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LOOTED GOLD MINES. A SERIES OF ROBBERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

I/OOTED GOLD MINES. Jk SERIES OF ROBBERIES. 'A series of amazing robberies are- re ported from Nevada, where a hundred miners in the g'oldfields have been loot Ins several mines • and stealing large quantities ol high-grade ore. The mines have recently been yielding enormous quantities of very rich ore- As labor is'scarce the mineowners, although cognisant of numerous ore thefts, over looked them because the leases of the property were about to expire. The thieving workmen were therefore retained-, with orders to get out as much ore as, possible before the expiration of the leases. The thefts grew more and more extra vagant, however. The workmen com bined, and shipped large consignments of stolen ore to a smelting works at San Francisco. Finally the' mineowners de cided to Interfere, and one shipment, valued at Xi25,000, was -stopped at Rono, California, foi; the purpose of malting a test case. It is claimed that the miners have made not less than L1000 a month each by stealing ore,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

The FLOWER GARDEN. The best of the flower garden has been seen for this season. There is Still n variety of blooms, but the Weather has had a damaging effect on the general appearance and attrac tiveness of nearly all the gardens, ftoses have gone for the time. Car tiations are going oft, and sweet peas are pedding rapidly. ' There has not been so much mildew ic rose trees as usual, but thero f ^ still time ior it to put in an ap pcai ancc. A remedy fcr this disfigur ing fungus, and one that is in use in inost of the European gardens and fo.saries, is that known ns the Weber Solution. It is made as follows pissolve 21t of sulphate of copper in 24 quarts of water, then add 41b of Blnckod lime and 21b of flowers of sulphur. Boil these together from forty to fifty minutes, keeping them Stirred almost continuously. This 'makes a yellowish-green liquid, and aiio quart of it is sufficient for ten quarts of rain water. This should be ®pi'nyed on the bushes in the evening v <vith...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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VERNERS'S PRIDE... (Illustrated by Harold Piffard.) CHAPTER VII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Pride ... BY MRS. HENRY WOOD. (Illustrated by Harold Piffard.) CHAPTER VII.—{Continued). Or rather, the command of'Mr. Vomer-—a command which John could not conveniently disobey had he wished. He had won over Mr. -Verner to promise him a sub stantial sum, to " set him up," 'as he phrased it, in Australia ; and that sum was not yet handed to him'.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE KITCMEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

IfeALli THE KITCMEN GARDEN. ®.Hho we-ather laat week was ' very ^in-c cn growing vegetables, and will require almost constant at ejiou. Their cultivation, in the shorn areas is now almost im 0:ihle, and .in tlie cooler districts ill Lie necessary "to keep the sur ' soil' ' well stirred and watered, ■nto, cucumber, and melon plants "rfd be watered evgry evening.' If Inn be avoided - this work had a'r not lie done during the day,' iiV plants aro liable to be seriously^' Jfcd tlirough it^. Where the c'on are favorable succe&sional sowihgtf-"i£ud- plantings of all summer vegotnblea may still be made. It is rather late to do anything further with peas, but French beans may still be put in .with every, prospect of success. They. should be mulchaj with good, strong manure, and wlien .growth", becomes active keep them moving with liberal supplies of water. The stumps ofthe cabbages and cauliflowers should be dug out as boch as. .the vegetables ore .cut, and the ground should be prep...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CHAPTER VIII. ROBIN'S VOW. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

CHAPTER VIII. Robin's Vow. The revelation at the inquest had affected Mr. Verner in no measured degree, greatly increasing, for the time, his bodily ailments, He gave orders to be denied to all callers ; be could not bear the comments that would bo mado. An -angry, feverish desire to find out who had played the traitor grew strong within him. In nocent, pretty, child-like Rachel! who was it that had set himself, in his wickedness, deliberately to destroy her?' Mr. Verner now deemed it more than likely that she had been the author of her own death. It was of course impossible to tell: but he dwelt on that part of the tragedy less than on tho other. The one injury was uncertain ; the other was a fact. \V hat rendered it all the more obscure was tho absence of any pre vious ground of suspicion. Rachel had never been observed to be on terms of intimacy with ' anyone, i Luke Roy had been anxious to court her, as Vomer's Pride knew; but Rachel had utterly repudiated the wish. Luke it was ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE GARDEN. THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

