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THE CRANITE CITY. ROYAL VISIT. NEW UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS. CRIPPLED LABORER DECORATED. THE GARGANTUAN BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

i THE GRANITE CITY, ROYAL VISIT. NEW UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS. CRIPPLED LABORER DECORATED. - THE GARGANTUAN BANQUET. Prom Aberdeen on the 27th Septem ber, the: special correspondent ot the London "Daily Mail" wrote:— Amid the acclamations o£ thousands of enthusiastic Scotsmen the King to-day declared the new buildings o£ Aber deen University open. ' ; When the royal train with the King and Queen steamed into Aberdeen sta f'tion at a quarter-past twelve a summer sun was .turning the massive granite I city, with ; its gay'decorations and its I streets crowded with thousands of joyous spectators, into a gigantic pic ; turo. I On the platform were the Lord Pro j vost of Aberdeen, Lord Strathcona, and ! Sir Frederick Treves. As soon as his i Majesty alighted, Mr John Sinclair. M.P.,. who travelled in the same train, introduced the Lord Provost, and the :King in turn introduced him to' the ■ Queen. Then, with tto<3 quaint ceremo nial of old, the J^ord Provost presented his Majesty ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What a Lump of Coal can do. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

What a Lump of Coal can do. A single pound of coul is capable of pio Cueing 236 borse-power, and could do the work of nn expross locomotive for one-fifth of a minute. In othar words, it is enough to hn.nl a train of eight cars, including the Pullman sleeping cars and dining-curs, at tho rate of fifty miles an hour one-sixth of a mile. In sawing wood, a man may work at the rate of abont sixty strokes a minute, and his law-blade may have progressed five feot a minute, bat a circular-saw, driven hy mach inery, will out seventy times as much wood in the same time. And yet this one little pound of coal contains power enough for 180 ■uob saw). Druggitc: " Havo you the money (at <b« medicine, little boy 7" " No, mi'nm. Pop per said if you epnWo'l trust blip; hrd . r«th«r so without it tad get well."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM THE FOREIGN PRESS. SOME STRANGE STORIES. MINISTER'S HORSEMANSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

JEM THE FOREIGN PRESS.] SOME STRANGE STORIES. MINISTER'S HORSEMANSHIP. IAn eye-witness relates in the "Figaro" how M. Etienne, the French Minister for . War, astonished his entourage by in sisting on following the army manoeuvres on the plain of Lianges on horseback. The assumption being that the Minister had under-estimated the fatigue of keeping up with the cavalry, a quiet fat mare was picked out of a train battalion and provided with an easy saddle. M. Btionne burst out laughing when Major .Toumnot, his ad jutant, led the steed forward. "Tou have brought me a 'bus horse," he said. "Take her away. I was not born in Algeria for nothing! Why, I rode Arab stallions when I was a boy of 10! Bring me a cavalry horse, with some mettle in him!" Not without some misgivings, a charger was then procured from a hussar regiment, and the Indefatigable War Minister galloped off Into the thick of the fight. Soon afterwards, he found himself amongst the "enemy." "Tou are my prisoner, Monsieur le ...

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 — 15 April 1910

GsnsraS Carrier and Forwarding | - - Age^t. - - | Orders Promptly Attended to. - A. WEISS, - ■■■Wool and Produce Store, «■» , (Opposite Baihvny Station), A N O W! N D R A, C. H. Bus ABE JTJST OPENING UP 14 Packages of Dress Fabrics and Silks. Thesre are now being marked at Bushsgi's Famous Low Prices. They consist of all (lie Latest Productions from Fashions Groat Centres, and the variofy this season i* marvellously beautiful and must bo nePTi to be appreciated. Cashmeres, Serges, Voiles, Sicilian, Amazons, Panamas, Satin Cloth, Fancy Striped Tweed. Assuming that you buy for Value, u-r> invite von to see our Goods Feel them ; exumine them ; lot comparison convince you. iind you will find sound and solid reasons for purchasing your Winter Dress from BUSHELL < The Genuine Price CO.j rmecs. Victoria Hotel, Canowlndra," 5th and 6th May. Having returned from Vienna after an absence of IS months, during which I; studied in the best optical schools and liafe obtained by exami...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FRENCHMEN AND THEIR POPLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

FRENCHMEN AND THEIR POPLARS. Everyone is familiar with the monoto nous rows of straight, tail poplars which are such a characteristic-feature of the country roads In most parts of France. Recently, according to the "Country Gentleman,," the local authorities in a number of French districts have been passing resolutions recommending that these poplar avenues should be abolished The complaint is made by the French cultivator that the roots of the trees, .which, like those of the elm, run hori zontally, and close to the surface,- offer a troublesome obstacle to the ploughing of the cornfields, which cover such large areas along the roads. There is no one more strictly utilitarian than the French peasant,'and it will be interesting to see whether the sense ot the most artistic of nations allows him to eradicate his poplars or not. / Now the Latin-A mericaus may send to the Hague Conference delegates -who will have the assurance that the world has accepted the Monroe Doctrinc and that no...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL NOTES FOR SPECIAL READERS. The Coronation of King Corn. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

