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Goolagong. (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 22 February 1911
Goolagong. (From our own Correspondent). Mr. and Mrs. William McGrath, of Newtown, in the vicinity of our town- ship, celebrated their golden wedding on Wednesday, 17th instant, at the local public hall, a very large gathering of friends assembling on the occasion to tender the venerable couple their felici- tations. The function took the form of a really sumptuous repast which had been prepared and provided by the residents of the place. At the appointed hour the aged guests were escorted to the hall by two very old residents and assigned the posts of honour nest the chairman (Mr. Fred. McInness) at the first table, and seated at the same table were three generations of descendants of the very worthy guests. Mr. M. J. Dwyer proposed the health of Mr. and Mrs. McGrath in happy terms. Mr. McGrath, whose rising was the signal for prolonged applause, thanked &nbsp; the company for the heartiness with which they had been honoured, and for the very handsome manner in which they h...
QUEEN AS A WOMAN. PICTURE OF HER DAILY LIFE. HOME IDEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
QUEEN AS A WOMAN. PICTURE OF HER DAILY LIFE. HOME IDEALS. "The'Queen of England" is the title ji of an article in the "North American ' Review," by Sir Clement Kinloch ? Cooke, M.P. From, the time of her Majesty's ' birth until her marriage her life was just that of the fairly well-to-do Eng lish girl; hardly that of the modern English girl, perhaps, but nearer the old-fashioned ideal, the loss of which many parents' deplore. This was her mother's plan: "A child," she said, "has quite enough to do to learn obedience and attend to her lessons and to grow without many parties and late hours which take the freshness of childhood . away and the brightness and beauty from girlhood-and then children be come intolerable. There are too many grown-up children in, the pres ent day." The article tells how the Queen's many high qualities were developed her interest in charity by the fre quent visits made in her mother's company to the poor around her Richmond home at White Lodge; her religious ...
MRS JULIA WARD HOWE'S RETHOSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
MRS .TUIJTA WA11D HOWE'S KETHOSPECT. Of the prose utterances of the late Mrs Julia Ward, Howe, two in . par ticular (says the " Westminster Ga zette") deserve permanent record. One was her message to her friends on her SSth birthday. " The world," she ?wrote, " grows better, and not worse; but it does not grow bptter every where all the time." Another notable saying was her defence of the interest she took in household duties. "The experience of years has enabled me to blend domestic and literary pursuits not Inharmoniously, and, far from railing at tho common duties of life, I have learned to believe that such cares and responsibilites are a great support to women, and are able to counter-balance most advantageously the extravagance of a poetical tem perament." This remark is obviously the more significant in view of Mrs Howe's earnest support of so many movements for enlarging tho sphere , of women.
COUNTESS AND SON. KILLED BY TRAIN. CAR IN FRAGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
COUNTESS AND SON. KILLED BY TRAIN. CAR IN FRAGMENTS. The Comtesse Antoine de Nicolal an-l her son, Comte Christian de Nicolai, with the driver of their motor-car, were killed in a terrible level-crossing acci dent near Le Mans while driving home at night from the chateau of. the Comte rle Beaumont at Beauchamps (said "Lloyd's News" on December 11). A wire from Paris on Sunday" says the car had to travel thirty miles to reach their home, the historic cast'.e o£ Montfort-le-Rotrou, where the countess and her husband lived most of the year with Comte Roger de Nicolai. The car failed to clear the line, iwul was struck by the Paris express, which reduced the car to matchwood and scrap iron. When the train was at last pulled up the mutilated body of the comtesse was found lying !n front of thro engine above the buffers. The Comtesse de Nicola), who ia one of the De Vogue family, and her eon, aged twenty-six, had spent the evening with the Comte dts Beaumont, who is brother-in-law of the c...
