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Farmers and Settlers' Association. EUGOWRA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Farmers and Settlers' Association. EUGOWRA BRANCH. . The annual meeting o£ the above was held on Saturday, 21st May, Mr Neil McMillan (President)in the chair. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed The Secretary then rend his annual report, iu which he gave a resume of all the work djne by the branch for the previous year, touching on the various road works, etc., dealt with by the Jomalong and Boree Shire Coun cils at tho request of the branch, and ] emphasing the need for a local repre roacntative on the Jemalong Council. The report concluded by commenting on the apathy shown by many farmers to their own organization, some look ing upon tho branch as an excellent mediator before which to bring their grievances, such as road repairs, and mail services for redress, but when these bouefits are accomplished facts, the Association is forgotten, and appa rently deompd unworthy of patronage —The report was received and adopted. The balance sheet disclosed a credit b...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cargo. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Cargo. (From our Coiresponflnnt). A matuh. between the Cargo and Cudal Kifle Clubs took place on Satur day last, resulting in a win for the latter club. R.O BAZAAR. The hazaar in aid of the funds of the TJ.O. Church, which was opened by the Rev Father Dnran in Hamil ton's hnllon Empire Night and was continued dining th'e week until Saturday night'incliiHive, has proved to be one of the most sucoessful func tions of this kind yet held in Oar^n. The total takings, together with sub scriptions total-£145. The takings on each night were as followsTuesday night (first night) £5'2, Wednesday £27, Thursday £13,- Friday £H, and Saturday night £*2G. The stall holders and assistants, who worked so bar niotii'iusly and' assiduously, are to he highly congratulated oh their efforts to bring about such u satisfac tory result, and the peopl« of Cargo generally aro to be . complimented on the success of tlie hazsar, wliiith -h iw< that the district must be in a fairly prosperous state. T...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURDETT. (From Our Correspondent.) EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

BURDETT. (From Our Correspondent.) EMPIRE DAY. Tuesday, Mny 24th (Empire Day), was celebrated by the Mognng public school with a picnic held on the ground of Mr D Doust. The children assembled nt the school at 9 30 a.m., and after forming into line marched to the ground headed by two of the senior scholars carrying a large 'Union Jack,' Each child also carried a flag. It was intended, on the children reaching the groind for theteacher to deliver an appropriate address. The address, however, had to be deferred till the evening, as the majority of adults did not arrive till later in the day. By noon, however, about 200 people hud assembled. An extensive programme of sports was carried out for both adults and children. After tea the teacher (Mr Cayzor) gave a short address. He pointed out that they were assembled to inculcate a spirit of loyalty and devotion to the Empire, particularly on the part of th6 young generation. The evolution of the Union Jack was touched upon, showing that E...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POPULAR BISHOP. DR. INGRAM'S DOINGS IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

POPULAR BISHOP. DR. INGRAM'S DOINGS IN CANADA. The Bishop o£ London's tour ol Can ada has been immensely successful, writes the "Daily Mail" Ottawa corres pondent. The bishop has achieved re markable popularity, and has received ovations.in all the larger cities he has visited. At a breakfast to which 'the bishop was entertained by eighty clergymen In Mon-, treat, and at which the Rev. Canon 3311 goode, the "Grand Old Man" of Cana dian Anglicanism, called Tor long life for the visitor, the bishop said that he was perfectly astonished at the great ness of his welconje. "I thought perhaps the bishop would turn up, and perhaps a curate who had been let off for the afternoon, with a layman or two, but to find the whole diocese turning out ito give me such a welcome has indeed warmed my heart and encouraged me." Preaching in St. George's Church,] Montreal, the Bishop said "The message of the Old. Country to Canada is short, but true. We love you and are proud of you. We feel that we are ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW STORE OF RADIUM. DISCOVERY IN SIMPLON TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

NEW STORE OF RADIUM. DISCOVERY IN SIMPLON TUNNEL. Professor Joly, who has just completed | his geological examination of the stones j and debris collected during the construc Lion o£ the Simplqn tunnel, reports (writes the "Daily Mall," of 24th Sep tember) that he has round lieh traces o£ radium indicating larger deposits than have yet been discovered elsewhere in Europe. He Believes that the existence of so much radium caused the abnormal lieat developed during the construction of the tunnel. He is continuing his researches. Although scientists believe that " ra dium, discovered by Mrao. Curie In 1902. is widely distributed over the world in minute quantities, the present principal source is tho pitchblende of .Toachlmstai, North Bavaria, where o few grains of radium occur in a ton of pitchblende. Sold in Germany at 8s a milligramme, a pound of radium, if it could be bought, would cost over 1,180,000.

