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THE LANDLORD SOLD. A CLOSING TIME SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

: THE LANDLORD SOLD. A CLOSING TIME SCENE. A laughable scene occurred recently, according to the "Deutsche Tageszei tung," In the village of Prytz. The night watchman had died, and as candidates fair.'the vacant post were not quickly forthcoming, it was arranged that the villagers themselves should take turns at the usual nocturnal rounds with bugle and lantern. One day tho village innkeeper's turn came, but, not over anxious to do his share In preserving the peace, he ar ranged with his potman to take his place. The latter agreed, and assumed the dig nities of oflice. On his" round late at night he perceived that though it was long after closing time there'were still guests in the village taproom. Mindful of his duty, he entered his employer's es tablishment, and in the name of the law' called upon the proprietor to clear the room, "and close the place. Jeered at for his pains, the watchman-potman pro ceeded to take one of the recalcitrant topers by the collar with the object of re...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Money In Tailow! [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

"'Mbnev In TaSloyi/! .... .tilHt r.liiiik "gf {if, ..' Mi*. Farmer, you Bun -{jet- 8/.••for;i« lCmwrnie Tin full, at iho Gi)« r,vS'!ft|i. Work*, Brisb'ano. St.. Empty titid givou away" iuauy-quun tity * ' - | ■

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH HOLIDAYS THE NORTHERNMOST SPA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

ENGLISH HOLIDAYS THE NORTHERNMOST SPA. Peffe^Iar°ld Begble wrltGS £rom Strath voiV!,3, stran^e thing- that it should need the excuse of a tumbler of water tasting of wet blankets and bad eggs for a journey to this wild and tremen dous region of Scotland. -Strathpeffer lies a little inland from Cromarty Firth, on the north-west of Inverness, the ancient capital of the "d,s- 14 is a largo village, com posed chiefly of hotels and boarding houses, and built almost entirely of plnlc-grey stone with the coldest of slate roofs. Every house on the uneven ground is surrounded by its own garden, ana the village at no point presents an appearance of straight streets and regu lar terraces. In the midst of the verdant strath, under the cooling shadow of many trees, and shielded on every side by mountainous hills, it keeps an inde pendent and an isolated life, each house, as it were, a free lance in the commun ity of stone. All about it are the vast £ind rolling Highlands, Ben Wyvis lift ing his ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cargo Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

Cargo R5f3e Club. ' On Thursday night, 9th inst.; -the. Annual mooting of the Cargo Rifle' Club was hold fur tho election uf olficors for tho ensuing your at Mrs 0 W Marshall's Koval II..tel. ' Tho; following officers wore f looted :— Patron, J . M , Atkinson, E-q , J. P.; President,' Hon, T. Wadduli; vice Presidents,. Messrs J S Mayn?,- F A Webb. W A Mnyno, aiid 0 W. Mar shall ; Captain. W M Collins ; Troa Mm>r, A J' Quick ; Secretary, "AVJ, MoLonald ; Guarantors, Messrs W M Collins and .T W Hamilton; Auditors,' Messrs P Tinuhins and J W Hamil ton; Gommittei'inim, Messrs 10 1'oadeii. PTimmins, A H Sargent., and J AV .Hamilton ;- '.Selection-.; Committee, Messrs AV M Collins, 11 W Hamilton, and T 13 Fisher. -• The Club has an onrolmbnt of 87 members for tho your, and exorcism! R'2 through tlieir annual 'musketry course', for. tho year ending 30th inst'; fired onn match with Oudal team; competed for 11 trophies presented as prizes to the club, by tho ; business people' of the town...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bridge at Merriganowry [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

Bridge at Merriganowry On his rfltuin from Co.ivra a fnw' days ago,. Mr Wnddull nt onoo coui muiiii.'al'fd ' wit It his. ctillonguo, tlu> Minister lAir Woikn, and urged that au otigiiiuor bu sent as .soon us pustjiblu to ioport upon tiiii advisability .>f thi.s work, iwid alwo to .solace tlio site whore' thy Liid^o should be orciet.od. Mr Lyu had a^'iood to send an ufficor, and tho local ri^idiuii.-) will bu udviaod oi\ thu datu of his visit.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cheap Excursion to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

