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LEARNING MONKEY TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

LEARNING MONKEY TALK. •Miss Ida Veronia Slmonton Is a young lady with a thirst for knowledge, and possessed of considerable pluck, for site has been spending her days since Sep tember last In a lonely bamboo hut In the dense jungle along the Congo river, 'trying to lenrn the longuage of she mon keys that abound in those regions. Two natives and an Englishman, a member of the sleeping sickness mission, are the only human beings within hailing dis stunce,; and even they are a good dis tance ,v.vay. In n recent letter to her mother, who resides at Pittsburg, U.S.A., Miss Sim.ontoii says that she is progres sing .rapidly with her wofk, and believes that she had .already mastered .several words of the monkey lingo. She also claims that she. has made the monkeys understand some things she says to them.

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

THIS SKA SERPENT. December Is not a month which the soa serpent usually selects ■to disport himself in ylcw oil incredulous human ity, hut this time the interesting crea ture ha? seen flt to make an exception. J^vcryone who has visited Stockholm knows Haltsjobnden, the charming little pleasure.resort situated where the Malar -T-akti joins the Baltic. It was there that the fearsome denizen'of the deep was seen; not ljy uneducated fishermen or unreliable mariners, but by Herr Victor Ankarkrono, equerry to King Oscar of Sweden. Tills .gentleman and some aris tocratic companions state that they saw the monster aibout 200 yards from the shore, moving through the water with the velocity of a motor boat, and making « tremendous wash. The creature Is de scribed os being greyish-brown in color, and with a head like a giant tortoise. Its length is variously estimated be tween 4~>ft. an'."1 fiOft. The serpent was only .visible Cor about half a minute, find 'then disappeared below -the surfa...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARE OF THE EYES. IMPORTANT FOR CHILDREN. THE SEVERAL TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

CARE OF THE EYES. IMPORTANT FOR CHILDREN. THE SEVERAL TROUBLES. ■ : It has recently been demonstrated that English school board children show er rors of • refraction In 12 per cent. The proportion Is probably really greater, for In some cases the tests are conducted by the teachers, who are not expertH. -In'. "New York 17 per cent. o£ public school children suffer from defective eye sight. These; figures; - of course, do not show what part ot the total population is affected, for myopia often appears first in the tf;f;ns, and-, consequently-the proportion of rxlults exceeds that of chil dren. • in Germany it )ins been - found that children ot the peasant classes are more affected with errors of retraction than those of the Aveli-tn-do. Hut the adCnt , educated Germans >how a'higher per .'centaKe of eye defec s than adult pea sants., The simple ^planatlon Is that the mftlady is caused by the over-fatigue of the eyes in education. So" prevalent is myopia to-clay In Ger •many that o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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LONDON DOCTOR SANDBAGGED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 6 May 1910

•' LONDON DOCTOR SANDBAGGED. ' Recently, Dr. Albert Schaefer, of 80'-Moray street, London, was crossing the Seine from the -south side by one of )thu. bridges near the Louvre. it was —dark and, mining, and* few people were about. - When about half-way across the bridge'a man, wearing a slouch hat drawn down over his eyes, approached the doctor and inquired the time. The doctor '.vas about to consult, his watch and reiply when he was felled from be hind by a blow from a sand-bag. As he lay, prostrate, ho was attacked by two men,'who,1 by ..throttling ■him stifled his cries for assistance. Then he was struck with some weapon a second time, and rendered', unconscious. lie was robbed of his watch nnd chain and a ,'pwe containing LU. Some hours later The unconscious man was found by a pass ing policeman, whp took him to the Hos pital de la Charlte. -

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

Local Topics. A largely-attended and representa tive meeting of farmers was held at Orange on Thursday of last week to form an organization to further the candidature of Mr. JC L Fitzpatrick at the coming State elections. About £80 was subscribed at the meeting. Last week a Molong rabbiter re ceived a cheque for - £50, the result of three weeks and four days' work. The Molong Pastures Protection Board struck a rate of Jd per head on sheep, and 2d per head on large stock. It has been decided to hold sports at Canowindra on the day of the official opening of the Cowra-Cano windra railway. Mr. 0. Cassidy, 'who recently sold his farm at Belmore,, lias -purchased 304 acres of the estate of the ia*b3^ Kennerson, five miles from Eugowr^ on the Murga Toad. Don't forget Nbwmax stocks Jjan. kets in. all (qualities and aizw" an(i plenty of themi.* Mr' Mr. H. Twaddell, son^f jfr f Waddell, Colonial who has been attached to the „f the'Com mercial Ba(11 k, J|M for some time past, haH^sjgnfl^ his/...

