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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
METHODIST CHURCH. A watch-night scrvice was con ducted on Saturday evening, the Rev. D. D. Hunter being the preacher. On Sunday morning and evening Rev. D. D. Hunter..was the preacher. The Rev. Leonard K. Mills, of Newington College, will conduct morning service in the Methodist Church on Sunday, also the afternoon and evening service at'the Woodstock church, The Rev. D. D.^ Hunter will con duct the evening . service at Cowra, taking as his subject " The hand of God in the rise and progress of the Methodist Church." Mr. Hunter announced this some weeks ago but. owing to an unfortunate death he wai unable to proceed. Now that the Xmas and New Tear services are over the above topic is announced for Sunday evening next. The Wagga Wagga "Advertiser" will henceforth b^e issued as a daily. The first issue under the new order of things came out this week. The-Wasrga "Advertiser" is a capitally printed and well written journal, and we congratulate the propriet ors and staff on the new move....
THE MOVING PICTURE. A RIVAL TO THE "PENNY DREADFUL." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
THE MOVING PICTURE, A RIVAL TO THE "PENNY DREADFUL." ' ? - ' . The popularity of. the cinematograph theatre in this country was largely due to the. high tone of the pictures, which up till recently have not been spoilt by the introduction of the vulgar or the ob scene film. But lately many of the pictures are on the side of distorted realism, and films depicting the war antics of hide ously painted Wild Indians,, who scalp numerous victims with complete disre gard for the harrowed feelings of the audience, or the sensational' misdoings of impossible villains in dramas of a very lurid description are not likely lo further the popularity of the moving picture. A STRONG INDICTMENT. In this direction a correspondent . has eallcd our attention (aays " M.A.F.") to the baneful effect that such imagin ative pictures are liable to exercise on the impressionable minds of the young. The peril of the "Penny Dreadful" has for years occupied the minds of those .who are concerned with the moral we...
DECAY OF THE PRISON. SOMETHING OF THE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
DECAY OF THE PRISON. S OMETHING OF THE SYSTEM. Since the Devil accompanied Coleridge to Pentonville to see the new prison 't built on Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon , system, curiosity and interest in prison j systems have grown beyond the circles of philosophers and poets. Coleridge shuddered and passed on; but the shud dering, emotional stage worked off, and people took courage to facc the secrets of the prison house. As a result of reforms we can now take up sucli a volume of prison reports as that for 1909-10 without being overwhelmed -by a sense of helplessness and hopeless ness. Indeed we may have now another emotion. The chaplain at Dartmoor sug gests that the increase of recidivism, the constant return of' prisoners to ; their old prison haunts, may be due to the strides that have been made in the more humane 'treatment of prisoners and to the shortening of sentences. In the competition between the Home Of fice and the Local Government Board for ameliorating the lot of their pr...
CONQUEST OF THE AIR. COLONEL CAPPER'S OPTIMISM. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
CONQUEST O*1 THE AIR. COLONEL CAPPER'S OPTIMISM. . I Colonel J. E. Capper, C.B., chief of I the Army Aeronautical Department, gave an illustrated lecture on "Airships a^id Aeroplanes" under the auspices of I the Women's Aerial League at Farnham Corn Exchange, last night (says the "Daily Telegraph" of October 5). He said the apathy of English people to the whole subject of conquest of the air nvas extraordinary. He did not tlhink they realised in the least what It meant to a nation, particularly to them. He and others who had always taken an interest in the subject, and had the foresight to see what was coming, were laughed and scoffed at, and toid that tlhey were fools. Now the- beginning of the , conquest had come. It was .only the beginning, and was absolutely nothing to what was bound to come in the near future. The Continent and America were pushing ahead because they knew what- it migfht mean to them. For the last seven years it had been his special duty to study the subject fr...
