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The Turf. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
The Turf. " Tommy " Ballantyuo rode" three winners at "Marengo races oil Anni versary Day. CTronim and Argonette won the doable. Following are the weights for the two principal events to be decided at the Murrumburrah Turf Club meet ing: ROBERTS CUP £50 10s, 1 mile and 63 yards. Mary Grafton Ruffo... Orizelle Wilton Marvel Lawn Graftnot tJronim Blue Belt Abahcol Nodrap Pot Shot Rimfire st. lb. 9 5 HURDLE RACE £25, about 2 miles and . 1 furlong. st. lb. Home Fleet ... ... 10 10 Golden Trent ... 10 0 Abahcol Host ... Quilatchal "Highrock St. Trella Pipestom . 7 5 0 ij " 0 0 W.D.R.A. RACE MEETING. Following nominations were re» ceivbd ftfr the principal events in connection, with the W.D.R, Associa tion's annual race meeting, to take place on February 7 th and 8th: . POBLICANV PORSE, 6 fur.-Lupolo, M.K., The Vanquisher, Plaiden, April Rose, Amherst Queen, Malt Rose, Ayrbrook, Playwell, Lord Daniels, Royal Merv. i . GOOLAGONO HANDICAP, 1 mile;: Pharisee* Rolled Oats, Monaghan, The Vanqu...
Sporting. Cricket. TOURISTS V. RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Sporting. * Cricket. TOURISTS V. RAILWAY. . Teams rep.osenting the above tried conclusions at Cowra Park on (he 29th instant, when the Railway Olub, with whom MoCormack played,, obtained an easy victory. The Tourists with a couple of exceptions, did not show to advantage in any department of the game, several easy chances having been declined, while their' rivals shone out prominently in batting, bowling, and fielding. The scores are appended. Eaii/WAY. Shipton c W. Ryall b Phillips ... 39 Harper, b Phillips 17 McGee b Worrall '... 17 McCormack stp J. Orowo b W. Ryall ... ..... (55 Kibble b Worrall ... ... ... ...: 43 Douglas b Phillips .... ... ... "... 16 Dean stp W. Ryall b'Woriall ... - 0 Tolan b Worrall ... 0. Hollis not out 2 Leahy b Worrall ... ... 0 Bradwell b Philjips . ... ... ... 6 Sundries ... ... ... ... 6 Total ... ... 206 Tookists. Martin b Kibble ... ... ... ... 0 Bprnes c Shiptonb Kibble ...&lt; ... 22 W, Ryall c Tolatid b McCormack ... .; 4; F. Crowec McOor...
Cowra P.L.L. Has No Standing at the Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Cowra P.L.L. Has No Standing at the Conference. The reports of the above Conference in the Sidney dailies have been read with keen interest during the last few days locally, but Labour supporters in the 'lis- | triet were hardly prepared for the bomb shell described hereunder being exploded i in their midet. Thus the " Evening News " :- , ' On Mr. C. Newcorabe (Cowra) 'rising to ask the chair a questiou, Mr. Danahey ap pealed to the chairman. Mr, Newcombe, lie said, was not a delegate. To contradict this, the latter waved his badge aloft, but Mr. Danahey continued to the ellect that either Mr. Newcombe or his league had been guilty of a certain I breach of the constitution,' and while bath delegates were on their foot there was a considerable uproar, each having a number of supporters, though others wanted to know what all the row was about, When, after much tintinabulation, the chaiman secured order, he ruled that till the disputes committee had dealt with the case, Mr Newcombe was...
Newsy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Newsy Notes. Look out for the Star Picture Entertainers on Thursday evening next. Mr. Michael Murphy, Neila Creek,' has a quantity of good wheaten hay for sale. Mr. Reg. Rheuben has been re-elected an alderman for,the Gronfell Municipal ity. The schools le-opened on Monday. It was a " blaok " Monday to many a ' juvenilb after Xmas vacation. j Mr. Deitz, the popular Bumbaldry teacher, was moved on during. the holidays. Great interest was taken in the. Shire election on Saturday. Specialists in all forms of disease now work through tho blood. So does NEMIA TONIC. Tho easy defeat of Ors. Sloan, Pagan and Smallacombe was un expected. The Canowindra vote was too strong against the Cowra vote split up amongst Messrs. Sloan, Fagan and Mclnnes. Or. Purcell is nearly sure to be tho next President. rt is,practically a F. and S. Assn. Council now. - .' A genuine positive cure for bloodlessness has been discovered in NEMIA TONIC. As a result of a watetspoufc at Batliurst Mr. John Soden lost £20...
Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday. Wheat 3/3 to 3/5. Chaff 2/- to 4/6. Henry Burrows (Gl), an old age pen sioner, was found this morning in : a pad dock at Bozello with his throat cut and a razor beside him. He was removed to the Hospital, where he now lies in' a critical condition. Burrows has lately, been in ill health. ' ' ' Baiu loosened the ballast on a section of the North Shoro line at Turramurra shortly after midnight on Monday and caused the derailment of a goods train. Many complaints have been made of congestion on emigrant vessels for Aus tralia. Assisted passages for 2000 have been accepted, but those arranged for De cember will be unable to sail before June. Many immigrants are being lost by delay.
