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The Viennese Optician [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
The Viennese Optician MR. S. A. BA.SSEU'8 many local patrons will be (find to learn that. this wall-known VieTine.se and London Ophthalmic Optician and Spectacle Maker, of Clh'iliw Homo, No. 10, third floor, Martin Kaon. Sydney, will pay Cunowindra his usuiil periodical vinit oti Thursday, and Friday, May .'ith and 6th, 1(110, and may be consulted ut Boyd's Vic toria Hotel. During: a trip round tin world Mr. Baaser visited t.liorenoxvtifd optical eolle (res or London, Now York. Vienna, Berlin nnd Dresden, from each of whi.h ho hold* credentials, nnd is also a qualified muter of the British Optical Association. All defects of th,e si&lt;;ht corrected. and glasses specially adapted for oonlar headaches. ■ Yonr sitrht tested with the latest invented instrument. Consultation freo of charge. Mr. Basser may ho consulted in peison, so as to guaran tee tho best result. No travelling agents employed. Sole ajyent for tho " So Easy" rhnloSH glasses. —0, ^ Still the same old judge Docke...
INVALID GORILLA. [?]PETTED AT THE ZOO. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
INVALID GORILLA. *PETTED AT THE ZOO. ase, sir," said a small boy,/whose | 'is did riot run to the price of ad p, "how is Miss Crowther?" and ndly clerk at tiic London Zoo .leaning out of the otlice window the inquirer, answered that the lady in ®qllostjori was getting on nicely; improving, temperature nor-' general interest in life and financl missiol the kil gates, to ioea^ appetito mal, a ill its sin-rot^ cheering vnitted to rndings distinctly better.. This liews was immediately traris . la group of little-sympathisers In the ,ie'fB]l):)orj100(ji whose spirits were ' visibly aft-c^Ljtea by u> " As a ni:lU*iir of fact, the health of the new goi a S|n i^egent.'s Pai-it aroused a great amouiM t 0£ public Interest. ; The animal s, jfcrare in captivity, its emo tions ini d . wan )anc] are so intelli gible, science and humanity. ching its moods with a ould be felt in the case tial. torn, where only a few ' la, she has been taking nit In the form of pine good deal of time to !• and ha...
Molong P P Board [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
Molong P F Board A meeting of the Molong PP. Board was hflld oo Tuesday, April 26. Present:— Messrs R Hunt (chairman), (}eo Treweeke, J L Whitmill, T J Brady, G Whifmee. C J E Palmer, A A Vicar, and ICen Day (sec ). Inspectors Finch aad Rankin were also present. Words of Welcome. The Chairman pxtendod a cordial welcome to Mr 0 Whifmee, whom he considered wrnld Vie a worthy succhs sor to their lute chairman and mem ber, Mr L N Smith. Mr Treweeke felt . confident Mr Whitmen would make a good and active member of the Board. He gained that, opinion of Mr \Vhitm&lt;*» through sittiDg with him on the Boree Shire Council. Mr Whitmee made a suitable res ponse. He was satisfied P P Boards in general had a lot of important, work to perform, and he was prepared to do his share in the interests of the Molong Board, A Special Bep"RT. As requested, Mr 3 R J Holt, solicitor to the Board, reported as regards the Board's authority over reserves generally, and more particu larly as to the ind...
SHOP THIEVES. THE FEMALE V.[?]IETY. PRESENT-DAY METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
SHOP THIEVES. M THE FEAIAUi V. UlETY. rilliSENT-DAY METHODS. From Pans comes news of the £U rest of two women who carii.'dsom what remarkable parasols in a mai ner that attracted notice. A detec ,tivo following them found that theii ; owners managed to approach closely to intended victims and dexterously to cut any chains they-might 1)3 wearing with a pair of strong riip .pers adroitly concealed in the ' han dles. So far this method does ;iot seem to have been employed in this coun try (says the London "Daily Tele graph"), . ljut in the course of the next week or so the hint may' bo given to ladies to bo especially care ful of their purses and bags. The shops-will bo putting forward their most alluriiig novelties for, autumn' wear,: and the tastefully-arrayed win dows will be great centres of attrac tion in feminine eyes. Then, it" is,that the female- thief lias particular oppor tunities. She and ono: accomplice, will comment audibly 011 the merits of some hat o:-1 coat displayed, a...
RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD. AN INTERESTING COMPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD, AN INTERESTING COMPUTATION. Herr F. Kattenbusch, Professor of Ec- j clesiastical History at Gottingen, has ; compiled for the "Realenzyklopaedie" | statistics of Protestants throughout the world. The United States contains the greatest number,, as, out ot a total population of " 79 millions, about 65 or C6 millions are re turned as Protestants; .Next comes the United Klr,gdom, with about 37 millions out of a total of 41,500,000. Germany ranks third; 35,000,000 out of Its -56,000,000 inhabitants ' belonging to various branches of Protestantism. Then .follows Sweden and Norway,. 7,500,000; Russia, G,000,000 (principally in Finland and the Baltic Provinces); Hungary, "early 4,000,000; Holland, 3,000,000; • Denmark, 2,500,000; Switzer land, 2,000.000; France, 500,000; Austria, 250,000. , - The British possessions contain about 10,000,000 Protestants, mainly in Canada, Australia. India and South Afj-iqa. ; whilst various mission churches in other portions of the g...
HOUSE OF LORDS BRITAIN'S HEREDITARY LEGISLATORS. AN INTERESTING BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
HOUSE OF LORDS BRITAIN'S HEREDITARY LEGISLATORS. AN INTERESTING BOOK. A review appears In a "Westminster , Gazette" o£ "The Personal Story of the Upper House," by ICosmo Wilkinson, published by T. Fisher Unwin. The critic says:— It Is a book of pleasant and instruc tive gossip concerning the House o£ Lords, written, as the author puts it, | less in the spirit of a Constitutional • historian than from the point of view most likely to find acceptance with those who read to be interested as well as informed. Certainly there is no lack . of good material for a work conceived on these lines, and if the record be comes more humdrum as the chroniclei | i nears our own day, this must oe re- , Igarded as an unfortunate result of that • progressive respect for the injunctions ; of the Decalogue, which has been wit- ' nessed In the course of time. | Certainly the most amusing pages of this entertaining volume are those re- : latlng to earlier ages than our own, and Mr Wilkinson, It may be adde...
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
Progress Association. Tho umiul monthly meeting of the above una iit'.id on I'liHitiliiy night la*t. Present:—Messrs T J, Finn (presi dent), J. lioyd, E M. Fmn, R. '£.&lt; Angwiu, P. K.miiy, G- Nownuiu. 0. McU.inngti, 8. Dunkley, 1\ Murray, J. Korr, aud the hou. see. Mr M. J. Finn). The following correspondence was read and received :— From Mr FL. M. Brown (hon. see. Lock wood-Oran bury F. aud S. Asso ciation), stating that at a meeting of the Association it. was decided thiat in the opinion oE tUe members the work of tba 'jliiro could be carried out more expoditiuusly ami succesifully by the engineer attendiug to this shire only, instead of the present half-»iigi neer system ; and asking their co operation in having this reform brought about. From the Borea Shiva Council xfatiiig that tho engineer would moot the members of the Progress Com miuee as requested on the occasion of his next visit to Ouuowindra. From tho Departmoi.it of Agrieulturo re experimental farm for Bulubu...
