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Tnberculosis in Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Tnberculosla.in Pies. "Kimball's .Dairy Parmer" (U.S.A. is exorcised over the increase of tuberculo sis among-;pijrs,-in- the dairy districts of the United States, which is declared to be the result of ■ feeding them with milk from sows suffering'from the disease. It states:—''.. "Tuberculosis is getting to be a ve:y ■serious disease amonjr swine. ' When M,000 were condemned, last year in the United State.by Government' meat in spectors, it shows what the enormity of the loss will be in a few years if nothing is done to' stamp out the disease. Not only that, but it is a serious matter for farmers to be eorrwming homa-butcher ed pigs that have not been inspected." "It is a fact that expert inspectors can not tell when a live pig has the disease unless it has gone to the last stages Only post-mortem examination reveal. the ordinary case, and the farmer would not recognise the disease even then. So while we do not raise a cry of alarm, It may be well for farmers to do some thinking alo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Be on Your Guard Against Fire by having Hicks' " Ideal " Fire, Fighter' handy. It is always ready for immediate use, and is strong, powerful and abso lutely reliable, Catalogues Post Free. Also: Hicks' " Ideal" Fvmigato'r,. Poison Carts, Pit Traps, Sheep Troughing, &c. T. H. HICKS MAKER N. BOTANY Chas. 8. PARKER TEI- 2,05 C,TY AOENT, 89 Wtt St., Hytfnty —- . THE BEST for atl good work where a Finlih It required, It will stand the weather and will not blister, crack, peel ofl or fade, HOTEL MANSION BAYSWATER ROAD THE HIQHE8T AND MOST CONVENIENT POSITION IN SYDNEY 130 Bedroomsj 18 Hot and Gold Baths; Eleetrie Eleratori Eleetrie Light | Comfortable Public Rooms) Excellent Cnislno | Saloon Bar stocked with finest Wines and Bplrlts | King Street Trams-penny aeotlon—pan the doer. TARIFF: £2 10s. Weekly; 8s. per Day. TELBPHONB : 619 Vm. Ht. H. HILLIARD, Manageress. DANK8 & SON PROPRIETARY LTD., Importers and Manufacturers, 324 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. Galvanised "Steel Star" Wi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ringworm in Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Ringworm in Cattle. A leaflet issued by the Board of Agri culture, London, gives some notes as to the treatment of ringworm. The disease is due to a vegetable parasite of the na ture of a mould (Trichophyton tonsur ans), and as each spot grows outward from a centre, like mushrooms on a mea dow, it gives rise to "rings" which give the name. It attacks only young stock about one or two years old—chiefly those in a bad general state of health—and, of course, makes their heads and bodies un sightly. The best treatment re commended is to ano'.nt the affected spots with a mixture of oil or grease anfl sulphur—lard or train-oil five parts, sul phur one part, are the proportions recom mended. The object is twofold: to poison the organism with the sulphur, and to choke off the air from it by the grease or oil.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Increasing Use of Fertilisers. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Increasing Use of Fertilisers. The Inspector of Fertilisers Tor South Australia (Mr TV. L. Summers) estimates the quantity o£ fertilisers used in South Australia for the cereal crop of 1905 at 56,500 tons, an increase of 4500 tons on last year's figures. Taking the average quantity of fertiliser used per acre at 1001b. that total represents a treated area of 1,265,600 acres. "As in past years," says the inspector, "fully 90 per cent, of the manure used consists of superphos phate. the greater part of which contains I practically all its phosphate in a water soluble form. Although the proportion of locally manufaptured' manure has in creased to a remarkable extent during the past three years, more than half the manure used is imported. There is, there fore, plenty of room for additional works in this state." The! following table shows tlie quantities used, and the estimated area manured each year in South Aus tralia since 1S97:— Tons Estimated area Year. ' used. manured. 1S37 3,000 -...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

' Stray Pars. Amdpg the noxious animals de y. atroyed in tho Armidale district dur mg 1909 wore 91,713 hares, 19,658 rats, and 41,836 wallabies. The Johnson-Jeffries match is to take place at Salt Lake City (U.S.A.) On July 4. Stated Parkas people are preparing themselves for a treat iu the direction of a breach of promise case. The receipts from the Blayney Caledonian Sucioty sports and concert amounted to £153. Still thoy aay that Blayney is a dead sort of a place! According to the last annual figures -respecting the consumption of tea per head of the population Australia leads with Tibs per person every year. Animals, like human beings, prefer the shade in hot days. It is little ■hort of cruelty to allow stock to wander during some of our hot sum mer days without shelter of some kind. For the month of December cream suppliers were paid £531/11/6 at the Orange butter and bacon factory. It is estimated that the wheat har vested within the Parkes, Trundle, Alectown and Bogan Gate di...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PANIC AT A PLAY. STAGE SCENE COLLAPSES. ACTRESSES RUSH INTO THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