A ROTHSCHILD MARRIAGE. CEREMONY IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
A ROTHSCHILD MARRIAGE, CEREMONY IN PARIS. ' : At the Maine of the Eighth Arron dissement took place to-day-the . civil marriage of-M. Albert de Goldschmldt, son of Baron .\Trixde Goldschmidt; anil Mrllle. Myrinm de, Rothschild, 'daughter of' Baron, Edmond de Rothschild (wired the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" on December 14). Thecere mony waif perfor'med'i.by. Dr. Marechal, the Deputy -Mayor, who, in the "course of his nddreps'.'-said: .",You?are. Monsieur,:about, to: take one , of the pearls of your family to England. ! fortunately,"England is not far away, i and you will 'cross and re-cross the | Straits more than?, once to come 'and i breathe the air of Franee> which she . and; her .-relations love with so much fer vor. and which you lovp, too: So many links, in fact, attach you to Paris.where each of the Rothschilds his won the ut most affection, even among tho" working ' classes. Shall I mention Bironne Jamrs, ! your venerated grandmother, .who has ?left so ma...
DIPPING THE LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
DIPPINC THE LAMBS. Many of tho best authorities on fat lamb raising declare that to dip thorn in Quiboll's non-poisonous preparation before putting them on "topping-off" feed increases their value from Is. per head, tho reason being that they put on more flesh in a shorter period of tirno than undipped lambs. Every farmw should test this state ment ;. it will pay him to do ao,
AN INTERESTING SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
INTERESTING SUBDIVISION. It is but /our briof years since 130 fanners participated in the subdivisional sale of Myall Creek Estate, with which the namo of Mr. Ashton, then Minis ter for L-ands, remains pleasantly asso-. ciated; already their brightest nntici-:. pations have been realised, and they now represent 130 owners of 130 com fortable, independent, wealth-producing homos. The enterprising land-seeker has but to visit Myall Creek to see itlicso results with his own oyes. Ho. can be shown farms which have re turned 20 bags of corn to tho acre! Ho can be shown farms from which 40 bushels of wheat per aero have been averaged right through, and if he pos sesses a mind_ for dairy-farming, for which Myall soil is specially adapted, he can learn facts that will make his teeth water. On one dairy farm, for one month, 68 cows netted £77 lis. 6d., while an adjoining farmer made £21 5s. 3d. from 17 cows for the same period! Better still,, he can be" shown a hel d'of 30 cows that; returne...
HOW FAR THE BLOOD TRAVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
HOW FAB THE BLOOD TRAVELS.. The milage of the blood circulation re veals some astonishing facte. It has just been circulated, Tor instance, that, as suming the heart to beat sixty-nine times a mirvut^} at ordinary pressure, the blood goes at the rat©_ of two hundred and seven yards a minute, or nine milqs an hour, two hundred 'and twenty miles a day, atikl eight thousand miles a year. If a man eighty-four years old could have had one single blood corpusole floating In his blood all his life, it would have trav elled in that time nearly seven million miles.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
* 3USAGO r STATI'O' CYCLQUE STEEL TUBULAR GATES Fall In line with the METAL AGE. ? ^ade entirely of mild steel tubing,. galvanized wire and ...ilJeable fitting, FIRE PROOF AMD UNBREAKABLE, Will mamifacturo any size gate required. Gates xnado rabbit proof bj attaching 3(J x 11 x 17 wire netting. - Ask for Catalogue No, 1Q. 10 x 4, compute with fittings, 22J6 F.O.B. Sydney. Wc also manufacture "Cyclone" Steel Galvanized Droppers. These will fit any fence-no special spacing required. 42 Inch No. G g. coat 8/3 per 200-only a quarter of the cost of heavy iron droppers-so tbat tbey may bo placed at much moro frequent intervals of space, making* a more effective fence. Writs for Saeclal Catalogue. 3 1GIAUri5£3 FOR fV? !__ GAPEL'S XL OTTO OIL ENGINES. STATIONARY OR PORTABbH. These Engines hare made a name for themselves throughout Australia. They are A cause for genuino satisfaction to all those who havo purchased them. Cupel's Engines are British built, and are characteristically strong an...