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

School c^Arts. l(fV ^ : A. mee.in.; ol n.» oHmittee of the Rbove whs held on Tuesijy n;gjlt iaHt Present\\t««Hrs T. J»inn (Prosi ilfint), J Bvivd. O MclAagj,' ^ ^ Finn. GNetfni.tn, R Dnnl^ j Kfirr T Murray, ahd P. Kenny *0'n 83(J x The President stated t«t thp ten. ders for theUnew huiidin|jla(^ ^H()n handed to hyn' by the ariS^^ p^,, Copeman, to \deal with at t'^r j^0et. inp:- \ \ The tenders were •—R JoyG?£260. E A. Wright. £-26(1; D H Rp^5g268* J Hfinlon, £'276 10s. j{ ' As the architect did not re^mpn(| any pnrtieular tender. it to give preferenee to the local*^ Mr. E M Finn moved th4^r Joyce's tender Vie accepted, the contract be not dafiuitely sign until th«<y ascertained in what we the Government iiitendwcl to pay the ' subsidy.—Seconded: by Mr McDoiiagh and 'carried. Mr. Kenny moved that they hold a hall in aid of the School <if \rts some r.ime in June, th« exact dato to hn tised by the President an<i fiperetary. —Seconded by Mr. Newman and c...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FAR MORE EXPENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

FAR MOKE EXPENSIVE. "A very peculiar accident happened to ' my wife the oLher day In the street. A man's hat, which had been blown off by the wind, struck her In the eye. I had t.a pay a doctor's bill of thirty shillings.'-' 'Oh, that's nothing. My xv.fe'was going last a milliner's the other day. A hat In .he window struck her, and It cost me sixty shillings."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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PRINCE VON BULOW'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

PRINCE VON BUIiOW'S SPEECH. The English people Is as peace-loving as any European people. Therefore the I words of Prince von Buelow, that the talk of the inevitableness of a Avar be- , hveen England and Germany is a stu pidity, liavo found full appreciation. The I only curious part is that lie found it ne- j cessary to publicly condemn this stupid- j it.v before the whole world. It is not i the custom to waste breath ou the ini- I possible and absurd. -"Ncuo Freio j iTesse, Vienna. I

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SNAKES AS PETS. MRS ARTHUR CADOGAN'S PYTHON. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

SNAKES AS PETS. MRS ARTHUR CADOGAN'S PYTHON. "Mr Levi," the python which Hon. Mrs Arthur Ctj&oBw—recently bought, is now quite at home in her house in Culford Gardens. •*Vhcn*shown to a "Daily Mail" repre sentative on the 10th of October by Mrs Cadogan, "Mr Levi," as the n ptile has .been quaintly named, was in no mood to be bothered even by the caresses o£ his mistress. -He had made a meal on the night before,- swallowing a guinea pig, and was entwined among the branches of his tree. These are made of metal, and are heated, keeping the glass case in which they stand at a, pleasant warmth. "I am sorry I cannot handle him just now," Mrs Cadogan said, "but snakes are so liable to reject their food if they, are troubled after a meal. • ! "I am surprised people should think . so much of my snakes. I have al ways had a fancy for them, and when I was a child used to play with theni when others preferred kittens. This one," gently patting the speckled skin of the coiled snake and r...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

r f BOM All SOURCES. | . It is stated tlmt the Inventor of the crinoline received only LI (JO for his in vention. The comic papers made more out of it than that. I How She Knew.—"How will you ( know your pies apart?" "Shuro, haven't | 1 marked thorn! T.M.' 'tis mince, ancl 'T.M.' 'taint minee." • | With an Object.—"Does Ilunter play golf for pleasure?" "No, for money. • He plays with the rich Miss Money- i much!"—"Sketchy Bits." j The.fair sex enjoy with the Turks a life of perfect idleness. It is not an ex aggeration to say that the Turkish women spend half of their life in baths. , —"I-ancet." j Wo seem to he in for an epidemic of mysterious disappearances. "The last horse omnibus," states a contemporary, "lias Just disappeared from the streets of Sheflield."—"Punch." | A story is told of rebellious little boy ' ■who refused to say grace for ills dinner, ' because he did not like cold mutton, but'at length offered to compromise the matter by saying, "Thank God for the stewed goose...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CONTINENTAL WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

THE CONTINENTAL WAY. We have. In the matter of protection against adulteration, everything to learn from Continental nations. In France and Germany milk adulterators, for instance, are not only fined and sent to prison, but a large paster announcing the fact la posted up in front o£ tholr shops, and has lo be left there for a fortnight.—"London Mngazine." Couldn't.See Her Dpass.—Mrs Diddle: What klml of dress (Ed .Mrs Fastleigh have 011 at the bull last night, John? Mr Ulddle: I really don't know, my dear. I only saw licr when she was sitting down to supper. In the leprosy experiments nt Manila, 25 cases have been treated b.v Hoeut gen rays, and six arc reported actually cured, while * the , disease lias been (/lieeked in several whose bodies are partially gone.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FIRE ON A WARSHIP. SHELL EXPLODES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

