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A HAND MAIZE PLANTER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

A HAND MAIZE PLANTER. Mr Arthur Jones, Seaview Hill, Bon doola, sends the Queensland "Agricul tural Journal" the following sketch and description-of a useful little instru ment for planting maize,in unstumped scrub-land, by means of which .the gran- . may be; planted when the surface Is so! dry that planting- in the ordinary way with the hoe is impracticable or, .at-' least, unadvisablo • .N'o. z rs:a %-tneii bar of iron over'f ■feet long, r tapered tor 2% inches at one end, which must carry full, size to start , ..of taper. -Eleven-inches from-the point, ."a . %-inch S'/4-niches long: tread is .'Irmly, riveted through the;bar,'.as shown. No. lis a tube made of stout g-alvanised sheet iron. The bottom piece, 7 inches ling, made of No. 20 galvanised iron if ob tainable, is turned to just fit the %-inch bar.: The other portion is made in the ^shapfe^sHown, with a /funnel top. . The joints niust be very strongly made, with ■ > also a stay strap flush with top of the 7-inclvpieco, an...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER V. THE TALL GENTLEMAN IN THE LANE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

CHAPTER V. THE* i ALL' UKNTLKMAN. IN THE ! j AN K. - .apart; irom i lie norror 01 uie affair, it was altogether attended with'.so-, much' mystery., th'at' that of itself would have kept the excite ment alive. What could have taken Rachel Frost near the pond at all ? Allowing tliat she had -chosen that lonely road for her way home—which appeared unlikely in the extreme—she must still have Koneout of it to approach the pond, must, have walked partly across a field to gain it. Had lier path led close by it, it would have been a dift'erent matter; it might have been supposed (unlikely still, though) that she had missed her footing and fallem in. But unplea sant rumours were beginning to cir culate in the crowd. It was whis pered that sounds of a contest, the A'oic^s being those of a man and a woman", had been heard in that direction at the time of the acci dent, or about the time ; and these rumours reached the car of Mr. ■Vi'rner. For the family to think of bed, in the present state of...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOR[?] DUNRAVEN. AN INTER[?]ESTING PERSONAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

4; DUNRAVEN. AN INTErf,ESTING pERSONAGK xne i-.au ^ Dunraven and Mount •Karl, the wifnj,er of the Kaiser's Cup with his ^"*3. yacht the Cariad, lias had a mogt inteit,3Sting career Although he is best knov\.n to tj,e general public as a yachtsman, he [las i^hieved fame as a soldier, a 11 \hor, politician, war-corres pondent, and feportsman. In his younger days he Gven\^yen(. jn j01. theatrical enterprise, butt^jg success in this direc tion was unforjlfUnateiy not equal to his enthusiasm. *n those clays L/ord Dun raven was lcn/0wn as jj0rcj ..y^are, and it is said that fohen the. late H. J. Byron was asked u;pr a title for one of his lordship's P'/pductinns, he replied, "Oh, call it TRobl<Jv' Axiair." Lord Dunraven Is a Wyndham^ and he can boast a purely Celtic his ancestors having been descend of Olliol Olum, one of the Kings of land. His forebears, the O'Quins, their name to Jnchiquin, and their fluonce is found in other Irish pis names, such as Drumquin, etc. title of D...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLOT AGAINST AN ENGLISH OFFICER CLEVER ESCAPE FROM KIDNAPPING. DRAMATIC EXPLOIT IN BULGARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

