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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Hi I MY NEW BUSINESS 13 NOW IN" FULL SWINGS THE STOOK IS BETTER THAN THE FORMER BEST IN THE DISTRICT. You are invited to oome and see how far a shilling will roll m among the magnificent di9play I have just pat in. It will roll further in tho direction of. good value than any shilling in Wattamoadara has done up to the present. FARMING TOOLS & SUPPLIES WILL BE MY STRONG POINT. NO WAITING becauie the goods are not in stock NO DISAPPOINTMENT because of smallnoss of variety. NO VEXATION because of heavy prices. FULL, INOLUaiVB DISPLAY AT CITY OASH PRICES THROUGHOUT. COME AND SEE WHAT THE No. 2 STORE OF H1AMS' 1 OF COWRA CAN DO FOR YOU 1 M. G. H YAMS, Where the Prices are always Lowest. %% - COWRA & WATTAMONDARA. My First Sale Announcement to the Residents of Cowra and District! COMMENCED ON . . 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 Manu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS Price . 2d» Tiie Best Advertising Medium Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium; ...SEE SPECIAL LISTS... Rekl, Smith & Co. THE AROADE, - - COWRA. fireatWesternHotel _LAOHLANST Mwmmm WISHES to . announce that he has taken over the above old established hotel, which he intends to conduct in an up-to-date manner. Nothing but the Beat Liquors atoohed. Gooi Billiard TaTale'on the Proxalsos Spiendid Stabling Accommodation in charge of careful groom.. \mmi * mm, Kendall-street, Cowra Peter Links NOTIFIES that ho has taken over the above first-class and most centrally situa ted hotel,'and hopes to meet, with tho lib eral patronage bestowed upon him in llio past. The hotel is up-to-date in every par tloular, and.one of tho best equipped out Bide the' metropolis. - BEST SPIRITS STOGKSD - SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. J First-class Stabling and Attentive Groom, j Evory convenience necessary. i Club...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

A seaside costume of dark blue serge, with tan cloth facings and large metal buttons. .

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SUFFRAGISTS. MOB MINISTERS. PREMIER IN TAXI-CAB. MR BIRRELL KICKED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

?y MOB MINISTERS. PREMIER IN TAXI-CAB. MR BIRRELL KICKED. Dissatisfaction with Mr Aaqulth's | ,'pronouncejment in the House of Com-| r nioiis on the question of Women's Suit- j rage! led on Tuesday to extraordinary Iscenes .. in ; Downing street (said-! "Lloyd's News" on November 27.) .* JVTr. AaquItil was mobbed .by suffragists and had to escape In a taxi-cab, the window of' which was broken by a "woman. Mr Blrrell..,was kicked on the . shin'and limped off-to his club. Later on parties of suffragists pro ceeded to the houses of Sir Edward Grey, Mr Winston Churchill, Mr'Lewis Harcourt, and Mr John ' Burns and smashed windows^ Three men'and 150 women were, arrested. Many ; of" tho^e "arrested had taken part in the raid on the Commons on the previous Friday, and were releasee! the following day at Bow street. On that occasion, after Mr Muskett, for the police,-had referred to the dan ger of such demonstrations, he said ? the Home Secretary had decided that . ..there would be no public...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

PROUD The House for Bangles 9ct. Gold Bangles, Hanclsomely Engraved, Flat OP Haif-Rouqd, £2-2-0 Nellie Stewart Gold Bangles (size of illustration), 9et., 36/-; 15et., 56/ (wax-illled to prevent denting), others 21/- to 80/ V. J. proud, jTriisf Jeweller, 187 piii Si. Cnear Xing St-), Sydney. And Hatton Garden, London gj '/leapxg "an "soag zxoiniat ^ W *soM«oiidfl« ao .0x3 «ao« israoo* ^ j ^3 .4(«aoaci«taoda .liap| too UiM. :MOglOd;: ;2j XI99VH IS i HOTSOS II SJ bsu HSn .®a THE NERVOUSNESS OF STAGE LIFE. Professional Women and Need of Sound Nerves. A MEMBER OF SEVERAL OPERA COMPANIES' OPINION. i Nervousness Is more or less iriher ent to the feminine constitution, and especially Is it Increased by profes sional public duties. Stage life, ac cording to the opinion of leading ac tresfcs, is a most trying one. Thera is always a great nerve tension, and ncvor for a single moment, -when on the stage,. is it relaxed. But that It can be easily relieved and the con stitution benefitted permane...

