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GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
GLEANINGS. A kind word of sympathy is often a greater boon than money. The happy girl is she who tries to make others happy around her. If everyone practised what they preach, what a different world this would be! A girl cannot do much good or evil' to others without doing much good or evil to herself. Grasp- the trifling affairs of ordinary daily life, if you want to do good—don't wait for any special opportunity. Keep clcar of personalities in. general conversation. Talk of things, objects, thoughts. The smallest minds occupy themselves with personalities.. ,
HOP-FIELD ROMANCE. MAJOR PROPOSES TO A PRETTY HOP-PICKER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
HOP-FIELD ROMANCE. MAJOR PROPOSES TO A PRETTY HOP-PICKER. The Tollbridge correspondent of the "Evening News" says:—J. am in ex clusive possession of ■■particulars of a romantic story from- the hop-fields. A City gontleman, u retired; major living in the West lCnd, not a hun dred yards from the Marble Ar.ch, while motoring with -.a party, of friends through the hop gardens'; in the parish of Gapel, near Tonbrklge, became so captivated „ witli . one : of the young women pickers that ho straightway made her an offer ;of marriage, which she at once condi tionally accepted. Certain preliminaries, have to be ar ranged before any names can bo pub lished, but I sought- out the happy i younfc lody, whose personal • charm was at onco impressing, and whoso nimbleness of finger in picking the; hops was second to none in the gar den. . - - These two must have been contributing factors to the capliva tion of the major. The bride in-. em bryo . infornjpd mo in all simplicity that it was such a sur...
Railway Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
Railway Banquet. ' A meeting of 'the local.-Bail way - '■League.was hnld yesterday afternoon to acoept tenders for catering; for the banquet.- About' fifteen . members •were present. .Four tenders were received, ; the respectire tenders being as fallows : — Mesdanies Macrae aud Atkinson, Canovvindra, ■ 9s (id per .head; Mr -Bates, Cowra,: 9 &lt; 6d ; Sar^enta, : Syd ney, 10h; Mr 13 P. Bray; .'Sydney; 8a ..6(1 por head: These amounts did not in clude liquors, but everything else Mi Bray also,(.endured'- to supply' liquors at 3s per bead extra. -.■-■■ It was decided to accept Mr Bray's tender at 8/G, and-to guarantee 100 ; also to pinuure all wine.-, spirits, etc., required from the Cunowindrn, hotel keepers. -Adiscussion.'took place ' re "the.'-'ad-' visabilitv of limiting- the number of tickets for sale or the timo las disponing of lliem, so is to avoid any confusion at the last minute,-but noth ing definite was at rived at. This mattor will probably be furth er discussed at...
THE MANURING OF POTATOES. AN EXPERIMENT CONDUCTED BY W. BOWMAN DOUGLAS AT BOWMAN'S FARM, RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
THE MANURING OF POTATOES. An Experiment conducted by W. Bowman Douglas at Bow man's Farm, Richmond. ) The important question of apply ing chemical fertilisers to potatoes has not received the attention it deserves from' farmers generally. So far, very little-manure lias })ecn used, and . that: little applied in a rather haphazard .way. This does not in -any ;way condemn the farm er, as it must bo confessed that a record of the potato growing for the past few years, will reveal a striking diversity - of /profit and' loss. The range of return from £8 or £q to £2 per ton, and the purchase of seed at the. higher rate ^and the sale of the produce at. the lower, when it has not paid to market the tuber, has made the whole industry prob lematical in some districts. It necessarily follows that the question of adding to the cost of raising such a crop, by the use of fertilisers, should be cautiously con sidered, and negative results in this .connection should receive as much attention as the...
