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LOST MILK CAN. A LONDON GRIEVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

W LOST MILK CAN A* LONDON .GRIEVANCE. in reference to a ease heard - at Tottenham, in. whicli a marine store '.lealer was lined for having in hill possession-, two in ilk-cans belonging to local dairymen, some striking fig ures' ware furnished' to a -"JJaily News'.' - representative' yesterday by Mr J. ■ H. Stacey; secretary of the Dairy,. Tra,de: Protection Association, Chancery lane. ' ■ , ■ ■■ ! '"lVor a long .time," Mr Stncey be gan, "complaints, had*'been received from members in the Tottenham and Edmonton:district respecting the los-.s of- (Tans. - Inspectors.' were-sent down at intervals, and .!at .last :sufficient information was .obtained to justny my visiting the liuuine store. . There 1 saw Lwo . cans, for which the sum monses were1 taken out; but? what was more important, there were the remnants ' of / a' number of marke.l cans which had been destroyed, and the man was quite -frank 111 the mat ter: lie had "fired" them so as to obtain the brass: fittings and sol city; an...

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

The vital trade centre. © The unfailing index of the country's condition, The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. The arena of ceaseless activity. Tho bees that make the honey. The Farmers' and Growers' test friend.'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"AN IDEAL THAMES." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

"AN IDEAL THAMES. •t\Ve' may eventually got nn Ideal •Thames, in which the imijorlty of suit able jsliiiuls are public picnic nndeniiip Ing grounds, where public . bnthlng' places nbouufl, where there are proper restrictions as to building on the banks, laud wliure llshti'.g Is absolutely free be tween Leclilttilo aud Richmond.

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

Winter is Coming § See our stock of Blankets, Rugs and Quilts, French Flannels, Flannelette Blousings, Flannelettes, Flannels, &c. Cosy and Warm. QUALITY THE BEST. PRICES BEDROCK. Boots and Shoes a Speciality. C. L. T. McDonagh, Enterprise Stores

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

For f*OOD Socon&/1i]z$(f Sidlj Siululp. u Apply This /ffliaY V-J Horse for Sale. UEAVY DJtfU0US, Horse (staunch) "* for Sale,/ #{>]ilv. A/ X E.VA^-ripLA / Pii/r>,iW Kailwuy, OnnoAiiulrn. Either in Woe- or Sta'ias sr Buiiili.';':- i iiiJ SCHUTEID: i n\, r.ii'.tw-',..-) Desire to Havo Yi. xi Each Head of t -. / u. WothH ■ interests of the 0:o.itiiuj'its. CALL AND S££ ,":'i v/ItH NEXT If* " .. '' Proceeds ' Trust Account i Bj.v \ Woo! Warahousy; ( ; ?ri!(i!!C8 Stores; " v " •• • •• C«, jUiiCi 44 jBR15&i: LAST DAYS LAST DAYS . For a. Chance to Win 5©tO0© PRIZES Vs=!iic \ FIRST < Value 43500 f GREAT PRIZE \ iESOO Ctr Twelve Honthn' Trip Round tlj Wovld and £!00 in Cash for OV c PERSON, or Eight Months for W"°( Xori:.- - The Committee. hnvinjr VSiiy' full value for the wink of art, i« prepared^10 find n Purchaser fur tho same at the ,ap-v''rtHed Hrnniuif" If-winner so desires, jUp';1 for th& Second mid Third Prizes. Jffl Second: Value £100 ITiird/ ...

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

Stray Pars. Tlve Bight -Rev. Dr Catnulge, C.E. iHdlvop o( Batliurnt, will visit Cargo next Motiday. Devine Service will be held la the afternoon, wheel the Binhop Will 'coiicoorato the Church of Eng land. He will 'also consecrategthe ^Church <of England portion of the *Cargo cemetery. Mr WmMell, M.LAr, haa received « oommiinicitioi) {rem the' Under Secretary, SBepaftMont of Public Jnstracrion, i-n the following terms;—; With reference to my letter of the •5th •January last relative to the pro foaed residence in ■connection with the ublic School at Cucumgillica, I have the honor to inform you that the Minister for Public Instruction has ^approved of tenders being1 invited for •the necessary works. The matter has foeen referred to the Department of Public Works with a view to the necessary action being taken." The Minister for Public Instruction 3s favorable to the publication of a «chool songbook. The Federal elections resulted id a tremendous win for Laborites through out...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lockwood News. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Lockv/ooc! NeWs. (From our" Correspondent) Dry woather still prevails at Lock wood. ■ ■Plowing' iiTirl .sowing operations are' goingon -apace, and already a large areu has been sown. J'rilla and . rn n iiit t o are being used very largely this year, an the results from .previous trials-of -this - method of sowing' liao proved a sncooss: ■ ' Mi'Ssra Whitmee Bros. recently throshod 305 hugs of: wheat from 30 aci-PsVand AIivW liasset.t. also threshed 1,020'bags of oats from 57 acres, or an average of 18 bags per here. Both those crops, mentioned were treated with MiperphosphatG. •'Lookwdoditos wore staunch snnpor , tors of Piggott. At. the recent' eb>c tions the results of pulling at Lock wood ■being 44 Liberal, 3 Labor. Mr J. Worboys is going in for steam plowing at his Cranbury farm. He has a fine traction engine, and intends trying 12 furrows behind it. If it proves a success, others in the district will adopt this method of plowing.

