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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

The vital trade centre. ® The arena of ceaseless activity. The unfailing index uf the country's condition. The bees that make the honey. The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. The Farmers' and Growers' best friends Consign your and otbex? FJRKIwa; PRODUCE to Figs, Calves, Maize othei? FJE-Kiwa; PSODUCB to Geo. Wells & Smith, gSi?5fSSSSSS^SSw. ESTABLISHED I860. For Top Prices and Prompt Payments Ship your XKAIZK and POT&XOES TO J. Jones & Co. Ltd. COMMISSION AGENTS 23S SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY Supply all classes of Produce at Lowest Current Rates. Best Sacks only supplied Bankeri: COMMERCIAL BA.NKING CO. OF SYDNEY (Haymarket Branch^ THE MACRAE COMPANY, MARKET WHARF, SYDNEY, Auctioneers and General Commission Hgents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Wheaten Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard, Oats, Wheat and Straw always on hand at lowest possible prices. ' COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. GROW^R^ ! Ship all your MAIZE, HAY, OATS, CHAFF W vv . and dairy PROD...

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

A KING OF ROGUES. ;;"%-0K;iCHiCKLES E. POPPklSSTONE.) • "Were you ever done?" I asked. • ■■ Ha rose from his seat with a start. f ' Three hasty strides, from the table, and he l'uced mu again with head erect, his arms folded, and a look ol fierce, determination on his brow. "Ay, sir, I was," .Slowly. hp 'returned to the table, heavetl a sigh, drained his- 'glass, ant ■ once more: took his seat. ■ ' AN e were sitting in the smoke room ... i^ho' Arcadia Club," where you could him daily between the hour.? ol eleven and one, smoking his pipe, drinking his glass of whisky, and rcailing the daily papers. I have cliattod with the old man many o tinje. I.vO is gone to rest now, and therefore my oath of secrecy is ro moved. Alany an hour have I spent in his company, charmed Iiy his droll humor, and ever interested in the fund of aneedpte which his twen ty-five years' experience in the detec tive force lmd given him. Yet never , before lmd I seen such a look of -.■'•youthful fi;--c in his eye...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUGGESTED NEW TRIPLICE. ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

SUGGESTED NEW TBIFLICE. england, france, and united > states. :] . The "Sun" (New York) writes:— . .1 "The French, British and American . ! people are bound to one another in a sincere and hearty friendship. . . The time is ripe, the conditions propitipus for bringing into line the three nations for the purpose of reducing armaments, promoting arbitration, and hastening the ' advent of: universal peace. It is true lhat in the event of war with' the exist ing Triple Alliance, or a Russian and I Herman league, or eVen with Germany" I alone, France, could count on . little as sistance. In . these days, however,, of | high Intense civilisation, nations do not '■ wage war solely with battalions, tliey wage'war with dollars, and the ultimate victory, as Napoleon found to his cost, : Is the prize of tne longest purse, Ger man armies rnlght overrun France from Calais to. Bayonne, hut they could not stay there if that .vast pecuniary . re sources of Great Britain and ttie United States we...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPIRITUALISM. COLLEY V. MASKELYNE. SOME PRE[?]IOUS CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

SPIRITUALISM. i . COLLEY V. MASKELYNE. SOME I'KEVlOUS GASES. I Arrrecl Fellows Vrites in the Lon , don " Daijy News" : &uch cases as Archdeacon Colley's libel action against Mr Maskelyne, in which direct testimony i.s olTerod on .spiritualism have a piquancy of their own. It is reasonable to suppose that neither judge nor jury would care to I>in thoijisclves down in open court to a belief in spiritualism ; but, on the other hand, it is an-unpluar sant task to discredit witnesses who are obviously .sincere and believe.they arc speaking the truth. The Archdeacon's • action is .by no means the first involving sonnces that come before the court;- though, so far as the writer is aware, it has never, yet been absolutely necessary to de cide the direct issue , as to'whether genuine phenomena can tako place. Iii the recent action, for example, 'the question whether -Archdeacon- Colley has a right to his title is one which has nothing to do with occult affairs, ■ though it is one ...

