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NURSERY NOTES. CHILDREN AND DISEASE. IMPORTANCE OF DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
NURSERY NOTES. ' CHILDREN AND, DISEASE. IMPORTANCE OP DIET. Time was when it was considered im possible for children to cscape a certain cate gory of diseases—commonly known as "child ren's diseases"—as to avoid the " teething period, (says.an English paper). And to fur ther the running of this gantlet of necessary evils and have done with it, as the anxious but injudicious mothers -were wont to say, the poor innocents were often purposely exposed to contagion. As a consequence, the first ten or twelve years of tho child's life, iustead of being a time of unalloyed joy and frcodom from trouble of body as well as of mind—the rightful heritage of childhood—was, for tho greater part, spent in one of the three stages of some disease—tatring. having, or convales cing. Tho intelligent mother of to-day — thanks, largely, to the widespread home magazines— has come to recoguise tho absurdity of this and many other once-popular fallacies per taining to chiid-life. She knows that each time dis...
VIENNA. AN M.P.'S IMPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
VIENNA. AN M.l'AS IMPRESSION. " The Viennese have a gracious1 w»ay of addressing an honored corrospcn (Jfmt as, ' WeW-borii sir,' which de scribes better than anything else I can 'think of,".'writes Mr William O'Brien, M.P., dii tho Tribune, '.'the impression made by their capital city upon one surfeited with the splendid . squalor of the East and returning with reluctant steps to the vulgar rush and tumble of tjhe West. A WELL-BRED capital. ■ " Vienna is above all things, ' wohlgeboren' — beautiful of .form,. . gentle of speech, modest of mien, equally .rich . in the ancient mediaeval . • courtesies and • in thro • most recent - scientific achievements of a city of intellectuals—a sober, clean, and .. sweet-smelling gard-'n city, a million and a half strong ; without the grimo of London, tli-e false glitter of Paris, the- self-assert iveness of Berlin, or _ .tho colossal discomforts .of New York. " The reason why so few gloibo trotters have discovered Vienna, is one which, f.«i -• ...
THE LACE FOR COMING WEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
T-flE 1JVCE FOR CODING WEAR. -Irish lace; .such ,-.us .Limerick, Car rickmacross, and crochet, ds lilcoly to be moi'c popular than ever, since it has been: extensively used to trim the dresses, etc., made for .the' Princess of Wales to wear on- the Indian tour. The -material for the outfit ofthe Princess -was of British- manufacture; In- addition,^ Indian princes have or dered linen and household furnishings from 'Ireland'.. The orders were that the finest. linen woven was- to be used, .•■••and--., that . best' embroiderosses were - to- be employed. Tea; cloths are embroidered . and inonogrammed. Bed spreads arc of di'awn work- and satin stitch, the latter a design of conven tionallyrtreated ; trefoil over colored, linings—pink "satin for the Princess, greeif for the Prince. \ . • , Nottingham also icceived "large orders for lace fronr the Princess, so we may predict that Nottingham laco will again "have a vogue. : The-Princess, like the Queen, never wears a hat of the "picture" ard...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
.Ttt£ I/WES' COLUMN USEFUL HINTS. Eggs for Puddings.—When beating up eggs for batter puddings, add a table spoonful of water to each egg, and beat in with it. Rather less milk will be needed, and the puddding will be lighter if the water is used. To Drive Ants Away.—To drive ants away from kitchen shelves and cup boards, spray their haunts with a strong solution of carbolic, and wash the boards well with water in which there is car bolic. Discolored Knife Handles. — Knife handles that have become discolored may be whitened by wiping them over 'with a rag dipped in oxalic acid. Tie the rag over the end of a piece of wood, and dip it in the acid^-this will prevent it com ing in contact with the fingers. Let the acid dry on, then rub' the handles .with a clean cloth to restore their polish.. ' Honeycomb Quilts.—Every housekeeper knows how easily honeycomb quilts are torn at the edges, both in wearing and in washing. The following plan- ; will : double the wear ami add to the appear anc...
THE CONSUMPTIVE POOR. A PLEA FOR CHALETS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
THE CONSUMPTIVE POOR. A PLEA FOB CHALETS. Dr. Charles ' Reinhardt, in the&lt;- "In valid, the first number of which has.just appeared, puts in a plea for temporary buildings—that is, chalets—for the: treat-" ment of consumption, and says bricks and mortar are unnecessary. He con tends that If the true facts as to the in expensive nature of the most efficient form of sanatorium are once realised by the public the problem of the necessitous consumptive will speedily be solved, since it will-be recognised that the provision of sufficient sanatorium accommodation is not an impracticable affair, and that, given the accommodation, prompt and early- treatment of the worker attacked by phthisis'is a positive economy, bene fiting at once the patient and the State. THE £ S. D. OF TI-IB MATTER. An adult belonging to the industrial class is, Dr. Reinhardt says, worth two hundred pounds to the community, and his death from a preventable disease in volves the loss of at least this sum:— "...
Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Debating Club. The annual meeting of the Oano windra Debating Oiub was held on Friday evening last. There was a good attendance, and Mr T. Murray presided. After the usua' formal business had been Uausnctod, the following officers were appointed for the ensuing year : —President, Mr G. Fletcher ; vice Presidontfi, Messrs S. Dunklny, J, Brotherton, E. M. Finn, P. Kenny, and It. T. Angwin ; lion secretary, Mr C. McDonagh; hon. treasurer, Air Q. Newman; management' committee, Messrs P. K»ntiy, S. Dunkley, E. M. Finn, J. Foley, and T. Murray. A letter was read from St. Peter's Debating Olub, Oowra, asking the club to select a subject and arrange for an inter-club debate. Dwcided to reply stating the matter would be dealt with later. It was decided to open the debates on Friday, 5th March, with impromptu speeches. With a view to establishing a gymnasium class in connection with the club, the secretary was instructed to write to St. Peter's Oiub, Oowra, asking oil what lines their gymnasi...
LOST AMID THE ICE. MISSING SHIP'S RETURN. THRILLING VOYAGE [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
lost amid the ice. MISSING SHIP'S RETURN. THRILLING VOYAftTC Few ships have had such a welcome home as that which greeted the barque Stork as on the evening of 4th October she moved in stately, fashion into the west India Docks at.,the tail of a fussy tug. A modest-looking craft enough; timber every inch of her, even to the old fashioned looking rails that encircled her flush deck; yet the yearning eyes of a large crowd watched every yard of her slow progress through the dock gates, and women breathed words of thankful T :.ness-that at last those whom they had mourned as dead were safe again in port. A strange thrilling story was told hy the men of the Stork, who for many months have been misssing, . "Our folks have been in black for-us ior nearly, a year," exclaimed an able seaman as he tumbled'atwn the rope ladder and hugged to him a little'woman • who was too joyfully /tearful to speak. '-.Pieced together, the . details of the voyage as supplied/by members of the crew make up; th...
Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Football Club. I At a well-attended meeting of the Our Boys Football Utah, held at Kerr's Hotel on Friday evening last, Messrs P Kenny and L Quick were appointed delegates to attend the CWra and District Football Union meeting of delegates. It was also decided to reoomm*ud that the day fur playing matches be changed to Wednesday instead &lt;>i Sunday. Mr Q-oo. Ball was publicly baptised in the Molong Creek, at tile roar of Aid. Taylor'* residenoe, on Sunday Inst, in the presence of a good orowd of speetiitors. The impressive and siilemn Cfreraony was performed by Mr .la*, ltn.ll. leader of the Christian Army. —Holong "Expresa."
Assurance Companies Amalgamate. Widows' Fund Joins M.L.C. BASIS OF AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Assurance Companies Amalgamate. Widows' Fund Joins IU.L.C. BASIS OF AGREEMENT. Some little time ago the public was surprised to learn that an amalgamation of the Citizens' Life Company with the Mutual Life Association of i hart hf ^ ' "'."'I Airiary"W&lt;fftustralaSia. ^■^£■3'arranged I A still more important fusion is now contemplated. This is the merging of the business and assets of the Australian Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society, Limited, into those of the combined Mutual Life and Citizens'Assurance Com pany. Here again the spectacle is pro vided of a proprietary company absorbing a mutual office. What is more remark able is that the company is much the younger concern, the Widow.-.' Fund having been formed in 1871, while the Citizens'office was incorporated in 1836* The relations in the field between th.e two establishments for years past has been of the most cordial nature. The business done by the two offices has not been altogether on the same lines. Each con cern...
