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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

RESGH'S BREWERY, Dowling Street, Redfern, Sydney XXX Ales. Draught Ales. Lager Pilsener Dinner Ale Obtainable in Bottles from ?a all Hotels ? .. Light English Bottled' Ale. Bitter Ale - - Select Stock Ale Stout - - - »i - Bulk and Bottled. RESCH'S ALESi BEERS AND STOUT are made from the choicest Malt and Hops without a particle of preservative. RESCH'S BREWS STAND EASILY FIRST. 'wjOGHREPj CURE3 HAVE YOU INDIGESTION ? HAVE YOU SICK HEADACHES? 9 To avoid Indigestion. This distressing disorder is caused by a poorly-working stomach, which fs In need of a Jittlc help and a tonic. No matter how bad it may be# a dose of BEECH AM'S PILLS will speedily give relief. Take BEECHAM'S PILLS according to directions and the trouble will disappear. To cure Sick Headaches. Sick Headaches mean an overtaxed stonach and a derangement of the digestive organ*, BEECHAM'S PILLS have proved themselves a boon for the curc and prevention of those depressing symptoms. A dose will remove the Immediate cause and ...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVICTING THE CITY PIGEONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

EVICTIXG Til 13 CITY PIGEONS; The London Corporation is now, a London paper says, for the first time witfhin living memory, cleansing the outside of the Mansion House, at a cost of £400. The numerous pigeons which have lived under the portico for years past will be dislodged, for wire netting' lias been put up to prevent their return. They are now taking refuge in the nooks and crevices of a neighboring bank. The State apartmcn's of ihu Mansion House, Including the Long Parlor, which lias not been redecorated for 20 years, are being ' repaired and '-1 cleaned at a cost of over £1000.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

YOU A1E COINS TO SYDNEY. In that cAso be euro to CONSOLE MR. GEO. GUNTER, METAPHYSICIAN, etc., 231 Elizabeth-street, Sydney. Referred to in the Sydney Proas as: " A WONDERFUL HAM IN SYDNEY." whose cures of ASTHMA. CATABBH, HEAD NOISBS. PEAPNESS. DRINK HABIT, BHBU> MATI8M*. INTERNAL TBOUBIiKS (without .p«r«tl6os). NEBVBTand SKIN DISEASES. and *11 HUMAN AILMENTS have bun tb» t»Ii* *i tfca City." This "Wohdarful Mnn,"tairlal your hand, illflnoita your troubli without asking you a Single question. ' <»n just «» guraly Cure V«b. Miss M. VAN BRAKKEL, Ladies Hairdresser. Hainvorker &6lrfn Specialist * New Address 5 Victoria Arcade <Opp. Hotel Australia). Castlereagh St., SYDNEY, Just returned from London & Paris. After a complete study of hair methods, with the most modem appliances for scientifically treating the hair and shin Can now ofP.r /for the first time in Sydney Nestle's Permanent Hair Waving, a new and p.orfectly harmless species for perma...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Mails. Alteration in Closing Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Our Mails, Alteration in Closing Times. I I Following table of the altered Mail ser vice will bo found useful to business ! people: TRAIN MAILS. I t? or Sydney, Batlmrst, Blayney, Carcoar, Garland, Forbes, Holmwood, Lynd hurst, Mandurama, Woodstock, West ville, Waugoola and T.P.O West close daily, Sunday oxeopted, ordinary mail at 5.50 p.m. Registered mail closes 5.20 p.m. Lato foe let tors 0.5 p.m. Lato too lottors can be posted in Kailway Brakevan up to 6.40 p.m. For Koorawatha, Wattamondara, T.P.O South, Young, Hiu'dcn, Qoulburn and Molboumo closo at 2.55 p.m. daily, Sunday oxcoptod. For Young, T.P.O South and Melbourno also Koorawatha, Gnonothorpe and Grenfell at 8 p.m. daily, Saturday ex cepted. For Canowindra and Goolagong, Sunday, Tuosday and Thursday at 8 p.m. COACII MAILS. For Canowindra, Bumbaldry, Gronfoll, Caniinbla,rForbes and Goolagong close at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For Burrowa, Godfroy's Crook, Morongla Creek close at 7 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesda...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOTHER OF A QUEEN. QUEEN EMMA VISITS ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

