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Morongla (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
Morongla (From our own Correspondent.) I A meeting of ladies was held last Saturday afternoon when the various stall holders were appointed for the sale of work to be held in June in connection with the Ohurch of England. Afterwards a number of the ladies decorated the Church for the Harvest Thanksgiving Service on Sunday. Owing to the unavoidable absence of Archdeacou Howell, the Rev. Oarus Caton officiated at the service. The ordinary monthly meeting of the local branch of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association was held on Saturday night. There was a good attendance of members. The scale of wages for farm hands as proposed by the ft.W.TJ. waR dealt with, con sequently it was a late hour before the meeting terminated. Mr. Fowler's new store ia com pleted, and he is moving his stock in this week. It is much larger than the old shop and more roomy; During the past week there has been several nice Bhowers of rain. These are very welcome as they ho'p to keep the air cool. So tar this m...
Our Mails. Alteration in Closing Times. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
Our Mails. I .- t Alteration in Closing Times. Following table of the altored Mail ser vice will bo found useful to business people: TIIAIN MAILS. For Sydney, Batliurst, Blayney, Carcoar, Garland, Forbes, Holmwood, Lynd hurst, Mandurama, Woodstock, Wost ville, Waugoola and T.P.O West close daily, Sunday excepted, ordinary mail at 5.50 p.m. Registered mail closes 5.20 p.m. Late fee letters 6.6 p.m. Late fee letters can be posted in Railway Brakavan up to 6.40 p.m. For Koorawatlia, Wattamondara, T.P.O South, Young, Harden, Goulburn and Melbourne close at 2.65 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted. For Young, T.P.O South and Melbourne also Koorawatha, Gicenothorpe and Grenfoll at 8 p.m. daily, Saturday ex cepted. Tor Canowindra and Goolagong, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p.m. COACH MAILS. For Canowindm, Bumbaldry, Grenfoll, Cnnimbla,'Forbes and Goolagong close at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For Burrowa, Godfrey's Creek, Morongla Creek CIOBO at 7 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays ...
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
Federal Correspond dence. Mr. T. Brown, M.P., furnishes the following Departmental . correspon dence. POST OFFICE BUILDING AT KOORA WATHA.-Sir,-With reference to tho communication presented by you at this office, from Mr. S. J. Quigley, hon, sec. Progress Committeo, Koora watlia, relative to tho erectioo of a Post Office at that place, I have to intimate that the Works Director for New South Wales advises that tho State Works Department, under date of 17th January, reports that tenders for tho work will be invited in about three weeks time. Yours faithfully, A. J. Arndell, Acting Deputy Post master General, Sydney. GRENFELL DISTRICT MAIL SERVICE.-. Sir,-With reference to tho letter dated the 22nd November last, pre sented by you, from P. Mycharane, Grenfell, requesting that tho mail service from Grenfell along the Eauldrie road past Louisville to Hil ton's, thence to D. H. Godson's, Arm strong Bros., and Clarke's, returning by Holy Camp Road, be increased from twice to three times a...
Walli. (From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
Walli. (Prom our own Correspondent. J On Friday, 10th instant, Mr. G. L,'" Sutton, "Wheat Experimentalist of Cowra Experimental Farm, lectured in the local hail to the members of Walli Agricultural Bureau and a number of visitors, including many ladies. , The subject of Mr. Sutton's lecture was " The treatment of seed wheat to prevent smut. Mi. 0. T. Allen occupied the chair and suitably introduced the "speaker. Mr. Sutton on rising was warmly ap plauded. He said he was much sur prised to see so many present-espec ially such a number of ladies. Tn consequence of the inclement weather he expected to meet only a few, but the damp weather had not damped their en thusiasm; He found he could always interest farmers, but he had some doubt as to whether his leoture would prove interesting to the ladies. He hoped it would. The lecturer then informed the audience that " smut" was a fungus disease of various grains, and samples of wheat covere i with smut spores were handed round for inspecti...
Orange Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
Orange Annual Races. This-popular fixture takes place on February 28th and March 1st. The prize money amounts to £460, the principal races being the Newmarket Aaudicap £50, Town Plate £75, and the Orange Cup of £100. Nomin ations for ttieso events are to bo in the hands of the Secretary on or before (to-day) Saturday, February 18th, at 9 p.m. Full particulars, and pocket programmes can be obtained from the popular secretary, (Mr. W. Lamrock) who reports the course and appointments in good order.
