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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
'nil II ■ ' .-Commercial Banking-' Co. of Sydney, Ltd, .Capital r«j&lt;l Up.. £1,otiO,o»o" 0 0 .TJesarve Fund.. £l,310,000'. 0 0 ' Heservo (Jupitul £1,600,000 0 0, " ' £4,340,000 0 0 Liberal Advances Made on Ap proved Sacuritios. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at Interest. All Usual Banking Business Trans acted. Y. BLATOHFOKD, Jrtimngur Cunowiixlra B'vanoh. 1 s/j/f>y E Mr. Horace Jones, D-sntist, (7/oiu.i'rly oi Til^f'iV.arie St., Sydney). siours or.tho CafiOV/indra Piiarinacy 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. week days. Wednesdays 9 a.m. to A p.m. Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Uxcept Alternate Sundays, 9 to 6 p.m. Public Holidays 9 to 1 p.m. and 7 toy p.m Mr. B. j031es 5 U R C£ 0 N :: DENTIST, 6 & COWRA, * #• Will visit Canoyjfndra Farl night/y—Saturday and Sun day. Data of Next Visit, 13th and 19th JUNE. The Junction hotel TJndor ita Nhw Mumigoniout. M l. GOONE-Y, (Lalo of Imperial Hoiof, Afudg'oo). —will still roiiuiiri — - -.THE- hotel; At. which llio lioyt of Accniumoiiutiori ...
The Viennese Optician [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
The Viennese Optician MR. S. A. BASSE R'S many local patrons will be glad to learn that this woll-kuown Vionncse and London Ophthalmia Optician and Spectacle Maker, of Ohallis House, No. 10, third floor, Martin Place, Sydney, will pay Canowindra his usual periodical visit on Monday and Tuesday, Juno 20th and 2lth, 1910, and may bo consulted at l^oyd's Vic toria Hotel. During a trip round the world Mr. Basser visited the renowned optical colle ges of London, Now York, Vienna, Berlin and Dresden, from each of which ho . holds credentials, and is also a qualitied master of the British Optical Association. All defn its of tlio sight corrected, and glasses specially adapted for ocular headaches. Your siqfht touted with the latest invented instrument. Consultation free of charge. Mr. Basser may be consulted in poison, so as to guaran tee the? best result. No travelling1 amenta employed. Solo ageut for the 11 So Easy" \ imles^ glasses. —0.
THE CANOWINDRA STAR Publishe Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
THE ;:CAIMOTSDR*'StA^ PubSlshadTFrWsy Morning. . l-'HIDAY, .1UNM3 17, 1010. Loess.!! and Genera!.' Mr .T MuTntoi-h, uuiiiionf-er. of Cowrn, ropoi ts Ii;>viny S"ld on account of Mr PntnrBhin hakerv ImsinrjfH nt Caiiowii.dra to Mr L 0 .liailpy, lalu of Millthorpo. An Vnjoyiiblo hronil-ftinl-Viutt")' Bocinl •was held in tiio local hn'II on Wi-dru's day ovmiing laet, whftii nl>nut thirty couples worn prison t. Miss T)igby and Mr Martyn supplied tlm mii-de, and MrT Murray aistml ns M.O. Thu committee of niniuie^iuont wnro Mukhir E M Finn, G Nttwnmti. 'P Murray, J K«rr, nnrl W Obirkn. M r Finn, on lich.ilf the commiU-u, M|ii&lt;cinllv thank ed tlm' nl»o Mivs'" I I.iii't for ns&lt;ihiinK in soi-Vinjj tlio rufie-liMiontn. J.lift MOCJ)HI Wat organised ill ««»»>in-uiisin wtlh tlio lion- piano fund, mid uli. nt LI was iinlti-'i for that ol-jnut.' Tjm Bii'CesH, hownvor, wim duo mainly to tlm pillro'impd of I)Ir- country- poopli', pcntilu in tlio town who Imvo beon vaili...
DESPAIRING SWINDLERS. A PLAYED-OUT TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
DESPAIRING SWINDLERS. A PLAYED-OUT TRICK. The three-card rick is at last played out. The other day at least twenty-four card swindlers went to Windsor to at tend the races, and they, returned home practically penniless. "At none of the metropolitan meet ings," . said one of the fraternity re cently, "can we find anybody to 'take us on.' We have to make long journeys into the country, and even the yokels are getting shy of us. We experienced a fair catastrophe last week. We made the long: and expensive railway journey to Devonshire, as a little meeting was advertised to come off near Plymouth, but when we got there we found that the races had been postponed for a week. Well, we hadn't got a half-penny, and we had to walk all the way back to Lon don. "To-day there is no business. We have scattered and ridden to the course two or three time by brake, and also on the river launches, but the people are too 'fly' for us, and the police have always got their eyes in our direction. "Yes, we...
