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Oddfellows' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

OddfeSSb'ws' The lo'Al M.U. OdilreU nvi Annual which in r.o'.v looked upon jh the popular function" of fchid kind Hold in wimlni duautf tho your—evuiituafcot lo-ill hall oa We huMtlay nitric I*4* every w:iv it wan an U!iq»rilili Like with then' ]a*t;mn»i:il Hmit-, t rendition* vura unpropitiou-*, h 6i> couple* put in tin appear.v was ample- for the hull a Fir^-r.la-H mmio (piano un'l < rMtvl by Af^-wr* Foirirty j C >v.rt. A. piano for the oo Vi'-ii!'/ atvo'iitoU' tuelj O!o^kcy iintl 0 C ililevj dutio* of MVC. mid Wib iin'rr;,- (lj " htf'it j i»ijf wore mmnim t'mintinn a hii.-.co^ de<:or mors li-i.i pi-iivio'.i-'.J.y -<ej of iatir x-rt -i-ntf nnvksntf do • melius tlm bunting ami CJ In II a ni'xt nort-ntjy e.toi| this brilliant [ Not the lei tion is thei a'.so surpassel direction. Tj Odd fell-; they could ha tiring appeijj with edible sufficient ertacliii^ tions 1J fiowq Sydui' stablel •was del dishes T of ladii and ttul passed ' ladies el Krothe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOPPER PATENT ACETYLENE GAS MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

THE HOPPER PATENT ACETYLENE GAS MACHINE. Since the introduction of acety lene gas to the public the efforts to overcome the drawbacks and, in deed, dangers connectecl therewith have been constant. The risk of ex plosion and the difficulty of ensuring a pure light have claimed the atten tion of many experts. It was fond ly hoped and expected that when the automatic machine was deve loped, all troiible and danger had been overcome, but this was not so, as has been undeniably proved by the numerous accidents and explo sions which have been reported with disastrous frequency. It remained for Mr. C. Bissaker, of Sydney, to place a machine on the market which absolutely overcomes all these defects and ensures the most com plete satisfaction to users, as the numerous spontaneous testimonials prove. The " Hopper " never gets out of order, iSr never. dangerous, never makes bad gas, never ceases making , gas at a critical time leaving-you in the .dark, involves no waste by over generation or ...

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

HOMELY FARE. A Baked Cheese Sbuflie. — This ls a most nutritious, wholesome and economi cal dish. It is excellent either for lunch. or supper, and may often be eaten by those who cannot digest uncooked cheese. Required: Two and a half oimccs .of" grated cheese, half an ounce,-'"tr .flour, half an ounce o£ butter, one gill of milk, salt and pepper, two whole eggs, and one extra yolk, half a teaspoonful of made ; mustard. "Well butter a plain souflie tln. Melt the butter in a saucepan, add the Hour, and mix it in smoothly. Pour in the milk, and stir it gently over tfie fire till it boils; let it boil gently for three minutes. Then let it cool for a few minutes. Add the yolks of the eggs one by one, beating them well in, add the grated cheese—all but one teasporinful— Foason the mixture carefully with rnus ^nrd, salt and pepper. Beat the whites N-.m^eggs to a very stiff froth,, and stir them ivjhtly into the other ingredients. Put the'yjiixture into the souflle-mould. and bake jy^a qui...

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

naming the baby. Testimony of the most ancient and honor able character can he quoted to prove the ex treme Importance In which a well-chosen name was held In far-away days. Old Testament names always meant some thing definite, and were purposely Invented for those who were to bear them (says a contemporary). Jacob, for example, was a supplanter, Isaac signified laughter, Rachel was a ewe, Deborah a bee, and Hannah meant fnvor. Abigail, commenting on her husband's name, cried: "As his name Is, so is he: Nabal Is his name, and folly Is with him." Then, again, the pathetic Instance of Naomi's Inmcnt leaps to the mind, for Naomi, In her sorrow, felt that lier name, which signified pleasantness, was singularly inap propriate to her. So the desolate widow cried: "Call me not Naomi; call mo Marah [bitter ness], for the Almighty hath doalt very'bit terly with me." When some event of great importance hap pened In a person's life In Biblical times his name was altered, slightly or completely...

