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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

rr At Parker's Unrivalled Lowest Prices. Don't be misled by the So-called Low Prices of others. Read this List through, it will save Money for you. These are Parker's UnrivaHed Lowest Prices i Griffith's'I.X L. Rabbit Traps, ll/-doz. Rabbiter's Hoos, 1/6 each. Jump Rabbit Traps, 10/6 dcz. Pin Iron, 7d bur. Skinnor Knives, 1/3 ouch. Rabbiter's Sets (Greeu River Knife and Bteel Dietz Lanterns, 3/- each. with Ring, in Solid Leather Sheath, 3/11 Giant Tius Quince Jam, 2/- each. Rabbit Poisons of all Descriptions. "The Lightning Streak" Strychnine and Quince Jam, 1/8 tin ; " S.A.P." and " Boaker" Rabbit Poison 1/9 tin Rifles and Ammunition. 1902 "Winchester Rifles, 21/- - 22 Short Winchester Cartridges, 8d. 1904 Winchester Rifles, 27/6 22 Long Wiuohester Cartridges, 8$d. 1906 Repeater Winchester, 50/- - Everything for your Camping Outfit. Tents and Flys. Warm Woolly Blankets. Bush Rugs. Waterproof Rugs. Warm Overcoats. Oilskins. Boots that Fit and Wear well. The Famous Bull's Head Brand ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LUXURY OF THE RICH STYLE. CAUSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

LUXURY OF THE RICH STYLE. 'CAUSE. OF UNEMPLOYMENT. "The causa of the present unemployed trouble in England'Is the luxury, the ex cessive love.of pleasure, and the-Inordi nate' attention to sport often found among the wealthier classes of the coun try." Such is the declaration of the St. Pan eras Distress Committee, at whose meet ing on the 1st of December a resolution was moved that a petition be sent to the King— "To beg that your Majesty will use your personal example and your influ ence upon the richer section of society, and, through them, upon the whole na tion, so as to urge the duty of the simple life, to fetch back tlie rugged virtues, to lift the national habits Into higher planes of self-denial and service for the common good, and thus, by enduring, not tempo rary and titful, methods, to alleviate the social evils of England." The mover of the resolution will be the Rev. Hubert Handley, the vicar of St. Thomas', Camden Town. "The well-to-do classes," he said to an ."Expres...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WHISPERS OF THE CAK TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

THE WHISPERS OF THE OAK TREE. I (By W* L. LARNED). If you are fond of singing birds and cneery trees, and wonderful fairy owei-s, always , babbling n)nid the folmge, you would like Ornndndriy's ' ,If'ffnarleiJ old apple trees, spreading out with their heavy foil-: fnl little bii blebeas and cMckens and growing radishes, and all the things that. orb may expect to discover at a real country place woultl delight you, Grandaddy's gar den and Gran<!ad;ly's small world are almost as pood as any magic realm ' Urnt you have read about in your fairy books. , y Indeed, „t,he old man I.v-quite a ma gician' in. his way. You would never expect him to turn a pumpkin into a hoi so and buggy; but he makes <:anes that sell to big stones away off in the noisy city, and ho would sooner whittle out whistles for little girls than work in hj.s own .shop which stands baok under the last! apple (rec. und is choked wiih rustv machinery. ■Marjories lived down the road from Grandnddy, bu...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUSIC-HALL PRINCESSES. SOME EXAMPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

I MUSIC-HAIilj PRINCESSES. SOME EXAMPLES. A wandering Briton -,vrites to the con tributor of Paris notes Jn London "Punch," " from the other end of Europe to say how depressed ho feels in reading. in the daily papers that thousands go every evening to listen with transport ro the Prince and Princess Robert de Broglio at the London Tivoli. What else could he expect? Britons love lords. They like to take the romantic view. o£ a runaway couple, and cannot be expected to un derstand the standpoint of the parents who refuse to give them their blessing. It costs those who applaud nothing be yond the prices of their seats at the music-hall to be on the side of an in teresting couple against a hard-hearted father and mother. They know nothi'.g of the closeness of family life In Franco or of-the sacrifices parents make to keep their children as high and as well off as they themselves have been. You have the "eldest son" in the noble Eng lish family. Entails have been made for his advantage. ...

