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A POPULAR HERO. ALFONSO IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
A POPULAR HERO. ALFONSO IN PARXS. On 1st June the correspondent of the "Daily Mail" wrote from Paris:—A wave of shame and Indignation swept over Paris when It became known that the life of King Alfonso had been in danger of coming to a tragic close. The outrage has filled the people with horror and raised the young monarch to the dignity of a popular hero That the King displayed remarkable coolness is certain. After the first shock his Majesty sprang to his feet and saluted the panic-stricken crowd, nor did his pre sence of mind forsake him when he h:id had time to realise the nature of the peril which had threatened him. As his carriage drew near the statue of Joan of Arc he again rose to do homage to the national heroine. These manifestations of courage Impressed every spectator an 1 tended to restore tranquility to the agi tated city. : It was after midnight when the King and the President quitted the opera and found themselves in the presence of a cheering multitude. They passed...
THE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK. Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
THE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK. Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. V Tho tljrce symbols o£ the Imperial Ihhik of Japan are the minor, tiio crystal, and Hi iwoi'U, mill tlicy are carried in front uf til Baipcror 011 all State ouciidious. K.ieii ha. ;ls significance. "Look at the mirror ihk refircc thyself," or, in other words, '• .Kin.'. thyself," is the message uf ine mirror, '• l> pure and shine " is theoysiul's injunction » iiil« the sword is ft reminder to '' Be sharp. ■ • • * ■ I'crlmps the strangest use to which musi&lt; :aii be put is to slop tho How of blood from wound. A11 Army Doctor noticed Unit wliei 4 wounded soldier was taken to wit'rii* m>y hearing of uusio, hemoirhnye y w.-i - ither greatly reduced or actually atoppei. u is believed tiiut the vibrations of thuii. produced by the music cause the patient /' i^euuiu faint, in which ,ca«a the-action of • leart is so considerably lessened that u.. ivorflow of blood is reduced. • * • Horseshoe nails kicked a...
LEARN ABOUT THE COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
LEARN ABOUT THE COWS. To the close'observer the form of a cow is a valuable index to her qualities. " However, there are so many factors that enter into the growth and temperament of a dairy cow that many, excellent, judges of form and function are deceived by outgide appearance. The new cow has an individuality of her own, and the feeder should become acquainted with her as soon as possible after she is brought into the herd. The most of the loss that comes to dairymen is through a lack of knowledge and a wrong idea of what they are about: The feeder should waste very little effort in trying to feed fat into milk, for every such attempt has resulted doubtfully. The amount of fat in the milk is a matter of individuality and breed more than one feed. The low percentage of protein and the high percentage of water in corn ensilage make it necessary while feeding liberally of ensilage to feed clover or lucerne hayif we produce an ideal ration. The calf -that is to be a future dairy cow ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
/_... ■ •■.■;. ,/•;■*&lt;,• •. . '£AL * OPTION P©LL. TO .THE ELECTEES. •ST be led away by illogical statements. The extremist says : " Why does the Liquor trade oppose ' itfo License' if it does not reduce drinking ? " JSEAL ISSUE is not what is good for the Liquor Trade, nor what is most dessrab*e to the fanatic, but WHAT IS THE INHERENT RIGHT AfiiD THE BEST THING FOR THE PEOPLE. ■:!:■.;'F:MCS P220VES that Ro License increases drinking UNBER ILLEGAL AKD MOST ' VICJOUS CONDITIONS. aiEBEFOBE VOTE IN TIE TOP 8®!ifl!i m 00111 SfOlilBS 8F LIGEI8E. • Bushel I's • • Busy Bees are buzzing out the following for blowing Bunnies' Light out. These Prices must appeal to the economical, and prove conclusively that Bushell's maintain their reputation of being the Cheapest Stores in the District. Griffiths)1 I.X.L. Rabbit Traps, 10/- per doz. Pin Iron, 4£d bar, long lengths " Lightning Streak" Poison, 18/-dozen, 1/7 per tin, " Bosker1' Poison, 19/- dozen, 1/8 per tin S.A.P. Poison, 19/- do...
CLEANLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
" CLEANLINESS.; , . I A" great "source of contamination of milk is the utensils. If not per fectly clean they may convey germs to the milk. When made of tin, .utensils should have no crevices or seams hard to get at in washing, and concealing millions of bacteria in' the dirt and decaying curd.- .For the small cost of new cans it will not pay. for a few farmers to inj lire the product of the others in this matter of rusty cans.; But it will pay to have entire co-operation, on the part of all the suppliers along this1 line, and when requested by either the butter-maker or the. instructor to get new cans, to do so, for they are undoubtedly in the best position to know when the cans are unfit for use. - A superficially clean pail or can may be disgusting when you , ex amine the seams. A liberal use of solder should' render the inside of all pails, cans, dippers and strainers perfectly smooth and clean able. Battered and rusty tinware should be avoided. Utensils "should be rinsed in col...
Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Stray Pars. A. woman at Wellington, has boon lined £2 and 63 costs for stealing a fowl. ■ Item from the personal column of a southern paper : " Mr John B- was •in town lust wool:; tight as a'bottlo as usual." We'd lilco to know what J.B. thought—and said—of this when his attention won drawn to it. A Goulburn youngster, rejoices in, •or liou'ls under, the protty unme of Florence April Gomot Taylor. This is not a tale, U10 iuitials provo it to bo a ' F.A.O.T.' Wo have beon favored with a copy of "The New Inventors' Guide to PatonU" from the publishers. This will bo fou.id a very useful volume to nnyono who has an inventivo turn ot inind, as it gives full information/as to" how to rnalce such ideas of ft commer cial valuo.. The hook is" sold at Is, and is obtainable from all booksellers. Sliiro malters over Coraki way firo somewhat mixed. At a public mnot ing rosoliilions wore passed requesting tlio cngineor and councillors to rosign. But the cliwifix wns ronolied when u con pin of tho...
Railway League [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Railway League A meeting of the above wrs held on Saturday nftomoon lust. Present:—■ Messrs Thus. Finn '(Prenidont), V. Blatcliford, Geo. Marshall, J. D. Moore, Olias. ]iuo, J. Boyd, O. Mc Donagh, T. Muiray, I)r Caliill, J Cook, W. Clarke, Jus. lluo, Clias. • Archer, and the aecretury (Mr J. J. Finn). 'Iho minutes of last meeting were , conGrmed. The correspondence included letters from the Lock wood Progress Associa tion and the Cudul Railway League. A'eo tho following letter from the secretary of the Cowra ltailway League:— At a special meeting of my league, held on Monday night, your letter was read, and in acknowledging same I was in structed to make the following enquiries : What arc Hie intentions of your league, with respect to railway extension from Canowiiulra? Does it intend to support tlie liugowra or Gregra proposal ?, ■ What is the character of the proposed demonstration? In what way are any funds that are I raised to be expended? Has any estiniaLe been arrived as to th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Land Notices. Homestead selection—Portion 300, area 40 ncros, capital value £100 0s 9d, reritnl £1 5 s; 15 miles fromOrunge and 10 miles from Cargo railway aid inpr. Available on and after June 16th next. The following will me made avail able for n.c.p., c.l., a.c.p.l., or a.8.1. on June IGth, 1910 :— Land District of Molong, and Boree Shire. At £2 10s per acre. County of Ashburnham, parish of Murga. containing an area of about 125 abres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries -.—Commen cing at the north-east corner of por tion 60 j bounded thence by a line bearing east to portion 52 ; by that portion, portion 79, and portion' 60 uforeeaid, to the commencing.point.' Ro.Hfirved from sale generally—No. 45,254, ph. Nungar, 23oree Shire, 257£ acres, portion 83.
MAINTAINING SOIL FERTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
MAINTAINING SOIL FERTILITY. Condensed from a paper read by Pro fessor E. A. Burnett, Nebraska Experi ment Station, U.S.A., at a meeting o£ the Nebraska Bankers' Association. I " Three causes, it seems to me, are suffi cient to account for the prosperity of the country durjng the last few years. These are good crops, good prices and good soil. To start with, we have had good crops for four or five years, due largely to favorable seasons, a thing which is more or less local. We have also had good prices, a thing which is not so local, but is affected by a great many causes. This continuous produc tion is affecting the average fertility of the land to a degree which should make the subject of very great importance to ■the land owner and the business man. SYSTEM OF ROBBING THE SOIL. " •. .The sections of the State vvhich are complaining of decreased production find their fertility and producing power have gone down under the kind of cropping practised, naijiely, growing grain and sellin...
