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THE CASTLE OF CRIMSON WINDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
THE CASTLE OF CRIMSON WINDOWS. i (By W. E. CHURCH.) Was there over such a toy? Had ■Queen Titania, visited me and told of a more enchanting one I could not have believed her. The toy was bier, too—made from a ,tea/ chest. I had hung with delight over picture-books, .seen Amy Robsart's Keni'lworth, and also Fothoringay, where the axe fell on Mary • Stuart's neck, but none of tlie romantic buildings enchained my fancy "like the "Castle of Crimson Windows." It was built for mo when I was seven by an assistant scenc painter at Old Sadler's Wells, by name Pierre Wizard. When work was slack at the theatre he did odd jobs at our house ! in Pentonvillc. -The 'artist '.was so ' good-natured and^obliging that we all j called him Pierrot He talked like "an actor 011 the stage, and used such j hard words that I was?/ frequently ; puzzled. Yet'those oddities mattered; little when I looked, on my plaything, i -Wren himself or Gilbert Scott could not have explained the order, of ar-, chitecture. T...
KIDNAPPER'S STORY. CONTRADICTED BY THE VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
KIDNAPPER'S STORY. CONTRADICTED BY THE VICTIM. It is reported trom liutte, Montana, (reports the New York correspondent of I tlie London "Dally Mail") that "Pat" ! Crowe, who in 1900 kidnapped a son of ! Mr Cudaliy, the Beef Trust magnate, has been arrested there. He declares that the boy himself proposed the kid napping. Young Mr Cudaliy indignantly denies Crowe's accusation, and his parents ridi cule the story, for which the police say there is no foundation. Mr Cudahy, senior, will take an aclivc yurt in Crowe's proaecutlyn.
A MUSICAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
A MUSICAL EVENING. By M.D. ' The poet was right.'; Life is b y . n.° /means "an empty dream." Bits of it are more like a ntght-mare. You may realise this after attending a musical evening. The dictionary , gives no true indication of the meaning of: the thing, though you look it up before and after entering an /appearance, and. read into the explanatory .words all you have seen and" felt. ' , A dozen persons having.been invited to a musical evening turn their .homes into infernal regions limited "getting ready." After a rush meal, the results of which are certain later on to stimu late production in the indigestion a"d liver pill'line, a'start is made for the central Inferno unlimited. Bach person is armed with a few songs and a c°>° A cold is an absolute necessity. sou must never go to a musical evening without a cold. .A cold partlculaily o the chest is of more use to you at a musici\ evening than songs. On arrival y,6u are paraded round the drawing-room to he introduced to * o...
SHELL IN A DUST CART. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
, SHELL IN A DUST OAKT. J From time to time dwellers ifi the City of Westminster and employes of the Council are alarmed by explosions o£ "live" cartridges and fuses placed amongst house refuse by thoughtless members'of the community. A fresh sensation was reported re cently. It appears that one of the work men in charge of a dustcart standing m Macclesfield street, Soho, found, on ex amining his vehicle, after ■* temporary absence lasting a few minutes, a shiny object, which on c.lose examination proved to bo a fully-charged shell.. With commendable care and tact the man took It to the depot, and reported the matter to the police, who are mak: ing' the fullest investigation Into the matter. The shell hus been submitted to expert Cor examination. -"Dally News. \
DEATH OF MISS DOYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
DEATH OF MISS DOYLE. It is with extreme regret we have to report the death of Miss Florrie Doyle, daughter of Mr. Geo. Doyle, of Canowindra, which sad event oc- curred at the Parkes Hospital on Tuesday last, from peritonitis. De- ceased, who had been ailing about three weeks, was only 24 years of age, and her demise came as a great shock to her parents and relatives, for whom sincere sympathy is expressed. A father and mother and four sisters and three brothers are left to mourn their loss. The funeral took place at Parkes on Wednesday.
