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Correspondence (To the Editor). HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS LUE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

Correspondence (To the JLditor). HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS LUE. Sir, — Your Cargo correspondent: should certainly be & mplimented for i the wuy ho (or she) assiduously over looked certain lady workers in the late Bazaar. I would ignore the matter, j only 1 fancy it Iiuh been done deliber ately, and a man (I believe it whm n man) who delights in stabbing iu this way is not worthy of the name, and it certainly does not tend to promote the { harmony he speaks of. Probably the i word jealousy will bo thrown at me in j reply But, ye gods and. little fishes! 1 Jealous of what ? However, the pei Fon who wrote the report may emerge from behind the non de nlume of I 4 Your Correfinnndenfc -Yours, etc.. I GEORGE MIDDLETON, Avondale.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cudal. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

Cu^al. (From our Correspondent) Oold, frosty weather continues here, "iTifl a fall of rain intended to enable ' he farmers to get, tlwir oiOp in, many of thfni having to abandon the id*n nf ploughing, aa tho ground is too hard Mi D. T. Byrnes, of Rurdott (organ izer for i ho Rural Workers Ui ion), ili'livt»rr>d an' addroHH here on Saturday night Ia»t, and received a good hear ing. A stout, will-shortly he made with tho new School of Arts. Tho bricks are bfintr carted to the site. We hope 'to soon have a long-felt want supplied.. The local tei ni-< players di foated tho Mnlnnjritps on the lnoal ground on Monday lastf after, a very interesting gam'n bv I ;5 games The scores were : Cuditl 118 gara»». Molotig'105 games Tho local footlmll tna'm have arranged a mfi'ch with the Maiiildm fii.ot'.ftllors, '.vhioh wijl take place at M- nildva ■niv SawmI'iiv next. The next m'1'- inu of fh^ Bitree Shire Oitu'ncil take* place on Tuesday. 14th ;■ iriM'aii- j . ON'T ARGTJI3! Couio to...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

Progress Association. The usual monthly meeting -of tboj above was -held cm Tuesday •evenirig last. Present: Messrs T J Finn (President), J Boyd, 8 Dunkley. Alf Marshall, T Murray, P Kenny, E M Finn, D II McDonald, G Newman, J Kerr, and the secretary (Mr M J. Fmn). The following correspondence was read and received: — 1 From tho Hon T Brown re tele phone exchange at CaTiowiudra, stat ing that lie had -urged the Department to at-toud ito this matter as quickly as possible. Also re more accommodation; at the Canowindra poi,t office, stating1 that this matter was being -considered. From ©oree 'Shire Council re request that an engineer be appointed solely for this shire, stating ihwt considers- ■ lion of this matter had been deferred, , ponding decision re new shire for < 'anowindra. I'lom the Works Department re special grant for deviation on the Cargo-Canowindra road. From the Department for Lands, ; 'tating that it had been decided to < «fler by auction in suita...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football COWRA DISTRICT RUGBY FOOTBALL COMPETITION. FIRST ROUND OF FIXTURES. June 12 th. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

Football COWS. A DISTRICT RUGBY FOOTBALL COMPETITION. 3?IHST ROUND OF FIXTURES. June 12 th. Lynflhurst v Wavatahs, at LyndhursL Federals v Our Boys, lit Cowra. Rovers v "Woodstock, nfc oodstock. June l-Sih. Lynffhrnrrft v Federals, at LyadhurSt. Woodstock v Our Boys, at Cunowindra.. Rovers v Waratahs, at Cowia. On the 7th inst the -Cowra football competition was advanced another Bi«ge. The Oowra'Federals'met the; Oauowindra ' Rovers'1 oa the local ground aud played a dTaw, each «ide scoring 3 points. Mr ^eo Jb'inn had charge of the whistle. Woodstock team defeated Cowra Watatabs isy 13 points to 3. Cunowindra ' Our Boys' journeyed to Woodstock to play a Lyndhurst team, but the latter failed to put in appearance. Oa the same day a Canowindra junior team went to Wookstock and deioated' a junior team there by 11 point* fo nil. No loss than 48 footballers jourmej ed to Woodstock from Can iwiudra on Sunday last. The following will represent the local junior 'Our Boys ' in a match against...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eugowra News. (From a Correspondent). RIFLE CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