THE GARDEN. THE ORCHARD. The early summer fruits have come on rapidly since last week's heat, and the greatest care will need to be exercised in handling the crop. ?V'»g to an excess of moisture dur ing the spring the fruit is 59ft. Speaking generally, the returns in most districts are up to expectations, and the quality of the fruit that has already been gathered is above the average. It is also cleaner and freer from disease than is sometimes the case with orchard pruduca at this time of the year. In some parts o£ ' the State the stone fruits, such as apricots and poaches, were seriouoly ' injured by frosts which occurred two month agp. Fortunately, this severe ' and unseasonable weather was not general, otherwise the fruit • crops mentioned would have been a com plete failure. • The Castlemaine and Bendigo districts appear to have suf fered • most, and the returns from those places will bo small in con e. quence. Apricots and poaches have 1 been well suited by the weather in the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE PARSON AND THE PAGEANT A VERSATILE VICAR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

THE PARSON AND THE PAGEANT A VERSATILE VICAR. I . ;The. Rov. Forbos iniillips, Vicar of ' Gorleston, has been fired by the suc cess of the many pageants which have been promoted in lingland (hiv ing the last summer,*.. and? has de cided to organise and write one for Gorleston, so that that progressive •district' will have nothing to re proach itself with in the future. The writing of the pageant should be 'child's play ./to -.the '"versatile-.Vicar,. • • for he has already, given the stage tragedy,, comedy, melodrama, and pantomime. The Vicar, who seems to be the English equivalent--..of Father O'Flynn, is one of. the most delightful of characters, who has done much to contribute to the . gaiety of nations. He represents the very acme of broadniindedness, an attitude which has done more' for his (lock at Gorleston than people at first sight might imagine. His' bro ther ■ is Mr Stephen Phillips, the poet-dramatist, who at one, time < acted in Mr F. 11. Benson's company, an...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANOWINDRA RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

CANOWiNDRA RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. Mr Waddel has heen advised by thn Deputy Ohiof fjummitsioner for Railways that the following'time-fablo will bo observed when the railway from Oowra to Ouixuvindrn is opened. The tituos are approximate aud euh jpot to wlight modification subse quently :— A., Mixed. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. am. Oowra .. .. dop. 7.'20 Oowra West' G •nlogan Bi>Hiiiario Bangarno, Oanowindra .. arrive 8.50 B. ■ Mixed. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Oanowindra .. ., dep. 4.0 Rin^nroo .. ,, a Hollmiiiie ... .. a Qlpnlojjfun .. .. a Co iv ra West .. .. a Cowra • • ' arrive 5 25 A.—-Connecting: service from Sydney by mail train leaving Sydney at 7 p.m. on Sundays, and 7 30"p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. B.—Connect at Ouwra with 6 p.m. mixed ■ frainnd from Oowrn, find at Blnyney with 8 40 p.m. mail ex Orange, and arrive Sydney at 5.40 . a.m. next day.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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UNRULY SUNDAY SCHOOL. MUTINOUS CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

UNRULY-'' SUNDAY SCHOOL. MUTINOUS CHILDREN. Owing to what is described as the continuous IkuI behavior of some of the children, the - rector of Ivingscliffo, Northants, the Rev. H. Amherst Orle bar, has found it necessary to close the church Sunday school. Interviewed by a "Daily Mail'Vre'pre sentative on 23rd September, Mr Orlebar said that on the last occasion on which the school was open (15th September) the behavior of the older children was more like that of the offspring of wild., heathen than of Christian parents. Un til he could see his way to reorganise the school he should keep the doors closed. He preferred no school at all to a babel. "Many parents," said the rector, "are much to blame for the closure of the school. They Insist on taking their chil dren's part against their teachers." Miss Orlebar, one of the teachers of the older children, said that some of her pupils flatly refused to listen, and turned their backs on her. While admitting that their behavior was wrong,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Saturday & $3or»£§ay, June 4th and 6th. 11 HARRY SALMON'S Dramatic Company and Specialty Company, Headed by Harry Salmon, the Fun Doctor, and Elsie Norm, Mezzi Soprano ComoiJy and Dramatic Ar ticle, and supported by the following sterling tale"t -.—Will Chnpo, Ven triloquist and Mfroic, in high-class and rpfined sppcialty Acta Eilc the Oharminy; Soubr<*te Oitrini, Lightning Sffttch Trick Piano Manilul.i Phillips, Euctitric Male TniporHonator clover child aetrosa artisfo ; Roland Reis, and Eccontric Dancer ; PL and others. Pathos, Humour and ljfefineS PrioeB—3/-. '2/- and 1/ EALPH NATTBJ Touring Manager. Si\ D. J. NOONAN, Candidate for Rele'ction to oppose Mr. Waddell, I Will Addr«s* the/ Mejnbovs of the I Labour ]>ngl Tuesday, "PHftJ^tONTHLY MEETING of lOomrruUee will be h on TupsdijA J/Ipb, at 8 p.m. ihoi/T ijf Id the Schn /M. J. FINN, Hon. Si* -'the 8 "THE MONTHLY MEETING of 1 ;ba| School of Arts Committee wi!8.15| held ou jfyvedpytpfi!U June, ati ■ P" ' ...

