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Clearance Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Clearance Sale. Be sure and read the big clearance sale adver-tisemen or Bol>in«^r & C>'s. in < his lssuy. Aa yon know, it's all now stack.*

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Land Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Federai Lanci fax. . ] <1 to :UIKJilit'lPS Wt' U .tun I :hsit tli;.' Fmlw.il Lt'i'l Tix C''»«m»RMiW»r.t.h.M' iiiMMiAt."! ihiu; uU t||0(,^ll ll'1 (J-'l'ief putMipon IttufU l.v Sltii't- fJounciW, "hf» will »iof. ouu.st) pro-eculions to bo in wliorw -owniMS adopt'AbucII. vutiies wh»>n nuking tln«ir/returns. , Thif ?' should simplify ni>ttcrs and ni« i-ri-iliv f icilit.itf Ui(> |m*p:ivfUioris of iiit<oilit'iuldociiiriiiit hv'Imidowners. ' [fVlmii'ii )>w tljnt-' [)"/« >('8 whiMii jiropfi'ii'-s ai'n v»iln.-d iu £3000, although i;x>-mpt fr».iin tux.^jon,. ure com.;lulled to ru<;nis!ivr-'lunj<. . «. C ttned. M'.iUim, yunraiitnoi!" fresh, at" E. FitosT's lintoliriry, ijit lh, ua-tli A uleur cnmiiloxi'in ati<! IwalthyAnpobUe aio sure of tuKiut,' fo^'jtc.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Some Splendid Fruit [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Some Splendid Fruit A i the invitation of Mr. David Shackel, | our \ representative visited Calare Or- i cha:'tl, recently purchased from that ' gen lemuu by Mr. Thomas Anthony, , and was surprised to fuid such a tine yiel1 of atl k\nds of fruit as was in ens- inua thafoon. Tho .manager (Air. \Vi{. ;) mformod us that he had still en the .rees seventy or eiihty cases of the fioeac flavoured pears , we have ever tushid, about eighty cases of splendid app' 3B, a Btxmplo of which w*3 given us u\ei'Hiring twelve inahes in circum- . fu«:icd, a largo quantity of peaches, I which are only just ripening, and a very goo-.l crop.of delicious prmios. A splen did srop of peaches is also in ovidunoe, and it is estimated about two tons will b-3 nvailable for market. Those desirous of j utting in an. enjoyable h »lf-holiday sho, Id pay a visit to Calire Orchard, wh« -i< will bo amply demonstrated to the n "how . a small an.<a fiytt" th'> boundary can '.y iii.-tdti. .. . , ....

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The Town[?] Free Press USE SOFT WORDS AND HARD ARGUMENTS. SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1911. Local and General. Saturday Half-Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

- 08E S0PT WOKO.S AJTD UAKD Altaa&IBN"r3. SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1911. Locil and General. Saturday Half-Holiday. j The shopkeepers of Oranire on J Wo'neaday decided by 137 to 91 iD ' favour of having the half-holiday ou | Saturday instead of Wtdiidsday.

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Scientific Dressmaking [?]lass. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Ssift-atlfu: D;« C;aas. Ola'.'8-i of t!ii? ubovc oIiuvhcI",!'!, i)ml«r th<i -lii- of 1 11 ?: TWhuio i: Cit.ion U'^irfcuv-i'i*., ire no-v in ope - utiori h.t Lvn-rlhurU nn'l ..WnoJ<ti»«k... Oio ' ie«w»Hvr b"i>ii ..* ?i|i,i»urrin«ntw oflfioif, qu-i iii ' l l>\* cx'imin;«ti.on: A hi in i ??*r.clnsa on In* i>sti»l>lisht»d -«.\ 'Oowrn if un t-nrvnto;\ . of tun is SHOUrpJ. Laf.lios w|n unv 00. dtis!r»usv :o? jMniri* Ruch a oVis-i should ifitiniUto thuir winln^ to Mr, O M .»orc, Prinoipnl of fh« .^utvrinr PuMio 8'It "^ without dol iv. I' is to ll - hi'«! thit -'i v.«ry^ IATi»»». nuillli 'r of our h\'|y t*ri.'.tl (T""wj||; ft vail 1 )ii'iii.. lv-s of HUi'.h ;i ifra il op portunity in b- coin.- pr fioicnt iii suuik un es-iiMitial ncenmpli-lituH-.it. Our Sydney correspondent wiros Wiient disproved, prime c&iek 3s to 3s Id j Cbivtr 3s dd to 4s 3d. Acespt no -mnsiitute, JfBMlA TOJiid '13 the gtcatoit of 411 blaudmakrta.