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

JOHN BURNS. AMAZES GERMAN'S. From Berlin on 10th September, (lie correspondent of the London "Daily Mall" wrote:— Mr John ' Burns arrived at Essen at five o'clock last evening, and inspected the town to-day. In Essen as in Berlin he went on his tours of inspection in his comfortable lounge suit and soft felt lint, and caused constant wonderment by his simple, unofficial manner and complete lack of pretentiousness. The fact that the Eng lish Minister proceeded from .place to place in an ordinary hired cab was itself a source of wonder to the natives of Essen. Mr Burns won all hearts by his genuine, almost fatherly, interest in the workmen and the institutions for their benellt. The trade returns for South Africa during September showed a slight gene ral Improvement, but the Capo ports still lagged behind.

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

AUTOGRAPHS. A UNIQUE COLLECTION.- - The recent death at Leicester, in v1his eighty-third year, of Mr Henry Nicholson, a once famous flautist, has called-public attention to a re markable collection of autographs. Mr Nicholson was one of the flautists engaged : at "the Birmingham Musical Festival- in 1846, when Mendelssohn conducted- the first performance of Elijah. At the young musician's -^suggestion Mendelssohn inscribed his autograph in Mr Nicholson's flute case, and the great composer thus began what was destined to bo . a unique collection of the signatures of famous men and women. In his capacity as manager to' Mr Sims IVeuves, Mr- Nicholson was brought into contact with the" ■ elite •of the musical world, and he never let ..the opportunity slip of asking the grea.t artists of at least two. generations' to emulate Mendelssohnfs 'example. It was the work of years, but at last the task was finished, and the —little flute-case had been, transformed into, an - autograph casket tha...

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

Reliable Watch Repairs. If your Watch is lazy, nnd won't run, let us spur it up— we'll make it on time to a dot. Ten to one you've neglected it—lot it get dirty and rusty from lack of oil. Whatever is the reason don't delay—delays cost money and spoil tho Watch. Let us give it a thorough examination and quote you a •; price for setting it in perfect going ord>-r. It's business to have your repairs rea ly the hour we appoint and you'll find them read}', too. All Goods advertised in City Catalogues will be supplied by us at same prices. H. J. NICHOLLS, "The Reliabie Watchmaker, Jawelier & Optician," KEtMDAL ST., COWS A Removing into New Premises in Mr. Fagan's New Buildings, next to Monaghan Bros. Agents :—(Jancnvindra, Mr. W. Clark ; Woodstock, Mi«. Payne. i POWER Free from nil Breakdowns Is assured to Purchasers of the BRITISH-BUILT Embodying; all Latest Improvements !n Scientific Engineering. EVERY ENGINE GUARANTEED PERFECT, Any Farm Hand oan work tho Hornsby without tro...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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STILL YOUNG. WHEN OVER NINETY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

STILL YOUNG. WHEN OVER.NINETY..,: Wo have readied a period when we do not have to fee) old. As has ever' been the case, some of us will continue to feel old from choice, as some of us pre fer to feel poor in health, but the great majority of us will from this tlme on, thanks to our improved'mental outlook,./, insist not only when discuss ing the matter with others, but, which is more important, when discussing it with ourselves, that we are. feeling young- and well, and buoyant and con fident, and full of vigor and snap and ginger, and everything that makes for good. ; There will-be, perhaps, certain physi cal conditions which it will be difficult if not impossible for us to overcome at present, but we will overcome them in time, by simply refusing to treat them seriously when they first begin to mani fest themselves. Take, for instance, the case of Mrs Catherine Clancy, nged 04, who has just been in court here with reference to her sanity. Mrs Clancy was able to come forward and sp...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SOME DANGEROUS PROBLEMS. WHAT ENGLAND AND RUSSIA HAVE DECIDED TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

SOME DANGEROUS PROBLEMS. V '• iVHAT ENGLAND AND RUSSIA _ HAVE DECIDED TO DO. «i<o bcu r nvh ch hns j"st ,)ce" has i " EnSla,ld and Russia bfoms, in ' n&l?",e dnnEci'ous pro hof»*i'ncj , 1 y mflny formidable hog OS and make for peace. A ho terms of the treaty were an c om ni on tin"1 SePtembei- and savs c2r?i 0I1c,thcm' th° "Times" fo,M (2^>th &cptembcr) : — " The tonns of the Anglo-Russian Conven bc° Semi'Cn!),U'-'inl,CC' 011 2'lth Scptcm surn.-oflnuany m st retorsburg> ' n ' oV i t,onVontion embodies, after a short preamble, three separate lfrsrUU& 1 r°,a(UnK resI,cctiVG'y to TW ' ffl,an,stan' and Tibet. The 1 f.n agreement .starts with a de mutunn" that the two 1>owcre have tecritv y to resPect the in cegnty and independence of Persia of nivwTi;iy l'fir° Ui-° I,rcs«vation ordei thiotighout the country and its peaceful development, as well as the permanent establishment of fnfhflOppo/tUniti0S for tho trade and ndustry of all other nations...

