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THE MACRAE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

THE MACRAE CO. An apparently simple incident in 1S6S led to the establishment of a house whose name became later indelibly impressed upon the pro duce trade of this State. In that year the late Alexander Macrae of Dunmore, Largs,-'was consigning very prime lucerne hay to Sydney, where agents were quoting £3 per ton, returning however only £2 10s. Mr. Macrae's son, Myles, noting this, informed his father that next time hay was shipped he would go to Syd ney and sell it himself. The senior replied characteristically, " Tut, mon ! you don't know you are born yet!The hay was consigned from "order" to "order" for obvious reasons, and young Myles came to Sydney and sold it for £3 cash and returned home. Some of their neigh bours learning of the incident, told him to go back and sell their potatoes and onions. Myles had just been engaged with James Larkiu, an Indian Mutiny pensioner, in press ing 1,000 tons lucerne hay for which they received 6s. per ton for pressing. On thinking the propo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELPING A WEAK LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

HELPING A WEAK LOVER. [By E. M. GOSDEN.J Ulssle Marchmont, a middle-class young lady, with the virtues and com paratively few faults that go to make lip the "backbone o£ the nation," was in consultation with her brother, "It sounds very frivolous to suggest entertaining different young men on three evenings in succession," said she, . "but there's no help lor It. Monday evening Mr .Wilmot always comes, so you must tell them Tuesday and Wed nesday when you see them in the city; It doesn't matter .which day for which. I wish they hadn't asked to-come, but as they have, they can't all come at the same time." — "Why. not?" asked her, brother. "Stupid!'.' said Cissie, with a stamp of her foot. "Why, because they would get cross and disagreeable, of course, and 1 should have an awful time trying to entertain them, and make them enjoy themselves."' ■: '■■'-' - "What I-can't see.'" sti id Jack, "is why; you should want them to, enjoy .them selves when I understood you have ab solutely no in...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

The vital trade centre., The arena of ceaseless activity. The unfailing index of the country's condittea. The bees that make the honey. The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. . The Farmers' and Growers' best friend. Smith's Chaff Bags Cost Less— and that's the only difference between them and the higher priced bags. There's as much quality in every square inch of Smith's as in the best chalf bag you can get. Which'll you have. Mr. Farmer, the same quality bag at the higher price, or the lower figure? Write about them. HERE'S OUR ADDRESS:— T. SMITH & Co., Ltd. Sack Specialists. SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. THE MACRAE COMPANY, MARKET WHARF, SYDNEY, Auctioneers and Genera! Commission Hgents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Whciucti Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard, Oats, Wheat and Straw always on li.md at lowest possible prices. COUNTRY ORDERS. SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. rRn\S/CPQ I Ship all your MAIZE, HAY OATS, CHAFF uKUWJiKo . and dairy PRODUCE to BOWLEY WALKER COMMISSION AGENT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