A Bad Taste in the Mouth. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
A Bad Taste in the Mouth. It is anything but ploasaut to awako with a bad taste in- the mouth. This al ways arises from a disordered stomaok, and may bo corrected by taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets immediately after supper. They cleanse nnd invigorate the stomach, improve the digestion and givo one a relish'for his food. They are easy to tuke and pleasant in effect.
No P P. Rate for 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
. No P P. Rate for 1911. A meeting of tho moinbors of the Forbes Pastures Protection Board was hold at fcho Shiro Ohambora on Friday, whon thoro woro prosont M essrs, Wallaco Hunter (chairman,), J. D. Low, R. E. Rawlins, C. B. Humtroy and A. H. Grimm. Tho Chairman's roporb on tho (inancos cf tho Banrd was read, which showed that at tho beginning of this year tho crodit balanco in hand was £12!K> 4s 5d, whilu a sum of £105 was oxpeotod from fines and other sources during tho yoar. As tho estimated expenditure for .1911 was sot down at about £1300, tho report pro posed that no rate bo struck this yoar. Tho roport was received and adopted and tho hopo was expressod that in con sequonco of this decision landholders would mako a special effort to oradicato noxious animals on thoir holdings during tho yoar.-Forbes "Times." NEHIA TONIC restores tho bloom of health in .exchange for pale bleached looks.
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them ? If you are not a bootmaker you can't. Good boots embody something more ihan style aud iinish. , It's the material yon want, aud it must be made up by good workmanship. All WALICOM BROS' Boots are thoroughly examined by a first class Bootmaker before they are put. on. our shelves for eale. Wo also pay attention to style, and comfort. Put quality with price before buying elsewhere.* NEMI.V TONIC euros that dull throbbing liondacho and dragging pain in tlio sido.
DIPPED VERSUS UNDIPPED LAM[?] ON RAPE. Significant Figures. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
DIPPED VERSUS UNDIPPED LAMb8 ON RAPE. Significant Figures. Au experiment conducted by Mr. M. A. McLeod, Manager of the North British and ilawke'i; Hay I'roczing Com pany's i'uketapu Station, Now Zealand, proved that lambs dipped in Quibell'u noil-poisonous Liquid Dip put oil three pouuds moro weight in one mouth than others from the same Hock which wore undipped. The experiment was made with largo lines, both lots being equal to Btart with. Aviation is at present a flue-weather science, ami Nature holds out doggedly against the puny assaults of man, "Daily Expr-CBB."
A TRAMP'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
A TRAMP'S MISTAKE. It was in tho gloaming, and Weary Walker laid down his bundle by tho roadside, and sighed a sigh of relief, for thoro, not ono hundred yards in front ol liim was a haven of refuge-a. barn. Ho covered tho next hundred yards in next to no time. Up to tho door wont Walker as quietly as ho could-for ho had a groat dread ol' dogs-and ho gin gerly opened it. Seeing that tile coast was clear, he crept in. it was tho work of a minute to got 011 top of a staok of hay and remove his scanty clothing, which he hung 011 a beam in tho roof ot tho barn. lie was soon asleep, wrapped in his solitary sheet, and awoke nest morning to iind himself on the sumo road, but going in tho opposite direction as that which he had traversed the day be fore, and I10 was still on tho load ol hay ; but lio was now about five miles from tlio barn wliovo his clothes were hung oil tho beam. In his hurry the night before, no had not noticcd that the liay was on u lorry. Whilst walking back to the baJ...
