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FATTENING LAMBS. SEASONABLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
FATTENING LAMB8. SEASONABLE NOTES. Tho'fiuishing oil of his lambs for ox port is one of the most important items in tho Australian lamb raiser's year. Ho must have his lambs "prime" with out being too heavy, and to ensure this tho feed lie provides for them must bo of the most nutritious kind, and at the same time ho must see to it that they are enabled to make the best use of it. If affected by ticks or lico, they will not thrive, but to rid them of these posts is easy; a bath in Quibell's Liquid Dip (non-poisonous) will cleanso them thoroughly without giving them a cheek in any way-a danger which is always present if tender lambs aro dipped in a poisonous preparation. All iambs intended for export should bo dipped in Quibell'B Liquid when taken from their mothers, and flock mastors would bo astonished at tho improvement made in the ewes them selves if they are given a bath at tho same time,
DEATH. As Set Forward in a Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
DEATH. Sot Forward in a Droam. ')IS"I!K' no longer.- The pulses were still. l/io heart had ceased to beat. Voli tion had not departed, but was powerless ina senses were unusually active, al though eccentrically so-assuming often each other's functions at random? ? llio heanng; although excited in de giee, was not irregular in action-estim ating real sounds with an extravagance of precision, not less than of sensibility, touch had undergone a modification 111010 peculiar. Its impressions were tardily leceived, but pertinaciously retained, and resulted always in tlio highest physical pleasure. Ihus the pressure of your sweet lingers upon my eyelids, at first only re cognised through vision, at length. Jong arter their removal, filled my whoio be lug with a sensuous delight immeasurable. 1 say with a sensuous dolight. All my perceptions were purely sensuous. Of pain there was some little; of plea sure there was much; but of- moral pain or pleasure none at all. Thus your wild sobs float...
WINDSOR CASTLE NURSERY. Schoolroom in Victoria Tower—Well Situated for Light and Air. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
WINDSOR CASTLE NURSERY. (Schoolroom in Victoria Tower-Wo Situated for Light and Air. Tho two suites of rooms at tho top of Victoria Towor, Windsor Castle, aro fit tod up and ready for the children of tho King and Queen. There aro' a school room, dining-room, day and night nur series, rooms for governesses and atten dants, bath-rooms, and kitchen. The former aro beautiful apartments, and are immediately above the rooms of tho King and Queen, Tho children's npartments aro magnificently situated for light- and air, and tlioy command most delightful views. When the sun is shin ing it throws a flood of light:into tho nurseries. %' IJeing at a.considerable altitude, theso children's apartments catch the liealth giving air from Windsor Park, and thero arc no more bountifully stiuated school rooms in tho world.' Everything about them is light and bright. There is noth ing sombro, tho walls being covered with very light, papers. Tho schoolroom is fitted up with littlo tables and chairs, and ...
BURRINJUCK STORAGE RESERVOIR. L. A. B. WADE, M.Inst.C.E., Chief Engineer, Irrigation and Drainage. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
BURRINJUCK STORAGE RESERVOIR. L. A. B. WADE, M.Inst.C.ID., Oliief Engineer, IrrigutlbnandDraiungc. The most suitable site that presented itself for the construction of a regulat ing reservoir on the Murrumbidgee River was at Burrinjuck, at about the confluence of the Cooradlgbee and the Murrumbidgee Rivers. The actual site for the storage wall is in a deep gorge below .the confluence, where; the river channel is confined between two high walls of solid red granite. The bulk of the water is stored over an area of " extensive river fiats, which exist imme diately at the ,1miction of the two rivers. The best of, these flats at the present time are utilised for maize growing. When the storage, is .full to overflow level, they will be covered with a depth of 150 feet of water. The site of the storage reservoir has in the past been known by its local name of "Barren Jack," wliiclr'name ' country, presenting the usual Austra lian aspect of more or less improved . country, patches of virgin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
"THE WALTER BEftTLEY COLLEGE" ELOCUTION AND DRAMATIC ART. 169 Phillip 6t,, SYDNEY. "Under the Patronage of His Bxcellency Lord Chelmsford. Principal ... Mn. WALTER BENTtiEY Associated with ... Mb. DOUGiiAS ANCELON Lady Principal ... Miss BTELLA CHAPMAN. Elocution Taught Thoroughly. Students Trained for tho Stago. WHITE FOB PAETIOULAKS. LADIES k CHILDREN Buffering . . . bom ANY O0MPL.AINT will receive most successful treatment from Mrs. JOYCE, Lady Herbalist, e/o P. PARKBS, (Established 40 T«Rft) 8f Q.V. Markot», G«or*4ft-st,, Sydney. -. Consult «r Write. HULL'S MHGNETIffl CORN Remedy. Prloai Bottles, !/.> Futagi ViMi Mr. FERGDSOHMLL. ""SSL (CiADT ATTHHDANT). ?KIT&lt;»rr and Imborntorri-103a Liverpool mt., BYONHY (batweon Pitt nnd Qoomo Bta.) SUGAR CURED CORNED BEEF. 14/- per 100 lbs. SUTTON FOREST MEAT Co. 761 George StM SYDNEY. . Write for Price List-Post Fre-» nn request. ^ THE CEISKET BOOBS! Secretaries of Country Crioket Clubs, and Oriokatora generally requiring Goodo...