Grenfell Jackey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
GrenfeBs': JosSkey .OSuts Following apo ini' tlm XuM'lru Ilan-lii.' ilt mid (.V-iZ'Mi's I^nrsp in nr>u 11 &lt;»r:ti'>11 xvilli llio nl>ovfl iufli?tinuf to ho hnld on May 3rd ami 4Ur: — Tundra- Handicap.— Arnsrain 9-5, Y«nqt)i-l)Bi- 8-H), Morolc 8-8, Minoru 8-8, U!munv8-5, MarvM Lawn 7-!>, Hrillintitine 7-5, Bluo Holt 7-0, Miss Tnlto 6-7. Citizens', Handicap.—Arapniu !)-3, Moi-ok 8-8, Minoru 8-8, Ballast 8-5, Maranlong 8-4, Marvel Lawn 7-11,' Gain 7-11, Tristram 7-10, Otho 7-7, Dix 7-2, Wood Queen 7-2, Abachol 6.12.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
ttoitiiflorcla! Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd, Cflpitnl P«5il XT|> I?f&lt;Hprve Fund . Scuerve Capital ./• £-1,340.000 0 0 Liberal Advanros Wads on Ap proved Securities. Hlnh**t AUowod for Deposits at Intorest. All Usual Banking Buslnoas Trans actor). v. ulatphfokb, itoanngflr Caiiowindm Brnnch. 18/1/99 E tV8r. Horace Jones, ' Dentist, (Formerly of Macqunrie St., Sydney). Consultation Honrs at the CaTtowindra Pharmacy 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. week flayB. Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p:m. Kxcept Alternate Rundays/9 to 6 p.m. Public Holidays 9 to 1 p.m. rtjid'7 to 9 p.m j Mr. B. JOMES SURCEOTi :: DENTIST, & % COWRA, & & VMH visit Canowlndra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. >Qats of Next Visit, 7th and 8th MAY. e. m Firm, •SOLICITOR and Commtsslonor for Affidavit*. Canowlndra. V The Junction Hotel \ tTndw its "N»w M'«n&lt;»t",monr. ^TKir-QQQ^.Ey. (Lute of Imperial TTotnl, Mudg-'^v —>vill fit ill rnm^in — THE HOTEL - At wliirli ...
Fumigating Rabbit Burrows [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Fumigating1 Rabbit Burrows Those landholder;? who ere com palled to resort to fumigation for tho destruction of rabbits will be inti-i ested in the experience of M.wr* Oonroy und Doyle, of North liaugmwi, Goolagong, who have found fumigat ing with bi-sulphide of carbon, and using a smoke mixture to decent nil' leaks, both cheap and effective. At the suggestion of Mr. F B Guthrie, Chemist of the Department, thes&lt;> gentlemen tried a suioke-inisturo pro pared from strongest aitttu&lt;>iiin at 4£>i per lb., and muriatic acid at 2d ;> !■■ lb. The chemicals were plBned in separate bottle* and air-puniped into the partly-filled bottles. The air. »-:i then carried through and united in a single tube, tho result being a hpuvv vapour, readily discernible and efp»«! ially useful for detecting air escapes in warrens. Thus the bi-aulphidn of carbon could be used with tho b»st possible effect. The cost per gallon of each chemical was 2/6 and i/3 respectively. Of cou...
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Local Topics. Owing to the scarcity of labor it ia doubtful whether the increased area! under wheat this season will be up to | anticipations. A man named Laurence Sullivan | came into Dr. Cahiil on Monday withj a badly crushed hand, as the result of j getting it caught between the buffer of the railway engine and a truck. He will have an enforced holiday of about six weeks. At; the local police court on Monday morning last, before Mr. Jas. A Kue, J.P , Geo, Evans, on bail, was charged with being drunk and disorderly on the previous Saturday night. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s, in default 7 days' hard labor. Fine was paid. The friends of the secretary of the Labor League at Cowra (Mr. J Quinn) intend making him a presentation. Don't forget Newman stocks Blat^C"' kets in all qualities and sizes, y^nd plenty of them.* j-»~' The grey mare Eilee^ (iate Asthore), by His Raverence^Qthello | v.'Jini Crooks; The price obtained by her late owner I (Mr. P Heydon) was £125. Local footb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
CANOWS NDRA STORES ! • i We have Just Opened our First Shipment of Winter Drapery. > I large stock of Dresses, Clothing, Flannel, Blousings, Rugs, Blankets, &c. We carry the largest and best assorted stock In the district, and prices to suit all pockets. Tm Bona . J. Finn.— BOYD'S Victoria Hotel Canowindra, ^ Tho Leading Hotal o* the District, fit T bat the best brands of Wines [Iff and Spirits Stocked. ''''^footh's XXX Ales and Stout on ■\ ' • Draught. The best of Accommodation and First class Table under Expert j Supervision. Cood Stabling. Careful Groom. A. MAKIN, GENERAL CARTER GRAVEL AND SAND ALWAYS ON HANI). "^Wood and Water In any | Quantity. If Horse and Sn)l;y for hire always on k havid. ■ A. MAKIN, CANOWINDRA. Poison laid S| OTTC15 ip librfiliy iriven that POISON Sb is LAID in tho whole of ray paddocks Any dogs founljl iu my paddocks will ba shot. \ \ W. GOBLET. D. CHESHER, MEWSACEST, ETC., EUGOWRA, IS A:fcent the " Canowiudra * Star," and is also authorized to ...
ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
ANNUAL MEETING. The anuuul meetmg was then held. The secretary furnished the follow ing report, which was adopted :— I have to report that the total membership for the year just ended was 44, which includes one 'honorary member. I had hoped that the SO mark would have been reached, but several who had been nominated for membership failed to pay up. As it is, however, it will besutisfactory to the members to know that of 123 brauches affiliated prior to the July conference Lockwood-Cranbury was eighth high est on the roll, only bfing beaten by Gowra, Forbes, Gleu Lines, Parkes, Trangie, Wngga Wagga, and Wari aldu, all large centres. The total amount received from subsciiptions was £10 16s; of this amount £9 4s bad tn go to the central executive, and a further sum of 8a for two members is due to the same body, which only left the branch £1 4* to carry on dur ing he year. This amount proved too ttle, and there is a debit balance of 16s lOd to start the new year with. Nine meetings have...
F. AND S. ASSOCIATION. LOCKWOOD-CRANBURY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
F. AND S. ASSOCIATION. LOCKWOOD - CRANBURY BRANCH. A meeting of the above was held at he Loekwood Hull on Monday night nst. Present :— Messrs H M Brown Hon. Secretary), A MeJ^yiald, ^ W Vluir, t lli Joseph Crave!''.® Vioore, D Jones, Jones, jun., j r. Fljedner, J Fliedner, jun., j Moore, John Craveu, G Traves. dir. McDonald presided The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. A deal of correspon leuce was read and received.
DISTRICT COURT, COWRA. WEDNESDAY. (Before Acting Judge Bevan). CLYBURN v. MARSHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
DISTRICT COURT, COWRA. WEDNESDAY.' (Before Acting Judge Bevan), OLYBURN v. MARSHALL. Thiw w«s r claim.for £208, alleged to bo owing1 for work done and money belonging .Jab. Clyburo possessed by James nenry Marshall, Jury : Jus- Matheson, 'rhoa. Drum mo nd, Henry MeKeuriey, and John Freeh aim. Mr ftovc.'o (instructed by Mr Phillipn) for |ilfli»tiff, nnd Mr Mason (instructed bj' Mr MuLa«hlan) for defendant. *ft«r a volume of evidence had been given on both sides, the Jury fmind a verdict for £50 wages and £3') Tho valua of tlio two horses. A full report of this case will appear nr-xt i->."U0. I
SYSTEM ON A DAIRY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
SYSTEM ON A DAIRY FARM. -The applicability of., modern me thods ; of organisation and syste matic accounting to an agricultural ■ business has often been doubted, "especially • by ■■■■agriculturists them selves ; and it is therefore interest ing to find that one of England's titled business : men -has found it • possible. to run such a distinctly agricultural business as dairy farm ing' on modern - commercial lines. Such is the case with the estate of Lord Rayleigh's. Dairies, one of, if not the largest milk-producing or ganisation in England, which.is situ ated close to Witham (Great Eastern Railway) Station; in Essex;, Here is produced much* of the milk that is used ,in ,the metropolis, and the 'methods employed: have ■ enabled Lord, Rayleigh to build up, in the face of organised competition, an extensive and profitable business. It needs neither a.system expert' nor "even: a business man to -discover immediately, he enters Lord Ray leigh'S: estate' that here is business -handled-...
Graduated Land Tax [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Graduated Land! Tax The following lire the details, of the j Labor Parly's proposal in regard to ft ] Federal graduated land tax: — The party at. present hinds itself to a maximum of M in tho £. The suggested tax is to bo on unimproved ! land value-) on the fallowing scaltj:— ■ Holdings valued (exclusive of im provements) at under — /5000, exempt; ^5000 to .£10,000, *&lt;A; .£10,000 to /15,000, Id ; £15.000 to i"20, 000, l^d ; 220,000 to i"25,000, 2d ; L25, 000 to 1(30,000, 2^d ; L30.000 to L40, 000, 3d ; L40,000 to 1,50,000, 3%d ; L60, ooo and over, 4d in the L. In every case an exemption of £5000 is to he allowed, and the tux inmeapos with every additional £5000 worth of lftrid lipid by vhe li-.vnur. For'in-, Htiinoe, land of tho unimproved vftlno of .£20,001) would pay tic follow*:— Firxt £5000 ni!, second .£5000 at £d in the £, third £5000 nt Id iii the £, fourth £5000 at l^d in the £, nuiluiift a f.'ot.'il tux of £62 10.*. Ahmjntoes are to bo olwirgod ono •haif; extra,'...