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CHAPTER XXVI. THE BOMBARDMENT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

. CHAPTER XXVI THE BOMBARDMENT OF SYDNEY. It was some hours earlier than expect ed, 011 tlio day following the flight of Nilda from- Neutral Bay, that the signals rang up that the German boats were ap proaching Sydney Harbour. Some ac counts had it that Sydney was to be bom barded "without the option" ; but gener ally the opinion got about, founded prob ably oil Brisbane's experience, that the "Flying Dutchman" wero out after dol lars, and speculation was rife as to how many millions would be demanded as the prico for Sydney. . . . But would Sydney yield to any such demands ? That was the vital, pressing question whicii had been in every man's mouth for many days. . . . Opinions differed. . . . The daily press had its columns teeming with opinions-opinions of experts and non-experts. Not a few held that Syd ney's defences wero so weak and badly place.d that it hadn't 'a show of holding out. for 24 hours against the invaders. Some wero for paying the price, and sav ing the beautiful ...

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Wellington Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Wellington [Hnrse Sale. Messrs Bedford, Taylor and Weston Ltd. are holding a monster horse sals at Wellington commencing on Wed nesday tha 22nd February and con tinuing until the 25th, Already 1,000 horses have been booked and the sale promises to be ono of the biggest yet hold by the firm. The yarding will comprise sonio choice consign ments of horses from most of the lead ing breeders and o.vnerj in the State and one owner is sending a mob of 330 head to be sold without any reserve. Messrs Bedfcrd, Taylor and Weston Ltd, inaho a speciality of horse sales and no stone is left unturn e,d to ireet requirements of both buy era and . sellers, Trucks will be in readiness t'j load horses to any des tination required. Buyers can attend with every confidence as the agents guarantee to yaid over a 1,000 super-, ior horses.^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

LADIES k CHILDREN Buffering . . . . from ANY COMPLAINT will receive most successful treatment from Mrs. JOYCE, Lady Herbalist, e/b P. PflRK&S, (Established 40 Tours) Sl QiVr Markets, Qeartfa-st., Sydney, Consult or Write. "THE WAITER BENTLEY COLLEGE" ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC ART. 16B Phillip St., SYDNEY. Under the Patronage of His Excellency Lord Chelmsford. Principal ... MR. WA&TER BENTLEY Associated with ... MR. DOUGLAS ANCELON Lady Principal ... . Miss STELLA CHAPMAN. Elocution Taught Thoroughly. Students Trained for the Stage. WRITE FOB PARTICULARS. HALL'S MHGNBTI© CORN Remedy. Pricei Bottles, If-, Postags Frw. 0UBBHOH OniROPODiM. M*. FERGUSON HALL, (h'ADT ATTENDANT!. Bnr(«rr and Laboratory i-103a Liverpool 8S.( 8YDHBY (IwtwMn Pitt nod George Btf ) SUGAR CUKE© CORNED SEER 14/- per 100 IbB. SUTTON FOREST IVIEAT Co. 761 George St., SYDNEY. Write Tor Price List-Post Vrcj on request. THE CRICKET BOOM! Secretaries of Country Cricket Clubs, and tirioketeri generally requ...

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Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. Mr. S. A. Basser, tlio eminent Vienna j Optician, holds the very highest certifi cates secured by actual examination in Vienna, Drbsden, Berlin, Louden nnd New York. He is also a qualified Master of the British Optical Association. Mr. Busser desires lo k'ive the greatest pos sible number I he benelit of his skilled services and makes nu chargc whatever for consultations, or for carofully testing ; the sight. His coming visit to tbis town ' oll'ers a splendid opportunity of having the eyes properly a'tonded to, and all ? visual ell'ects defects corrected. Mr. | Basser- has devoted much time to the study of the eyes of the young, and par- , cuts should noto this faot, and brin» the children to him for examination. A few I minutes now may save great expense in the future. Mr. B.sser is sole agent for the "5oEasy" rimless classes-quite the most comfortnblc it is possible GO get. lie employs no agents, and may be con sulted in person at tho Imperial Hotel, Cowr...

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CHIEFLY DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

CHIEFLY DIET. Dr. John Polak, in a lecture on the "Cause and Prevention of Appendicitis," has stated that appendicitis is second in importance only to tuberculdbis and can cer. In four-fifths of the cases on re cord, the victim has beon under thirty, and one-half of the appendicitis sufferers have been under twenty, .. This he ex plained' byjanforxning. the audience that this organ." retrogrades even in infancy, but particularly after thirty, so that by: the time an. individual is sixty his appen dix; has-been practically absorbed. The chief exciting cause of appendicitis, said Dr. Polak, is diet, and he gives statistics to prove that appendicitis occurs in great est quantity among heavy meat-oaters. Among the Roumanian peasants, who live on a diet almost wholly vegetablo, the" rate -\vas one case to every 221 per sons. Japan and India, he said, were £ractically free from the scourge. "In ondon and New York, it is so prevalent that .tlie trip to the hospital becomes a sort of pleasu...

