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"Hotels Need Not Close." The Last Local Option Bill. HOW IT AFFECTS EXISTING LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
"Hotels Need Not Close." The Last Local Option Bill. HOW IT AFFECTS EXISTING LICENSES. At the last mooting of the Licensed Victuallers' Association in Sydney (says the "Daily Telegraph") consideration was given to a lottor from the association's solicitors (Messrs. Shipway and Berne) stating that in their opinion tliero wero very groat doubts, as to wliotlier hotels with liconses in oxistonco (although or dered to closo) can now bo closed in those electorates wlieroin a reduction vote was recordod by tho local option poll of 1007, and whoroin at tho 1910 local option poll a vote for continuance of all "existing" licenses was recordod. Tho association had obtained the opinions of eminent connsol on tho matter, who stated that in their opinion theso hotels need not closo. Acting ou those opiniuns the committee unanimously dccided on tho suggestion of tho president, Mr. .T. B. Sutton, that tho association should do everything possiblo in tho interests of tho hotolkoopers affected and t...
Off to The Land. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 11 February 1911
^ 1: "... Off to The Land. (Written for the Cowra " Free Press.") I'm tired of the sound of the City street, And the tramp, tramp, tramp of the tiro less feet, And the constant odour of fish and chips, And Dagoes and Chows and Niggers and Ships. I am sick of the rushing motor car, And the gorgeous pub with the gilded bar, And the gramaphones and the picture shows, And the drunken drabs and the bottle-oh's. I am full of the Landlord's call each week, And I squirm when I hear the siren shriek, And I'm weary of trams and ferry-boats,' And the straw-hat Johnnies with split tailed coats. I am done with the awful smolls and sights, And the blasphemy and the neighbour's fights j If you like these things, you can have - my share, For I'm off to the land, and I don't care. J.G.B (7/2/11.) Koorawatha.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
WORKMAN'S GOMPENSA tionjct. Daois & Bellamy AGENTS for the Standard Fire Marine, and Accident Insurance Society of New Zealand, Ltd. Copies of the above Act may be perused $ and full particulars bo obtainod from the above. Contractors and Station Managers ars advised to call for information. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Forthe New Term. THE beginning of another term will ne cpssilate buying soms new BOOKS, We have a comp'ete assortment of ALL SCHOOL REQUISITES Pens, Pencils, Erasers, Crayons, Inks, etc., etc. THE BEST 2d TABLET IN TOWN. These arc little things and don't cost mucb, but you may as well get the best. Mc&BATS'S (Late Marshall's) The Novelty House, Cowra COMING I __COMIN(j ! Centennial Hall, Cowra. THIS WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 & 10. Return Farewell of the Universal Favourites. ANOTHER BRIL NT SUCCESS ANOTHER BRILLIANT 8UOUE S The Play that has roused the Empire. By Special Arrangement^ with J. C. "Williamson, Limited. THE LEONARD WILLEY Dramatic Co...