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
Local Topicsfi Last week Mr A J Bassett, of Nyrang Creek, was the recipient of a g*old albert from the Oynosvin. Gregra .Railway League as ji slight recognition of his services as secretary of the League for some years. An enjoyable social party tookfpkce at " btiHsftx Farm," the residency of Mr John McGarron, on Friday even ing last, the occasion being the 21st birthday of Mr Wilfred (Fred) Mc Garron. Therq was a good number °f young people in the district present, and a pleasant time was spent. Prior to his departure from Q'oola gong to Mundooraii, Constable Tracey, who was stationed in (Joolagoiig for nearly ten years, was tendered a send off by a number of friends, who wished hiiu success in the future. In responding to the speeches made. Constable Tracey said the people of lioolagotig were the best class he ever met. July 4th has been gacotted a public holiday for Canbwiudia and Cudal ■districts. It is stated that the Manildra peoplo are going to urge for the continuation i of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
T— CANOWINDRA STORES! \ ' v/ WE CLOTHE THE PEOPLE. .*te 10%^ * m' - to-day opened up a Beautiful Assortment 0! Winter Weather Blankets, Rugs, and Ideown Quilts In conjunction with Blouslng, ' Flannels, Flannelettes, in all shades. As comparison Is the only effective test of value®we invite inspection, and content ourselves with offering you the Highest Quality at bottom price. For Instance: Blankets from 5s to 35s T. J. Finn STANDARD ALES AND STOUTS - BULK AND BOTTLED. BRJSW-SjE) Fltmi THE FINEST SELECTED MATERIALS. ^Tlie Drink of tbe iSeaeoa— SHANDY GAFF —King of Non-Alcoholic Beverages. Try it. C. J. DERWIN, PROPRIETOR, CARCOAR, COWRA AND CANOWINDRA. The AiistraHan Brewery. Brewers, Bottlers, Cordial and £ rated Water Manufacturers. The Shop for Hot Pies and Coffee. D. HALLINAQTS CENTRAL REFRESHMENT ROOMS. WHERE THE BEST FJRCTTS AND CONFECTIONERY CAN BE PROCURED. fj>cal Post Cards! A Pine Collection of Eost Card Views of Canowindra can "be procured from — r^EAIfEY, Up-to-date N...
TWO DAYS ONLY [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
TWO DAYS ONLY For two days only IochI resident will fiffam hnvo an opportunity of coiwultiiijr Sydney's loading opticians. On FRIDAY, JtTNE 17 till Noon on SATURDAY 18, Mit W. A. Taaff«, Sitfht Specialist for Angus and Cootc, 402 Gfiorpfo-street., may be consulted froo at BOYD'S VICTORIA HOTEL, Canowiridra. This old established firm is renowned throughout tho Coinraouwealtli for high-trrado work atstiiofcly moderate prir.es, ao sufToverA from oyo troubles should not hesitate to seo their M> Taaffo on Juno 17th j till mid-day on Saturday, Juae 18tU at Victoria HoUl.*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
Sack Specialists. Smith's are true Specialists. They devote all their time and talents to New and Seoond-hand Sacks. That's why you oan't beat 'em for New or Oaee-used Chaff Bags, New or Once-used Wheat Sacks, or Potato Sacks either in the large 4 Bushel. Size .or* the small stan dard size. So settle your Saok Sorrows by sending your order to T. Smith & Co., Ltd. Sussex Street, Sydney. LEE & KEENE, Engineers, CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA. Builders of Gas and OH Bngines. Repairs to all classcs of machinery. Correspondence invited. Country work has our best attention. PETER UNION TYRES For. ~ ..The Tyro wltb the Strong Casing.. Made Specially for Australian MOTORS, MOTOR CYCLES. ■ Roads; BICYCLES and TRICYCLES, HEAVY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Sydney Depot: 34 O'Consiell Street. TEL. 2195 CITY. Chas. B. PARKER AGENT, 39 Pitt 8t., 8ydnoy THE BEST for all good work where a High-class Finish Is required. It will stand the weather and will not blister, crack, peel ofl or fade. HOTEL MA...