CALEB PARKE SUMMER aring ™ NOW BEING HE Look at the Price^nn Page • ^. .. COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE STORES, Crsck&i. A taatn from the following will be cboseu to play Belubula on Sunday next, on tin* i-ecreatiou ground. Play • to-.start/at I t^a in. sharp ■Quick, .Murray., Phminier, Fiun, Webb, .-Haiilon, OnhUiy, E Joyce, J Joyoe, Cook, "vKumiy, Staines, Piper, and ■■Ourriei-.'. The following will represent iiokbula:-. WMyring, W E Mvriug, li My ring, 8 Oianoy, G Green, C Grim- ' hIihw, E Duffy, L Crowe, A. Pellett, T Morris, and 13 Duffy, j ; HALT CAN0 WINDItA.. A Groat Theatrical Treat, Saturday and Monday, jFEIiliUARy oth aurl 7th. For Two Mights Only. Stars Say McKay's Fiiinoua Shakespearean Comedy Co., Fresh from a remarkably successful season at the CRITERION THEATRE, SYDNEY SATURDAY NIGHT, Tom Robertson's famous 3-Act / Comedy, DAVID GARtflCX / 7 DAVID CARRICK. Magnificent p(5s?umes of the period of /7 ! ' An/ on MONDAY NI5HT, /' Siii/akespease's 5-Acfc Comedy,5 TH£ MERCHAN...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Wastes on the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Wastes on tlio Farm. On all farms there is produced a tjuan^ tity of waste r.xaterial which should be utilised for fertilising: purposes. The' British Board of Agriculture, in a recent' issue of their Journal, published some re-1 marks on this subject, in which It is' stated that "Nothing should be losf'j ought to be the maxim of every cultiva-^ tor of the soil. The value of all waste' substances depends on the amount of. ammonia they contain, which is gradu-j ally converted into plant food. Among such substances may be enumerated pea| and bean pods, potato parings, applei 'skins, cabbage stalks, sweepings of dried I leaves, and all the sundry vegetable and animal refuse that may be collected in | the surroundings of a homestead. All such material contains valuable am monia, and-supplies to the soil humus which Is of a beneficial nature. It should not be burnt, as is too often t)iej ease, because by that process all the ammonia and organic matter is lost, but should.be thrown into t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Lonnon Bros.' Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Lonsrion Bros.' ©arcus. I Tnft above famous circus pitched at Canowmdra ou Fviday itud played on [ Saturday and Monday nights. They i wore to have played on' Friday night, but wem dehiyed in reaching hero i owing'to- the heavy storm. On both nights tney had a crowded and ap i proeiative. hou(i-3i . In western towns Lunnon. Bros.'-, have built lip an en i viable roputatior^for fair treatment to I xho public, and 'evory yoar they stiil | further improve their splendid show. I As a rule there is n great similarity j about circuses, but .tlio one under | notice is -.in::, the front rank for star jtouis aiid a clean bill. Tho pro gramme lasted for over threo hours, and there was; not ,o»o tame item: One of- the principal-features of tho programme.- was tho- acrobatic per formances.: The champion leapor, Mr Will Lannon, headed this combination, and in the list was Abdul ICream, the world's loading acrobat,-who did tho marvellous hand-balancing -pyramid aut on glass bottles.-His daring tea...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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T. SMITH & CO. LTD. A Big Bag Business. New and Second-Hand Sack Specialists. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

SMITH & CO. LTD. A Big Bag Business. New and Second-Hand Sack Specialists. That the present is an age of specialists is so well known as to be trite in the saying. Yet there are examples of specialisation coming to light daily, which are both in teresting and novel, and which show how the tendency to specialise is being applied to the more prosaic occupations with success. Such an example is found in Messrs. T. Smith & Co. Ltd., Sack Specialists, Sussex Street, Sydney. One could scarcely think of any industry more uninteresting than that of buying and selling new and second-hand sacks. Yet Smith's have been able to reduce it to a science, as a review of their methods will show. In 1896 Mr. Thomas Smith, founder and present head of the firm, commenced as a bag merchant in Sussex Street. Previously Mr. Smith had followed farming pur suits, his father being a farmer in the old country. His experience on the land has stood him in good stead in the jute trade, for it gave...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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DefectiVe Vision. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