PANIC AT A PLAT. STAGE SCENE COLLAPSES. ' ACTRESSES RUSH INTO THE ■ ■ STREET. The Berlin correspondent of the Lon don "Daily Mail"- ■■ wrote on 27th; August:— Chvins: to the collapse of a heavy stage structure, a score of actors and actresses were to-day injured, at the Metropole Theatre, Behrenstrasse, and dozens of others rushed panic-stricken into the streets in their gorgeous stage costumes. It was at noon. Rehearsals of a new musical play were proceeding briskly, and the scenery for the second act had been set. This represents a popular Berlin resort, and the scenery is of a complicated and colossal character, in all- being a built-up structure weighing many tons. The stage was crowded with about 150 actors and actresses, chorus and "show"' girls, when without warning the struc ture suddenly collapsed with a tremen dous noise, pinning many of them, down In the debris. , Those who were uninjured rushed shrieking into the street, covering their eyes as though to shut out the sigh...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

e Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, A of Breathing, Hoarseness, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and rapid relief; and to those who are subject Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving chronic, nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where " Coughs " have, on their first appearance, been pro at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. Small Size, 2/6; Largo, 4/6. Chemists, Medicine Vendors, or the Proprietor; W. Q, KEASWSE, Chemist, Oeelong, Vict

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND Enconrnging Horse [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Enronrntrine Horse The proposal of the VlciBH^^^H^'crn" ment to set aside L3000 fc^^^Bpour ngement of horsebreedlnjH^^BH'3 re" garded as the beginning that will be certain to re^^^^Hp c0" operation of small farmcr^^^^H1 1,10 extension of Government in spection of horses by qua!ifi^^^^Wnary surgeons will be sure to sys tem of Inspection is much or" der to place the industry ^H^^Bropor foundation. No horse shoul^^^Hrmit tcd to be used for stud pi^^^^H°r to compete at an agricultural ^i^Mlnless It has been certified as sound b^^reter inary surgeon. While on the subject of Government assistance to horsebreeding it will bo of interest to show what is being: done in that direction) In France. At the annual horse show hi;ld in Paris in June last under the, direction of the French Government, the entries num bered 950, representing all 'the leading breeds of horses in France. For this show the Government voted L12.000 as prize money. The entries in the thoroughbred classes included four win...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

• m-ctnnM people should keeiv proiesstonai i' • wllon iruvul 'Clemeuis thJ£ autles, espocl lins or "Summer man 1113, ncrvoxjs «-tc"1 -?u j)R to crfutu good feet of its u.e ^ (te strengthen the rfti'Vos and yle |3iotirt, giving system, ^fic^t a 1 chemists and Immediate bc^ it,« storekeepers sell "> —

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FAMOUS SOEECER'S SUCIDE. COLONEL, WARDROP, C.B. DISTINGUISHED CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Iamous^Rp suicide. COLONEL, WARDROP,' C.B. DISTINGUISHED CAREER. ' Formerly an ollicer in the 12th Lan- j cers, Colonel Frederick Meyer Wardrop, C.B., was found dead at his home, 10 Sussex square, W., and at the Inquest on 5th September the evidence left no doubt that he had himself ended his ' life. I Mr ,T. D. Bolton, M.P., for North-Eaft 1 Derbyshire, solicitor, 3 Temple gardens, | E.G., stated that the deceased, who was an old friend, retired from the Army about two years ago. He distinguished himself In the Egyptian War under Lord Wolseley. The witness last saw him alive a fortnight ago, when he complained of pains In the head, and appeared very de pressed. Recently he sustained heavy financial losses, and this, Mr Bolton be lieved, affected his mind, although he could not be described as mentally un sound. The Coroner: Is this note (handing a note) in his handwriting?—Yes. The Coroner: It is undated and evi dently meant for his wife. He writes: "Forgive me, dearest Wee. I went...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Plgeons Municipal Prope [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

■Plgeb'ns Municipal toopd The only other European citybj don in whioh pigeons areregiu" j cipal property is Constantinople.! are held to bo snored, lho reaj immunity from (Instruction in Turk ia rather ii pretty one., that when Mohammed was * life 1(3 hid in a cave, whev immediately spun a web now and a wir ot pigeons hiistiu jieat at thn mouth of th'" two eggs in 1111 inure('il When the Prophet's eni eave and were about to web and the nest, and impossible for anyone tj recontiy, so thr.y went P the cavern, and Mo.iai/ death, m j Turkey protect all ' ami pious Moslem." to foctl the bird? .9 i" Don't t man to go 6 lie ? " hM b

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE "DARE-DEVIL, FIVE." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