Church Notices. SUNDAY, FEB. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
SUNDAY, FEB. 19. OHUROH/O.F ENGLAND. Cowra [faery Sunday, at 8. a tn Holj Communion, Il'.n m and 7.30'p m. (Men'e Sorvico 2ad.'Sunday at 7.30 p m ) Connlry. Ooa tteS."' Xflfc Sunday-Neil* II a m,' Morongla 3.15 p m, UpperBaek Creek 3.15 p mi'. 2nd ffu'naiiy-Morongla 11 a ra Holy Com munion, Holmwood 3.30. p.m, Wallaroob 3.15 p m" " 3rd Sunday-NeUa.(MrB Bear's). II a m MoronRla 3:16 .p m, tower Back Creek 3.15 p m. Uppor Back Creeli 7 m. -. . ' 4th Sunday-Holmwood 11 a m. Ho'y Communion, Lowor Back Creok 3 15 p m, Wattamondara 3.15 p m, Morongla-7 p m. 5th 8unday-Upper Back Croek 11 am" Holy Communion Lower Back Crook 3.15 p m, Morongla 3.15 p m. iBennettB Springs and other Services by arrangement with the Restor. ; , Rev. A. J. Gardner, R.Di Rev. W. Carus Gaton. Mr,..F. Haile/ Hon. Lay Reader. PRESBYTERIA'N CHURCH.- . Cowra 11 a.m. Wa'laraondara 3.30 p.m; . . . . Morongla 7.30 p.m. ......... ' Ml McDonaldt Oariowindra ll:a]m.- * ; \Valleroo 3.30 p.Tn. -.VV ^ Cowra" 7-30 p,in;&am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
Hard coughs are bad enough, to. be sure. But it's often the lit tle, hacking, tickling, persistent cough that means the most, especially when there is a his tory of weak lungs in the family. What should be done? Ask your doctor. He knows. Ask him1 abotit the formula on the label of every bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Ask him if this med icine has his full approval for : throat and lung troubles. Then do as he says. l ; "'s Prepared by Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co,, Lowell, Mai«.,U, 5,'Ai C. B. SANDERSON, ARCHITECT, Late of ButUr & Bradsliaw, Architects Melbourne. COWRA. May bo consulted at the (JENTENNIHIj T^aiili S.W. +^_j7rchitect r I3IE& ? G. B. Douglas MacdonaldV . Hon. Ophthalmic Surgqon to.. "Orango District Hospital.1 ,, M A. Y.be.consulted at Orange or Biitliui'st Orange-First ancl Third Monday to Saturday of every month, BathuVst-Second and Fourth Monday to Saturday o£ ovory month. Kite-st., Orange. 'Phono 88 Miss Ethel Wyndham, Teacher of Pianoforte &...
The Cowra Free Dress USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1911. Local and General. A Reminder. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
038 80FT W0RD3 AND HARD ARGUMENTS. I _-. .; . - SATURDAY, FEB. IS, 1911. L,6cal and General. A Reminder. . Messrs. Angus and Coote, of 492 George-st.,. Sydney, the- well-known and leading Sight Specialist's repre sentative may bo consulted. On all Eye defects, headaches, etc., On Fri day, 17th March, at tho Imperial Hotel, Cowra from S a.m. to 6 p.m. Sight testing free. All work guaran teed one year.
WE ALL DO. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
WE ALL DO. Do you suffer from "cltisfc throat?" And, if not, do you know what it is? Thousands of people aro perplexing them selves to-day as to why tlicy aro suffering from sore throat. . . Said a celebrated' physician recently: "Tens uf thousands liavo it at tho pro sent momient. It arises from tho con tinued sunshine and tlio lack of rain. I urn finding vicitims everywhere. Tho signs aro a soreness in the throat and an irritating little cough. Tho 'dust throat' comes 011 iii tho spring and autumn. Tho cause is that the loads, which all tho ivin . tor have been moro or less dampj aro now drying, and the dust, often invisible, but laden with microbes, is permeating tho air. Ijiquorico is tho best thing to removo ; tho soreness and tho cough." Tlioro was a vacancy in a country par ish church, and tho managers, in tho old fashioned \yay, drew up a short- list of candidates, the chosen ones to preach boforo the congregation. Ono youthful aspirant preached what lie considered an oxcell...
A SEA STORY. The Cat, the Joker, and the Bucket of Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
The Cat, the Joker, and the Bucket of Water. , . A-story, is told of a brigantine which numbered several extremely'superstitious men among her crew. : ' One night, when there was'rio moon and &lt; a slight ground-swell ^as: Tunning, the watch,"who happened to' bo the most superstitious of them all, heard an juh-j earthly wailing coming; apparently from.; the very surface of :-tJie sea. The mate and the helmsman also heard it, but the' former lacked oimagination, and although lie was certainly; interested," lie nearly blew the watch's-head off when ho ventured to suggest mermaids. The helmsman did not feel quite happy, but- . ho had to stick to the wheel. The watch was palo with, terror, but lie kept silence owing to the mate's complimentary re ferences to his courage and abilities. Slowly the sound began to move along the ship's side, becoming Jnore and more agonised as it approached. This annoyed tho mato, and, going to the side of the vessel, lie waited till ho had located...