DsfsctlVe Wis3©s*a« i The representative E: Bosuli, j IT.S.M^C, the successful consulting. {.Optician of .Miii'tiu . Piii'co and. I'itt ;Sti'eet, ' Syil-. uoy, will again visit G:ntovviudra on Wed ; nesiiay, 2ud'-February, 1910, and may. be seen at the . Victoria Hotel, from .10 a.m. t.o ;> p.m. All and sundry" wlio suffer'witli- Ileaditcho, . insomnia, • Aversion to Light, Eyestrain, ■ or: Failing Sight oi any: kind should', call., and, : hSvc.their eyes examined- and glasses made to order by this reliable Optician. Mr Bosch's work is well and favorably known throughout; the district, and the reliability of his work can be testified to by his numerous and grateful clients.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Eugowra News. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Eugowira.' (Prom our Gorresnoridoi'i Since last rfcport we have liiUl motc splendid rain ; altogether we have had •over inches.-. During tha last Vivo or : three.days ihe temperature lias bieji very high, and appearances now indicate a further change. s • luAHKIiT DAY, J The' Church oi: Englfttifl/authoritics have annouced that they in'.end holding a Market Day on Wednesday, Ine 23rd February, in - aid of the funds of tlie Church. The scene of operations will be on one of the picturesque .spots oil Use hillside adjacent to the.Cliurch of Eng land. Mr \V ■ Niven, Seur, is the secre tary, and a strong committee of ladies and gentleman lias been formed te carry out'.the inoviihient.' •• I;ady. collectors are now on the warpath, and . tliev luive secured-'quite-.a number of live stock, poultry, and miscellaneous articles such as produce, etc. Proceedings will com mence at l'l a.m., and will be continued till dark. There: will be refreshment stalls, fruit-stalls, etc. -A*-programme of sp...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Canowindra Court Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Canowindra Court Returns. The following is a return of Inisi □(388 transacted at the Caiiowindraj Court House (exclusive of land agency business) and of moneys received 'in all capacities 'for 'the yearendedSist December, 1909':— . Petty Sessions Court.—(l)\Number of'cases under Vagrancy Act'and drunkards' 'piiriialiment prbvisions'of Police'Ofierlcos Act, ;5 I'(2)"Numbfjr: of Petty Session's 'Court cases wlier'e' accused "have bbta 'arrested, exclusive of those'under 'l, '29!(S) Number of Petty Sessions Court •"riritfimrins'cAsos,: exclusive of those under'l,:60';'iium' "bbr of applications 'for auctioneers',' etc.,'iieanses:made 'td'beii6h of Magis-; trates, Si. . ... > • Child ren's' Court.—Nuinb'or' of 'crises,1 ■2.; ... •'Small 'jDebts 'Coiift.— Nuinb"rii" ftfe ■plaints entered, 19>; number of e^xG'cu-i tions 'issued, ;5'j ;iiumber 'of liriter--" iplsadcr 'Ma<?s, 1'rittnber 'of 'billB'df 6?ile registered, :2. _ ! MiscellaneBus.—NUttiber'of tpbiiccb' licenses is...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Shop and Residence. ADVERTISER would like to hear of landowner yilliag to ere<;t, a two story aliop iblid/'oxfuffncQ iiK/he main street, Can^vviiitM'a. RflutuXeqiuI tu 10 per cent </n oikbiy^uuranVed. Apply— •A.I3.R,' / This Office. PROGRESS MEETING. School of Art^ TIall, Oanowiudn Tuesday. Ipt'February, 1910, at 8 p,m. M. J. FINN, Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

; 'Court 'Returns. | Tlie'followiii^ is a rotiffh of business! trnrisacted at the Cudal Court House exclusive of land -agency business)1 and 'of. moneys received°ii) all'capilc-; ities 'for year ended 3'lst Bedember, 1909:— ; Potty. Sessions Court.—Nutabds 'of cases under the Vagrancy Act and'the' drunkards' punishment provisitiu's of Police Offences Act, 18 ;.numbbr of; cases Vliei-e accused have beon atrest-; ed, 1number of'suintaoiiB ba't&s, 83 ; number of shii'e apjjea'Is defcilt tfith, G';' applications for auctibheers', 'pawn brokers', hawkers, coach, fisliing boat,, fishermen's and other litietfses,'6. Small Debts Cdtir't.-—Plaints;eriteV-' ed, 23;; executions issued, 2:; garnishes applications, ;1;; bills of sale rbgister-i del, 1. ..' ,. , . Jifiscallan-bo'us.— Tobiidco iice'nad& issued, 18titnbe'r licenses, 'etc:, issued, 10 '; 'receipts taken for public inorieys; ctiab'iirsod, 47 letters of all descriptions received, /not including applications 'for electo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Local Land Board!. A moot!jig of the Local Land Board for the Lanrl 'District of Molong was held'iirthe Court House, Cudal, oil tlio 77tli 'January. '1910, whon 'tli& folio wingcases Were considered : — •For Txiyentigation. X;C.P. '09/58, :1'45 acres, Philip Ryan ;'survey directed. A.H.'S. -ISO a'cres, William 0raigie:; A.H.S 1*4 Q acres, Ch'avloa 'jSohflrt For#. —conflicting;. 'Survey directed for 60 acres !in !th'e 'former, and'HO acras iti tli'e latter. 'O.'L. 135YibrefyPhiiip'iCyan:; '&.O.P. r3'5'a'ores, ftjfred Homy Joseph Wil cox—'conflicting;. 'Tn the former'caso the application wns withdrawn, fcnd in 'the'latter survey waa'directed. Sp:L ' 09/8, 170 acres, 'Potor Henry McCartney.—Adjoii'vaed. Appraisement of Capital Valiie 'C.P. '-97/3(), etc., Wiiliam Joins Carmah-'^-Appraisod at '30/-, '11/8, '8/4. ^6r'investigation. , ;lA..C."P. '.0978, '1620 • acres, 'Ch'&rlos 'O'Neill.—-Survey' directed. K.L. '09/8, -20'a'cfes, Jolili thom&s Webster.— 'I/...