PLOT AGAINST AN JNCLISH OFFICER CLEVEIt ESCAPE F.IU5M KID NAPPING. I3RAJ1.ATIC EXl'LOIT IN BUI-GAM A. ; Salonica, 6th August.—The follow ring .arc some additional details of the recent, attempt- by a Bulgarian bandy to; kidnap Colonel Elliot, the British'staff ofiicer in charge of the work of gendarmerie .reorganisation in .the Drama district of Macedonia. ■ , In the. course of a tour: in his dis trict Colonel. Ellio,t arrived on the afternoon of Tuesday, 30th "July, at tlie Bulgarian village of Gyuradjik, situated about seven hours from . Drama,, on the road to, Nevrokop; It seems clear that it had been planned to: carry him oil from the house in which j he passed the night, and that this project was frustrated only" by the vigilance of his. escort in guard ing the house. . About, seven o'clock the - following .morning, Colonel Elliot went out to tnl<e a stroll round the village. Turn ing into a side-street,he had gone only about forty yards, when he suddenly found himse...

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 — 6 May 1910

Genera' Carrier and Forwarding - - Agent. - - Orders Promptly Attended to. r _ _ _ - A. WEISS, - -——Wool and Produce Store,— (Opposite Railway Station), -^-^CANOWINDRA,^-^ J

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MADAME DONALDA. A GREAT CANADIAN SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

MADAME DONAXDA. A GUKAT CANADIAN SINGER. Almost like a fairy-tale is the.story of the rise to tame of Madame Donalda. the Canadian prima donna, who has scored such brilliant-triumphs during the i-ec.cnt opera season at Co vent Garderv (says "M.A.P.").: A; few years ago she was mi unknown girl in her native city of Mon treal with, if. she had any definite^am bition, some idea -of studying medicine, but with no thoughts of a career as" il singer. To-day Madtime Donalda is in the front rank of prima donne, having wore'not only the rapturous approval of critics-and audiences at all the great opera houses at Brussels, ■ - New Xorlt. Covent Garden, Monte Carl'o, etc., but what is generally regarded as the "top note" of operatic success—the position of first, lyric soprano at the ' Opera Comique, Paris. ■. . Miss Lightstone, as ' she' was, - wan seventeen years' of age ; when her beautiful voice was' discovered by Mrs Meldola de Sola, of Montreal, who: ob tained from'Lord stratlicona a sch...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY. APRIL, 26TH. For Confirmation. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

Secoiid Day. Aruir, 26th. For 0on6rinition. O.'O.P. 09-5, 200a, George Cassell. Confirnied for 200 acres. C.L. 09-5, 200a, George Cassell. Confirmed for 200 acres ; rent 2 j-d». C.P. 09-45, 7a 3r 35p, James Law rence Murphy. Confirmed for. 7a 3r O.'ip ; capital value appraised nfc £7 10s per acre. OC.P. 10-3, 100b, Arthur Henry Atkinson. Confirmed for 100 acres, C.L. 10-3, 150a, Arthur Henry At kinson. Confirmed for 150 acres ; rent 3d. A.C.P. 09-46. 200a, George William Taber. Adjourned. A.C.P. 09-50, 200a, John Irvine. Adjourned. For Investigation. A.C.P. 10-2, 100a, Richard Hansen Balmer. Survey of 120 acres directed. C.L. 10-1, 470a, Richard Htinsen Balmer. Survey of 470 acres directed. C.L. 10-2, 130a, Richard Hansen Balnjer. Survey of 150 acres directed. Sp.b. 09-8, 170a, Peter Henry Mc Cartney. Lease of 40 icres recom mended ; rent 2s 6d per acre. Sp.L. 09-17, 4a, Tliomaa Donald. Lease of 3 acres recommended ; rent £3. Sp.L. 09-19, 75J- acres, Henry Gransden. Withdrawn. Ajipl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIPS. THE ABSURDITY THEREOF. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

