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MUSIC'S CHARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

MUSIC'S CHARMS. At the French penal colony, Nou-j mea. Now Caledonia, ttra convicts l have organised a band. The leader | is a notorious murderer. The cymbal player killed a subpoena server, and the drum player murdered his land- | lord with a'hammer. The assistant'! bandmaster chopped his wife' to pieces!—' 'Argonaut," San Francisco.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIED DEFIANT. A RUSSIAN JEW. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

DIED DEFIANT. A RUSSIAN .TISAV. Details of the Odessa execution on 20th September show 'that the Terrorist executed was a Jew named Tarle; He was twenty-two years of oge. On Tuesday he killed a policeman who was endeavoring to arrest him. He .fled and fired on his pursuers, killing- a houseporter and wounding two more policemen. He himself receiver! flvo shots in the body, and was arrested and put in prison. The (told court-martial, composed of six high oUicers, whose names have not ■ been divulged, sat at tlie prison, and after a short deliberation sentenced the • prisoner to death. Tarle, whose condi tion was hopeless owing to loss of bloid, was put into a litter, carried to the prison-yard, and tied to a postuH!s last words were: "Dying, I send you, my assassins, my contempt and curse. You piteous, blind fools, you fancy that you have shot down the whole of young Rus sia with your pogroms and field courts martial. But he sure that there are bombs and revolvers enough to deliver o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN OF LETTERS. A MYSTERIOUS ENGLISHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

MAN OF LETTERS. A MYSTERIOUS ENGLISHMAN. Latest mails from Celebes in the Eas tern Archipelago tell of the advent oC a mysterious Englishman, who has taken up his residence on the Island of Bouton. Early fit July the^c arrives in a sailing boat, a bronzed; broad-chested, stranger, ac.ompanlcd by a littlo fair headed dwarf, apparently his 'servant. -AccoVdInstory told by .U:e"afcent of a.wealthy merchant of Macassar, t,he two white men' proceeded to build a large log house, .the interior of which, they painted a brilliant si a: lot. Over the threshold, flanked by Union Jacks they raised a gigantic wooden shield, bearing a portrait of the master of th< house, seated at the apex of a pyramid, round the base of which a crowd of pigmies grovelled, looking upwards with expressions of bewilderment and awo. Beneath this wonderful device was a mysterious Insciption : "I am a JVI.O.L." . Hundreds of natives came to look at the "funny white man," but the mas ter repelled their curio...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVERDUE RENT. CAUSES A DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

OVERDUE RENT. CAUSES A DEAT.H. On 27th September Frank Wade, of 83 Shaftesbury street, Hoxton, shot and killed his lodger,' William Clayton. -He , also shot and seriously wounded Clay ton's wifts who, it .is believed,. Will re-/ cover: ; ; , It appears that-Wade and his wife oc cupied the lower rooms of the house, the upper floor being rented by Clayton and his wife. On Wednesday night there was a dispute between Clayton and Wade concerning some 'rent which was over due, the ajnount owing by Clayton be ing not more than Ss or 9s. Suddenly ' the neighbors -Heard- shots. The police ■ ■ were called, and a constable found Clay ton's dead body lying in the passage. . His wife, shot in the abdomen; had fal len across his body. She was still a.live, and was at once conveyed to St. Bar-, tholomew's Hospital. The landlord, • Wade, with a revolver in his hand, stood in the passage, and . was arrested. Inquiries show that the shot which was, responsible for the death of -Clayton was fired thro...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW LANGUAGE. SUPPOSED TO BE SLANG. REMARKABLE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

A NEW LANGUAGE. SUPPOSED TO BE SLANG. REMARKABLE STORY. Does anybody know Agrach? This is the name of the language of , a young man who is under examination by the Paris judge, M,' Koty. The man was arrested £or vagrancy, and the police man who took him in charge failed to make head or tail of the strange gibberish . in which the man spoke. Before the judge he continued to speak In, his incomprehensible lan guage, with a few words hove and there very. curiously like English, French, and German. After much: inquiry; it is supposed that the young man is Ritard Amord, that he has -relations in Paris and a sister named Iilian. - He has drawn a mysterious map of his wanderings, 'in which Havre and New York , are be lieved to be included, but much interest ..is attached to a place called by him Listion,, apparently a, day's railway journey ' from Boston, in America. ' Testalnents' In 70' languages and dialects hayo been shown to him, but he' understands nothing. Interpreters of all Europe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEIGHT OF A CROWD. RESULTS OF NEW EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

