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The Greatest Care. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

The-Greatest: .Oars Tbe<-greatest euro is. ueeiivd - fo to<t.fhe Si>*ht, mirl flum nuy form of 'Evo troublo nliouUV only'Consult n Si'sriaurt who fuilv 1ns profusion ' Sirli'ivone' H Ma W. A Taavk".; tti?!!S.-S[iei-.itili~h .for; Ajous & Coorji; irJ2 - Sytlnn^, ■ •H-ho viMt.J Ounowindni ■rwr'iiiirlv','.-mi.! may bo (lonsuUocl five ot ch;i.-'/e W Fill IJ.-VY, .•JUNK J 7tH till-Noon, oa iSA J'triiOA K;.;lij-ro.' ■JUNE.-;;Thin Export m unpublo :i:nl wucfiii.' ■nnd hm pxporionuo and skill is k.!-. v(m!. jio.tftl. If your o/oh troubiu von lit ttH'-don't luwitato to imnl yourself of hn Herviuos -on •Tuuo- 17th till noon on Junn llttli" at ;Boyd'ir Viotorm Hutel.* ..."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P.P. Board Election. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

P.P. Board Election. Nominations lor the four vacancies on the Oarcoar. Pastures Protection - - , Board closed on Saturday, 14th May. The four retiring directors wore Messr* J. J. McPhee, J. Fagan, A. W Whitnoy, and C. E. Webb. Four I nominations were received, viz., 1 MeBera MoPhee, Pagan, Whitney, | and S. Mslj- Ewens (the latter ot Barry ^oadi~TS!&7D0y). and these gentlemen were dmy^toj^eclared elected for two yeara. For Children's Hacking Con^JiatiVight, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.—la 6d.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Opening of Railway [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

Opening of Railway AVe received a wire yestc.rrlay from -the Hon T W add ell, stating that theC-T.vra Canowi:idra railway would . be "oihcialiy opened on Monday, July 4th. hi last issue we announced that the opening wns to take place on July 2nd,; but Mr 'f s J Finn, who was in Sydney during - the" weelc, succeeded in getting tha"date altered. Local business people- are very pleased at the change being nnde.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Viennese Optician [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

The Viennese Optician MR. S. A. BASSER'S many local patrons will be glad to learn that this well-known Viennese and London Ophthalmic Optician and Spectacle Maker, of Challis House, No. 10, third floor, Martin Place, Sydney, will pay Canowindra his usual periodical visit on Monday and Tuesday, May 20th and 21th, 1910, and may bo consulted at Boyd's Vic toria Hotel. During a trip round the world Mr. Bassur visited tho.renowned optical colle ges of London, Now York, Viomia, Berlin and Dresdon, from each of which ho holds credentials, and is also a qualified master of the British Optical Association. All dofects of the sight corrected, aud glasses specially adapted for ocular houdaclies. Yonr Bight tested with the latest invented instrument. Consultation free of charge. Mr. Bassar may bo consulted in poison, so as to guaran tee the best result. No travelling agents omployod. Solo agent for the " So Easy" rimless glasses.—0,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation to Mr. and Miss Archer. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

Presentation to Mr. and Miss Archer. After the Easter Meeting, in the Parish Hall on Tuesday evening last (nays " Molong Express") the Rector (Cation Alldis), on behalf of the parishioners and Mr. 0. Archer's co» wardens of Sr. John's Church and himself and Mrs Alldia, presiutml him with a handsome silver-plated cake tray, with all good wishes aud ex pressions of high entoHin ; also a cabinet encasing a prayer book and hymnal for Miss Corale Archer. They were gratefully acknowledged by tho receiver who gaid he and his wife an*l family had received nothing but: kindness from the people of Molong, and would troamro this expression of the Church's good ft'C*ling with pleasure.—Mr. and Mrs Archer and family are now residents of Canovritt dia. -Ed.U.S. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.—Is 6d

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BENEATH THE WAVES. "PLUNGING" IN A SUBMARINE. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELE'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

i beneath the waves. I "PLUNGING" IN A SUBMARINE, ! PIUOSIDENT ROOSEVELT'S I EXPERIENCE. Some apprehension was rccontly caused by the statement that Presi dent Hoosovelt was planning to make a trip with Lieutenant Nelson to the bottom of the sea in the sub marine boat Plunger. Accidents which have occurred to crews of submarine bouts immediately recurred to. the minds" of thosu who learned of the President.'h plans, and it was under- . stood that he had been persuaded by his close friends to forego the temp tation. Mr Jaeon A. Itiis, one of the President's warmest friends, said that he had lain awake nights worrying about it. Despite these fears, and after watching various evoluUons of the Plunger from his launch, the Presi dent, told Lieutenant Nelson that I.o would make the dive provided abso lute secrecy was observed. The day was gray and gusty, with n heavy north-caste:-' lashing the bay and a thick rain falling at intervals. The President left the J. West Hoosovelt pier at Oyst...