Opening of the Tennis Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
Opening of the Tennis Courts. The opening ceremony in connection with the above will take place this after noon. A number of ladies have generously consented to provide afternoon tea. All intending members and their friends are cordially invited to attend. Mr. Walter Hogan, manager of Mr W. H. Wordsworth's Goolagong branch, who has been on the sick list for several weeks, is now on the mend, his many friends will be pleased to learn. Mr. R. Ell wood Arey, conductor of St. John's C.E. choir, was personally con gratulated by His Lordship, Dr. Oamidge, upon the excellence of the musical portion of Sunday's harvest festival services. i il Our Sydney correspondent wired us yesterday-Wheat 3/4f, to 3/5 ; chiok at auction 2/6J to 3/1; Chart, wheaten 3/4 to 4/5, oaten 3/4 to 3/8. "All the world seems gay" when you take NEMIA TONIC.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
. IP Kg I MY NEW BUSINESS 13 NOW IN FULL SWI.\Gt.: TFT 13 STOCK. IS BETTER TETA.N THE lADRME.R BEST IN THE DLSTEMOL'. Yo'i are invitel to coma and see how far a shilling will roll ? m among the 111 igiuficent display I have just put in. . It will roll further in the direction of. good value than any shilling in Wattaraoadara 'haa done up to the present. FAMING TOOLS & SUPPLIES WILL BE JIY STRONG POINT. NO WAITING b)C.»uvi tha goods aro not in stock ^ NO' DrSrVPPOIN'T.VIifiN'T bocause of stnallnoss ' oE variety. . NO VEXATION bec.iu.ie of heavy prices. FULL, IS0I.U3I7B DISPLAY AT Oir? CASH P&I0S3 THROUGHOUT. COME AND SEE WHAT TL1E No. 2 STORE OF HYAMS' O IT--COW Li A CAN DO FOR YOU ! . G. H YAM Where the Prices are always Lowest. COWRA & WATTAMONDARA. First Sale Announcement to the Residents of Cowra and District! COMMENCED ON Saturday ' Next, 21st January, 1911. MR. E. R. F" ROBINS, I-IA.YING- just returned from Melbourne and Sydney Where be secured som? exce...
The Late Mr. W. C. Bell. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
' The L^e }Mr. W. C. j Bell. | ' A meetingj'was held on. Saturday ' last at the ofHco of ilr. W. P. Bealian, called for the purpose of initiating sub scriptions to a fund for Mrd. W. G. Bell and family. The following were present-Messrs. L. Mclnnes, H. McKenney, W. Jenkins, R. E. Dock nedorfB, K. McKenzie, R. Carpenter, W. Bill R. Stevenson, W. Houliston, \V. P.^Bcahan, and A. Bncrloy "ifr. W; P. Uoalian was in the chair, and those present were formed into a committee with power to add. Messrs.; W. P. Bealian and L. Mc InneEi were appointed hon. secretaries and Mr. H. McKenney hon. treasurer. Mr. L.'Mclnnes moved and Mr. H. McKenney seconded " That subscrip tion lists be sent to each centre. Carried. The subscription lists are to be sent as folio wsMorongla, Neila, Darby's Palls; ' Grant's Corner, - Woodstock, Wostyille,' ? Binni Creek, Wallaroos, Bangaroo, Lower Back Creek, Upper Back . Creek, Wafctamondara, Koora watha, Cariowindra, Goolagong, Watergumben, aud Cowra. Moved by Mi':...
Co-operative Works. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
Co-operative Works. (CONTRIBUTED.^ The rabbit trappers held a meeting last Saturday to consider a Co-opertive Freezing works scheme, put forward by Mr. Geo. Stubbs. Mr. Con. Danahoy took the chair, and ivas well up to the subject. He gave the men instances of the remarkable success of Co-opera tion on the North Coast. In an able and convincing speech he urged them to combine and owt their own works. He thou called upon Mr. Stubbs to ad dress the meeting. Mr. Stubbs referred to Co-operative schemes in which he had been interested, and instanced a Butter Factory, where he had financed the whola of the money for the dairy farmers, and in a short time the Factory was out of debt, and the producers own ed it. The speaker mentioned a Co operative works in this part of the State, which earned £12,000 profits for the years working, upon a capital of £15,000. The speaker asked into whose pockets would the £12,000 have gone if it had been a proprietary Co. In this case 80 per cent was earned,...
Correspondence A Citizen's Park. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
Correspondence A Citizen's Park. .To .the. Editor- - Sir,-I think the feeling is unani mous in Oowra, that ono of the crying necessities of tho town is a public park for the health and enjoyment of the people. The absence of one in a growing aud prosperous town like this, surrounded by One of tho most maguificient agricultural districts in the State, must surely bo moro the result of apathy than inability, to attain the end desired. A* almost every turn evidonce of architectural activity is apparent in Oowra, laud settlement is rapidly taking placo in its environs, and a distinct movement tor the betterment of the town is at present a reality. Therefore, as a park is more a necessity than an adornment, some concerted action should bo taken without further pro crastination, to establish oho upon a sound aud lasting basis. Tho con tention is often advanced, that a csn trally situated sito does not exist, but this may be tossed aside as a petty quibble, as veiy few towns in N.S.W. can ...