'TIPS. THE ABSURDITY THEREOF; . i Tips at hotels (remarks'a writer in " London- Truth"' of- 14th August) arc, I seel once more exciting •discus sion. Troulilcsome; and absurd as they are, . it ,seems more difficult' to-.' revolutionise1 them than to'rellect. a •political revolution iji an ordinary . State. - The first attempt was made about forty years ago: Nothing was . then charged in the bill for service. It was . suggested - that v a charge should be made, and that the amount thus - obtained by the- hotelkccper - should-, bo divided amongst the ser vants: in lieu of all personal tipping. The- hotclkecpers. jumped at the .pro posal, and: charged for attendance in their bills, with the, only result that the visitors to their establishments. paid twice over, for a- guest on his departure is still expected to: tip- the head weiier, the waiter who serves, at dinner, and the waiter who brings coffee- after .dinner; the' waiter of the floor : he occupies, the chambermaid, .the 'lift-bo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIRD DAY, APRIL 27. Appraisement of Crown Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

Third Day, April 27. Appraisement of Crown Improve ments. A.H.S. 09-7, Gosper, Edeach Eliza. Adjourned. O O.P. 08-27, Waltor Burch. Clear ing appraised at 30s. Uuder Pastures Protection Act, 1902. To Erect Rabbit-proof Fence. T.8.R. No. 238S1, estate of the late Thomas Barton. Adjourned. To assess contributionn towards cost of Rabbit-proof Fence. Christopher Wren v. George Griffiths. Withdrawn.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE SWISS ALPS THEIR HONEYCOMBING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

THE SWISS ALPS THEIR HONEYCOMBING. H. G. Archer writes In the "Dally Mail":— ' ' Ever since the inauguration of the Simplon Railway, "France, Switzerland and Italy have been flooded with tun nel literature setting forth the advant . ages of the multitudinous schemes afloat for the construction of additional Alpine perforations. The majority of these pro jects are fttr from being of a will o' the wisp-like nature, inasmuch as they re present well thought-out plans, pro moted at considerable expense by muni cipal or cantonal committees, backed . by sound technical recommendations, t and in receipt of serious consideration ort the-part of the respective Govern ments. However, before proceeding to explain the more important of these .'Projects, we will describe the fresh batch of Alpine tunnels now under con- j struction or nearing completion. THE SCHEME WHICH WON. | The object of the Loetschberg tunnel is fairly familiar—viz., to shorten the approaches to the Simplon Irom Central Switz...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mining. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

Mining. Wo take tlio following from the " Annual Report of the Department of Mines, N.S.W., for the year 1909" just hand:— Canowindua Division. From the mine held by W. H. StokfiH, at Sam's lieef, 136 tons were crushed for a yield of 109 <>z., valued at £424. A lot of dead work, in the way of donning out the old drives and retimheiing the levels, etc., was un ; tlei faken during the year. At a depth of 215 feet a large formation is being sunk on, finsnys from which are stated to yield from !) dwts. to 2 oz of gold per ton, while at the 175-foot level it. has been drivon across for 36 feot, tLe assays yielding from !> to 13 dwts. ofj gold per too. i Tho Gospel Oak Mine was closed I down duting the second half of the year. A parcel of 10 tons of ore was despatched to the Customs Smelting Works, aud yielded 19 oz. of gold, vulued at £76. At the Ked and Blue Jaoket Mine, Bolmoro, work was confinod to delelop Tuxnt. The IJed-Jackot main shaft wa» unwatered, and the No. 1...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

Tenders. T ANDERS for removing tho School Building at WafnrguthbBn and v-*rvQti:ijr same at Bangaroo bufore iht» mul ffl June^ill be Tecmrad by i,ilrt iti/l»rataJ9(l unjill 14th May, homestArfq. Ljweat orany tender not ueceanfrily accepted. S^QCIATION. Railway League Meeting. .C*OR 8A.LE.— Four-roomed House, * Two aorea<.yFenoed\ <210. r / v_j jr l^jirdett. Noiice of Application for a Cer* tificate of Discharge. In the Supi eme Court of i Now South Wales. > No. 15482. fn Bankruptcy. ) R« Gsulioa I/AURBiTOB RlDLBf, of Mount McDonald, lute of Eugowta. To tho Official Assignee and Creditors. *j?AKE notice, that I, Giokoe LA.tr ■ »BfJoa Ridley, intend to apply to the Court on Wednesday, the Twenty ffifth day of May, a.d., 1910, at 10 nim., or as soon afterward* as the courae of business ufill afirnit, that Certificate of Diachygfl^o granted to m*. und«r and areojwiBgsto th« pro visions of the Bankrtinifor Act, 1898. Bated this '29th /JayVf April/1910. Pip] &...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Appeal Court. (Before Messrs Curry,(President), Brandis, and Houston). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