MOTHER 6f A QUEEN. QUEEN EMMA VISITS 'ENGLAND. I hear that the Duchess of Albany; is, expecting a visit shortly from her sister, the Queen Mother of the Neth erlands. . Queen "'Wilhelmina's mother : Is - a cheery,- kindly-faced woman In her early 'fifties, very like the Duchess- of Albany. Her simple, goodness and unaffected manner have made her ex tremely popular with the. Dutch, and_ this in spite of the fact that she had a great deal of prejudice to overcome when' she first left her German home for Holland. . . Widowed in 1890, when her daugh ter was; ten years old, Queen Emma's chief function in life was to prepare tlic. future ,Queen of .the Netherlands for; her! high position,: and-, this, It is 'adrhittbd on all sides, she lias done thoroughly well. A , curious Incident is narrated in connection with her marriage In 1879 to old ICIng 'Wilhelm of Holland. The King had proposed to her very beau tiful sister, Princess Pauline, who re jected-him because of his age. "I would never...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEHMET V. A POPULAR SULTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

MEHMET V. A POPULAR SULTAN. Adrianople, wlhtch for nearly a cen tury was the capital of the Ottoman Empire, has not had a Sultan in its midst for more than fifty years (writes the Adrianople correspondent of the "Westminster Gazette.") Abdul Med jid, father of the present ruler, visited the capital of his forefathers. Mehmet V. has just spent a week here. And what a week it lias been! Everything was cleared up as far as possible. Houses and shops that had been innocent of any repairs since the time of Abdul Medjid at least, were re paired, or made to look new by a coat of paint. The city hall was cleared of all its furnishings, was painted and prepared for his Majesty's abode, to which end silks and satins and plush in all sorts of bad taste were shipped from Constantinople, and mirrors and chandelicrs were installed. The gTeat round base of the Fire Tower received Its first serious atten tion since being constructed some nine hundred years ago. The coat of plaster, which now makes ...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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DIVORCE CASES. WHY THEY SHOULD BE REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

DIVORCE CASEb. <S WHY THEY SHOULD BE RSPORT. Mr H. E. Fenn, the senior reporter In the Divorce Division of the Supreme Court In London, writes as follow# to "M.A.P." on the necessity of reporting divorce cases: "With regard to the Divorce Commis sion, evidence has been taken cm the question of the publication of reports of matrimonial causes, and naturally opinions are very much divided - as. to this vexed question. Some very slngu lar testimony has been given by pro- . minent journalists representing sevoral of the most Important newspapers. "Some of the suggestions made t.o meet what in some quarters Is regarded as a difficulty are ludicrous and Im practicable, such as "licensed report ers," a veto on publication of details, and a judicial censorship over a Press, which should have unrestrained liberty of reporting everything that happens in a Court of Law. "Any limitation of the publication will Interfere with the' ends of justice, be cause publicity is part and parcel...

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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COSTLY AVIATION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

COSTLY AVIATION MKETIXGS. Whatever form aerial competitions may take in the future, It is obvious (says the "Royal Automobile Club Jour nal") that If they are to be flnanc'aliy successful the expense of organisation must be' enormously reduced.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cowra. Eyesight. ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