WEIGHT OP A CROWD. RESULTS OF NEW EXPERIMENTS.. "What is the weight of a crowd? For years Trautwine's theory that the maxi mum pressure per square foot of floor was from SOlb to 1001b was generally ac cepted. Recent experiments show that it is entirely wrong, that a pressure of 1501b in common in the crowds at theatres and processions, and that a pressure of over ISOIbs is frequently pos sible. The experimen ts wore .carried out by means -of a wooden, pen ' CCt by 6ft. Twenty-four men within it' gave a pres sure of S'tlb, twenty-eight men 1301b., and thirty-seven men 1511b. The "crowd" included no giants, the average weight being about eleven stone. The experi menters were not packed closely, could; move their limbs, and stood in any posi tion they chose. The conditions re sembled those constantly occurring- on, railway platforms at busy hours of the day and on the stairs outside theatre doors. At the end an.attempt was made to olit,iin the conditions prevailing when a really dense ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANURING VINES. VALUE OF PHOSPHATIC MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

MANURING VINES. VALUE OF PHOSPHATIC MANURES. I ■ M. Coste-Floret, a recognised French , authority on viticulture, has been for a number of years carrying1 out a series of experiments in manuring vines. He haa arrived at the ^conclusion that phosplia- 'j tic manures should lbe used in all vine- j yardsfor the following reasons:— I 1. They cause the fruit to set better at j flowering time. Non-setting is frequently due to want .of phosphorus, the great re- . gulator and basis of seed nutrition. The ^ seed is the true fruit of the vine, the ob- ■ ject.- for which nature provided the I berry. , ' 2. They increase , the percentage of ! sugar in the juice, and thus, in many cases thev quality of the wine. (This I point, is important in view of the demand j fov full-bodied wines for export.) It is j a well-known' fact that choice wines are i much richer in phosphorus than common j ones. 3. They hasten the ' maturity of the fruit. 4. They regulate fermentation, thus enabling a better and so...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PONY AND CHICKENS. STRANGE CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

A PONY AND CHICKENS. STRANGE CONDUCT. "A very curious thing occurred the other clay," writes a correspondent of the "Westminster Gazette" from Devonshire. "A meadow was rented by a blacksmith, the landlord reserving the right of a run for his poultry. Every evening a pony w.'us turned into the field,, being fetched early in the morning. It was an intelligent Dartmoor, that would follow its master liko a dog. • First one, then another hen was found dead; never a day passed without a,death, and once as many as four chickens lay scattered in different parts of the field. At the end of ten days the casualty list had risen to fourteen. .It was mysterious, no one could determine the cause of death. It certainly coukl be neither a cat, nor a' dog, nor a fox, for the chickens were not eaten or injured, the loss of'a.Cow fea thers being the only outward marks of violence. THE MYSTERY SOLVED. "One Sunday, very early, a, man passed the field. He saw the pony charge suddenly into the fowls, sca...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Solution of Mottles in Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

New Solution of Blottles in Butter. According to a bulletin just Issued by. the New York experiment station the question of what causes mottles in but ter has got to be fought all over again. ! No question that has ever come up in buttermaking. has been as thoroughly ' discussed, and,"'as was supposed, fully ; Bottled as has this one. And now comes jhis bulletin,. which says we are alto-, gether wrong; and that the leaving of I buttermilk in the butter is primarily the j cause of the mottles. j The bulletin in full indicates that the . solution of the problem was arrived at after an exhaustive series of experi ments, arid may be correct, but we an- ' xlously wait to h«ar from the many ad- , vocatcs of unequal distribution of the : salt, insufficient working of the butter, churning at too high a temperature, and working in water at too low temperature. Settle the question once for all and don't spring any more surprises upon us. The bulletin in full is as follows:— 1 1. Salt brine do...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND FIELD. Eusilage in the United States. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

Fj**w*wu mis, j Eusilage in the United States. Silos in the United States are more nu merous than haystacks in Australia. That the converting of green fodder Into ensilage has become common 011 farms is shown by the following extract from the New York "Tribune":— The days of . silo filling are upon us, and in the next three weeks and later nearly a half-mil lion silos will be fllle'd in the northern States. Many townships in the "Western j Reserve of Ohio have from 80 to 100 silos | each, an more are building. As the years ■ come, silo filling is becoming a specialty with certain men, really jobbers. They j get the largest cutters possible, and if j teams and men can be had will fill a j large silo in a day and will try to fill 30 j or more silos in a month. This means j that some of the maize on their route J must be cut much too soon and much too late, so as to have "Smith fill our silo because he rushes things and never breaks down." This applies to any ; number of Smiths, for of...