Police Court. MONDAY. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
TiftfT Pj&li® Court, MONDAY. (Before the P.M.) John Iio'nigaa was fined 5s, in default 48 hours gaol for dcunkonnoas; and £5, in default 2 months gaol for behaving in an indecent manner. ,, George Grant.--Travelling in a railway carriage without having first paid ? his fare. Fined 403, in default 1 month in Young gaol, costs 2s 6il. . Same. - Using insulting words to Ronald Jones, in a railway carriage on Feb. 12 th, 1911. Ronald Arthur Jones deposed he was a junior porter employed on the Cowra Railway station ; knew dofondant; saw him in a carriage at the railway station yesterday morning ; spoke to him and asked him for his ticket ; he Baid " I won't give you my ticketasked again and ho did not answer; asked the third time for his ticket and ho did not I answer; he then stood up and said I " You are a smart foolthen j asked again for his tickot and ho made a hit at witness; then got out of the carriage and locked the door and called his senior officer; this was at ton minu...
Goolagong. (From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
.*gjH ^-. . (BTrS^a ottr own Correspondent. On Saturday; evening, February 11th, anentortaitaing :and ^n^^ractive. lecture was delivered to an assembly of.about 3,5 kfacmers,in the lpflal ,hall,; Goolagong, by Mr." Sutton, manager of Cowra Experimental Farm.. The subject -was " Prevention o£ smut in wheat." Tho lecturer lucidly: ex plained the various methods used in preventing smut in wheat, and by lantern ?lides specially prepared showed the results extending over a serios of years. The subject matter was so clearly presented to tihe audience that none could fail 'to understand and benefit thereby, as ..was ."plainl;^manife^'dffby various remarks towards the termination of the lecture. It iainotj»oc(jssary to go into details?.'here5 as f'dofibtless Mr. Sutton. ihas ('already1 visited other parts, or will ;do so in the near futuirb, other'^ise'I w6'tild"have much ^pleasure in giving? extensive notes of ;his -lecture.; - the -"conclusion a hearty! vote of thanks was accorded the lec...
Land Board. February 10th, 1911. Special Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
Land Board. February 10 th, 1911. ? Special Purchase. Sp. Pur; 10-26, Philip Squire. Re commended at per acre. Sp. Pur. 10-76, Charles Langfield. Recommended at £3 10a per acre. Sp. pur. 10-77, William Bruce Lang field. Eecommended at £5 per acre. For Investigation. A.c.p. 10-11 (conversion sp, 1.. 2846) Allan James Bryant and Thomas Bry ant. Eecommended for refusal. Sp.,1. 10-13, llOacs, Charles Willard, senr. Refused. Sp. 1. 10-11, 80acs, George Lockyer. Recommended 80acs for 7 years at £10. O.c.p. 09 9 (conversion sp. 1. 1725) Frances Ambrose Recommenced for refusal. February 11th 1911. For Investigation. R.l. 10-4, 6acs, Michael James O'Reilly. Refused. For Certificate. A.h.s. 05-2, James Henry Gleeson. Certificate to issue. Residence in Adjacent Town. Set, pur. 09-7, William Pearce. Ad journed. Suspension of Residence. O.c.p 03-3, A'la Sarah Goodfellow. Withdrawn.