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

A MARRIAGE TANGLE. A strange account of . a wedding party's contusion was given to the Brentford magistrates on November 14th when Frederick Taint, a gas-stoker, was fined 7s Gd for being drunk in the pre cints of the Brentford Police Court. On Monday Taint was summoned by his wife Cor desertion, but his condition was such that his arrest was ordered. At a previous hearing he contended that he ras not bound to support the com plainant because his marriage was not a legal one. yesterday Thomas Brown, a brother of the complainant, said that in his opinion the ceremony was quite legal. He added: "On Easter Monday in 1S00, Taint and my sister and mc and another girl went to church to get married. We were all fairly drunk, and somehow we seemed to get mixed up. I gave away the girl I was going to marry to somebody, and my girl gave away Frederick Taint. After a bit we all got properly married, and when we were signing the register Taint said to the parson, 'I suppose you reckon yourself ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OPEN SHOP. MR DOOLEY SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

THE OPEN SHOP. MR DOO'LEY SPEAKS. "Whut is all this talk that's in the : paapci-s about the open shop?" asked Mr Hennessey. "Whut is th' open shop?" said Mr Daoley. "Shure, 'tis a shop where thoy kape the dure open t' accom- : midate th' consthant sthream o£ min i comln' in t' take jobs cheaper thin th' ! min whut has th' jobs. 'Tis like this, | HinniSsey—suppose wan of these free, barn Arnerycan citizens is wurkin' in an open shop for th' princes wages of wan large iron dollar a day of tin hours. Along comes another free barn son-of-a gun, an' he sez t' th*. bass: 'I thinkJjyafcs* handle th' job fer ninety cints.' "''Shure, acx th' boss, and' th' wan-dollar man gets th- merry, jingling' can' an' goes o':t into th'' erool wurld t' exercise his ■ 'n alienable roights as a free barn Arnery can citizen an' scab on some other poor dlvil. An' so it goes on, I-Iinnissey. An' who gets th' benefit? Thrue, it saves th' boss money, but he don't care no more for money than he does for his roig...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A RECORD OF DISASTER FIRE AND WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

| A RECORD OF DISASTER FIRE AND WATER. "Public Opinion" writes on 24th No I vember:— , . . - I • Between last Friday night .and the ; early hours of Sunday morning nearly ^ 200 lives were lost. The wreck of ■ the < South-Western Hallway Co.'s steamer Hilda near St. Malo cost 128 lives; 39 men perished and others were injured in a disastrous fire al^a Glasgow lodging house; and in the torpedo-boat manoeu vres near Kiel an officer and 32 men went down on board one of the newest I destroyers in the German navy. . : THE LOSS OP THE HILDA. The "Pail Mall Gazetto" of the 21st November writes:—"The loss; of the Hilda, and -all but half-a-dozen of her passengers and crew, .leaves no stain of reproach, so far as can at present be as- ■ .pertained,' upon the memory of her cap- , tain and officers. A fog, a snowstorm, and a heavy sea form a combination which has produced thousands of ship wrecks in waters far less difficult oi navigation than those of the English , Channel. ... "All...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SUIT-CASE CRIME. CONFESSIONS OF GUILT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