DEATH OF MR. W. TOOHEY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
DEATH OF MR. W. TOOHEY. The news that Mr. William J. A. Toohey, third son of Mr. and Mrs D Toohey, of the Vandenberg Hotel, Forbes, had passed away in the local hospital on Sunday afternoon last, came with the utmost pangs of regret to his many friends in this district. &nbsp; The deceased, who was only 23 years of age, entered the office of the Forbes "Times" as a compositor some few months ago. About three weeks ago he complained of being ill, and was ordered to the hospital, suffering from appendicitis. On Thursday last, he was operated upon, but the case, which from the first was diagnosed as dangerous through the complaint being of long standing, became so serious that a second operation was deemed necessary on Friday. His &nbsp; condition after this was extremely low, and although he rallied slightly &nbsp; on Saturday, he gradually sank and passed away about three o'clock on Sunday afternoon, the secondary cause of death being hemorrhage. The deceased ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Wedding. CASTLE—COGHLAN. At St Edwards' R.C. Church, &nbsp; Canowindra, on Tuesday morning last, George Castle, of Canowindra, was married to Miss Mary Coghlan, second eldest daughter of Mr. J A Coghlan, of Canowindra. The cere- mony was performed by the Rev. Father Doran &nbsp; &nbsp; The bride, who was given away by her father, wafe attired in a pretty dress of pale heliotrope and pale green and pale green shot glace silk, trimmed with fillet net and insertion, and a pale heliotrope satin belt, with streamers and a dorothy bag (gift of the Sisters), and a spray of Orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums and asparagus fern ; also a white charmeuse hat with white ostrich feathers, white satin ribbon and chiffon. She also wore a gold brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid, Miss K Coghlan (sister of the bride), was dressed in white Swiss muslin, trimmed with insertion and tucks, relieved with pale blue ribbon ; also a white ha...
Eugowra News. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Eugowra News. (From our Correspondent). The weather still continues dry. We have had 110 rain of any importance for many weeks now, and if we - don't get a downfall very soon the outlook for the winter will be very gloomy. FooTbam, Matters. The annual meeting of the Eugowra. Football Club was held at Austin's Hotel 011 the 20th inst., Mr D. Chesher in the chair. The balance sheet was received and adopted, and disclosed a satisfactory state of affairs. The election of. officers for the ensuing year was then proceeded with, and resulted as followsPresident, IX Chesher ; vice-Presidents, G. Marshall, A. M. Telford, H. W. Vincent, W. Niveil, jnr., V. Ridley, B. Yates, N. McKinnou, James Irvine ; Secretary and Treasurer, W. J. Kerr; General Committee, Geo. Coram, C. and A. Greenhalgb, L. Kirby | jnr., W. Irvine, J. Joyce. T. Mylecharane ; Selection Committee, L. Kirby, C. and A. Greenhalgh. Messrs G. and H. Coram were appointed to act as delegates to the general meeting at Forbes. The me...
Death of Mr E. W. O'Sullivan [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
Death of Mr E. W. O'Sul- livan Mr E. W. O'Sullivan, M L.A., who has been seriously ill for some time past, passed away in St. Vincent's Private Hospital at 4 o'clock on Mon- day morning. A journalist by pro- fession, the late Mr O'Sullivan wan born in Tasmania in 1846, and was, therefore, 64 years of age. After two defeats, he entered Parliament in 1885, &nbsp; and twice held Ministerial office, being Minister for Works in 1899-1904, and Minister for Lands in 1904. He was a strong democrat in politics, and had proposed many advanced measures, and carried out a vigorous policy of public works, railways, tramways, etc.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 April 1910
To B^SScJers. "TENDERS are . invited for theJ tion ol Concrete Resideif Oanowindrn for J. 8. ' PailiHiJ Plans and specifications rmiy ~ " uiidersiguiSS ,i;e at, Canow! addressed mfeii Bathurst riot oil Saturday, May COPEMAN, F.I.A., Architect. Exchange Buildings, Buthurst. £5 Reward | 03T, Bay Saddle Mare, t wo liind • feet wjiite, aged 4 years, branded WFI, aWut 15 hands high; also a Bay ,S^iU^uoL!t—^ Red 2 years, one hiaitiwi wljfue, unfkrajvded. The abovo/rowftrd^wiU. be.pflid to anyorio retun)ing tliem to / \ ' JAMES QANIMEY, I1 Cargo Road. ELECTION OF PASTURES PROTECTiaa BOA,ID. "PHE Roll of Persons entitled to rota ^ at the Election of Directors of the Pastures Protection Board for the Pastures Protection District of Carcoar may be inspected at all Police Stations, Post Offices, and Crown Lands Offices within the Pastures Protection Dis trict. All applications from persona claiming to bo entitled to have their names added to the Roll must be lodged with^ne before the Sixth Day...
