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The Motor Omnibus. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

'The Mdtor 'Omnibus, I'is the motor age ■ or the im'nncy of bit motor age—which? The indications are,! perlups, that the motor is going to bo th« supreme vehicle oI transportation whethei of people or goods, and -tho messenger,! letter carriage, 'fire-engine and national j " nmid-of-iill-work." -The'motor is coming into use in this country, but slowly, as in England, Franco, and America, it is a veri table fetish. Already they l»v» the motor fire-engine, thj motor plough awl harvester, even the motor !.mvn mower (for large es tutes), and'now the) have tho motor cab ane omnibus. A picture o» a type of the latlei shows that it is quite an ambitious vehicle, the number which the example is licensed to being twenty outside and sixteen in, or thirty six passengers in all. Such 'buses are now running in London and serving a want which if not long felt would be sharply evidenced if the innovation were forbidden.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVIEWED BY AUTHORESS THE VIPER OF MILAN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

REVIEWED BY AUTHORESS THE VIPER OF MILAN. "M.A.I?." has lately adopted the plan of allowing authors to review their own books. The following of The Viper o£ Milan, by M.irjone Eowen, may be taken as a very fair specimen:— However . impersonally the author strives to look at his own work, however ho takes it up in cold blood and tries to survey It Indifferently, he ftnds a trouble some, though delicate, difficulty in rid ding himself of a certain curious tender ness for those very faults he is most aware of, and a certain wilful pride In those veTy good points (as he continues to consider them) that other people have either not approve^ of or ignored. To find a critic who praises you where you would (if you dared) praise yourself is as rare as it is exquisitely delightful, and half the pans of adverse opinion is the feeling (impossible to suppress) that it Is not justified; not that the most vain of us pretend to be faultless, but that we always fee] passionately convinced that the p...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PARIS SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

A PARIS SENSATION. At 8.30 on the morning or September 18,two men were killed and several dan gerously wounded by a terrific ex plosion at the Compressed Air Com pany's works in Paris. The accident, according to the London "Daily Mail" occurred In the great boiler room. A steam conductor burst while under the pressure ot ten atmospheres. The roof of a building was partly blown off, and a shower ot tiles fell into the adjoining streets. One of the killed was caught in the rush of steam from the broken pipe and hurled a distance of eighty feet. Ow ing lo the explosion the supply of com pressed air soon gave out, and all the pneumatic clocks in the city stopped at twenty minutes past ten. At the same time numerous compressed air lifts came to a standstill. Many ludicrous incidents arose from the latter result, numbers of people being imprisoned in tl i lifts for a considerable time.

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 — 21 January 1910

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Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A GIRL'S EXPLOIT. CAPTURED A DESERTER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

A GIRL'S EXPLOIT. CAPTURED A DESERTER. The army officers of tho Eastern mili tary headquarters at .Governor's Is land, New York Harbor, were amazed when Miss Edith King, aged eighteen, and welglng scarcely a hundred pounds, appeared there with Joseph Young, a cavalry deserter, handcuffed to her wrist. Young Is six feet two inches tall, and weighs 20011). The girl captured him at Philadelphia. Young took the arrest at first as a joke, but the girl showed a re volver and threatened to shoot him in case of resistance. Miss King received 1*10 reward for the capture. She is making the capture of army deserters her profession, believing that her sex particularly fits her for this kind of work, as deserters do not suspect such a method of arrest —"Daily Mail."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

4—i THE BOSCH 1 BIN ATS ON FAME. ■The most c.d£. ^ =*•• "Spectacle Frame ewe^n. »Kc'e rif Eye Glasses-wit No undue "Pressure or Marking Ernest Bosch, Corner Martin PiacB Jt •'Call dlld see onr RepreseatatL r be seen at the Victoria Hotel "" v >ou e fram to5 p.m. He will be pleased to. s' and absolutely ilie best s. Combines the heaft appear Jhe solid comfort of spectacles. the Nose. In Gold-filled Complete J, I Is. FSM.C., Optician, Pitt St. (app. C.p.o.,', Sydnsy. /e, ' who will Visit :t'ANOWINDRA, and ean dnesday, 2nd February, 1910, from 10 a.rn