A Heavy Crop. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
A Heavy Crop. At Mr. Boyd's hotel, Canowindra, there is on view a sample o£ lucerne about 8ft long, which was taken from a crop on Mr. Alex. Goodacre's pro perty on the Belubula flat, This crop has been growing for about 8 weeks, and from 10 acre3 some 30 tons have just been gathorcd. This is an exceptionally heavy yield.
The Labor Conference [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
I . -- , The Labor Conference . Tho conferenco of Labor deloga^cs now sitting in Sydney is evidently determined to keep iu check rabid extremists, and to disccuutenance attempts at reforms of a radical naturo. Tho red-hot Socialists aro evidently iu a minority, and may it ever be thus is the earnest wish of all who have the welfare of the country at heart. There is a strong flnvouriug of the discordant eloment at present in Labor politics, and signs are not wanting of a rupture being imminent, which will lead to tho creation of a third party. Mr. Holmnn's consistent attitude with rospect to the referenda has wou for him hosts of admirers, many of whom havo been heretofore num bered amonest his political opponents. His eloquent denunciation of any in terference with Stato rights was forcible and practically unanswerable, consequently he can rely upon many followers. It is to be regretted that his colleagues have not evinced an equal degree of firmness in respect to a proposal which, ...
The Labor Daily Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
The Labor Daily Paper. At the A.VV.U. Conference on Sydney, recently, the general secretary, Mr. Donald McDonnell, in tho course of his report, stated that the membership ; numbered 48,000, and the finances were in a buoyant condition. The sum of £25,000 had been collected as the first instalment of the lovy on the members, for purpose of starting the Labor daily.
Wangoola Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Waugoola Shire. A good deal of interest centred in the result of the above. Two Hid ings, A. and B, were contested, Ors. L. Purcell and F. 0. Rowlands being returned unopposed in 0 Riding. In A Riding Or. Anderson did not seek re-olection. Messrs. Jno. O'Neil (Farleigli) and Jas. Mcinerney (Bally Calla) were the successful candidates, Cr. Smallacombo being rather easily defeated. In B Riding Crs. I. J. j Sloan and J. H. Fagan were defeated by Messrs. M. J. Thompson (Water ! gumben) and Collins (Bangaroo). ' Mr. Lachlan Mclnnes (Binni Crjek) ; was also amongst the defeated. The j new Councillors will meet for tho first time on Feb. Ilth, when the , President will be elected. Following will be found the details of tho t voting: ! Riding A. | Mclnernoy O'JSTeil Smallacombo Cowrn, 31 ' 37 .10 1 Moron gin, 9 24 _ - 16 Back Crook 10 1G 2 Lower Bk.Ck.. 9 13 4 Cucumgilliga 5 9 4 Neiln, 8 _ - . 10 . 2 Wnttauiaadara 40 43. 11 Goolagong 10 20 1 137 : 172 49 Hiding B. ? . ? ??? ?' ? ' * .. ^H -...
A Rich Man's Advice to his Son. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 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 che shilling. 6. Bollinger & Co cash traders /'next doot to Cropleys boot store) Cowra can help you to carry out this advice. Boys Ja(,k Tar or bailor Straw hats at Is 9d each, suits at 3s 3d nnd 3s 6d-under tho old style we got 5s 6d and 6s 6cl for these suits. We specialise in mens and boys clothing, that's why our goods are right-»t tho right prices. The value we give sponks to you from the window-our plain iiguro prices. This is where the City I'ost Caul Depot Branch has been opened.*
Shire Elections. Lyndhurst Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
] Shire Elections. Lyndhurst Shire. The following as the result c£ the Lyndhurst Shire elections: RIDING A. *Kelly, Joshua 128 *Noonan, Denis J 119 SfcreatBeld, George......... 93 Cook, Samuel 89 Lawler, E 36 Informal 6 RIDING B; *Mendham, Frederick;..... 144 *Gordon, Thomas....; 143 Wilson, A. N ' 35 Doulman, S. J,......i........ 32 Informal 1 RIDING 0. *Fagan, John .'.... 155 *Bourko, J. F..... .... 97 Southwell, Mark 63 Kelley, T. H 41 Informal 1 Ifc will bo seen that all tho mem bers of the old Council have beon elected with the exception of the President, Mr. Streatfield, who was defeated by Mr. Joshua Kelly.
Labor and the Referenda. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Labor and the Referenda. The Labor Conferences in Sydney last week discussed, with closod doors, a motion approving of tlio Federal Government's referenda pro posals. Messrs J. C. Watson, A. Fisher, and J. II. Gatts spoke strongly in favour of the motion, whilst Messrs. Holman, Beeby, Neilson and McGoweu wero against it. Tlio motion was carried almost unani mously. Tho discussion was con ducted on very calm lines, and hardly any reference was made to Mr. Hol man.