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

STOCKS AND TIES. Never before has neckgear been so h Important. : A stock and tie being es- « scntiai to a dress, linen and cambric col- P lars and bows ot bright ribbon are worn J with washing dresses. Lace stocks and y silk ties with more elaborate blouses. Transparent collars are worn with cos- u tumes. They are boned and shaped, r and not nearly so comfortable Cor this tl time of year as the collarless band of last ® | season, For tics, silk cut on the cross? Is used. A yard ami a halt permits a smart little bow, with the ends hemmed and a tuck or two. Sketch No. 1 shows a bow:stock of black satin ribbon for the neck band, and .silk muslin kilted Cor the bow'. A little canvas collar with red stltchcry turns ov.or.lt. No. 2 Is o( pale blue tnffota, a muslin shape covered with ilifi blue, and a tie a double bow with • floated stole ends.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANARCHISTS SENTENCED. INCITEMENT TO MURDER. WHAT IS SEDITIOUS LIBEL? [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

ANARCHISTS SENTENCED I INCITEMENT TO MURDER. WHAT IS SEDITIOUS LIBEL? I A cable message oil the Sept. 18, an nounced tliat two Italian anarchists had been sentenced to terras of hnprison ' ment at the Old Bailey. Further infor mation is given by the "Daily News," of the ll)th September, as follows:— I Unusual precautions were taken by the police at the Old Bailey yesterday during the trial of two, Italians on a charge of. inciting to murder, the gen : oral public being excluded from the Court. The prisoners were Adolfo An tonelli, 23, a mason, and Francesco Barberi, 33, shoemaker. The former was charged with having in, a publica tion entitled "Tlie Insurrection," which was published in the Italian language, justified the crimes of murder and in cited to violence, and encouraged per sons to murder the, Sovereigns and Killers of Europe, and particularly the . King of Italy.: Barber! was indicted for aiding and abetting by circulating the publication. . Sir Muir,1 for the prosecution, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FLEET STREET'S "PALACE." COST OF RESTORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

FLEET STREET'S "PALACE." COST** OF RESTORATION. After bSssj£' hidden for some months behind a hoarding, the upper portion of No. 17 Fleet street, generally (says the j "Daily Mail"), but incorrectly, known as Cardinal Wolsey's Palace, is once again , in full view. The building has been re- | •stored, both inside and out, and the new ! red-tiled root, the bright green upper window frames, and new stucco sides give it the appearance of an "ancient" building erected to order. The original dark oak front, however, has been carefully restore^ and patched, and the ground floor front 'has been set back five feet to widen the footpath, over which the upper part of the building now hangs. The "palace" contains the .Old ■Council Chamber of the Duchy of Corn wall, used in the days of James.I., and the historic ceiling of the apartment, to- ! gether with-the rich oak panelling, have ' been restored by Sir Purdon Clarke. I The freehold of the building was ac , quired a few years ago by the Londo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CZAR'S NEW NAVY. BIG ORDERS FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

CZAR'S NEW NAVY. BIG ORDERS FOR ENGLAND. Despite the circumstantial statements made a few weeks ago that Russia. was in negotiation with America Cor the build ins o£ a new navy to take the place oC that destroyed by the Japanese, there now appears to be more than a proba bility- that*British firms will obtain the contracts to repair-the Russian losses. A representative of the Russian Gov- j ernment is reported to be in London at the present time, discussing terms with the leading shipbuilding Arms, and the "Sheffield Daily Telegraph," usually very j well informed in these matters, is confi- : dent that the orders will be placed in this . country. British ■ shipyards, the paper says, can build more expeditiously than 1 any in the world, and most of them can take orders for complete ships—hulls, ar- . nior, engines, and guns. Everything cs- | sential to an efficient warship can be made in' Britain, and: the builders will even undertake to send the vessel's home, j Russia will probably...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

TttEMDIES' COtMMT®. tJSEl'UX HINTS. A Laundry Hint.—In washing woollen ' goods they should never be rubbed, but , cleansed by drawing through the ' hands up and down. Wring as dry as possible, and rinse in a tub of hot water . in which a little soap has been dis-j solved. | Simple Disinfectant. — Cut two or' three good-sized onions in halves and |' place them on a plate on the floor; they . ; i absorb noxious effluvia,etc., in the sick- I room in an incredibly short space of , 1 time, and are greatly to be preferred to ! 1 perfumery for the same purpose. They , should be changed every six hours. • ( This is also a simple remedy for remov- | Ing the smell of fresh paint. The onions , ] are poisonous afterwards. 1 Loose Picture Nails. — As soon as a ' nail driven in the wall gets loose and I l the plaster begins to break around it, j j it can be made solid and firm by the I i following process :—Saturate a bit of j 1 wrap as much of It around the nail as waidding with thick dextrine' ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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ANTI-BIGAMY CAMPAIGN. NEW YORK'S FIVE THOUSAND BOGUS MARRIAGE AGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

