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"The Wanderers" Bad Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
"The Wanderers" Bad Luck. A great fire occured at Oondoblin on Friday evening when the Tomporance Hall was burnt to the gronnd. The tire occured through a kerosene lamp being either knocked or blown over. The "Wanderers" Company had just finish ed a three nights' entertainment, and the people had all left the hall, when the outbreak was first noticed. The Wandorers Company had no time to get 'anything out'.of the hall. The piano and all tho co3tumes were burnt and the takings at the door-about £30 were also lost. One lady had received her pay of £6 that afternoon, and that was included in the firo also. The hall was insured for £300.
Cowra Up-to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Cowra Up-to-Date. It's safe to say that Cowra is getting as' up-to-date as a City in some lines. Tailor ed ready-to-wear clothes for men and youths are now available. G. Bollinger and Co., (next door to Cropley's boot storej speeialise in these, mens trousers at 10s lid in their window look like a 25s pair. A suit at 38s seems a £4 10s one. . This extraordinary value is the result of cash trading strictly carried out by this firm. The smartness of the goods denote tailoring of no mean order. We are in formed that almost any man or youth can step right into a splendid lit. The City Post Curd Depot branch is at this store.*
Our Tailors. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Our Tailors. Of course you would like to have an idea how they could make you a suii, well, when you see the smartness of their tailored-ready-to wear clolhiugwe have on sale-that -'sit" the coats have-that perhaps a tailored ready-towear coat libs you almost perfectly-you will know ; thea how perfectly you could be fitted, by us making for you to the fraction of an 1 inch. We beleive our cutter is second to J none in the Stute. Our money-saving prices by means of cash trading will keep ? your suit bill down. Should any inaccuracy j ever occur in measuring another suit will I be made. The most fashionable materials always available. G. Bollinger and Co., Cowra (next door to Cropley s boot store) where the City Post Card Depot branch has been established.* Farmers can (for cash) get good Corned Beef at E. FUOST'S butchery, at 20s per lOOlbs, 56lbs Us, 2Slbs 0s.
The Dry-Farming Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
The Dry-Farming Confei ence. An inter-State dry farming conference, with special reference to wheat-growing, will be opened in Adelaide on Match G. Mr. G. L. Sutton, State Wheat Ex perimentalist, and two other officers yet to bo selected will represent the Depart ment of Agriculture. There is also an invitation for three practical farmers to represent the State, but the difficulty appears to be that men who would most fittingly do so may be unablo to spare the time or are not disposed to go to the expense of the the trip. The farmers, who do go will have to defray their own expenses, though there will be a conces sion iu fares if a party of six is made up.
Ask a Doctor? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Ask a Doctor? lie will tell you a helmet lint is the hat for bead protection iu ibis summer of ours. We sell a line of these at (is 3d that has a shapeliness andappeurauce worth 10s (3d. See onr window -every article marked in plain figures. Our cash trading makes every ariicle a friend to jour pocket. Panama hats Bollinger's special at 12s 6d. This is a line usually sold at 21a. Only two dozen left, so come early. Our silver coin shirts-two shillings and six pence-with still' cuffs nnd collar bands -mind not rubbish-but another example of what cash trading will do. G. Bollingor and Co., cash traders (nexc door to Crop ley's boot store) Cowra-whore the City Poet Card Depot liranch is.*
Cowra Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Cowra Town Band. The adjourned public meeting having for its objective the revival of our practically defunct town band took place at the Council Chambers on Friday night and was well attended by repre sentative townsmen, amongst whom were the Mayor (Aid. Links), Messrs. Martin, Buckley, Callaghan, Moore, Stewart, Bollinger, Kelly, Todhunter, Bergin, Nicholls, Walkom, McGrath, Bay Whittaker, S. Stevenson, Gilbert, Bougen, 0. Fogarty, Arey, Eyall and others. ; .. . The minutes of the former - meeting having been read and confirmed a lengthy discussion ensued relative to the cause of disaffection amongst the members of the late band'and the best means to adopt with a view to placing so very desirable an institution on a .stabler footing. Mr.. 0. Fogarty, upon being in terrogated regarding the financial posi tion of the late band, stated that some four years ago musical instruments had been purchased from Messrs. W. H. Paling & Co., Sydney, for about £22, and that debt was stil...
As it Should be. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
As it Should be. Recently at a conversazione to welcome the new rector and* curate of St. Clement's Church of England, Yass, the Bishop (Dr. Barlow) in re ferring to the good feeling existing between members of the different churches, said, " The day had come when bigotry was a thing of the past. We are all loyal, but wo love with brotherly love those who have different forms of worship." The feeling was a good one, said he, for the world was quite wide enough for people of all denominations to live in without wrangling.