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Destructive Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Destructive Fire. Shortly before . teu o'clock on , Thursday night the droad alarm " Fire! Firo !" Tras voiced by many persona in Kendall-street, and this was immediately followed by the ringing of Church bells. The glare proceeding from the vicinity of the Centennial Hall enabled those at a distance to readily locate the scene of the Outbreak, consequently in a very short space of time there was a gathering of about 1000 persons in front of McKeown's Buildings, When your representative! arrived on the scene at a very early stage flames were issuing from the rear of Mrs. Connor's oyster saloon, and as this place and Mr. MoKeown'a office adjoining wero composed of weather ? boards of a highly inflammable nature 1 the structuro was speedily cnvelopod I.in flames, and without a vestige of hope of either it or the contents being saved. Somo time elapsed be fore the Firo Brigade fire fighting appliances were brought into play, and in the meantime the flames fanned by a slight easterly br...

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Telegraphic. Sydney, Friday. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Telegraphic. ! Sydney, Friday. PRODUCE MARKET. Whoat dull 3/5 to 3/5J j Chaff, whoaton' 1/10 to 4/7. FIliE ! A fire broke onl at J. Parry & Co's con diment factory, Waterloo, this morning. The cause of tho outbreak was duo to some spirits coming - into contact with flames. The fire was soon extinguished. An employee named Eva Hilstoa was badly burned, and had to be removed to the Hospital. KNOCKED OFF THE TRAM. Donald Stewart, a graeier Irsm Wyalong wa« knocked off a tram in Oxford Street l»»t night. H« wos seriously Injured. Mr. Stewart died to-day from injuries received'by keiog pushed off a tram. WHEAT BAG5. Th« MinlsUr for Cu«t«m« told a depu tion to-day that he would issue a pro clamation totally prohibiting the use of 2001b cereal sacks. All this season's wheat hss therefore to be placed in smaller bag*. The Minister said he would look into the question of [irehibiting the import of cereals in bag* over 2(J01 ba weight. The Chapman Act applies only to empty bags. S. AF...

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"The Australian Journal." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

" The Australian Journal." In tho February" number of 11 The Australian Journal" appear the opening chapters of a very promising and stirring novel, entitled "Fate and the Financier," It is written by Ohas. J. King, to whom readers have been before introduced, | .Also thore are somo excellent short stories, figuring among which aro con- 1 tributions by Tillie Gerson, M. Forrest, Lewis Hardward, and a wieraly inter esting sketch by Broda Reynolds. In J addition, there is the Detective's Album, fashions and information for womenfolk, Children's Page and other items. An j I excellent number. |

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Orange Visited. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Visited. In response to an invitation from Mr. P. S. Garling, who represented Mr. Shakespeare, secretary to the Country I Fresd Association, before the'Printers' Wages Board in the West, the pro 1 prietor of this journal visited Orange to ' attend a sitting of the board in that town, on Saturday, 22nd ultimo. At the conference which took place at the Boyal Hotel at 10 a.m. the pressman in attendance were Messrs.: G. H. Varley ! t "Clarence and Riohmond Examiner," ' , James Ryan " Lithgow Mercury," P. S. ? Qarling " Orange' Leader;" Thompson " Western Advocate," Giles " Western Champion," J. C. Ryall " Cowra Free j Press," who also represented B. P. I Todhunter " Cowra Guardian." The papers at Molong, Forbes, Condobolin, Peak Hill, Canowindra, Carcoar, and > Blayney were unrepresented. i Mr. Garling, who had only returned with the board that morning from r Dubbo, expressed disappointment at so little interest being takan by country pressmen in the board's proceedings. Only a few t...