Wattamaodara. (From our own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
'Wattamaodara (Prom our own Correspondent). Through an oversight the name of Mr. H. Cooper we# omitted from the list of the committee responsible for the successful issue of the Walton benefit on the 15tH inst. Mr. Cooper was foremost amongst those who mooted the affair, and worked ener getically during ^the course of the function. Several heavy dews, a cold snap, followed by sultry days, have been the result of the recent rains. A shower or two would be heartily welcome no&. Good results are ap parent everywhere as far as verdure I is concerned. | .Reports to hand state that Master ' H. Walton has successfnlly undergone an eye operation at the MoorclifE Opthalmic Hospital. The unfortun ate youth has to undergo several more operations, the second one taking place this week.
WIT & HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
WIT & HUMOR. "What do they mean by the rising gen eration, Pa?" "Oh, tho people who con afford to have airships, sonny." Farmer : "Do you want a job digging'pota-. toes?" Tired Tim : "Yes, I do, providing it's digging them out of gravy." Master : "Why -were you late for'early school. Wright?" Wright : "Pleaso, sir, 'I must haw overwashed myself." Dill : "Jake said he was going to break'lip the Suffragist meeting the other night. Werti his plans carricd out?'.' Bill : "No; Jaiie was." Why do you always carry your umbrella?'' remarked the worst bore in to*n. "Be cause,'-' moaned hie victim, "m/ umbreila cannot talk." And purple silence,enveloped the Jnndscapo for a short space. "So you want to marry my daughter. Well, what are your prospects, young man?" '1 expect to come Into possession of £10,000 In a short time." "Why. that's Just^the amount of my daughter's fortune!" "Yes; that is the 2S10.00Q I meant." Bridegroom- (at the first stopping pTaCe) : 'Its no use, Clara; we can...
Federal Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
Federal Corres pondence. Mr.. T. Brown, M.P., furnishes us the following copies of Departmental corres pondence for publication : Greeuetliorpe Money Order Office. 8ir,-With reference to my letter of the I6th December last, intimating, in con nection with the ? representations m-ide through you by Messrs. H. Grey, C. H. Frendensteio, B. A. Watt, and other members of the Greenethorpe Branch of the F. & 8. Association, and residents of the surrounding district, that s eps were being taken to extend the money order system to the local Post Office, I have to [ inform you that the system will be ex tended to Greenethorpe Post Office on the 27th February.-Youra faithfully, A. J. ARNDKLL, Acting Deputy Postmaster General. " _ Cowra-Darby's Falls Telephonic Connection. ^ir,-WHh reference to the communi cation dated 16th January last, presented by you from the Darby's,. Falls Progress Association; per Mr. James Ward, Hon. Secretary, further relative to the estab-.. lishment of direct...
HOMELY FARE. THE FRUITS OF EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
. ' -I HOMELY FAKE. THE FRUITS OF EXPERIENCE. Many Dungs go to the making of a gcotl oook besides a handy book or set o£ recipes. For one thing there is a sort of intuition that comes with experience, and that cannot be acquired without experience. It will enable the cook to judge by sight and smell and by a dozen subtle, indications when, for in stance, the fullest time limit mentioned in the recipe should be followed or even exceeded, or when the shortest time should bo adhered to. Constant and sympathetic attention is the road by which this intuition is to be gained. Then, too, there is the deft hand. This, like other forms of skill is to be acquired by perseverance. The light hand in rolling pastry, the steady hand in tossing a pancake, the artistic touch that is required for a meringue, the dainty handling necessary for cakes are each in their way essential to the com plete cook. So much for manual skill. Another set of qualities are those which include taste In the decoration ...
Seasonable Notes. "BLACK OATS." [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
j Seasonable Notes. ; (By Geo.- L. Sutton Wheat Experiment alist.) ", "BLACK OATS," It is now recognised, that it is difficult. ' if not impossible to destroy the vitality of of "black oat" seed that is in the : ground. As far as is possible, it is therefore advisable to use every precau- . tion to ensure that it is not knowningly. introduced to ground that is free from . it It is impossible to prevent its intro- j duction by wind and other natural > means, but it is possible to prevent its introduction with the seed when it is sewn. There are now on the market, some machines, of the type, which effect, ually separate the black oat from wheat . with which it may be mixed. Wheat grain which has "black oats" mixed with it should therefore be passed through one of those machines before it is used for seed. To omit doing so is obviously and extremely bad practice. Though it is so difficult to destroy the seed of the "hlack oat" it is easy to destroy the "black oat" plant. The foundat...
