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ROMANCE OF MAYORALTY. FROM SIR RICHARD WHITTINGTON TO SIR WILLIAM TRELOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

ROMANCE OF MAYORALTY FROM SIR RICHARD WHITTINGTON TO SIR WILLIAM TRELOAR. Tho most Impressive thing about the Mayoralty of London is its great anti quity. In Saxon and Norman times I„<5n don was an independent State, and the Chief Magistrate—the Portreeve, or the Bailiff—was an absolute ruler. The first Mayor was elected 717 years ago (11S9), and be was so popular that he retained the office for twenty-four years. The first Lord Mayor's pageant was in the reign of Henry VIII., find in it he figured as Chief Butler to Anne Bnleyn. Through the long intervening years tho Lord Mayor has retained many of his prerogatives as a ruler. Most people have no idea how extensive Ills privileges are. He has his own chaplain (in olden days, like the monarch, he had his jes ter, too) and badges of royalty are at tached to his ofiicc — the sceptre, the swords of justice and mercy, and tho mace. He has right of precedence in the city before all the Royal Family. Sol-> diers in any numbe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A JUDGE? [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE A JUDGE? Ono day a missionary from China caine to have tea In Teddy's hou.se. Teddy was only five years old; but lie Rat still and listened to what IiIk father and the missionary were talk ing' aHout. There was a great deal that a little boy. could not-'understand, yet there were other things that he remembered all his lito long. . As" lie went to bed that evening he asked, "Mother, may I. pray by myself?" Ills mother was glad that her .-little boy should wish to speak to Cod in his own words, and this is /what she/heard Teddy saying—if you and I mean It we can pray the same— "0 Lord, they are wanting to ^toll the peo ple, the hiack people, about Jesus. Do Thou noaKc a great ninny people Ko and listen thai they uiay know.about Jesus and be made good. And when they are'.trying. Lord, to do Thy work, Satan wlil he trying to stop them ; but do Thou kcop them safe, and not lot Sa-, tan touch them at all." One afternoon, a few days later, someone noticed Teddy lookin...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COWBOY'S COMPLIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

THE COWBOY'S COMPLIMENT. I HI inc. iNunlii'a says that thu pret tiest compliment hIio over recoivod in lier life was paid her by u cowboy ' utter a concert in Texas. A snow storm came on, find- she* hail "forgot ten to bring- lier warm ■■ over-shoos: A cowboy in tlio audience vbUintoorod to fetch them for her, Sho' accepted tho oiler gratefully.1' Tb lier. surprise,, ho only brought oru>; and had "to return for tho other. Nordica, in thanking him, said she "wiis sorry ho had . .to make two journeys for her. " Don't mention it, ma'am," returned .tho cowboy ; " L'm real sorry-you'ro not la contipodo." • ' . . "

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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ONE THING NEEDFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

ONE THING NEEDFUL. u ft.'ilo of <]om?atlr funrittiro in a Scot tish vffiaRp, tho aiietlonn-r »Vns trying to «»cll a. number of itomcstic uteUHll;:, including a porridge p«t. As usual ho was makflig a great fuss, Presently hl.s cyo c;iu«lit a well-known worthy, the beadle, KtnmJfnK at the back of tin? crowd and ho shoutod out— "M&iBtcr MTavluh, rmikc an offer- for this pot! Why, It would niakn a Bplcndld kirk bell!" "Ayo," ropJIed the beadle, "If your t^ »aa in it" . ttWut' im.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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MANTALINI IN PARIS. THE MAN DRESSMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