SUIT-CASE CRIME. CONFESSIONS OF GUILT. The Boston correspondent of the London "Daily Alail" wrote on 3rd November:— 'Loiuis W. Crawford, a son-in-law of an American divine, and William Howard were arrested last night,'and identified to-day by a pawnbroker named Huckmnn and others from Boston us those who had bought tho suit-cases in which the.'dismembered body of Susan ..Geary was found. The two men have confessed that they disposed, of the remains of tho unfortunate chorus-girl from a ferry boat. They, did not dare to drop tho cases on their first trip because of the number of passengers' and tho bright moonlight.' They accordingly look a ride on u tramway-car, and, re-hoarding the boat, dropped tho head of the girl in a. handbag near the dock. The case containing the limbs was disposed of in m'uKstrenni, and they made a third trip to dispose of the body. The police 'subsequently arrested Hr 15. MeijCod on a charge of performing on illegal operation on iliss Geary, , and they say 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 — 27 May 1910

Lavercombs ^ Moore [Late N. Luvercombe} Auctioneers, Stack and Station Agents, and Property Salesman. Auction Sales conducted in any part of the District. MFE -are always in touch with both Property and St<ick Buyer* throughout the State, an<{ any liupi ugss entrusted . to us will r«ceiv< prompt attention. Write for par ticulars of properti-eB. District Ag;ent-for— A. m. P. Society. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Melotte-Cream Separators. Correspondence Invited. Lavercomba & Moore CANOWIWORA, j A. J. ATKINSON Saddle and Harness Maker ALL WORK LOCALLY EXECUTED AND GUARANTEED. Sr Cive Him a Trial. Canowirtdra. ALF. MARSHALL, PROPRIETOR. Prlmest Beef and Mutton always on Hand. Auduess :— Miiin Street, opposite Murray's Produce Store. E U GEM E F 1 N N, .Auctioneer,.'' ' V " . "iii-I ■CENT Ccin.) ,"v .. . Agent for li.--Vv...MclCt»yV dtiuoluu* Maoliiiieiy'. J. R. HALLETT, R.D.S., R.M.S., The Eminent Exponent of the Latest AMERICAN ...

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LAYING THE STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

LAYING THE STONE. After the Mass a procession, headed hy the Rev. Father O'Kerinedy, and noniisting of altar boys, Children of Mary, choir girls, and children ma-ohnd round the Church, and than formed a circle round the square marked out for the new building The Bishop, aHsiet.'d by the Rev Fathers Doran and O'Kennedy then performed the ceremony of laying the otnno . The stone contained the following inscription: "This stone was laid bv Rt. Rev. Dr. Dviinie, D.D., on May 22, 1910." The pro oeedingH were witnessed by a large o mo.onrao of "po'iplo, ii>clndii g many membors sf othei denominations. After the ceremony of loving the foundation stone, the Bishop.inudu a few remarks. He s»iil that as Fathers O'Konn'-dy and T)>rnn are mo-t /iirilant pastors, L am sum most of those y.roBHiit. have been nlrendy inter viewed-in the delicate mattnr of patt ing with a little money. Still there' nv*y be Rome who were too timid to he present, lit tlie time of the collno lions. If there are a...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Convent. Laying Foundation Stone. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

? New Convent. Laying Foundation Stone. „ On: Sunday last the J5ight Rev. Dr. Dunne, Bishop of Bathurst, laid the foundation stone of the now Convent to be ereotbd at Canowindra. The build ing will bo two-story, and will coat about £1400. Tlio subscriptions pro mised towards the work total £1110. At the 11 o'clock Mass, which was celebrated by the Bishop, there was on exceptionally largo congregation, the Church being pcarcely large enough to accommodato all thoso present. The Bishop gave a splendid dis course appropriate of the occasion. He took for his text words from the Gospel: "Go ye therefore, teach all nations, etc." He said, — Having de livered the message of salvation to His people and finished the work of the world's redemption it was meet, an Ho Himself expressed it, that our Lord having suffered, He should obtain the recompense of ' His labors and enter into everlasting glory. As the propagation of His holy religion,; however, had but just commenced, and as Ho intended t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Interesting Gloeanings from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