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notice to Applicants for Leases for Mining, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Notice to Applicants for Leases for Joining, etc. Routs am due and owing upon' ihn uadorinoutioiie'l i^oM-mining leases in the B bi.hursr, Mining District, and if the same be not paid within thirty , days from 15th Fobrumy, 19 L I, such leases may bo cancelledNo. 15*29, .Tappa Matlieson, portionC.L 331,county Bathuist, jiarinh Dnnleary, o acres, Monub MoDouald; 1566, W. Cash and o'hers, portion pt, 200, county Btthu-st, p u'isli Danleat'y, 1 acre, Mt. McDonald; 1627, W. Mathoson and another, portion ol 340, county Btchuist, parish Dunlenry. 2 acres Mt. MoOonald. »;

Publication Title: Cowra Free Press
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Visiting Optician. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Visiting Optician, ( M B«rs. Angus and Coote of 492 George . strt it Sydney, announce their intention to s >ud their t mring Optician to Cowra at s i early date, when he may be o.in BUI .'.i oil all Bye defects, Headaches, etc , a< J iult'a Imperial Hotel. Siitlerwrs from eye .r-jubles li nld watch for exact dute of v.dr,, or appointments may lo ma e by j add'essingto iNous & . OOTE, -192 George ? btre st, .Sydney.

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Can You Tell Good Boots When You See Them? [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Can You Tell Good 8oot3 When You See Them ? If you are not* a bootmaker yon can't. Good boots embody something more ban stylo and liaish. It'* the material you wact, aud it must be made up by good workmanship. All Walicom BROS' B ots are thoroughly examined by a first o ass Boccumker before they are put-on our she; ves for sale. We also pay attention to s ;yle ami o -mfort. Put quality with prica before buying elsewhere *

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The "Star" Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

The " Star " Pictures. | This splendid show will pay Cowra ; ' its return visit on Friday night next, j March 3rd, when an entire change of ; programme \vlll be submitted. It will I bo remembered tint on the last occasion ' am'-nast others a very good film depict j iny the lifo of "John Vano, Bnshtang^r," .'was shown and highly appreciated. A number of fresh illustrated songs will also by given. Since" visiting here last | j the combination has been showing with ! groat success in the southern districts. Mr. J. Balfour, the touring represent ative, who has just completed arrange ments for the Cowra season, anticipates a rocord house on Eriday night,

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Money in Tallow. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Mo ley in Tallow. ? Just think of it Mi-, fat'inor, you j ' can gtjb 8s for a kerosonu tin full, tu ! : the Oowra Soap Worlcn, Brisbaiiu-st So couxe alouj and suppii't Ioo-.il in: i dastry. Empty bias givoii' awuy in any quantity.* '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

A CREPE EROCIC IN SEMI-PRIN CESS S'fVLH, SHOWING.THE NEW - PEASANT BLOUSE. 'V

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POET-PRIMATE RESIGNS. ARCHBISHOP OF ARMAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

POET-PRIMAJE RESIGNS. . ARCHBISHOP. OF ARMAGH. Dr; AleKan^er^^rclibisliop of Armagh and Primate: of All Ireland,-. announced, In a letter read to the bishops of the Church, of Ireland on December 11, his resignation , of his see, " owing to 111 fiealthi ? :... ' I He was the youngest Bishop of Ire land when he was appointed to the See of Derry in 1SR7; Indeed, he was . "spiri tual father" to his own father, who held a prebendary's stall in.the cathedral. He astonished1 the House of Lords by the" eloquence with-which he defended the Irish Church against disestablish ment, and it is interesting to remember that he is now the only sir vivor of the band of bishops; which then represented the Irish Church in the Upper house. But it is-as-a poet that he is most widely known (whites, the "Dally Ex press.") His ciasaieal'drainlng-he went from Tnn.bridge ' lo.'.Exeter and Erase-" nosc-and...'l)is lifelgfrg-lovo ofc 'literature .inspired7', him ^ wl many beautifill ' thpvights. exDressecf-'.i...