MANTAIilNI. IN PARIS. ■ •: THK MAN DRESSMAKER. - The man dressifiaker o£ Parjs is a slim young--' man with a long nose and big, winsome eyes. , ' . - "Wearing, ci grey frock coat and patent leather shoes—corseted /and. powdered 'and'perfumed—he its more tliaV'a 'innjnj; he is a dress-maker. lie Is saturated . with dandyism. •' It is not of an offen sive'kind, says the. "Liverpool Dally IJost."' ■; His manners are a strange mixture of humility and insolence, for he is at once a tradesman and . an artist. -And he talks, talks, . talks—bending his slim body into polieo ■ curves—gesticulating with his thm, white hands—rolling his eyes-in their, painted orbits; the while he fumbles silks and'velvets and satins and lace and wool. • The mere man who comes into a dress maker's shop of :an afternoon—in Paris no one goes to the dressmakers save only in the afternoon—begins by sneering at . this. fantastic, creature. That mood does not last long. Contempt gives way to admiration.• -• There is ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MURDERED GIRL CYCLIST. ASSAILANT'S DEATH CAUSED BY POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

MURDERED GIRL CYCLIST ASSAILANT'S" DEATH CAUSED JiY POISON I NO. The Hampshire c6roiie# on iJGth October held.an inquest in the village schoolroom at Jiramdcan on tho bodies of ISthelMary Pooling and Ar thur George Jewell, the girl cyclist and her murderer. •The jury' found that the girl •.•.was wilfully murdered liy .Jewell, . who afterwards committed suicide while in a sound state of inind—a-verdict of .Felo-de-se. The fathers of the victims of the roadside tragedy met in the'porch: of the school-house' and silently''shook hands, and then stood together'in tjie little room in which the inquest was held. .John Peeling said, that thoro was only a little frlnedslili) between his daughter and -Jewell. They were never projieitv engaged. .Jewell never came to his house, and he never spoke to him, hut ho objected to the friend ship, and forbade his (laughLer to go out with him. Air I'adwiick, of the Manor l''ann, who was culled lo the scene of tho murfler, said that there\w ere no marks ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CANDIDATE FOR MARRIAGE. SEEKS PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

candidate for marriage. SEEKS PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER;. A French shepherd named-.Breton;:- of t A'ilennain. in the department Loir-et Clier, has become imbued with-the idea .that, lie is destined to marry President •Kallieres' daughter. Some montfi's ago (lie obviously wCak-witted -rustic, ,-\vlio is 35 years of ago. made his way to 1'aris, nnd was found wandering in the grounds of the Ely see. ■■ ■*: ; His behavior ^excited suspicion.. . He was ■ arrested, interrogated, and sent back to his .-village.. Last Sunday,--the poor lunatic, who is perfectly-harmless, set out ou Ills Journey.-afresh, but as lie had told stmie villagers of his intention, lie was stopped at tlie neighboring .sta tion of Beauguncy, in 'the act bfMxmrd ^ing a train to I'aris. Brecon was decked out. in the traditional bridegroom's Hil ary as usual-ill those parts,- and carried ilic customary linger cotton umbrella which never fails on such festive expe ditions.' • - • The man patiently allowed-himself to be taken ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DOVER BREAKWATER. A STEAMER CHARGES. DAMAGES, FORTY THOUSAND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

THE DOVER BREAKWATER. : ■ A STiSAMKJt CHARGES. DA I \GES, FORTY THOUSAND., I TJie.Swedish .steamer Olaus Olss'oh, i ontering Dover Harbor at midnight i. on-';.. Saturday,'' 21st October,- crashed I broadside oir into the 'f oiithci n break kwater-works.- Tlio noise of -the colli ! sioji was heard all over Dover town. The- heavy: piles of the hroakwate" i: were ., broken, • and two - of the huge goiiath'"' cranes, weighing. 400 - tons each, fell across the decks. , llockets s.weru fired; the; lifeboat was launched, and the Hod Star : liner Finland sot .-her syren going ; tio summon assist ance. Steaming up to the wrecked vessel, - the Findland displayed tho wholu' of .her elucLriclights,..to. rtindcr easier the work -of; rescue.:" Iv . , With some dilliculty, the'cV'ew" arid : passengers'- of the Swedish " boat wei;c ! -got;-ofl. Several ^wom^ni; fainted, frcinv . terror and could not be revived until ■ tlicy had. been placed on shore.: For- j tunately, no sprious injuries were re- j...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Boree Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