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 — 27 May 1910

Local Topics?252®8 A Oarcoar syndicate recently drew £30 in Tatteraall's Sweep. Next Monday evening a presenta tion is to be made by ladies of Cano windra and distriot to Mr. J. J. Finu (late hon. sec, of Canowindra P. A. and H. Association). The presenta tion will take plac6 in the' local hall, and a social will also be held. All contributors are expected to attend. Mr. A H Conroy, of BaDgaroo, has been asked by the Lithgow Liberal League to submit his name for selec tion to oppose Mr. J. Dooley, for Hartley, at the State election. The Sun, Moon; Stars, and Halley'a Comet may go wrong, but Newman's I Watches at 3s 1 Id keep right for ever.* < Mr. Patterson, the valuer for the Waugoola Shire, ia to receive a fee of £150. The crops in the district are coming up splendidly since the rain last week. Farmers have been making good headway with sowing operations dur ing the week. _a__record attendance at the local M.TJ. Oddfellows' 'jfuV2?J?ila • ball last week. The local M.U. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

5 mmnimnHiou py post an a nowHpapor. / ITICfl, FOUPpBDCS CANOWINDRA STORES I ' We have Just Opened pur First Shipment of Winter Drapery A large stock of Dresses, Clothing, Flannel, Blouslngs, Rugs, Blankets, &c. We carry the largest and best assorted stock la the district \ and prices to suit all pockets* ■ T. J. Finn. Victoria Hotel, Canowindra, 20th and 21st June. ^Having returned from Vienna after an absence of 18 months, durihg which I studied in the best optical schools and have obtained by examination numerous credentials from Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, New York, and London ,may be consulted for Scientific Sight-testing. S. A. BASSER, Opthalmlc Optician, of No. 10, 3rd Floor, Challis House, Martin Place, Sydney. '■Graduate Optical College, Vienna, late of Vienna; is a member of the British Optical Association. SIGHT TESTED FREE OF CHARGE. Each Eye examined separately, and each •eye fitted so as to gain the best result. Spectacles made to improve Far Sight or Near Sight, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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P.A. and H. Association [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

and H. Association A committee mooting of the above was held on Saturday Taut. Present: —Me«aru W. Trtiren (PreHideut), J. McCtirron, J. Joues, 11. Auywin, M' Thompson, J. Boyd, J. Cook, G. New man (hoc ), aud N. Lavercouibe. The minutes of the previous meeting were lead and continued. Proposed by Mr Oook, and seconded by Mr Thompson, that the correapon deuce be received.—Carried. It was decided on the motion of Mr B-.yd uud Mi' Thompson that tho Rev AJ :• J>u ynmted jmiuii-.s/oii to 'erect.« lm l«»it at: uv>xt »Uow. wi .!m fi."; l. * "»>' Ti.o'ii).i.-iOii • «i J 1 h> TuJit * -v> ><i »Wtc<l vnnerbi'y • ij'ifii'Vi; Mo i.iov'i, ■ tirirl /i ll tvtict tkISO tliilt Lll'i eclit - dultr.be out two months tmioro Die bIiow. -

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The Member for Belubula. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

! The Member for Belubula. i ■ I "The Snake" writing to the "Bul letin" Bays:—"Speaking at the N.8. W. Licensed Victuallers' Asuo j ciation picnic in Sydney last week, Treasurer Wftddell spoke his usual good word for liquor. Waddoil is the only man in the present N.S. Wales Cabinet, as far as I know, who ever kept a bottle of something in his office in case of an emergency. I have had a good deal to do with the Ma State Ministers one way and another—sat for dreary hours listening to cow brained deputationists ; walloped hard into fast interviews ; hung round the doors waiting for the Mikado to say : " Nothing to toll you." And, hot or cold, none of them ever seemed to have a human thought bar Waddell. 'I waited to see him for half an hour one wet day when I was " sopping and wringing." " You're in a nice state," he said when I got into his room. I admitted it on the evidence. " Sorry I can't give you a change of clothes," he went on, " but I'll warm you as well as I. can. Will you h...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERNER'S PRIDE... (Illustrated by Harold PIffard.) CHAPTER VI.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

verner's Pride ... BY MRS. HENRY WOOD. (Illustrated by Harold Plffard.) CHAPTEK VI.—{Continued). You cannot suppose for a moment that I suspect any one of you lias had n lmiid iu this unhappy event; but it was right'Unit I should be assured, from your own Jips, that you wero not llio person spoken of by young Duff." . . "It may have been a stranger to the neighbourhood, sir. In that case ho would not know that the lane led only to Vomer's Pride." " Truo—so far. But what stran ger would be likely to quarrel with Rachel ? " " Egad, if you cAue to that, air a stranger's more likely to pick a quarrel with lio.r than one of us," rejoined John Massingbird. It was no stranger," said Mr. Verncr shaking his head.' '' Wo do not quarrel with; strangers. Had any stranger accosted Rachcl at night, in that lonely spot, with ru d c w o r ds, s h c w o ul d n at ur al 1 y have eallcd ovit for help : which it is certain she did not do, or young Brooin and Mrs. Roy must have heard her. Rely upon it t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEROES BEGGING. P[?]TIABLE PLIGHT OF WOUNDED RUSSIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

