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

Obituary. At her residence, Alectown, on 5th inst., the death took place of Mrs Nicholas, senr., at the ripe age of 82 yours. About a week previous the deceased lady had to take to her bed, and serious symptoms developing, her family was sent for. All her children were present at her death. During the last three days Mrs Nicholas was in a very low and unconscious state, and she passed peacefully away to her long rest without gaining conscious ness—the painless and quiet ending being a fitting one to such a long life. A family of four boys and three girls, and a largo number of grand and greatgrand children are left to mourn their sad loss, and much sympathy is felt, for the sorrowing ones in their sad bereavement. The mortal remains were laid to rest beside those of her husband, who predeceased her by some 15 years, in the Church of Eng- land portion of tho Parkes cemetery, the last sad rites being performed by Rev. R. Seymour Smith. She late Mrs Nicholas was a native  ...

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

Local Topics The rails on the Cowra-Canowindra railway will ho laid to Canowindra in about a month's time. Mr G. Newman has been appointed seoretary of the local P.A. and H. Association at a salary of £25 per annum. Mr F. G. Crowe and family, who have been residing at Hurstvillo since leaving the Belubula, have now taken up their residence on part of the Tenandra estate, on the Woodstock road. We are pleased to welcome them back to our district. There were very large congregations at the two services in the local Church of England on Sunday last, Mrs Bethell spoke to a large audience iu the local hall on Saturday night last On behalf of Mr Tom Brown. She is a good speaker, and was atten tively listened to throughout. Mr Jos. Jones presided. Several farmers have commenced wheat sowing operations. Mr W. 0. Plowman and his wife and family took their departure from Canowindra this week. It is Mr Plowman's intention to take a trip to Java before again nettling down iu business. Messrs C....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRON HAND FOB STOKERS. SIX WEEKS FOR COUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

IRON HAND FOB STOKERS. > SIX WEEKS FOR COUGHING. ■.There has been . a further recrudes cence of trouble in the FvOyal Navy Barracks, where about? half the men of seamen and stoker ratings renininod "over Christmas, while the re.ss pro ceeded, on leave. The affair, fortun ately, did (not reach the acuto phase of "the November riots, but it is re garded as somewhat serious. Oil 24th December (says the ".Daily News"), at about nine o'clock, Com ma.ntler,. Sinclair went the rounds of the barracks, and in the course of his tour looked in-iat the cant con. As he entered the bugle sounder! "Still," and' immediately the men obeyed.' Having looked round the 'place, tlw Commander was about to leave when a seaman was heard to cough. It is suggested that the cough was an. unnatural one, aivd the man was ordered to be placet! under arrest, !with both legs in irons. Next morn ing he was taken before Commodore Galloway, who last week succeeded Commodore Stopford, and, evidence haying been given...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SREECE AND MACEDONIA. STATEMENT BY THE GREEK PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

5REECE AND MACEDONIA. STATEMENT BY THE GREEK PREMIER. a telegram to the "Westminster Ga zette" from Reuter's correspondent at Athens, gives particulars ot a speech which was briefly cabled on 21st De cember. . The correspondent stated that an im portant discussion on the foreign policy of Greece took place in the Chamber. As M. Skouses, Minister of Foreign Affairs, was confined to bed with gout, Mr Theo tokis, the Premier, replied to the inter peilators on his behalf. Tho Premier said the Cretan question had . received'a solution which musf be regarded as a great step towards the union of the island with Greece. With regard to the Greco-Roumanian conflict, the Premier said that the Greek Govern ment had taken no.step, and had made no advances-towards an understanding ■with Roumania. The Government could not do so because the conflict was not provoked by Greece, which would never take the first step towards reconcilia tion. Roumania demanded that Greece should intervene in matters' f...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOT THROUGH THE BRAIR STRANGE RESULTS. A WONDERFUL OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

[SHOT THROUGH THE BRAIK STRANGE RESULTS. A WONDERFUL OPERATION. The "Sail Frjmcisco Examiner" of 9tl) October writes:— "Earl A. Sargent, University man and i thief, must begin life anew, as a little child. He cannot express the simplest ' sentence, though he can think. He. has been shot away from all his past, so far as expression is concerned,. His thoughts may dwell on " Shakespeare and Dante, but his stumbling lips canr not so much as say, "Give me a drink; of water." . Now the doctors are trying to make a. new man of him—trying to. give back. the1 power to say through his lips thej high .things, or low tilings, his other self may feel. They will try to make him remember the phrases of an. edu cated philosopher and forget the phrases of an.-educated rascal. > ' He is the man who .was.'. His past is a nightmare; his present is a blank; his future is a. problem. To the student of. medicine and of the mind he is' a freak of 'aphasla^an' aphasia '. superinduced by a bullet through...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAD HATING INSECTS THE GIANT WOOD WASP. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

