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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

MR. S. A. BASSER-The Eminent Vienna Optioian, may be consulted at the IMPERIAL HOTEL, COWRA, FRIDAY, MARCH. 17th, 9 am. to 6 p.m. CANOWINDRA-MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. ABE YOUR EYES HIGH f ? There are so inau different forms of eye troubles, and so many variations of these dif ferent forms, that you owe it as a duty to yourself 'o take advantage of the very best Optical servioe you cau possibly secure. You now have an excellent opportunity of doing eo, as during his opiniog visit to yoiir tpwn you may CONSULT MR. BASSER The Vienna Optician Free of Charge-; He is rnl!y equipped with all the newest and best of scientific sight testing appliances- including the Cornea Ophthalmiscope, the first in Australia. Spectacles supplied when necessary, in any style of frame, with the highest Vienna graile lenses, specially ground to^suit your sight. Charges are strictly reasonable. Mr. Basser has the highest qualifications, having studied in the best Optical Institutes.of Vie...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Market Report. -* Messrs Winchcombe, Carson, and Co., Ltd., report undor date of 2nd Febru1 ry: At our yesterday's sale the best features of the Jweek were reproduced. Compared with our last nuotion held eight days ago, prices were on an appreciably higher level, competition being exceedingly keen, espec ially for superfine morinos. Taken all raund tho highest of this yeai'e auctions touohed. . The selection included irany attractive clips. a lirge number of favorite N"w Zealand clips being among the offerings. These wools are somewhat shorter in staple than last year, and carry rather more con dition. Many of the southern, wools show excellent quality j but there is a very fair amount of yolk to be taken into considera. lion. Our saloB included:-John and James A, Love Bockham, top price of day l?Jd ; J. B. Sharp Adelong, 13Jd j 0. H. McKenzio Queanbeyan, 13d: H. B. F. Hu.ue Bye Park, 13d ; Joseph Barton Junr. r'rognioro, lljd ; G. W. Bowlonda Junr. Manduramn, 11^; Thomas Rowlands M...

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SAD FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

SAD FAT4L ACCIDENT. On Monday afternoon word reached Burrowa that a youth had been struck a mile or two this side of Frognfore during a severe thunderstorm while sheltering be neath a tree. Unhappily the news turned out to bo too true, Dr. LeFevre, who was quickly summoned, finding life- extinct when he arrived upon the scene. Deceased, who was droving at the time, was orfly 18, and hailed from Tass. Yesterday morning the Coroner, Mr. Jas. Stevenson, J.P., held an inquest at the Frogmore Hoeel, when the following evi dence was given: Constable Begbie deposed to proceeding to the spot where the body lay on ssme leaves, between 5 and 6 p.m. on Monday; and in course of his statement Baid: I ex amined the body and found a dark mark behind the ear and branched, one leading towards the j throat, the other round the neck on to the spine; was shown a tree by deceased's droving mate where deceased had been standing sheltering j the tree was a white gum about 23yds from where the body lay; sa...

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Milking by Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Milking by Machinery. The prejudice which at first oxisted against milking by machinery is rapidly being dispelled and dairymen throughout the stato are now taking a keen interest in machine milking. The reason of this change of opinion is on account of the very satisfactory work performed by the famous " L-K-Cr " milking machines. We are now actually receiving more orders than we can supply promptly. Customers who in a doubtful mind ordorod one " L-K-G-" maehino just to see whother tho machine would bo successful or not, quickly found out that tho uulchino had many advantages ovor hand milking and ordered one or two moro machines, tho saving of timo by machine milkiug is so groat and bosidos it enables tho dairyman to iucroaso his hord and consequently increase his profits. Tho " L-K-Q " milking machine is worthy t:i rank alongside that other world famed machine of the dairy-of courso wo refer to the " Alfa-Laval" cream soparator-and when a dairy farm is equipped with " L-K-G" milk...