Eugfowra News. (From a Correspondent). RIFLE CLOBS. Eugowre and Forbes fired a borne nixi htrme match on Monday last at 500 and 600 yards, •eight men aside, Forbes winning by 1-5 points—Foibes 4*2 and Eugowra 457. ftjgowra's seoie was aa follows: — 500yds 600yds T1 F, Banham ■31 S5 66 i A. M. Telford 33 SI 64 Viv. McMillan 31 29 60 Roy McMillan 28 31 59 A. Towsend 50 23 53 A. Hadfiold 27 25 52 N. G. McMillan 28 24 52 K. B. McMillan 25 26 51 Messrs. B. B. McMillan and A.M. Tellord shot off their match lor £1 abide at 4 raug-ea, the latter wiuaiog by 11 points. ! Theoe it wo g«nts picked sides out <»f the competing team to shoot for-a sup per at Yates'u Hotel, Mr. McMillan'^ team winning by 6 points. Mr. Paul Weiuz has returned to hie home, "Nanami Station,1' after his trip round -the globe, and looks as ubuhi in splendid trim. His expe ' eitces -id Java, China, Japan, Sibc in and on the continent of £Wope " e very interesting. He was at Eheims during the great (rials of ai...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT. Thursday, 9th inst. (Before Mr F. B. Treatt, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

POLICE COURT. Thursday, 9tli iiist. (Before Mr F. B. Treatt, P.M.) Police v Robert Mapelton, for being drunk and : disorder-' ly .^Pleaded* guilty |and was lined ^1 and 6s costs.y Police v Wm Jones; using indecent language; § pleaded guilty and "was'fined and 6s costs. Police v Dave Robinson— driving without lights ; plead ed guilty and was fined 10s and 6s costs. Police v Mary Ann Coghlan —charge, drunk and disorder ly ; pleaded not guilty. After hearing' evidence she was found guilty and fined Is and 6s costs. \ Police v Philip doghlan— drunk, and disorderly ; pleaded guilty and was fined 10s and 6s costs. Wm. Dawes v W Thomas for :malicipusly'."maiming a dog. Mr Finn appeared,-for piaiiitiff and Mr Gilchreest fot defendant. After hearing evid ence the case was dismissed.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

THE CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNK 10, 1910. Looal and General. Sevpral flnnnwindraites attended the annual HncMoro' Ball at Oowrn on "Wednesday night, DON'T AIU»UK ! Tl alley's Conv." is fading, but the Reputation ParlitrV h«ve made as Price Reducera nill nevor Fade.* Mpfars Lavercombe and Moore re port having noli! on account of Mr JInllii'Hii 321 acres of land to Mi VJnin"* Rue; also .in account of Mr I?. Iiicp 5 Hores of land near the railway t<> the Grpat WprtlPin Milling Ouiu puny. ]<oth at 8ati*factory prices. 'IV secretary of the lncul Railway League hue roceived a pretty wain li.'ri'r from 'lie Oinvrn League i>i re gard to the forthcoming railway o>*l> brntions It will ho r"ad at-the moot Ing of the League on Saturday, A Uiead and Butter S »cial will b l'"ld in th» local hall on Wediiesdav nijrht next, to help raise fm.d- toward the purchase of ti new piano, whit-! lia.-f been installed by dpyeral gentle niPti in t'-...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

■School of Arts. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday ■evening. last, when the -usual number of com-: mittee men were present. Mr T J Finn .presided. • After the jninnf.es had been r«*ad find confirmed and other forraul busi ness dealt with, Mr E M Finn said tho secretary had ascertained that the sub-, sidy for the new building would not be pai-d until the building was com pleted. The necessary papers to fill up before subsidy would be paid had been obtained, and it was evident that they could not satisfactorily answer all the iqnestions on same Therefore, unless they were put on a <lifrViro::t footing, they -would not be iil>Ie to claim subsidy. He moved that, t.hoy ask the Ministei to jmt them on a new footing in regard to this mat j ter,—Seconded by Mr Boyd and car ried. Unless a satisfactory reply is re-1 ceived a deputation will probably wait on the Hon T Waddell in reference .to the matter on the occasion of his; vieic to Canowindra-, i

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

SMALL DEBTS. Francis G Boothman'v Pat- ' rickPerry, claim for- money lent. Verdict for amount claimed, £ 14, and costs. Mr Finn appeared for plaintiff. J B Newland v Robert r-Brieden, claim for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for amount claimed, £7 12s, and costs. Mr Finn for plaintiff and Mr Gilcreest for defend- • ant. J,'?B Newland v WjStinson, breach of contract. Mr Finn, solicitor" for plaintiff, accepted a non-suit. ^Ir" Gilehreest ap peared for (Jpfondrt1nt. C HaU'O.rs^n v W Quon;>\ Claim for. nrr.K-v prii i .an'1 carriage. Mr Gi!fh'-cest for' i defendant. Plaintiff was nou- i suited.. The Warden! Court arljb'urii cd uutil ;9.3U this1 morning. , u

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EGOTISM OF THE BEST CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

