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[?]RA NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

"S^B^^^notes . tlic Cowrn railway league let Monday evening to cnti A meeting Iter of nssUtine Canowiudrti i» be held netting of the railway cele s:.tl<'r the mntM with the ®P'-»n(7 is now lti full swinir,; fit, brations. ' I,ay station. Mr Rotliwell Rabbit huvijnbb't freezing works in con the local rnilvjus butter factory. ,h«w stnrtcrl.a il R.ev. G Crfliiston is to de Mcctuitt with.11 OM « Tli'i -nun, comets and 0» J'.mc'iiW •onnection with the local ;. Miss Ritchie lias - been arian to this institution at per week. ■ ' irs' ball is to be held. on liver a lecturc; Venus,' in School of Art appointed'libt a salary of <15s The bacUek June 8th. • A pronosal hall ;ul(led to cost of /T500., There islik hive n bridge ganowrv so th of the Liichlan Canowindra rr towns, C'iwra cure an iticrea The CowVa last week prov Mr W J Ler shortlv to orit s on foot to hnve a lecture i to the School of Arts at a ■ly to be an ■ Rotation to over the Lachlan at Merri at settlers 011 t...

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 — 20 May 1910

DRA STORES! our First Shipment of Winter Drapery. Blankets, &c. We tarry the largest and bast assorted stock; In the district, prices to suit all pockets. J. Finn You can purehaaa oae frvm LEAHEY, The Op-to-date Newsagent. A good stock of Books to select from. A pent for Daily Papers, H(_ Weeklies Periodicals, nnil Locnl Paper. '■'» -large aasortmeot of Stationery aud Smokers' Requisites t. always on hand. S. LEAWEY, Wain-street, Canowindra eo. Marshall, uctioneer and Genera! Commission Agent, CANOWINDRA. UCTION 8ALE8 CONDUCTED ON TEE SHORTEST NOTICE. EDERAL BAKERY EIL YOUNG dewres to thank the public for the gpnorous patronage idqd to him eiticn opening busi Tatiowitidra, and having taken HICK aa a Partnnr, irunt.s t this support.

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 — 20 May 1910

General Carrier and Forwarding - - Agent. - - Orders Promptly Attended to. - A. WEISS, - Wool and Produce Store, ——«» (Opposite Railway Station), ^^CANOWINDRA

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

Butter Factory. A inpeting in connection with the proposed Butter and Refrigerating Company wan holt! in the local hall on Saturday afternoon lant. Piesont:— Messrs Jon. Jones (in the chair), V Blatchford, W. H. Traves, R. T. Ang win, P. Murray, ChaR Whitmee. R. Hudson, J. Boyd, P Byriie,s, FT. J. Thompson, M. J. Thompson. \V\ Pen gelley, and the lion. sec. (Mr. Stan Parker), and tho brokers (Messrs Cook and Davis). The tninu'es of the first public meeting were read and confirmed. The secretary stated that the pro visional directors had held a good few meeting, and endeavored to push tho matter on as quickly aa possihle. Ah tt result of word received from the ^"•niters verbally that they had sold "hares, this moating had been ho purpose of considering siting the company, ' ^ had been sent, okers had another £lo0, the amount in hand would only be £300 From this amount the Bum of £200 or there abouts would be needed for purchas ing the lnnd, thus leaving only £100 to approach the mach...

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

A GOOD COW. The "Farmer and Stockbreeder" (London) In a.recent issue published an illustration of a cross-bred cow named Doctor, owned by Captain Smith Ne'.li, jWindovev, England. She is.• twenty-tour y_ears old, and at. the Dairy Show she .gave- live- gallons'-of niilk' at the two milkings. ■ Her percentage of fat at the morning, milking'was 4 per cent., and .the evemng 4.8 per, cent. She calved in May last, and is duo to calve again in : May. At' the Dairy Show- she won first prize, and the Lord Mayor's Cup, as well as a reserve for the Barham •Cup. Prom the illustration one would ;judge that his cow is of the true dairy type; Certainly a cow that isc a prize winner at twenty-four years of age ^is 'worthy of high praise.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRIKING CURE FOR DRUNKARDS A SOUND THRASHING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

' STRIKING CURE FOR DRUNKARDS A SOUND THRASHING. I There Is no doubt something to b? said - In favor of th&SQrastlc cure tor drunken ! ness suggested by the Vicar of Wood burn, which, from its literally "striking" novelty and daring, is attracting atten tion; but. .-the. philanthropy which prompts , a man to give a bibulous neVgfhbor.a sound thrashing by way of a cure runs, conside rable danger of a conflict with the law. : , A safer and more effective method, per haps, Is that adopted in Norway for turn 'ing a drunkard from the error of his [■ways. The patient is placed under lock and key. and is'fed at frequent ,'r.tervalfl jon bread saturated with port wine. For the first day this is no doubt palatable, 'fare; on the second day It begins to pall 'and falls to tempt the appetite: on the third day tihe prisoner turns from It with obvious distaste. But he must either eat. or starve; and before the eighth day'sats him free he hoa acquired such a loathing1 for Intoxicants that...