Church Notices. SUNDAY, FEB. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
SUNDAY, FEB. 5. 0I1UHCH OF ENGLAND. Cowra erery Sunday at 8 a m Holy Communion, 11 a m and 7.30'p_m. ?i (Men's Service 2nd Sunday i>t 7.30 p m>) Conntry Centres 1st Sunday-Neil* 11 a. m, Morongla 3.15 p m, Upper Back Creek 3.15 p m. 2nd Sunday-Morongla 11 a m Holy Com munion, Holmwood 3.30 p m, Wallaroo? 3.15 p m 3rd Sunday-Noila (Mrs Bear's) Ham Morongla 3.15 p m, Lower B:iok Creek 3.15 p m, Upper Back Greek 7 m. '4th Sunday-Holmwood 11 a in, Holy Communion, Lower Back Creek 3 15 p m, Wattamondara 3.15 p ro, Morongla 7 pm. 6th Sunday-Upper Baok Creek 11 am, Holy Communion Lower Back Oreek 3.15 p m, Morongla 8.15 p m. Bennetts Springs aid other Services by arrangement with the Rector. Rov. A. J. Gardner, R.D. Rev. W. Oarua Caton. Mr. F. Hailey Hon. Lay Reader. PRESBY rERIA.N CHURCH. Canoirindra 11 a.m. North Logan 3 p.m. " Cowra 7.30 p.m. Mr. J. M. McDonald. . Cowra 11 a.m. Wattamondara 3.30 p.m. Morongla 7.30 p. m . . Rev. Geo. Cranston. METHODIST OHURCH.- . Cowra Circuit. Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price, 2d. The Beat Advertising Medium Smith U AVE opened UP a shipment of. KITCHEN UTENSILSg and now offer them MUCH BELOW- THE. USUAL COWRA PRICES-' t Light as a feather and Wear for ever. Saucepans and 'Covers, - . 5in;-2/2, 6in. 2/9, 7in, 3/3, f 8h.. 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, ? . Ipt. 10/-, 2pt, 12/-, 3pt" 13/6. - .' Saucepans and Covers, . 3pt 2/7, 4pt. 3/-, 6pt. 3/8, 8pt. 4/4, 'Boilers, 3gaR 9/-, 4gals. 12/6, 6gals. 16/9j| Kettles, 6pt. 6/3, lGpt. 9s, 12pts. 10/6. . All other sizes in Stock-Prices in proportion. KEN RICKS' HOLLOWWARE Nothing belter made. BRASS PRESERVING PANS L4\n. 8s, l6in. lis, 18in. 14s 6d. 113 ' / : K.&lt;), Reid, Smith THE ARCADE, ...... COTOA. GreatWesfernHote MfjEItiBMI WISHES to announce that he has taken over the above old established hotel, which he intends ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
MY NEW BUSINESS IS NOW IN FULL SWltfG. TUB SPOOK IS BUTTER THAN THE FORMER BEST IN THE DISTRICT. You are invitel to coma and see how- f>r a shilling will roll in among the nngnificent display I liavo ,ju3t put in. It will roll further in the direction of. good value than any shilling in "W^attnraondara ha3 done up to the pre3eut. FARMING TOOLS & SUPPLIES WILL BE WIY STRONG POINT, NO WAITING because the goods are not in stock NO DISAPPOINTMENT because of smallness of variety. NO VEXATION because of heavy prices. I i i PULL, INCLUSIVE DISPLAY AT CITY CASH PRICES THROUGHOUT. fg COME AND SEE WHAT THE No. 2 STORE OF HYAMS' OF COWRA CAN DO FOR- YOU - 1 M. G. HYAMS Where the Prices are always Lowest. COWRA & WATTAMONDARA. 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 Ma...
Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Lawn Tennis Club. A mooting of the Uowra Lawn Tenuis. Club was held at the School'of Arts.von. Monday evening. Present: Mossrs. \W; Trubody (chair), IC. Stewart, N.': Ryall, K. Howoll, Byrnes, C. Mooro; "(J. Taylor, G.\ Mooro, \V. Ryall, and M. Collings. The minutes of tho previous mooting..* woro read and confirmed, 011 tl.o motion of Mossrs. Taylar and N. Ryall. - . .1 A11 account for JH2 was roceivod from ' Mr. H. J. Brion for pino poles supplied;4 also a copy of rules from tho N.S.W. Lawn T'onnis Association. | Mr. Ken. Howoll was appointed secretary,; vico Mr. M. Collings resigned, on tho motion of Messrs. Stewart and If. Ryall. ' | Tho following committoe was appointed - -fivo to form a quorum-on tho motion of Messrs. W. Byall and Taylor:-Messrs. J. F. Kelly, K. Ryall, P. F. MclCollar, C. Moore. \V. Ryall, W. Trubody, W. Brewer, F. MeClymont, II. Bartlott, and M. Collings. "? *: ' Mr. N. Ryall moved " That tho official opening bo celebratod by iv matoli with Young." : Seconded...