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City Post Card Depot. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
City Post Card Depot. A branch has been opened at Cowra. .G. Bellinger and Co., (next door to Crop lay's boot store) are the fortunate repres entatives. Stocks are now on sale. As tbe-new creation; in those artistic goods aro put on the market in Sidney they ?will simnltaneously be on sale at the Cowra depot.*
Stock and Station Report. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
Stock and Station Report. Messrs. C. K. Rose & Coy. report having held a successful clearing sole at "Riverslea" Station oil (ho 25th instant, when the stock, plant, and furniture were disposed of. Merino ewes sold to 7s ; mixed 2 tooths at 5s 6d ; merino ewes, aged, at 5s 2d ; Lincoln rams at 31s ; bullocks at £5 ; dry co JVS at £3 5s; milch cows to £5 2s 6d; yearlings to £1 ICh; draught geldings, aged, to £12 ; light horses to £12. The whole of the Station plant and furniture were also cleared at satisfactory figures.
A Good Offer. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
A Good Offer. Our well known local tailor, Mr. S. Berns, make3 a spleudid oft'or iu present issue of a fancy vest to moasuro free with oacli suit of clothes ordered duriug tho next fourteen days. This is au exceptionally liberal offer and should be eagerly availed of by our readers.
Cowra Up to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 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. Tail ti - ed ready to-wear clothes for men a:i'l youthr are now available. G. Jiollin > r and Co., (next door co Cropley's bout stored specialise in these, mens trousers at 10s lid iu their window look liko a25s pair. A suit at ;i8s seems a £'4 10s one. This extraordinary value is the result of cash trading strictly carried out by this firin. The smartness of the goods denote tailoring of no mean order. \Ye are in formed that almost any man or youth can Bteprisjht into a splendid lit. The City Post Card Depot branch is at this store.* A genuine pbsitivo cure for bloodlcSsndss has be ell diotfovet'ed in JN'iiuu To.sic.
THE VINEYARD CALIFORNIAN RAISINS. PICKING AND CURING. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
I THE VINEYARD CALIFOKNIAN UAISINS. PICKING AND CURING. Three'prominent branches of the fruit industry in Caiiforna (states the "Orange Judd Farmer,") stand out be fore all others. These are' .oranges, prunes and raisins. These three are essentially Californian, and upon thein largely has her reputation been built. The output of raisins runs up to 60,000 tons, with a value of £1,200,000. It will, therefore, be understood that anything that affects the raisin crop has u strong influence on the prosperity of tin State. THE CURING PROCESS. The raisin is largely a manufactured article, for which the fresh grape is the raw material, and In the care with which this manufacturing process, tech nically known as curing, is conducted depends the quality of the raisin. The work of curing begins practically in June, although the grapes do not be gin to ripen for a month later, but the drying trays and sweat boxes must be prepared for the harvest, and by Au gust 1 they are piled up in the avenue...
BEEKEEPER. EXTRACTING HONEY. SOME PRACTICAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
EXTRACTING IIOXKY. SOME PRACTICAL, HINTS. The bee-keeping' Industry is receiv ing careful attention in New Zealand. According to in the "Otago Witness," the honey harvest in the Do minion has begun much earlier than usual. He writes:-"Usually wo try to let the holiday season pass before beginning what, is generally a sticky job, but this year wo are compelled to get to work before the holidays. To allow bees to be pinched for room is to Invite swarming, and swarming dur ing the honey flow means less honey and a great deal more work. To a great many young beekeepers the work of extraction may have difficul ties about it that would be easily over come if they only knew the way, and with that idea in mind I am going to give a description in a few words of how extracting is done at Oakleigh I:Apiary.. .I^may^suggcst.-to. some a way-out ot their,"clifBcuIties; '' EXTRACTING PLANT. "Our extracting plant, consists; of a four-framo automatic Roob extractor, an Alexander honey&lt;" s...