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Woodstock. From a correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Woodstock. From, a correspondent. Elaborate arrangements have been made for the holding of a grand All Nations Fair and Industrial Exhibi tion at Woodstock On the 15th, 16th, and 17th of next month in O'Brien's Hall. The secretarial duties have been entrusted to such capable hands as Mrs. W. Blazley, Miss Lin. Hughes, and Mr. E. W. .Otaway. There will be flower, work, produce, lolly and refreshment stalls. A schedule will be published of the various prizes offered in the in dustrial section. In the flower section under the charge of Mrs. R. Alford, Mrs. A. Tucker, and assistants, prizes are offered for cut flowers, pot plants, ferns, etc. Good cooks will have an opportunity of matching their products with the best in the district. Lovers of fancy work can enter the gems stowed away in their " glory" boxes, or those pretties that have delighted the eye ot the lady friends. Girls who are handy with their needles will hove a good opportunity of testing their skill with others. Best of ...

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Morongla (From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Morongla (From our own Correspondent. The Sbire Election was altogether devoid of excitement here, the small ^number of votes polled-25-showing that the apathetic voter was again very muoh in evidence. The defeat of Councillor Smallacombs by such an overwhelming majority came as a great surprise to somo of the residents hore, although others lookod upon it as a foregone conclusion. The infusion of some new blood into the Council m:\y bo productive of good, and your scribo wishes to heartily consjratulato Crs. O'Nuill and Mclnarney on thoir victory. The Farmurs' and Snttlers' Associa« tiou have been agitating for some months to have a now kitchon ori cti-d at the local school residonco, and as a rosult the work is to bo carried out. Mr. Miller of the Works Offico, Coota tnundra, visited tho school last week to see about tho work. Tho buildings aro to be painted and repaired throughout as well. The erection of a kitchen will be a great boon to the teacher and his wife, as tho rough sl...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. A special meeting was held in the after hoon for the purpose of electing a Presi dent for the coming year. Cr. Hume nominated Or. T. Prosser for the position, and there being no further nomination the Ketnrning Grfficer (Mr. Shino) declared that gentleman duly elected. The President briefly returned thanks for the honor, remarking that ho had done his" best in the past, and intended to do that all the time. He congratulated the Council upon the harmonious feeling which prevailed amongst them, and trustod that the same state of things would continue. A vote of thanks was accorded the Re turning Officer for the manner in which he conducted the recent election.

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Murrungal Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Murrungal Shire Council. The monthly tweeting was held on Moo day. PresentCra. T Prossei {in the chair), J7 Prosser, J. Hardiman, C. L. Hume, and D. Neville. CONGRATULATIONS. The chairman obterved that he was glad to see all the o!d members had been re turned, as it showed that the policy of the Council was approved of by the rate-, payers. Thoee who had been re-elected against opposition should feel proud of themselves. The minutes were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Dislrict Surveyor, re application by Mr. W. Connor to purchase road near 1). Burn#', Frogmore.-Left over. Krom ReidV . Flat Progress Committee, asking for continuation of a road and for a flood boat.-(See Works Committee's re port). From T. O'Hehir and M. Sheehan, ap plying for roadworks From S. Oroker, asking permission to fence across street at Rugby.-Wo power to grant permission. From M. Greig, repeating request fjr repairs to creek crossing petitioned for by residents of Mb locality. - The Engineer said a...

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ROYAL MARRIAGE. DISAPPOINTED PRESSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

KOYAIJ MARRIAGE. -DISAPPOINTED PRESSMEN. I Great was the disappointment of a ? I email party of1 French journalists who , had gone all the way to Italy with a view of giving graphic accounts of the nuptials of Prince .Victor Napoleon andh 'Princess Clementine, when they were informed that the ceremony would be- - of a strictly private nature (wired the.f Paris \ correspondent: of the . " Daily . .-Telegraph" :on-'November 16.) By way ? ; of compensation/ however, the Prince was so kind as to receive the "little | band, to which, after having expressed.. regret for ? this disappointment,- he dc I llvered a brief and friendly speech in . explanation of :7iis political position.' Ho. said,according toHhc message forward-; _ed by -the "Matin's" correspondent:- -v , "I still remain a French citizen at : .heart; . ,'Itlseems-to me that I becomc more'and moVe so1 as the years of my . exile roll on: But as Bam, above all, a . "Liberal, and in favor of progress, I only desire my country's we...