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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ENGLAND AND GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

ENGLAND AND GERMANY. An Anglo-German war could have but one issue — ruin for victor and van quished alike. I venture to say that the greatest misfortune that could befall Germany, next to a defeat in n war with England, would be a victory over Eng land — indeed, one might say that a vic tory over England would be a still greater misfortune for us than a defeat. All other countries would at once unite against Germr.ny, — Professor Delbruck, in "Preupflsche Jahrbucher." What Is wrong is that people have fpr Kotten that there Is a part of their hoi rig that oau never be satisfied wiflL earthly things.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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KITCHENER'S UNPOPULARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

KITCHENER'S UNPOPULARITY. Tho " Kitchener Kick" as a Military writer once called iV Is not, apparently, popular in India. "We have never ad mitted," writes the "Times ot India" published in Bombay, and "we still de cline to admit that tliore is any suffi cient justification for the extr.u>rdlnaiy reverence paid to the views of Lord Kit chener. "VVe dislike his brutal domineer ing methods, we hold that it Is still to be'proved—in war as in peace—that ha has the phenomenal capacity ascribed to him, we mistrust his attitude towards tho civil administration, and we condemn the tactics by which he lias gained his ends."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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IN LOVE AND WAR. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

IN LOVE AND WAR (By MARION DOWNES.) nHAPTER I. It was Sunday night. The service over, the congregation was slowly dis persing, and the last notes of the organ were still reverberating on the air. The verger, ns he went around the church, putting out the lights presently came up on the minister, standing in one of the shadow-filled aisles as it lost In thought. "Beg pardon, sir," he said respectfully, "are you going to stay?" "For a few minutes, Hart," said the minister; "for a few minutes. But don't wait, just leave a light or two, and I will put them out." "Very well, sir, good-night." "Good-night, Hart." Left alone, the minister resumed his , Interrupted meditations. Perhaps the. sermon he had just preached on this the j last night of the old year, had awakened Yiot only in h's hearers but in himse'f. "thoughts too deep for tears." In the semi-darkness and the silence he con tinued to pace up and Gown, when the sound of approaching footsteps made him turn. I Coming slowly towards ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

Smith's Chaff Bags Cost Less and that's the only difference between them and the higher priced bags. There's a? much quality in every square inch of Smith's as in the best chaff bag you can get. Which'll you have, Mr. Farmer, the same quality bag at the higher price. or the lower figure ? Write about them. HERE'S OUR ADDliESS:— T. SMITH & Co., Ltd. Sack Specialists, SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. POTATOES, ONIONS. CHAFF, &c. Consign to ROBERT ROBINSON & G0./8HA\~ 155 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. Auction Sales at Redfern daily. Highest Prices- Prompt Returns PROWRR^ I Ship all your MAIZE, HAY, OATS, CHAFF ^JlVW VV HiYO . and DAIRY produce to ROWLEY W&LKEE commission agent, &g., sussek street, Sydney Who will return you Top Markot Pricc and rondor Promot Account Sales TRY 173 Sussex Street, Sydney WITH THE HANDLING OF YOUR PRODUCE ON CONSIGNMENT Every possible attention and Prompt Returns FARMERS and PRODUCERS! Consign your Produce to the leading: salesmen - ...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

CHAPTER III. Reynolds had not left the house more than a quarter of an hour before Mrs Adams came up with his tea. To her horror she foiind his room empty and his | clothes gone. She ran downstairs to tell I her father, and together they hurried up to the deserted room, and looked around. "Where can he have gone? And why'.' Ah! there Is a clue." And Mr Storey picked up the scribbled note on the dress ing-table. "He's gone down to see a friend oft by the s.s. China. Poor fellow, he must have got a craze or something . I'll go after him at once," he said. Tears stood In his daughter's eyes. "I'll come., too, father," she cried. Would the boat be gone before they reached the : quay. This was their anxious query, .as they were hurriedly driven through the town. And the other question as to whether the poor, sick man had lost his reason, or died on the way, would come up. But neither spoke. When at length they reached the quay the great steamer was' slowly ploughing her way through the w...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