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

: Gliinf Souroliiry'H OfTieo, ■ 'Svdimv, lyili Ajiiil, >1910 113 rS lixool'fiiicv tluv Govfirnor, with ' t.lio- Hilvico of thu 'JCxecMtivo Ooiineil, has :1>oom wlpn.ipd, in afcm ilnnun with the . luvii'iMions •of.-. Hio ' Fi.shnrinH Aolv I0')'2," to make tlio ni)fi(tnd«d Kwfi/lntion ann: litin." W. H. WOOD. T!eoulat/on undeh TIIU Aor, 1902.' A "W lino" mpatis/uiy \iiio infoti ded (it- nsod fur thn ikii'poseVof o itch ing fish, Id wliiolt ififc mnro \luui .six fishiiig-hoolcs aro ntlaolied. 1 TI 107 ; Preliminary Announcement. EUGOWRA Will hold WEDNFJ Programme issun. Rj*6e Club Ba VV. J, KERR,"" \ Sooi'otary. -1 EIEBTI03 Of PASTURES PBorEcnaii BOAHP. THE Hall of Persons entitled to vote at the Election of Directors of the Pastures Protection Board for the Filatures Protection District of Molong may be inspected at nil Police Stations, Post Offices, and Crown Lands Offices within the Pastures Protection Dis trict. All applications from persons claiming to be entitled to have th...

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. RICE—TEE. Following is a list of the presents received in connection with the above wedding:— Bridegroom to bride, silver tea-pot Bride to bridegroom, gold sleeve links     Bridegroom to bridesmaid, gold bamboo bangle Miss Edith Rice (bridesmaid), silver sugar basin Mr G. Traves (best man), dinner set Mr F. Rice (groomsman), silver dinner cruet Mother of bride, house linen Father of bride, cheque Mother of bridegroom, hearth rug Miss Tee, silver-mounted biscuit barrell, and fancy work, and silver egg cruet Mr E. Tee, marble 8-day clock Mr G. Tee, fender and fire irons Mr F. Tee, hanging lamp „ A. Rice (Oiinbelego,' brother of bride), ruby and cut glass jam   dish in silver stand ,, R. Rice (brother of bride), silver   hand mirror „ H Rice (brother of bride), cheque ,, C. Rice (brother of bride), silver milk jug   Master Ray Graham, silver jam spoon Mis Graham (Sydney), photo album Mr Elliott (Forbes), cheque M...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Death of Mrs Finch. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 22 April 1910

Death of Mrs Finch. We much regret to record the death of Mrs H H Finch, of Lewis Ponds, aged 47, years, the sad event occurring at the Orange Hospital at 2 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon from pneu- monia. Deceased had been ill, and left home to proceed to Eugowra, where her father, Mr. John Murray, was dangerously ill. She caught a chill, and pneumonia supervened, and after a brief illness the patient suc- cumbed an above stated. The great- est sympathy is felt at Lewis Ponds and throughout the Orange district at the untimely event, for the deceased lady was respected and beloved by all with whom she came in contact. Messrs John, Wren, David (Toogong), George (Toogong), Adam (Sydney), and William Murray, of Fairburn,   are brothers of deceased, and Mrs J Lachlan, Mrs W Giles (Mt Druitt), and Mrs A Douglas (Eugowra) are sisters. '' Ormigo liiiadei'."

