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NOT LATE NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

NOT LATE NOW. Tho little ono was persistently late for het music lesson, and ovcry effort had been madf to compel her to be in time. "1 think I'll try n system of flues," said ho: father. "I will fine you hr.lf of your weeklj allowance whenever you are late." It had no effect. If she could oscape pari of tho lesson she.deemed the money well spont Then hor inothor took the matter In hand. "Mamie," she snlil, "I've bought a now hal for you. Whenever you are lato for your music lesson It will be put away tor a weak; when ever you are In tlmo you may wear It thi following Sunday." Thore is no longer any trouble.

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 — 24 June 1910

IVOoney In Ta!iow! ■Tust tliinlc of it, ATr. Farinnr, you win tret 8/- .for a Knrosene Tin full, a I Iho Onwra Soup Works, Brisbane St. hinpty tins givon away in any quan tify* " PufeSsc SMoti-cs. SVlr. H. BOUQEN, Vaterinary Surgeon, WILL VISIT OANOWINDEA llEGULAELY. Reliable Watch Repairs. If your Watch is lazy, and won't run, let us spur it up— • we^ll make it on time to a dot. Ten to ono you've neglected it—let it get dirty and rusty ; from lack of oil. j Whatever is the reason don't delay—'delays 'cost money : and spoil the Watch. -Let us give it a thorough examination and quote .you a "price for setting it in perfect going order. It's business to have your repairs ready the hour wo appoint and you'll find them ready, too. All Goods ad vertised in City Catalogues will be supplied by us at same prices. JH. J. MICHOLLS, "The Reliable Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician," KENDAL ST., COWRA. Removing into New Premises in Mr. FagaE'a New Buildings, next to Monaghan Bros. Agents :...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIGH WOOL AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

TTTGH WOOL AVERAGES. At. th'- .■■.reonnt Sydmiy wool ;s«lot Daljrotrv midCompany sold 800 Iml.u of ...gronsy wool fur' Messrs. H. ]i. I'afiM'Hrin & Qo., H 'orar'i, Htmgorfonl, nt nn averngo ol! I Od per lb., and £!6 10s por bnlo. This is consudorod a spl-ndid rotiirn f'ir Wostorn wool, as ;wi;ll. ru a Rood indioation of the pre bont stiongt.il of tho wool market.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

Local Land Board. A minting of'the Local- Lnnd Board will bo held 'ut the Court Hnuse, ■Molitng," on 20th Juno, commencing at 9 i!i) -a ni., .vlien .the- following Cue s will 1>» considered *— • Special Purchase Application. Sp Pur 09-121, George and Alfred J. Marshall. ' For Investigation. "R.L 1910-0, 8h, lr 36p, Nicholas Patrick Flood. For Confirmation. A CP 09-3*1, 40 acres, Jamea Hall A C P 09-37, 40 ncro.-v and 0 Jj 10-6, 11 -1 acreH,' Walter Hurcll OOP 09-55, 1(10 acres, and O L. 09-17, 170 = acres, Charles Williams AGP 09 5(3, 140 acrns, and C L 09-18, 460 acres, BoilericSt Angus A 11 S 09-9, 140 acres, James Ford. 0-0 P . 10-22, 7a 3r lOp, Thomas Nicholas Carney •."••"For OonaSderntion. * CP 09 1(5, 153 acres, Horbort Adol •plitis Oarliok.. C P 09. 47,: .tla 2r 80p, William Olin.rloN•ttiff^n. , • ■ Kiji- 15i'i'iiti(in ol".Ral>bit,-proof Gates. Application l>y A. O. Gosper fur permission to erect 'rabbit-proof gates across roads, parish Wolubler, comity Ashburtihani...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Rural and General Workers' Federation. AGREEMENT FOR 1910-11. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

Rural amcS Geaieral Workers' Federation, AGREEMENT FOE 1910-1 J, Hie Rural and General Workers' Federation hag agreed upon the fol ding minimum rates for tile season Fruitgrowing. • Mildura Workors' Union : Rates (8 hours systom), 7.30 a.m. to 5 p.m., arid 7.80 a.m to 1 p.m. on Saturdays; wuges, mon and youths (over 17.) 7s a dny, or 10s per half-hour.; women (ovor 17), 7a per day, lOd per half •hour. General Laborers. Suoopers, otc., Is per hour (48 hours a week). ^ .Threshing machine men, 6 a.ru. to .J p.m..('three-quarters of an hour off. for breakfast and dinner, two * Bmoke oils' of 20 mintutos each), lOd per hour and found. Chftffey,' Is per hour and found (alternative £2. a week and found), » rl to cease at 4 p.m. on Saturduys. Jiinder und harvester drivers, £2 2s' a week of 54 hours, and found. Wheat-lumping, per bag 'in' and id per bag 1 out' of stack, or 12s pei day of 8 hours; 2s per hour over time. Truckers, 10s per day of 8 hours ; 2s per hour overtime. . [ Smck-biiildo...