FIRE ON A WARSHIP. SHELL EXPLODES. A fire was on the afternoon or the 10th October discovered In the foremost 6-ln. shell room ot H.M.S. Argonaut at Chatham, and Immediately after a G-in. shell exploded. The fire alarm was founded and the powder magazine flooded. All ships sent assistance, the near-Admiral arriving "promptly in a torpedo-boat. . The Admiral ordered the Naval Store Ofilcer to send lighters to clear the magazine of all shells. About 3000 shells were in the magazine at the time of the explosion, and the ship had a fortunate cscape. There were no casualties, and the damage done was very slight. • An official from the Admiralty arrived last night to inquire Into the explosion, and was conveyed to ICetbole Reach In a dockyard tug. Kethole Reach, on the Medway, where the* Argonaut lies, is about seven miles from Sheerness, and fifteen from Chatham. Of the 3000 shells removed from the magazine after it was flooded, a large proportion were loaded with half and three-quarter ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The Greatest Care. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

The. Greatest Care. The greateAJ care in needed to tost the Siffht, ntid sufferVrs from any form of Eye trnuhle should oniV consult a Specialist who fullv understands mitj profe-wion. Such none in Jin W. A. TAjL?yn,\Sight Spouialist for Anodb & Coons, 492 Geor&e-fltreet, Sydney, who visits Cauowindra roj^iWarly, and may bo consulted free of cbarge\°u FRIDAY, JUNE 1 "tii till Noon on SATURDAY, 18th JUNE. This Expert is capable careful, nnd liis experienco and skill is at you>? iis posal. If your oyeH trouble you at all doiJ'l't, hesitate to avail yourself of hit servicon on June 17th till noon ou Juno 18th at Boyd's Victoria Hotel."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOTS AS CLIMBERS. PERILOUS ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

RIFLE SHOTS AS CLIMBERS. PERILOUS ADVENTURE. Mr Charles H. Halves, who hns re turned to England after a four months' seientifle tour in Crete, has (reports the "Daily Mail" of the 10th October) nar rated the followln™ exciting incident to a Renter representative:— " My servant and I were with dlill culty getting the mules down the pro-J elpltous side of a great gorge when jifa were ambushed by two armcd/tncn, shepherd folk from the jwtrantalns. 1 wts absolutely unarmf^'iind rather talcoi> .aback when niv>!>crvant called to .me in jCIroek, "VhyZ^ivn going to fire, sir,' and. looki^<?Mip, behold two muz zles polnWfit me at a distance of about a do3SP*yrds. "It was money they wanted; a hun dred napoleons (L.S0) they demanded, but as 1 was not inclined to negotiate and it was impossible to escape, I adopted the obvious alternative «nd continued the difficult descent. zt was slow work, and after a few yard.1?, calls, followed by stones, and then bullets, were sent aft...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Lockwood Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

Lockwood Debating Society. A meeting of the Lockwood Debat ing and Mutual Improvem»nt Society was bold on Wednesday evening, 11th May, in the Lockwood Hall, Present : —Mr VV. J. Moore (in tlm chair), and Messrs A. W. Muir, G. D. Bassnft, R. Burns, S. Nash, R. Lawrence, T. A. Lonicmore, P. E. Craven, G. Ru*ho1I, J. Plir>dner, W. Davidson, R Buwitctt, 8. McDonald, W.. Godfrey, H. McDonald, Mrs F. E. Oraven. and Mi"«ofl Lawrence (2), N and M. Smith, B. Moore, and M. \Vhitworth. A notice of motion that all school children should be allowed in free was brought forward by Mr A. W. jluir, but failed. Other preliminary business having been gone through, the debute for the evening was started, the subject being " The Joys and Sorrows of Bachelor hood compared with Married Lif.-." Mr W. J. Moore, the Premier, opened the debate, and spoke at some length upou the advantages of mat.ii mouy and upon the better social con ditions of the married man. Mt A. W. Mnir, the ba<l»r ot the O...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE WATT CASE. A SIDE ISSUE. LIGHTFOOT SENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