tntorestlng QlsanlnfS from Vai'toui Sources. v?f. Tlio most wo'.ldfrrtul book In tha world is ' one which ia n6itbor nrUttm nor printed, but has every worn eut Into Its pagvB. These p:>g'.'S r.ra iutevieaved wlih bluo {viwr, and, *s ovory letter is jisrfoatly foriEM, the book I is as easy to I'Mid ts if It wr.ro pririt'-d. The bcomwoy witU whioli Ib'j work ib done makes it~3oeii! aa if i> were dons by machinery, yet every character was u.adf. by baud. The labour and patience required (or this her culean task' may bo imnginod. 'ihu book, wiiioti is very old, Is entitled " The Passion ol Christ.," and it was a euriosity bo long ago as 1810. It belongs to the family of the PwncR do ijignu, and is now in France. The Aim ol elAVfti) thousand ducats was offered for it by lindolph XI of Germany. . ■ - ■ ■ ■ • • * . The Japanese divide tlio twenty-four hour# into twelve poriods, of which sir buloi.-g to i.'O mitiit and-sis to the day, tlioir day; bo "iiiniii" at '.'sunrise and ending ...

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

*S?TBR VII. L""*usr- ■ - ciiaf : \t«E TXQtJKS^ ~i rT T>w.VF.1,ATI0N AT^-riaj ^ al-OT. To say that Deerham waaruafohr dist.urbc.d from its equanimity ; that, petty animosities, whether concerning Mr Roy andthoDaw-. sons or other contending -spirits, were lost sight oi, hushed to rcst in the absorbing calamity which had overtaken Rachel to say that occupations wore partially sus pended, that there ensued a glo rious interim of idleness, for the female portion of it;—of conferences in guttersai do llectings lnhoiiseF.; to say that Kachel was sincerely mourned, old Frost sympathised with, and the supposed assailant vigorously sought after, would be sufficient to indicate that public curiosity was excited to a high pitch ;; but all this was as nothing compared to the excitement that was to ensue upon the evidence g'lven at the coroner's inquest. . In the absence of any certain data to go upon, Deorliam had been contont to talco .uncertain data and to come to^ts own con clusions. Dccrh...

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

The vital trade centre. ' The arena of ccanolesa activity. The unfailing index t»f the country's condition. The bees that make the honey. The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. The Farmers' and Growers' best friend." c;n,1«°ul. Pigs, Calves, Maize and othev F&BSS PRODUCE to Geo. Wells <& Smith, Corporation^ Sa^ , established 1860. Rkfeiusnck : BANK of N.S.W., Wkstbhk Branch For Top Prices and Prompt Payments Ship your MAIZE POMTOES TO J. Jones & Co. Ltd. COMMISSION AGENTS 233 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY W* Supply all classes of Produce at Lowest Current Ratos. Best Backs Only suppli'tf Bankers: COMMERCIAL BANKING 00. OF SYDNEY (Haymarket Branch) THE MACRAK COMPANY, MARKET WHARF, SYDNEY, Auctioneers and General (Commission Hgents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Wheaten Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard, Oatf, Wheat and Straw always on hand at lowest possible prices. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. rROWFRC; | Sb'P a" y°ur maize, hay, oats, chaff ...

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

COMING SNAKES. Most men like women in ciiiiie plain, .simple clnlhe.si i snpP"n.v on ■the whole, more conquests-have .'been nnule by girls in simple, white frocks Llian have over been made by those in elaborate confections: and a gar den hat well ma mi ged, however. old it ■ may be, or, better still, tho snn bonnet,' which is said to l'.e coming back to favor, can be made a most dangerous snare. -"The World."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAMOUS TRAIN. THE WEST COAST DINER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