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

TRAINING OI- BULLS. Without assuming to say (says "Hoard's Dairyman") that our way is the best and most effective, we may claim that it has been quite satisfactory, and it is based upon the fact that. the bull is a treacherous animal, and is never to be trusted. He may bo appa rently mild, gentle, and obedient one hour and the personification of wrath, vindictiveness and stubbornness the next hour. Moreover, like all other animals, he easily learns his power and ability—that man cannot matoh him in •ajrHlty or strength. . It follows from these considerations that the first principle to be applied in the training and treatment of a bull is never to give him an opportunity to overfiower or outwit his carotaker. To ■ this end,commencing with him while yet a calf, teach him to lead, and never, in sport or otherwise, permit him' to have his own way in opposition to your will. For example, do not attempt to drive or corner him, for if you do he will soon' learn that it is quite possible t...

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

Forbes P. P. Board. At. the !n«t 'iinotitip' nf Mib-Forbes/. Pflst.iirPB Prot.PRt.inti lVtinl, it ivn' dpo.idnd to prosWiMj.tA thirt««n Und-; for npftlfjcting to ilontrov rnViVfUf. V ■: : * on thrV/ivh >ln !i>iv " yiwitly ; A: rnii'ir* pivmnnd'bv tlio l'tisnnntor' 'n1i'Mvrfl (lint fmiii vl 5)0,3 to 15105 th<y'prorH>rtion i»f thieklv-Hi'-'sti'd hoMincy \vns 15 pV»r omit. At iIir find of <fl«t. vnnr it. 'tild f!rr>!ip<>d to I'2 pnr ooiit., and at'tho pvnsont timn itns down to'8 ppr fipnt. ' As 'tlin Tnapnntn'-Gnnnvnl'of Polic" W1 oli-j'ic.tod to tln» appointment, of 'Ronior-fSoi-g-onnt, Ttitollin, of Oou'Vl; to juonn pnnnit*, n<vin'ar to thrtt o(Tionrs n'ruadv lniiltitiidinon* dii'tit)?, it. ,wnn deiiidfd to rprionunnnd Afr. 8 A 11 Stovenson f'ir Hip position. It wns rp'olvod to nrocppd forthwith rtprninflt thruo landholders, whono wire netting instalments wore in arreara..

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

BLOAT IN CATTLE. From. whatever cause, bloat in cattle is very dangerous, and unless help is soon obtained' the animal will die. The most effectual way of relief is to use an instrument that is designed for.this pur pose,..but if: this is not at hand n knife may be used, the small blade , of-a., pen knife being the right size, run through ft cork to make the blade the right length. • Push the.right side of the cow against the wail, place the knife on the leftside, about midway between the short, rib and the hip bone, give the knife a sharp blow with the hand, withdraw the knife, in sert a quill, and leave it there until .the gas escapes. The. quill should be watched so that it may-not become clogged with blood. ' ■ ; The next day after the operation give the cow. one and one-half pounds of Ep som salts, and if she is'not chewing her cud the following day, give her a strip of salt pork, about a quarter of a pound, which will bring her out in good shape. The knife:operation, if proper...

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

cv medicine said & beverage s>.t the c^me time you «*re consuxn SCHNAPPS* b&% auction on the secret ive - or^&jus is si once siimulaifvc cur&iive.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CURES FOR RINGWORM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

CTJB.ES FOR , RINGWORM. . Many inquiries are made at this sca son"6f tlie~ year for a remedy for ring worm on cattle.; The disease is caused . by a vegetable parasite, and shows itsel generally on the "eyelids or other part? of the head, or on the neck; and is liabU :to spread over all parts of the body; It may be known by , the loss of the hiir on the part affected and the formation of a'white scale or scurf, which spread to larger surface, and to other cattle in the same shed, and is ,supposed to lurk in the walls and partitions of the shed; Numerous "remedies are prescribed by veterinary authorities, such as tincture' of iodine; nitrate of mercury .ointment, acetic acid, coal-tar preparations etc., but a simple and sure cure is sulphur: ointment, made by mixing powdered sulphur in oil, lard or grease of any kind, well rubbed Into the auectea part The cure will be more quickly and affec tually completed if the scales are first softened by washing: -with' warm soap suds., and parti...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr Pigott Thanks the Electors. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