SHAKESPEARE THE MAN. HINTS FOR MR BERNARD SHAW. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
SHAKESPEARE THE MAM. HINTS FOR MR BERNARD SIIAW. i Mr Bernard Shaw's, assurance that he has. repeatedly surpassed Shakes peare wo provisionally accept as blithely as it is given. But what is perhaps more cheering-, vand perhaps less susceptible of dispute, is Sir Shaw's indirect antl impersonal allir mation of the manilold imperfections of a poet who is, .in spite .of ■ thorn, .probably first among_ the-immortals. The wise uneusi nous oi ' Jien J onson, who wished that,, instead :0f novel blotting "a line, Shakespeare ;had blotted a thousand, has unfortunate ly been lost, in the idolatrous y.oal of the succeeding generations of his worshippers. . . . ■ " • We should lose half -the delightful^ ness of what Mr Shaw ' has said of Shakespeare as: a. rival-; poet- if- we took it altogether seriously, but wo think we may without so much loss allow ourselves to ..be more seriously, if still not quite seriously, interested in what he says of Shakespeare as a fellow citizen. - J.t ; was cert...
Cudal. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
Cudal. (From nur OorreBp'tndont). The weitther is ki'eniiig very dry h^rfi and tha want, of rain is being •"H'Vtly felt. by tlic residents in this . looiiliftj. >amy of whom sre out of water. «r/e do not gut rair. shortly there will bij a poor lookout for tlm «in for. Mr. Fred O'Bnen, telephone atten dant at the local P.O.. linn reCf>»!lv been promoted to the Batbuist. P.O. Flis many friends wish hirn srood luck and prosperity. Mr. W Koelty, of Q-'iodoog«, has been sent here in Lis place. The next, meeting of the Boree Shire Council takes pluce on Wednesday, the 11 th May.
IRISH PASSIVE REGISTER. THE "ILLEGIBLE CHARACTERS." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
IRISH PASSIVE REGISTER. THE "ILLEGIBLE CHARACTERS.'"' 1 An amusing scene was witnessed in Little Green street, Dublin, when Alder man Cole, a prominent member of the Dublin Corporation, and an enthusiastic member of the Gaelic League, played the part of a passive resister in the-, most approved fashion. A fortnight ago the patriotic alder man was summonp.il by the, police for having his name and address painted on his cart in illegible characters, other wise in the Irish language, which, in cidentally, ho cannot speak. Thc'magls trnte imposed a fine of 10s and 2s costs, but tho principles of Alderman Cole would not permit him to pay the money. He ignored the penalty. The police of ficials, therefore, waited 011 him at his wholesale fruit warehouse, and carried oft some wises of onions and a barrel of apples, .vhieh will bo sold nt u>'cti. n. The Tocession of the seized goods to Bs premises ;va.s made the ?ood-lnunored demonstra rt of the Nationalist sym the Little Green street ai...
Police Court. MONDAY, 2ND MAY. (Before Mr E. J. Ryan, J.P.). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
PoSica Court. MONDAY, viND MAY. (Before Mr B. J. liyaa, J.P.). Alexander Hammond, butcher, was charged with boinfr found drunk in n public place, to wit, at the Rabbit Factory. Canowindra, on Sunday, 1st "lust. T?!eaded guilty, and wan fined 20s, or 14 days'hard labor in Cano windra loeltup. The fin a was paid. Robert -Maploton, bricklayer, was charged with being found drunk in a public plnco on the same duv, and pleaded guilty, ami wa« fined 20s, or 14 days' hard labor iu Cunowindra lockup. On a further charire of making use of insulting laniruxge to Constable liuffl'is he pleaded guilf.v, and wa3 Sued 40s, or one month in Young1 Gaol with hard labor. The fine was paid. The f.'ict, of the oft»ticaa b'?in£ com mitted on Sunday was responsible for the heavy fines being imposed.