HEROES BEGGING . PI J'l A RLE PLIGHT OP WOUNDED RUSSIANS. The St. Petersburg correspondent of tfie London "Daily Mall" wrote at the end of August:— There Is great and growing indigna tion in St. Petersburg ovor the un pardonable Indifference shown by the Russian Government towards the '.rounded and crippled soldiers who have returned from the East. In nearly every street one sees sol diers with an arm or leg, or both limbs, missing, stretching out their hands in pitiable appeal for alms.'. Some wear on their breast the Cross of St, George, which is only given in a case- of great personal bravery. Ail of these unhappy cripples have a right to be fed by the State and to receive a small pension Ask them why they beg aiid the answer is In variably the old story of wholesale pecu lations among the officials. I have been horrified by instances re lated to me direct by these soldiers. Wounded in some battle, they lay months 111 the hospitals and'then suffered incre dible privations on the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FUR-CLAD CHICKS. TO COUNTERACT COLD STORAGE [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

FUR-CLAD CHICKS. 'J'0 COUNTERACT COLD STORAGE' .'••• A writer :in " Popular Science Sift ings" is responsible for the follow 1ng , I A friend of~his sot-, ashen recently on a sitting -or cold-storage y.oggs;-' Everything went well,- :and in .liue .time seventeen lively little chicks ro warded the old hen's patience. | - They grew rapidly, but 'as the down of their adolescence disappoar | ocl, it was replaced not by the cus tomary feathers, but by thick and ' glossy fur of various colors. The owner's thocry is that kindly i Nature, which adapts ,all her crea tures to their environment, thought fully .substituted the fur for the fea thors during -the cold storage' period. : ' ; So'far so good, but the eggs might have been, hatched in the tropics, | where the chickens would have fennd | the fur a work of supererogation I Nature, if not : shortsighted, :Was ait j least too impatient to wait until Uio j-destination, of the eggs was decided ^on. ■!: : J

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JEALOUS HUSBAND. HE HIRED ASSASSINS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

THE JEALOUS HUSBAND. I-113 HIRED ASSASSINS. i: An engineer named Feo<;<>iclf n few : days ago was attacked and murder ed by-two hooligans in a St. Peters burg street, writes our correspon dent.: The murderers fled in a cab, :• which had been awaiting thom, but' were ultimately caught by the police. ' Tliey have now confessed that they, were hired to murder Feodoroft by a jealous husband • named. Zolotofl.",. :Tbs husband promised each of •'them , L100 i[ they could get rid of Feo . dorofT, who was in lovo wiln Zolo tofF's wife. Jf they tried, but failed to kill him, they were to bo given L10 each. ) ZolotolT, his. senior clerk, and the j cabdriver who helped the murderers ' I in their flight, have now been arrest- • j ed. i Daily Mail." 1 Tliero is not n nation In the world i tliut knows freedom less than the Gcr ' rciaisg (Jo. -"Messnggete," Home.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COWRA HOSPITAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

| COWRA HOSPITAL RACES. The ..above wore held on Tuesday (Empire Day), and were lafgely at- , tended. A. good number o£_(Jiiiio- . wiiidra sports P~"*f -***"'tlg Air. Lave/.—la his •-uiotor car, and from ttJI aocjunta the majority were .-..fuiriy successful ia . picking the winners. Following art* the results;— Red Gross Handicap.—Minoru 1, Vanquisher 2, Tristram 3; Sitc- afirt--' era. Betting : 2 to 1 Vanquisher, 4 to 1 Aragain, 5: to 1 Minora; 7 to I Tristram, 10 to 1 others. - Wou euail^';: by a length. Probationers! Handicapi-^Fulger I, . Hooiut'riug 2, Gump 3. Six started The ,winner started at ev^ena; and won; by a length. Nurses' Welter."—Lady Alice 1, Wnrline 2, _Othoue 3. Six -Htartedf Won by a length, .. The winner start ed at 5 to 1. Hospital Handicap.—Moiok I, Mio^i oru 2, Dr. Luan 3. Seven started. Betting : 2 tu 1 Morok, 4-to 1 Aragainv and ■YttiliyrioI-,6 to i Minoru, 10 to 1 others.. Won bv half a length. - Convalescent l-Iandiotp.—' Tristram 1, Allan 2; Otlione 8.- ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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EAST END WITCHCRAFT. BLACK CAT AND ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