THE CONSERVATORY AND POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
| atoii conservatory and pot • ' ' 'plants. I Now that the warm weather has set in it will be - necessary to keop the pot plants well watered. They will alsc need all the ventilation that- can be given them. The flowering plants, such as fuchsias, begonias, and hy drangeas, require special attention at this time of the year. If they are neglected in the matter of , watering they will speedily droop, and it will bo next to useless to try and' revive thei" flower. ' ing properties. If carefully treated t just now and supplied occasionally . with applications of liquid manure . they will continue to bloom for some time. Moisture is an all-important factcr in the management of all the I house plants just now, and if they I receive a sufficiency of it and plenty of fresh aiv they will succeed well in I the hottest months of the year. | The . Chinese primrose (Primula I Sinensis) is an attractive winter and | early spring watering plant. It is ! easily cultivated and very ^tractive, and f...
IN A ROYAL NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
IN A ROYAL NURSERY. An amusing story is told of Princo ICnut, the youngest son of the pro sent King; of Denmark. A' dispute arose between, the little Prince and his nurso .on the question of " to bath or not . to bath," and it cul minated in a spongb being thrown in' the nursed, face." /.The Quocn' was im-. mediately. sent for, and, of course, decided that- little Prince -Knut was in the wrong." She sent the boy to fetch the cane with which she intend ed to make a show.of punishing him,' but quite a time elapsed before lie re turned. - .Then, he appeared without the punitive weapon.. " I can't find the cane," ;lie explained ingeniously, " but I've brought you two stones "to throw at me," • The punishment did not (writes '■ M.A.P,") ^ take place. : . ■ . .—
SAN FRANCISCO. NEW BUILDINGS. NO SKYSCRAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
SAN FRANCISCO. NEW BUILDING S. NO SKYSCRAPERS. Mr Eugene E. Schmitz, the Mayor of San Francisco, who is now in London, stated cn 2(3th ' October to an " Express" representative that the new rcity. .-which was now being built would be the finest in the world, andHhat skyscrapers would be forbidden. "However- deplorable the earth quake and fire may have been," he said, " it served a good pur^^se. San Francisco was not a fit " no for the people who had to n."*jxe it such. Founded sixty years ago as a sort of makeshift residence for a mere handful of people, it grew to be an immense city on insufficient founda tions. It fell—I hesitate to say pro videntially—and in. its place is rising the finest modern city, in tho world. " So 'rapid has been the transfor mation that calculations show that for.evory forty-five minutes that havo elapsed since that dreadful 18th April, a new building has been erected. " The towering buildings known as skyscrapers are to be forbidden, ex cept in the case ...
PROBLEMS IN FLIRTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
PROBLEMS IN FLIRTATION. What does flirtation consist of? Is it right? Is it necessary or unnecessary? Is it vulgar, or not vulgar. I had a discussion with some of my friends the other day. One of them is- a pretty girl, and is always (lilting, and defends flirting; the other is an intellectual girl. Now, I am neither prutty nor plain, and rather plain — she hates flirtlnp. and I think a little flirting ta vwy plea sant. ( -"jiosle," In "Girl's Beelm."
SUBPLICED WOMEN CHOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
SUBPLICED WOMEN CHOIRS. Should choir ladies wear surplices? Yes. Who could bo so prejudiced as to think he considered the gay head dresses of the average fair choristers, with their quivering feathers and bob bing flowers of all sizes and colors, quite appropriate, or even decorous, as worn by those whose duties place them in the most prominent position in the church? - - Lucie Johnstone in "Good Words."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
o TWOOAY3 OS^LY For two days only local residents "will again ' have an opportunity of consulting Sydney's leading opticians. On PlilDAY, JUN E '17 till Moon on SATUIiL)AY IS, Mn \V. A. Taawis, Sight Specialist for , iVugus ;ind Cuote, -192 George-street, may tie consulted free at BOYD'S VICTORIA HOTEL, Caninvindra. Tliis old established linn is renowned throughout the ■CommonweiiUSi for high -grade work, at strictly moderate prices, so. yuffororx' from oyo troubles should not. hesitate to nee their Mr Taati'o on June 17th till mid-day on Saturday, June 18th at Victoria Hotel.*
