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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
[ Local Topics. The navvies have been'faring well lately for- free beer. When the first engine readied the Belubula bridge Mr. Guoney rolled down a free cask, and the eaine thing was done by Mr. J. Kbit when the engiue crossed to the town side, while Mr. Boyd's turn with a free cask came on Saturday, when the " iron horse" steamed into the local railway yard for the first time. Mr. P. Flanagan, of Orange, um pired the football match between the local Our Boys and Rovers on Sunday last, and it is doubtful if any man in the State could have o(R ;ialed better, j An unusual site—witnessing a train steaming into Canowiiidra on Sunday last. The Sun, Moon, Stars, and TTalley's Comet may go wrong, but Newman's Watches at 3s 1 Id keep right for ever.* At a meeting of the local Jockey Club, held on Thursday evening of la«t week, it was decided to hold the next race meeting on the Thursday after the Cauowiirdra show. -A pro gramme has yet'to-bo arranged.).. The -Molong " Argus" states that the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
-CANOWINDRA STORES ! We have Just Opened our First Shipment of Winter Drapery A large stock of Dresses, Clothing, Flannel, Blousings, Rugs, Blankets, &c. We carry the largest and best assorted stock in the district, and prices to suit all pockets. T. J. Finn.——— 9 STANDARD-iLES AND STOUTS - bulk AND BOTTLED. BREWED FRO21 TEE FINEST SELECTED MATERIALS. [The Australian Brewery. Brewers,'Bottlers, cordial and JErated Water Manufacturers. -he Drink of the Season— SHANDY GAFF —King of Non-Alcoholic Try it. C. J. DERWIN, PROPRIETOR, CARCOAR, COWRA AND CAN0W1NDRA. The Shop for Hot Pies and Coffee. D. HALLINAN'S :ntral refreshment rooms. HERE THE BEST FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY CAN BE PROCURED. yon want a good Book-J odiIo&lt;51W$kase 'on" from * aekUp^T >Soii ;n3Jhe Up-to-date' Newsagent &lt;to, cucun|i ci be i? Agent for Daily Papers, ^^'loS^^'linTOiiOCiil Paper. sgir^lrlaortment of Stationery and Smokers' Requisites always on hand. S LEAHEY, \ Main-street, - Carc...
State Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
State Elections. Mr. J. J. Webster, the secretary of the Yass branch of the P L L., and who is one of the candidates for selec j tion in the Labor interest to contest the Belubula Beat at the forthcoming elections, addressed a meeting; from the balcony of Mr. Boyd's Hotel on Monday night. Miv P. Kennv. secretary of the local League, occupied the chair, and in introducing tuo spomcer, said he came b"fore them highly recommended us one well qualified to fill the position he sought. ' \ Mr. Webster, who was well receiv ed, said that on the Laborites through out, the electorate there devolved the duty of selecting the candidate, who was to carry the bannor of Labor against the strongly entrenched sitting member. The machinery for such procedure was pi'^'in motion, nomin ations had beei l0r^.d and had closed, and some nine ^tfdidates, he believed, had submittodl> their names. He thought it necessary that, in sub mitt.ing himself to them, thoy should '..know.something concerning his qu...
Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Stray Pars. A Melbourne magistrate stated on Sunday that lcoal football was degen ■crating into blackguardism. Several players and barrackern n ho appeared •before him for tuffianism on Saturday TOW iheavily fined. In reply to * statement that many &lt;of the police vrorked & deal of over time without pay, Mr. Garvin said, ''Though eight hours s day was the ordinary working time of the police, ■when pub!)o interest required they must do nxtra work (viihiiut extra pay. "They have thundering good billets," said the Inspector General, "and there are hundreds of men pre pared to join the serrice." Mr 0 J Hazelton, who was recently promoted to the position of manager of the branch of the Bank of New South "Wales at Eugowra, was on Saturday last presented with a hand some medal, suitably inscribed, fiom the members of the Forbes F. and S. Association in recognition of his ser vices to that body. The election of four directors to the Forbes Pastures Protection Board, which ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
"CLEMENTS TONIC" has no equal More strength, energy, and happiness result from the use ot Clements Tonic each year as It .becomes more largely need. Anyone suffering from functional nervo trouble will find this remedy relieves naturally any nervous disorder. It Is long-tried and well-tried for over 35 years. It still remains the standard Australian nerve and blood medicine. Remember, you can't feel healthy so long as you are a martyr to ln«k -of nervous energy, doe to stomach Jflr liver derangement. Clements Tonic picks you up by putting your digestive organs Into a state of healthy activity. Read the testimony below from one' of Sydney's best known bi/sinetB men, who cannot speak too highly otthiB remedy. Mr. Goodman'is known throughout Australia. CLEMENTS rONIC, LTD. "I consider It * duty to inform the theatrical profession, of which I am a member, and the public generally, of the medicinal value of the great remedy for impaired nerves—Clements Tonic. I have used it with great ben...