Another Old Resident Gone. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
Another Old Resident Gone. After a very lengthy illness arising from a complication of ailments an old resident of the district and a familiar figure in onr community, in &nbsp; the person of Mr. Patrick Burke, ex- pired at his residence, Mulyan Sub- division, yesterday morning at 2 o'clock. The sad avent was not wholly unexpected, as his condition for some days past had been so serious, as to cause the members of his family the greatest anxiety. His association with the district extended over a long range of years, the greater portion of which was passed on his farm amongst the hills overlooking Merriganowry. He was one of the first, if not the very first, selector in that locality, and subsequently proved a fairly successful sheep farmer. A couple &nbsp; of years back the state of his health, which had previously been good, became most unsatisfactory, and later on, when the symptons became more pronounced, he came to reside with his family in Cowra in order to be n...
Death of an Infant. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 4 February 1911
Death of an Infant. The death occurred at West Cowra &nbsp; on January 28th, of Josephine Ita &nbsp; Veronica, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes, from that &nbsp; dreaded infantile complaint, whooping &nbsp; cough. The little one was only six &nbsp; months old, and had been suffering &nbsp; acutely for about eight weeks, every- &nbsp; thing being done that human aid could &nbsp; suggest, but without avail. The &nbsp; funeral took place the following day, Messrs. J. S. Poignand & Co. having &nbsp; &nbsp; charge ot the arrangements. The &nbsp; &nbsp; sympathies of a large circle of friends &nbsp; are with the parents in their bereave- &nbsp; ment. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 February 1911
MY NEW BUSINESS IS NOW IN FULL SWliNCJ. THE STOOK. IS BETTER THAN TFTli FORMER BtiSC IN THE DISTRICT. You are invitei to coma and see how F&lt;r a shilling will roll in among the mignificent duplay I have ju3t put in. It will roll further in the direction of. good value than any shilling in WatUmuad.wa has done up to the present. FARMING' TOOLS & SUPPLIES WILL BE MY STRONG POINT. NO WAITING because the goods are not in stock NO DISAPPOINTMENT because of smallncss of variety. NO VEXATION bcciuso of heavy prices. PULL, INCLUSIVE DISPLAY AT CITY GASH P&IOES THROUGHOUT. COME AND SEE WHAT THE No. 2 STORE OF HYAIMS' OF COWRA CAN DO FOR YOU : : &lt; M. G. H YAMS, Where the Prices are always Lowest. COWRA & WATTAMONDARA. mmmm 1 My First Sale ni ouncement 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 securccl soni3 exceptional BARGAINS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 February 1911
TENDERS TENDERS invited for ALTERATION'? and ADDITIONS to "Wood«ida," Mor-' ongla, for-Hugh S. Cam ro'u.Esq? Plans and specifications'at the Archi tect's office. Tenders close 20th Feb.,1911. U B.- SANDERSON, Kendall-st.j Cowra. WORKMAN'S COMPENSA TION ACT. Daois & Bellamy AGENTS for the Standard Eire Marine, and Accident Insurance Society of New Zealand, Ltd. Copies of the above Act may be perused and full particulars bo obtained' from the . above; Contractors and Station Managers are advised to call for information. Szesstqaker Late of W, T. Waters dh.Oo, Sydney. WISHES to announce that she Has com menced BU3INE33 la COJ711A* and. may be consulted at the establishment-of MR. ROBINS; ; V::" Kendall Street. Fit, Style, and Finish Guaranteed Public Meeting, ALL those interested in a movetnen towards subscribing to a Food for present tation to the widow of the late W. C. BELL, are requested to attend a PUBLIC MEETING with.the above intention at the ollice of W, P. BEAHAN, on S...
Wool Class. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 February 1911
Wool Class. air. Uowfey, who was so successful in liis methods of instruction last year, com menced his second session at the School of Arts on Monday night. . Intending students are requested to submit their names to Mr. Montgomerie without delay, so that as little tirno as possible may elapse before the class is placed on a work ing basis. Mr. Cowley mil not be per mitted by the Department of Technical Instruction to continue his visits unless the prescribed enrolment is maintained. Only two students turned up on Monday night.