EAST END WITCHCRAFT. <* 0 BLACK CAT AND ALL. An amn-zing story was rcvor.'cd at Clerkenwell Sessions on Saturday, -.tSUi-nc..,!? September, of modern witchcraft as prac tised on Ignorant, credulous foreigners In the East End. A Russian Jewess named ; Rachel Neuhnns, 40, was indicted.- .Eorvy.--. having obtained IS 14s by false.;. prQ7j:.%^: tencos from Mrs Annie Samuels.:-and L25 from Rosie Gilberberg. The prisoner,. Is a short, sturdy woman, and her swar thy complexion, coarsc features, and un- [ tidy hair gave her the appearance of,a<\ gipsy. She stood In the dock «Uh a plaid shawl wrapped tightly round her. Annie Samuels, a charwoman,.. of . Brunswick street, St. Geoige's, igiving her evidence in Yiddish through.the..in-, terprelor, Mr Nyberg, said her husbnnd deserted her 21 months ago. Recently..!}^..- . prisoner called on her and as^ied* IE she' would Like her fortune told for three pence. She laid out some caids, an J apparently reading them, remarked, •...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SUDDEN SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

A SUDDEN SCARE. According to the writer in tlic "Throne," a short .time ago, just aftei|a bomb outrage, King Edward and a small party o£ friends were dining with Lady' Dorothy Nevlli. The .conversation turned upon the danger Royal person ages incurred, and the party were dis cussing what the sensations would be in face of it. Suddenly came a rushing noise and a heavy crash athe dim end of.the dining-room. Ssme started from their seats, others grow deathly pale. The King remained unmoved, and was the Hrst to laugh heartily as they re alised that a largo and heavy screen had overbalanced and fallen across the room with the deafening noise that had... startled them. It Is time the tyranny of the English tailor fashions should cense. Next thing wc know John liuU will bo. order lug epaulettes on our bathing suiib. - "Gazette-Times,'' P.ltiflburfi.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

WOMEN AND POLITICS. English' politicians, though they may deprecate the suflrasette movement, have themselves encouraged their sisters to enter political fields. It was Lord Randolph Churchill who organised them j In tho Primrose League.. ami In every subrcciuont election women have played ; I apromlnent part. -"Nation," New York..'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
F and S Association LOCKWOOD—CRANBURY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

F and S Association LOCK WOOD —OJlANBU RY KiiANi.?!!. A mooting of the above was held at Tj-iok wood on Monday evening last. Tlioro were presentMessrs CWhit mo" (President) A W ,M.uir, A. Me D.iiialii, J Tr-'ivdH.D'Jones, 0 Tiaves, (} Wennley, li U Nash, ' A' J Traves, 0 Onmpbisll, T Balrjotnh, VF J Moore, J Fleiduer, jnr, and E YV Mooro, The miuufo»s of last moating were confirmed, after which the minutes of tho annual meeting \vere roud. Correspondence. The only correspondence was from the Onniiwmdra progress association re , the fjhire engineer The president informed the meeting that ii letter had b^en received by tho ' nhire uouiieil 10 thin matter,; and Hie majority of the councillors favored existing arrangements to remain a* tii'iy aro until rift,or the shite elnfitionR. and t.hvy further consider that with tho amount of revenue rooeivod it would not tiM wise to undertake to pay the whole uf tiio engineer's salary, out ■ •f it,. ■■■...■■ "■ f)"cidod on tlio motion of Mr-Mc-1 ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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AT AN IND[?] A CHARACTER SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

AT AN INQ ■S-tcetcji. , " My dour lady, who is she ? It was the Collector's wile who spoke. " The daughter of some country doctor down in Suffolk, I believe, was the disdainful reply ; " and she told Mrs Carter there was no one in the station fit for lier to associate with." . • . " Mrs Dupres; leant hack in lie:-- Thail and stifled a yawn. " Yest I thought so ! anil she is the sort * Of person whom one wouldn't have anything to do with at homo." " The station is not -a bit what it, used to bo," siglicrl fat Mrs Young. "Now, when the old cmairy were here " A* sniile flickered acioss Mrs Duprcs' face, an 1 Mrs Young's reminiscences came to a s>ud Ion end " Boy I" she shouted ; " boy.! Coing'to master, saying ill's-jiii'm-■ sahib trending, s.ilanms. Tolling bo lioot jpldi ao." "A dutiful husband appeared two minutes later. " Are you .. i oiul.y,,, Gu//le ' 1 was just having fifty up with Black." It is tho Carter's dinner-party to night coino along. .Tlist call the syce, will you, N...

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