CIVIC BONDS. THE PARIS COUNCIL TO VISIT LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
CIVIC BONDS. THE PARIS COUNCIL TO VISIT LONDON. Various inaccurate reports have ap peared from time to time in regard to the forthcoming visit of the Municipal Coun cil of Paris to London. On the authority of the chairman (Mr E. A. Cornwall) it it now definitely stated that 16th Octo ber has been selected as the date for the visit. It was during the first week in June that Mr Cornwall ascertained that the members of the Paris Council would, in all probability, welcome an Invitation to visit the English capital. As there is no machinery to enable the council as a corporate body to deal with matters of this kind, the chairman, after discussing the matter with the vice chairman and other members of the council, came to the conclusion that, if he personally entertained the president of the Paris Council as his guest, other members of the council and their friends would undertake to entertain members of the Paris Council. The chairman, there fore, on the 1st June, sent a forma] let ter o...
WAUGOOLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
WAUGOOLA SHIRE COUNCIL. The regular meeting of the above body took place at the Council Cham bers ou Saturday forenoon, wlion there were*presoiitCouncillors 1 J Slouo (Prohidoutj, J H Fagan, Jos. Smalla- ' combe, und J J Anderson. Au apology wns tendered for the absence of Or. Parcell. Accounts amounting to £122 10s 2d were passed for payment. Cu K lUiSL'U de n o h . From Mrs Kuto a Glassoh acknow ledging letter of condolence. -— Received. From Messrs P J Connolly and Co., Bangaroo, drawing attention to several wasliawaya on their property iu the vicinity of Bangaroo homestead, aud asking tho council tc have same attended to.—.Referred - to the Shire Engineer with power to act. From Mr Percy II Brien, complain ing of haviug been harshly dealt with by tho couucil through the cancella tion of his contract, and alleging that his case hud not been fairly stated by the Shire Engineer. With reference to the statement concerning lotters written October 11th and 25th, and December 15th, 190...
A MILITARY SCANDAL. IN MAYGAR LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
A MILITARY SCANDAL. IN .1IATGAE LAND. A-military scandal which certainly will influence the political situation in Hungary happened recently at Kaschau. The officers of the 34th Infantry Regi ment, of which the German Emperor is honorary colonel, were repeatedly at tacked by a local paper. The last at tack -reflected on an incident created by a". Hungarian gendarme now serving his time as. a i-eservist in that regiment. As the words of command in the Hunga rian gendarmie are given in Hungarian, the man, in his quality of sergeant, gave inadvertently1 a command in Hun garian instead of in German, and was slightly punished; A local paper pub lished a vehement comment " on this affair. , Two", officers presented themselves in •the, editor's room, asked him whether he was the author of the article, and in stantly "struck at his face. Seeing the editor pulling out a revolver the officers fell on him with their swords, wounding him severely in the head. The editor fell to the ground and f...
Dramatic Company. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
Dramatic Company. Mr Stanley McKay's Company, which nude such 11 splendid impres sion with local playgoers in .FeLiiuary last, is to pay a return visit on Fiiduy night, 1st July, when a two nights' season will commence with that favorite four act drama " The Two Orphans." This pUy admits of line costuming, and in this respect the McKay Oo'y. takes full advantage of the opportunity. On the tiaLuiUay the famous three-act farcical comedy " The Private Secretary" will bo pi educed. Tliia is one of the greatest laugh makers, and the season should draw bumper houses. Local thoutre-goers were enthusiastic over the talent of this company on their first visit, and doubtless their return will be liailed with welcome.
A SCHUMANN FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
A SCHUMANN FESTIVAL. It hns been decided to hold a Schu mann festival at Bonn next year. The birthplace of Beethoven has -a rather, mournful connection with Schumann, for the asylum in which he ended his days was iu the neighborhood of that town, and his flunl resting-place is in the city cemetery. The festival, which will last three days, is to be on a grand scale. On the' first day a symphony and Fnust will be performed; on the second a symphony, an overture, a piano concerto, and a choral work; and the third day will' be devoted to non orchestral compositions. Dr. Joachim, who directed a Schumann festival in 1873, and Herr Grater will lie the con ductors. Not Likely.—Mrs Sequel: I under stand your husband can't meet his creditors. Mrs Equal: I don't believe he particularly wants to.