HIS SOLITARY VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
HIS SOLITARY' VICTIM; •: General Wheeler ana"a number of his colleagues in the service were once swap ■pinfr war stories, when "Little Joe" was reminded of one that he had heard not long before. "-v ' A friend- of a; veteran of the Union ■ forces once asked whether the'latter, in his term of service in the civil war, had ever killed a.man.: The old soldier hesi tated a,moment, and then said: "Well, I think that about the only one - was a Confederate at the first battle of Bull iiule. Tou see, I was footing it in a startling way, and the reb chased me for something over a distance of ten miles; then he dropped dead from ex haustlon." -"Indianapolis Star."
Promotion. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Promotion. Constable Euffl;»g, who hns been statioued ia Canowindra for eiimn years, has just received notice of his promotion io take charge of theGoolri gong police station, v;ce Senior-Con siable Trucey, who has been trans ferred to Mundooran, near (iilgandra. During his term in Ounowindra Con stable Ruffles earned the goodwill of nil law-abiding citizens, who, although sorry to hear of his removal, will be pleased to learn of his well-d^aerved promotion. Although he never shirked his duties, Constable Knffle* was not by any means an olKoious officer, and always had the happy knack of carrying out disagreeable dutii-s in the Wst offensive way. He leaves for his new post t'i-d.iy, and wo hope this is but the commencement of rapid promotion in the service for him.
JOURNALISTS' CONGRESS. APPEAL FOR FEWER SUNDAY MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
JOURNALISTS' CONGRESS. APPEAL FOR FEWER SUNDAY MEETINGS. - About 350 delegates were present at the twenty-eighth conference of the In stitute of Journalists which was opened at Scarborough on. 16th September. ./A deputation of German journalists at tended at the invitation of the Presi dent (Sir Frederick Wilson) and the council. At the* meeting of the council in the morning Mr. Holland, Manchester, drew . attention to the large and increasing number of Sunday meetings. He moved that the districts be recommended to take steps to bring about a reduction of such engagements by communicating with the organisations responsible for them, and pointing out the hardship of journalists being frequently called upon to work seven days a week. • Sir Edward Russell, who disapproved, said the world did not stand still on Sunday, and the business of newspapers: was to tell the world on Monday what happened on Sunday. If they discour aged Sunday work it would have, the effect of reducing, what was ...
GOOLAGONG RACES [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
GOOLAQONQ RACES The Goolagoug Jockey Club's annual race meeting took place on Friday last in the presence of about 500 people, many of whom came from Canowindra, Cowra, Forbes and Kugowra, and other centres. The racing was fairly good, ftnd the arrangements were well carried out by the committee. Mr Heydon had charge of the publican's bootli, and did great business. Following are the results: — Trial Handicap—Allen (J. McHugh) 1, Othone 2, Eileen 3. First Hack-Race—Boomerand (J, Mc Hugh) I, Idiot 2, Moonlight 3. — Goolagons Handicap — Othone (A. Price) 1, Lady Alice 2, Allen 3. Second Hack K.ace—Snifter (O'Leary) 1, St. Etienne 2, Boomerang 3. ■ , Farewell Handicap — Moonlight (J. Morgan), 6.7, 1; Lady Alice, 8.0, 2; Eileen, 9.5, 3.