—▼ : SPECIAL NOTES FOR SPECIAL HEADERS. . The Coronation of King Corn. Australia has been blessed with the proa •wet of n phenomenal harvest. It creates nturoat in everything appertaining to tho ■loblest of human industry — husbandry, •mideiitally it reminds nie of the great hur st fostivals of tho old world, fttid this in ,/n leads to a notice of the greatest haivast ■\tival in the world—the coronation of King >rn in Western America Take 11117 great .vvn in tho corn belt, ffecfe before harvesl •lie preparations aro made for the festivi ms. The prominent citizens of the town '■jtrilr.ite to a fund lor decoration, music ■ I usually tho entertainment of towns •pic -and pies'* at a banquet. The snr of some leading orator are secured, jm<! •! President and his Cabinet and the State •irurnor are invited to attend with otlur pMibhis. A special week is set 'apr.rt ata me when the farmers have finished Rat.her t; tho grain and Iiavp leisure to attciul. ifiir presence is vory d...

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

• )'/>':% b viw •!;'! u>'.' v-ir-i mteheti. a, " r-.-.^nowirrt-.K -'Siow' with but ono J-. •*'!C Ihs'; ire! 03 ifiii'ic v;; »r»» sci^u 4'i viir.--, during Tim nnfc Jii.'ivor.s iw. ■.,,*1 iK.iir.UiO..::--! ;«><! ji" ««,. out nfi?;- i'lcy !M:1 :''■? run:;, lo'toT 111 th/'.n' IIkjmj \vi: nw.-oing lha wr. -r'i out, unci llio wifii 01)2 !e;.; oc-u '. ;>nc-anB6it !>y I'.'.-.vniu;. :\i'iur the mve ■ too y.'sve-n on»-U'irf;:«1 mim ws*pMnfc«> n{ 100 y:ir«ls "iiAV.nco for vlc-ia, a>:;i w:e nrer. tnv.n* nan i:i-!7oi ; ia noMii!'.!-' new u.ider the sun. Yov> <:!y jfil, 3iat'!?J Oi.> bic.yclftS V/i:,'.-. >- ■iilitml iin l a precedent for i •uiuwinira ui pus' ! Ho : Wi\a my sur.ncm loriy ? Blio : No I I tiuiod it. I» only teemei ioug.

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

The Financial Agreement ■ IIIIIIIIH II Mill—IIMir IllB It does not matter to us how you voted on Wednesday last, as far as the Political aspect of this question is concerned. WHAT DOES MATTER THOUGH How are you treating the question in your Home, on the Farm, and in your Daily Shopping ? Are you taking: advantage of Parker's Unrivalled Lowest Prices ? Do yeu reap the benefit of Someone's Business Ability ? Do you revel in the Great Savings to be made here ? Do you know that everything you pay for fs absolutely worth every farthing you pay for it? The Answer £)f every Thrifty Housewife is an emphatic "Yes," to every question when she obtains all her Requirements from Caleb Parker, " The Popular Stores," ■ CANOWI NDRA.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The 'Pilgrim's Record. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

The 'Pilgrim's Recor'cL In many critics of Egypt the hoimnB aro lie i-or.-ilcil with curious designs, nil relatinn ® • mon.' or Iocs marked ilegreo to travel. •# stu-rtiiing of tlu-sR ofrc-n renin rk;il)!e sv.ir-(|p u-enis is Unit I,tie owner of the building 1 o the shrine of Mahomet lit Meco*. s.i»* :s iliorefare nmien to he respected by his In* !->r>.(ini-.te fellow-firnntnroB. It is the am hi -II nl every trr." follower of Islam to go ou r.=:)il|,'i i)nnf;e'to wecon., and on his return he ;s given permission to'werir ft grean turban for -th« rest, of his divys. Ee is also fghren a lirle descriptive of his holy character, and is Htiofed to paint on 'She outside of his liouse s<£m:s v.-hioh w'iil reci'll to mind 'events .Mir uucir.'nvi mi liin journey to thrs sacred toi;i' 'l'he'fiBtrir-i .-.hows it native of Cm to paintin on siso wjill of-hia house various-- striking re lircs<!iif:itioiii> ut men arid tiii:i,<;s lie lias f-cr. •in his pil^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

