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The Calare Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

The Calare Electorate. The returns tip to the present are: —Mr Thou. B'oirn (Labour). 10 560; Mr H. R. M. Piggott (Liberal"), 9,147. The poll will he declared next Tuesday at Oondobolin. Folio.vintr are some of the figures so far obtainable for each aub-divi-. sion :— BROWN PIGGOTT Rnrmi'Jmun 247 ■ 302:' Rim bi 105 63 Bufjan Gate 299 177 Oanowindra 339 295 Oondnboliu 517 . 263 Oowra 1258 1085 •'Ouiunock-i. 1 52 223 Eugowra 172 . 174 • Forbes ■ 1392 731 Gr^nfell 1084 855 Mulong 548 844 Obley. 120 100 Pnrkes , 1188 1070 Peak Hill 561 1 297 Temora 810 792 Twin file' ; 242 177 Wellington 126 177 ijViirroo 146 156 Gudiil •' ■ 314 357 S Postal 79 ■ 127 9340 8440 For purposes of comparison wo give tho returns at the principal centrea for 1906 election :— ^ f . Brown Fitzpatriclc Pnrkes 850 883 Forbes ' 838 . 526 Peak Hill 272 209 Molong 171 380 Oowra 300 : 284 Temora 435 309 Ontidnbolin 340 260 Grenfnll 525 , 560 Onnowindrn, 203 165 Koorowatha 250 218' Bnrmodman 114 135 On rial 147 243 Bog...

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

. Ill . ■■—•— — Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd, Capital Paid Up.. £!,500,000 0 0 Eesorvo Fund .. £1,310,000 0 0 Reserve Capital £1,500,000 0 0 £•{,340,000 0 0 Liberal Advances Made on Ap proved Securities. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at Interest. . All Usual Banking Business Trans acted. V. HLATORFOKD, iianngor Canowindra Branch. 1R/1/99E Mr. Horace Jones, Dentist1, (Formerly of Maccjuarie St., Sydney). Consultation Hours at the Canowindra Pharmacy 9 a.in. to 9 p.m. week days. Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Except Alternate Sundays, 9 to 6 p.m. Public Holidays 9 to 1 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.in Mr. B. JONES SUftCEON :: DENTIST, « » COWRA, & # Will visit Canowindra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Date of flext Visit, 23th and 24th APRIL. The Junction Hotel Undor its Now Mitna^nmnnt. M I. COONEY, (Lute of r>np«rinl IT<it»l, Miid^wo). —will »ttil rnmiiin — - - THE HOTEL -- At whioli fho host of Accommodation and Liquors aro obtainab...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Eugowra News. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Eugowra News. (From our OnrrcapondflnO. A thunderstorm passed over here on Monday lust, but it was only of n mild character. About 20 point3 fell ; not sufficient to start ploughing operations again. A good downpour is urgently required for stock and domestic purposes. ANNUAL RACES. The Eugowra Jockey Club have decided to hold their annual meeting on Wednes day, 18th May. The programme has al ready been issued, and shows prize money to the amount of ,£35. There are five events. At night the usual Race Club ball will be held, and several attractions are promised. The club have now affiliated with the Western District Racing Association. The new secretary is Mr. W J Kerr. SCHOOL OF ARTS. The committee of the School of Arts have decided to open the quadrille season 011 the first Saturday ni^ht in May, and continue same fortnightly for three mouths. They intend sandwiching two or three Cinderella dances in between, and non dancers will be catered for at the same time with euchre parties...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 22. 1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

TTTTC CANOWlftlDRA STAR FETDAY, APRIL 22. 1910. Local and General. Mr TJrock, Govcrumont dairy inspoo tor. in nt present in the district. Mr J. Cnfocroft, 0 P. .Inspector, has been making an ofliciiil tour of this district during the week. The mils 011 the Oowra-Cannwindrn linn am now laid within a inile of C"»iiowindra. Next week it in ex pected the engine will bo able to run' riprht into the town. The roll of electors fur thn Molone P.P. Roard is now on view nt the ■various post offices and police stations throughout thn district. The attention of builders is directed to «n advertisement in this issue, Mr. M. J. Mullins, builder and con trnctor, of Ornnpe, who is already' announced as n candidate for shIpo tion i" thn Lihor interest to oppose ■ the Hon. T. Waddnll, wnR fur i.inS years an alderman in thn Cudnl Municipal Onuncil, and for two-thirds of - that period occupied the Mayoral ohni r. 'Thn many friends of Mrs Oondy, penr., wiil regret to learn that, shn has T)pen seriously ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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NEW STEAMER FOUNDERS. CREW OF TWENTY-FOUR LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

