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The Test Match. AUSTRALIA V. SOUTH AFRICA. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

, The Test Match, AUSTRALIA V". SOUTH AFRICA. Melbourne, Tuesday. Followiug are the scores in the above:- - . v AUSTRALIA. First Innings 328 Second Innings. Ivelleway, run out ... .18 Gehrs, cSnooke.'b Faulkner ^ .;. .58 . .Bardsley,.run out ... ... . 15. Cotter, c Peniae, b Vogler ... 0 Armstrong, c .Sherwell, b Vogler 132 Hill st. Sherwell, b Vogler ... 100 Trumper, c Sherwell, b Vogler ... 87 Ransford, b Faulkner ... . ... 95 Hordern, c sub b Schwarz ... ^25 0.irtf>r; o Rnookfl-b Faulkner- ... 2 Whitty not out ... ...A ... 39 Sundries ... ... - . ... 8 Total ... ..." .... ... 578

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Telegraphic. SYDUEY, Tuesday. PRODUCE MARKET. Wheat .sold at 3s 3d to 3s 4d ; cHick at auction 2s 10£d to 3s Id; chaff, oaten, 3s Od to 3s 2d, wheat en, 2a to 2s 4)d. . FIRE 1 ; - The Royal Hotel at Whiteclills, wag completely gutted^ by lice early this - morning. - . The origin of the fire is unknown; The premues are believed DO be unin sured. PRINOE LEOPOLD" ILL. "It-is ascertained that Prince Leopold of Battenberg, -who was immediately re moved to a Private Hospital in Sydney, ? upon his arrival from Auckland, is suffer iug from a<*utie sciatica and throat trouble. BLOCK IN GEORGE STREET. ' Owing to a tram becoming derailed in George-street at 8 o'clock this morning, serions delay was caused. The whole service was disorganised for a considerable time. RELEASE FROM PAIN. : William Parcel)," nged 54, saddler, who has suffered for some years from a com plaint which several doctors were uuable to definitely diagnose, collapsed during a domestic quarrel at his home in Darli...

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Crowther Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Orowther Clearing Sale. Mr. CT. W. Muggridge conducted a highly successful clearing sale at j Crowther on Wednesday last. There was a good attendance of buyers, and ! first-cla39 prices were secured. Two years old draught geldings, rising three brought £34 to £35 103, vrhile draught fillies brought to £40. A number of sheep sold at good prices, and cattle brought full market values, j

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ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT . Very few of our readers are aware of the numerous troubles that arise from the eye. Sensitiveness to light, Insomnia, Headaches, and a feeliuj? as of sand or grit in ihe lids, are all caused from eye strain, With tha aid of properly fitted gla-tses (not nec«5fearily to make you see bettor), these troubles will quickly disap pear. One cannot do better than consult the expert representative of Mil. IS. 'BOSCII, the" well known Eye Specialist of Martin lJlace, Sydne>, who intends visit in-; COWKA regularly, and may be seen at the Iiuperial llotel, on Thursday, ltith February Tbi3 gentleman's skill needs no comment, as lie has made a life long study of the eye, nnd the numerous cures he has ell'ected can' be certified to by numbers ol his grateful clients.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

To he. B^o.nJting "low prico " and : Bargain SpspB " every day .ia ono of tltQ, poorest grades of merchandising. Tou don't expect them to bo true and certainly there's a'bi£ doubt always: lingering , -; ia the back of your brain that because the price, has 'suffered, the quality-bas too. And. mors often than not, you are BIGHT. .HyAMS' .have no bargain-bait to , offer yon except those absolutely "proveable" ones that come our way , once in a while or at Sale time. But what we offer you--what YOU do really want is consistently good value value that is "WORTH WHILE" coming tor value that you know means the bedrock price and honest quality in whatever, you wish to wear or us6. WE AS LOCAL STOREKEEPERS OFFER THIS TO "SOU AS LOCAL RESIDENTS AND WE FEA.R NO INTERFERENCE FROM SYDNEY MAIL ORDER HOUSES OR PRICE CUTTERS, BECAUSE WHEN IT COMES TO CUTTING WE ARE GOOD AT THAT TOO. Come and Save Money on our "Worth While" Values. M. Q. Hyams Where the Prices are always Lowest. COWRA & WAT...