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

BEARING CALVES. The calf should be allowed to '• stay with its mother the first day of its birth so as to ; consume the' firsts milk. This milk seems , to be specially adapted to the calf. Take the calf away after it is one day oid.' For convenience in feed ing use a shallow metal pail. For an average-slued calf give three quarts of fresh milk as soon as it drawn. Be kind to your subject and place the milk un der its nose. Gently place your Angers near the pail and the calf . will, take them in Its mouth, then force the head down into the pail. -A little patience I will crown your efforts with success, i 'Feed twice .a day at regular hours and I use' whole milk at first. After; the-fourtli day add a little skim milk. Later add ' a little more at each feed and at the end of fifteen days you will have your calf 011 a full'feed of skim milk. Watch closely, and if any .bad results come lessen the amount of skim milk, but gently increase again later. Always use sweet milk and give the ca...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHINOOK A ROCKY MOUNTAINS' BLESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

THE CHINOOK A ROCKY MOUNTAINS'. BIjESSIKG;; ' Tlie Chinook is one of the peculiarities and one of the blessings of "Western Assinibola and Southern Alberta. V It affects the broad bolt of. Territory con tiguous to the' foothills of the Koc-ky Mountains, 'blowing clown the slopes as a gonial breeze In-the winter time, and lu slimmer tempering the heat as n ■ cur rent'of cool and moisture-laden nir. ,.ihe Chinook is so called because it blows from the quarter where lies the-IcvS once Inhnbltcd by the Chinook Indians, on the banks of the lower Colin,-Jia Kiver. Its recurrence is explained in the terms ^of meteorology somewhat as foI> ■•lows:—' ■.V ■ - ■ Some area of low pressure or cyclonic .storm centre forms east of the moun tains, nnd: draws •the - air..': In' from all sides. The air on the plaiiis advances obliquely towards the storm centre, oc tlie left-handed inward spiral course l'ol lowed by such winds. The aiir along tU( . bases of the mountains, on the othei •hand, moves o...

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

SUNDAY'S iaJSk. Londoners seem to have their milk troubles even worse than we have. The "Hospital," for example,' asks the fol lowing question: "Why should Sunday milk be worse than that sold on Satur day or Monday? There can be no na tural reason'-for It—the: cows do their duty without regard to the day of the week; but In Southwark, at least, the milk sold' on Sunday is more. frequently found to be adulterated than on any other day. Mr Wea,therltt, the inspector for the Food and Drugs Act In thut dis trict; has found tliat Sunday milk is not only worse than that of week-days, but that the badness of it is steadily increas ing.. . . The-inference is obvious—that the milkman relies on the general cessa tion of work on;Sunday to save him from, unpleasant inquiries as to the quality of his milk. The lesson also is obvious— that there Is no rest-day for tlie inspec ts who wishes to keep the tradesmen In his district up to the mark. It would be interesting to hear the experience of the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

GOOD LAUNDRY SOAP 'When jrou hnvo proved the Talus of Sunlight Soap you will be equally satisfied If yo» try Monkey Brand for scouring metal noodwork end kltohen sink*. TEL. 2195 CITY. J Chas. B. PARKER AGENT, 39 Pitt 8t., Sydney _ THE BEST for all good work where a High»class Finish Is required. It will stand the weather and will not blister, crnck, peel off or fade. » PETER UNION TYRES "" ..The Tyre with the Strong Casing.. For** Made Specially lor Austral ar* MOTORS, MOTOR CYCLES. ~ —— - Roads. BICYCLES find TRICYCLES, HEAVY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Sydney Depot: 34 O'Coniaell Street. . HOTEL MANSION - - ;-'BAYSWATER ROAD THE HIGHEST. AND MOST CONVENIENT POSITION IN SYDNEY 130 BedpooniB ; 18 Hot and Cold Baths; Electric Elevator; Electric Light; Comfortable Publio Booms; Excellent Cuisine; Saloon Bar stocked with finest Wines and Bpirits; King Street Trams—penny section— paBS the door, TARIFF: telephone : 619 Wm. st. £2 10s. Weekly ; 8s. per Day. M.HILLIftRD, Manageress. Wool Glassers...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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VERNER'S PRIDE... CHAPTER VI.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