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The Harvest. SOME YIELDS OBTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Tifae Has-vast. SOME YIELDS OBTAINED. Mr. W. Bassett, of Lockwood, had 700 acres under crop Inst year, llo stripped 530' acres for 3320 bags, an. average of about 19-bushels. 0!f the balance of the cultivated area he gar ueml 170 tons of hay, and some oats to be threshed are expected to yield at least 2500 bushels. Mr.. Bas sett's farm contains an area of 1557 acres, and, besides the crop obtained this year, he despatched 26 bales of wool. Few places .vill compare with this excellent return. Mr'.IYed Rice had 130 acres under cropl and obtained the splendid aver-■ age of 7i- bajf.s to the a(jre. Messrs. Wiiitinee Bios., of Barra-, gan. had 1400 acres under " wheat (some of it on the halves) this season; Of this area 200 acres was cut for hay, and gave a return of aboufc-3o J tons. ■ The balance was garnered for grain, and yieldod an average of about so von bags to the acre, a total of over 8000 bags. , About Cargo the average was very good. Messrs. Middlotou. Bros, stripped 1700 bags...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

•uA^UARY 'lfe, t , ^ 'For'Investigation.' •A.il.'L 08/8, 3 acres, Joseph. robin. 'Sa bOp'rocomfcondocl to 5th February, !i921,.'kt-30 por'auiiiim. ..'H.'L. '0E)/2, '10 acres, 'Alfred Johh. Wright;—10 acres 'recommended for 14 yiiars:afc <j£2 per annum. „• 'B'L. '09/3, "20 aortas, John -Patrick' 'Griffiths.—iiofuseil : 'EJL. 09/6, !10'acrBs, !Tho"s. lSTfewr* coltibo.—Ee'comtiiendod 10 'edrdo 'for l'd'yeara at £2 10a. For Cotifirbi'atio'ii. . 'O.L. 08/22, 'l 00 acres, Albert; 5?hcs. j?i6id.—Confirmed l)2a';'r0ti't O.O.P. '09/28, 100 09/l'3, 20T acres, Ardliibalc) (<Sfoorgb Gosper, ijtm.—OonfirmeS, tlvo former for'100,acres, the latter fo'r-SOi acres. •A.'H.S. 09/6, 23-1 acros, Edith. E &bspdi\—Confirmed for'226 acres. O.G.P. 09/5-1, 41tl acres, William H1 Crowe—Confirmed for 419 acrns. C.P. 09/45, 7a 3r 35p, James Xaw rsnce Murphy.—Adjourned. For'Irivostigation.. iL.O!P. '09/49, 125 acres, Frslibrick Stanford.— Disallowed. 'Fdr Modification-of Conditions....

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Woodstock Races. RECORD ATTENDANCE. (By our Representative) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Woodstock Races. UEQORD ATTENDANCE. (By our Ki-nresantativeS The above annual meeting took plucB on Wednesday last'(Anniversary Day), and in every respect was a pro nounced success. Over 2000 people Wbi-o present, tliH takings nt the gate amounting to over .£(50. When it in stated that no charge is madfj for horses or vehicles it will be easily understood that the gathering was large, thanks to the live secretary that has been working things up. A large contingent of visitors were present from Oanowindra and Oawra, as well as other places along the lino. Oiitio windra people were well pleased with the days' sports, and speak well of the management. Mr D Moore, the secretary, carried out his duties admir ably, gave and every assistance to stra.igers. The racing throughout was good, although some of the fields were uot larare. Mr. Jas. O'Brien had charge of the publican's) booth, and did good busi •aess. Following are the results : OPENING HANDICAP —6 furloilgS. Arice, 9.0 .. ., .. 1 ...