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DON CARLOS' WILL. POLITICAL, DOCUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

DON CAHTJOS' WIIJIJ. ' POLITICAL, DOCUMENT: Don Carlos, of Bourbon;: Pretender to the Spanish throne, who died at; Venice in July, last year, left a/very detailed and comprehensive testament, the text of., which is published to-day in thu "Ne'ues Wiener Tagblatt" (wired the Vienna correspondent o£ .the "Dally i Telegraph" on November 11). i . _ u 'It.contains many personal ;minutiav and also forms a political lcgacy to his son, Don Jaime, now: residing at Frohs j dorf, near Vienna,' and,-in view of the I existing conditions in Spain;.:this part; I of the, will is of considerable interest; I and-the supposition that Don Jaime re-.' gards the present juncture as favorable" for publishing the testament is not far fetched. Don Carlos thus addressed his eldest1 son : "As my-first-born son. wi.ll be head of the family, he will, understand that he | has filial duties to fulfil to-the memory I of his father. 'He will~be, boLh-the re-i ! presentative of my regal rights and the inheritor o£: ...

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EUROPEAN TRIP. WILD OVERLAND FLIGHT TO LISBON. DUE TO PORTER'S ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

EUROPEAN TRIP. WILD OVERLAND FLIGHT TO LISBON. . DUE TO PORTER'S ERROR. A wild dash through'France, Spain, and Portugal because a porter at Read ing had directed a traveller to the wrong train was the subject of a sin gular appeal in the Divisional Court on Wednesday (sa'd "L'oyd's News" on De cember 11). The traveller, Mr A. ,H. Morris, claimed to make the journey free, and at the expense of the Great Western Railway Co. The appeal came from the Reading County Court. - On-the, finding of the jury his Honor Judge Harington entered judgment against the Great Western' Railway Co. in Mr Morris's action for damages. After direction to a wrong train, he: arrived too late at Southampton to'join a Mediterranean steamer, and went overland to catch it at Lisbon. This was in September of last year. Mr Morris, having arranged to take a Mediterranean trip, provided himself with a ticket at the Great Western Co.'s station at Stroud,-Gloucester, for South ampton, where he was going to join the st...

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ALPINE SPORTS. THE GROWING VOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

ALPINE SPORTS. THE GROWING VOGUE... (By An Old Alpine Sportsman, in the "Daily Mail.") It is perfectly clear that i_o general election has brought blessing to the Alps. The season in Switzerland ha3 begun, and an early winter has brought ice and snow to excellent condition. Whatever damage it may have done to English trade, the election has. been aptly timed for Switzerland; After Christmas it would have meant disas ter; bfefore, it wilj mean a record; And a record.season is what wc old Alpine sportsmen expect and welcome. This then, is to be the year of great est .success for Alpine sport. The skat ing and curling rinks in many of the leading winter resorts have been greatly enlarged since last season, and in some cases new rinks, especially new curling rinks, have been constructed. Fresh centres have been opened up, such as Murren, Saint Cergues, and Leukerbfld, and old ones have been im proved; and such is the present popu larity of winter sports that even the new and therefore u...

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CRIES FOR FOOD. GARMENT WORKERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

CJtTES FOR JPOOIX GARMENT WORKERS' STRIKE. I For some weeks a strike o£ large pro | portions has been" going-on in Chicago i among the garment workers, and almost every - day the: situation has been getting worse. There are now 41,000 ? strikers, 10,000) of whom,are - wotnen and girls, waging, the greatest, industrial ^battle: that lhas been'fought in the Middle West in the past decade..,1' Nearly 1,000 o£ the* small tailoring houses aro:dosed, (said "Lloyd's New.s" on December 4), and of.the large: ''reajjy, madoV . and . "made-tororder"ho.uses none are working with.mote than ftve~ per. cent, of their-.regular force. -More than 100,000 wives,'..-mothers,: a'nd vlthelr. littlo children .are In ;ft?ar rami despair in their mean; ?-.poverty-stricken' homes, pray lug, for. the ultimate ^success of tlieir ibread-winners. -j 'oii^ Tlies situation lhas 'been;-made: "worse by: the: brutallty'of :th'etfc Chicago police force,: since, numbers oMhiVstrikers are foreigners and the Chicago poli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