Pride . BY MRS. HENRY WOOD. "* (Illustrated by Harold Piffard.) CHAPTER VL—(Continued). " Yes, sir, in an instant," nodded Lionel.. " Matthew,'' lie whispered, laying His hand kindly on the old man's shoulder as lie passed, and bending down to him with his sympathising eyes, his pleasant voice, " I am grieved for this as if it had been my own sister. Believe me." "I know it; I know you, Mr. Lionel," was the faint answer. " Don't unman me, sir, afore 'em here ; leave me to myself." With a pressure of his hand on the shoulder, ere lie quitted it, Lionel turned to Frederick Mas singbird, asking of him particulars in an undertone. " I don't know them myself," replied Frederick, his accent a haughty one. " There seems to be nothing but uncertainty and mystery. Mr. Verner ought not to have inquired into it in this semi public manner. Very disagreeable things have been said, I assure you. There was not the least necessity for allowing such absurdities to go forth, as suspicions, to the pub...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MESSAOULD-BEN-SALEM AN ARABIAN TIGG-MONTAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

- MESSAOULD-BEN-SALEM AN ARABIAN TIG G-MONT A ("HIP,. " When I returned to Beni-Mora after my journey to Tougourl, I was taken ill and had to stay in .my room Tor three or four dayS. One afternoon, when I was up uad feeling better, a ■i opened'- it. waiter .knocked at my doo». I .."There, is an Arab in the hall ask ing to see you, sir." . "An Arable,What is his name?" ■The .waiter handed me a card, on which was written "Messaould-ben - Sal em. Proprietaire., Beni-Mora;'* I did not know the name. ' •• v "What is ho like?" X asked. "Well, sir," said the waiter lucid ly; ''like any Arab, sir. He is very well dressed." - "Ask him to wait. I wil1 come' down." X had a good.' many friends in jlertT-Mora whose names I did not "know or could never remember., Doubtless this visitor was one of them. I was rather-surprised at his , coming, because it is, unusual for -an Arab to call at one's hotel, -unless, i indeed, he is a very superior person, such as the Bachaga of the Zibans, or the ••-Kao...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUSIE IN YONLAND. THIS CABINET TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

SUSIE IN YONLAND. THIS CABINET TRICK. Mr G. G. Desmond writes In the Lon don "Daily News" of 29th November:— The first animal Susie saw wa3 the "Weasel, sniffing about £or a victim and evidently up to 110 good. He was the funniest Weasel Susie had ever seen. One eye was considerably larger than the other, and the fur on one side o£ his white front was, as Susie says, "twim pled up for all the world like a flower in the creature's buttonhole," These are slight details, but this "Weasel had all over him a general air of monocled and ibutton-holed sclf-cdafidence that made Susie laugh in spite of his known carni vorous character. Soon after Susie saw another animal— the Rabbit. It was a thin and languid Rabbit, and it passed tho time of day! with Susie in an abstracted, thoughgen tlomanly, manner. Although the little girl does not like talking about Unpleas ant subjects, especially with strangers, she thought it only^kind to warn the Rabbit that-the ^Weasel was near, and evidently on t...

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

Canowindra to Qregra Railway! A good number of residents in Orange, chiefly business people, held a meeting there this week with the object of assist ing in the agitation for the extension of the r.'tilwav fro:n Cmowindra to Gregra. The principal speakers were T.iessrs Iv anil C Gavin, J J Dalton and J Iio:l-y. It was pointed out that this extension would help to drnvr trade frooi Cudal. Bowan Park, Cranbury and Cargo to Orange. It was decided to form a branch of the Canowi"dra-Ore5ra railway league. Mr R Plowman, in moving that n sn£ committee bs formed to collect data they would need to be pro^| some argument to gig Minister and Works £fl the line' should would nee that I trj

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND FIELD. KEEPING RECORDS OF DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

fATUvr tun KEEPING RECORDS OF DAIRY COWS. In keeping the record of the mt'le. we use a ruled sheet with a split column In which to record the morning and evening milking (writes a practical dairyman In the "Michagan Farmer"). We place the cow's number at the head of the column devoted to that animal. These sheets wo keep In a frame with a movable glass to protect the sheet from dirt. It is not sufficient to weigh the milk; you must know what the cow Is testing in fat; therefore, we'keep a bottle In which to place samples taken from the milk. Each bottle is labelled with the , number of the cow, and the label cov- I ered with shellac varnish lor " pro tec- 1 tion. ; Each milker has-his own row of bottles corresponding with, the cows he ; milks. After the milk has hcen weighed he pours a tiny dipper full into the bot tle belonging to that cow. In each bot tle we place a preservative, which will keep the- milk perfectly fresh for a month., • The test for the fat is made onco a month. I...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FASTEST TRAINS ON EARTH BRITAIN BEHIND FRANCE AND U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