NEW STEAMER FOUNDERS. CREW OF TWENTY-FOUR LOST. Further particulars of a marine dis aster cabled oil the 1 Dt'h December ore given in the "Westminster Gazette", are as folows:— ' There is no longer any doubt, that the large 'steamer seen to founder on the Outer Dowsing sandbank, "off the num ber; during last week's gale, was the I-ieathpooli of Newcastle, bound from Hull to the River Plato with about 3000 tons o£ coal. The vessel was seen in distress by the Spurn lightship, which asked a passing steamer to render help. Owing to the gale the latter was unable to approach. Next morning the Heathpool could be seen partly under water, while on her bridge were about eight men frantically waving red flags. The mainmast and boats had gone. ■ • A few minutes Inter a tremendous wave engulfed the vessel, carrying away the .bridge and the men. The occupants of the. lightship were powerless to .help. Tha only sign afterwards seen of the dis aster was the body of a sailor on'a life buoy. A Hull ...

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

;Lb©a3 Topics. I Missrs M Mellidaj7 'dnd A Mc Willini'n, of 'Gooiagong, wore pur chasers at the recent sale of Burra woiig stud cattle. Mr. P 'Smeo tonwho'recently• jraf-.. chaser] a.property near Eugowra,has r)OWtnk6n"uphis'reSidence there. The danger of having battle grazing in ipadd6clca that are being cleared, was experienced , last w6ek l>y Mr. Joseph Bell, of Nyrang'Creelc, wh'o lost a .-prood ' Jersey • cow 'owing to "a burning tree falling on'lier. ...■•■ r\V«'havo 'beon cdngratufated on all ■ sulds for our' arrangements - in having the .'election results posted up the i night of -the 'poll. At: next election we'hopo to be still more up-to-date 1 r; this "matter. We liavo to-tlifink tWi-j i [icSsfnl oiiicvdir for theiY promptness in ■regard'to wires received ••Vkvup5; --'nlsM •A]iv ;]?. -Keinfy for •Rssistimce in-postv ing ihe'Vilsults. ; •Boirt.fbrget'.-'lsBwliAX- st6cks Blair°l l>otM,-, ii:i all-- quailtiea^and sizes, ' and-i plenty.of-'• Mr. A \T ■ Grant, "of ".Breg...

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

Intlf * M •P»' total®'© iiluS'S: dpneid !oKf First 'Shi| ■of Winter ©rapefy, $1 Targe -^ttfok <*9 jfri^TSTdSi Clothing, ^tefsWe!, fctolfetiilfc Slugs, -tflalikete, &c.. -We '•car^y the largest '^aii'4 -test assorted ^ttffck 4n 'to €lstoitt, " ■■ ■ <and Ipricss to 'suit "all '.pockets. -j II S£9U;g'E:H£ F1M,! Auctioneer, 5§TOdK : f& STATION AGENT, Cand^irtdra. H. V. McKay's 'fcstinaliirie "Machinery. A, 'MA'K'lN, . CQtTNKRAL fcAKTBR ^'JrA'VEL AND "SAND AliWAYS OiS' TIAlS'I). :j Wtrtd 'and 'Wafer; in 'any fj ^Quantity. ^Horee ao'd SuUcy fov. 'hire 'nlwaiyB 'on r»and? 4. 'iSKtSS, 'OANOWiNEi^A. ; ff eD'BRAt BA'KC'RY iMEIL^OtJNG desires to tbaiiVthe . ™ public for tlifigenerous patronnge .^tenta'd 'to ''him "Mn<» .opening busi ness in Oanowindra/aiid having tolcen ijfr. 'TiES'CitJICjK as> aPartner, trttsts tfora'Contiritionceof'this/HUppdrt. A. CKESHER, fUEWSfilfeERt, EfC,, E^GOWRA, ;,S Ageiit 'ftir 'the " OauoWindra , 'Star,'"'rind 'is...