Cheap Excursion to Sydney. i Thoro will bo u choup excursion tniiii to Sydnny and iiitorinodiute staiimis from Ooivra,- on JJuue 28th, loavii.gni 7 .J/i fi in. Tho fares will bo ■ni. tho r;iti' of din gin fure f(>r the-double journoy, uiui tlio tiokuta will be avail ublo for return f.;r one month.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Railway Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

Railway Picnic. A mooting w'us hold- on Wednesday, of tlio oom.niiiue appointed* to draw ui> hug^obtiuurt re thu monster picnic to bo In-Ill on the clay-of tho opening of tho v:ui\vay. There wore prosrfiit : — Mussi'H \V 11 Truvos (in tho chair), iiroihurtou, Ularko, Conk, JDunkloy, J li'iuii, Murray, Alcl) uiagh, AlcDouuId, iiDil Any win. It. was decided to iu>iko a number of bii^y-iHl i.n'js aud recommendations. it was oiMiHidurod that in tho absonco of any dofinilM ii-formation us to Inno of arrival of tho Ministerial party it is a'diflicalt innt toi to arrahgo. th« pro gramme for Uio unrly portion of tho day's proceedings. AHHUiniiijjtli.it. tlio train will arrive at S) a.ai itshou'd Ins mot by memberd'of the local raii frtiy league, the presidfnt to welcome the'parly to tlio town and district. 1 Mr Lavorcoinbo stated iliat ho would give the use oi Iim motor ear for con voying '.ho Miiii.iiois to lioydV hotol. Alessrs 8(joaro and U'irley to bo iuvit ed to have their motor ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

Correspondence. HONOR TO WHOM HONORIS DUE. ' '.To The Hditor). Sir,—Mr Geo M'ddleton is ' evidently, .very much-hurt; and is very much mis taken sis to the identity of the correspon dent. Might I quote a few words from a well-known writer apropos of the fuss.— " lid him be kept from paper, pen and ink sutnay he cease to write and learn to think." PETER'S MATE.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NATURAL LIFE COMFORT FOR THE DESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

THE NATURAL LIFE COMFORT FOR THE DESPONDENT. There Is much talk nowadays about de generacy. We are warned on the one hand that we must lead the simple life, and told on the other that in the course of a generation or two we shall all be bald and toothless. In face of these dis mal forebodings, it is refreshing to come across stories calculated to encourage . the natural life. Here are three such stories which should bring comfort to the despondent:— An Italian correspondent of ths "Lan cet" says that just before the Supreme Pontiff was about to solemnise the se cond anlversary of his promotion to the Holy See he had one of his recurrent at tacks of gout. Dr. Lapponi was called in, and left his august patient with strict injunctions to spare himself the tran saction of all but the least harassing business. Punctually carried out, the physicians's prescriptions within 48 hours enabled his Holiness to give more than one audience, and the following day to receive a deputation of some fo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADIES IN CHURCH. HEADS MUST BE COVERED1 VICAR CLOSES HIS CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

LADIES IN CHURCH. HEADS MUST BE COVEREDl j VTO ATf nT,nRF,S T-TTR nT-TTTT? r!TT '! Recently a cable message was pub lished describing an incident which happened in Canterbury Cathedral, and which excited a good deal of comment and a long correspond ence in the newspapers. Several ladies : who were visiting- the Cathedral . without any covering on their heads.i were excluded from the building by j the authorities, on the ground . that-: they were disregarding the usual rev-j erent custom that women should have ; the head covered in church. . i i The movement in favor of the cus- . toni insisted on by the Canterbury [ Cathedral authorities is supported by the English Church Union, an as-' sociation formed in 1859 for the, "'do- ■ •fence .of the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England and of the rights and liberties of her faithful children." I The "Daily Mail" reports another Incident of a similar character. . j j The Bov. G. M. Pa:--sons, vicar of j St. Crantock's; Newquay, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DINNER TABLE. HINTS FOR HOSTS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

THE DINNER TABLE, HINTS FOR JTOSTK Mr Henry W. Lucy writes in the London "Daily Mail"«— While through the London season dinners accumulate, conversation de cays. Obviously good talk at a din nei' table is a possibility based 011 the familiar principle of Mrs Glasse's culinary instruction. First catch your conversationalist, then make him talk. You cannot always expect to enjoy with fish and roast the plea sure _ of supremely good talk. Like painting, music, and'acting, the num ber of masters of the art of conversa tion is extremely limited. But there is talk of sorts, and sonic sorts are . better than none. TIXE AitT 01.' PAIKING GUESTS. 1 he dearth of enlivening conversa tion at the 'average dinner table is duo to certain arrangements which hosts niul hostesses follow with the docility with which sheep jump through a gap when the leader shows I the way. The ordered thing for a j man at a dinner party lis to talk to the lady to whom he has been told i off. That'is occasionally a gra...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rails Affected by Tunnels. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