1 LEAD HATING INSECTS, THE GIANT WOOD WASP. ' At first this sounds somewhat like' drawing vu longbow" Lead-eating insect's—i.:.possible !" Wo know of tho wood-eating moth, which will calmly bite its way ' cut of a drawee or box it Is piaced in, and of numerous other wood-eating, and boriiig insects, such us tho steal blue wasp (sirax juvoncus), the pine Sawfly Xlophyi'.us pini),' pine weevil (hylodtis abi.cti), &c., all of which do a' great deal of damage. Hitherto, lead 'has' been considered to be safe '.from insect pests, but Mr W. Beaumont ..Hart, I'M.C., F.C.S., ■ lias" dispelled this fond illusion, i Mr Hart was ' supervntending tho ■, erection of an explosive,works near | Constantinople soni'e years ago, and in the course of his work had to use timber baulks covered' with sheet lead one-eig*hth of an inch thick. Ho .was warned by a man with practical experience in .South Africa of the danger of perforation by an 'insect known as the wood worm'. • . Shortly 'after that ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DOG AND PONY CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

THE DOG AND PONY CIRCUS% (By Julia Knight.) "Ha-i, Ted!", y •„ "Ha-1, Charley!" Those greetings (supposed to mean i How are you?) passed between two boys at the counter of Taylor's grocery'inthe village one summer.morning. '.'Going to the clreus?" asked Charley,,; jingling some coins'In'his hand. I '-'Well, sir, it I didn't forgot ail about, it! This is the' day, isn't it? We have company, :and. I've. had. to-hustle, so I haven'.t had time--to wink! You going?" "Course! I'm going to carry water and get in free! Come on and, see if you: can't-get a job!" ■ . ' / : • "I've' got to take , these lemons, homo first, then I'll go," answered Ted, and,;, seizing the'bag handed him by the clerk, he" shot out of - -the store ;and up : the street, iloaving Charley with his mouth open staring alter him.-, The lemons were fling on -'the kitchen table, and Ted's legs were carrying him over the back fence, where he could not: be reached by _further orders, before-his. return from the store was dis...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

WEDDING ETIQUETTE. ' In -those days when reform has become the watchword of everything connected with ceremonial, the minute of the eti quette surrounding' what has been justly styled the greatest event in a single wo man's life, tends'to'become more simple and less elaborate. . It used to be felt that the privileges-of a married woman were so mvjch' greater than are those of a girl that something should lie done to mark the change, (says a contemporary) and that even on the/wedding day Itself. ;^ThIs, perhaps, was why 'a bride w)io, before . her' mar riage, had .worn no jewels' saVis her sim-. pie engagement ring, 'appeared' on . -her bridal morning wearing strings of pearls, • more than one diamond' necklace, and bracelets from'-.wrlSt to .elbo'w ! - A huge white'bouquet was a' sine qua non, as was also the lace yell" which weighed down a substantial wreath of range blos soms! r ' ■ BRIDES "WEA R FEW JEWELS. The -twentieth century bride' wears few, if any, jewels-; a sheaf of whit...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WIDE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

THE WIDE WORLD Under the title " Madness of a War Between England and Germany," Sir Robert Reid, ex-Attorney-Generai of 'Efigland, contributes an article to tlie "Deutsche Revue." in which he pro tests most energetically against the ad missibility of an Anglo - German war and severely ccnsures the Press cam . paign being carried on in both countries. Sir Robert says that the chief cause of wars is generally to be found in the re collection of some wrong suffered in the past, arid this cause does not exist be • tween England and Germany. The two countries have fought side by side, but never, against each other, and therefore they should bo friends and not enemies. .England has no desire to damage Ger many's position on the Continent nor to threaten hei< colonies. He asserts that the Ang'.o-Frcrich Treaty is no menace, - to .Germany, but merely the outcome o£ , a recognition on both sides of' the Chan nel,- after many disagreeable incidents, | that it.is better to live in.;...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A STAGE-STRUCK FOOTMAN. HIS LITTLE AMOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