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

THE DRESSES. The bride's dress was a princess robe of white Swiss embroidered mus- lin with val insertion, and a wreath and veil. The bridesninid (Miss Edith Rice) wore a white embroidered semi- Empire dress, whith silk straw hat trimmed with ribbon and pink bebe roses. The bride's travelling dress   was apple green flowed Grafton, trimmed with val net guipure lace in- sertion and bebe ribbon, and a cham- paign hat to match. The Church had been decorated by the friends of the bride.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The Viennese Optician [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

The Viennese Optician MR. S. A. BASSER'S many local patrons will be glad to learn that tliia well-known "Viennese and London Ophthalmic Optician and Spectacle Maker, of Challis Homo, No. 10, third ^flnor, Martin Place, Sydney, will pay Cano windra his usual periodical visit -on Thumday and Friday, May 5th and (itli, 1910, an5 may.bo consulted at Uoyd's Vic toria Hotel. During a trip round tho world Mr. Basser visited the renowned optical colle Kes of London, Neir York. Vienna, Berlin and Dresden, from each of which he hoMs credential*, and is also a qualified mastor uf the British Optical Association. All di-fo ts of tho sight corrected, and glasses vpenialiy adapted for ocular headaches. Your sijiiii, tested with tho latest invented instrument. Consultation free of charge. Mr. Basser may be consulted in peison, bo as to guaran tee tho best result. No travelling agents ■employed. Sole agent for tho " So Easy" rimless glasses. —0.

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 — 29 April 1910

"Blanket" Weather Is Coming Quickly. Be prepared lor the Cold Weather, and save the Doctor's Bill. Don't jeopardise your health. You have only one life—Don't run unnecessary risks. Be ready to give the cold weather a warm reception. Don't wait till it catches you unawares. Buy Your Winter Blankets and Down Qu8it» at Parker's Unrivalled Lowest Prices. A most impressive exhibition of Blankets and Down Quilts is made in our Windows. The collection is unquestionably the finest ever shown, and excels any previous effort as far as Chdice Goods, Exclusive Designs, and Colorings are concerned. The quality you will readily appreciate. They are the best Values obtainable in Australia, and we invite a critical examination of our Blankets and Down Quilts, which are marked at PARKER'S UNCHALLENGED LOWEST PRICES. See our Big Crystal Window Display. Australian Blankets from the Land of Sheep to the Land of Sleep. CALEB PARKER, "The Stores that Serve you Best," OANOWINDRA.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

Stray Pars. Teacher: * Jinimw, suppose yon had ten apples «nd ten oranges, end gave mine-l«ntfa8 of thrm to Home oth*r .little boys, what would you have?' Jimmie: * I'd Iwve nw head ex . amin«d?' At AH Saint#' Cathedral, Bathurtft, *°n Monday last, Mitchell, youngest ■son of the kte Mr Mitchell Bro%-n, and brother to Mr Thomas Brown, M.HMi, for Calare, was married ■ to lEspie, eldest daughter of Mr William JSorBHll, of Russell-street, .Bathurst. •Rev, A. N. Williamson officiated. rfr Pigott, %ho recently unauccess uullyjcontwted the Oalare seat a£ainiit Brown, im mentioned as the .probable candidate to oppose . Mr IBtiB'by for Blayney. _ ThA whole of the njezabere of the "OriH^fe Pii* Brigade hove resigned, -as a profit against the regulation® sunder the new Fire Brigades Act. The remuneration was considered in sufficient. Sunday duty was «lso V-'objected to.' ^ Speaking at the Maitland Jubilee ashow. luncheon, the N.S.W. Treasurer ■said th«t «b long as the people main-! Gained the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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"A GOLDEN CITY ON THE SEA." OFF CORNWALL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

i "A GOLDEN CITY ON THE SEA." OFF CORNWALL. . Ono of the most attractive sights or. the Cornish coast on a dark night at this time of the year are' the lights of the drift fishing boats riding to their nets and drifting with the tide. Meva gissey, Looe, and Polporro send out a fleet of. about 250 boats, and all. .their lights shine steadily when the seo calm, tall, dark cliffs forming the back ground; While drifting they form illu minated, figures, inducing one to-think of the streets and squares and crescents of , a . city brilliantly lighted. Thu figures,vary at times with the current*, but the lights .keep their respective dis ■ tances.. Then, one by one, they are ex tinguished as the boats take in their nets and set sail for'their respective ports., The pilchard is worth looking at, even when strung upon a flsher's .fingers three or. four upon a finger—when he steps ashore, so'bright are the silver! scales _upon its sides, so 'darkly blue Is the, marking; from head" to tail; 'be...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUDGE'S WASHING. A LAUNDRYMAN'S OFFER." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