HEALTH. SUNSHINE, AND SHOW. Special Tour to Mount Kosciusko. Through Summer Snow-drifts. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
HEALTH. SUNSHINE, AND Special Tour .to Mount Kosciusko. Through Summer Snow-drifts. RAPIDLY spreading its fame as ah ideal, summer resort , is Mount Kosciusko, on the Australian Alps, in southern; New . South Wales. 'It is c'the highest 'point in the continent, riiid the oldest land surface on the globe. Residents of Victoria and this State .are, offered a magnificent opportunity of doing a.cheap summer trip to Kos ciusko,- by a speeittlly-planned round tour, which-, takes in also the world fanied Yarraiigobilly Oaves and some of the most picturesque country in New South sWales.* 'This tour, whicli will begin at Melbourne oil Thursday, Hitli February, and extends over ten days, has been specially arranged by the New South Wales Government ' Tourist Bureau, and will be under the personal supervision of one of its officials: Resi- ' deuts of this State may join the tour by leaving Sydney on the lGtli instant. Experience has proved these tours to be a triumph ' in organisation," the mi...
WITH THE "HUMPTY. HERDS." Camels, Not Horses, Made Travel Possible in Arabia. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
WITH THE "HUMPTY. HERDS." Camels, Not Horses, Made Travol Possible in Arabia. In Arabia, travel Is only possible by ?means of camels. The prancing Arabian^ steed is a myth to the traveller in the peninsula. I never saw a. horse worth looking at in tlioso desert regions; indeed I cannot see how horses could be bred to perfection in such a herb less land. Without- the camel life would bo im possible. The "huinpty herds" are solo product of tho desert, and 011 them one must wander from well to well if one de termines to brave this most inhospitablo and dangerous of journeys. Camels form tho chief concern of the Arab's existence. They supply him with all his wants, tents, food, clothing, and transport, henco tho breeds are well solectecf, and pedigrees carefully kept. Tho tribe I was with owned iinmonso herds of camels, chiefly of highly-bred dromedaries, capable of great endurance, and of goinp without water for long per iods, but thoy also had a. few heavily built- baggage camels. The...
ROBERT RAIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
ROBERT RAIKES. Reference1 to the good work done in the world by printers, apart from their trade, is not infrequent nowadays in the Press. iMost of us never hear of these worthies until mention is made of their good deeds or attention drawn to the beneficial ef fects their work has had on tile world. This will bo sufficient exctiso for men tioning the praiseworthy efforts ot an old-time printer who 1ms left an indelible mark. indeed, his good work is im measurable in more ways than one. As a printer and the founder of Sunday schools, Robert ltaikes, who was born at Gloucester in 1736, and died in 1811, deserves especial commendation. As a printer he wis noted for good work. He was n second Howard, becoming interest ed in prisoners and helping them with pen, influence and money. Noting the deplorable condition of the children of his native town, ho started a Sunday-school to teach them religion and morality. His was a Sunday-school, because on that . day ho could reach hotter tlio ch...
ONE CONUNDRUM WITH TWO ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
ONE CONUNDRUM WITH TWO ANSWERS. "Miss Qracie," lie said, with nil en gaging smile, "did you over try. your hand at ono of those progressive conun drums P" , ."What is a progressive conundrum, Mr. Spooinilot?" inquired tJio young lady. "Haven't you heard of them Y Horo is ono:-'Why is a ball of worsted like tho letter "t"V Because a ball of worsted is circular, a circular is a sheet, a sheet is flat, a flat is five guineas a month, fire guineas a month is -dear, a deer is swift, a swift is a swallow, a swallow is a taste, a taste is an indication, an indication is an angle, an angle is a point, a point is an object aimed at, an object aimed as is a target, a target is a mark, a mark is uu impression, an impression is a stamp, a stamp is a thing stuck on, a thing stuck on is a young mail in love, and a young man in love is liko tho letter "fc," be cause he stands before "u," Miss Gracie." "I don't think you have tho answer quit© right," said tho young lady. "A ball of worsted is round...
PROVOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 18 February 1911
PROVOCATION. Tlio Pucklk'bury Polico Court was crowded to suffocation... Stales* tho gro cer, and beet nature*.!, most generous, kind-hearted man in tho iviioJo town, was "up" for assault. Surely there must be somo mistake! The J.P. leaned over towards tho de fendant. "You a.ro accused." he thundered, "of wilfully striking ana causing serious bod ily injury to Jlr. Brown, cinematograph operator I "What luive you to say in your defence P"_ Stall's drew hii'nseli'up proudly. "Tlio niaii iiusulted me, your honour," ho replied. "How? In what way f" pressed the magistrate. Stalea blushed furiously. "If you please, your honour,'- cried tho angry grocer, "lie had tho impudonco tx> come into my shop and ask if ho could take a moving picture of my cheese 1" Discharged. l'Yeo and fair discussion will ever be found the firmest friend of truth.