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 — 15 April 1910

EiI87iO!l OF PASTURES P80TE8TO ISSSSi - '!*7:1 ID E--II Ilf PeiMms entitled to vote " iil. tho Election of Directors of Mm Pastures Protection JJotird for the i'lirturefi 'Protection District of Molong iimy be inspected at iill Police Stations, Post OtfiocH, and Crown Lands Offices lifhiu the PasturesPmtection Dis triut.' All applications fioni person! "hiiming to be entitled to have their names inl<l<><] to the Roll must be loi!;r' <l with me before FWDATt, '29xh; Ai'iUl;, 1910, and must slaty fully riii' y iotinds on .which the application lillilio. > Tin.-qualification entitling n person to vote 'is that such person u liable1 to bp assessed fur payment of rates under lire Pastures Pro taction Act, and linn paid nil such rates dtie by him. Every such person is r ntitli d to at least one vote. Evi'ry; pcrsi.n who is tlio owner or occupier of a holdingi •and who bus tui^ head or 111010 of large stock, or 100 sheep ornioie, or the are...

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 — 15 April 1910

Either i I|g|r § •vBSiGhFS' '{fcfi®.'" • '-':i 38tlUi. ,r!'ri. - ■ j Dpsjro to 1? ve ' i>*ir ri' | Each Head of wo. ffomoantj a I War Her in i/)3 ( interests Oj His 0 .hi' en . > call/-M.a cr. hhY.T \ :\ jl }:' Prccccds - : zvtci-', I Tru«! ^couni: Ean' K, " tV:" WogI n'-rsiiouss: ' ! ''* • Iiju jl3us: t 1 13 «• CP,Pr ' F©s* SaEe. £|NE New Wiii|luiili{ ()i>:ai.'Wo, 20ft.. Tower, in,j u/tiiueki-d^ulso, One Now Massey-Mynis Sam or 'Drill, nevor bArti u»"d. I F.#. OS HO RN CiH'lindti," Eutniwra Road. ' OR ANGE.... . Thursday April 21, SH@ep~. EANE11S 'D WETHERS. j. s. leeds arcoj, Stileraieu, OrnnRn." Parker Studi< Leaving Oarsowincb-a on WSay 6th. Uonie and liavo your Photo (idien b'iforo it is too late. One Dozen Cabinets and Eniars?3 • ment for 16/ The Studio not open all dny Wednes

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 — 15 April 1910

Winter is Coming ! See our stock of Blankets, Rugs and guilts, French Flannels, Flannelette Blouslngs, Flannelettes, Flannels, &c. Cosy cand Warm. 'QUALITY THE BEST. PRICES BEDROCK. Boots and Shoes a Speciality. C. L. T. McDonagh, ■ Enterprise Stores

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Teachers' Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

Teachers' Meeting. The first regular nx-ntlily snefliiiicr of the Crtticwiiidrn and Di«r.ricl■I'uhlio! Scli'iol Touchers' Apsnciai.jini .v«s li^M nu Stif-iirdiiy last in tlio , Ji Public School loom tit 11 ii.in. I.lier'o avht« ■yvfisnnt: — Mii« McKenzie, fin'"! M Oavssnr, Mtiir, ami Dunklpy ((.iifiir). Thn.rpeijfiiation of .thn Ml-mnrj! nnd trfiasuifir, Mr Ro bison,- wan prr.sonted. i who it. wn.s tr'fl wnsfonnpt Iv t*flobn«i of Olinucur Public- Sditool, imd lind bson-'(■uiiH'iid to Rohuwuud Public School, (',<?»! Covwa. Mi- .Dunklpy rnovrd. nnd M"r Muiv si?o.oi.'drd, ihiir. ttii'V wii!i: to Mr Hold-, s-nn nxjuc.^-ing: vrjjt-oC ml t IkvIij^sof lii_> •nh!« mid hci vic«, n::(l fs!.*o c<>< avHtulaiing; him on his rniuiinge;-< Ciicricit ■The unnual meeting «ns (.hen gone on will). . . ■'■../:■ : r The tinaTiciai report !-iio-.v(jd ;i orodil; balnuc- cf £'2 13k . Tliii ol.'X'Uon «..f . r.»>ulled ■ »«-. follows :— President.'-."Mi" Dui...

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 — 15 April 1910

'Ctfinmer-pSal Banking.' Co. of Sydney, Ltd, ; Capital Paul Up.. £1,500,0.0.0 0 0 Eeserve Fund .. £1,310,000 0 0 Reserve (Jupital £1,500,000 0 0 £4,340,000 0 0 Liberal Advances Wade on Ap proved Securities. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at Interast. All,Usual Banking Business Trans VaCBLATOHFOKD, Ninnnger Oanowiudra Branch. 18/1/99 B Mr. B. JQME3 SURGEON :: D E B T I S T, # & COWRA, & # Will visit CanowlivJra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Date of Next Visit, 23tli and 24th APRIL. . E. M FBWN, SOLICITOR and Commissioner for Affidavits, Canowindra. The Junction Hotel Under its Now n I. GOONEY, (Liilo of Impprinl . rii)tnl,"Mnilgoo). —will still r(»'i\iiin — - - 1 HE HOTEL - - At whircli t.lie bust of'AccomiuoiliiUun un<l Jjiquors .arn obtainable. •Calt in and you are .assured a honrty welcome. M. T. OOONHY, JUNCTION HOTRTj, OASOWLNDTU. WILLIAM A RAH, LICENSED SURVEYOR, R.P. ACT. LEVELS TAKEN FOR ANY PUUPOSB. . 'Addiirsb : " Gx.ENROt," Oranqk.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