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SYLVIA'S NEW YEAR'S PARTY THAT TERRIBLE LITTLE AMERICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

SYLVIA'S HEW YEAR'S PARTY THAT TERRIBLE LITTLE AMERICAN. By MHS GEORG1S NORMAN;..-''-.'1! Sylvia s Now Voar's/party hn/,b®^ unduly delayed owing to an opidc 1 of such festivities amcng her fnenas. " In course, we'll ask the Brown , Auntie Lil." S.vlvia hovered' behind my table, first on one foot, then on the other. ... , '* The Browns," I jotted down. , " Deal' knows!" Sylvia sigh d,.| " it's a awful resf cnsibility ha\t.n a ^ P£Tlc:"Browri^ were new friends of Sylwa <3 , the bond between them was . far to seek They were <lenu"-e - cirls of irreproachable conduct and . dowjy appearance, uitbgroaoP-, tail'i and no sfark of imagination but Sylvia has a genius for fneni - " S,"Pi'd like wo should ask; some Class. trirls" Sylvia said, after, a pause. , (She has boon go'.n- to clawsospi ] Kite) "I'd like Hector and Julie, ' what come to Catechism ; I guess th .y'd like a' change from Isic and ^'fhal; co'mc,'VI-corrected. But wh"B nre Hector arvd Julio V for any one ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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RUNAWAY MOTORISTS. LADY CYCLIST LEFT SENSELESS. UNRAVELLING A MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

< BUNA WAY MOTORISTS. LADY CYCLIST'LEFT SENSE LESS; UNRAVELLING A •MYSTERY. Mystery surrounds .the accident which has occurred to ! Miss Adlcr-: cron, of Park Lodge, Binficld, near Windsor. ' ' " Miss Adlercron left home alone on her bicycle at a-quarter to four one afternoon, and when riding, at a good pace down a hill in Tilehurst lane, a lonely spot near Binfield, she' states that a red motor-car dashed past her at a'great speed. The car struck the pedal of her bicycle, and she was thrown violently/ " Twenty minutes later she was found by a villager- lying unconscious on the road. She did not regain conscious ness until the next day, when she told her story, and the police were informed. As yet (May 22nd)' the identity of the motor-car is a mystery. Inquiry has failed to discover anyone who saw a red motorcar in Tilehurst lane at the' time of the accident. Miss Adlercron's sister .stated on Saturday that she knew nothing of the following advertisement which appeared in...

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

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THE SKY-ROCKET. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

THE SKY-ROCKET. By MADGE BARLOW. A' group of men sat In a semicircle arpund a boy, whose years numbered twelve and whose face was oddly un •chlldllke. They were of th'! old Italian School' of Music, and to a new prodigy their approving nod was as potential as tho nod of the Olympian .Tove. So with becoming' gravity on their re fined cainco-cut faces, I hey listened to - little Bije, scaring'him :> great deal, per haps more than did his tour bear-leaders who stood lr. a rigid row behind the grand piano. The bear-leaders wore four goatees upon their chins, and four massive gold watch chains spanned their expansive waistcoats. Bije was their chattel. From orphaned infancy lie had been the white serf. of. Hans Wooflet, a Jamaican cotton grower, till the sudden development of his musical talent startled Hans and opened thaj; worthy's business eye. With three other sharp spirits, he formed a syndicate for the exploitation of this human gold mine. They agreed to smarten Bije.externally,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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"LES LORDS." FRENCH LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