* Cq^ra5. Eyfesi'gftt. .ERNESTiBOSPH-S VISIT y Veryfew'of our readers ate aware of the numerous troubles t.bat arise, frpm the eye. Sensitivehesa tonight," Insopnia, Headaclies^ and a," feeling'as of sand or grit in the lids, .are, all caused from eye strain, With the aid rof properly fitted;-, glasses (not necessarily to make you see better), .these troubles Will-quickly disap pear. One cannot do better than consult the expert representative 6f MR. E. BOSCII, the well kaowu .Eye. Specialist ^of Martin Place, Sydney who intends visit ing CO WRA. regularly, sand may be seen at the lmperial Hotel, {oil Thursday, 16th February " This gentleinin's skill needs no comment, as he has made a life long study of the eye, nnd the nuinerous cures he has effected cattr~'be certified' to by numbers of his gratefolrell.erit3T T ,v

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A Handsome Crop Returned. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

. A Handsome Crop Returned Mrv. G. ? Wi Rowlands, of/'-"Hiltonj'-'..-] Mandurania, has just completed his-.I harvest - for v. a very y.tiiag '.return.';. Mri'-f RoVviands Jiad 22 Acres under V'S^der^iy ; tio^/, wfiejit;, which gave ? him-; 2Z\5' >,bags',!, ?'^n-average'of 37Jj:\Ktohels to, tiie"a'oro; lot off :6ia'&res nlapfbd^wiijh '^Glov.elaii'i" wheat gave a^ffPiirtr oE/- 72{; "tjagstioi:- 86 Ijiisholsfito ,,{&& vaoca; Mr."' Rowffitifis'alisfd out 10, kcres'ef "Cleveland" whiqh<returried acre.

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Crowned With Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Crowned With Honor. The " Alfa-Laval " oroam separators have a wonderfully successful career of 25 years and one more first prize was recently addod to the many thousands of prizes which havo been awarded to those famous cream separators through out the world. This last prize was awarded to the " Alfa-Lavalseparator at the Royal Society Show at; Liverpool, England. Beforo awarding this coveted distinction, a detailed examination of the machine was made by the judges, including two engineering experts thoroughly compotont to jucgo the de sign and construction of the macliino, its durability and freedom from risk of damago ; and the " Alfa-Laval " was tested at.work, the soparated milk being analysed by Dr. Yoelcker, tho Society's Chemist, in ordor to ascertain whether thc< machine extracted tho groatost amount of butter fat possiblo, sinco upon this dopends tho economical work ing of tho separator and the amount of proiit which tho farmor will obtain by its use. No othor p...

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Some High Priced Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Some High Priced Cattle. . At the Flemington sales - on Monday, 13th insh., amongst other high priced cattle 27 bullocks were sold on. account Mr. George William's, "Tyreell," Morale,, which made up to £10 15s per head and averaged £10 4s fpr the draft. They were sold by, Messrs. Badgery Brothers of 14 Caatlereagh street, Syd ney; who also'sold 1>C* steers 'on aoccunt White Bi;os,, Jldinglassie, Muswellbrook to £8 10s atid^averagmg £8 7s.

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Visiting Optician. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Visiting;, b^ticiativ' M ssr's." Angus arid Coote of.492 George Street, tfydriey, annoueoe; their intention* to send their touring Optician to Cowrj,. at an-.early date,-when he may be"<dori-'\ suited on all Kye defects, Headaches, etc at Link's Imperial-Hotel;'Safferjsj&icom eye troubles should watch :for-exact date, of visit, or appointments may le ma'le by addressing to ANGUS & COOTE, .492 George Streea, Sydney. .

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Money in Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Money in T^Uow. Jnsfc.tlimk op ifc Mr. Farmer, you can get 8s for a kerosene tin full, at the OtJwra Soap Works, Brisbaiip-st. So come along and. support local in-; dustry. Em^fcy'tins- givou away in any quantity.*" .? V

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Cowra—Crookwell Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Oowra-Crookwell Railway. At Grabben Gulleu on Thursday, Mr. Neil so 11, Minister for Lands, re plying to a deputation from tlio newly formed branch in that quarter of tho Crookwell-Oowra Railway League, said he was of the opinion. that the time had arrived when such important linos as tho Crookwell Oowra connection should be' con structed, and he would do his best., with his colleaguo (Mr. . Griffith). Ho thought the lino should be de viated fui'thor south, so as to ? 'serve the very fertile land in the Grabben Gulleu district, which was equal to any in the State. Another depu tation from Kialla with regard to an alteration at the Crookwell eiid, so as to leave Crookwell on tho south side instead of the north, received a sym pathetic reply. Mr. Neilson is evid ently on the job. More power to him !