Mr Plggdtt Thanks the Elsciors. Owing to, Mr Pi^yntt's inability t.'< I)D iirpsftnt at I ho (Induration of I Iih poll'in Oijiidohnlin. on Tuesday, 26t,U inst., i\fr Jnrri"H T. Oav<»! v»ry kindly oniifnntod-to not on his Imhalf, and ren ] the following tolo^ram : — ":TIihtik« to nine th-m^nnd Oalarn ♦deiM.or* who voted T<ihovnlism and Lihnrtv; ihittilfH for. many acts of .'(induces shown mo pflr-inmilly during Ciiiiniaif^D.iilikiv hy Lil'iornl ;nud -Lnbpr NiiiirmrroiH; eoiigraniliiriona 'to Mr Hrown, vyhoso poraonal worth is h«'d by m« in tiihighest. est'^in ; f,hnnkn to Mr Daniel for Jiis unfailing ob'trNoy and impartial conduct nf Uallot. Hnatpn hnt not. dismayfid — fares list a jrrpat. Lihfiral a wakening and a plorioiiH '-mturrectioii three yoaro hence,— IT. Pi'/pntt."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1910. Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

THE .: CAMOWHSBW STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1910. Local Topics. ■Messrs Mm my, Olnrko, and pnrtv, •who Iipvr Vipo.n vet-king the Bluft Jacket mine for nomo 'liirto, oxpwrt to he ithla *o clear up tho result of nix weeks' crushing in a faw days time. A meeting of the local Railway J>nifUo will bo held to-morrow •(Saiurdftv) afternoonfor the purpose .of oonmdi>riiij» the mitter of arranging ■ce.iebrariorss for, the opoiiing of the ■Cauowir.dra railway., Tn tho Wantroola Shirn election, at 0'"*™, for 0 Hiding. John Jackson Aitd»rson polled 58 votes, and James Frederick Male 28. The local M U.T.O.O.'F'. Annual Bull takes place on May 18th. Ten der* are invited for supplying music. V^w\ oolil snap was experienced thin vwe"k—frosta Woduesday and Tliura ',fifty mornings. . -I'ljn roads about Canowindra are in a wretched du«tv condition as D. r >«nlt of the prolonged dry spoil. D iw't shiver! Procure n nice Ciir'utevflehi from Geo Newmax * At n meetinc; of th»...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cranbury. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

Cranbury. '(From our Correspondent). On Monday, 25th inst., tho • TVisliop ■ ma^A his first. yKit to Oriirihurv, tlwv nC'jnsion hwinnr ffj-.-. cnn. •sonirntioii of-'tlift no«'.Kngii«li Ohiiri-h. Thojchnroh, which .ir'nnn of tho finosf (jf nut tho vpvv 6npst) nf the hiiflflinfrs''. in the ftotintrv parts of tho dififiooo, "hoinp onk',of/«lf>ht; th« Bishop 'lost. nr> timo in nnkiii^ Mr.rnn^pmo'its for its' cinpooVnlinn, and it must linv«-hoon n '.Croat p'loasuro to him to find.his por vinns woro nl-"> mqnired at two othor o«ntros to fulfil tho pnnif pW.sin'j (Wfoniwiv, 1hu« sho-,1 ing tho -PHprpv and onAnismem amongtho parisTsonors of thn Ouda1 parish. , ; Aftn'v tho cw'crn.rto-n of tho log ppvnn onnfliil.'ifpi w^ro prosonti'd for oonfirrmtion hv tho Tiiuho'p, who, in a vorv impros«ivt« and sohvntv mnnnor. nxohun-wl Iho <joriouc nnt.urn of tho.. obligation -th«v • werovwwW: tahmcr, and IriiNtnd ■ thov would hinjr rnrnarn faithful and honourable mem h(>r» nf »h» ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Correspondence. (To tho Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