In The "Dear" Old Days. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
Ill The "Dear" Old Days. ' -Wliile attending Coonamble - races last ' week, Mi-ijolni ICm i:z,"of Mudgee, became reminiscent to an "Independent" rcjo/tr" er to whom lie said: "I remember.selling', (grapes in Goonamble 40 years ago for 5s a pound retail,-and disposing of a good 'deal-wholesale to the.late Mark Hermann for-lialf-a-crown r> pound. V 1 brought the grapes from 'Mudgee. I ue::t came-to Coonamble 10 years afterwai'ds on a carry ing trip. It was drought time, and proved a memorable trip.. CliafE was sell lug at ;^1 per 1001b., and coiirat ,/Tl petbag. -I •'•remember.selling-Mr.-W rfk.Uhorpea bag of corn for ..-T'l between here and Gular gambone. We ran short of feed on the way back, and paid 10s a bag at Oular gambone for straw taken off beer bottles and chopped up."
THICK OR THIN SOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
THICK OR THIN SOWING. The quantity of seed which should be. sown depends on a number of circumstances, such as character of the soil,. its moisture, freedom from weeds, size, germinating power, age of the seed, and again on the j time of sowing, the nature of the , plant, method of sowing, depth, &c. All these factors have to be considered; but in general we think it may be said that seed is sown more often too thickly than the reverse, especially when the opcra tion is performed by hand, ft is ;a; waste, of seed, and, moreover, detrimental in so far as it tends to produce weakly plants, subjcct to disease, and also to produce cereals that " lodge," a great source of loss to cereal growers. ' A fruitful fertile soil should not be so thickly sown as a poor one; in fact, the better the soil the more may. we economise in the seed. I Cold localities require thicker sow i ing than milder districts, because t in the former much seed would probably not germinate, or "will die i off...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
The yltal trade oentre. ® The arena of ceaseless activity. The unfailing Index ef the country's condition. The bees that make the honey. n The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. The Fanners' and Growers' best friend. Figs, Calves, Maize Consign ) your anil E".&.KB£I PEOUUCB to Geo. Wells & Smith, established i860. Bkfkrxnce: BANK of N.S.W., Wb8tbbm Bbahoh For Top Prices and Prompt Payments Ship your ) MAIZE and POTATOES TO J. Jones & Co. Ltd. COMMISSION AGENT S 233 SUSSEX ST., B Y 3D 3ST Y W3 Supply al! classas of Produce at Lowest Current Rates. Best Sacks only supplied Bankers: COMMERCIAL BANKING 00. OF SYDNEY (Haymarket Branch), THE "MACRAE COMPANY, BffJSJRSIEST WKiiBtF', SYDNKY, Auctioneers and General Commission Agents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Wheaten Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard,- Oat», Wheat and Straw always bb hand at lowest possible prices. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. frRDWFR^ I Sh'P a" your MAIZE, HAY, OATS, CHAFF vv J-^...
CONCISE EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
CONCISE EVIDENCE. In the Shorcditch Couftty Court, a'de fendant, asked what ho was, said: "I um a teetotaler, non-smoker, a strict Wes loyan, a widower with two children, a latchkey voter. I owe L2 rent, and am a bookkeeper out of work." "That is enough, I think. No order," said the Judge. What Is worse than raining cats and dogs? — Hailing motor -omuibuses.— "Punch."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
For all domestic uses. Half the toil of household work is done away with when Sunlight Soap enters the home. Sack Specialists. Smith's ace true Specialists. They devote all their timo and talents to New and Second-hand Sacks, That's why you oan't beat 'em for New or Once-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 Bettle your Saok Sorrows by sending your order to T. Smith & Co., Ltd. Sussex Street, Sydney. LEE &lt;& keene, Engineevs, CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA. Builders of Oas and Oil Engines. Repairs to all classes of machinery, Correspondence invited. v Country work has our best attention. PETER UKTIOl^.. TYRES ..Tho Tyro with the Strong Casing.. Made Specially lor Australian MOTORS, MOTOR CYCLES. — Roads. BICYCLES and TRICYCLES, HEAVY COMMERCIAL *""'^1 r* Sydney Depot: 34 O'Consiell Street. TEL. 2195 CITY. 6 Chas. B. PARKER AQENT, 39 Pitt St., 8ydney THE BEST for all good wor...
Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
Consult Mr. S. A. Basser. Mr S. A. Basser, the ominent Vienna Optii'ivn. liolds tlio very highest certificates; smiredln' actual •cxmninntioii in Vienna, Uerlin, Dresden,'Loudon and New York Ho is also a qualifiedMaster of the British Opti cal Association. Air Ijiissor desires to give tlio greatest pus-able number tlio benefit of his skilled services mid wakes uo cliargo wlin t • over .for consultations, or for caiofully testiii;} tlio sight. His coming visit to this town oilers a splendid opportunity of having tlio oves properly nttenilod to,mid all' visunl de fects coiTootcd. Mr Bassor has devoted much time to tlio study ot the oyes of tlio young, and parents should noto this fact,- and bi i . the children to liini for examination. A fow minutes uow liiiiy savo great expense in tlio futuro. Mr limiser is solo agent for the ' So Easy '. rimless glasses—quite tho most1 comfortable it is pussibl'j to got. Ho employs no ugouts, and may bo nonsuited in person at ■Hoyil's'Victoria Hotal...
HOW TO JUDGE A DOG. GENERAL RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
SOW TO JUDGE A DOG. GENERAL RULES, I'hough each breed lias its particular points, a few general rules for judging Jogs were laid down lEutely in the "Dally Mail," London. The writer eaid:—• The Kennel Club, the authority on all matters canine, has on its register 77 varieties of dogs, which are acknow ledged as distinct breeds, and these vary in size alone—to give only a few in \tarices—from a lady's miniature bull Mr to the massive mastifT, from the (deader Italian greyhound to the gisan •tlo Irish wolfhound, or from the cheerful 'little pocket beagle to the awesome and •majestic bloodhound. , All breeds are judged by fixed stand 'ards of points, which differ considerably ' tin details, and It is, therefore, impossible [to explain within the limits of an article 'how to tell the points of. all kinds of (dogs. . To facilitate further explanations, I ffcive a diagram showing the principal iparts of a dog's body, which are men tioned in the standards of points:— These points are:—1. N...
Stanley McKay's Shakespearian and Comedy Co. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
Stanley SVScSCay's Shakes pearian and Comedy Co. A treat is in store for amusomont seekers an the evenings.of Friday unci Saturday (lat \ and 2nd July), when tho' above company, who liavo previously given us evidenoe of thoi'v histrionic ability, will pay a velurn visit to Ganowindra. On this occasion; hoiVHVer, the personol of the coterie h,is l)er>n sonis.vhat altered, and Ms McKay will introduce for the-firat'timo the-:talented -little- ladv, Miss Sira Collins,'who hus -beeu -winning imich laudatory criiioidM iu Sydney'recently for hue pourtravtil of several of Shakespeare's beautiful heroines, iiiotably " Juliet.' : Miss . Collins^ is a ^daughter of Mr W. W Cullias, a 'lioputap--*:ci)iii!nercial traveller,; woll known along tlmCfr^terii line. She is making rapid strides in" hejv.profes Biouul career,! has undoubted •■■■.ability.;, good looks, and winsome gnvio—all necessary factors in the game of life she has picked out for herself. The opening piece hrn'e will bo the hila ri...
SCIENSOCRACY. THE MANCHESTER SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
SCIENSOCRACY. THE MANCHESTER SCHOOL. Manchester has produced a new school of thought which has been christened Sciensocracy. Its followers believe that in days to come the' rule of many wili be -super seded by the'-rule of science. Their first general principle is freedom of individuality. Under its sway men would regard bread and labor as the fun ■lamental religious law of life. Sciensoorats say that every man should participate in the production-oft those things of which he enjoys the fruits. . Government, they further say, exists nnly that one class may keep another in' subjection, and they advocate the adop tion of a definite, consistent ancf scien tific policy. The Conservative party exists, accord ing to the followers of the new cult, to administer the country in the interests of the rulers. The Liberals exist as a means of checking the Conservatives, while the Labor and Socialist parties seek to break down the authority of Ihe others and substitute plutocracy by a democracy w...
GOOLAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
GOOLAGONG. A. successful ball was held here in aid of the Otttholio Chursh building fund. The nett returns amounted to nearly £10. The music for the bull was contributed by Miss Grant (piano), assisted by Mrs Geo Walsh, Mr Thos Melliday, and Mr T S Wroe (violin). The supper arrangements were in the hands of Mrs Bartley, senr-, who left no cause for complaint. The table decorations, in the designing of which material assistance was rendered by Meedames Daly, Gillett, Watson, O'Malley, and Miss Hodge, were moat elaborate, and reflected every credit ou the artistic tastes of those ladies. The Rev Father McAlroy, who was prear t on the occasion, warmly com plimentod the management upon the admirable manner in which the ball had been conducted, and remarked that it was the pleasintest and most enjoyable function of its kind he had witnessed. Two meetings took place here on Saturday, one of the Railway League and the other related to politic?. Both were well attended and passed off satisf...
Football [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
Football Tho first round of the Cowra com petition was brought to a close on 19th inst-, leaving the positions of the various teams as follows :— Federals .. 18 points Our Boys .. 16 „ Woodstock 12 „ Hovers .. .. 10 „ Waratahs ., 4 ,, Woodstock played the Our Boys on the local ground on the 19th inst., resulting in a win for the latter by 5 to 3: V. Joyce scored a splendid try, and Press converted. For Woodstock E. Mahor scored a try. The Our Boys lined out perhaps their weakest team this soason, being, without the sorvices of P. Joyce. Hall, Coolahari, and Kenny. The team, howevor, played a splendid game, completely outclassing their opponents in tlio for ward division, F. King, of Bathurst, gave every satisfaction as referee. This match was played in pouring rain. Prior to the above match a team of junior Our Boys played a team, of juniors from Woodstock, and defeated them by 6 to 0. The Rovers journeyed to Cowra on Sunday lastand defeated the Waratahs by 7 to 3. The Cowia Federal...
Petition for a Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
Petition for a IFSas Sway. In connection with the agitation to secure tho construction of a railway lino from Oanowindra, via Cudal, to junction with the Molong-Parkes lino, the following petition is at present being extensively Higuod throughout those districts:— ; . , Wo, the residents of Manildm, Oudnl, Garra, Gumnpck, Yeoval, Bal di'iodgory, and surrounding .districts, humbly petition that a cross-country railway Iines will bo constructed alomr tho surveyed route from (Jauo windra, via Look wood, Barragan, ' V:rgo, BowarnPurk md Oudnl, 'ojunction; with tho Forbes lino between M'anil dra-G regra, eventually to be continued across country via Oumnouk and other places, when suitable ruiito bo sur veyed, to junction with the Weston!' lino in tho vicinity of Wellington or .Gi'iirio; and iva also advocate ihat. the lino bp continued from the Western line t,e Werris Creole as tho .'terminus. Our miMinti for advocating this ■■"cross-, countrv line are:— (I) That it will open up anddovol...
CUDAL. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910
CUDAL. ; rV (From our Correspondent). Beautiful soaking rain set • iu here | on Sunday and continued tijl Monday. | On Wednesday morning it commmictnl. [ raining, 50 points being registered up to time of writing. .It will be benu iHuin.1 to the crops aud grass. liamored that a.paper is to'be'Sfcar! ed here shortly. , Skating has again commenced bero, and seems to tuke on as well as over. The local footballeis defeated the Manildraitos on Saturday last; at Manildra, by 14 points to 3. Tiio winners weie much the lighter team. \ A pastime club is being iorganised, and.promises to be a - >great success. Soino local exponents of the noble art of self dtfonce are undertaking to teach those-who wish to learn, and besides there will be various kinds of exorcises; Tfio en franco: foe is 2/6; .... Mrs ' W Maken,who : has .boon horiously ill for some lime, is, I am pleased to report, making good pio gress towards lecovery, 22-6-10.