POETIC LOVER. ORDERED TO PAY £150 DAMAGES. "DISORDERED FANCY." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
POETIC LOVER. RED TO PAY £150 DAMAGES. "DISORDERED FANC^." -. . Seldom has an action for breach of promise been burdened with such a por tentous weight of love-lettera as that which ended at Birmingham on Friday with a verdict against the defendant, j Mr Francis Henry Lees, for £150 (said "Lloyd's News" on December 4). | While letters lay in plies in front of the judge o» Thursday, his lordship j asked why he could not have "full j copies of the correspondence." Counsel replied that it would- have filled 2000 ! folios. On Friday the defendant said the lady wrote a letter for every one of his. He liad them all at home. There were hundreds of them. The plaintiff, Miss Alice E. Ross, an attractive blonde of fascinating man ner, is a. year or two younger than Mr Lees, who gave his age as 28. Both be longed to Handsworth. Counsel said the letters were the vaporings of a disordered fancy, and Quoted the following, written from Aberystwith on July 17, 1904:- . "The effect of the bracing at...
Police Court MONDAY. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
Police Court MONDAY. ? (Before the P.M.) . James Wilkin was fined 5s or 40 hours gaol for drunkenness. John Richmond was remanded for 8 days on a charge of stealing one horse the property of John McKay, at "Woodstock. TUESDAY. (Before Messrs. J. T. West and D. Shackel, J's/P.) Robert McCaffrey was fined 10s, in default 3 days gaol for drunkenness. George Grant was fined 40a and 5s expenses, in default 1 month gaol for travelling in a railway carriage with out having previously paid his faro. WEDNESDAY. (Before P.M., Messrs. West and Mille^r J's.P.) U. W. Muggridge was gaanted an auctioneer's license for the district of Young. (Mr. Miller then left the bench). John Joseph Woodbridge was charged with having neglected to obey orders . for the maintenance of his three children, amounting to £3 10s in each case. . Sentenced to be imprisoned until the orders are paid. Defendant asked for a week in which to pay, but the bench refused the application. I.O.N, v. Martin Oridland. Al lowing a ...
"ONE OF HAVELOCK'S SAINTS." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
"ONE OP MVEtOCK'S SAINTS. The death is announced bk the "South London Press" of Mr W. Hitchcock, a member of' the London City Mission staff, who has since 1S74 labored among the porters of the Borough market. Mr Hitchcock, who served through the In dian Mutiny, was known among his military comrades as one of "Ilavelock's Saints." He fought in the relief of Lucknow, Delhi and Cawnpore, and at tended General Havclock oii his death
Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
Land Board. A meeting of ,tlie Local Land Board for the land district of.Cowra was held' in the Court House at Oowra on Thurs day when the following casos were considered : For Confirmation. C.l. 09-6, SOOacs, Henry Trimmer Confirmed ; rent Is 6d per aore O.c.p. 09-6, 8iacs, Albert Elliott Confirmed C.l. 09-5, 241facs, Albert Elliott Confirmed; rent 3d A.c.p. 10-12, 120acs, Charles Brown Confirmed Conversion Homestead Selection. O.c.p. 10-22, 04-5, Alice Watmore Confirmed - I O.c.p. 10-23, 03-2, Duncan Baxter Confirmed O.c.p. 10-24, 99-4, William Alexander I Jolliffe-Confirmed * ! O.c.p. 10-26, 02-2, Carl Edward Brown-Adjourned C.p. 10-27, 02-4, Thomas Hughes Confirmed " - . 1 C.p. 10-28, 02 7, Thomas Hughes Confirmed O.c.p. 10-29, 99-12, Charles Wiliard Confirmed : O.c.p. 10-30, 99-20 und 08 3, John Brown-Confirmed O.c.p. 10-31, 99-13 and 10-2, James Arthur Gavin-Confirmed O.c.p. 10-32, 09-4, Herbert Wallace Campbell-Confirmed O.c.p. 10-37, 99-14, Walter Glifton Gavin-Adjourned O.c...