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BAGFUL OF GOLD. FOR THE ASKING. JUDGE'S PERPLEXITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

BAGFUL OF GOLD; ~ FOR THE ASKING. JUDGE'S PERPLEXITY. Puzzled, after spending several hour.* on a case, his Honor Judge Willis, at :tha Southwarlc County Court on Tues day, said It was very suspicious, and he was'compelled to hesitate as to one aspect of his decision (said "Lloy.l'a News" on November 27). , Tra'de union funds to the amount of £133 in gold had been withdrawn from the bank by trustees of the Walthain stow branch of the Builders' Laborers' Union, taken home by one of them, and afterwards'given by his little son to a strange man ;i who called and said ha had been told to fetch it. The Union sued three trustees of tha Walthamstow brahch, who appeared to explain why they had not complied with, an order of the court to pay over tha money to the central office of the Union. Police court proceedings had previously been, taken against one of the trustees, but the summons had been withdrawn and the case remitted to this court. Mr H. Hedges, one of the trustees; . stated , that...

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Koorawatha Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Koorawatha Matters. Following were dealt with at the last meeting of the Burrangong Shire Council: From Koorawatha Progress Com mittee* inviting the attention of the Council to the conditions of a portion of the Young-Cowra road.-Received and referred to the engineer. From Koorawatha Progress Associa tion Btating that the trustees chosen to take charge of and maintain the well on Crowther Creek were unwilling to take over same at present, as the work had not been completed to the satisfaction of the Association! The pump was obsolete and practically useless and not suited to the requirements of a public well such as the one in question, which de manded an up-to-date, strong, quick . action pump. This had been amply proved recently when the trustees per sonally visited the.wpll, and working in turn for forty minutes, could only raise 180 gallons of water. Moreover, the local waterman had been forced to go back to the old well at Bang Bang Creek, nearly four miles away, to fill a 200g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

3 Nellie Stewart Gold Bangles : 2 (size of illustration), O " Set., 36/-; 15et., 55/ w - C.' +5 ^ (wax-fllled to prevent denting), f 0) others 21/- to 80/ § V. J. proud, jTrtist Jeweller, pi 187 piit Si. (n*«r King S*-h Sydney. i1?S And Hatton Garden, London iWOLFFS SCHNAPP 1 is Ike Friend offhe Family IT is fhe purest j spirit ? known. Struck by Lightning. .* 3 BiiSKBR . KAiiBi T POISON. F tii .. '....ij'.-.v.-'.- ? ? I? k] We may say. .that we.have tried ^ *j different kinds of-preparcd poisons, £ and /tare as good or better results j/ '] from yours than from, any o'her. £ - 'T.'Pi ~ WILLSALLE.V, jf . Gunnible, Qunneduh. j? yj htliott Bros., Ltd., Syilvei/. -J ^'xjx',x4x',xjx'X^^Si'xjx'*xjxxjv>xjx'vyjx,'xjx\ that in aay undertaking tha probatlo I troubles and difficulties havebeenfore-' seon and provided for. Every, wise , engineer is prepared for a break-down, & he i3 ever ready lor an emergency, 1 ever on tho alert. No matter what-) may go wrong, ho io equal to,the| o...

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Royal Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Royal Agricultural Show Local farmers who have wheat.or any other kind of produce of a high standard are again urged to call upon Mr. J. T. Martin, who will be only too - happy to afford them every information' with' .respect to. entry, receipt of exhibits, and ?o on. CDwra should be able to take the load in wheat production in respect to quality and yield, and it will most .assuredly be the fault of our farmers if ouirdifltrict is permitted to take a back seat in that connection at the coming R. A.. Show, Sydney.