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

lLbG3.SLand Board. ■ The Local. Land Iiciiiil will 'sit "nt Oiiflul tit'lvSO 'p'.Wi. 'on ;25lh .Api-Il |b consider I.I10 ful!i)V-i 11 jr'easosr:— ! For Cciiliiinatioii. O.O.P.' 10-12,;'9a'0r 3*2)1 Uj. Tli'urtell O.lI.iS 11)-1, I On. 11* 13[.—-Sydnay Arthhr Astill v _ 'For 'Investigation.. 'SjL. TO iVcres—;JoIiii'PIii[g 1J.L. 0§-~5,'I0tf6i;o3—Sitiimol George i'liurst.on .. ." • . . , li.L'09-7, 'ib Acros-William Thos. Parkn .. .; !O.L.' 09- is, ■ isC''adr0s—J'uiiio's Mill . 1>K» 11 ., . S'p. It- 09-18, IS "nCfos—Biit'iiiinin' Joseph 'Kerr TliG foliowinVr a plication's for blocks 'in. .'Some«t«ati' 'SelSeii'oiv Area, No.' 1 ITBo. conflict':— ,, J *'.•_« 'Kil^'nTiniiisii Miuy Bhrt.'TI 'acre's John Tiiirif:k'Qiifiillis,'li(U- itci'fifi, 1 Hwirv Thoriifriiifc PiMiibortbn, '(iKX'a Frederick Jainos Sharp, '71 \icfea , y 'Jame.s Sharp,'71 Hems • ;. Charles Thorpe, 'ISSA-.'aero's < Cases fiiV 'SfCth April, coiUiuoii'cing 9 aim. . . j •For Confirmation. . , ' 'O.C.P. 'OO-o, 200 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

"General ^Oariier rand {Ordesrs Promptly Attended !t<X ;'ah'd ^rodti'c^ 'Store, — '(Opposite Railway Station), -^B^C'AIM-OWfNDRA. l3^8^gcsnr.£as2Hi^.!a^25^mtag5gEgagas2^s^^\ff^Mif/mBBtJ5aHBai'^^

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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TO PRESERVE FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

TO PRESERVE VOOD. A ne(v method of preser#ff a" kinds I of perishable food has be*'" discovered by Mr H, R. Hemming, Md n'aste and decay will have no more terrors for the caterer or tlie dealer. "l can preserve food or drink in exis^nce for as Ions as the ' containing- \-e.-sel will hold to gether," said Mr HcwmlfST," and, accord ing- to the London ''Evening-'-News" re presentative, fruit ",at was grown In ISO'S and preserved by <l'e new. process tasted and'loolccd qs if Just gathered. Strmv bej-rios grown 'In '904, with cream (1905), he found mos/ excellent.y 'rhe pirocess of preserving involves- absolute sterlllsa'-'; tlon, and oil foods thus treated are of 'necessity, fr'-e from jj.ll Injurious mi crobes. • V ;: Thonws Stead, seventy-four year's of Tuif^'ster (England), who recclveil a bottle of whisky ns a present on Cbrist 'ma'K ove,-"wa$ found dead-on-Christinas morning, haviflg consumed the - whole contents of tlic bottle.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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"ON THE KNEE." DRASTIC ACTION TAKEN. SEVERAL OFFICERS PUNISHED. COURT-MARTIAL SENTENCES REVISED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