Land Appeal Court. (Before Messrs Curry,(President), Brandia, and Houston). The {oliowing reserved judgment was delivered last Thursday:— Special Lease Applications. In Ee Bassftt. The President said that this was aa appeal by George Douglas Bassett against the recommendation of local land board for refusal of his special lease applications, Nos. 1909-12 and 1909-13, Molong. The appellant made two applications for special lease, euch of 320 acres in the parish of Belubula. The land forms part of a reserve from sale for travelling stock. The land board made a recommenda tion in favour of refusing the applica tion. An appeal has been made on the following grounds:—(1) That the board should have recommended my application, as I am a duly qualified bona fide applicant, and anxious to establish a home upon the land appl ied for. (2) That as the land applied tot waa available for the purposes set out in my applications the board should have recommended the granting of same, leaving the qu...

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 — 6 May 1910

We are now showing all the Latest •See our Magnificent Stocks of Fashionable Evening "TOrlS Crepe-de-Chenes. Ninons. Cashmeres. Nuns Veilings. Silk Evening Scarves. Lovely Gauze Fans. Hosiery. Mosquetaire Silk Gloves. Ribbons. Laces. Silver and Fashion for Hair-dressing. Our Smart Evening Shoes are Unsurpassed. V Ladies' White Kid Evening Shoes. Ladies' Black Evening Shoes. "The Cromwell" Evening Shoe, Enamel Kid, Wurtemberg Heels, Fancy Buckles. Eor the Juveniles.—We have a Lovely Assortment of Everything required for the L&ttle Ones. For His Lordship "The Klere Man."—Evening Shoes, Gloves, Evening Ties, Cottars (Latest Styles). Set Our Big Crystal WSndow Display. Parker's Unrivalled Lowest Prices Reign . CALEB PARKER, Canowindra " The Stores that Save you Money." Supreme. i I

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 — 6 May 1910

— CANQWBftiDRA STOR We have Just Opened our First Shipment of Winter Dr Jl large stock of Dresses, Clothing, Flannel, Ptousings, Rags, Blankets, &c. We carry the largest and best assort and prices to suit all pockets. T. J. Finn. BOYD'S Victoria Hotel C&nowlndra,, The Leading Hotel o? the District. None but the beet brands of Wines and Spirits Stocked. Tooth^a XXX Ales and Stout on Draught. •The best of Accommodation and First class Table under Expert Supervision. flood Btntellng. Careful Crsom. A. MAKIN, GENERAL CARTER GRAVEL AND SAND ALWAY8 ON HAND. Wood and Water In any Quantity. Horse and Sulky for hire always on band. A. MAKIN, CANOWTNDRA. D. CHESHER, BEWSACENT, ETC., EUGOWRA, IS Agent for "the " Canowmdra ® Star," and is also authorized to receive orders for Advertising and Job Printing. Note.—New type laces have been installed at the Stab Office, where high-class printing is executed at city rates. Tom Murray, STOCK, STATION, £ GENERAL COMMISSION A GENT. CAN0W...