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Signs of Prosperity. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Signs of Prosperity.!' : 'One day last Week nb'leij^hap fifty i new accounts (all in. credit; were opened at one of the local branches of a banking institution. . Jlus Speaks volumes for the financial standing and thrift of our community,

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Cowra-Crookwell Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

I " . Cowra-Crookwell Railway* All who nre inicros'ted in ilha above railway proposal are requested 10 meet at J the School of Arts; on Wednesday, 15th < | ias'tiy. at- 8 ' p in., and not Tuesday night, , | as i roviously announced.;; I

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Horses and Wild Melons. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Horse3 and Wild Melons. Quite a number of. valuable horses have been lost in this district through having eaten wild melon vines. On Friday last two horses belonging to. Mr. O'Connor, of Reedy Cre"ek, Marengo, became ill from this cause. The veter inary surgeon, Mr. J. H. Babington, was at once communicated with and on ? arrival he found them to be in a pre carious condition. One died and the other was with difficulty saved. The vine is full of fibre and is so fine that it forms into wads inside the animals and cannot be removed by medicine.-Young " Witnoss."

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Bathurst Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Bathurst Market Reports f I Messrs. Clements and McCarthy re port under date of 9th instant:-Fat cattle.-Full supply yarded, including, some good quality heavy weights. Best bullocks made from £7 4s-to £8 11'; medium quality to _£7 ; light and in ferior to £6 ; cows, made from £4 10s to £5 10s ; heifers(to £4; vealers to £2 14s. Fat sheep.-Fat ewes to 9s 6d ; lambs to 8s 6d. A draft of forward wethers mado 8s 6d, aud a draft of forward ewes 6s lOd. The market on the whole' for both cattle and sheep was slightly easier.

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Harvest Festival at St. John's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Harvest Festival at St. John's Church. Next Sunday the Lord Bishop of Bathurst will preach at 11 a.mi The Aarchdeacon of Orange will preach afc 7.30 p.m. Rey. W. Carus Caton will preach at the Holmwood Harvest Festival at 3.30 p.m., and will also officiate at Woodstock at the evening service. A golden offering will be asked at. all services to free the parish from debt before Easter. ? *

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Blayney Musical Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

Blayney Musical Competition. Mr, E. Ellwood Aroy, with his usual energy in musical matters, has decided upon taking a choir of twenty voices to Blayney for tlio purpose of competing at the above on April 8th. The choir is boing organised apart from the Philharmonic Society entirely, anil Mr. Aroy informs us that he is desirous of making it a truly roprcsontntivo Cowra choir. Wo hope our friend will succood in jotting a good combination together, and that our representatives will provo worthy of bringing at loast one of the prizes back to Cowra. Next yoar it is intended to promote musical com petitions in Cowra. Mr. 0. I). Edwards, M.H.Ii. for North Syduoy, and who had boon long associated with tho manufacture of jam, and a man named Graham, wore killed at Turnimurni, near Sydney, at noon ou Saturday, through tho explosion of an acotylouu gas goner» ator. "/

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A Sad Case. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911

A Sad Case Some short time back, Mr. Jack Supple had the misfortune to badly in jure one of hia legs. Ho immediately entered the local hospital, and after some weeks stay there he wont on to Sydnoy, whore it was decided to ampu tate-the leg at the knee. This was done one day this week. Mrs. Supple is also in a Sydney Hospital in a very serious state of health Tho saddest part of the case is, however, that while their parents are away a family of four young children, aro left almost totally unpro vided for. This is -a really deserving case, ar^d we think that steps should be immodiatoty taken with' <i view to in augurating a subscription fund. A com mittoa, with Messrs. A. Moriarty and W. Mnlhall, as lion, sees., have docided to conduct a social on Wednesday, March 8th, with a view to raising funds for the purposo referred to. A meeting of those agreeable to assist at t>no social will be held on Monday evoning.

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