■i THE fASTEST TRAINS ON EARTH BRITAIN BEHIND PRANCE U.S.A. The trials oC the famous "<lu Bosciuet de-Glehn" four cylinder locomotive "Ija France," now in progress on the Great Western Railway, are arousing such great interest that it may be interesting to glance at some of the most remark able speed, records recently achieved on British and foreign railways. The "Paris-Calais Flyers"—built on M. . de Glehn's principle—are sometimes re- ; ferred to as the "fastest in the world." This is not correct, though their per-' formances are noteworthy and reach the high water mark of Continental express running. • The distance between Paris and Calais; is 184*73 miles, and that is dono by the best trains in ijhr lmin. From Paris to Amiens, where a-stop of 4min for water is made, this works out at 63"2, and between - Amiens and Calais at 59°7 miles an hour. : ../• Hitherto '.'pick-up water troughs" have been unknown on Continental rail ways; but the Northern ..Railway ot France.is ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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COST OF ESTABLISHING A DAIRY HERD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

COST OF ESTABLISHING A DAIRY HERD. The monthly "Agricultural Journal" is sued by the Queensland Department o£ Agriculture gives the following informa tion for intending settlers in Queens land regarding the cost 'of establishing a dairy herd of fifty cows on a farm in that State. It is explained that it would be impossible to give more than an ap proximate idea of outlay and return, but : ,the following is. a . fair estimate. The cost of clearing and fencing is ; not in cluded:— 1 Average coat of co',.s cf lair breed at L9 per head .. .. .. .. .. £150 Outlay for bull .. .. .. 30 . 2 boys at 10s iand found ••• .. 62 Labor—1 man at £1 and found .. .. .. 52 Milking-Hlicd,' milk and cream houso .. -i0 Separator and other utensils .. ;. .. .. 25 Cart, cans, horses, and.harness .. .. 50 Implements.... ........... ...... .. . 25 £721 . — ■ " • It KT URNS. Average amount of milk from 50 cows in profit—100 gallons, per annum, -per cow .. .. ;. .20,000gal. Average amount of cream from millc, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CENSORS OF POSTERS A LITTLE KNOWN COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

CENSORS OF POSTERS A IjITTLE KNOWN" COMMITTEE. ;: "Is the poster censorship a recent inno vation? Oh, no! not by any means. The committee, has .'been at work_ for four, years' past.: I suppose our; recent' activity has:brought us iRto public notice more," ' ' As he offered';th is explanation to our.,re::. ■ preservative, Mr.3urtori,. the proprietor of the Partington Advertising Company, drew forth a fat v(2ume: crammed with reproductions of theatrical and other pos ters, and added: "These have all been con demned." / There were hundreds of lHustfatJgjjg'gj?! tended for serial stories,^gftfffjfingscenes from plays, a mass of smsational designs for;advertising bookstand papers and magazines. U:^hIy-c^]0rod representa tions of scenes on th^&ffoia; qUite im possible crimes and,|gequally.. impossible, criminals- scenes ir^gaol,.In slum, and in "If"""va5: U"remarkable collection. The "St. James's Budget" man-looked amazed, and asked for further detaUs.. y "We have a Censorship Com...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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[?]ennese Optician The Vi[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

-fennese Optician Thp. vl MR. S. A.. TV ■v'U hp ifTafl i Vionnn^ft ami ni(l Snnnfnnlo iO, tliwl flnor, r»nv Onnowm*1m MV»ndnv and Tur 1010. find may nrin JTotol. Mx. TV rc«« of Lc [.SSTCR'ft m»inv Tor»n1 pqfroni lrvirn thnf. ♦Va TVo'l-lvM-wn Innflon OphtJvdnnV Opf.i-J-uv p. of HWIh Kousn, IMnrf.m In" u«iu "••dnv. Mn 1f ur ■; oopi«* ,,f rP^,..,,,• I >.* in^.d„i to p,lhini, f0 M"". tl,B< >!' ■■ Msi,;,,.,M„,,idf,;ini.,X"7"p Hoards i„ Rv'i'ipv d-mmr r,k- <^01,,^,^ r^'r - (') " That in Mm woini'ifi'vU, J'hh R"i.f''ro> pp rho G»,vn.n.i.ont'hA v n,t,"1n'vl' from lonifi nil R'Utes. Onmpin^ 'I ,U,"r TWivps, «,,] thflt -:tha P p " ho over to the i <■ Hiiatil!.. jr,vinir-Mi«m power to ■r.K, A..,] wiM, M„W'po f,\ '"'I'ffvo PU(.ii ,.fiSpVV(i))> ' ' *'•'J- IWd-. ,10w(,rwi ' 11 tiHvi-llfi fr charge upon - "f'k 1I-.1IIJT lllPhfl "'fi rcveruosn nhtnii.pd ho expondpd »» the. junpnr Pii,>firvi«i.,n and im priippini'iif ,,f HI,,,], rPr„rv„^ nn(| t|1(? ■T'...

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