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 — 6 May 1910

SUBSCRIPTION i Far Quarter in. advance; .8/ Per Quarter, booked......4/ Subscription may com mence at any time

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

Local Land Board. The following oases were dealt with by the Local Laud Board at Cudal on April 25th, 26th and 27th :— First Day, April 25th. For Confirmation. O.C.P. 10-12, 9a Or 32p, John Thurtell. Confirmed for 9a 32p. O. H ,S. 10-1," 1 Oa I r 13p, Sydney A. Axtill. Adjourned. For Investigation.' R.L. 09-4, IOh, John Pluis. Re coininumlnd, rent 35s. lt. Tj, 09-6," I Oil, S-'iiuiiel Goorge lliurston. KRoonimonded, rent 35a. E L. 09-7, 10a, William Thomas Parice. Adjourned. ;;.vO-L.. 0.9-19, 280a, James Mulligan, Survey diieoied fur 280 acres. Sp L. 09-18, 13a, Britannia Joseph K«rr. Withdrawn. CunfiietinK for blouks in H.8. Area, No. 1165. 0 U S 7la, Ellen Louisa Mary Mint DiMillnu od O H 8. 66Ju, J ihu Patrick Griffith*. Confirmed fur 66J- aorns. 0 U.S. 66J.I, Henry Thorneoroft P«mWi»ii. Disallowed. (>. U.S. 7la, Frcdeiick James Sharp. 0(/i)Sirm>'d for 5(3]- iiorea. O.H.S. 71#, James Sharp. Con firrnod for 71 acres. O.H.S. l.'i2Au, Charles Thorpe. [Diatiitov.od.

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 — 6 May 1910

Canowfndra Railway 8everal farmers who still have tlieir ■wheat, stacked on the faTra have been ■anxious to know whether the railway ■will take away wheat before the '■officii^ opening As a result of in quiries in the proper source we re ceived the following wire from the Hon. T. WaddeJl yesterday afternoon : " I am doing my best to have wheat and lucerne carried, but fear it is im possible till line is finished. Every ■effort, however, is being made to finish the line early in June." Don't shiver I Procure a nice Chesterfield from Geo. Newman.*

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

Stray Pars. Cardinal Mortra says that the late' JUr E. W. O'Sullivan was a man of! igiant mind and grand heart. At the inquiry into tie Willoughby tragedy, William John Phillips, the ! 'father of the deceased, won committed Jfor trial on a cfc'arge of murder. There are eome splendid maize -Crops in the Bathurat district. Sumn 1 farmers estimate their yields at 120] <b-«tehelB to the acre. j Br J. K. Freyer, after a twelve months' trip to. the old world, has re sumed practice in Orange, The Sydney Labor Council have -decided to erect a memorial to the late Mr E. W. O'Sullivan. ('At the Mo'long police court last -week er'geant Blanchfield was fined £\ and costs for neglect of duty—to wit, allow ing Joseph JTagrore to escape from his lawful custody. S J Thorburn, accountant at the Coon amble branch of the Commercial bank, ■was found dead in a room on the bank -premises -with a bullet ■wound in the 1%eentre of the forehead and a revolver clutched in the right Irand.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CURIOUS CRAZE "LITTLE BITS OF RIBBON." DECORATIONS TO ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

A CURIOUS CRAZE "LITTLE BITS OF RIBBON." DECORATIONS TO ORDER. The Brussels corespondent ol the Lon don "Daily Telegraph" tells In that jour nal of a curious discovery made in the Belgian capital. "Monsieur wears no ribbon—is not de corated?" "No; my ambitions do not run in that direction," I replied, smiling- at. the fat little man who puffed and sighed after his efforts up the stairway, that led to my office. "Oh, but it has such.'an effect in.the buttonhole," continued my visitor, clt-• ing the names of - those of my .'fellow 'scribes who; were more or less emblaz oned. • , ' "Monsieur can name his own price, and will be served accordingly. Tout cela est si simple, avec quelques billets de mille." "Let us understand each other at once," I interrupted. "I do not mind hearing what you have to say about-your interesting trade, but I am not a cus tomer." ' ■ Tlien the little man unbosomed himself, hoping ever that he would persuade, and no commercial traveller in soap or sewing machi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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