* who some times require^ a Stimulant, k s£T: nothing is £ ^ purer or ssier than WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS) effective HH health ^ reservsvtive.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 15,1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

THE caarowihbra stab FIJ I IM Y, AL'lilij 15, 1010. Loca§ amS Genera.!. Following /is the result of tho pnll for the Onnoivindra Riilirlivision :— ' Brown.Pigott'295, informal 9. Mr. N. L.'ivei'coinlip, tho wp!I• known local ciunmisftion agent, has ndtni I tori Mr. J Tl Afnoro, of us n partner in tho business. Mr. Moorn ■is well up in this olass of bu«inesH, •and ia un export amongst various kind* of stock, an tho'iioir firm, boiii" both young mnn of expeiii'iino and enterprise. should meet ■ v-ith n fair meaMiro of pucftoss. A mid fntnlity occurred fit Goola gong on Monday Inst, n youth named Arthur Payne, aged 19, being killed ovviii(j to a horse ho was riding running him against a troo. Thn Coroner hold an inquiry on Tuesday, and a verdict of accidental death was recorded. At a mooting of thn local Our Uovb' Junior Football Club ov Tuesday ' evening last the fallowing oflicors wcro olecti'd for tlio ensuing -year Presi-1 dntit, Mr.Gwv Nowtnan ; Sccrefnry, H. Punk ; Tronfurpr, Jnn...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW SULLIVAN SAW THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

HOW SULLIVAN SAW THE MAYOR. This tale is written because one Slme- ' on Armstrong — lawyer — wanted a private autllenne. with .Mayor Dunne "in re" some appointment or ether. He re fused to go in when the publie was ad mitted, and insisted, on a. special hearing of his business. .As he persistently re fused to state the nature of this latter he .was denied from day to day until his disappointments covered nearly two weeks. Wherefore his Job-like patience may bo supposed to have llown, ana he took counsel with his Irish mother wit. " At the conclusion of this inward pow wow he smote rapturously- the arm of the chair in which he had languished so vainly and so long, and thereafter kept . a wary eye bent upon, the outer door of the ants-room. . Divers folk in the course of time passed in land out, but , until the entry of a. newspaper man of his acquaint ance it was evident that Simeon's vigi lance was withou.t fruit. Then, however, the lawyer rose and buttonholed the scribe. "What arc ...

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 — 15 April 1910

We have Just Opened our First Shipment ©f Winter Drapery. & large stock of Dresses,.Clothing, Flannel, Blousings, Rugs, Blankets, &c. We ®carry "uthe largest and best assorted stock in the district, N and prices to suit all pocke ts. Tm sxpisSa 3 d J. Finn, ii iMTiini 111 ■ i ■ iii-iiiMiin ii mi in - ---- - - • .I i iiiii i Mini in iiii nmmiBi ■ mil ii ii II in mi iiifnim iiwunnr iiniiiiiriii iiim in mil mill 111 i'f i iiimi II IT 11 l"TiTTTT II mi 11 li 11 li 111111 ill mil I in iiifinfflTTtiiir rirnrimimiTiirnTnriniii ■ iiibihiwiiibihimi EUGENE F1KN, Auctioneer, STOCK & STATIOH AGENT, Canovvindra, Agent for H. V. McKay's isunehine Machinery. A. MAK1N, (GENERAL CARTER GRAVEL AND SAND ALWAYS ON HAND. Wood and Water in any Quantity. f Horse and Sulky for hire always on band. , A. MA-KIN, CANOWINDRA. fEDERAL BAKERY SWjETL YOUNG desires. to. ihanlc the ' pul'lie fur the generous fmtronitffe >. xtnTidod to him since opening; busi ness in Onn i\vindra, and havi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

Beware 2 Of doubtful opticians who nifty givo you wrong Glasses. Wrong' Hlasses arc glasses not suited to your si^lit. Cilass-es (fitted after a proton.:o "at examination) which strain your eyes and make them aoho and tired. \Vlien'goiii!j to a firm with such a high ropn iation as Mb Ehxkst Bosch, of Martin Place and Pitt-street, Sydnoy, you are cortaiu to pot tho very best eyo service obtaiunble. His export representative, Mr 0. Mayors, who is so woll known to many of our roadors, will a^ain visit, this district, anil may bis soen nt t.hn Viorouu TIotho, Cv.s'ou-i N'mu, on JVION D AY, APRIL 25 ru (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.). Bo sure and make a note of the data.*

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