! ' THE "DARE-DEVIL, FIVE." Colonel Wardrop had a distinguished military career. He was A.D.C. to Lord Wolseley in the Egyptian War o£ 1882, and was present at various actions, in cluding those of Kassassin and Tei-el Kebir. He was with the Nile Expedi tion in 1884-1885 as D.A.A.G. and Q.M.G., and was present at Abu-Klea, being several times mentioned in despatches, > He greatly distinguished _ himself at Abu-Klea. At the head of a party of four he dislodged a large force of the enemy which had harassed the British column through eighteen successive hours. There had been many casualties, and a fresh move of some sort was neces sary. Colonel Wardrop went off . with his few men and appeared -with them as quickly as he could at various points, leading the enemy to suppose he and his companions were the advance groups of a relief column. > The successive feints effected their pur pose, and the enemy, deceived by the strategy, shifted its position. Colonel Wardrop became very popul...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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France Submerged by a Wave of Anglomania. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

France Submerged by % W'av§ of Anglomania. The most extraordinary rcoent devoWp merit in France bus been mania which has spread over ttle co^wy. Not only io it noticeable in thecapuiu at all the fashionable resorts at; the 1 rei^oh «m<slde pud in the mountains, but 1.1 ljng enditeoli. "tore Joy the iory the watering places have been floO e& ;Tth P-nch men and women Never b* fere have most of these people been '"^8 ,;nd The Knclish tourist Imsfoi a eentj.y Sars&fc?SiK5c abroad it is not to England. Wtill- ^.6»* women continue bo po to mils tor tne« t^o woll-to-do Frenchman now ,.oec oyened branch shops in ra0Etyn,. iwuo-itTe ;heJls »d «»fl^k: tgain,' or their whi papers h way the Ball. 1 Channel lovo-kno nnonlfis ^Ci'iclvGlj Ufis oiiuu ynujv** lor years,'but Dinard has f ^Tcam- lias most an English town rinA £0 ^ : liithortb been -confined- -to Ul!t0! ."(Vnn Frenchmen 'have taken ?i,B UX&J pitLOViO .».w - — to the Hotel des Bodies ixu''^v'^" fl3"ia ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The whip for Wife Beaters. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

flie whig xor Wife -Beaters.^ ' The follow;*;; ityiMteh froflt Wnehingtc.K to tin: Nav,' York \\ ovid will ho rend with i£r t»;rorit: StuUsiics j*:'.tiiered from the oourfc re cord); t< several ciiiei;: titiow aa alarming in srctiao in ibo nuuibsr-6£ oi:«es of wife bunt ing, to say nothirtg fif hundreds of casfr'B •fbioh liiive ■ linen citiiuijed on the dockets Us «mylo amjiluH. '"home 'ctatioticn, IcgothsS villi ojjaiicu.; jaUierod trom-iudKefvjuftices, .iiktfs of police iukI pvoi.scntiug attoi'iiByc, rvlio roeoiamend the whipping (post : tn all •Rich oiisoa, f:ivo bono to iw^vdvocat'iia that she lima is not fur discnnt when hi-iiiec Vi!l h-j punished ill this manner. One of 'She •jjoii wlio hove benn i;ii.l!ii;riii(.! ilie reoordo wd (jnttiiij; eipi'essioi'.i! of opinions says:— •' Mirny eliieio of polijR fp,vor iha whipping ?Os6 for wii'e beiitei'3,' woinon stri'uora and for • v.:''fis and -boys chared 'with minor of •'vncsa. I do not think chore is n v/osk ■vithout on...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

following cases For Im A.R.L. 08 8, 3 E.L. 09-2, 1C Wright R L. 09-3, 20 acres, Griffiths R.L. 09-6, 10 acres, Newcombe. For 'Confirmation, ' X, 08-22, 100 acres, Albert Field O.O.P. 09-28, 100 acres, Ai Gosper, jun. OL. 09-13, 201 acres, A | rfio Gosper, jun. V.R S 09-7, 234 acres, Edea ' Gosper U.O.P. 09-54, 419 acres, Snnrv Crow A.H.S. 09-8, 9a 3r SOper, ..... Tames Mitchell. '.P. 09-45, 7a 3r 35p, James La rence Murphy For Investigation, A.C,P. 09-49, 125 acres, Frederick Stanford. bur Modification of Conditions. Sp. L. 4103, John Kidd Pastures Protection A-ct, ) 902 4 t® erect Rabbit-proof Gate. JMary Ann Carney Special Purchase application. Sp. Pur. 08-128, HenTy Treves For PermissioTi to remove Fencing. A.L. 21,771, William Irvine, V A meeting of the Local Land Boa~ •vill be held at Molong <>n the 13th j.ud 20th lust., and amongst the case" «et down for consideration are the following from tliis district:— For Investigation. Sp. Lease 09-12, 32u acres, Ge'orgft ...