POOR MAN'S DOCTOR DEAD IN A WOOD. HEALING WITHOUT PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
POOR MAN'S DOCTOR '? v DEAD ,'IN A. WOOD. HEALING WITHOUT PROFIT. A story'of infinite pathos Is revealed by the discovery in a wood, at Sandy, Bedfordshire, of the body of Dr. Walter Strover, of Hoxton, who Jiad been "mis sins since September 21 (says "Lloyd's' News" of October 18). Dr. Strover, who was-fifty-six years of age, was a Guy's"" man. For more than twenty years, he' had labored in one of the poorest districts of London, living over his surgery at Mintern House, at the corner of Mintern-street and New North-road. ? -Years ,ago he held the office of medical officer of health for .Chingford, but the claims of the poor led to the abandonment of this office. For some time the doctor's income had been on the decline, although he was- beloved by. all with whom he came in contact.. Times out of num ber he had to forego his fees on ac count of the poverty of his patients. But even the knowledge that his ser vices-would go unrewarded did not pre vent Dr. Strover from continuing to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Misses Meers and Edds, MILLINERS DESIRE, tointimate to the ladies of Cowra, and district that they liavo just opened their establishment in the Premises recently occupied by Mr. J. Bond, and solicit a share of their patronage. Wo are now showing a fino selection of Goods suitable for holiday attire. Look Out for Our Xmas Show! Note the Address MISSES MEERS & EDDS, Milliners, Kendall-street, Cowra. Miss Benton Qressnjaker j Late of W. T. Waters cfc Co, Sydney, I WISHES to announce that she has com- j rnencetl BUSINESS in COiVRA, -and may be consulted at the establishment of I MR. UOBIN8, Kendall Street. i Fit, Style, and Finish Guaranteed DON'T FORGET THAT THE RAILWAY HOTEL AT KOORAWATHA is under New Management WALLTGUISE, late of Auckland, N.Z.) Peopbietor. 'Nuffsed. Cowra P., A., & H. Association. TO FARMERS AT ROYAL SYDNEY SHOW FOR 1011 Liberal Pi izes are given in the Wheat Classes r COWRA = Should be Represented ! All arrangements as to Grading of Wheat, forwardi...
Some Narrow Escapes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Some Narrow Escapes. I Whilst tho thunderstorm was at its height on Friday last a vory vivid Hash of lightning struck the earth on part of Mr. Squire's ifarra property. The grass . immediately burst into (limes, and if it ! had not beon for the prompt action of ? Messrs. Hay and Stanley Squire and a'I number of omployoes and Mr. E. S. Pwigg and his noblo band of workers serious consequences may have resulted. The flames : woro speedily got undor control, but notmntil some fivo acres of grass liad been destroyod. During the ? same storm Mr. Dave Whittakor also liad a narrow oscape, ps.rtof the harvestor which ho was working, being struck and twisted. Mr. W. O'Noil likewise hadta ? closo call, atroesomo fow yards distant, being struok and splinterod like match j wood. In town '.a vory vivid flash L struck a tree at the rear of Mr. Squire's ? reidenco. i
Increased Profits of the Dairy Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Increased Profits of the Dairy Farm. Tho advantage of tlio "L.1C.G." milking lUachino over tho baud system is exactly, what; anyone acquainted with any kind -of maohmery would expect. With tho'. same, number of workers, hs can do from two to three times as mnch work and can thoro .fore roduco working expenses or bolter still inbroaso hi3 herd, .Every dairy tanner should possess ah " L-K-Cr " milk ing machino beiausb it will largely iu : croaso his profits. It lias stood a six years successful tes(;6f practical work in hundreds of dairy farms in all parts of tho Commonwealth add it is tho natural .machine and tho only dno that exactly im itates tho calf, having a''combination of pressure and suction while admitting air to tho toats. I'lio cows liko tho milking operation ;'it tends to keep up their milk How rathor than (Mitre cows to go dry. Hand milking is unnatural, whereas tho " Ii-TC-G"? machino .milks just as a calf does. Absolute satisfaction is guaranteed with overy '' L-K-G " ...