Boree Shire Council. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held on the 14 th inst., when thore was a full atteudnuce of the Councillors. The President, in his minute, reported that the credit balauce stood at £2048 9s 6d. Te.vders. For erecting shed at the Eugowra sanitary depot the tender of Mr J. Haulon, Canowindra, for £49 15s was accepted. The tender of Mr J. Scrim shaw for £ 132 was accepted for work on the Nanima road. For work on tho Boree-Manildra road there was only one tender, Mr J. CosteUo'g for £'225 2s 3d No tender was accepted for the erection of sign-boards, etc., or contract Boree-Manildra road, both of which were left in tho bauds of the Engineer to have carried out out if possible. Tho Eagineer reported that he had visited Uanowindra, and interviewed a doputatior from the Progress Associa tion asking that certain work be carried out in the town, and he con- - sidered this work should bo done. The President (Or. Finn) moved that the Engineer be instructed to. p...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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MINERAL WEALTH. GREAT BRITAIN'S OUTPUT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

MINERAL WEALTH. GliEAT BRITAIN'S OUTPUT. Minerals raised in Great Britain in •1*905 aggregated over 1,95,000.000 in value. Vustly the greater part- cf this sum was represented by coal, which readied" the enormous total of 230,128,930 tons in weight.- This is the. greatest output ever recorded. though-' the value, at 1,82,038,553, was less-.by over a '.'.million'and a half tli.an m 1901, owing to ; the fall in the average prices of. coal from' 7s 2'58d per ton- to . 6s ll'38d. The coal was. disposed of,as follows 1 - Tons. Exported 67,100,645 Consumed at 'home....'168,068,291 , (3.910 tons per lienil o£-Uio-,popuiatlon).> ; Nearly ^ oncrhalf of the pig-iron manufactured vin '.1 the,, country was made from^n'on-or#3 raisecl at home, which ••amounted ."tcF'ldiSOO.JJO!} tons, ■ an^-increase ; of 816,421 tons . over 1904-. 'It is an- interesting fact that :tlie imports-of iron-ore (chiefly from Spain) were only haJV'of the quantity nnnod at home, though they made inc*;o ■ uian. as muc...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A Pointed Moral. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

A Pointed Moral. Oh. tvndssman, in thine hour of o e •, If on this hook you should c c c, Tulce our ndvico mul now Vie'y y y Go Hrniipjht ahead «nd ndvert i i i. You'll find the pr.ijoct of some u U. u. ' Nosili'ct cm offer no nt q q q, Ho wisB ut ojc<\ prolong .your d a a a, IA silent business sooa do k k fc»

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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PLIMSOL LINE ALTERED. NEW PERIL TO SEAMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

PLIMSOL LINE ALTEliEB. NEW PERIL TO SUSAMEN. - The-.famous ''Pllmso),!" line, marking the depth to which ships may he loaded, lias recently been altered, with the re sult" thfit many cargo steamers are noxv ■Gtn. to Gin. deeper ii\—- the water than .. herotoiui£'"' . Practical seamen say that this must .undoubtedly Increase the danger to herivlly-ladon ships. The •pllleers of the Mannlngtrce, n ship -winch has gone '•"down a hundred miles frc-m the Azores, niscued in the nlelc ol' tlipe by another ■ vessel, called the Vera, saO that the win ter will tell a terrible talt/oC disaster ow ing to the alteration of ! 1 *,0 Pllnisoll line-. The change makes a g'/ t.t difference in B rough sea, they say.' \ A prominent official of the Board ot Trade explained the alterations which have been made. "It was found," he said, "that foreign ships, those of Ger many, for instance, could load deeper than ours, and thus had a great advant age. Those interested in the matter pointed out that modern s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd, Capital Paid Up.. £1,500,000 0 0 Reserve Fund.. £1,310,000 0 0 Reserve Capital £1,600,000. 0 0 Liberal Advances Made on Ap-' proved Securities. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at Interest. All Usual Banking Business Trans acted. V. JJLATCHFOKD, Alanngor Cunowindra Branch. 18/1/99 E Mr. Horace Jones, • Dentist, .(Formerly of Macquarie St., Sydney). Consultation Honrs at the Canowindra Pharmacy 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. week days. Wednesdays 9 a.m. tu '1 p.m. Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m." Except Alternate Sundays, 9 to 6 p.m., Public Holidays 9 to 1 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m SURGEON :: DENTIST, COWRA, & # Will visit Canowindra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Date of Next Visit, 2nd and 3rd JULY. E. M FINN, SOLICITOR £•1,310,000 0 0 Mr. B. JONES and Commissioner for Affidavits, The Junction Mote! Under itH New ALuniigomoiit. M I. COONEY, (Ltilo of Imperial Hotel, Mudgoo). —will■ Blill roimiiii — - - THE HOTEL - - At wliioli tlio host of Aficoininudauoi...