Correspondence. (To tho hrlitor). Sir,—I notion a p-win your issue of the 2'2nd • itisf,. Hinting thnt enme furuioi's were already, begirmiag to fear the LaborProgressive Land Tax, and that one of the Liberal farmers is putting .his land 011 the m'irfcft at £300 less- than he would liuve taken hrtfiito .the elections. Yes, and I have no dimbt in mr mind but thst this local", farmer's nresent; prion for hi* land is as stiff as ft throe-rni! fence and well tip to the -present market, value of land in this dis4.net. wliinh. any fair-minded man will urhuit is high; Rutthis par seem-'.to me more Tike an electioneering dodge tn cateb votes..sf"tit*j coaling State election -rlmn an article bpn'i'fiig Mt» bull mark. • I Tioiioe Mr. Oonrov,\the defeated Liberal," also feels a bicY)Ut of sui t*, and trios to give a parting sbVi^to the farmers who voted aaramst him.XJiii' the cartridge he fired wri« oiily\n blanlc—all smoke—Imt the two' cartridges that eleet'irs fired Inm out; with in lOOfi an...

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ALL FROM A SKYSCRAPER. WORKER'S THRILLING FLIGHT. HOW A WIRE ROPE SAVED HIM FROM DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

:Al.L FftOM A dKYbUKAHthf j WORKER'S THRILLING FLIGHT, IJ,OW A WIItE ROl'E SAVED H1AI FROM DEATH. ■ Hero is the story t(.;j ,;V William K. MacDonald, of St. Louis, when ho had his narrow escape from dt-aih iu a fall of nine stories :— - X Lopple(l over backwards, and shot down so rapidly that it took. e stories for my body to turn a complete somersault, 'ihen, miracul ously, my logs'straddled a wire rope, my left arm wrapped around it, and 1 rode.'on down beJow the second door at. lightning spuod. I was fully conscious that unless something hap pened to stop me, tdie big steel handle of a cement bucket at the L«ot j. toni of the shaft would split my bodv in half. "But, something cliicf" stop me sud denly, he continued, talking rapidr r as instil] under, the excitement of : that swift ride down a wire, " and in tho twinkling of sin eye my body was thrown violently agajinst the side of |-.the 'shaft. T caught in angle'-bar, and held . on for. life, although t>ho iopL between my leg...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW RAILWAY. JOINING THE TWO NIGERIAS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

A, NEW KAIL WAY. .I 0LN1NG TlUi, TWO NIGERIAS - I ha decision ol the Government -aniioiiiioed ■ in the House by Mi Churchill on Monday) to construct a ra/rhvnj' through Northern Nigeria lvonv Bnro, on tins Niger, >s. not un expected.: ^hc went appointment of .Sir Percy; G-irouardas . Str 1 rederick tAEHxrcl's -successor; foryslmdowed such a development, and it is no small tribute to the latter that- the famous Canadian whovljmlt Kitchener's Sou dan railway should havo adopted, his predecessor's- scheme practically.-m its entirety. . Sir Frederick, . however, sug'g^stcda light . line 01" 2ft;: 6111. g-auge, .but the Government, presum ably:, oil Sir. Percy ;G-iro_uard's recom mendation,.. have- deoidod on a 3ft. &in. gauge, which is- the" standard African gauges and/that, of the exist ing It no.. nr Southern Nigeria, with wlnioh the new, line is. to be funked up via Co'jlm. AN ANCIENT CIVILISATION. ■Sokoto, throug-h the heart: of which the nt'W railway will run to. Kaaio, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CENTURY AGO. A FORMER NOTABLE PICTURE COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

. A CENTURY AGO. A FORMER NOTABLE PICTURE COLLECTION. Just a century ago, it is interesting to recall, another world-famous collection, that formed the nucleus of the present Du'lwich Gallary, was bequeathed by the collector, Desenfaus to his friend, Sir Francis Bourgeois, the founder of the gallery. The collection was originally acquired for Stanislaus, King of Poland, who wished to form a National Gallery. But the downfall of Roland left Desenfaus with the pictures on his hands. They were offered to Paul I. of Rusela at cost price. 12,000 guineas, .without success, 'although the Czar was reminded that he had become the sove reign of a great part of the kingdom on behalf of which the pictures had be«u acquired. FIRST PUBLIC PICTURE GALLERY. England then had no National Galleiy, and Sir Francis Bourgeois, himselt an artist and collector, intended to make the pictures a nucleus of a national collection, but his proposals were not received favorably. His chance acquaint ance with one ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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NAVAL AND MILITARY IN PRAISE OF THE HOME FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