ANTI-BIGAMY CAMPAIGN. NEW YORK'S FIVE THOUSAND BOGUS MARRIAGE AGENCIES. The discovery that the victims of the nrch-bigamlst Witzhoff probably number several hundreds- has led to extraordin ary efforts for Ills capture. The "New Yorlc World" offers L100 reward, and not only the police, law,von and scores of private detectives, but Rescue Leagues have taken up the search. It is feared that he has gone home to Switzerland, but efforts will be made to capture hl.n there. Mrs Charlotte Smith, the president of the Woman's International Rescue League, Is active in the search. She declares that at least: 50,000 Ame rican women have been married, robbed and abandoned by professional biga mists of the WitzholT type. It. is believed that there are 5000 agen cies carrying- on tire nefarious business in New York alone at the present time, and a vigorous campaign is being insti tuted "ngainstthcra. A Losing Garae.—She: What do they do iu golf when they lose the ball?'He: Oh. I don't know. But if ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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KITCHEN FRENZY. BAD-TEMPERED COOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

KITCHEN FRENZY. BAD-TEMPERED COOKS. A writer in the German "Medizinlsche Wochenschrift" has discovered a new in dustrial disease, to whom he has given the name of "Kuelienkolier," or kitchen frenzy. It would be more accurate to say that the writer has given this name to a phenomenon with which most people are familiar, namely, that general iras cibility with which people are aflllcted whose work lies in kitchens. According to the writer, kitchen frenzy is a nervous disease capable of diagno sis like any other illness. It. is, besides, highly infectious, and can be communi cated from person to person. It can extend from the servants of one family to the servants of neighboring families, and it can even happen that entiro dis tricts can be Infected. The cause, of this disease is usually to bo found in the heat to which its victims are generally expose;!, to excess of light, sometimes to long-continued standing and other causes acting on the nerve centres. In its earlier stages the dis...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITALIAN VETERANS. ANNUAL DINNER IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

TTAT/TAN VETERANS. ANNUAL DINNER IN LONDON. Picturesque and interesting was the gathering which took place at the Villa • Villa Bestaurant, Gerrard street, on the occasion of the annual dinner of the Italian Veterans' Club. The club was formed to commemorate the entry into Home of the national troops on Septem ber 20th, 1S70, and "the birth of a free United Italy," and this was, therefore, the thirty-fifth anniversary of this event. | The club includes forty-two' veterans, , of whom twenty-seven are Italians and en British, and the King of Italy-is the fip]i...DEgsident. The acting president, Cavaliere Barui. QRili,(Pirst Secretary of the Italian Embassy), occupied the chair, and a goodly number of theVyeterans, wearing their medals, were present. ' The president, in proposing "King Ed ward VII. and Queen Alexandra," ob served that the never-failing sympathy of noble England in their long struggles to achieve the unity and independence • of their Fatherland had left an undying impre...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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"RAIN-IN-THE-FACE." SIOUX CHIEF'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

"RAIN-IN-THE-FACE. j. SIGUX CHIEF'S CAREER. ' . Hainrin.the-Faee, ' the last of the great Sioux chiefs who fought the United States in the middle seven ties, has died in the Indian Reserva tion of South Dakota, at the age of sixty-two. ' He was a pure-blooded Sioux, and a typical. savago liedskin such as Fenimore Cooper loved to paint.- To' the very last he retained his hatred of the white-man, and spurned an offer made him' to accompany his old fighting ally. Sitting Bull, in his tour of the world with Buffalo, Bill's show as unworthy of the dignity . of an Indian chieftain. He led the great massacre which resulted in the death of the United States soldier General Custer, and with his own hand cut out the heart of liis dead foo. Horse stealing aiid murder made him famous at one time in the 'West ern States, .and although in later years- lie accepted the hospitality ;of the United States Government in South Dakota, and. even wore the uniform- of the Indian police, lie never becamo c...

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WOMEN AT BAY. HOUSE DEFENDED AGAINST THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

WOMEN AT BAY. HOUSE DEFENDED AGAINST THE POLICE. The Paris correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote on 6th September:— A remarkable case of two women hold ing about a dozen policemen at bay for twenty-four hours has just occurred at Beaulleu, near Loches, in the Depart ment of Indre-et-Loire. A"man named Jousset lived with his family, comprising his wife, a daughter aged twenty-seven, and two sons, ■ aged nineteen and fifteen. The daughter is the mother of four children, and owing to the deplorable conditions under which they were being brought up the local authorities, decided to remove them to a. home.- ' Their mother, however, refused to give them up, and ' on a police magistrate going to the house with two police in spectors the door was barricaded. On a terrace commanding the stairs leading to the house the two women stood defiant with a pitchfork and a blunderbuss. • The magistrate "beat a retreat, but re turned in the evening with reinforce ■ments, consisting of twelve gendarm...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A ROTHSCHILD WILL. LARGE CHARITABLE BEQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

