotland or England James IV. or Henry VIII.-but a far wider world-wide question: -Imperial Britain v. Imperial Germany. . . . Not often has the author turned aside to.recall pages of early British history; the temptation to do so hero for a brief space is irresistible. Jusfe 400 years ago -in 1513-James, at the head of per haps the largest army Scotland had as sembled, invaded the kingdom of his brother-in-law, the libertine Henry. In a...
Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. Mr. S. A. Basscr, the eminent Vienna Optician, holds the very highest certifi cates secured by actual examination in Vienna, Dresden, Berlin, Louden and New York. He is also a quililiel Master of the British Optical Association. Mr. Bnsser desires to give the greatest pos sible number the benefit of his skilled services and makes no charge whatever for consultations, or for carefully testing the sight. His coming visit to tfcis town oilers a splendid opportunity of having the eyes properly attended to, and all visual effects defects cor.ected. Mr. Basser has devoted much time to the study of the ejes of the young, and par ents should note this fact, and brin» the children to him fcr examination. A few minutes now may save great expense in the future. Mr. Bisser is sole agent for the "So Easy" rimless classes-quite the most comfortable it is possible GO get. He employs no agents, and may be con sulted in person at the Imperial Hotel, Cowro, on Wednesday and ...
Further Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Further Progress.f For a long timo past a great scarcity of Cyprus Pino timber has been experienced by the building trade in the Cowra district, but wo aro pleased to iiote by an advertise'; ment in our columns that this demand will be substantially alleviated. Early in February "J. F. Ellis, of Cowra, intends to erect an up-to-date saw milling plaut at Morongla, and has made completo. arrangements for the supply oE pine logs to Operate upon. Orders can be delivered to any part of the district by team, or loaded on rail at Wattamaudara, a distance of threo miles from Ihe saw mill. Mix Ellis, who ha3 had an iutimate and life long experience in the timber trade, will personally supervise the -general management, and when absent will be represented by Mr. Thos. Buckley, Macquarie-st. Other than Cyprus Pine, builders can obtain their supplies throughout, as Mr. Ellis represents large Sydney firms in all imported timbers and building requisites. Wo consider that the saw mill will provo a...
Church News. Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Church News. 'r "? ' * _ ? Methodist Church. On Sunday next the annual harvest thanksgiving services will be held in the Methodist Church at Woodstock. The Rev, D. D. Hunter will preach'at the morning and evening services while the Rev. \V. H. Jones, of Young, will con duct the service in the afternoon. There will be special music under tho baton of Mr. C. VV. Starr. Tho annual thanks-offering will bo in aid of the trust funds of the church. The after noon servico in the same church on Sunday, February 5th, will be a memor ial service for the late Mrs. ' John Graves. . ; At tho Cowra Methodist church on Sunday next, the Rev. \V. H. Jones, of Young, will preach at tho morning snd everting services, advocating the claims of the Foreign Missionary Society The offertory will be in aid of Foreign Missions.
Wattamandara. (From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Wattamandara. . (From our own Correspondent. A son of Mr. John Ryan, of Watta- 3 mondara, was taken to the Cowra Hos- 1' pital last Sunday suffering from diph theria. This is the only case so far and wo hope that it will be the only one. We also hope for the speedy recovery of the sufferer. ' A local lad of twelve years of ago, son of Mr. John Walton, met with rather a serious accident to one of his eyes. Acting under the advice of Dr. McLaren, Mr. Walton took his son to the Opthalmic Hospital, at Moorcliffe, Sydney, where he will hare to undergo three oporations and remain 6 weeks. Mr. Willis is erecting a large dwelling house consisting of 8 rooms and a bake house, the materials being , used are bricks composed from a mixture of sand and cement. It will be an attractive building when completed. Mr. Fuller, of Orange, is the contractor. _ Messrs. T. Boyd and Son have leased. their store and hall to Mrs. M. G. Hyams, of Cowra, who will carry on the business. During the last week bet...
A Rich Man's Advice to his Son. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
A Rich Man's Advice to his Son, Don't pay 2s 6d when Is 9d will buy it. Don't wait to save a pound at a time save the shilling. G. Bollinger & Co cash traders ('next door to Cropleys boot store) Cowra ean help you to carry ru> this advice. Boys Jafk Tar or Sailor Straw hats a1 1.8 9d each, suits at 3s 3d and 3s Gd-under the old stylo we cot 5s 6d and 6s Cd for these suits. We specialise in mens and boys clothing, Mint's why our goods are right-nt the j right prices. The value we give speaks to you from the window-our .plain-figure prices. This is where the City Post Ca'd Depot Branch has been opened.*
Horse Sale at Gilgandra. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Horse Sale at Gilgandra. Bedford Taylor and We3ton Ltd in conjunction with Tibbits and Sons will sell at Gilgandra on the 7tli and 8th of February next 500 horses, com prising extra heavy and active draughts farm and plough horse3 and a number of good upstanding bus, cab, and station horses. The above horsoa s>re young in tho? pink of conditicn, and at-3 for absolute sale. Every attention will be given to visitors, and trucks secured to auy destination required. Buyers should not mi3S this opportun ity.