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A Rich Man's Advice to his Son. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

A Rich Man's Advice to his Son. Don't pay 2s 6d when la 9d will buy it. Don't wait to save a pound at a time save the shilling. G. Bollinger & Co oash traders fnext door to Cropleys boot store) Cowra can help you to carry out tins advice. Boys Ja^k Tar or failor Straw hats at Is 9d each, suits at 3s 3d and 3s Gd-under the old style we sot specialise in mons and boys clothing, that's why our goods-are right-»t the right prices. The valae wo give spoaks to you from the window-our plain flgnre prices. This is where the City Post Card Depot Branch has been opened.* 5s 6d and 6s 6d for these

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE j MAGNIFICENT PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL ESTATE i IN HIGHLY FAVORED DISTRICT- r Goldsbrongh, Morfc & Company, Limited, Sydney i In conjunction with Messrs. Zeltler & Hoyle, Sydney , HAVE received instructions from the Trustees of the late WILLIAM MONTAGU EOTHERY and of the late ST. GKOBOB FBBDBBIO ROTHERY, to offer by Public Auction at the EOYAL EXCHANGE, BRIDGESTREET, SYDNEY, on the iftM Way ©ff Febmajey, J&JI! 3 I3 ? ivr. THAT MAGNIFICENT AND WELL KNOWN ESTATE, - "CLIEFDEN; ' SITUATION-The homestead ia within 4 miles, and the boundary about i mile (com WAUGOOLA RAILWAY SIDING on the Blayney-Harden line, 20 miles from Cowra, and 15 miles from Carcoar. The country comprised in this Estate consists of gently undulating box forest country, and rich deep river flats of the very best description of lucerne land. The greater part of the back conntiy is high-class agricultural soil, and the balance sound And fattening sheep country, suit...

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Delphin Water Filters. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Delphin Water Filters. i. Good wholesome drinking water is one of the moafc important things for t the preservation of good hoalth. All ] larger communities pay due regard to this principle of hygiene by securing a supply of good drinking water, often j | from a great distance. Where the con- | , struction of water works is not possible, or where the condition's of the soil gen erally exclude the chance of procuring pure drinking water, it becomes most j necessary to provide such a supply by I other means. The filtering cell is made | of a recently invented artificial stone, which works exceedingly well, produces an abundance of filtered water, and removes from the water all con^gmiii ! atiug substances. By simply briflgnng I the surface of the filtering stone With a medium hard brush those impuritie^ (ton be easily romoved and the stone re placed. As a special precaution it is advisable to.sterilize the stone once a week by boiling. Repeated bacterio logical examination has shown t...

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Wattamandara. (From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Wattamandara. , I (From our own Correspondent. The fortunates who have finished , catting the product of the year's toil are wending their way eastward to the invigorating air of Tasman Sea. This stream will continue BO till Easter or thereabonts. Shortage of tracks to mop np the local grain is a grievance of more than ordinary proportions vhere just at present. Daring fhe week 22,000 bags were stacked on the landing bank. This stopped carting oper ations for the time being. Up to the present time about 42,000 bags have ebbed to the " big smoke." If nature's mantle is to retain the emerald tint more favors from Jupiter Pluvins are necessary. Locally the ratepayers anticipate much from the change of Councillors, but let us trust that the " much "an ticipated is tempered with a big per centage of reason. On Friday night previous to Shire polling day Messrs. J. O'Neil and Mclnerney gave rather interesting addresses to an appreciative audience of ratepayers. Questions were asked of each...

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Our Tailors. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

Our Tailors. Of course you would like to have an idea how they could make you a suit, well, when you see the smartness of their tailored-ready-to wear cloihingwe have on sale -that'"sit" the coats hare-that perhaps a tailored ready-to wear ooab fits you almost perfectly-you will know then how perfectly "you could be littod by us making for you to the fruction of an inch. We beleive our cutter is second to none in the State. Our money-saving prices by means of cash trading will keep your suit bill down. Should any inaccuracy ever occur m measuring anoiker suit will be made. The most fashionable materials always available. G. Bollinger and Co., Cowra (next door to Cropley's boot score) where the City lJ03t Card Depot branch has been established.*

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Correspondence. TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911

. =============== . \ Correspondence. TAXATION WITHOUT REPRE SENTATION. To the Editor. SIB,-A loader in 'the Jast issue of the " Guardian " served to diaw the attention of the Cowra ratepayers to the ludicrous, but at the same time disconcerting, position which they occupy . as a self-governing body. Six aldermen have been declared re turned without the sanction of those whom they are to represent, and shortly a tiio of municipal stop-gaps will be appointed by the' Government upon their recommendation. In short, thb fact is apparent that the ratepayers of Cowra will be subject to taxation by an unrepresentative body, which is not the creation of popular will, but rather the pro duction arising fiom a technical error upon the part of municipal nominees. If a similar system of constructing a State Parliament was adopted the people would rush into open revolt, but, strange to say, it is accepted in civic government almost without comment. -Taxation without repre sentation, combined wi%...

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