THE NAPOLEON WEDDING. SOME NOTES FROM PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
THE NAPOLEP WEODINO. SOME NOTES*FROM PARIS. -What some Belgian papers have been saying, about the.pAvent of M. Camille Barrere at Turin a few days before tie Napoleon-Obburg wedding has . annoyance'to Ml 'vBichpn /wrItes tlie .Paris correspondents of Tiuth. ) Department, these&iiapers gave out wisliing'to take front*the;brlHiancy the nuptials,'-despatched M. f Turin to make a -"demonstration ungallantly rob a Princess of the cere: monlal glory to -wbttfti.she 1°°^ 1c°* ward. He exercised a survclilaTice a ^ French Consulate to' which the authorities were not iiiEcnblble. . . Piclhon denies that the Amb:*ss ° e(1 the Quirinal ever went on the .alleged mission. He took the Mont Cems routc for purely personal reasons, and bailed at Turin merely . to break the Journey. There was, in any case, no need for him to exercise "a surveillance French Consulate. The tact and friend liness of the Italian Government and Court to the French Republic renderec them equal to the qtfeasion. It ...
W.D.R.A. RACES. FIRST DAY. PUBLICANS' PURSE, 6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
W.D.It.A. RACES. '? FIRST DAY. PUBLICANS' PURSE, 6 furlongs. Amherst Queen, 6.7 (Higgins) 1 Plaiden, 8.4 (Doyle) ... ... 2 Lord Daniels, 7.0 (Quinn) ... 3 Time, 1.18 OEUGOWEA TRIAL STAKES, 6 furlongs. Strathlee, 7.11 (Fields) ...1 Tinpagee, 8.1 (McHugh) ... 2 Nymba, 8.11 (Willis) ... 3 Time, 1.20 GOOLAGONG HANDICAP, 1 mile. The Vanquisher, 7.5 (Higgins) 1 Plaiden, 8.2 (Doyle) ... ... 2 \ Arice, 7.6 (Johnson)... ... 3 ^ Time, 1.46 WAI/LERAWANG HANDICAP, 6 furlongs. M.K., 8.10 (Lillyman) ... 1 Unda, 7.0 (Doyle) ... ... 2 The Big Fellow, 7.5 (Qainn) 3 Time, 1.20. MUDGEE HANDIBAP, 7 furlongs; Potosi, 8.7 (Johnson) ; ... 1 Lai S., 8.2 (McOomisky) ... 2 Gain, 8.2 (Fields) ... - .... 3 Time, 1.32j. , SECOND DAY. ? BOOKMAKERS' PURSE. 6 furlongs. Plaiden, 8.9 (Doyle) ... ... 1 Lord Daniels, 7.0 (Higgins)... "2 Amherst Queen, 7.11 (Fields) 3 Time, 1.17. BATHURST HANDICAP. 6 furlongs. Nymba, 9-5 (Willis) ... ... 1 Osculor 7.7 (Clancy)... ... 2 Matuka, 7.9£, incl. 2^1bs. over (Lillyman) ... ......