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them 1 If you are not a bootmaker you can't. Good boots embody something more than style and finish. It's the material you want,'aud it must be made up by good workmanship. All WALKOM BROS' Boots are thoroughly examined by a fir.3t class Bootmaker before they aro put on our shelves for sale. We also pay attention to style and comfort. Put quality with price before buying elsewhere.*
COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
COMMITTEE MEETING. . At the conclusion of the public meet ing the newly appointed committee met and transacted the following business, there being a full attendance. Mr. Nicholls was voted to the chair. Following officers were then duly elected :-Patron, Mr. Colin Campbell; president, Dr. McLaren; vice-presidents, Messrs. Ryall, Stevenson, andMcLeish ; hon. sec., Mr. O. Fogarty ; hon. treas., Mr. J. J. Kelly; auditors, Messrs. Fisher and Battye. Messrs. Nicholls, Martin, Stevans'on, Bergin, and Fogarty were appointed a sub-COmmittae to draft a code of rules, and to prepare an estimate of receipts and expenditure, as well a? an organisation scheme, for submission to next meeting. The meetifig then adjourned -until 8 p.m. on Monday, February Cth; ?at- the Schtfol of Arts.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Stud Pigs for Sale BERKSHIRE PEDIGREED PIGS, young Boars and Sows, by- imported " Velonne Jack," from imported sows Sydney Royal Show winners. Price and particu lars on application to : A. b. CONROY, North Bangardo,Canowindra Late of Glenlee, Campbelltown. MUBRUNGAL SHIRE COUNCIL. TRIENNIAL ELEGTION, 1911 1HEREBY declare the result of the Poll for the Shire Elections held to-day as follows : RIDING B. Votes Daniel Neville ... 100 James Griffiths Prosser ... 10ft John Joseph Smith ... .. 50 ;; Informal... ... , ... 15 . RIDING 0. Jos. ph George Hardiman ...: 104 Charles Ludovia Hnme .... 86 ^, James Gorham .40 : Informal ... . 8,. and I hereby declare the following gentle men elected as COUNCILLORS for the respective Ridings of the Shire RIDING B DANIEL NEVILLT-, and JAMES GRIFFITHS PROSSER; " ' "RIDING 0 ' JOSEPH GEORGE HARDIMAN, an! CHARLES LUDOVIA HUME. .. . ; . J, F/jS.HI^E, ..', Burro'wa.. ... . " Returning .Utticer. 28tli Jafo'aaty, 1911." ' .. ^ CAUTION TO TRESPASSERS. ANT per...
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Federal C6rresppnd= ence. Mr. T. Brown, M.P., furnishes the following copies of Departmental corres pondence. KOOUAWA'THA POST OFFICE BUILDING. Sir,-With reference to your personal inquiries at this Office, respecting the proposed erection of a new Post Office building at Koorawatha, N.S.W., I have the honor to inform you that it has been ascertained from the State Public Works Department that tenders for this work will probably be invited in about three, week's - .time. ,Yours faithfully, G. J. OakeBhott, Works Director, Sydney. .MORONGLA CREEK TELEPHONE LINE. Sir,-Referring to the letter from this Office, dated the 25th July last, relativo to a request, inter ' alia, made bj' -. Mr. F; Wright;: Honorary Secretary, R and S. Association, Morongla Creek, for a wooden pole telephone line.tpijse erected between Wattamondara- and. Morongla Creek, in lieu of the existing cheap type of lino, I have to intimate that the Postmaster at Cowra reports that line in question works well as a gene...
Personal Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
| Personal Pairs, j Mr. S. 0. McGill lias been appoint ed organiser for the Liberal and Re form Party in the Belubula electorate. We regret to hear that Mrs. A. Daly, of Canimbla, ia at present in disposed; Mr. A. T. M'Millan, postmaster at Randwick, with £285 per year, has been transferred to Cowra, with £310, Rev. Father Cooney shortly com mences his usual tour of inspection of the schools of the diocese. .He ex pects to be absent some five or six months. A recently ordained priest, Rev,. Father O'Reilly, will act as the Rev. Father Cooney's LOCUM TENENS. Rev. Father Oooney preached a splendid sermon to a crowded con gregation on Sunday morning, taking as his text " Owe no man anything." At St. Raphael's Church on Sun , day evening Rev. Father Oooney re , organised the men's branch of the Sacred Heart Society, and enrolled a large number of new members. The Commercial Hotel, Coraki, which was recently burned to the ground was kept by Mr. and Mrs. Cambotirne. Mrs. Cambourne is a si...