THE WATT CASE. :a", side issue. ■} LIGHTFOOT SENTENCED. At the Old Bailey on Oct. 10, reports the "Dally Mall," John Lightfoot, alias Norman Battle, n [armer, of Sowersby, Thlrsk, Yorks, pleaded guilty to having committed perjury In connection with the proceedings against Mr Hugh Watt, cx M.P., who is accused o£ Inciting to mur der. In pleading guilty, Lightfoot, who at Marlborough Street Police Court made a charge of conspiracy against the wit nesses who said they had been incited to murder, and then withdrew the charge, now said that he wished to make a state ment. Mr Charles Mathews, for the prosecu tion, at onco interposed wlth'a request that the case might be allowed to stand over until next session, so that the pro ceedings at Marlborough street might not be prejudiced. Lightfoot strongly protested against the proposed adjournment. ' "I have a wife and family to support," he said, "and .am a victim of circum stances." He t'.iso reminded the judgo that he had "come up to London...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd, Onpitnl Pnid Up.. fl.fioo.ooo o o > 3?e»prv<j Fund .. fl.3in.ooo 0 (> 1 "^Reserve Capital fl.50C.000 0 Or f 4,3'tO.OOO 0 0 Liberal Advance? Mode on Ap proved Securities. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at Interest. AH Usual Banking Business Trans acted. V. HLATPTTFOND, Alflnspor Canowindra Branch. 18/1/99 13 P«1r. Horace Jones, Dentist, (Formerly of Macqttarie St., Sydney). Consultation Hours at the I Canowindra Pharmacy ' 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. week flays. Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m; Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Except Alternate Sundays, 9 to 6 p.m. Public Holidays 9 to 1 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m • Mr. B. JOKES SURCEOn :: DENTIST, p * COWRA, * * Will visit Canowindra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Date o! Hext Visit, 21st and 22nd MAY. h E. JVI FiWIM, SOLICITOR and CoirimtoBioner for ^Aflflriavlts, Canowindra. The Junction Und^r itn Nnw Mnnni. ' M I. cocT (Lute of Tinpnrial ITntfll, —<vil\ tsti'l rpinoin — --THE HOTELS At n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

Jb'iliDA¥ MAT '^U 1910 The vital trade centre. The arena of ceaseless activity. The unfailing index of the country's condition. The bees that make the honey. The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. The Farmers' and Growers' heat friend; Consign your Figs, Calves, Maize and other FABM PRODUCE to Geo. Wells & Smith, ESTABLISHED 1860. Corporation Sale Yards, Sydney. Reverence : BANK of N.S/W., Y/estkm Bbanod For Top Prices and Prompt Payments Ship your M&IZE and POTATOES TO J. Jones <& Co. Ltd. COMMISSION AGE NT S 233 B U SSEX ST., SYJiKTJaY Supply all classes of Produce at Lowest Current Rates. Best Sacks only supplied Bankers: COMMEltCIAIi BANKING 00. OF 8YDNEY (Haymarket Branch) THE MACRAE COMPANY, MARKET T/STBLM.^tFf SYDNEY, Auctioneers and General Commission Agents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Wheaten Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard, Oatl, Wheat and Straw always rm band at lowest possible prices. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO, G...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910. Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

TFtrc CAKRHINDRA STAR Published Friday fllcrnlng. FRIDAY. MAY '20, 1910. '.Local Topbs.1 A nwthif.' "i" tbo inojil P V. and IT ■'Aswinli'i>n will bo hold tn-morrow . nftmn"on. .■■■:< ■ Mr F. W. S. Cox, stick inspector, ;Carci''iir. who wh.r in thii iiorfi ni eif the 1' P (li».t>iot during the ivnelr, in t Totsrifrl tci th>it the conntw w-tc jinnlf. jtio;'vorj; h'ld nvfrvwh'im pvf.ir to ruin. w»* n fh'irt:i;n iif both, waler and f«ed in m<uiv places.' Mv T. Edwards, who recently. left • tb<* rlixtrict. to ttik» over n property ho : •" purchased near Wn^jra, was hack hero diirincr thn wepk in connection with' .l)ii,-I3oluhii'.n property. Hi> ha? lately eff 'ntrrl • additional improvement*. t«i this f"vm, nnd intends to dn moie in tliis line. It is also probable thai should the butter factory ho started in : Onnowindra he will "Derate in thn dairvinpj and bncon industries, both 'of which Rhould prove profitable on - thin river countrv. , , R...

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THE IRISH BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

THE IRISH BLIGHT. ■ Mr.- W. J. Allen, Government Fruit Expert, who has also taken a ke n interest in the matter of com bating the. Irish Blight since its appearance amongst the potato crops in various parts of-the State, arrived from Sydney and paid a visit to Bolwarra, where the blight is so bad,; and afterwards viewed the unaffected plots at Louth Park, and the.Experimental Plot. 1 Mr. Allen stated there could be no doubt as to the serious nature of the ; attack: at Bolwarra, and said that the farmers there should be thoroughly alive to the fact that it w.as undoubtedly the Irish BLight iji a bad form. Some of them, how ever, did not believe even now that' i: was the disease. There was, however, no doubt about it, arid it was .absolutely essential that "the farmers should follow out; the in structions given by the Department of Agriculture some months ago. He; recommended that the growers as. a- body should-meet rind decide upon united action towards; stamp: ing out the disease. -...

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