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Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Narrow Escape. On Saturday afternoon while Mrs. Chna. Marshall was attending the library of the School of ArtB, she left b.er pony (a very quiet annimal usually) under the shade of a tree in front of the institution in charge of her son, a lad of about nine years, another child of abont three years being seated in the vehicle. While the lad was absent from his charge for a brief space the pony started off at a fairly brisk pace, and turning from Brisbane-Btreet into Liver pool-street, was evidently proceeding homewards. His flight was, however, intercepted near Mr. Gilcreest's residence before any mischief was done. The little dot was little the worse of her adventure. Needless to add, Mrs. Marshall sustained a severe shock from the fright. That a serious accident, and possibly something worse, was averted was most Providential.

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Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Harvest Festival. Harvest Thanksgiving Services were celebrated at the Methodist (Jhurch on Sunday last. The church was tastefully decorated for the o:ci$ion with the pro ducts of the lield together with a line cllection of fruit. Rev. D. D Hunter occupied the pulpit at both morning and eveuiug services, and delivered two help ful, and appropriate addresses. At the ' morning service the choir sang - the ? anthem "O Taste and See.' The musical portion of tiie ovening service was c arried out without a hitch, the choir opening with '. Where are the Reapers," after which they gave a beautiful rend-ring of "The Lord's Prayer." During the oll'er tory they saog "The Eurth is the l ord's." Appropriate hymns were used througliou; the day, and Mrs. A. i.ane sang very sweetly "Sowing the Seei " An appeal was made for o Thank Oli'ering, to which a very creditable response >vas made, bringing the circuit " up to £i >, with further donations promised.. On Monday evening the goods were disp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

PALING'S RESIDENT TUNER. Mr. G. W. Reynolds WILL attend to all the TUNINGS re quired in this "and adjoining districts. Applications should bs addressed c/o tf. J- NlCHOLLa, Paling's Agent. BELUBULA BUILDING SOCIETY, SUBSCRIBERS and others interested are invited to a PUBLIC MEETING1 to be 'held ia the 'Council Chambers, on SATURDAY, MARCH 4TH Chair to be taken at 8 o'clock. GEO. STUBBS, Hon. Sec. M.Q. McNamara Stock, Station, and Financial Agent.:... PARKES, N.S.W. Also Benalla (Head Office), and Brunches, Victoria. REQUESTS particulars of large and small Properties direct from Ownere. Has buyers for Properties from £25,000 to £100,000 for Subdivisional purposes. Large sums of MONEY TO LEND on New South Wales Freehold Lands at from 4 to 4J% according to margin. Write for all particulars re Loans. Send for my Catalogue of New South Wales Properties which offer a wide choice. Splendid Wheat Lands from £1 10s to £4 par acre. Recent Land Sales, New South Wales-£50,000 Write this Mail M, ...

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From Pupil Teacher to Minister [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

From Pupil Teacher to Minister Mr. G. S. Beeby. Minister for Edu cation, waa entertained at dinner in Sydney on Saturday night, by the Old Boys' Union of the Orown-streot Superior Public School. Replying to the toast of his health, the Minister said that when he was 14 years of age he was a pupil teacher, and Mr. Board the present Union-8ecretary, was head master of the school. Mr Board told him that he was unfitted for the vocation, and advised him to resign. He took this advice, then took to journalism, afterwards became a lawyer, and now was a Minister for Educittion, and the master of the gentleman who was formerly over him. (Laughter and cheers.)

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Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

i Jockey Club. i ? The firefc meeting of the new com mittee took place on Monday evening at Tattewall's (Fo^arty's Royal Hotel) when there were present:-Messrs. J, Chiver3 (President), VV, McLpan, J. M MeUrath, H. W. S&reet, J. Whiteman, A. J.. Murray, C. Marshall, H. J. Brien, R. H. McLean, and Miller (boa. sec) An apology was received for the absence of Air. J. 0 Kyall. Messrs. Ohivers. Fisher, McGrath H Brien and Murray were- "appointed a ground committee, on the motion of Messrs. Whiteman and Murray. Mr. J'. J. Anderson was appointed clerk of the stales, on the motion;, of Messrs. McGrath and Marshal!. Ic was decided that the Secretary en quire about scales and the purchase of same, on the motion of M»ssrs. Phillips and Whiteman. Oa the motion of Messrs. Miller and McGrath, Messrs. Whiteman, brien, and U W. McLean were elected a ground committee for rjee days. . Mr. W. McLean was appointed to the charge ot the Secretary's and com mittee room, on rue motion of Messrs, Mar...