EGOTISM OF THE BEST CURE. Many a smart dame spends August at a rest cure, but the women who would enjoy such a holiday is to be pitied, for the essential point about a rest cure is the egotism of the patient's attitude to herself and those about her. It is sig nificant that this type of holiday is one very rarely advised in the case of a man (iiid In the case of a real worker. -"The World aud Hte Wife/' A difference of opinion has arisen be tween the British Board of Agriculture and potato growers in England, in re gard to a discovery recently made and said to prevent potatoes from turning black after boiling. The Board has de clined to take the matter up on the ground that the discovery does not per tain to agriculture. Growers, on the other hand, attach great importance to it, and a petition to the presidpnt era bodying their views has been infiueutl&Hy signed.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OCCUPATION AND PHYSIOGNOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

OCCUPATION AND PHYSIOG NOMY. Occupation has an undoubted influ ence on the physiognomy. Calling must certainly have some influence over the physiognomy of the cabman, the omni bus driver, the butler, or the groom; each frequently possess a type of face which wears so characteristic an expres sion ns to make it not difficult to iden tify the vocation accompanying it. We, speak also of the legal face, the scien tific face, the ecclesiastical face, the musical face and artistic face, the dram auc lace, aucl the military face. -'•The Lancet."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON REVISITED AFTER SHORT ABSENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

LONDON REVISITED AFTER SHORT ABSENCE. Mr Charles E. Hands writes in the London "-Daily Mail" of August 20th:— After a year and a half's absonco I rub my eyes, smarting from unex pected sights and tan dust, and ask myself, "Where am IV Can.this really be London?" For .London has ac quired so many new features and modified so many old ones and grown so very much younger in the short spa.ee of eighteen months that to look round it is to experience a sensation of novelty and unexpected ness as great as that furnished by the strange sights of the far out landish places in which I have passed the interval. In Mukden or in Mos cow you expect strange sights, and, consequently, if you are not disap pointed, you are not altogether sur prised cither by the highly civilised barbarism of the one or the highly barbaric civilisation of the other. THE AFTE11-JSR KAKFAST DRAMA. But consider what happened to me, all unprepared and unsuspecting, in my own London, the other morning. After an early brea...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISEASE AS A CURATIVE AGENCY. THE CHESTERTON OF MEDICINE. SIR FREDERICK TREVES'S STRIKING LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

DISEASE AS A CURATIVE AGENCY. THE CHESTERTON OP 1 ' ' MEDICINE., ' SIR FREDERICK TREVES'S STRIKING LECTURE. The great paradox of disease was handled in tlio most striking manner by Sdr Frederick Treves at Edin ■ burgh recently, when before the Phi losophical Institution ho lecturcd on "Medicine ft U mode." His view of t*ho iiffl that flesh is heir to was al- j most Chostertonian in its outlook. Opening his address, Sir Frederick said:— i "The prevailing idea of disease was of something that was woful and ma- ' lighant, evil in origin, evil in intent, evil in effect. Th'e pouulnr view was that disease was a calamity, that its end was destruction, and that it was purposeless except in the one dircc- ! tion of doing harm, ilis contention, ! however, was; that there was nothing preternatural in disease, that its phe nomena or symptoms were marked by purpose, and that that purpose was beneficent. The processes of disease I aimed not at the destruction of life but at the saving- of it, an...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

AS OTHERS SEE US. A rich but vulgar city man, having sat for a crayon drawing ol himself, was so dissatis fied with' ,tho result that ho refused to pay for It "It does not bear the slightest re semblance to me," ho said, "and 1 will not talio It" Tho artist protested, but all to no avail. "All right, sir," ho remarked,, finally, "If It Is not at all lilte you. of courso 1 can't reasonably expect to got paid for It" Aftor tho gentleman had left, the artist added to tho portrait a magnificent pair of ass's ears, and exhibited It to tlin gaze of tho curious public. It had not long been so exposed when the gentleman broko Into are artist's studio In a towering rage, and finding that threats availed him nothing, at last offered to buy It at a considerable advance upon tho brtglnal price. "It was not strange that you (&lle<t to recognise your resemblance to tho picture at first," said the irtlat, determined to .be revenged for tho slight put upon bis work "But 1 knew yo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RUSTIC PHILOSOPHER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

A RUSTIC PHILOSOPHER. I ain't In the swim, : An' ray chancos Is slim. To shine with the fortunate crowd. " But the leaves 'ncath the tree Is a-laugliin' with glee, An' their laughter ain't vulgar nor loud. Ah' the loiterfn' stream. With Its ripple and gleam, Is singin' a comfortin' song. It's consid'ablo fun Jes' to sit in tho sun An1 watch tho ol' world move along. There's an echo atar Of the bustle an' jar Where the struggle's relentless an' cold; An' I sometimes regret That my namo can't be set 'Mongst tho fighters fur glory an' gold. I miss the acclaim . That's accorded to fame, But, in spite of ambitions gone wrong, It's eonsid'able fun Jes' to sit In tho sun An' watch th.(s ol' world, move along.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER X. LADY VERNER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