Ralls Affected by Tunnels The comparative immunity from rust of mils that run in tbo open, mid are in con joint u«e, depends largely upon certain eleo trio influences communicated to them by passing trains. In tunnels, however, tlis Atmospheric conditions tiro less favourub/o, Mid must bo taken into i)ccount. The mil* do not lie exposed to the influence of r.uri and air, and the prevailing dampness constantly Induces a thin film id dust, which na con stantly is cleared off by the wheels. Thui the me.tiils are corroded and reduced more rapidly than in the easo whore less humid influences prevail. Moreover a constant, cloud of steam and smnko hangd heavily within a tunnel, olnirgud with chemical tgents which attack the surface of the rails, and contribute to their destruction..

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

Mrs. Oldonstle: "Beally, your little dio. oer last night was quite recherche." Ilet Hostess : "Oh, dear, I just knew •bat took would muko a botoh of it nam* •rr " Don't Argue ! Yim di-n't nt-ed it Telesc pi to see the Reductions at PAEKER'S, tliey are Enorinvis.* V

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABSOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

ABSOLVED. (By MAMIE HEANEY). When his daughter, Milly, entered 'his little library, Gilbert Fairfax was arranging some books in a bookcaso. Gilbert Fairfax was a man of fifty. Keep lines on. his face told of trouble and anxiety. That morning Milly had been out sketching, and had had a pleading adventure. She was eager to tell her father. : . ' "I havcbeen talking to the stran ger who is staying at Rcdbank,"'shc, began. ''-He is here (or the benefit of his health, having had a serious ill ness." " ; Her father looked surprised, until she explained how innocently she had come to moot the stranger. "Ho has been giving you a stock of informa tion,''- remarked her father. "Who is he—what is his'name?" "Oscar May no," replied Milly. " Three books came ; tumbling down from the shelf. . "Let mo arrange them, you' dear old clumsy," said his da'ughtor,;, going' to his assistance. As she re placed the books, Gilbert Fairfax left the room abruptly. Ho .was a man his neighbors, did not i underst...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
india's Interesting but Bewildering Religions. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

indla's Interesting: but Bewildering Religions. The oldest religion in India, It is ata'fcj in the GcneruIKeport on the Indian Census ol 1901, is the medley of uncomfortable super stitions known na Animism, which conceives s[ nmn as beset by shapeless phantasms, mostly impersonal, requiring diligent propi tiation by rites and magical formula). Thonr returned as Aniinists number 8,580,000, mostly found in Bengal. In the higher forms of Hinduism pantheism is found closely as sociated with a deeply ingrained belief in transmigration, and a still more universal belief in " karma." Between the extremes of tiractical magic and pantheistic nieta pnysics, Hirictui.-.m Isclud;; ~ wilderinft variety of pessimistic creeds. The ninnhei •f Brahmanic Hindus in 1901 was 207,050, 657, or seven in ten. of the population Mahouiedans numbered 02,458,077, or 0 pel cent, more than in 1891. The actual beliefs and practices of the Mussulmans differ con siderably, and the uneauuitted are deeply in fected w...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO FEDERATE EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

TO FEDERATE EUROPE. Mr Francis William Fox, in the "Dally News," suggests that, in addition to The Hague International Court of Arbitra tion, a Supreme International Consulta tive Court should be established for deal ing with the settlement of International questions; and thnt its constitution might . include the Prime Ministers or Chan cellors, together with their respective Ministers for Foreign Affairs, of Ger-. many, France, Great Britain, Russia, Austria, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Switzerland Sweden, Norway, Greece, and Roumania, Mr Fox suggests, furthoi, that the President of the Court should be chosen alternately", from the Prime Ministers or Chancellors; of Germany, "Great Britain, France, Rus-; sla, Austria, and Italy; and that, except every two years. 'Looking back upon the six months of tlie past session, I, for one, cannot re- _ gard It as otherwise than largely a waste of time. Taking a score or more of my own colleagues, men qualified by every ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tobacco Secrets Smokers Should Know. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