JUDGE'S WASHING. •A LADNDRYMAN'S OFF-ER." ' . Judge Sir W. Selfe liad ?a. tempting offer- at -Brampton •• county: court on : Friday last from a -latindrynian to do his washing at 3s 6d a hundred articles, : but declined with thanks. . : • The maker of this generous offer re presented the plaintiffs, the ■ London United Laundries,- Ltd., Hammerspiith, who were suing Miss Sa4;ah MacVeagh. proprietress of a private hotel' at Montague Place, to recover US 13s Td,'' Miss MacVeagh put in a: counter claim of LS 17s 6d, the value of goods which, she said, had 'been lost-in the.. wash. On one occasion, she said, four teen sheets were missing. The plaintiff denied" having lost any thing, and sa'id that, judging by Miss MacVeagh's other goods the- sheets'' would not have been worth more than 3s 6d each.—The Defendant (indig nantly): They cost 12s 6d each, your honor In Belfast. jHc knows, all my things are of the vetry. first quality. Miss MacVeagh's head chambermaid, an Irishwoman, corroborat...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

" ] - ■' .. HOMELY FABE ; | Italian Letcuce.—Rinse, the'lettuce 'in :o'ld • water-the morning of the ('dinner; ;ha.ke .well.and drain in a colknderj' until vanted' to serve.- Then place in a deep alaci bowl a .heart of-- the lettuce, .for: iach.gii^t, using only the. fender leaves;, n the. centre place a piece.of stale bread, wo inches by two inches thick, over vhicli rub a section of garlic. Rub this >read "over the lettuce carefully' before' lutting-. the French dressing on .the. alad. French Dressing.—Put one teaspoonful v'hite pepper, in a large.salad-spoon, add wo teaspoonfuis salt', fill up "with :- vine--, rar; ' stir . until- salt dissolves.V, Add'>three ablespoonfuls. . olive oil,' , and sprinkle >ver the lettuce..\ Roast Chicken.—Singe, draw, and dis oint. your chicken;, rinse-in cold water, ind .lay in--..a'.,buttered-.--'.dripping-pan:, lover with thin slices of bacon; put In. lot: oven until chicken is browned and ■he leg-bone can.be easily pulled apart. , Homi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE WIVES ARE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

WHERE WIVES ARE WANTED. A cry for wives comes to England from the French-Canadian settlers In the Canadian North-west Territories. A Roman Catholic clergyman in Al berta, "PtT.O." states, is contemplating trying a scheme suggested to him by the disconsolate bachelors of fiis parish for supplying _them with wives. Women, except squaws, are scarce in the Cana dian Territories, and there Is an abso lute absence of young marriageable women of the same race and religion as the struggling settlers who have gone out there {rom the French parishes of the province of Quebec. • The priests arc anxious to see them married to wives of Ihelr own nationality and faith,, so aa to encourage the grpwtli' ill the North-West .of a French-speaking and Roman Catholic population.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A CHILD'S FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

A, CHILD'S FROCK. A pretty little dress can be made m -this way. of '■ muslin or washing silk. The bodicc material is gathered .on to a small- yoke back' and front.: This yoke is. hidden under a. frill of embroidery, .... which is.-'gathered 'to lorm- -a heading-at the neck. The. short skirt as: !of-embroidery: and- is gathersd-on'Under: a band of inser tion, through - which is threaded- a band - ot soft, ribbon,-which is tied in a bow-nt the lett, side. There ■ arts costume parties at ■ this season of the year, for which a paper frock can be used" with good effect. For instance, a Bo-Peep dress of pink paper, with a: double border of pin.k roses. The. skirt is gathered full, with one of the borders lei t -011;'.-at the foot, and the other cut off to uti lise 111 edging• paniers: A. white gui pure is used' for. the loundation of the bodice. Th<5. hat would be of. pink paper, with 7 a wreath of -paper , roses;: Ribbons lor. a-crook can be cut out of the plain' paper' in ev...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE AWKWARD AGE ALWAYS THE SAME. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

| THE AWKWARD AGE ! ' ' - I ALWAYS THE SAME. W._Eett Ridge writes in the "Dally Hall' of.Aug-ust 3rd:— "Shan't' be able to stick it much longer," he said desperately. "I've, just about come to the end. The last straw has arrived. To-morrc>v/ morning I be gin to look through the advertisement columns." rt a equally hard for me," urged his sister. "I ask her permission to bring a friend from office here to tea on a Sun day afternoon, and she says, 'By all means, Willie, dear; and I'll make him as comfortable as X can,* Therefore" ~ the youth parted his fair, slight mous tache. with finger and thumb, and tried a frown at the mirror to see whether this increased his appearance of age— "therefore, Prentice comes along this afternoon, and she's nice enough to him, but -\vhen I ask for another helping of cake she says, "Certainly not, Willie, dear; I'm surprised at a boy like you dreaming of such a thing; second piece, indeed!' Nice little anecdote, isn't it, for Prentice to retail at t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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