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THE EDITORS SCRAP BOOK. Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

——-: ; "THE EDITOR'S "SCRAP -Boi?R. •Interesting Gleanings from Various •Sources. f •Ninvar in a new alloy that will prevent' tho •'expansion of iron through heat. It ahouW 'be invaluable for rails and instruments o£ precision, which are sometimes tluown out of gear in the hot weather and iu tropical aountries. # ''Hard times are in sight for the ' mosquito. In addition to the plans made for a mosquito war a plant is said to have been found m tlia north Nigeria which, when placed in a room or veranda, will drive away mosquitoes. * # * The Atlantic 'Oeear. 'occupies 'ft 'furrow orooved down into the surface of the oarth. This furrow is about 3,000 nulcs wde, and (5,500 mileB long. The bottom of the ocean is broken up into mountain ridges ana. < depressed valleys. -The greatest deprcsEito 1 is only a very little' ovor five miles in. parpeu 'dieulur descent. , t» "to Thorn ' Are soma' remarkable sorts' of glow worms in South America, iu which the wing 'le<-B femal...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Molong Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Molong- Lands Office. Revenue for quarter December, 1909 : — Conditional Purchases Conditional Leases Annual Leases Other Leases Homestead Selections A.uctica Sales Tiansfer Fees "Hher Lands Collections O.P S. and Fines Mining Collections This amount is £999 I that collected 'luring quarter of 1908.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

•S=3SS3P?5C.r2' Prosperous i Pisw Y@ar ^[v^\-7-zrz TO ALL "*'•'■" a? f?inr\kinff our We take this opporfcnny 01 uumruisg numerous clients for the libera! support •accorded iss :d;;rh;g the past year,'which was an absolute 'record one -for 'our -Bl!S;:5;£S3. 5 W-3 firrilier assure '.our •clieats :'aa'd "the v«ii!i5ii' eena&Hv that 'notwiihstariding -'keen 'competition 'in prices, 'we intend adhering Ho onr old poUcy of 'gelling the best quality '•(foods at moderate ."prices. T. -J-. FINN. ■'GA'SSSOW1HDRA STORES. Is a "Ldcai jndystry ■ : :»M;3pJe Goods. ^CorrtjpetSrjg: ■'a.'gsss'Dst Foreign :nrsa,cse wwuuo. •'Sal© of jfceeds the '©£mfo3nedi 'trade of ail 'c'smpeii'tor •by many 'thousands of tciis art»u£lSy, -and •'mcj-eaoiMS -"raniidSW. • :B©C&E3i5® - 'ShsrSef's always -dr3K& -well, -being- Tw©il :mdtur&& bssfter© Bragging if^'d 'breakages or dell.asfs with . Shirley ' tShirtey's -is «m-8y .-pfefeked .'just .prior "to '•tftickfoj? rfl& -...

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A Valuable [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

A Valuable A few pounds w< dorful dust " Super^ anre of land complf>t wheat growing, and! Cp only 2/tj to the reliable Superi>Y plied to forty an average, wi.I 10,000 acres, am| >d yield per imate, 1,000 tri lust returns 160,C if wheat to the •^liirlev who y work is known to 1 •xceed the whole 'Mimpetitors by annually. People nmount of pxtra manure produces cl manured crops, li' (inures are not obtil bo Htuppsidous and i i tlip cao of I.icmI in

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THE HERVOUSHESS OF STAGE LIFE. Professional Women and Need of Sound Nerves. A MEMBER OF SEVERAL OPERA 'COMPANIES' OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

rofessional Women 'and. Kg eel of Sound -Nerves. IA MEMBER OF SEVERAL OPBRk \ 'COMPANIES' OPINION. I ■ ,.'1L ■Vprvoiisness is mo^'or less '* ent to the leminilie constitution, unil especially,, is-ii -increased by m'oto ■ ifrfiaf public duties. -Stage lite, ac covtling to the.opinion{o£ leatUng^c IfX'ays-a ££t4We"tension, and ir%x zs&srUtt the st^e, la a the con C;?Ruonebi^med ,™ncnUy by -te srleiulicl medicine testined to u rroved bv this-testimony, and ♦ hm^inds ot others, received from all Of 'tlie "Hook of T, 'r "Tho Girl Behind the o?,,mer''' and "Cinderella" Opera ConianW- and of Middle Parle, Mel i, i. considers this tonic the ,^^.,-^t for nerve "vfeaUrifess and las "f. ni' ii'P c.vsism, iroin which all ■s!lUtll' more ^r less, suffer; especl •all" tho'O ol' the theatrical -profes ^onJShV writes follow:-. .. often/used "'demerits 1 as a remedy for staiio nerv •{,??, wKen following profession °fSA, a vocalist, X have been, " , ,ifnv opinion 'of it fis a muui*. cure of l...

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