AMERICAN BATTLESHIPS. IN THE THAMES. OFFICERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
AMERICAN BATTLESHIPS. IN THE THAMES. H OFFICERS ENTERTAINED. Eight American battleships, parting company with eight others at the Seni les, the whole forming the most power ful fleet that has ever crossed the At lantic,, has arrived in English waters, (said "Lloyd's News" on November 27). One division' is now-anchored in the Thames off Gravesend, Green hi the, and Northfleet. This great American fleet Is in four divisions. The first, now at _ Portland, consists of the Connecticut (flying the flag of Rear-Admiral Seaton Schroeder, Commander-in-Chief), the Delaware, . Nort h Dagota, and Michigan. The sec ond division, now at Cherbourg, con sists of the Louisiana (tihe flagship of Rear-Admiral C. E. Vreeland), the Kansas, South Carolina, and New Hampshire. Tile third division, which made its way up the Thames on Thursday, is composed of the Minnesota (the flag ship of Rear-Admiral J. B; Murdock), the Vermont, Mississippi, and Idaho The fourth division, whidh has gone to Brest, consists...
Sporting. The Turf. BINALONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
Sporting. " The Turf. BINALONft RACES. The annual meeting of the Biualong Jockey Club was held yesterday. There was a fair attendance. Results :-Open ing Handicap-Silent King, walk over. Hack Race-Wartrack 1. Handicap Hake 1. St. Trella 2. Donation Handi cap High Rock 1, ' Hurry Scurry Maclardy|l, Seaford ?, Lodi 3 Farewell Handicap-Wartrack ' 1, Starfield 2, Argonette 3. * # * Refernug to the breeding of Rjyal Merv, the " Referee " is incorrect in its report of same. Mary Teolt, the' dam of Royal Merv, was bred by Mr. R. Stinson, at Blayney, and was by Beggarman (a son of Wild liagle) from Harpy, by Forest King. * The Iolanthus gelding, Altone, who raced in Orange in 1904 5 in the colors of Mr. J. Boyd, of Gaiowindra, aod was sold to go to Westralia, is likely* to find his way back to Melbourne to race at cm registered meetings, a Melbourne man now posses ing hingj
CHARING CROSS BANK. LIABILITIES ESTIMATED TO BE £3,000,000. ASSETS £380,000. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
[ CHARING CROSS BANK. -LIABILITIES ESTIMATED TO BE £3,000,000. j.- I - >i / ASSETS £380,000. A very despondent view of the affairs of the Charing .Cross Bank was given by Mr E. Leadam Hough, the Senior Official Receiver, at the meeting of cre ditors on Monday (said "Lloyd's News" on November 27). Nearly 18,000 people had applied for admission, and the queue, formed in Newton street,' required many police to regulate it. The King's Hall was crowded to its utmost capacity. On entering, the creditors were handed a statement prepared by the Official Receiver, showing .the following, among other figures:- " The debtor estimated the liabilities entitled to rank for dividend at £2,500,000, but it appeared likely that this figure would be considerably ex ceeded. i The debtor's estimate of the value of the assets was set out in the following terms: Cash at bank and shares and securi ties, £195,000; furniture, motor-cars, office furniture, etc., £9030; freehold and leasehold properties, £2...
A Warning to Milk Carters. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
A Warning to Milk Garters. A yont.li named D. Cook was prbeeeded against ia the Munitions division of the Central Polioo Court recently, by In spector L'oyd of the City Couucil, 011 a charge of having applied to his mouth a utensil which cime in contact with milk oilered for sale. Cook pleaded guilty. Inspector Lloyd stated that on the 2nd insb. the defendant took a sip of milk out of a cun which he used to measure out ; milk to customers. This was a breach of ' the Act. A fine of as was imposed. j LAY AWAKE IN PAIN AND MISERY. Mrs. Annus of Oxide and YVi lfram Sts., Broken Hill, says:-''For four years my life was a misery I Buffered so with indigestion. I would go to bed only lo lie awake in pain and misery, until I was nearly mad. I tried everything but could get no rest or ruliof. Then my sister-in-law, Mis. Bri.wn of Worrnam bool, Vic., told me of the [>reat bent-lit one or her noiglit" ura had received from Chamborl lin's Tablets and induced me lo try them. '11K first few du...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