Correspondence. To the Editor. THE LATE MRS. T. BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 1 February 1911
Correspondence. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; To the Editor. THE LATE MRS. T. BROWN. Dear Sir,—My attention has been drawn to a footnote of yours to the obituary paragraph which appears in the issue of your journal of the 25th instant relating to the death of Mrs. T. Brown, of Young. The footnote refers to Mrs. T. Brown as being a daughter of Mrs. Alex. Frazer, of Cowra, etc. This, I desire to say is an error. The deceased lady (Mrs T. Brown) prior to her marriage to Mr. Thomas Brown, was Miss Sarah Jacobs, of Cowra, consequently a sister to Mrs. P. Robinson and Mrs. C. Whittaker, of Cowra. Apparently you have confused the late Mrs. T. Brown with Mrs. F. A. Brown, a daughter of Mrs. Alex. Frazer, of Cowra. The late Mrs. T. Brown and Mrs. F. A. Brown, when married, were very close friends, and came from Cowra to Young together. Sub- sequently they married Messrs. T. W. and F. A. Brown respectively. I shall be glad if you will make the corr...
WHEN JULIUS LANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
WHEN JULIUS LANDED. Nearly twenty centuries havo passed j si hob tho Romans landed for tlie ' first time in Britain. It was in 55 B.C. I that the expedition of Julius Caesar sail- \ od from Portus Hins, which is believed to j havo boen between Boulogne and Calais, and, after a. passage of about ten hours, arrived 011 the coast of Britain near Do ver, and beheld tho cliffs of Kent thickly fringed with armed Britons, who were evidently prepared to dispute his landing. For somo time ho hovered about the South Foreland, and then, favoured by j wind and tade, sailed northward to tho ' flat beach which oxtends from Walmer Castle' to Sandwich, and presented less. difficulty for dise-ambarking. Hero again the Britons thickly lined . tho beach, and the galleys drew too much water to permit the invaders to laud at j oneo on tho beach, and tho soldiers liesi- \ tated in momentary confusion. "Follow i me, comrades," exclaimed the standard bearor, "if you would not see tho eagle 111 tho hands of...
A DESIRABLE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
DESIRABLE STATION. '111)0 attention of pastoralists and j investors is specially directed to tlio announced sale by auction of- the idoally situated, from all points of viojv;-elimato, soil, rainfall, and acces sibility-of ltingwood Station. This magmficont AVestcrn holding of 17,120 acres is desirably situated between l'arkcs and Condobolin, where so many astuto and experienced Victorian fann ers have settled with gratifying re sults. ltingwood hasn't an unsatis factory acre. It is unsurpassed wheat growing and grazing land. It is a conditional purchase 011 which every condition is certified as fulfilled. In stalmentfi remaining due to tho Crown arc payable at tlio rat&lt;» of Is. per aero per annum. Kingwood Station will be auctioned as a wholo at tho Royal Exchange, Sydney, on February 17th, by Arthur ltickard and Co., Ltd., Syd ney, in conjunction with Messrs. AVm. Todd and Sons, Trundle. Specially easy terms are dccided 011; so a rare opportunity is afforded pastoralist...
NEW BULLETINS ISSUED BY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
NEW BULLETINS ISSUED BY DE PARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. THE Department of Agriculture desires to draw attention to the fact that two new Bulletins have recently been is sued, making a total number of forty issued to date. The two most recent additions are "Book-keeping for Fanners" and "Cattle Dogs and Sheep Dogs." The former has been compiled by the Euglish Master at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, who, corniug in contact as he does with farmers aud farmers' sons from all parts of the .State, has a good knowledge of their requirements in this direction. The system adopted has been framed so as to clearly show the operations of a farmer or fruitgrower, and the financial results therefrom with a minimum of detail work, and has therefore been made as simple as possible. The articles of which this Bulletin is a reprint ap peared in the Aijricultunil Uuzcttc for May and June of this year, and those who possess copies of these issues will not, therefore, need to get a copy of the presen...
HAPPY IN[?]GAOL. Curious Prison Systoms. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
I HAPPY INtGAQL, Curious Prison Systoms. Cettinjo, tho capital of Montenegro, : posseses tho most remarkable prison sye- j torn in tho -world. The gaol presents lit Uo to indicate that it is a placo of confine ment, there being apparently nothing be tween. tho prisoners and absolute liberty. There are no outer prison walls, and in the cells, the men-about ten to each-are as contentedly and comfortably housed as.their own personal domestic belongings can mako them . Moreover, they aro gen erously fed, and cigarottes without stint, wine occasionally, and no work at all, conibino to check any desire to escape moro effectually than would strong walls, iron bars, and an ariny ol warders. "Whon Mr. "W. J. Stillman was in that country in tho seventies all the free men wero away fighting; and he observed how. when a messenger was wanted, the official took a man out of tho prison and sent him off, having no fear that ho would not return. One such inessengor waa sent to Cat tro, in Austrian t...