CHAPTER X. LADY VERN'ER. At the extremity of the village, lying a little back from it, was a moderatd gized, red brisk house, standing in the midst of lands, and called Deerham Court. It had once been an extensive farm, but the present tenant, Lionel's mother, rented the house, but only very little of the land. The land was let to a neighbouring farmer. Nearly a mile beyond—you could see its towers and its chimneys from the Court—rose the stately old mansion, called Deerham Hall, Deerham Court, anil a great deal of the land and property on that side of the village, belonged to Sir Rufus Ilautley, a proud, unsociable roan. Ho lived at the Hall; and his only son, between whom and himself it was conjectured there existed sonae estrangement, had purchased into an Indian regiment, where he waa now serving. Lionel Verner passed the village, branched off to the right, and entered the great iron gates which enclosed tb8 court-yard of Deerham Court. A very unpretending entrance admitted him ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER IX. Mr. VERNER'S ESTRANGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

CHAPTER IX. Mr. Vernkr's Estrangement. The former chapters may be looked upon somewhat in the light of an introduction to what is to follow. It was necessary to relate'the evonts recorded in them, but we must take a leap of not far short of two years from the date of their occurrence. John MnBsingbird and his attend ant, Luke Roy, had arrived safoly at Melbourne in due course. Luke had written home one letter to his mother, and ihere his corrnspondenoe ended; but John Massingbird wrote fre quently, both to Mrs. Vomer and to his brother Frederick. John, accord ing to his own account, appeared to be getting on all one way. The money he took out had served him well, lie had mado good use of it, and was accumulating a fortune rapidly. Such was his statement; but whether im-, plicit reliance might he placed upon it was a question. Gay John was apt to deceive himself; was given to look on the bright side, and to imbue things with a tingo of rnuh'ttr de rose : when, for less sanguine eyes,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERNER'S PRIDE CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

Pride ...! BY MRS. HENRY WOOD. (Illustrated by Harold Piffnrd l CHAPTER VIII.—{Continued). " And when I've found him—let 1 him ba who he will—either him or me : shall die. So help me " "Be still, Eobin I " passionately : interposed Mr. Vomer, in a voice that startled the man. Vows are bad things. I have found them so," " It was registered afore, sir," sig nificantly answered Eobin, as he turned away. "I'll be up here to morrow." The morrow brought forth two d« parturos from Verner's Pride. John Massingbird started for London in pursuit of his journey, Mr. Vemor having behavod to him liberally. And Lionel Vomer was summoned in hot liaste to Paris, whore liia brother had just met with an accident, and was supposed to be lying between life and death.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEETOTALISM AND CRIME. THE PUBLIC AND THE PRISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

TEETOTAUSM AND CRIME. THE PUBLIC AND THE PRISONS. "The deepest impression I have brought away from Dartmoor is that drink is not responsible for'the seri ous crimes to anything like the ex" teiit some people imagine." This from a teetotaller, a life-long friend of the poor, .an ardent social reformer, came t.o mo with some sur prise, and I said so. ■ •"Yes, and I was surprised myself at the discovery,-'' returned the Rev. J. Cartmel Robinson, who has just 'returned to'his church at Chiswick after conducting a mission auioug the con\icts at Princetown. "Drink; and crime have been so long associated in the public jhind'Vthat I confess as a teetotaller I held the common opi nion myself. My experience at Jjait morc forces me. to change my opi nion. It is. an instructive point to all who are concerned with the prob lems of cranio, and X submit it as one worthy of a broader consideration than it has yet received. It is so easy to. generalise and say drink is the cause of nearly all crimes...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 10 June 1910

Stray Pars. The wool-class recently formed at the instigation of the Oowra School o£ Arts lma entered on its second term. The farmers who refused to sell their wheat when ft rattling good prico was offered them are now 1 whipping the ijat.' " ' An application "before the Licensing Bench for an hotel license by J. Gavin, at Greonetliorpe, was the subject of coimiderable feeling at Gronfell last week. Petitions in favor of the appli cation and strong counter-petitions wore receivod. About 30 witnesses wore examined for and against. The lie rich refusod the application. DON'T ARGUE! Parker's are the New Firm, whoKoduced the High Prices ruling in Canowiudra.* Suya the " Catholic Press:— A brainy farmer named Noonan is going to give Mr Waddell a spoil from Par liament in Sopteinbor. Dr. Tilly, late of Listnore, has taken over Dr Wawn's practice at Cowra, Professor Watt is ej^.ytly to.vimt C;;wra and deliver a L-oiure on some rural subject. One bushel of grain makes 5 gal lons of whisky. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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