Shire Council. Cr. Purcell Elected President. ANOTHER POPULAR SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
Cr. Purcell EtectedsBresident. ANOTHER rOPULATl SELECTION. ?-The-; ffi'rst tteetirig-i of the newly con"' stitute'd body" took place on Saturday last' when there were present Crs. Purcell' Rowlands, Thompson, O'Neil, Mclnerneyi and Collins. The Returning Qlficer (Mr. S. Steven son), having tak'n the chair, announced the result of the late election, and then asked for nominations' for the position of President. After ? some little time he announced the receipt of two nominations, both in favor of Crs. Rowlands and Col lins. He therefore declared Or. Purcell duly elected. Cr. Purcell was also appointed to act during the unexpired portion of (he late President's term, viz., until February 28th. Cr. Purcell, on taking the chair, said he had 13 .thank them heartily for conferring such o high honor upon him. He hoped they would have a successful term, and that at the end.of that time they would have.ihe satisfaction of knowing that Shire matters were in a better state than they found them...
The Supple Relief Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
The Supple Relief i Fund. A meeting of those interested in the above took place on Monday evening : Following committee was appointed : -Messrs. P. Boyne (hon. treas.), W. Mulhall,- A. Moriarty (lion, sees.), N. Ryall, J. Martin, T. Davis, 6. Maker, H. Moriarty, O. Henderson, W. Kiddle, and A. Austin. It was decided to canvass the town and district for subscriptions. All arrangements in connection with the social on March 8th were left to the committee. The collectors are as follow :-Cowra, Messrs. W. Kiddle, A. Austin, A; Moriarty, and W. Mulhall ; Woodstock, Mr. G. Jacobs j Goolagong, Mr. D. Mc Guinness.
Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
Amusements. Ori:Wednesday and Thursday nights, in the Centennial Hal],'" the Leonard Willey Dramatic Company will stage two dramas. In its report of "Her Only Sin," the Bathurst "Advo cate" says :-"Miss Irby Marshall as Delia Morley (Joe's wife) acted tho down-trodden wife and devoted mother in a way seldom seen in the country. Miss Marshall has splendid stage deport-' ment, and a voice that carries well and demands spmpathy. Perhaps she was best (if there was any best in her night's work) in the drunkard's home in the first act. Entreaty, coquetry, passion, fear, terror, even madness, are equally at her command, j And the spirit of youth, the seemingly I unstudied grace of nature,. gaiety, and freedom, pervades all her movements. Mr. Leonard Willey, as Joseph Morley tho drunkard, and later as Angus Morley, the son, was a pronounced success. He is physically fit to bo a scluptor's model (no wonder Gabrielle fell, in love with him) and a great emotional act jr. As the 'sot' he was fi...
Church Notices. SUNDAY, FEB. 19. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.— [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
SUNDAY, FEB. 19. OHUROH OF"ENGLAND. Cowra erory Sunday at 8 a m Holy Communion, It a m'and 7.30 p m. (Men's Service 2nd Sunday ut 7.30 p m ) Country Centros l«t Sunday-Neila 11 a ra, Morongh 3.15 p m, Upper Baok Creek 3.15 p in. ; " 2nd Sunday-Morongla ll a m Holy Com munion, HolmwooJ 3.30 p in, Wnllaroo&lt; 3.15 p m . 3rd Sunday-Noila (Mrs Boar's) llnm Morongla 3.16 p m, Lowor B.ick Crcok 3.15 p m. Uppor Back Creek 7 m. 4th Sunday-Hoimwood Ham. Ho!y Communion, Lower Bark Creok 3 15 p m, Wattamondara 3.15 p m, Morongla 7 pm. 5th Sunday-Upper Baok Croek 11 am, Holy Communion Lower Back Creek 3.15 p m, Morondo 3.15 p m. Bennetts Springs aad other Services by orrangem?nt with the Roctor. Rev. A. J. Gardner, R.D. Rev. W. Cirus Caton. Mr. 5\ Hailey Son. Lay Reader, PRESiJY TERIA-N CHURCH. - ? Cowra 11 a.m - Wattamondara 3.30 p.m. Morongla 7.30 p. m Mr. J. M. McDonald. Uanowindra 11 a.tn. Walleroo 3.30 p.m. Cowra 7.39 p.m. Rev. Geo. Cranston. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper' wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2d. Tie Best Advertising Medium. a mini iimn Published WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS. Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medinm.l mi Reid, Smith BL ..'lllillfc ?s; v3S|lfiliiv;: ? - ;"'? Jtt 'S;f£v i *. wssss^ SEE SPECIAL LISTS... Reid,.: Smith & Co., THE ARCADE, COWRA. AVISHES 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 stocked. Good Billiard. Talslo oil tlio Promises Splendid Stabling Accommodation in charge of careful groom. Kendall-street, Cowra NOTIFIES that he has taken over tlio above Brai-class and most centrally situa ted hotel, and hopes to meet with tho lib oral patronage bestowed upon him in (lie past. The hotel is up-to-date in every par ticular,, and one of tho best equipped out Bido the metropolis. - BEST SPIRITS STOCKED - SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. Firat-class Stablin^-and Attentive Groom. E...