THE ACTOR'S DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
THE ACTOR'S DUTY. ! True lovers of Imaginative drama tli> not want "actors anil actresses to got between them and the poet. They do not want the poet's meaning "inter preted" to them by fourth-class intel lects. They are quite capable of doing, the interpretation themselves if only the performers will play their parts straightforwardly, sincerely, with wcll , trained voice and gesture, and without ■ any other aim than to let the spectator I hear what the poot has to say. -n. Hamilton Fyfo, in "The World. | If every man's sins were vvrlttw: on Ills forehead we should all www f-n: lint very low, says Mr W. H. im Strong.
THE GERMAN ARMY. GOOD POINTS AND BAD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
GERMAN ARMY. GOOD POINTS AND BAD. Avant" wites in the "Daily Mail of 18th September :—'■ _ Wo have heard so much lately in Ii.nglnnd about Continental armies, and mora especially have wo heard unfavorable comparisons made be tween the Armies of foreign nations and our own, that this impression— and it is but an impression—from a spectator at tho German manoeuvres may not b'c devoid of interest to the •British public. First and foremost, what strikes the -observer most is tho innate thoroughness, due in no small degree to the national temperament, with which the Germans have dealt with affairs military. In Berlin tho Trea sury does not. appear to reign .supreme, as is unfortunately the ease in London. These things which the great military authorities deem necessary for tho efficiency of the Army, are forthcoming irrespective of iprice ; \ thero are 110 makeshifts, no fsad hiatuses which are' left to bo made good ; at: tho last minute, be cause; .forsooth, thero is " no money" to pay,...
STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE. "FIGHTING BOB" GOES TO CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
■ STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE "FIGHTING BOB" GOES TO CHURCH. abon n!? ,., '!115' religious stories told II,pv « Bob Evans, but now say on the best authority that re cently Admiral Fighting Bob was the cause of some unpleasantness in St. homas'. When the admiral arrived in the church a bit early on Sunday fore noon he found only two or three worship pers ahead of him scattered about the nf°^Ior' ai1cl 80 he picked a good, comfortably cushioned pew a few rows 10m the chancel. Scarcely had he sunk back against the cushions when the banker who owns the pew bustled up the isle but halted in chagrin when he saw , e 'nterl°P°r- The pew owner stamped rear of tho churcl» and, after scribbling on his card, sent an usher with the note that said; "Do you realise, sir, that you are oc cupying a pere for which I pay 1500 dols. a year? The Admiral fingered the card with a smile of amusement. Then he pulled out | :1® own card and wrote: it s an exceI,ent pew, but you're damn much for it." And all alone th...
Lockwood Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Lockwoofi Debating Society. A meeting of the above wn* h«ld in Lock wood Hall on Wednesday even ing, 25th May. PresentMessrs. W. J. Moore. (President),, A. : Mc Donald, F. E. Graven, S McDonald, F. Weusley, B. Barns, S. Nash, G. A. nnd D. Grimshaw, J. Fliedner, 8. Fliodner, W. Godfrey, \V. Davidson; F. Bassett, and Misses M. Smith and IS. Moore. After the usual preliminary business was gone through, tliu dohare for the evening, ' 8-Hour System in Farming,', was opened by the Premier, Mr A. \V. Muir, who discoursed iit^Miiue length upon the prolit the farmer made out of the working man, and who couhl afford to pay higher wages. . He also 'favored hulf-Jioliday on Saturday. The Leader of the Opposition, Mr W. J. Moore, then spoke. He argued that the farming industry would be destroyed if the 8-ho.ur system was introduced. / The following gentlemen also spojre on the question: — Me'ssrs A Mol)onald, F 13 Graven, I? Weusley, F. Bassott; S Fliedner, S Nash, J Fliedner, W Godfrey, B Bums,...
NOT THE SAME MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
NOT THE SAME MAN. 1 Illicit distilling is not so prevalent in Judge Speer's district in southern Geor gia, as it formerly was, but it is not in frequently tho case that a distiller of "mountain dew" appears before him to have sentence passed. One such offen der recently was Joshua King, an old negro. Joshua had been caught in the act by the revalue officers, and there was nothing for him to do save plead guilty. Shambling before the bar of justice, the old negro awaited the judgment of the court. His Honor regarded the old darky for a moment, as though dell berating what punishment should be meted out to him. Then, as though his memory had finally solved a point upon ' which it had been at fault, the Judge said: "Joshua, Joshua, why, Joshua, you are the man who made the sun stand still, aren't you?" | Joshua's Biblical education, unlike that: of most darkies of his class, had been , neglected. "No, sir, Judge; please, yo' honor," ho said, "I'se da man what made tho moon shine." -"Au...