CORNIS[?]H HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
CORNISfH HUMOR. Cornishmen are? jiv no means devoid ot ■ liumor, altlio'ugfl'i] ';t is sometimes un conscious. A..visiE'or at an inn on re tiring said (o ink, host, "I'll put my 0"tsldc ilie cft.aor of m.v room." Air right," replied ■ the host; "riawbody won t touch 'em." W on 0ne occasion a gentleman from I,#jn(]on was lecturing ..at Sennen Cl)ui'e]jJftown on "Ghosts." ify asking any of His audience wlio iijF1(j 0V0I. SCen s> ghost to p.e.'ise step 01* (.[le platform. Whore t mi,l> o\ the agricultural type stepped up. Si» |C] (he lecturer, "Now, n,v"'.you V-'ver seen n ghost?" bhoast. Aiv. gli(»,ast i,e dnnged." said Uie man. "1 tii.iti*,llt you snid'a gooat. r.'d bettor • I®"!.'.., «■ —1"Westminster Gazette."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
GOOD LAUNDRY £OAP Wimb yon havo proved the ralua of Sunlight Soap yon will be equally satlifod II yon try Monkey Brand for icourinj; metal woodwork and kitofaen sinka. TEL. 2195 CITY. Chas. B. PARKER AGENT, 39 Pitt 8t.f Sydney - - - — THE BEST for all good work where a High-class Finish is required. It will stand the weather and will not blister, crack, peel of! or fade. PETER UNION TYRES ••The Tyre with the Strong Casing.. ''0r" " Made Specially for Australian MOTORS, MOTOR CYCLES. — Roado. BICYCLES and TRICYCLES, HEAVY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES — Sydney Depot: 34 O'Connell Street. PAN YAN SAUCE FRO VI MACONOCHIE BROS , LONDON. Delicious with Soups, Fish, Oysters, Game, Meats, Cheese, &c, This Sauce is out of the common. Try a bottle and you will say so. It gives you Health anil Appetite. Soli) by all Leading Grocers. ,1 Sack Specialists. Smith's are true Specialists. They devote (ill their time anc! talents to New and Second-hand Sacks. That's why you oan't beat 'em for New or O...
THE MIND OF A CHILD. USES OF PERVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
( THE MIND OF A CHILD USES OF PERVERSITY. Florence Fan- writes in the London " Daily Mail" '•— ' Yesterday, discussing education a lady told mo nhc hail been ™.aU"j7 observations among '\cl- ■ girls, and she found that they wore almost invariably being taugh ^ right thing at the wrong time. One g'ii'l confessed that ^ she ha ,,pnce worshipped her beautiful and used to kiss the places | her hands and feet had rested when she "Vlsu'tcd the nursery ; but one da.\ the mother did not do what s^n5^ . promised, and worship was changed into criticism. Another felt the time had come _IQV .j marauding adventure to the . and larder ; the .spirit of perversity, had begun to work. - 'the Ior,"^clc joys or swooping the flooi-.s sU | lib iiiK thc kitchen table,, making pa&trj,, ironing linen, and so.forth wore de lightful to her. Yet another was m a cominciual period ■ for the ambition to do Uu- , household shopping eclipsed 0UST0NI3 INSTEAD OF BREAD All these girls were being forced to le...
LONDON RECRUITING. HOW IT PROCEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
LONDON RECRUITING. HOW IT PROCEEDS. They were?about a score in number— keen-eyed, lean of body, and alert in mind, they had passed the doctor and their "characters" were blameless, so they only waited to be sworn in to start their servicS for King and country. Some of these typical Cockney lads had lived in a martial atmosphere for the past four or live days while their antecedents were being .carefully inquired into. But whether; the time liad been.congenially spent in the games room or in the 'old home, they were all eager for the new life,. Illustrated in red, white, and blue coloring on the walls.-: . They were re cruits for his Majesty's army. . War Ministers and their schemes of reorganisation may come and go, but, fortunately for the British nation, the stream of recruits flows., steadily —: i£ not for ever,' at^.any fate for the pre sent. For more than a year past-the supply of men lias been highly satisfac tory, both in quality and quantity, and • now. that-the recruiting s...
NOT A TRUE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
NOT A TRUE FARMEU. Every considerate man realises that a true farmer feeds his soil as well as his cattle. The soil feeds the plants which are grown for the stock, and, of course, it cannot give up its elements year after year with out receiving something in return, any more than the dairy cow can give milk day alter day without feed. Land can go on longer with-, 'out food than the cow, but it will sooner or later require some sort of food, just as the cow needs to be fed if she lives and remains productive. The good farmer realises this, and is doing everything in his power to carefully maintain the fertility that is in his soil. He puts back each year on his land as much fertility as his crops take from it. A man that can grow^crops year after year from the soil, and still keep the land fertile and productive, .as it was when he took it, is a true farmer and a benefit to the world. We condemn the rich man's son for carelessly ^squandering the fortune his fathelvnas left him, but h...