The Cowra Free Dress USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 1911. Shire Engineer's Report. FEBRUARY 11th, 1911. Proposed work at Goolagong. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 15 February 1911
USB SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 11, 1911. Shire Engineer's Re= port. FEBRUARY 11th, 1911. Proposed work at Goolagong. % Upon again impacting the site I find that the work asked for is between 25 or 26. miles from Cowra and 31 and 32 imiles from Forbes, and is within the rftfaugoola Shire boundary. I .prpp£«> calling:for tend^t^ " . JProposed by Crs^' O'iffeil and Mclnerney :aad curried "That bunders be called for the work." Morongla Crook Koads. Daring the past month my attention has been directed to two bad gnllios on a road leading from tho Morongla road to tlie railway siding at Noonbinnia. In my opinion something should be done here by cutting down tho approaches and pitching tho bottom of tho. depres sions. This work 1ms often been re forred, but no instruction has so far been givon to have it carried out. I'roposed by Crs. Mcluerncy und O'Neil aijtd carried "That teuders be called for the work." Tho wheat traffic has cut. up tho Morongla-Oowra road in thr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
BUZACOTT'S SFEOIALiriSS.'FOR STATION, FARM & DAIRY, THE ALL-CONQUERING TUBULAR SEPARATOR On hot or cold milk, fresh or stale milk, cow's milk, goat's milk, rich milk or poor milk tho TUDULAK will skim so as to leave lint one-half the fat in tlio skim milk tbatany other machine in existence v/ill leave under tlio same conditions. If tho other machine skims to twodmndredths, the Tubulin* will skim to oue* hundredths. The Tubular will give moro butter from the saino inilk than any other machino, and pay not Jess thau ten per cent, interest yearly on the first cost of tho Separator. Dairy Farmers without Tubulara ore .wasting* their time. There ia positively no other Separator in & 'the same clnsa as the Tubular. These arc strong* claims, you may think thcin exaggerated. They, however, underestimate the case. If you have an old Separator and want a Tubular, write for particulars of our exchange proposition. THE':JERSEY'' ^ELKER A machine which milks and STRIPS the cow. A...
A "MISERY STATISTIC." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
1-> A "MISERY STATISTIC." The Munich Statistical Offieo lias just published (middle of August, 1910) the re sults of their investigation dealing with tho housing question in Munich. 1904 1907. The figures, which are based upon strict official investigation, disclose a pic ture of human misery which can hardly be excelled, l'ho onJy bright spots aro tlio drainage and tho water-supply ol Munich, and even theso leave something to bo desired. Tho report points out that the great- evil in Munich is the peculiarly largo number of so-calied divided dwell ings ; that is^ dwellings that were origin ally meant' tor one family, yud are now sub-divided by tho landlord. The official report says: "It cannot bo too strongly pointed out what tho rosttl^of this con dition is, let alono that the common use of a landingand lavatory brings tho in habitants ot a single dwelling into too close touch with each other, tho lilies aro obliterated which make u dwelling what it should be, namely, a homo in ...