Pale? All run down, easily tired, nerv ous? And do not know what to take? Then go direct to your doctor. Ask his opinion of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It con tains no alcohol, no stimulation, and is a blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterative, an aid "to digestion. Ask your doctor about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sar saparilla as a strong tonic for the weak. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Prepared by Dr. J, C. Aycr & Co.* Lowell, Mau>( U. S, A . C. B. SANilEtfSOfi, i ARCHITECT, | Lata of ButUr <fc Bradsliaw, Architect# Melbourne. . GOWXA* . | May ho consn!t<<tl nt tho ^BNTENNiaii ljai.li £. W. Warren, IDS g. B. Douglas Macd ipald, Hon. Ophthalmic Sur<»8on to O range District" Hospital! MA.Y by con3uIfcoJ at OiMaga or Bafchurst Oran<J3-Pirsfc and Third Monday to Saturday of overy month, - Bathurst-Second and Fourth Monday - to Saturday of every month. Klts-st., Oran ;a. . 'Phono SS Miss Elba! Wyndbatr?,; Teacher of Pianoforte &a...

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FOR THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

FOR THE LADIES. Tlio ladies of Sydney aro greatly in torostod in a newcomer, Madame V. I'atoy, tho eminent Jinglisli beauty specialist, whoso consultation rooms are at "Strathkyle," JJligh-streot, opposite tho Uuiou Club. Aladamo I'atey ad* vises ladies on the ti'eatment of the cotnploxion, teeth, hair, and hguro, from 11.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, and tho proof of tho wisdom and apprecia tion of her advice' and treatment is tho fascination of her rooms for the fair sox. Sho is the most talked of specialist in town, and has promptly established horself as a favourite. Ladies aro pleased and instructed pos sessors of her book, "Ouo Woman to Another," excerpts from which she posts to all linablo to call. Ladies intending to visit Sydney should write now and they aro suro to call Jator. A letter was once received at a post olfico in Kent, directed to tho biggest; tool in tho town, 'l'ho post-master was absent, and, on his return, 0110 of tho young clerks informed him of it. "And what bec...

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ERNEST BOSCH'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

EHNES'P BOSCH'S VISIT Very few of our renters are aware of the nu-Jierous troubles time arise from tile eye. .Si>nsiuvenes.i to Iijjlit, Iosomnia, Headaches, and a feeling as of sand or g'it in he lids, are nil camni from <\ye strain, Willi the aid of properly fitted glasses (hoc uoc^arily 'o make yon sue batter), the.s<5 tr mliles will qipc.'-ly disap pear >IIQ .;anni>c do butter than consulr. the .expert .?epr«s-mCaiivo of \IR. E. BOSCII, the wall known Eye Specialist of Martin I'lacn, Sydno , who intends visit ing CO\VK\ regularly, and may be aoeu at the Imperial Hotel >>n Thursday, l'>th February f'his gentlem-xi'* ski l needs no ewiment as lie has made a life long study of the oyc, ml the numerous cures he has effected oau be certified to by numbers ol his g-atuful clienta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cowra Free Press — 25 February 1911

To be shouting "low prico" and " Bargain Snaps" every day ia" ono of tho. poorest grades of merchandising. , You don'b expect them to be true and certainly there's a big doqhfc always lingering in tho back of your brain that because the price has suffered, the quality has too. And more often than not, you are RIGHT. HYAMS' have no bargain-bait _ to offur you except those absolutely " proveable" on9s that come our way once in a while or at Sale time. But what wo oiler you-:-what YOU ? do really want is consistently gooi? value value that is "WORTH WHILE " coining for value that you'know- meaus tho bedrock price and honest quality in whatever you wish to wear or use. WE IS LOCAL STOREKEEPERS OFFER THIS TO ^OU AS LOOAL RESIDENTS AND WFJ FEATl NO INTERFERENCE FROM SYDNEY MAIL ORDER HOUSES OR PRIOli CUTTEtlS, 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 & WATTAM...

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