[?]S TREASHE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
A ..an sob TREACHER-9CC hcr SeALT*7'"" ■ 11 And she wouldn't lvave it," interrupted Robin, looking lip lor j the first time with a wild expres- f sion of despair. " She said she , had things to get at Mother Duff's, • and should stop a bit there,'.a-gos? | siping. It'll be on my mind by i day and by night, that if I'd went J with her, harm wouldn't have come." * . I " And that'was how she left | you," pursued Mr. •Vomer.- '.'You 1 did not. see her after that ? : You . know-nothing further-of her move- ' men Is ? " - • ■ . " Nothing,.-further," assented Robin." I watched her down the lime as far as the turning, and that, was the last." " Did she go to Mrs. Duff's, I wonder1? " asked. Mr. Vejfner. Oh,. yes ; several ,of those pre sent could answer; that. There was the parcel brough put by Dan Duff, as .testimony ; and. if more had been needed, Mrs.- Duff herself had afforded it, for she made one of the crowd outside. • : . ; -.-' We must have Mrs. Dull' in," said Mr. \rcrner. . Accord...
RAISING CALVES ON THE PAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
RAISING CALVES ON THE , " PAIL. ; The Michigan Agricultural Col lege lias just completed a three-year experiment to find out which is the cheaper method of raising calves for the butcher. Each year two lots"of --G qws J_i ay e been set apart, one lot being allo^Teri.--i©--£cicktexjits. calves, and the other having theif'^calves weaned as soon as they are born, and raised on the pail. ' "" Of the first lot; a'complete indi vidual record was kept of all the feed that the cows who suckled their calves consumed, and also, the amount of supplementary, food that the young calves were fed." In the second lot the young calves were fed whole milk for the first six weeks, and were then -fed on skim milk until seven or eight months old. They were also given grain and hay, a careful record being kept of all the food consumed. Th.e cows, of the second lot were milked and indi-1 vidual records kept of the amount of milk and butter fat produced and also .the amount of feed consumed. The calves-of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
i Tommy: "Docs your mn hit your foot undo the .table when you've had .enough? • Johnny: No: that's; when f haven't hail enough, When* I have, she sends for the doc tor. Master: "What is tho date of the battle ol • Waterloo? Pupil: I don't know, sir. Master: It's a simple matter, If you haven't a good memory, to employ some mechanical method to aid you. In this case, for Instant. ' take tho twelve apostles,' add the half to their number, which makea eighteen. Multiply them by 100; that makes 1820.- Now, take the twolvo apostles again and add a quarter to their number which xmakes fifteen. Add It all together, which makes 1815, the d^e you -want. Quite, simple, you see, and you can always remember dates by using that system, ' • A POSER. I Ho was an'Impecunious, seedy, out-at-thc elbows person, aod tho doctor, when he prescribed for him. knew better than to extect ■ a 'tee., " - ; "For tho Inflamed eyes," said the bene volent physician, "dissolve ns much borauic acid ns you &l...
HIDING FROM MAMMY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
HIDING" FROM MAMMY. Ono night before wo said our prayers We sneaked away an' ran downstairs— Wo did. Wo didn't make a bit of noise, An' I had on my '•Billy-boys"— . _ • 1 did. Uohind the lilac hedge wo stood-V.:. 1 stood in front, as men folks sho.uld, I did, Wlille Mammy hunted high nil' low An" called "Whar did dem chlllun go/ Wo h-la. All' then it was that sister wriggled, I couldn't help It, an' I giggled, - 1 did. An' Mammy heard, and caught uu tight, An' lectured us with nil hor mlsl)L I 5iu: -3*.. cffcct growtfh^of a strong ha^9^[^HH by "greening" the potatocPBM tended for seed (says a Ncw'ZealaffiP paper). This is brought about by exposing the tubers to light for some \yeeks before planting, until the skin assumes' a dark green colour. This is'an old practice, .though still too frequently ndglectcd, and the opinion of growers who have con sistently. adopted this: rnethod of treating the seed is that, .the haulm is more sturdy and robust than when' the- seed -is no£ " greened...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
Frost stood outwardly calm and collected, full of inward trust, as a good man should be. lie had learned where to look for support in the darkest trial. 3\lr. Vomer in that night'of sorrow seemed to treat him as a brother. - One hour 1- Two hours,! and still they plied their remedies, under the able direction of Dr. West. All. was of .no avail, as the experienced; physician had told them. Life was ■extinct. Poor Jiachcl J.'rost was really dead !