"ON THE KNEE.' DRASTIC ACTION TAKEN.' SEVERAL OFFICERS PUNISHED. COURT-MARTIAL SENTENCES . HE VISED. An important, announcement on : the subject- of the, recent- disturbances at - the Portsmouth Boyal;-Naval 'Barracks' was made on the 17th December in the ■House of Commons. Commodore the .Hon. Walter GJ Stop ford, has been re lieved of his appointment:. Commander . Sidney B. Drury-Lowe has.been super seded, and Commodore Francis IT. lift-, chell lias been relieved of his appoint ment, under the circumstances detailed below. . ADMIRALTY MINUTE. The subject came up in the fornvof a " question, in reply to wliich Sir 13. Robertson read the following Ailmlr- • alt.y minute, dated-13th December:— My Ixmis Commissioners of the Ad miralty have reviewed the, : circum stances and considered the evidence ad duced by the courts-martial in connec-. lion with the disturbances at the Royal Naval Barracks, Portsmouth, on 4tli and 5th November, 1006, and have come to the following conclusions and d...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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MISSING WOMAN. STORY OF A PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

- • ,* V MISSING WOMAN** STORY OF A PLOT. . A strange story of an alleges con spiracy against a woman to force her by means, of a false charge to return, to a man whom she had left was'told at Clerkenwell Sessions yesterday (Septero ber 12.) ■ The defendant was a ^resjmaker, named Annie Rosenberg, aged twenty three, who had been committed on bail for trial on a charge of having stolen a silver watch and 10s., belonging to Lewis Bender, who described himself as a hairdresser,'Old-Kent road, S.E. . Since her committal the woman had myseri ously disappeared, and yesterday she failed to surrender 'to her bail. Mr Cos tello, for the prosecution, thereupon asked Mr Wallace, ICC. to issue a Bench warrant for the arrest of the missing woman and to estreat the recognisan ces of her bail. Mr Symmons, for the defence, desired the court to take note of the fact that there was a good deal more in the mat ter of h?r disappearance than appeared on the surface. It was the allegation of the defence ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The Wily Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

i The Wily Farmer. "It. takes the devil to Icnoiv a. devil," was the oonfession of Mr. Aiken, nmid Rerenms nf laughter at the festive hoard at Red "Rung" on Tuesday afternoon (snvs " Glen Lines Examiner"). "I desire," lie added, " to pay this deserved oumplimftnt to farmers, atid I have been amongst them in all parts for twenty-five years. Although they look wonderfully simple and profess it all the time— (laughter')—on my soul, I'd sooner frfce the devil than the farmer when it comes to a business deal. (Loud laughter). You think the farmer i* simple, but he always gets the best, of a deal, noniehow. He does it in such n nice, soft, lady-like way vou do not notice it, and he gets 22/6 for his 'sovereign otfery time."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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PRISON REVELRY. CONVICTS AND WARDERS IN COLOGNE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

PRISON REVELRY. .'CONVICTS AND WARDERS IN COLOGNE GAOL. .One of- the governors visiting. Cologne" prisdn recently found a convict in a*, warder's 'uniform patrolling the - corri-. dor, while the warder was sleeping off' a drunken bout in his -coll; Inquiries re vealed that a very happy-go-lucky -state of affairs existed in the prison. Sixteen , convicts were later charged with brib ing the warders. , , The evidence showed that the priso-' ners and the warders y ved on excellent terms, played cards, and passed con vivial hours together, whilst the felons were permitted to "visit each' other's cells. A number of the accused elected to give evidence. All agreed in. declaring that when a well-dressed convict was brought to the gaol to serve a term, the ' warders found out his circumstances and the addresses of his relatives, who were then approached with a view to obtaining money with which to provide the prisoner with better food and treat ment. TK .. iii'iiiu ueiiriy always resulted i...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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OUR INTELLECUTAL CHANCELLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

' our int^i^ectuax ohan. ckllor. Mr Asquith has the true parliameiltary and oratorical afflatus. Before he! is two minutes on his legs, you have' the feeling that you are listening to a. master of his craft. I>t Is the impression of tromendous Intellectual power, which . accounts for his success. There i's/u. sense of massiveness ond perfection, f.n his style that,, made, you feel that w,hut hp .l!dn't know abou't his subject wks uc« 1 worth knowing. -"P.T.O."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. USEFUL HINTS. TO RESTORE VELVET. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