The vital trade centre. ® Tho areiia of ceaseless activity. The unfailing index of the country's condition. The fleas that make the honey. The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution, The Farmers' and Growers' best friend.' Figs, Calves, Maize Consign your ' and othev FARM PRODUCE! to I fion oilc Mt No. 1 Corporation Buildings, 'UTGU. MCMb &L gamiCIl, Sussex & Market Sts., Sydney. ESTABLISHED 1SSO. For Top Prices and Prompt Payments Ship your MAIZE and POTATOES TO J. Jones &. Co. Ltd. coivijviss sioisr agents 233 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY Ws Supply all classes of Produce at Lowest Current Rates. Best Sacks only supplied Bankers: COMMERCIAL BANKING 00. OF SYDNEY (Haymarliet Branch) THE MACRAE COMPANY, MARKET WHARF, SYDNEY, Auctioneers and General Commission Agents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Wheaten Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard, Oati, Wheat and Straw always on hand at lowest possible prices. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. GROWFR1^ I Ship a" your ma|z...

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FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

FH.OW All One hundred Greeks and Turks, ;Wl Jn Turkish uniform, have murdered 1* Bulgarians and kidnapped four atN Klaidei'op, Fiorina, near Monastlr. 1 Mrs Nuewed: Mrs Oklwlfo lias had two new dresses to ray one. Mr Nue i wed: Quite so, my dear; but Mrs Old J wife hns had two husbands to your • one! | Railway carriages transformable into ; ambulance compartments for the use of ; sick passengers have been provided on j the Prussian railways for express routes. It■'is■ reported-' that .Darling luui called "tail", to England's toss tour times, and is now convinced that the English team hasn't got ■ one.— "Punch." . • Labrador lias dogs so fierce, states an {'American contemporary, that a heavy log of wood is tied to their necks to make them less dangerous to men and to weaker dogs. As a people, wc add little distinction' to the brighter side of life, but .wlieir • the occasion calls for it we never fail to play our part with impressiveuess.— "Broad Arrow." A new school hall and other ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SUGGESTIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SANITARY OR CERTIFIED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

SUGGESTIONS FOR THE PRO DUCTION OF SANITARY OK CERTIFIED MILK. The following suggestions for the production of sanitary or certified milk are issued by the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station,.in dealing with the subject " Sources, of Bacteria in Milk." Cleanuness. Stable.—i. Whitewash stables twice a year after thoroughly clean ing. 2. Feed after milking— sprin kle hay. 3. Get as much light, especially sun light, as possible into the stable. 4. A room for milking only is the most approved. > Keep dust out of stable. 6. Avoid dusty bedding. Milker.—1. Wear overall suits and cap for milking only—clean often and sterilise if convenient. 2. Thor oughly wash hands and face before milking. 3. Never moisten hands with milk, but vaseline is recom mended as both healing and useful to catch dirt that would otherwise fall in .pail. Milk Vessels.:—1. Rinse with cool or lukewarm water—wash thorough ly—rinse—boil or steam five min utes, or better, sterilise in steam steriliser. Invert...

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

BERKSHIRE PIGS. By James Barnes. In a previous issue of yours I advised farmers to mate large York shire boars with pure or half-bred Berkshire sows and later to cross again with pure Berkshire boars. THc reasons for these recommen dations will be easily seen if we con sider the characteristics of the two 1)reeds, and the essentials of a good marketable pig. The large York is long bodied and imparts size and. constitution to its progeny, although it lacks proper ham formations, a serious fault on the market. "The Berkshire is a much shorter and thicker pig, not so robust, but with well-shaped hams, so by the first cross the qualities of both are well combined, and a great improve-' ment on either breed in a pure state; but-not until the sows of this cross are again crossed with the pure Berkshire boar will the ideal pig be obtained, both for market and breeding purposes, marketable for their size and shape, and bleeders on account of the number in litter and ability to nourish young...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE PRINCESS OF BLAZES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

THE PRINCESS OF BLAZES ]ly IZOLA FORRESTER. n.,,.Slic came lo Blazes in the spring of the year. It ,was totally unexpected and sud Blaases. Twice a week the /stage made the trip from Blue City '.'tp*1'1 ma:1 anci Provisions, and, once " while'a passenger, but there never iuid been a woman passenger in tho history 0f Blazes, and the Lo™I' Tr neighbor was over at „e?,s, Wasii, where Mrs Logan in a laded pink sunbonnet upheld the dignity of her kind, as the sole f-peumen of femininity for a radius of ^sixteen miles. Everybody crowded up on the flat an?. ^K0rM,nff a/t0r raail and P^rs. ,and when she stopped out, and touch thc dust of Blazes with her preci ous, foot, there were no references re Ji.ih ' ^Uiit worshipped, and Miuf^up, and turned over a new leaf on^the etiquette of life in general. fc>hc wasn t so beautiful, but she a thu,i Was fearfully win "y/V After a few years of Bvelcss derness, standards of beauty take •2:?^ prejudice. That was somiiwV) ^an had been doomed u .^Ut o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALL TALK ABOUT EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