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Postal Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Postal Changes. I ]n connection with'the earlier closing of Post and Telegraph offices through out the Commonwealth, the Sydney postal authorities intimate that on and from the 1st March next, all Post and Telegraph Offices in New South Wales, with the exception of the G.P.O. and Newcastle,. wiU close at 6 pm.' The G.P.O. will remain open continually for telegraph business, as here-to-fore, while the Newcastle office will be kept open until 8 p.m. for ordinary telegraph business only. . At the following offices where it will be necessary for an officer to be in attendance after 0 p.m. for the receipt and transmission of press tele grams, or at 8 p.m. for the purpose of testing or switching lines, telegrams at urgent rates may be handed in for transmission to the - chief offices of the Commonwealth or to any of the offices mentioned hereunder: Albury, Bathurst, Broken Hill, Lis more, and Orange 6 p.m. to midnight. Grafton, 6 p.m. to 10.15 p.m. Nawcastle 6 p.m. to 3 a.m. Tamworth 6 p....

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Cowra P.L.L. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Oowra PJLiL. Tho usual fortnightly meeting of the above wa3 held last Monday evening in Mr. Mitchell's rooms. The steady [increasing membership was considered to be verj eu couraging, find indicative of a satisfactory result when the question of a represen tative for Belubula has to bo again de cided. A. vigorous effort is to bo made on behalf of tho affirmative in tho approach ing referendums. Tho recreation of members at the next meeting is to be pro vided for by a discussion on a motion that the practice of saluting superior officers in tho cadet- foroo is "lotri ;nent-»l to the de velopment of a manly self-rospect in our youths, that it is unnecessary to discipline, and consequently, .should bo abolistiod forthwith.

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Police Court MONDAY. (Before the P.M.) A. Bridge Street Brawl. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Police Court I MONDAY. . ; . (Before the P.M.^ . -A'^ r.Bridge'St^re^PBrawl. Thomas Gooley. Unlawfully assault ing Constable Clarke' whilst in the ex ecution of his duty, . Mr. Montgomerio for defendant. -- Defendant, pleaded not guilty. ' Francis Clarke deposed he was a constable of police stationed at Cowra ; on Saturday last at about 5.40 p.m, he received a complaint from a man named Hill; went to Lamplough's Hotel in company with Hill; as he (witness,) walked in the front door defendant walked out the back door ; said " Hold on. a minute," and . defendant then stopped; walked through the hall and up to defendant; was just in the act of speaking when defendant gavo; him a very severe blow with his fist, cutting | witness' mouth and making. hi3 nose 1 bleed ; closed with defendant, and after a few seconds they fell together ; de fendant was. striking and kicking all the ' timo, repeatedly hitting witness on the face ; two men named Hill and Bennett then caught hold^of- bim- and "h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

W fl Paling1 & Co., Ltd. The business of this well known lirm is so; strong locally that not o<ily is it necessary to have Mr. H.J. Nicbolls a* local agent, but now Mr. G. \V. Keyholds, a gentleman with Euglisli and Australian experience in piauo and organ tuning, has come from Palings to livo in Cowra and work the district as far as Grenfell on the one hand and Carcoar on the other, calling at all intermediate towns. Persons re quiring a tuner should oomuiuuicute willi Mr. Reynolds oare H. J. Nicholls, Palings agent, Cowra. Healthy blood, health skin, healthy ap* petite-the triple result of NEMIA TONIC. SUNDAY, FEB.. 26 0HUBOH OF ENGLAND. Coirra every Sunday ot 8.8 m Holy Oominua'oQ. 11 a m and 7.30 p m. ..(Men's Service 2nd Sunday «t 7.30 p m ) Oonnlry Centres lit Sunday-Neil* 11 a m, Moron gla 3.15 p m, Upper Back Creek 3.(5 p m, 2nd .Sunday- Morongla 11am Holy Com* mn'iion, Holmwood 3.30 p m, Wallaroos 3.15 pm 3rd Sunday-Noila (Mrs Bear's) Ham Morongla 3.15 p ...