CHAPTER II. I' 0 h Private Reynolds lay on a sofa In pleasant, sunshiny room in the minlJj house, where he had been brous Janet's express wish, "for Steve she had said. He wa tcr now, though days the sympto had rapidly develo was thinking uha^ was to bo thus by a comparatl most wistfully his eyes turned every now and then towards the door as if in the hope of seeing someone enter. A light step nnd a cheery voice at Inst. Then Janet canio in. bringing, as he thought, the very sunshine with her; she always had a smile and a cheery word for the sick man. "His days on earth are so few." she would say to her | father, ,iM.hat we want to make them as bright as we can." And her own griefs I grew loss, and her own face brighter, In her endeavor to lighten another's burden. Sometimes she brought her work, and sometimes her book to read to him, but oftenest of all, her baby to play with, and amuse herself and him. He was a i handsome child, with dark curls, and big i black eyes, strangely in ...

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Seville's Athletic Bellringers. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

Seville's Athlstfe Bellringers. On a previous-occasion a pioturo was'given showing the curious manner in which tlie massive 'bell of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris is rung. The accompanying picture jonvovs rtn idea of tho remarkable way the hells in the'Giralda Tower of Seville Cathe dral are tolled. The lingers of these bells have to "go'through extraordinary athlete, and they risk then-lives for each peal ot the bolls. 'On ordinavy days they arei content to rin" tho bolls With ropes, but on high days, Mid moro particularly during the great church festivals, they mount boldly upjn the bells and swing tha brazen monsters 1111 lil the/ give full tongue. Owiu(: 10 the way >a which the bells are hung, the linviud awing sends the counterpoise with the lingeis far out above the city. From the streets be low one can sou the intrepid riders of the bells on tboir brur.cn steeds borne out into space. A loosening of the grip then, and nil is over with them. And if they do not crouch down in...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

tntorestiTVg'Glenhing's from Yarlcntt •Sourees. The mrmibrane of a telephone, whose vib rations uru wlint.physici.sts call " forced - 'hat is, they arc inu.ir.i-,lined by tho speaki- g voice, and the disc is not left to itself so vibrate freely—takes only about, it thousand Irc of 11 .second to get into full swing. This 1j,tS been iisec-rt.lined by Dr. ft. Kempf-Haio maun, u recent German 'investigator, who studied the motion of the ^membrane by re- . fleeting a spot of li;.;iit from a mirror, at Ui::n-d to it, so thai, the light would -leavo ilB .-eoord on a moving piioU>g:c;;h:c film. From such records he obtained n set of 'curves i"t vowels, diphthongs, and consonants, and ilso other sounds. The membrane takes :wo swings to attain its full movement;' ■ tier that the curve is steady. That, a boat sail shaped something like s 'Jut Japanese nuibi-ulla would practically do uwiiy with all danger of capsizing, since tha lore.' of the wind exerted npon it would have no tendency to in...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

The Famous R Hearne's Bronchitis Core. , Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croyp, Asthma, Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and rapid relief; and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a G chronic, nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where "Coughs" have, on their first appearance, .been properly treated with this medicine. No house shou at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. , 6mail 81m, 2/8 i Largo, 4/6. Chemist*, Medlelne Vendors, or the Proprietor, W. a HEARNE, Chemist* Qoetong, Victoria, forwarded toy pert «e any address, wh ckiedy for % Colds igh nor Asthma to becoin# I : be without it, ac* taken n not obtainable...

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SCENIC COMPARISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

SCENIC COMPARISONS. After vialtlng Loch Katrine, and Loch Lomond, I will not enter into a dispute with any Highlander, however extra vagant hlB praise of these beautiful lakes. But Lake Tahoe, which shines like p. jewel In. the crown of the Sierras, need not fear comparison iwth any of the lakes ,of Scotland or Ireland.—W. J. Bryan, In "Sun.." New York The chru'ffc of cxtrnvugaucc tfias boon brought ngulnst womau. It is a paltry Indictment from the sex that will spend more on cigars ond liquors than would dn-ss a woman lu ordinary cifOum stances." World of Dress."