^ USEFUL HINTS. IO RESTORE VELVET. Vfelvet that has become crushed may , be restored by placing: the linen , side of tlite dress over a basin of hot water. : 'A WATERPROOF'BIB. Half a rubbeiMined dress shield . fastened on the under side of the' baby's bib will prevent the moistening' of its dress or underclothing:. v TARNISHED , BRASS. Brass tliat Is badly tarnished may be cleaned by dissolving In ammonia a /small , piece of scouring soap. Apply this, to the surface with a soft brush and then polish well with chamois skin. .TO RENOVATE FURNITURE. If- furniture is in a bad state, but not • stained, it may be washed clean with spirits of turpentine, then polished up' with linseed oil colored with alicanet root." When the articles are stained or inky they should be washed with warm ;beer or vinegar, the stains being then rubbed with a rag dipped in spirits of -salts; ' Linseed oil and alkanet. root, or beeswax dissolved in turpentine with a little copal varnish or resin added, may be ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A SALVAGE JOB. A TRUE STORY, OF "NAVVY" LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

A SALVAGE JOB. a true Story, of . "navvy" life. By "J.G." "A fine nlgbt, Doctor," quoth Pollock, the little navvy missionary, as lie over took me at the top of a steep brae on the south Kllfin road. . "Where every prospect pleases, antl only man Is vile," I quoted sententious ly, stopping to admire, a landspape bar ren of beauty in the uncompromising ligh't of day, but subtly transformed by the stage cffects of moonlight. "It's the whisky that's vile, not the men," ho retorted pleasantly. The nature of his work .had made him perforce a staunch convert to the cause of Temper ance Reform. The road slanted white and gleaming' down into the obscurity of the valley about to be spanned by an ugly brick viaduct, which the natives of Kllfln re garded as a mysterious retributive dis pensation' for parochial sins and short comings. About half-way down this slope a side lane led to an Inartistic shanty erected by the railway contractor to.' house an elastic number o£ "navvies." In the moonligh...

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Country Bands. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Counts-y Bands. Ooininonling nn tlin vnc"nt (lisband mi'tit of lite Bpgn' brass band th<> " Milton TiinoH1' nays Bej^a band has gone tho way of moat country hands' •:{ lijin—disbandod.' ,'To- onr mind the'.'(fronli'Ht killor of 'country bands is lank of appreciation on the liait of llin public. The ''public por *i«t in assessing tlip work and.''trouble of llin bandsmen on tbn acitual day of oii{{afri'in(jiit only , formatting that it lakes ivmtlts and montlm of constant ■ prau'ic.n lo euabbra baud to fill uyaii a small (MifraK^inuut; Wo ofieir. hear .vHinnvkw something likn thi«' passed ivheri (lif-eii-s^iMpr tbn nniyajyi'innnt of a band : 'Sevan "billings a day, that's t(ood pcv ! as munh as most men can earn lit any work !' Those that talk like that forg»t tho many h.iurs and nights of practise a bandsman has to Piit in bofoie 'li« nan carry out. that duv's work, The autna.1 day's play is roally tho smallest part o£ the job."

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FASHIONABLE DEPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

FASHIONABLE . DEPRESSION. '• Speiety, which sets the fashion la everything, has set a Cushion this year in depression. The "tightness" of money and the abominable weather have af fected the spirits of the "smart set. Tiiey are getting tired of ostentation i and luxuries which have nothing but ; cxpensiveness to recommend them. lit i n word, they are bored, and their bore dom is felt'all down the social scale.— "Ladies' Field."

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LONDONS HOLIDAY VISITORS BIG INCREASE FROM THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

■I LOKiBDfe HOLIDAY VISITORS BIG INCREASE FROM THH .UNITED STATES. Wo arc still in the thick of the holiday season, and the statistics put the influx of Americans who havo crossed to Europe during May, June, and July at 50,000. But having got here, these arc experiencing. some difficulty in getting back. All Ameri cans do not book return passages, a " Westminster" representative learn ed on making inquiries, and the result is that largo numbers who had hoped to get away by the end of I September at the latest now and that practically every berth-has been booked Toeforeharid, some even going into October. An inquiry at Cook's brought confirmation of the state ment that most of the well-known boats were " full-up" to the end of September. From the same source one learned- that the tendency -of American Visitors is to increase in number every year, and that they are certainly more numerous this year than ever. .At the Grand Hotel, TraiaJgar . square, a favorito rendezvous, of Americans...

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