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DANCER AND PROFESSOR. A PANTOMIME SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

DANCER AND PROFESSOR. A PANTOMIME SKETCH. When 1 reached the little man's studio I found the doors still close;!, but already a client awaited him. She was a woman about thirty, who somehow contrived to appear well dressed In a shabby imitation skin coat and small, dusty, round hat probably velvet. Now and again wc eyed one another curiously. Pantomime season was approaching, and already Processor Duval's services were greatly in demand, only an excep tionally bad attack o£ rheumatism had kept him out of London so late in the year. Presently X caught sight of his queer little figure hastening blithely to wards us; bent as a bow he was, and supple as the string of it. He was talk ing very cheerily to himself, as usual, breaking occasionally into some, quaver ing- fragment of melody — mind and limbs equally active. The prospect of work was always peculiarly invigorating to the Professor. • . <-• Ho greeted us in an almost paternal fashipn, and- locked, the door. -"That's ri...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1910. Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

CMQWSN&RA STAR Published Friday Morning. RRI DA Y, JUN.15 1010. Local Topics. Mr Wmlilell has arra'ngod with the Deputy. Chii:f ComtuitiHioner for a couple of canifigos io be at t,u:!n>d ti the npuoial train that' will go to Ciino wiridra on Monday,'1th July, ho thai the children of tho towii and district may he givou a run out some miles and back during tho day* l)on't Argue ! Although Parker's aro li'.isy every day, thoy aro roudy for your business.* In this issue n correspondent writing in reference to the sanitary condilion of this town accuses the Roreo Shirft Council of ignoring . the Board of Health officer's roport. Wo can in form; our correspondent '.hat ho in totally in error mollis matter, for the' Council dealt with (ho report, and instruetod thoiv own sanitary innpi-cioi t.r furnish a report on what should he dono. Of cutuso if tho Council is no I. hurrying along the installation of a Hnni'"iry. service tliPre will bo good grounds for an indignation meeting o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

Mr (t W. QiiffiHi, of Mrwiildra,' president of fclio Ha|>t ist Uni'in, wns taken to tho Molimg Hoftpitul on Tuosdav,sufft»i-inw.'from sevoro iiijuries to tlie face causod by a horse kiokin" him. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.—ls 6d. Australian Mutual Provident Society. Head Office: 87 Pitt Street. Sydney. 8 LOST POLICY. T is the in«iitioii of the Society on or after tj/e TWENTY-FIFTH day of JULY next, to/issim^HpSeial PoKcy ill place of Policy NcK^2S3,249 ok tKe life of EDWAAfjyMOSS, which "is ^reclared to have b^'en/Durntxl / \ Dat'ed/&t Sydue^lrre-TwfentjVirst day of June^ 1910. / \ H. W. APPBRLY, Secretary. Fruit Trees for Sale. | the undersigned, am prepared ot S supply all kinds o£ well-grown FKUIT TKEE8 at £4 5a per 100 landed at Oowra. Tlieso trees are grown in one of the best Nurseries in Sydney. By placing your order with me I can advise the best kinds to suit the.district. All trees axe guaranteed. Alsi) I have large quautitios of PE...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Cowra-Canowindra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