MY NEW BU3INE33 18 NOW IN FULL SWllSG. THE STOOK. 13 BETTER THAN THE FORMER BESD IN THE DISTRICT. You are invited to come and see how f«r a shilling will roll' in among the ui3gnifioenfc display I have jmt pat in. It will roll further in the 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 bocauie the goods are not in stock NO DISAPPOINTMENT because of smallneaa of variety. NO VEXATION because of heavy prices. . FULL, INOLV3IVE DISPLAY AT 0IT7 0A3H PRIOES THROUGHOUT. COME AND SEE WHAT THE No. 2 STORE OF H1AMS' OF COWRA OAN DO FOR YOU = ; -1 M. Q. HYAMS, Where the Prices are always Lowest. 'JWegggggBS COWRA & WATTAMONDARA. isagssggsw My First Sale Announcement to the Residents of Cowra and District! COMMENCED ON Saturday Next, 21st January, 1911. 1 r - MR. E R. E. ROBINS. HAVING just returned from , Melbourns and Sydnsy Where he secured soma exceptional BARGAINS -include...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
Published WEDNESDAYS & . SATURDAYS. Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium .LACHLANST WISHES to announce that ho has taken over the above old established hotel, which he intends to conduct in an up-to-date manner. Nothing but the Beat Liquors stocked. Good Billiard Table on tko Promises Splendid Stabling Accommodation in charge of careful groom. i 4 Kendall-street, Cowra NOTIFIES that he has taken over tho above'firat-olnsa and most centrally situa ted hotel, and hopes to meet with tho lib eral patronago bestowed upon him in the past. . Tho hotel is up-to-date in every par ticular, and one of the best equippod out side tho metropolis. - BEST SPIRITS STOCKED - SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. Firakolass.Stabling and Attentive Groom. Every oonvenlence neoessary. Jos. Monaghan HAVING embarked in a new line of business, will henceforth be pleased to welcome all his old friends and many new ones-the more the merrier-at the above well known and splendidly equipped hos...
CANADIAN UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
CANADIAN UNITY. The circumstances Uirtt the Quoen's Own nines of Toronto were .the guests ot the Goth Mount Royal Rifles of Montreal on their way to Quebec and England Is. (says the "Free Press") a distinct proof of the progress which we are making.In national unity-to And the leading French-Canadian militia regiment acting as'. ?.(the hosts of the leading militia regiment of Engllsh Bpeaking Canada, ' _ , _ .
SMYTH-PIGOTT. EXTRAORDINARY DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
SSyiYrH-eiGOTT. j EXTRAORDINARY DOfNGS. ?During the last week or two, we have been following out a little further the progress of our friend Smyth-Pigo" (say's "M.A.P."). It is, perhaps, a little singular that the ''Master" should have chosen the ancient cathedral city of Hereford to be the scene of his first pronouncement upon the coming "day of wrath." It "would be unkind to sug gest that he had in his mind a certain weitlltiy and enthusiastic lady with .wliom he has been in correspondence for some time. One likes to see a great man thus taking a common pen In hand to indite epistles to one who is, spiritually speaking, of low estate. "Well, the time came when the prophet ( of reform must emerge from the shelter of his retreat at Spaxton, and his first house of call was that of his fair, but foolish correspondent. ,,i A. STRANGE GATHERING. ' Imagine the lady's drawing-room, of noble proportions, but denuded for the occasion of furniture. At the top o£ the room, whence a view of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
BUZAOOTT'S SPEOIALITIES FOR STATION, FARM & DAIRY, i*K> .I':: ; */.?? ? hi ? ?r ? ?J*. :^T. CYCLOHE STEEL 1UBULAR GATES -Fall in lino withthe METAL AGE. Made entirely of raiM *teel inbins', galvanized wire and malleable fitting F1BB PROOF ANJ) UNBREAKABLE, Will manufacture' any size gate required. ^ Gates made rabbit proof by attaching 3'i x 1J x 17 wire netting - Ash for Catalogue tfo. 70.- ,v . ^ 10x4, co mpiete with fittings, 2216 F.O.B. Sydney. We also manufacture "Cyclone" Steel Galvanized Droppers. These will fit any fcnce-no special spacing required. 42 inch No. 6 g. cost 8/8 per 100-only n. quarter of the cost of heavy iron droppers-so that they may be placed' at much more frequent intervals of spacc, making: a more effective fence. Write for Sacclal Catalogue. 3 The " DIABBLB " Cream' Separator. The Latest and Best Diet Separator made. In this now Boparator, a number of improvements and special feat* I ares have been introduced which are not ttf bo found in any o...