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Presentation to Mr J J Finn [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Presentation to SVIr J J Finn A pleasant function took place iu the local hall oil Monday evening last, the occasion being a social and presen tation to Mr J. J. Finn by the ladies of the Canowindra district in apprecia tion of his good work while filling the responsible position of secretary of the Canowindra P A. and H. Association. There was a representative gather ing of over 60 people. The h*ll was specially prepared for the occasion, the stage beiug neatly decorated, and the words "Diuna Forget" caught the eye immediately oa entering. The social part of the function consisted of dancing, singing, and recitations. During an interval, Mr 0. L. Mc Donagh, who had oharge of proceed; ings, and arranged a splendid even ing's amusement admirably, stated the object of the gathering, viz., the making of a presentation to Mr J. J. Finn by the ladies. He said Mr Finn ought to feel fery proud to be honored by the ladies taking charge of him in this way. He then called on Mr W. H. Traves, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

I Money in Tallow 1 - Just 'think of it, Mr. Farmer, ynu can t;ot 8/- for a Korosnne Tin full, nt the Oowra Soap Works, Briflbano St. Empty tins given away in any quan tity.*

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Showground Amalgamation. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Showground Amalgamation. On Saturday laat Mr. W M Thoinim, Acting Dixtriot Surveyor, Orange, mot representative* of ih<> local P. A., and H. Assooiutiori Committee and the Jockey Oiub Committee, regarding the proposal to amnlty.unate the two grounds on tho same ii>,es ns whs done at Oowra. Tho.so representing , tho two .bodies wero :—• Vf .isth.-'J.1 J Finn, (5- Grunt, IJr. Onbi I, J. F.>l«y, (}. \To Djuagli, E M I''iui), Tho». Murray, Clias. Ruo, John Hoj'd, W GUrko, V. Blatchfoid, Oban. Avchor, Jus. Rue, Q Niuvmuu, Judoph Jones, ami' M,.J . ■ Finn.. ' In reply to a question from'Mr. Th'tna*. it w*s etat'-d that all pr«s»ut wore a^reeablo for tlio .mulg iniut.iou providing , the G-ovor untune allowed reasonable co'iipeiMation. "for • the pre-ent ah nvg;oun;l. Mr, . Thomuv »nid he ugreed ..with them that niruliramatioi) was a very go id thing Iii regard' to the amal gamation <C Oowra he said that the ill'j w pp i^le wore conipmiiatud to the ttxtH it &g...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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COWRA DISTRICT RUGBY FOOTBALL COMPETITION. FIRST ROUND OF FIXTURES. 29th May. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

COWRA. DISTRICT UUGBYFOOTBALL COMPETITION. FIRST BOUND OF FIXTURES. • *",29f.h.arav. Lyudhur^t v.-Woodstock; afrWondatuck;' -% ItovorM v Our Boys, at Crttiowiudra. Federals v Waratahs, at Cowca. Juno oth. Rovera x Federals, at Cauowitidra. Woodstock v Wiirn talis, at. Cowra. Lyndhurgfc y Our Boy.®, at Woodstock. .Tiuio 12th. Lyndhurst v Waratahs, at Lyndhurat. Federals v Our Boys,-at Cuwra. Rovers v Woodstock, nt *\\ oodstoek. June 19th. Lyndlmrst v Federals, at Lyndhurst. Woodstock v Our B >ys, at Canowiudra. Ruver« v Waratahs. at Cowra.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd, Capital Paid Up.. £1,500,000 0 0 Reserve Fund .. £1,340,000 0 0 Heeorvh Capital £1,500,000 0 0 £4,340,000 0 0 Liberal Advances Made on Ap proved Securities. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at Interest. All Usual Banking Business Trans yaCBLA.TCHF01{D, Manager Canowindra Branch. 18/1/99 E Mr. Horace Jones, Dentist, (Formerly of Macquarie St., Sydney). Consultation Hours at the Canowindra Pharmacy 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. week days. 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. JONES SURGEON :: DENTIST, & & COWRA, & & Will visit Canowindra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Date of Next Visit, 4th and 6th JUNE. E. M FJNN, SOLICITOR and Commissioner for Affidavits, Canowindra. The Junction Hotel Under its New Management. M I. COONEY, /(Late of Imperial Hotel, Mudgee). —will still remain — - - 1 HE HOTEL - - •At which the best o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Football [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Football .Oil Sunday liint the Oar Boj's do f.mted the liiivers }>v 13 to 6. Tim Our Bnvs rwnt Tjvndhurst n> Woodstock on Sunday, and the Rovers and Federals play on the local grouud. A team from the following will piny ■Lvu'dhurst at. Woodstock on Sunday npxt. Oua<ih Iphvhh nt 8.30 Sharp, Murray (2), Robinson, £K»nny, Hall, Oartuan, ■ gT-uyoe (2), Boyd, Run, Thompson,' Atkiuson, Crowe, Sargent. Gilchrist, McDonald (2), and T. Finn. - A t«arn from the- following wili rpprfltiunt lite .l uuior Our Boys against Woodstock oir Sunday next:— 8. JoyoOj " Webb ('2), L. Robinson, 8. TSordaiy .8 Kirklaiid, J Coghlan, -H (Vii'iun, T Fnuvj P Ousuck, Rice (-2), .J Diilauoy,' P ile .nuasy,'S Newtou, D McDonald,, J lltunbs, W Sullivan, and TvJ'I'aTvoi'snn. Mandurarna dofsatfid Woodstock on Sunday last by 3 points to nil. frim ,,tner scored a try for the winners.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910. Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