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Cowra Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Co\#a Jockey £Iub. j The annual meeting of the above club was held at the Royal' Hotel (Tatteraalls) ? on Friday night, when there were present Messrs Ryall (pro aide nt), : Miller (secretary), Phillips (treas.), ; Stewart, Chivers, Martiu, McGrath, Lowis, Anderson, 0. J. Der win, Street, Shackel, Mcintosh, J. Whiteman, Marshall, ,Curtis, Links, Barns, Todhuater, R. W, McLean, J. Maher, A. J. Murray, and O. Fogarty. The minutes of the lost annual meet ing' were confirmed, on the motion of Messrs Lewis anM Whiteman. Apologies waro tendered for Messrs Dunlop and W. McLean. Folllowing report and balance sheet, having been read by the Secretary, were next submitted to the meeting and received, on the motion of Messrs Martin and Murray : i ANNUAL REPORT OF COWRA !' . . JOCKEY CLUB. For year ending December 31st, 1911. ? Gentlemen.-Tour Committee have to re ! port that the second year of the union with i the Pastoral, Agricultural, and Horticul I tural Association ha3 been a most success ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Published Price 2d. The Best Advertising Medium SATURDAYS. Price , 2d. ti The Beat Advertising Medium WISHES to announce that be Las taken over the above old established hotel, which _ he intends to conduct in an up-to-date manner.' Nothing but the Best Liquors stocked. . Good Billiard Table on the Provisos Sp/eudid Stabling Accommodation in charge of careful groom. {WIS® 4 Willi, Kendall-street, Cowra NOTIFIES that ho haa taken ovor the above first-class and moat centrally situa ted hotel, nnd hopes to meet with tho lib eral patronage bestowed upon him in tho past. . ^ . . The hotel is up-to-date in every par ticular, and one of the best equipped out side tho metropolis. -££ST STISITS STOCKED. SPLENDID ACCOMMODATION. . SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. First-class Stab!in« and Attentive Groom. Every convenience necessary. 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...

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Money in Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Money in Tallow. Jnst think of it Mr. Farmer, you can get 8s for a kerosene tin fall, at the Oowra Soap Works, Brisbane-st. So come along and support local in dustry. Empty tins givon away in any quantity.*

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The [?] Free Press USE 80FT WORDS AND HAHD ARGUMENTS. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1911. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

USB 80FC WORDS AND HAHD ARGUMENTS. WEDNESDAY, FEB. S3,jf) 1911. Local and General, j ! Cheap.Excusion to Melbourne. The Railway Department announces the issue of cheap tickets to Melbourno by train leaving (Jowra at 12 55 a.tn. on Thursday March 9th.

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Obituary. THE LATE MR. HARRY MAWBY. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

Obituary. THE LATE MR. HARRY MAWBY. The many old friends of Mr. Harry   Mawby, who was for a very long period one of our foremost citizens, were shocked to learn on Tuesday morning that he had   passed to the Great Unknown on the pre- ceding night. When retiring to rest at the usual hour he appeared to be in the   enjoyment of his customary health. Mrs.   Mawby when retiring at about 11   o'clock, in consequence of not hearing her husband breathing, placed her hand upon his face and was horrified to find it quite cold. Other members of the family having come to the room in response to Mrs. Mawby's cries it was soon ascertained that the spirit had fled boyond recall, having evidently peacefully taken its light while its tenement of clay slumbered. In the early part of the day the late Mr. Mawby was about the town and called on several of his friends, being then quite cheerful and uncomplaining. The cause of death was he...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911

In Memoriam. IN sad but loving memory of my dear husband and our father, MICHAEL STIN- SON, who departed this life on Feb. 22nd, 1910. We often sit and think of him When we are all alone. For memory is the only friend That grief can call its own. The midnight stars are shining upon a silent grave Where sleeping, without dreaming, Lies one we could not save. Inserted by his loving Wife and family.

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