Cranbury School. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Cranbury School. The Hon T Waedell has received the following communication from the Department of-Public Instruction re the proposal to remove the Oranbury public school:—Sir,—I have the honor to inform yon that the Minister of Public Instruction has had under notice the petition presented by you from Mr D Murray and others requesting that the public school at Oranbury be removed to a more cen tral site, together with a report from the local Inspector of Schools upon the matter. In reply I have to state that while 10 families with 20 child ren in attendance are desirous of the removal of the school to another site, 12 other families with 26 children i» attendance are iD favor ui the retention of the present sit.e. It is therefore evident that the proposal so far will cause a great deal of local dH*afisft&lt;c tion. Fnither inquiry will, however, be made to ascertain whether suitable sites can be obtained for two schools instead of one. It is hoped that if the residents assi...
THE LADY AND THE ANECDOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
THE LADY AND THE ANECDOTE. Quonah Parker,' the millionaire chief of the Comanches, was discussing in Guthrie a new Indian bill. "The bill is no good," said'the'chief. "It would not have any effect. It re minds me of a young French lady In Washington. "I was dining in Washington at an Ambassador's house, and this young lady was the only female guest. An Italian Duke wanted to tell an anecdote, but he hesitated. " 'My story,' he said, 'is a very good \ one, but it ks rather low in the neck, and before the young lady ' "But she laughed and interrupted him. : "'Oh, don't mind me!' she said, 'I'll shut my eyes. Go on.' —"Philajdelpnla Bulletin."
Action By Lithgrow Priest. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Action By Lith grow Priest' Fntlifir PhnrMnri, nf Fjit]igt''iw, .linn nomiupnopfl u orusnd" r»cr>iinRt what. is j t»'rm»d ' inrlerinnt dfincinir v Tlin in- j decent dunniiif; is ft piminnlur kind of i wnUz with tho fuoos prowl t.u j g-Htli'T, At. Sundn v ' FutliP" 1 Rheridnn d^nouncd thw' f'inri nf ! dunning in vorv stroiiu: ■■tonni».urid &lt;1"- i olnred histpmoIvo to to do .nil in hiw 1 power to.put it down. Ifrn'ornb^rs nf , the cocgr«(rati'»n pai'tiripnt"d in the ' dnnon he snid thev would not he per- 1 niittud to approach the sacraments. : |
HEN BEATS A DRUG STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
HEN BEATS A DRUG STORE. Senator Bull, oC the Arkansas Senate, had just finished one of his droll stories about feeding morphine to a pointer pup, and watching him as he indulged In the ensuing antics occasioned by the opium. Representative De Rossit, known as one of the veracious men in the state, said:• "Senator, your dog reminds me of my hen. Needing quinine one day, as we often do, I mixed up an ounce of the . drug with molasses and.rolled it out into pills! Leaving the stuff to dry on the front porch,.I went into the house. "Returning, I-saw the last of my pills swallowed by my hen. "Of course, I thought her. silly head would burst'wide open. She simply commenced cackling, and has been lay ing two eggs a day ever since. And do you know, Senator, those eggs arc the best chili tonic on-.the ivarkot? One o£ them taken internally will lcnock the spots from any ^case oE -malaria in the state, and shaking ague can't stand be fore 'em an hour after they are eaten. -I keep that hen dose...
Commercial News CANOWINDRA MARKETS. Canowindra, Friday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Coimmercia! News OANOWINDRA MAEKETS. Canowindm, Friday Morning. JjJrrps, wholesale, I/O dozen. Butter, factory, 1/3 retail Bacon, ' Pineapple.' 9£d retail. Honey, garden, 5d lb. retail. Potatoes, retail, 6/6 per cwt. Onions, \vholesnln, 7/- ; retail, 8/6 Flour, local, 15/6 150 sack Bran, £6 per ton. Pollard, £6 por ton Wheat, market demoralised. Ohaff, wholesale, £3 17s 6d to £4. Maize, 3/3 to 3/6 per bushel Oats, 2/6 to 2/9 per bushel