Cowra ■ Canowindra Railway. Thus the Oowra " Free Press:— " Our townsfolk aro reminded tlmt tho odioial opening of tho aliovo lino takes place ol Monday, 1th proximo, and it is to be hoped that they will uttond tho celebration of tho notable event at Oanowindra on that date in largo num bers. Tho people) of Canowindru have made eluboruto preparations for the reception and entertainment of a large number of visitors, and it is our duty to evince a neighbourly spirit and our appreciation of theiv efforts by joining; right heartily with them in a function of historic interest to all con cerned. Our neighbours have been long uudor the very serious erroneous impression that tho Cowraites have boon opposed to Canowindra getting a railway, it being assumed that tho tradespeople here feared that consider able loss would be sustained through being deprived of the traffic to and from our re'lway station, also that trftdo which now comes this way would, with railway facilities, be attracted to...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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TOO LOVING HUSBAND. 932 KISSES IN A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

r TOO LOVING HUSBAND. 932 KISSES IN A DAY. ! ! From Paris, un 20th October,' the J correspondent of the "London ''J)aily ^lail" wrote:—. I A curious ease of conjugal iiifoljcity came before the Paris . Assize Court i .yesterday. v.. "; j At- theyfieginning of the ' yeai; a. young woman was married to a. man named Handout, but a fortniglitylater | she ; returned to the Iioine of. her pa | r.cnts, stating thaL she had left her husband because lie was too fond, of her. : . •••' During the honeymoon, she said, he made love incessantly, and one day gave her 932 kisses. Unable to en dure so nuicli affection, she instituted divorce proceedings.. At ,the last henning Uaudent fired a revolver at his wife, but the bullet happily missed her. In answer to her recriminations aho said: "I have loved vou passionately ; for ten years. \on have never loved i me." - ,| He was "acquitted, -and it. is expect ed that his wue win; wiinara\v the divorce proceedings.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

CANOWINDRA STORESI WE CLOTHE THE PEOPLE. We have to-day opened up a Beautiful Assortment of Winter Weather Blankets, Rugs, and Eider-down Quilts in conjunction with Blousing, 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 T. J. Finn STANDARD ALES STOUTS - BULK AND BOTTLED, BREWED FROM THE FINEST SELECTED MATERIALS. ffThe Australian Brewery. J Brewers, Bottlers, cordial and Crated Water Manufacturers. •The Drink of the {season— SHANDY GAFF —King of JNTon-Alcobolio Beverages. Try it, C. J. DERWIN, PROPRIETOR, CARCOAR, COWRA AND CANOWINDRA. The Shop for Hot Pies and Coffee. D. HALUNAN'S CENTRAL,REFRESHMENT ROOMS. ,.«nre. • ■ WDLiy?-lifE BEST FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY CAN BE PROCURED. s1Local Post Cards! > t . - . ... ■ L; }&."A Fine Collection of Post Card Views of Canowindra can froril" '• ' ' V...

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Correspondence THE SANITARY CONDITION OF THE TOWN OF "LET-IT-SLIDE." (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

Correspondence THE SANLTA.RY CONDITION OF THE TOWN OF "LET-IT-SLIDE." (To the ILditor). Sir,-—In your issue of 17th instant you refer to the progress of Cano windra. Progress certainly is being made ir. the building line, hut what, may I ask, is being done by the Boree Sliire Council in regard to the dis graceful condition of sanitary affairs ,in Canowiudra, or the town of "Let it-slide ?" Can you sir, tell me of any civilised community where such a condition of affairs would be allowod to exist ? No, not where white people live? Port Said (about tlie dirtiest city on the earth) is clean compared to Oanovvindra, and the Chicago kill ing beds (you know what Sinclair said' of their " high quality " in "The [Jungle"). Well they are "beds of i violets " compared te the stiuks that j I assail one in the Drain-street of " Let it-slide " township. Unfortunately it 1 is all let slide down the big drain misnamed a street. Horse manure, soap sude, bath water, and other evil smelling liquids a...

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