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A VIRGINIAN SHEEP. ROUTED THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

A VIRGINIAN SHEEP. IIOUTED THIS POLICE. • A 901b. sheep, fresh from the hillsides of lower Virginia, upset the equilibrium •ot' the Southern police-station the'other iln.v, says the "Baltimore News." The .sheep' pulled il l-i-stone police sergeant about us though ho had been a feather weight, and then charged and dispersed n squad of cony tables and disturbed the the judicial dignity of Magistrate Leake. Police - constable- Clark found the sheep straying in Howard-street.'Se curing a 4 ft. rope; lie attempted to guide it to the police station. , To this the sheep objected.. It promptly took the lead and guided police-constable Glark himself, upsetting about a dozen women and children in: its mad career. The constable dropped the rope, and the sheep charged into' the' sacred precincts of the police-court,• upsetting . in more than one way - an: inspector, six men, and Magistrate Leake. Sei-geant More. Iieiser promptly named the redoubtable animal, "Billy the Kid." When (he report lef...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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"TOBY'S" UNCLE. A KITCHENER STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

"TOBY'S" UNCLE. A KITCHENER STORY. Here is a new and pretty story of Lord Kitchener. When ho was last in Lon don he was Induced to attend a bis social f taction; and amongst the many people introduced to him was an exceedingly pretty young lady, who at once ex claimed: "Oh, Lord Kitchener, I am so glad to meet you at last. ' I did so want to know you, and it seemed-I was never going to get the chance. I can't tellyou how delighted I am!" Lord Kitchener, as is well known, ab hors "gush;" but'as; the young lady seemed to have so especial reason lor desiring his acquaintance, he said, coldly, "Indeed, and pray may I ask why you were so anxious to know me?" more than half expecting some fulsome flat tery about his greatness. Instead, however, the damsel cheer fully replied: "Why? Why because you are Toby's uncle, of course." "Toby's uncle!" repeated Lord Kitchener, taken aback for at least once in his life. "Yes: your nephew Toby -—," said the younc lady, mentioning a nephew o£'whose ex...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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GENERAL BOOTH. A STRENUOUS WORKER. DAILY ROUTINE DESCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

GENERAL BOOTH. A STRENUOUS WORKER. t-iatt.v tfnrittmp: nrcsnrired. General Booth's new plan for Ihe emi gration of London's poor once more shows that with some men advance of years only means advance of energy. With this great social reformer life day by day means more work and Ie.cs ease. Let my young readers (saya Mr T. P. O'Connor In "M.A.P."), who fret at office thraldom pause for a moment and think over this account of the day of a man of seventy-six years of age. The General takes no exercise except on the platform, then he speaks with-1 c-very muscle of his body. At home he rises at six, prepares and drinks a strong cup of tea, and alts down to his table and the labors of the day. Hs has no desk, and writes with a chilli pen and In a.small, firm, rapid hand. No change or fresh venture In the religious body of which he Is the head can proceed without his consent, and as he Is ever planning new schemes and Intentions, and enters into the most trifling details of matters laid be...

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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

HOMELY FARE. Know Pudding—Talce two tablespoon fuls of cornflour, one tcucupful o£ sugar, and the juice of two lemons; mix all together, then add one pint ot boil ing water (must bo boiling), mix all to gether, and put on the fire till It comes to the boil, but do not let It boll, add the whites of three eggs beaten to a stilt froth, and mix all well together, and put Into a good-sized mould. Serve cold with custard made from the yolks of three eggs, a little sugar, and one pint of milk, boll to proper thickness. Camp Pie.—Cut the remains of a cold joint Into very small pieces; then mlnCo these in your meat chopper. Sea son with salt and pepper, nnd add a ^largo onion, minced finely. Break the k bono small, and put it in a saucepan with a slice of lean ham or bacon, and just enough water to cover. Let tills boll gently for an hour, then strain It, and,mix. it with the meat; put all into a pie-dish; cover with a thick layer of mashed ;potatoes, well seasoned with salt and pepper, and...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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