TALL TALK ABOUT EGGS. It is estimated, says an American paper, that the people of the United States consume daily 44,000,000 eggs. The output for the year reaches the enormous total of 16,000,000,000, enough to load a train that would stretch from Wash ington to Chicago, a distance of 900 miles. These eggs, if made into a necklacc and hung on the neck of the man in the moon, would hang dear down to the earth, and double back to the starting point. If made into one gigantic omelet, it would be large enough to envelop the whole earth, so that the man at cither pole could be eating off it at the same time. For doing all this the hen charges about £60,000, 000 a year for her keep. Evidently the American hen is a factor of enormous importance in the econo mics of Uncle Sam's domain.

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

&:•«?*>$ Wheat ^KDKl.'.VTU^ ini'l l'tirple Sl-raw. *'. • Si'oii '',Vif'"5i, good clean q uftU'y for ' " JONES BROS., Luukwood.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A Carpet of Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

A Carpet of Flowers. At TenerifTe, in the Canary Islands, may &e wen, tit the time of the feast of Connjs Christi, veritable curpets nmtie of Jonrj. •It has been the custom there for many years on the feast- of Corpus Christi to be;ir th» ancred Ho&t in procession thrnii^li tlie r.treota. The street* traversed by this solemn pro. cession ara literally enrpeted with flows* ■potuls by tho devout natives, For several weeks before the great d«y, Oowerj o; fdj feinds tire assiduously collected in baskets' trom the inexhaustible gai'tlniiti round ivbnui. After these have been sorted, according is eslour, the; ore torn to pieeaa aai ixi& iwrted into'oputant heaps of 'mgrnns petafs."' At dn.wn, on tlic morning of tliA festival, tnonlds of wood nncI curdbourd are phwrd i in position, and. Intel' on, Uio: liu,si;et>; "of;/, ■petdij we brought forwara by s'jovcf oil willing workers. Then, putiont'Jy un'd'slril-/ fully, the practise 1 " nvv.sls " biyin io lull •in tho...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Chance the Discoverer. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 15 April 1910

Cftmeo the DIscov&tqt. j Thfl story o'{ how Sir Isnno Nekton fire*, bad his attention directod to the subject of gravitation in so well known that it hardly hairs repetition. It Is said that -walking one day in the garden, he observed an appla full from over-ripenesj 'to the ground. This Bet him thinking, and rtie -result hm that ultimately he formulated the famous Iuw of gravitation. Through a somewhat similar chance observation did Galileo, the great Italian philosopher, discover the principle of •the pendulum. Whilst seated in the Cathe i drnl of I'isa, his native town, one day, ha j happened to while away a few moments by i observing the swing of the great lamp which j ;h'ing suspended from the roof. Suddenly it I struck him that however much or however little the lamp oscillated yet the space of lime occupied by the strokes was in every i -cas> 2saetly the same. At iirst he limited i ahe 'application of this new discovery to '■ |)ulse-incr.surement, and it was not un...

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

I Stray Pars. i I In Ornnfjn tho English Church ad herents am in favor of abolishing pew routs. Tho Jiov. Wulbor Taylor said that there vvnro arguments which could bn urged in favor of tho present system of pe.v routs, but upon hroad grounds Jjd was convincod that God's lumso should bo thrown open froe to all. Nadir, by Haunt Ilrinn from A[ori diiin (imp.). has been sold privately through (hn agniiuv of Messrs Tngli.s and fviii;to Mr J; Ohnw, tho owner of Harroujoey, for 500 guineas. Nadir will probably bo racud in tho couutry districts. ! Tlio Roman Catholic community of ■ Wellington presented u purao of 100 I sovereigns to Rov. Fathor Dimno, who \ recently recovered from ft sovore ill-1 noss. j Speaking at a social purity con forence in Melbourne, the U"V. 'Dr Kfltitoul said tho moral tone of Victoria was very much hotter than that of Now South Wales as yet. At a bazaar at Toralga, a prizo of. £3 3s given by Father Yaughnn for the m.iot popular lady within 50 miles of OrooUwell, w...

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

        Marriage. ANDERSON—OSBORNE. On 16th February, at Holy Trinity,   Brampton, London, by the Rev Wm Cree, M.A., of St. Matthias, Earl's   Court, assisted by the Rev A. W. Gough, Vicar of the Parish, Captain Warren Hastings Anderson, of the   Cheshire Regiment, elder son of the late General David Anderson, Colonel of the Cheshire Regiment, to Eileen Hamilton, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Hamilton Osborne, 'The Old Palace,' Chippenham, and late of Bangaroo, Canowindra, N.S.W.    

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