"IiES LORDS. FRENCH IAMENT. "C:B.'s"' resolution to take My Lords in haiul is attracting' the lively atten tion of the French Tress and' public. The Republicans of nil shades wish the j ]>riii.sh Premier good luck. They do not J (all of them) go so far as to jshy-. ■.[ '.'Abolish tliem," but they all agree \ that My Lords need reforming pretty . badly. Even their'own ,Socond Cham- i bet' in the somnolent Luxembourg needs stirring up. But the"GauIois" is alarmed at the prospect of an'overhauling of this "majestic institution," the House of Lords. Shall we witness "the imposing ruins" of the House of ..LordsV the "Gaulois" asks. The "Gaulois" is Cleri cal and-Monarchist, and, believes in the restoration of Monarchy in France. Tho, "Gaulois" informs the French people that "Les Lords" are the "elite of the nation," and it admires the per formances of "Les Lords'' in legislation against trade unionism and in hamper ing "los Radicaux" who are. at their unholy task of laicising the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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GERMS. THEIR RIGHT TO LIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

GERMS. THEIR RIGHT TO MYB./ Sir Patrick Manson, K.C.M.U., the. medical advisor to the Colonial OHiec. i lectured on "Dirt, Damp and .Disease'.' { nt tlieWorking Wen's College in St. , Panci'.is on Saturday, I'.ji.i January, ■ anil' incidentally defended the right o£ ; the germ to live. Malaria germs, he said, lived in "damp surronndings—germs had as much right...) I to live as human heings—and inos- . ! quitos, which became impregnated ! with malaria germs attacked men .'inn infected thorn. - Now that Hie cause of malaria was discovered, much of the now uninhabit able part of the Empire would become healthy in a reasonable time. Sir jPritrick emphasised the virtues of cleanliness in his remarks about league. The plague germ could only affect a body when inoculated into it. The ques tion was—How did the germ" pass from rats to men? Tjlke huirian .beings, rats were apt to be attacked by parasites, especially lleas, and wliemtliese insects. became impregnated witli disease, they convey...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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PUZZLED WIFE. SUGGESTS A "DOUBLE" HUSBAND. AMAZING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

FUZZIiED WIFE. SUGGESTS A "DOUBLE" HUSBAND. AMAZING STORY. The strange possibilities of deception by means of "doubles', have . frequently • been demonstrated in fiction and in fact, but only in the pages of "John '"hilcote, M.-P." where a man is successfully im personated by his "double," have we a parallel to the amnxlng story told by a ■woman 'to the Willesden magistrate on Saturday, February 2nd. 1 During the past week she said, she had noticed a change in the man who was living' with her. as her husband, and had come to the conclusion- that although he resembled, him astonishingly he was not - her real husband. . The-Magistrate: Do you mean to tell me you don't know your husband from another man?—The Woman: He is re markably like him, only stouter, but I am sure it is not my husband ,who Is living with me now , . "Whan did the change take place?—I cannot say that. 1 first noLlced it a few days ago. How long have you been married?— Fourteen years. I should have thought you would...

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

Either in Wool or Station or Butchers' Product SCHUTF, BELL & CO. bIMITBD Desire to Have Your Business. Each Head of the Company a Worker in the interests of the Constituents. CALL AND SEE THEM WHEN NEXT IS TOWN. Proceeds Protected. Trust Account: Bank N. S. Wales. Woo! Warehouse: CENTRAL WHARF ! Produce Stores: CIRCULAR QUAY W 44 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FRENCH DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

FRENCH DAIRY CATTLE. Professor Henry E. Alvard, of the United States Department of Agr'culture, has been making in quiries with regard to French dairy cattle. He finds that France, as a dairying country, possesses a large number of so-called herds of cattle, which can hardly be said to be d fferent or distinct breeds, because they seem to be largely of common origin local'y differentiated, ^and belonging, to geographical districts, along the borders of which they bi nd in a perplexing way.. Nea ly all of them are what may be called " dual purpose" cattle. France produces all her own beef, land oxen are depended upon largely for .farm labour. In fact, with few exceptions the cattle are primar ly bred for labour, to ultimately . become poor beef, and the dairy quality is at least a secondary consideration, only incidental in some breeds. Fine veal is a speciality in France,"~so that cattle which produce large, thrifty, quick-growing, easy-fat tening calves, are particularly sought aft...

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Ghurch Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910

Ghurch Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. First Sunday in the month—Goola gong 11 a.m. ; Nyrang Creek 3 30 p.m. ; Oanowindra 7.30 p.m. Second Sunday in month—Cano wind™ 10.30 a.m. (Holy Communion) Woodstock 3 30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Third Sunday in the month—Wood stock 11 a.m. (Holy Communion) ; Witlli 2.45 p.m.; Uanowindra 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday in ' the month— L-ickwood 3pm.; Canowindia 7.30 p.m. Fifth Sunday in the month—Catio wiiidra U a.m., Litany and Sermon ; Walli 3.30 • p.m. ; Woodstock 7.30 m. Rev. r f marchant. i : '

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