King of the Barwons. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
King, of,the Barwons. A very interesting .--'ceremony took, place at llio lirowarrina Aborigaal Miss ion Station recently. Billy M'Caan, aged 70, a full-blooded aborignal, wa3 crowned king of the 13ar\von b acks before an aud ience of about 200 persons, .composed'for/ the most p.irt of aborignals,: with . ilieir .prins and piccaninnies. Immediately after tlie coronation King tiJilly was ".presented' with: -knives, tobanco, and many other articles-dear to the aboriginal. The -uowly-crowned king aftcrwaads took part in the "Old Men's Race," securing a very good second.
Defective Vision [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Defective Vision The representative-of MR. E., BOSGII, ! Li'.S. M.G;,: blie-succnssful Consulting7 Oy , bician"'of .Martin, Place ami Pitt Street, S.yduey,' will again visit ohis district 1 at 'ati o irly date. All atid sundry wh i ^sulTerr with >Headaohe> J nsoinuia;:1 Avorsion' to .LightyvJilyos Failing Sight' of any kiud should call aud have their.oyes examined ;aud glasses made to-order by this reliable optician., Mr. I>03ch's work is well'aiid favourably known throughout the district, and the reliability of his i work can.bo ;tostilied to by- hisuuinero;i3 i aud grateful clieuts. j
Local and General. Cowra Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
I Local and General. Oowra Tennis Club. The members ot the above club are ' to. be congratulated upon-'.'having, com-' , pleted a numbor of new courts upon their recently acquired grounds ' within the racecourse enclosure. | Matches with the clubs of other towns i should be capable of boing conducted j under the most- favourable conditions, ! hence should be of more frequent oc- j currenco than heretofore.
The Referenda. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
The Referenda. Electors should see that their names are on'the roll .of tho Oalaro division,with out further.delayotherwise they'may.fi nil thorriselvos dobarrod. from - voting upon oria.of the most important questions that has as yet boon submitted to "them by the Commonwealth Parliamout. Lists are'on view afc-all: post : offices; ? -
[?] Sunday Trading. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Sunday Trading. fccd that, as tha result of polled '?lis not la prosecute on tfits part hlit arid soft drinks shops in thii practically every s!iop in Sydney llnhnrbs ImVopened, rtud chat tho wine J>s have fil=o s-'atictl Sunday busing"-., ho\\ a1; practically every other kind of fp that Ins anything 16 sell. Already i .Sonday trrtdinv business has become open Vc'findrtl practically, which the jlice att'hoi itios ara powerless todnpprOSs o6cnft3c I hey all li've of course the fruit ati'l soft drinks in evidence. The, evil has been added to l»v cxeinp'inns to eertiin alleged clubs, and pirtionhrly ilifi 1'rj. fessional Musicians'Clnb, anon residential Instltuibn in a little side street near the II tel Am rrtlla, in Sydney, where tlicy can nowdispnnso liquor all day en Ffnndfty andnp to tho regular hotel el'sin* time.
The Cowra Free Press USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY JAN 7, 1911. Exit 1910, Enter 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
la Utot USE SOFT WOKDS AND nAKD AitduMENTS. SATURI) -IV JAN 7 , .'?? J. Exit 1910, Enter 1911. Tho departure "of tlio old year and the entrance of the new was happily unattended with those, disgraceful orgies to which custom was considered to have given full license in the past. Wt> were thus saved the annoyance arising from discordant voices yelling patriotic and popular choruses to the accompaniment of wheezy concertinas, noisy kerosene tins, bullock bells, and other instruments of torture ; and our business-p.eoplo were spared the ordeal of being levied upon for con tributions in spirits, cake, ctc. Our community furthermore, 'has, under the new order of affairs instituted by the police, not been called upon to witnoss spectacles of debauchery, disgusting depravity, or to 'have their, ears assailed with language of the foulest 'description?. -The senseless practice of removing signboards, gates, and other portable articles,' often a source of very groat; annoy ance and occasio...