TITB CANOWINDRA STAR Fubllshad Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910. JLocal Topics. ■"yesterday morning Tommy Cast.los, • fi-y-ee.lv/iiJ son of Mr J of Canowindra, met with a pu.ii-ful ac cident by upsetting a bucket of ;hoil- j ing water on his legs and hands, which were ''badly scalded. Dr On hi!!, who jvaa jsullud in, attended to the Injuries, Mr D J Noonan. a candidate for the Labor selection to contest Urn B°lnbula seat, is to address a mooting' Bt>Cari<>windra n<>xt. Tuesday evening. Mr Noonan is a well-known landowner in the Millthorpe district. Snme time ago" a motion wan carried "by the Boree shire council to huvo Canowindra declared an Urban Aipu, but although this in some considerable .tiirie ago we have since hoard nothing ju referrnce to the matter. Examinations fur High School fiehol/ir«hi[iH were conducted at the local public school yesterday, anil will be continued again this morning. •*rho' only candidate is Muster Reginald I^ash, from...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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'Daffodil' Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

' Daffodil5 Dance. The first of a series of ' Daffodil' dances, arranged to bo heid once a month during tho dancing season, took place iu the Loal hall on Wed nesday night last, when about 40 couples were presont. The hall wits nicely decorated. the stage portion being mnde to resemble a drawing room. The decorations were carried out by the committee, assisted bv Miss Little aiid Messrs Plummer, Harold lioydand W Olark, and they desnrve every praise for the pleasing effect produced. Mr T ^Murray acted ah M.O., and the muMC was supplied by various persons During; .the evening appreciative songs were rendered by -'Mrs Hnllin :n and Mr. Leo Finn. Light refresh ments were provided by the ladies, and other expenses wore defrayed by the gentleni'Ti. . "The committee of management are :—Mrs Geo Peek (Secretary), Miss G Boyd, nnd Mo»srn T Murray and P Jv-miy. Judging by rhh .^uccesd of Wednesday night, the " D.i(f'id]l"'Vjnncefl [iromise to become very popular. The now piano was installed f...

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The Viennese Optician [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

The Viennese Optician MR. S. A. BARSER'S many local patrona will be glad to learn that this well-known I Viennese and Loudon Gphthulmis; Optician I and Spectacle Maker, of Challin House, No. \ 10, third floor, Martin Place, Sydney, will ! pay Canowindra liis usual periodical visit ou Monday and Tuesday, May '20th and 21 th, 1910, and maybe consulted at Hoyd'n Vic toria JJofeir Ourffrps-^trip round the world Mr, Banner visited t.horenJtW£L,Rd optical collo Pe.1*of London, Now York, VitmHa^Berlin and 5re*dei), from each of which holds 'credentials, and in al«o a qualified masteF-pf the British Optical Association. All defectV of the sight corrected, and glaascH wpecially adapted for ocular headache#. Tone sight tented with the latest invented instrument. Consultation free of charge. Mr. Basser may he cousulted in peison, bo as to guaran tee the best result. No travelling agentH employed. Sole agent for the "SoEany" rirnlesa glaasen. —0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

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