Just a Reminder [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
I . . Just a Reminder Loso you forgot, to support local indus try, by always asking your grocer for our soap. Don't be put oil' with high price city lines. Fancy paying ten shillings per case more for soap that only passes the same standard as the ' local article by law t Was anything so absurd ever heard of. You would not do it for other lines then why for soap!*
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them ? If you are not a bootmaker you can't. Good boots embody something nfore than style and iinish. It's the material you 'want, aud it must be made up by good : workmanship. All WALKOM BROS' Boots are thoroughly examined by a first class Bootmaker before they are put on our shelves for sale. Wo also pay attention to style and comfort. Put quality with price before buying elsewhere.*
School Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
School Changes. I Miss Dolly" Wark's many friends in this district will bo pleased to learn that she has received well merited promotion haying been ap pointed assistant at the Berrigan public school. Miss Wark, who is a daughter of our old frionds, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wark, of Wostville, com menced her education at Holmwood school under Bliss Muir, coming to Cowra school some years agp as a scholar, and during tho last 2| years as a teacher. We congratulate Miss Wark on her preferment, and trust that it is the stepping stono to much higher things in the Depart ment of Public Instruction. Miss Thompson, of Bellinger is Miss Wark's successor. Miss Telford,who has been a pupil teachor at tho local school for some little time, has been removed to Burrowa. Her placo will be filled by Miss Moore,. of Bellinger. Mr. Bondfield, of Deluu gra, n«?ar Inveroll, has been appointed to Bellimari.
A Good Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
A Good Suggestion. A gentleman prominent iu local sporting circles lias suggested to us that it seems hardly fair that tho players in cricket, football and other games, iu which they are called upou to defend the prestige of the Cowra district-, should have the whole of the cost of travelling, entertaining, etc., thrust on their shoulders, as in the aggregate it totals a considerable sum-far too much for the slender resources of most young fellows. With a view to doing away with .this our friend suggests the holding of a social or progressive euchre party for the purpose- of raising money with which to establish the nucleus of a fund from which at least portion of incidental sporting expenses could'bo met. Wo commend the suggestion to tho thoughtful consideration of our readers, as we consider same a decid edly good idea and easily capable of accomplishment. . Ilcadaohes and dizziness goon vanish ' when yon take NEMIA TONIC.
Reminder. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Reminder. Parents and guardians are again re-. minded that failure , to register with the' authorities before the 3lBfc instant boys, whose 14th, 15th, or 17th birthday, occurs during tho present year render themselves liable to a penalty of £10. Eomombor, be fore Tuesday next.
ATTACKED WHILE WORKING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
ATTAOKED WHILE WORKING. "Whiie at my work one morning, I was attacked with severe griping pains in the stomach," writes Mr. David Howard, Sale, Vie ' I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and am pleased to say that it cured 'me inaa few .minutes. Since then I have h d several attacks, and have always nsed Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy with good results," The Minister for Works informed a deputation of Canowindra-Gregra ex tentsionisfcs a day or BO ago that he would consider the desirability of submitting the proposal to the WorkB Committee .when satisfactory figHres J were furnished in support thereof.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
LIMITED A Pr gra sive Company of Wool anil Produce Brokers. Each head of the Company directly controls a department of the business, and gives personal attention to disposal o( all consignments. The Conipany'Eclls only WOOL and PRODUCE, SO the whole tirao and attention of Directors and Staff are concentrated on securing entire satis faction to consignors of these lines. Call and see them when next in town. Offices: 44 Bridge Street, Sydney. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. A remedy in Tablet form having speci - fic action on the stomach, liver.and bowels. Easy to take, prompt and gentle in their action- and beneficial in resnlls. Try a box if you are troubled with constipation. Sold eyerywhere Is 6d. At the police court on Friday Michael j Ryan was lined 5s or 48 hours gaol for drunkenness. John Vapor was ordered to pay 20s or go to gaol for 7 days. Pale sickly women who fry Nemia TONIC uickly regain the bloom of health. From 495 acres, Messrs. Cravon ( Bros., Of " Glenhurafc, " Lock wood, J ...
Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 28 January 1911
Market Report. Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson. Limited report under date January 24 th:-We held our first sale of the New Year yester day. When compared with the opening sales, the "market showed a distinctly better feeling. More confidence was shown, aud, though December rates were not regained, prices were on the whole appreciably higher. _ The Home trade still continues the mainstay of the market, Lut competition is becoming more general. Continental buyers showing more freedom in bidding. Japan continues an active competitor. Taken .all round there was plenty of animation and a general tend-, ency in sellers' favor. The catalogue was largely made up of selectors1 and farmers' clips; the later shown wools carrying an abundance o£ yolk. Our sales included:-Davidson Bros., Bur'rowa, 11 Jd ; Mrs. Bridget Cassells, Frogmore, lOJd ; 0. H. Freudenstein Greenthorpe, loj-d j W. V? Kobertson 1 Woodstock, lOd; Miss M. 3', Mallon Gar land lOd.