New Year's Honors [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
\ New Year's Honors The New Year's honors included the iollowing: K.C.M.G.: Lord. Islinjifcoa (Governor of - New Zealand). .C.M.G., G, EL Knibbs, Commonwealth Sta'tisician; Fredrick Sr. Bailey/ Queensland;; K.B., AV.P.Cullen, Chief Justice 6f New South Wales; J. VV, Uaekebt, M.L.jk West. Australia; Thomas fait, Victoria."
"Conducting a Lottery." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
'Conducting a Lottery^" Jack McKay, the well known showman, who conducts a picture show, was charg ed at the Dubbo police court with conduct ing a lottery. On Monday night, Decem ber!!), he offered a cake as a prize to the person who could guess the time his enter tainment would coin.3 out, and a lady guessed the correct time, viz., two ininute3 pait eleven. The facts- were admitted, but the defendant's solicitor Wncenrted that it war not a lottery within the meaning of the Act. He said it was not mere chance, as a certain olement of skid and judgment w iS necessary to ac curately forenaiit the time tb% entertain ment ended. The P.M found for the defendant. It is understood the Grown will further test the case, the P.M. having [ agreed to state a cuse.
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
Can You Tell Good Bo'ots^Wlieii You .See Them. ? r If you are;- not a bootmaker you-can't. Good boots embody, something,more (ban style and finish. It's the material you want-, and it must be made up by good workmanship. All WALKOM BKOS' Boots are thoroughly examined by.a-lirsb class Bootmaker before they are put on our shelves for sale. We ulso pay attention to style and comfort. Put qualify with price before buying elsewhere.*
TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PIPES. (From "The Roliquary.") [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
' TOBACCO: AND TOBACCO PIPES. (Froijv i'The Rol iqwary) Tlio true and ardent Nicotiiin lias ever adopted a pipe as the most perfect man ner of enjoying- tho' fragrant wood. In ovory clime and country the fumes of to bacco are inhaled through some kind of tube, and ;i collection of the world's pipes would contain more types of peculiarity than there are nation,s or tribes upon the face of the earth. Little more than a century ago a nation's pjpes were, as a rule, made of tho most suitable and avail able material found in their respective countries, and SOUK; peoples of necessity s:i!l adopt what seem to us very curious and strange devices. The natives of the Arctic regions smoke through a walrus tooth; in Assam and Jinrmah bamboo pipes ai'e used ; the tribes of New Guinea contrive sea .shells as bowls for their pipes: the aborigine of New Zealand has an elaborately-carved wooden pipe, em bellished with the typical grotesque fig ures so familiar in their native art; on the Yarlmml Ili...
LIQUOR LAPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 7 January 1911
" LIQUOR LAPPING. A - buck-country representative in tho^;AVestraliau, Parliament dcliv .eied a loughly liumoious speech . on the "Licensing Bill/ cliioiiy ' in reply to 0110 "Walker, a name reminiscent oi something more ardent than milk'and soda, who attributed all the ovilfe to in temperance. 'The, backwoodsman said ho liked a. Jit tie alcohol, and would continue /to do m. (Laughter.), As Mr. "Walker, had said, the' iirilon ol two hundred years ago:\}vas;a-,heavy. drinker^- yet': he r had built-.i'ipvone of itho mostmarvellous , : 'nations known lyi ;the world/v Ii'.tliey..had, builti ii)) the British nation" 011 beer, ho thoughL beer was a'good thing to take. (.Laughter.) Their popular notion of the Uerman was of a.person who sat all day with a juyjn'it lager beer; yet tho nation who were beating all oLhois in the ?\\oilil we 1 o Germans, wno also weie the people who drank the- most beer. ? (Laughter.) Conversely, the nations which wore going back were tlie.-;Tui'ks .and AfglmnSj...