' v A STAGE-STRUCK FOOTMAN. • ' ' HIS ,LITT.L,E AMOUUS. Rarely lias a police court case been, productive of. so much laughter -as one which ;came lately before: the chief magistrate at Hanover. . t: )• t. Hermann'-.-I)uve, a rootman, was ac cused of -annoying a servant -i girl,1 named Emma Kuchel, with whom-ho had fallen violently in'love: The girl, while reiusing vto .■ listen -to hl.s suit, : ■-admitted that- for some • reason she lound it.impossible to resist.his blan ■ dislimcnls- when he was. near. her. ■t - The- evidence d 1 sclosed *th'at: the • fas cinating footman a-soul-soared -above Ins prosaic vocation.. His great ambi-. lion was to-be an actoy, and play, the parts of the. dashing youthlul lover. I-Ic had placed his histrionic ambitions at the service of the Court Theatre in .Hariover,: but his over tures had not met with appreciative response fr.om the management: . if The accused's, letters • that were read* in court provoked / unending merri ] ment, being composed alm...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FANCY FOOTSTOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

•" fancy footstools. .... Footstools are, to be fashionable again, j preferably round .- ones. ' The gobelin I stitch, as ■ used V iri?:. gobelin .tapestries,-, makes an. admirable design for -a foot-, stool. .<■ .If . anyone 'would like an.«Ulu8 tratioix of the .stitch-,- T shall. be. ple/tsed to give" 'it: -r-'Embroidery stitches- have not been in great request,-which is-sur prising, ■ as they are . greatly used upon dresses.. ,. -

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Halley's Comet. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Haliey's Comet. This celestial 'wanderer was first aeon . in li.O. 12, ami revisits the glimpses of■our earth every 66 yo iv*, after u. journey into space • of ;5.U()() ■ million- miles, nnd.it now.can be neon in : t-.he liortli-oustoni sky. ■"■'Mr II. 0. McKay,- in; tlio " Lone • lliind,".> says tlint" towards the ond ofi. March it heooinesvisible iii:the morning before, twilight and sunrise. 'In tho coining mouth it will- iucreaso■in brightness. • with great rajiiditv, owing to the earth and -the .comet sweeping nunid'-to limet each other. : During April it will mi lew ir,s nearest approach •to-"the sun ; (op million miles),vand will he fti very brilliant object, in tho-.m:)i-iting- In coming visible ;to tlionuked Ryu. It must bo looked for " in i t.he north-ea^t (mi hour 'or .ho baforo sunrise towards tho end of "April). >* In .tlio first part of May it sweeps to^nieot the earth and it will rifsolnier nndliitor. till just be fore the I9r.li, .when-it "will probably be like ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SHAVING TIDY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

-A SHAVING TIDY. „ -A nice shaving tidy can be 'made of colored linen, with a monogram' worked in Mount Mellick thread. -■ The top ,1s bound -with ribbon, and has a ribbon .from each corner, by which it hangs over the. shaving papers.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Successful Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

'A Successful: VisStok Wo are pleaded to report tlmfc Mil. W. A. Taaj-fk, Opht.hnlinic Opliciuu : rtnfl • Sight Specialist for ANG-tTS . & OOO'L'E, 492 Giwgo St.root. Sydney, IiimI a mostsuuijo.sil'ul return visit' to Cunowindiu tliij vrenk. In' order to cope with the inuroasing business ho will in future visit maro frequentlr. The iioxt vi<it wiil be made next month, when Mr. -Tanffe may ho consulted as usual at = Boyd!s Victoria Hotel - free of oliur.jrc. Sole lights for Fcrfcstion Eyes fitted to move.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Mortgaging of Showgrounds. SOCIETIES' POWERS UNDER THE NEW ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

The Mortgaging of Showgrounds, j societies' power:-! under tlil'j new act. There ROi'ius fn bo great uncertainty among**- tl\o guuovul public a-i to the to.'ins of the act passed lust your em powering the trustees hE bind held for alio*v purposes to soil, I piish or mort gage their properties. l?ho net passed into tlie Gtnluo book so quiotly' tliut little was-heard of it, with the result that many still remain ignorant of its contents. E'or tlio information of those interested, therefore, it may be ndvis-^ able to publish 0110 or two of the principal clauses. They are :— " Any trustees may, at a meeting called for the purpose. pass n special resolution that it is desirable to Veil, lease, or mortgage any lands or unv part, I hereof, upon fcpucified terms and condi'ions. " Fourteen days after the notice of tlio passing of tlii.-i resolution has ap peared in the public press, tho trustees may apply to tlio Minister for Agricul ture for his consent,to such proposed sale, lease, or mort...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Viennese Optician [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