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MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

TtfQLONG. The iollbwing cases weJ's'dnalfc with 6n •'W^bei4hfty:,aiia''TbufBaay::'=:-; • . For Investigation. 'Sp. LeSae'09/12, '320 ^acres, Gebrgb Douglas 'Bassett^EefuaiJd. . Sp. Lease Otf/13, 320'rxfU3, &ot>vge Douglas'Bassett.—Refused. » Prbpoanl 'tb 'Curtail Travelling 'Stocb . 'Eofibrves. , . Ir.S. 'fcina O.R. 14,2126, -'fynrish of Cudal;—200 acrds 'to bo. iriude avail able. . , TAIL'1! 6,095, 'ji'ansb'ot Belubulh.-r 455 abres'to bo made availablo.

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SEX AND HEREDITY. A NEW THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

£ex AND HEREDITY-1 A NEW THEORY. This is not a medical theory, for the simple reason that X am. not a medical man, and have studied nei ther medicine nor biology, but X have, paid a good deal of attention to ^cnoalogy, and my. deductions are mado entirely irom genealogical data. Tlie principal iacts,which influenced nu; nrd as follow: The list of names known as the Xioll of Battle Abbey may be token' as -a genuine list of Norman names. ThaL there never was iu Roll of Battle Abbey : in the sense in which this is popularly be lieved is immaterial to my argument. ■The Kofi of Battle Abbey can, at I any rate, be accepted as'a list of, ac tual Norman or early Plantagenet 1 ■ families of the upper class. With a few—but a very few—exceptions, all those Norman- names iiavc ceased to exist. Ordinarily surnames indicate . male descent. , , THE SlJXiyxyAXj OF NAMUS The next fact which struck me was the overwhelming preponderance of names of plebeian origin. . Of course, - there arc exceptions,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Jrss Kin! in R'jscfj'Bosidoritf I hoy will con .(li tJio 'acmosl.v _ppf. | Fh a liirge circle • nnrl properties,! Hp oxpmenM'in _3 State, ami cnn IJynts (either (is a Writb !>11 possible LJieo of Mr.-J. B. n hion Agent and,1 Ijono.. ,v,tu^r |1nT) jR A-. 'tcntion. I'.'P. TJlFE IN ISOOIETY. J ofl, hereby give |ing and Shooting ::n our Bruigaroo ?ST,EY BIROS. Mc WILLIAM. 13AKERV J-Bs 'to thnnVt'lin lieroiis pntrfjnnge ;:o opening busi«;j |n(I 'iiiiving'faken'j Bartner, 'ti'ustsl1 Bl-.ia aupport, : Itffiey I I' Lias f>ro5BS,! |EEK. itecl from the| •vy- Extractor, jiginai aromatic Ininl industry. IftR WELL, fre ft'noflinr week out n. policy on fo'.P. SOCIETY. g 'alt immediate clsii for tlt'oso dependent or 'io'c yrinr own leans of LIFE AScJT Bethr llrne iff your polioy tnn'n t|e. hen your health is goes' r,_ scores oi poou jnniaviralilo every wed ■ICRS, Belter Stfice— H-'ro ia none noftrly ■that Rives that larg;l Bfnicli liberal assistance folders in tiiros of neec| IP. SOCIETY. t ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910

Just What You fire Looking For ! THE SEXAPHQNE. TIub Invaluable Littlo Instrument Ndvor Mukoa a Mistako. . IT CAN TELL The Seis of ton _ Egg in a few sesonds. If you c]on't\hpli>»vo this just irv ifc'rinrl see for YouiWt. Anyono can work it. It will a Iifntime. IO/G Each. "OTtiafantii^n puarnntoocl ! _ , _ or moiioy^ rofundofl. ; A.'H. Thompson, 20 Parlc-st'reet, Sydney, Sole Agent for the Commonwealth:

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