Testimonial to John J. Finn. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Testimonial to John Finn. . Following in fi list of the donations to l)i» peni'iitntioii mudo b\- tlin linlips : — MumIiiiAohT P Grant, John 0rnlit. sun., imtl A J Grunt, fI Is ciicli ; Mi'-flniiino A H Grunt mid.ID J Hymi, 10* ; An Mxliiliitor, and Moa fliiiiins J B Nowliimi; l)1 0 Ciowe, T Clnllnn. ui&lt;(\ Kerr, Hflii., 10/(5' enc'li ; M-'Asd'trnw K'-ifiuson, Bon.,- V. Bliitoh fn>d, G PoMc; K A.vrion; C McDonnell, J linycl, Jus Conk, T. Rreeri, \V. H. Tnivos,. II Thompson.' aiirt Misses Tlntt,''' Wrguaon ■ nnd Boyd, 5a. etich ; Mrs ,Torp(iIi J.onoc, 'If ; /Mrs Dimltley, 3f>; McpdnmPK M, AM>prt&lt;ni. J H -Mar-: shall, P Byrnes, tiud Miss Byrnes, 2/6 each. ' :
Canowindra=Gregra Railway. MR. KENNA'S SUSPICIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
Canowindra=Gregra Railway. MB. KENNA'S SUSPICIONS. ■Mulling Municipal Council hns been considering the Canowindru-Grogra railwayproposal. At the meeting Mr. Konittt read an. oxtinot, from an Orange papor contaii.ing soma re marks by Mr. Gavin, about, Orange hoing Cmlul's market, etc. Mr. Kmiiii Miid* ihfi'O was too imicli Oiange about I ho matter. Orange never assisted Molong iu anything except when it was to her advantage.' If this pro posed railway was simply to benefit Orange ' he would oppose it. It was through the influence of Orange that the western line was taken through barren country to Wellington instead uf thi'i'Ufih Molong. if Orange had ■ its way M 'loiif; would not have had a railway now. One would think that Oiaiifjo was the only place in God'n: cieatinn. However, he would nupport the proposed railway fr.iinX'anowindrft to Grfgra because h« thought it would heni-fii &lt; 'ndal ai.d li>iwat» Aark, which disliicts were isolated in regard to flinging their pro...
Walli. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
WALLI. (From our Correspondent.) I am sorry to have to state that we have again been visited bv that grim- reaper, death. Mr John Edgerton, a very old and respected resident of this district, has been called away, and quite a gloom was cast over this part when it became known that he had passed over to the great majority. The deceased gentleman had been in failing health for some time, and dur- ing the last six weeks had been con- fined to his bed. He was under the skilful treatment of Dr Hawthorne, of Carcoar, who from the beginning gave the family very little hope of their father's recovery, and in spite of his every effort, and the unceasing atten- tion of the young people, he passed peacefully away on Tuesday evening, 17th inst., at 6 o'clock, at the age of 64 years. The remains were interred in the Church of England portion of the Walli cemetery, besides those of his late wife, who predeceased him by about six years, and of his eldest daughter. The Rev. R. F. Marchant presided ...
An Old Subject. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
An Old Subject. &nbsp; King George V must have few older subjects than Mr. Henry Burling, who resides with one of his sons (aged 81) inWaikanae, in the Manawatu &nbsp; district. Mr Burling commenced his 111th year on the 7th of this month, &nbsp; and is still hale and hearty. He was born at Strathford, England, in 1800, &nbsp; &nbsp; and came to New Zealand 70 years ago. For many years he carried mails between Wellington and Pal- merston, and sometimes forded the &nbsp; Manawatu River in flood, when it was half a mile wide. He has brought up &nbsp; a family of 13. Mr Burling has lived under six British monarchs, and he was born a month before Napoleon defeated the Austrians at Marengo, and in his early days he was told of such historic happenings as the defeat of the French at Aboukir, the bom- bardment of Copenhagen by Nelson, and the great British victory at Trafalgar. He was just beginning to &nbsp; understand thin...
DEATH OF ARCHDEACON KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 3 June 1910
DEATH OF ARCHDEACON KELLY. &nbsp; Ven. Archdeacon James Kelly, parish priest of Carcoar for the past 21 years &nbsp; died at half past 12 o'clock on Tuesday, after a lingering illness. By the death of the Archdeacon, who was in the 67th year of his life, and the 41st. year of his priesthood, the Bathurst diocese loses one of its oldest and fore- &nbsp; most clerics. The late Archdeacon Kelly, by his kindly and unassuming manner, made himself p??r with all with whom &nbsp; he came into contact. At Carcoar, where he took an interest in all movements for the welfare of the district, besides doing good work for the hospital, he was held &nbsp; in the highest esteem by all classes of the community. The funeral took place on Thursday. The Revs. Fathers Doran and O'Kennedy were present.