A ROTHSCHILD WILL. T-iARGE CHARITABLE BEQUESTS. j ' Probate was granted on 20th Septem ber in Ijondon of the will of Baron Nathaniel von Rothschild, of Vienna, j Austria, a partner in the banking house of S. M. vori Rothschild, of ; Frankfort-on-the-Maine, and of the j Vienna House, who died on 12th ] June last at Vienna, -eldest son of : the late Baron Anselm von Roths child. The sole executor of his will (says the London "Sportsman") is his brother, Baron Albert Solomon Anselm von _ Rothschild, the^head of the A'ienna ^6anKih|:xnouo<5._^By his will, dated 3rd January, 1900, the'testator-ief).: Ten million florins (L*9GS,750 ^ money) Austrian currency to any eharit-' able institution that shall be established under his name and shall permanently bear that name, having chiefly in view the. making provision for sufferers from chronic or incurable maladies. i One million florins (L9G.S75) Austrian | currency for distribution among charit- \ able institutions in Vienna. I Ts...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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WEDDING TRAGEDY. AUNT AND NEPHEW MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

WEDDING TRAGEBY AUNT AND NEPIIEW MARRIED. I A funeral that took place last month in the churchyard of Elkstono, near Cheltenham," hqs. bean a fruitful topic of conversation all over the countryside. It marked the'close, of a chapter'in 0110 of the strangest romances that has ever stirred the quiet life of that Cotswold village. A month before a kind-hearted lady of forty-three years of age, who had gained the respect of all who knew , her by her assiduous attention to her j aged father, was visited at ' their farm by her nephew from Northum berland, a young man who had just come of age. He seems, tq have suc cumbed to the attractions of his. aunt, to whom he eventually pro : posed marriage. Knowing nothing of the law that' forbids the union in matrimony, of persons so closely re lated as aunt and nephew, she gave her consent. • Whether the young man know of tho.i impediment is not known, but, had «iie been at all scrupulous in the matter of answering the questions put to him by the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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ROUND ABOUT GAD'S HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

ROUND ABOUT GAD'S HIIiIj. The road from Gravesend to Gad's Hill, (writes a correspondent to the "Westminster Gazette") has altered little since Dickens's time. There have been some cottages and villas built quite close to the novelist's old house, but otherwise there has been but little change. Tear after year the same varieties of wild flowers have grown In the woods and hedgerows, the same cornfields have been sown and reaped. There is the same pro fusion of wilcl/clematis in the late sum mer and autumn, the same tangle of' woody nightshade, with its reddened and -reddening perries, and on tho grassy banks the purple knapweed, the spiky yellow agrimony, the bindweed, -yarrow, and herearid there a patch of wild thyme, and the elders hang heavily fruited. Numerous saplings havo been planted In a long row by the roaJside up the hill from Strood, a commendable feature which future pedestrians will greatly ap preciate. Sad.—She : Has your fctend Ions >••*« bald? He loots so youug. H...

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

< ADEFEATED DESIGN- ! j Detective Warbutton, of the Criminal Investigation Department, New Scot land Yard, was In excellent spirits as he sat in the corner of a second class "smQker" on that late September morn ing, 1002, with nothing but fields and woods — the latter In all the glory of their autumn tints — stretching away on either side of him. All things considered, he had good cause to feel elated, for the business which had necessitated his leaving, Lon- • don so hurriedly, after having been com pelled to remain in the city during the best part of the summer, when most people were rusticating by the sea, pro mised to partake of a short and enjoy able trip Into the country rather than to entail any serious hard work on ]jls i part. " " , He had been sent by his chief to in vestigate a ease which seemed likely to prove both simple and remunerative, inasmuch as the individual on whose behalf his peculiar talents had been , called into requisition was a very wealthy man ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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NOXIOUS FUMES IN THE CITY. EXTRAORDINARY SCENES. EIGHT FIREMEN OVERCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 20 May 1910

NOXIOUS FUMES IN THE CITY. EXTRAORDINARY SCENES. ' EIGHT FIREMEN OVERCOME. In- Mincing lane (London) last month some exciting scenes took place owing to the accidcntal spilling of some chloride of sul phur on the first floor of Messrs Typkc and King, chemical manufac • turers. • Instantly choking fumes spread throughout the. building, and became so overpowering that manj; cmployos on the upper floor wore seriously affccted, and qui.te unable to dcscend by tin; stairs. The building also be came filled with smoke, and conclud ing that "a fire had started, a gentle man promptly rang the two alarm. This had a successful result, for tho firemen were able to get a number of people out of tho building who were quite powerless to leave it of their own accord; Several persons on tho upper floors managed to struggle out into the open air, and three gentlemen of tho firm , of Messrs Thomas Lloyd and Co., after 'being almost overcome, re treated to, the top of the building, whence they were spe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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