THE BLUE DANUBE. FLOWING SEAWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
THE BLUE DANUBE. FLOWING SEAWARDS. Standing on the hill which commands Linz, and which serves as a place of re sort for the townspeople, one sees the Danube winding Its way like a thin blue ribbon through the broad plain'be low, until after many turnings it passes from sight. Up there its mud died waters seem truly blue, and its swift flow is an invitation to' that jour ney through wondrous scenery which generally ends at Vienna. That is the Danube of the tourist; the Danube of which the poets sing, and round which legends twine; but the sailor knows an other and a different Danube. I Our ship, a typical Tyne collier, black of hull and having only the beauty of utility, was pounding her way across the Black Sea, her blunt bows smash ing through the still water which curled from her bulging sides. Evening was approaching, and on the horizon a thin, black line, a mere thickening of the junction between sea and sky, marked the coast. Presently a lighthouse showed itself, backed by a li...
THE WIDE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
THE WIDE WORLD. Mr Silas IC. Hocking has just been presented with striking testimony of his popularity as an author among the peo ple in his native town. The chairman of the Board of Guardians at St. Aus tell, Cornwall (Mr Hocking's birth place), we learn fdom the "Christian "World," invited the townsfolk to a re ception; asking that each guest should bring a book for the Union House lib rary. Between four and five hundred persons attended, and 750 books were brought. Next day, on arranging the books, the workhouse-master found that twenty different people had brought twenty different books by Mr Silas I&lt;. Hocking. Evidently in Corn wall the prophet is honored in his own country. Charles Dickens was repre sented by ten volumes. The latest new postage stamps are a decided novelty. Issued in Italy, they are reserved for franking the corespon dence of the'-non-commissioned officers and men of the Italian Army. There are different stamps for various corps and regiments, and c...
Building and Construction. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
Building and Construc tion. The building trade in Oanowindra is as brink as in any country town in Lliu State at present. A couple of years ago Oanowindra was in every xofiso a " one horse town," and pos c 'ssed very few up-to-date buildings. However; as a result of the progress made during tho iast 18 months; and when the buildings now under con struction arerCoiupletod,.this"old town . will really bo transformed into a modern up-to-date place. Our local contractor, Mr Joyce, is at present exceptionally busy, having in hum! several largo contracts. He. is tuaking good headway with the erec tion of a two-storey brick, hotel fur Mrs Kerr. This building will have an imposing frontago of 70ft., and will be, a decided acquisition to the appear ance of that portion of the main street. ' It will contain seventeen commodious rooms. The same contractor has also in ada start with tho erection of the new Convent, a two-storey brick build ing to- cost about £1400. Ho has also secured tile cont...
A NON-POISONOUS SUBSTITUTE FOR TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
A NON-POISONOUS SUBSTITUTE FOR TEA. Many, especially nervous people, have' for a long time been seeking a palatable substitute for tea and coffee, without, however, having found satisfaction. We can now recommend such a substitute in Professor Ebbard's apple tea, which is not only free from any poison, but, it is claimed,, has the effect of purifying, ( and discharging the uric acid from, the]' blood more than any other substance, j This is due to the action of certain fruit j acids contained in the apple. Dr. T. Weiss demonstrated by' experi ment that 860 gr. apples with the peel caused an extraordinary excretion of uric acid, which lasted for two days, whilst experiments made for the same purpose with brandy and lemons failed altogether. Besides, the apple con tains the most Important nutri tive salts which we require to build' up a strong and ' sound nervous system. The apple is, in gene ral, on account of its qualities the most valuable of all fruits. The nutritive salts are con...
Lockwood Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910
Lockwood Debating Society. A meeting of the iibovo was hold in Lickwood Hair on the overling of Wednesday, 8th Juno. Prevent : — Messrs W J Monro ( President, in tho chair), A McDonald, F E Oruvon, S McDonald, F Wensloy, 11 Bassett, D Scrimshaw, I)1 Bassott. A und G Scrim shaw, VV Godfrey, J Fliodner, W ■ David.soi), H McDonald, D Blake, T Boyd, II Travoa, uud Misses Smith (2), und E Monro; also several visitors. After tho usual preliminary busi noss hud boon gone through, the dobato for tho ovoning was started— A Mock Stnto Election." . The spoakers dwelt at some length upon- the topics of the day; aftor which a vyto was taken, and resulted as follows:—La"bor—Mr A W Muir 8, Mr J Fliudnur 15 ; Liberal, Mr \V J Moore .5, Mr F E Oravon 5. The subject for next debate is " Aie Rabbits n Post or Blessing" ; Premier, Mr J Fliodner ; Lu'ador of Opposition, Mr A McDouuld.