THE CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910. Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
TFTTC CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FEIPAY, MAY fi, 1910. Local Topics. Probate h«B been grunted in rnflpnof, of the will of the lnte Mr JoBeph Ymlerick Glawon, prnzier, of 8'uiel, Dear Woodstoek, who died ftt Cowrit ^ on February 6th last. Thu not. value of the estate was sworn nt £54,173 15(1 5d. By his will, executed on November U7th, 1902, tuN'ntor ftp pointed hiB widow solo trustee and " ' ' • executrix, and he bequeathed to her the whole of his real and personal estate. The tender of Mr Fojjnity, of 'Cowra, has been accepted for supply ing the music for the local MUIOOF Ball. "Within the next few weeks con •tract.8 will bo let. for new buildinjr* in •Canowindra to rout about £(5000. Thin will not include several important buildings at present under construc tion. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds never fails. 19 6d. Mr McEvoy, Government inspector and auditor for the Friendly Societies' •office, of Sj'dnev, paid avi*itof inspec tion to the local M....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
■pBPHPfTnaays, 9 to 6 p.m. fays9 to 1 p.m. and 7 to*) p.m Mr. B. JONES 8 U It C E 0 N :: DENTIST, & & COWRA, & # Will visit Canowlndra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Data of Next Visit, 7th and 8th MAY. The Junction Hotel - - - * Under its NW Mnn»K»mont. M I. COONEY, (Late of Imperial Hotel, Mudgno). —will stili remain— - - THE HOTEL - - At which the bent of Accommodation ' and Li(juor8 are obtainable. Call in and you nra RBsured a hearty w^come. M. I. COONF.Y, JUNCTION HOTEL, OANOWINDKA. wslua?^ A RAE, ucenseu^surveyor, r.P- ACT. levew? t \ k rn fob any /\x ptjkpore. Adduebh Gi.rsiwi," onangr.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
Tfis Greatest Care. Tho gruntnst cave is needed to lest tho Sijrlit. nnd su Sorrow from any form of Eve trmiMo should only consult a Spkoialist who fully his pr'fowon. Such a one is Mtt \V. A. TiA»"t'K. Si;rht Spoyialist for \>:6w« & Omrn. 132 Gourde-street, Sydtiev, iviio visits C'tnowindrn. rixru'arly, and may ho fiwnilteii fri'C of oh'io.'o n,i FRIDAY, TUN I? 17'intiil Noon nil SATURDAY, 18rn JUNE. This Export i;i rmpablo and careful, and his oxporieuco and skill is ut your dis ' poml. If your evos trmihl'! you ut all don't ■ hosiwitc to avail your-olf of his iwrrices on Juno 17th till noon on Juno 18th at Boyd'a y>ot»o»- jacotoi.*
Canowindra Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
Canov/indra Railway League. A meeting of thu above wns holdon Sat.mday i«frorno»n l;tat. P.-nsont : — Messrs T J., Finn (proniduiit). V. 151afchf"rd, Jos. Jones, VV. II. Tinve.it, F. E Owen, 0. E. ArJiw; O. M'it nhall,'J.-Koyvl,T5u», W. Clark"1, .Tin. .Ounk, 1 )r Cahili, it ml the hou. sou. (Mr J. J. Finn). " Tim Oliiiiriimn slated thattho meef-, \ng had been &lt;;a!led for the . purpnsu of on some way of uplobratiug theopening, of tho l/iinowiudrft mil iviiv. He reuvinberiid «&lt; 1:110 ten years iii*h when money.was necd.id to further (he agitation for (ho raihvyy there was n largo . nttowtancn at tho meeting, and the money teqmwl tvus quickly forthcomi'ifj. Now,.however, when the railway was an nec'.itnpiislifid fuct, the public »&lt;>fiined e.!«'.v in coining forward to help arrange »i function '.vurihy of the ofleasion of the opening. He waid Cowra people had promised 5o give assistntice the same -is this League had done at the turning.of the tirnl. a...
CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
CHAPTER XI. I "A girl." ■ . ! Felix Wilding's voice was brolcen. "A girl!" ho repeated. "You did not know?" "No. The first time s5e spoke, to'me l she offered'to help "me, and naturally I 1 thought I had to do with a lad. I ad-, dressed her as a lad; ] have always done so; she never contradicted sine!" "A girl," he reiterated, arter his com panion had laughed once more heartily. "Yes, fhe's a girl, and one of the nr-st gloriously lovely girls it mis ever'my. good fortune to look at. A Russian, you say? Egad, she has a pair of eyes in her head, blue Uke the stones they find in their Ural ^mountains, and her hair is a marvel. "What a lucky chance it was that brought me here to-day! Wilding, I have watched you with en vious eyes when you came into the con- , certs with your hand on her shoulder. , I have gone to concerts for the mere pleasure of looking at her. I never dreamt but.von wnre ono-age-l tt her, you seemed to understand etch other so | perfectly! T- tlinusrhl yoi' n lucky, d...
THE COMPLETE CATECHIST. THE HONEYMOONER'S CATECHISM. (For the guidance of week-old married couples.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
THE COMPLETE CATECHIST. Ti-IJS HONKYMOONBK'S • OATEOHtSM: ■ (For the guidance o£..week-old marvied . couples.) Question: (addressed to the male) : What is your name'.' Answer: Ktiw/u. .. Q. (repeated to the foiiKilej : What Is your name? A : Angelina. Q. (addressed to both) : Who arc you. A : Honeymooiiei'S. Q : What arc honeyinooners? A : A husband and wife who are still in lovo with each other? (J : How, comes it that you are still in love with each other? A : Because we have only been mar- . ried seven days. Q : Where are you spending your honeymoon? .A : In Paradise. . : Q. : What, is Paradise? A : The place of departed newly wedded couples. - (1 : Whence have you departed? A : Krom the haunts of . all our re lations and friends. Q : 'Why did you depart from the haunts of all your relations and ffiends? A : Alike for their benelit and our own. / - . Q : What uieau you by this answer? A : We mean that they had for some lime come to regard our company.ns au unmitigated nuisance, w...
SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONS. (To be asked after an interval of twelve months.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
SUri'LEMENTAUY QUESTIONS. (To be asked 'after an interval of twelve months.) ; Q : "What is a husuanar ... . ' A. (by the female) : A. seilish, ;un mauly brute. I. Q : What is a wife? A. (by'the mule) : >7!a.u extravagant. &lt; ami expensive incnbus> • Q : -What is love?,-,*" • A : A delusive • and • transclenl senr— ment, by whose. Influence, wlilic it ; lasts,- sane men and women are trans-.; fornicil, tor the time being, into fall1 ous lunatics. . : ■ . . • Q : What is a honeymoon? J A : The Coluey-Hatcli period of mar ried lite. : > / . i Q : What i? Paradise? A : (b.v the^fetnale) The sd/u/uer A : (hv the/male) : The club. —London '}Truth."
MARRIED MAN'S COURTSHIP. KILLS HIS SWEETHEART. THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910
MARRIED MAN'S COURTSHIP. KIL.LS HIS SWEETHEART. THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. A love tragedy which claimed two lives took place shortly before ■ midnight on 21st' December (says : the London "Daily Mail'!) in a quiet road o£ villa residences in Leyton. A married ;man shot dead a ■younunvoman ivhom he had been court ing as a single man, and then turned the"revolver on himself. • The name of the man, according to the police; was. "Walter Harry Sudull,. who lived at 25 Station road, "Waltham Cross, j He was ''.twenty-nine years of age, and j.held a responsible position in the Go ; vernnient powder factory in that - town. . Ther girl: was: Henrietta Howard, aged ••• twenty-four, a. waitress at the Great Eastern Hotel, Liverpool street. . Sudull made Miss Howard's .acquaint ance at the hotel, and for-the last twelve months had been courting: her. He frc . rjucnt!y visited her at her parents' home. On Thursday evening Sudull.visited the house, No. 7, Moyers road, .and spent some time with Miss Ho...