Closer Settlement Promotion Act, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
Closer Settlement Pro i motion Act, 1910. The Lands Department advises that a communication was recoutly received stating that there is a rumour current in a country . district that it is not the intention of the Minister to allow persons to avail themselves of the provisions of the Act irrespective, of .all conditions asked for being conformed to, that no applications will be dealt with and that the Act would be treated as a " dead letter." As a result the Honorable the Min ister caused the writer to be advised. (a) That there is not the slightest . " foundation for the rumour. (b) That all Promotion Act cases are, under Ministerial instruct ion, dealt with as urgent in all stages, it being recognised that .the success of the Act depends upon expedition. (c) That there is every indication that the provisions of the Act will be largely availed of when they become better known. (d) That approval was given only a few days ago to expenditure in an extensive scheme for ad vertising the ...
NOT A MALINGERER. AN OPERATION IS ORDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
; 'NOT A ilATjINGEllER, AN OPERATION IS ORDERED. . - A man whom guardians and work J'ho'use masters declared to 1)0 a malin gerer, was on Tuesday, after medical examination, found to l)o so 111 that an operation was necessary (said "Lloyd's News" on December IS). The man. is .Tames Findlay, twenty nine, who called at the City Casual Ward, and asked to see the doctor. When told to wait, lie hurled a medi cine bottle through the window. He was brought up later at the Guildhall and charged with the offence. Mr Ttexworthy, for the guardians, said the man was a malingerer; and Mr Sydney Butcher, master of the JJermondsey "Workhouse, said he knew him very well. lie had been described in court as "the champion malingerer," and when he did not get the special treatment ho asked for lie resorted to violence. lie had boon sent to prison several times, on one oc casion after a medical examination. Findlay appeared to bo Tory ill in court, and declared that lie was in need of an immediate opera...
Farming Revolutionised. THE LABOUR PROBLEM SOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
Farming Revolu tionised. THE LABOUR PROBLEM SOLVED, Following extract from tho Numurkah " Leader " concerning the conducting of ploughing and harvesting''by means of a comparrtively light oil tractor should be of interest to those engaged in husbandry: - Some time back we mentioned that Mr. E. A. Neeld had purchased an Imperial Oil Tractor, the makers being Messrs. M'Donald & C., of Melbourne. Just previous to the harvest starting, an engineer from the firm, at the request of Mr. Neeld, came up and fixed the necessary saveguards to allow of the tractor being used in the harvest field. A visit to the farm at the present time will find the engine hauling a 6 feet McKay Harvester and doing splendid work. Going at the rate of 3 to 3£ miles per hour it is easily calculated the amount of crop that can be harvested in a day. This season, Mr. Neeld, feeling that he was ex perimenting, has been satisfied to use a harvester of ordinary size, but now that he has found that the traction...
ANGLO-AMERICAN WEDDING. IRISH PEER'S ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911
ANGLO-AMERICAN" WEDDING. IRISH PEER'S ROMANCE. The announcement of the engagement of Lord Decies and Miss Vivien Gould, with biographies and photographs of the couple, also illustrations of the Goulds' magnificent country estate, Georgian Court, New Jersey, occupy the chief space to-day in the Heading American newspapers (cabled the New York correspondent of the "Daily Tele graph" on December 15). "It is the only big Anglo-American romance of the season," feays one journal, "and sets at rest the oft-repeated statement that Mr George Gould's' daughters had made up their minds never to marry outside tihe United States." As usual, there is a little sprightly comment about the de sirability of taxing the dowries of American heiresses when they marry a.broa.d, but, as X have indicated al-. ready in The "Daily Telegraph," the various wild legislative proposals to this effect which have been made in differ ent;; states have always been tabooed. Lord Decies' brother, the Hon. Robert Beresfo...