NAVAL AND MH.ITAItY IN PRAISE- OF THE HOME FLEET., : ;In a leading article on the Home Fleet inspected by the Colonial" Premiers' at Portsmouth the other day the "Army and Navy Gazette" (11th May) enters a vigo rous protest against "the ridiculously pessimistic and criminally unfair pic tures of this force which have been drawn by certain persons for the purpose of. imposing upon the public." Taking Germany's effective Na.vy as a standard of comparison, the writer-contends that "we have in/the Home Guard a fleet which should,be quite a match 'for any thing it may meet in the North Sea,-and that this fleet is to be made, by a series of drills and exercises, a thoroughly ef fective weapon of war. "When we 'turn to the composition of this fleet, taking, first classes and numbers; the striking fact is its strength as compared with previous fleets of a similar charactei. At .whatever period may be taken in: our naval history, It is impossible to find ns in possession of a force operating...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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VICTIMS OF THE VELDT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

VICTIMS OF THE VELDT. (By THE HON. S. BRETT.) . A gallant-chargo, a quick battle, and a sudden, awful, aching silence. And then two men, thought to be dead, loft alone upon the Veldt, They had fallen quite close to one , another, so close that the younger, a j boy with fair curls, had hold of the other's hand, (.t wore a smile, this boy's face, although there was blood upon his curls, but the man whose hand ho clasped lay all twisted, with his. head buriod in his arm. .The long stretch of country ..seemed peaceful enough now, and very silent; tlic pitiless sun showed these two but little pity. Presently the boy moved, groaned, and opened his eyes. He lay quiet for a while, just blinking at the cruoi sky. "Oh!" he said Very gently, " how con—founded !" '■1 he man who had long been trying to make up his mind to ait up, manag ed to;do so now. He, was by far the more pitiful sight of, the two, l.or where ■ there should have been his ' eyes, 1 here were two crimson globes of blood that s...

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

SUNLIGHT LAUNDRY SOAP When you have proved the value of Sunlight Soap yon will be equally satlaflad U yon try Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and kitohen sink*. Chaa. B. PARKER tel. zisb city. MMINT, »M« S«„ Sy«n»y THE BEST for an good work whore a Hlth-eltM Flabh h required. It will «t*nd the weather ] and will act blister, crack, peel ofl or fade. PETER Xjmiczm TYRES ..The Tyre with the Strong Casing.. ^Made Specially for Australian MOTORS, MOTOR CYCLES. ~~ Rondo. BICYCLES and TRICYCLES, HEAVY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES - Sydney Depot: 34 O'Connell Street. YAN SAUCE FROM MACOMOCHIB BROS., LONDON. Delicious with Soaps, Fish, Oysters, Game, Meats, Cheese, &c Tble Sn» Is mt o( the amnoi, Try a bottle and you will say so. It (Itss Health aad Appetite. Sold by all Leading Qrocers. HOTEL MANSION BAY8WATER ROAD THH HIGHEST AND MOBT CONVENIENT P08IT10N IN SYDNEY 180 Badrooma j IS Hot and Gold Bathe j ElesUrle El»r»to* i .. Bleetrls Light | Comfortable Pnbllo Rooms i EfCelUnf Bt...

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FROM ALL [?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910

Everything is possible if you have one person to/believe in you.—"Ian Mac laren." "Been for n holiday?" "Yes, just Rutting hotter."—'"Ally Slopcr's ITalf Holiday." "Is Mr Forbes In?" "No, sir." "Is ho on the telephone';" "I don't know where lie is, sir."—"Punch." The hope ot India lies in the British people rather than in the British Gov ernment.—"Indian Opinion? (Natal). Wife: Before we were, married you said I was a dream. Husband: Yes; hut 1 didn't know your money was then.— "Judy." Grace: But isn't he awfully old to 1m: engaged to? Gertrude: Oh, rather; but then,of course, I shall keep up my other engagements. The rich man. had done wrong, and yet lie tlireateneth witlial; tlio poor man is wronged, and he must entreat also.— Beclesiasticus. Manitoba, with its thriving capital of Winnipeg, has become one of the well favored spots of tlio earth.—"American '.Review of Reviews." ' Some day we hope a flourishing Uni versity will be regarded as as much an essential for a prosperous ci...

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