A FAMOUS TRAIN. THE: WEST COAST DINER.. Time was, and not so■ very long ago either, when to ask the question Mhich was the •' crack", train of :*thu Loudon and North-WcsUsm Kailway ■ whs anticipate the reply as a fore 1 gone conclusion—the ■ Wild Irish man.!' . : ' : , ' i ! But, the glories- <rf-'the-•Irish mail, cithci- as:.a flyer or a non-stop run-.. | ner, 'have been altogether eclipsed. I The competition for the Scotch passenger trallic is entiroly the cause j of this. There is only one royal mail route from .London to Dublin ; there ' arc three: (,o']3dinburgh. ! ! .-.Tho. ■;'Xiqadon-- -and North-Western ' Company-occupy. a positiion with re- I I giirtl to. their train services which ' .very few .other- companies in -the ' . kingdom-can; boast. Askod'for the''I i-purpose of this series, which , was re-;/ gartlec) asthcir ■' crack*' express at ) the present day, the following reply j was made :-— " ; - ' : -' | i 1 hero are so many ' crack' cx : presses depaHing fro...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRANCE AND THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

FRANCE AND THE KING. • •King- ;13dward is exlri'irioly plcnsor, with the discreet wny t-i which tlu ' newspupoi's have spoken of his visit not cxriKKd'atinu; any part of it from ,ft political point of -.view. I ord Lnns ■downe iind M. Uiunbon will have con jvcrsntions in London, 'in which llu i ideas exchanged between King Kd 'word mid; President.-. I.ntil.ei nnd'M .T)elcnssr> re^nnliiiK nlTiiiiK In Mom.-. will bp usefully developed. -''Echo il; [Parla.'i

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

STRANGE MISTAKES. j'. When- tho Matabcle first saw a locomotive engine at Bulawayo, that ancient fortress of ^Ugatoenism, they declared that it was a largo .anlmaf^y.WGlT^'J-A5\_ Arc; that .it hated work • r-o'r else why did it s^cfcnuT »;e/Pre. It moved?— •and that it suffered badly from maiartoiyPVl not, the white docto'r pour medicine int£^ M whenever . it groaned? Ml "When the Pigmy bushmen first saw ox~ waggoris they noticed that some were large nud somo.small; they came to the conclusion ;that the email waggons were tho daughters of tho large. This seems grotesque and absurd until one remembers that when they had prc .viously noted the spoor of the waggons in tho Band thoy at oncc decided that these could only have been caused by animals, for they • had never, seen any spoor marks except those left by animals. And if tho waggons were animals, why should not the small ones be children, of the large? * • More laughable still is the incident which happened in another tribe. • Whe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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LONDON. AND HER VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

LONDON. AND HER VISITORS. "An Onlooker" writes In the "West minster Gazette":— Is London doing Its duty as host to the crowds of foreign visitors? Never were so many from the Continent and from America in town at this season. Their sneech is hoard in the streets, their presence is evident at all "the places of interest." Germans and French, as well as Americans, have dis covered London. What is London doing to show its welcome, and to lay down those memories of courtesy and consi deration which, in times of mutual mis understanding, are of more value than many soldiers? The visitors are, it may bo said, free to make themselves at home. They may go where they choose without official interference. The "sights" are all open, and there are guides waiting to be hired! But they meet few signs of welcome, or even of preparation for their coming. The galleries, indeed, sometimes have a look of being given over to the cleaner, and in the Abbey there is no music. Nowhere is there obvious Info...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SECURING FERTILITY IN EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 27 May 1910

SECURING FERTILITY IN EGGS. ;j Officials of the Department of Agricui ; euro have been collecting data regarding , the factors which affect the .fertility of eggs (says the "Prairie Farmer"), this question having been carefully studied at a number of the experiment stations In the United States and elsewhere, j Excessive warm quarters for laying ; stock, and overfeeding, are commonly | believed to exercise an unfavorable in ■ fiuence on egg fertility, as well as docs Q cold season. The way eggs are han | died or stored Is also believed to affect | the proportion which will hatch, as well , as do also the conditions under which i incubation occurs. j The vigor and character of the parenfl ! stock, ond the icngth of time the rrialo j bird has been with the" flock, are also important questions with respect to egg | fertility. . At the outset, it should be I pointed out that fertility and "liatcha i blllty" are not necessarily identical, j An egg may bo fertile, and still the germ does ...

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