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Wellington Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Wellington Horse Sale.' A big mob of heavy draughts arrived by train this week at Wellington direct from a big Queensland breeder, making a total of over 600 horses paddoeked in the district awaiting the big sale com mencing on'the 22nd instant and con .tinuiug until the 25th February. The auctioneers, Bedford, Taylor and Wes ton Ltd., advise that other big mobs' are due this week by road and rail and over 1,000 head will be yarded comprising a very choice lot of horses. This firm have been conducting these sales for a number of years and visiting buyers have always expressed thomselves ; as well pleased with the manner in which those auctioneers conduct their sales. Evtry attention is given to visitors in; handling horses purchased and a supply of trucks have been se cured to load for any destination re quired, immediately aftor the sale.

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Federal Land Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Federal Land Tax. Landowners ?who are in a quandary regarding the preparation of their returns should at otiee procure a copy of a little work entitled " The Federal Land Tax Review," which can be obtained at all ' booksellers for ono shilling. Messrs. 'Frank Hayes and Co., Melbourne and Sydney are the publishers, and Messrs. Edwards, Dunlop aad Co., Ltd., Sydney,-are the sole wholesale agferits." The booklet contains a mass of infor mation that should be invaluable to those who are liable to have their properties taxed.

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Cookery Classes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Cookery Classes. Ladies.who are desirous' of receiving \ instruction in cdokery at th6 hands pf ? an expert should endeavour to avail themselves of the services of Miss Hat field. The fees' are merely nominal. A well equipped room at the Superior Public School now rned by the pupils will also be available for an adult night class. Those desirous of enrolment, should attach their namt>8 to the applica tion form now in the possession of Mr. Montgomerie, or intimate their wishes in that respect to any member of the Committee, We iiope to see the class a very groat success.

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Wheat Growing. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

Wheat Growing. Mr. Freudenstein, of Iandra, who has done 60 muchj and supplied so many objrct lessons in Iho way of agriculture, taking a foremost part in bringing this district prominently into notice, has boen experimenting with quite a number of varieties of wheat, devoting ten acres to to each of the ten kinds, which were sown in May, harvesting 25bus. 311bs. per acre, Results are aa under : VARIETY. Tarragon Plover... Sussex Federation' John Brown Cleveland Rymor Jumbuck Jonathan Bobs ... YIELD PER ACHE, 31 bush. 441b, 30 29 28 2T 23 23 22 18 20 48 " 31 " 18 " 50 " 34 " 30 " -Grenfell !l Record."

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Wattamandara. (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911

\ Wattamandara. (From our own Correspondent). On Wednesday, 15th instant, a benefit ball to Master H. Walton eventuated in Hyams* Federal Hall, Wattamandara, under the pleasantest auspices possible. Considering the affair was only mooted 10 days or so previous to eventuation the promoters deserve great praise for their success ful, financial, and social achievement. The night wasjan ideal one for dancing, and representatives were present from all parts of the district. The executive committee consisted of Messrs F. Byrnes (hon. sec.), S. Cooper (hon. treas.), A. E. Nicholson, W. Wan en, H. Willis, and J. Hyams. The following ladies were a tour of strength to the committee in the night's programme: - Mesdames G Bassett, N Byrne, H Cooper, S Cooper, D Croke, and the Misses Nicholsen (2), Bassett and Dowd The catering which was carried out by- the com mittee at a trifling cost was ft special feature of the night and drew favorable comments from all. Mesdames H. Cooper, D. Croke, N. Byr...

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