The Viennese Optician KTt. S. A:. HASSKR'S nihny iosM mfci-ow I .will lie giaii In Ion:-:! tliii'l i>'nl!-l.-inr.rii | Vionnosp anil !Ojihlluilmii: Uptiaian ! 'mid • Spestntb M.u;.n\ o«'0!i:illi< !J/>usa, No. j 10, iliivil jlinif, i\!avt:ii J'timo. PyclMrt.v, will | •pay (3i"i<!*.Vin«lra )ti« iwinl pmiuj.wj] visit im' Tliui'siliiy iiiui I'Viduy, May flt.!i misl (irli, Its 10, iiu'd miiy Ii3 fit- N'ie toria Hotel. Piiviiijr u trip 'round Hip world Mr. Biisst".'visiicri :U;.t tijitifd! (josol'l/'jiiilr)::, Mi;'.' York. Vii>i::i:i. .Hur'.i:) ■■ !fu fruai <a»fh of v.liii-li ho lui'.il-i •eceilcallai.i. mi'l in a 1m a'oualilio;! master of iJie t'l'ifiVl; Opfiwil AssoiiinfiMii. All clercr'tij. '6'ftho ••'ighi eorrnctwl, and jrfas.-M.vf •KjiftBiallv'' Fi'ii- m-oair licudaisli'iw. YOnr si(ih'l; ■ tested with tlio lato-a iuveuteil iMmnitiit.. 'Oimsnltatimi froe of pharfjo. 3Tr. jiaVHei" 'may ha consulted in psisoii. mo as t.> g-imiyiri ! too tko h...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The Prospects Before Barley Growers. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

The Prospects Before Barley Growers. Great credit must be give;] ti) the big 'Sydney'brewers for the efforts \nade by them to induce our farmers to tike up the cultivation of barley. And there is a good • reason why our farmers should engage in this industry, for, properly conducted, it is highly profitable, and Messrs Tooth and Co. alone are able to spend from L30,000 to L40.000 in the purchase of New South Wales grown barley when our farmers are able to supply them. The difficulty, of course, is that in many of the districts all over the state, in which this cereal may be grown to perfection, our farmers have not learnt how to grow it and harvest it. And for malting pur poses, the barley must be bagged in just a certain state for the best reaults.and the best prices. If the fanner succeed he will get a price from 50 to 100 per cent above the wheat equivalent, but; if he fail he may find it much less profitable than wheat growing. Our folk have to learn to grow it, and the •' Farme...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Land Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Lartcl Notices, Approver! residential lerioeB:—3ohn Tliorhns Webster, of Bu'rd'etfc, liO acres, ^parish Toogo'ng, Bore'o Sliire, i roiilril'£2 I!5s. The following will be made aVail'abl'o on Juno 9: — Land district of Molbhg, un'i Boree ■ _ Shire. / i At £2 1 Os per'acre. Ooun f.y of Ashb'ur'nham, parish of iToogong, containing an area of about •200 iiuros. Tho 'Crown lands within tli'o following ,'boundaries : Commpn cin'g lit tlio 'north-oast corner of portion IGr; bounded thence !by ; the road '"from To'o'^'ong ' to OunoVindra rldrtli ivesteHy to the 'suburban lands of 'village of Too'gong; by; 'those lands \vost t'o'a point 'north of "the !ii6rth wnst'eonior 'of portion 163:; by 'a"-line heiiriiig'srtiitli 'to the -'northern biiun drii'v of 'portion 197"; bv part of the nor i hern ' ai'i d' t li o'ti orHi - wes'torn 'boun diii'iositi'jVrirtion 1 5>7'"; by "tip "eastern nnd'a; northern bburid'ary 'of "po'rtion <83, parishOf Nangar, and "'flh'e''north ern boundary of...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE REFERENDUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

THE KRFERRNDUMS. Thp N.S.W." figurfis , iu onnnect.ioii wUh tho referendum^ .now nro Finance—Y«s, '218,937 ; No,-2.Mj 898. ' ■ ' Rbito • Debts—TTi*s, 152,391 ; No. 31)7,631. •- •

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Farm Laborers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

^Fasrnh Laborers' Union. 'Several 'attempts,'ha've been made to [inaugurate unions of farm laborers in the. Commonwealth,'and it may be certain thai'several tiiore attempts will be. made 'in'thc 'hear future, and that a Labor Goyeriimelit will look favorably upon 'them. _ , _" . . , .'FarmeVs may have very little idea of 'what'this-will mean to them, but they : can forth. a fairly accurate notion by ; reriieuibet'iilg tliat all that the New Zea land Fariii Laborers'Union demanded of .the Arbitration Court in Wellington, farih laborers in Australia will demand here. 'Oiie of those d'emUnds-was that : hours on five days of the week iind , hours on Saturday should constitute a _ , week's work. ( .. . . . . Another 'provideel \ for the 'following holidays':—New Year's Day, Gooil Fri day, Easter Monday, local sports day, Labor Day, King's Birthday,. Christmas Bay, Bbxinj»;-Day,-bnd'a week'i'n'No^feroV. • ber and May, at full pay; als6 i'. half- • holiday on'Saturday (except at harvest •t...

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