Sporting. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 February 1911
Sporting: The. Touristy met .the Railway .team once more at Cowra Park, op ,the. 5th instant ?apd^weim again defeated by ::tha margin "of one run. Shipton fo^.thQ: winners played a practically,.. faultless not ont innings for 45, McCormack(23J being the only other batsman. .to. reach double figures. Worrall'a performance with the ball for the Tourists was rather unique, he having., captured the ten wickets. Tha batsmen to reach ;jdo.u^)le figures on the same side, were Marfjin (13), Phillips (16), Burgess (24 not out,) The most successful Railway trundlers were McCormack. and. Kibble. The scores follow:-.... .J TOURISTS,; W. Ryall I.b.w. b McCormack ... 9 W. Martin b . McCormack ...'.-13' N; Phillips c Leahy b McOormack 16' J:. ByrneB c McGormack b Kibble i. . 8 M.rGoIlings c Leahy b -Kibble -.... 1 J.-D, Robison b Kibble.' 6' N, Ryall stp Shipton b Hollis ... 1 S. Burgess not out .. ... ... 24 J. Plaice c Shipton b McGormack 8 L. Worrall c Shipton b McCormack . 0 E. Ryall b McCorma...
Removal. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 February 1911
Removal. Mr. Beg. Campbell, who has occupied a position at the local branch of the Bank of New South Wales for a number of years, received notice of his promotion to Brewarrina on Saturday last, and left for his new home by tho midnight train on Monday. The same evening he .was the recipient of a handsome dressiug case from tho choir and Rector of St. John's, he having been a prominont menjber of the choir ever since his arrival here. During his stay in our town Mr. Campbell identi fied himself with a large number of musical and social bodies, notably the Philharmonic Society, of which he was hon. trens., and the Bachelor's Ball committee, of which he was one of tho hon. sees, since its inception. We join with Mr. Camp bell's many friends in wishing him evory SHCCOSS.
Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 February 1911
Telegraphic; SYDNEY, Tuesday. PRODUCE' MARKET. ,= Wheat dnll 3/5 to 3/5i; Chaff, -wheatea 2/3 to ,4/-,; oaten 3/8 ; ex Dwyer, Oowra* passed. 3/0. ....... . . > A LUNATIC AX LARGE. .'' ' While, driving along a.lonely, rp^,.^ Gladesvii.e last 'riigfitj Michael-. Hiclteyy a mrast&r taker,-^as biriled tip by' a lnntttfo supposed to have escaped' frbmtlio'asylum. The/.madman -had a-heavy weapon;by which he gave Mr. Hickey a abnnning blow ou the fur.ehead,... .. The horse, which became frightened^ dashed away, leaving the assailant stand ing in the roadway. " ' "The police are still searching for', the madman. Local residents are greacly alarmed: BOTANY FIRE. . Early this morning the Wool Scouring Works and Tannery, owned .by VVliiddon Bros., at Botany, were burnt .oat. The fire is described as a straight-out blaze; The building" and -much 'valuable machinery were destroyed. Three firemen fell., into a large vat of tan solution and were soaked. :i-,:
Can You Tell Good Boots When Yon See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 February 1911
Can Yon Tell Good Boots When Yon See Them ? If you are not a bootmaker you can't. Good boots embody something more ihaa style and finish. It's the material you want, and it mast be made up by good workmanship. All WALKOM BROS' Boots are thoroughly examined by a fircfc class Bootmaker before they are put on our shelves for eale.' We also pay attention to style and comfort. Put quality with price before buying elsewhere.*
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 8 February 1911
CANTERBURY PARK RACES, Flying-HulKixiofc 1, Tarquay 2, Gypsum 3. 4 to X. Maiden-Halline 1, Shocharoo 2, Gyp sum 3. 3 to 1. Stewards-Malie Brook 1, Outbreak[2, Valmia 3. 6 to 4 on. Jumpers-Lemionwood 1, Yellow Astor 2, Emerald Isle 3. 2 to 1. Canterbury- Handicap-Prince Lach 1, Tinsel 2, Brackenburg 3. 6 to 4. Welter-Sweet Adeline 1, Qold-Pan 2, Mundic 3. Evens. Do your duties hang heavily upon you ? NBMIA TONIC makes work a pleasure. Mr. W. M.' Fehon, ex-Railway Com missioner, aged 77 years, died on Saturday. Mr. David Shackel has disposed of the orchard known as "Wigg's" to Mr. Thos. Anthony. The N.S.W. Kugby League, has decided to send a team to England this year. It will leave here eafly in August. The salary of the secretary to 'the Bathurst Hospital has been increased from .£192 10s Od per year to £210. The late rain has extended over the greater part of Australia. Serious floods are reported in. Queensland, communica tion in some parts being interrupted.i Mr. Flint, West Cowra...