Tobaeeo Secrets Smokers Should a Know. How many people, even among tho mnil confirmed smokers, know what is tho diflu ence between Turkish and Virginian tolis ;■ cot? ? The smoker, ol course, can tell ymi which is which at the first whiff; but if you a«k him what the original distinction is be tween the two he will tell you that one comes from Turkey and the other from the States. Ho is wrong You could grow 'Turkish and Virginian tobaccos in the same field, for they are merely iwo different varieties of. the same plant. Turkish is the leaf of "Nico tiana llustica," while Virginian is " Nico kiana Augustipolia." Of coursetbe two nie often blended by tobacconists. Again, what sonstitutes the difference between " strong '• and "mild " tobaccos 1 It ic simple 'enough. The strong product is so manufactured that it bums badly --or,' perhaps one should say, lluwly—the result being that tho contained nicotine-is distilled in an unaltered state. Mild tobaccos are those which burn well, md th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR "HYGIENIC ALSATIAS." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

OUR "HYGIENIC ALSATIAS." The "British Medical Journal" writes : —"Many people seem to regard any sea side town as a kind of hygienic Alsatia, as a place, In short, In which they can throw all the ordinary rules of a healthy life to the winds. This Is by no means the case.v Sea winds may be pure, but the air of an over-crowded bedroom is as Impure and unhealthy by the seaside as It would be Inland; wet boots and damp clothing are not leas undesirable because of the admixture of a certain percentage of salt; and promiscuous meals of buns and bulls' eyes, though permissible just after a bath, are not less deleterious to delicate digestions because bought and .consumed on a beach; nor, it may be added, is blueness of the skin a symptom of undesirable cold any the less because brought about by a sea bath."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

CORRECT EYE TREATMENT ERNEST BOSCH, FS.M ., London Optician, Corner Martin Place and Pitt; Street, Sydney, opp. G.P.O If yuu value tlie precious {rift of Sight, if you wish to retain it, you will consult an Optician who places absolute accuracy in Correcting Eye Defects above evi»ry other consideration. I am simply and solely an Optician, aiid my Expert Representa tives have made a life-long study of (he Eye, When you come to me you can be sure of obtaining the very best Eye service in the country. My Expert, Mb. C. Meyers, so well-known to residents of Oanowindra, will aguin visit 'his town ui,d may bo seen at the Victoria Hotel eurly in July, on all Eye Troubles. For exact d 11 to write to Sydney. , Put,on Your Overcoat! If you have not got one go to C H. BUSHSLl & COY. And get one of their latest. You will find they are the grandest lot ever s^own in Canowindra; that's an un , controvertable truth, jand the prices run from "JOs 6d, ■ 17s 6d, 25s to 37s 6d. SHIRTS! SHIRTS!...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Carcoar P.P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 17 June 1910

tCarcoar P.P. Board. £ 'i16 Carcoar Pastures Sotl°n ^oar<i was held at the Stock office on the 7th inst. Pjesent: Meeers J J. llcpjjee (Chairman), J 1 Ru *™landa> A- W- Whit McL Ewens SoEt^ell, and 3. jr*|' {' ^fcPhee was unanimously .wSrii*,'™",o'th* ™,uing eI«W'iSf". *" UDan,WjualJr Accounts amounting to£27 2e 6d were passed for payment. a JJ°,Ud/d 'n,t'le correspondence was a copy of a solution from the Bnmbala ' u-°a aa Allows:— "That daJfh 8t0u'c ^e p'aced entirely un «heV^'8TT:r,,^iation!i 89 travelli"K m ;;r,ho resolution was ' received ' Bo*™)' waa appointed the t,,rZ n del,e?a'° t0 attend the Pas £ fit,? * Convention on 4th July flS 7 and " was decided to hold the next meetu'g of the Board on the J, ta TJ?r t0 dif,UU89 the h,i8i th» rln?p6r convention boforo tie delegate went down. MrOWfl8''"" °f l.he aPPoi»traent of O J?v«?T /?"*"' of Woodstock, Mr J from the Dolmen""' ,6C0lVti lor nnT th!- 2s'anahri Board asking lutfon- -n"a !" U'" rej ditionn'no » • "' ow"'...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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