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

Federal Correspondence. Mr. T. Hrovvn, M. 1:T.R., ftiniifOiPS tlio following. unpy oi: DopartniBntnl con'OHpoiuliMicci:—. CANOWINUKA POST OFFIOK IA1 PJiOYIiM 1'jNTS.. . Sir,-—With l'eforotico to tlio com munication, prosuutod l>v you on tlio 2(Hh ultimo, fiom tlio Cnnowindnr ProgvoHs OonmiHtno, pov - Mr. M: J. Finn, rolntive to tlio ufi Coinmod)ition nt'lhn looal Post. Olfi-o, I. hiivo llio Jionnr to in form von tlint nn lunoimt lwis liocn included in ilm draft. ostinuuoH, for 1910-1 ! fur .im proving t.Iiu iximmmiidiitioii u|, ('aim windru Post OiNoo,mid wlien iIki.hh OHtimatuH Inmi > liocn, pnss<*<!, ir r.a anticipated thai, it. will be pus-ihln to proe!>pd with tlio requiml; improve-1 LUOIltB: — 1 uftvo the honor toi>o, ■rc. J. YO.UNQ, Deputy l^ostuiaatoi-Qei'iHniI, ' Sydney.

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

Railway League. A mooting of tho abovo was held on 'Saturday afternoon lust. Present7— M"ssra T J Finn (in the chair), J Boyd, Tlios. Calliui, V Blatcliford, Jas. C-.olc, Goo. Mi'.i'uhall, Ohas. Hue, Dr. Oiihill. W Olar'ko, W IT Travos, Thos. Murrey, Joo Grant, ]i T Ang win, 0 McDonagh. Job. Jones, John Jonep,• Jus. Mulligan, N Lavorcombe, Jas. Iiuo, and tho hon. ago. (J Finn). Tho minutes of last meeting wore rend and confirmed. ■The following correspondence was read':— From tho Hon. T Waddelt stating that the Ministerial parly -would arrivein Canowindra-about 10,20 am. on the lth July. From Stewart Dawson re scissors : and from John Sands re ad dross. From the Eugowra Railway League intimating they intended to lie repre sented at, the eolebratioiia; also stating that thoir League and Groolagong League were sending delegates to wait on tlie Minister regarding tho exten sion to Eugowra, and asking Cano windra League to appoint two dele gates for.th'e same object. A lotter was also r...

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

For'Uroncliiii! Con;/l!.'i take /. Woods' Great Poppcniiint Cure."—Is Gel.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A MATRIMONIAL ADVERTISEMENT. I [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

! A MATRIMONIAL AD i VERTISEMENT. By E. M. BAKEK. I Jeanne; Urswicke sat staring at a newspaper, which lay before her on a table in the A.B.C. shop whore she had been having hor tea. The words which riveted her attention iwere these:— 1 "Matrimonial.—A plain; ' unattractive man wishes-to meet with a plain, unat tractive woman, with ft view to matri mony.^ Age not under 30 01' over 10. Ap ,ply personally, J. B., 103 Coventry road, E.C." A noise in the street recalled Joanne .to. herself. She rose to her feet, and half-, mechanically folding, up,,the paper,. paid her bill at the desk,.rand,;-stlll .holding, the paper, loft the.shop. . ■ She .-was.-slight, -pale,' and ; shabbily dressed—a pathetic• -little;.figureall .- un noticed-In. the crowdod -street., ; The lines of: her'face were drawn, and'anxi-. ous; hut her eyes- were sparkling with unwonted excitement. She hurried back to ' her ; lodging,--- where the door was. ' opened by a' inothorly-looking landlady."1 "No: luck to-day, Mi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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ENGLISH GOLDFIELD. "REEF 31 MILES LONG." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

\ ENGLISH GOLDFrEI/D. ' ' "HKKK Jil MH'jES LONG." For some time past rumors have boon afloat as lo the discovery of a gold-field In ISitgland within 200 miles ol" i,ondon. It has boon staled in whispers that the •mil!is fhirly-ouo miles Ion.!;, and pre sents the same characferistics as a Hand reef. All the secrecy has been ■ attributed to the fact thai those inte , rested have not ye.I secured all the op tions over (lie land required, i 01' course, the rumors have been re garded as too good to be true; they ' have iialiirall.v been liekl in derision. It i is now possible to state, however, that I a syndicate ex is Is which firmly believes in the discovery, and. a "Dally Mail" -representative. managed to tind the chairman, who 'is a gentleman of /good standing in the city. This gentle maii,' while exceedingly' reticent, de clared the facts of the gold lield, as just stated, to be correct. The policy of the directors of the syn dicate, the chairman explained, Is to I keep the whereabo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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COLONEL PICQUART. HIS MAIDEN SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

V COLONEL ^ICQITAIIT. IIlS "MAIDEN Sl'KEClI. _ • .•••» Yesterday ^writes tho Paris- corres pondent . of ..the. •.".•Wostm ins tor Ga- « zette;" -of SLli November) I hail • the,: good >for.luno..to' be present? : at, - General lficqiw/t'sdebut . in . the , Chamber - .of,.IJeputics, and heard his I maiden specch - _ I '.! he Oenei nl stood tlio ordeal ..well; i and at.- the close - was .rewarded with i .uliOj-applaiiau of ^friends and politicals opponents alike..,;: .-Before . msjyig^ to: - mount Uio tribune,' 'the; General; was ..thowcynosuro.; of-- ' all. eyes,; and was • •asulxiectiifj;tc- ■ CCi'teln i-limouiit.: of | -IJrtdinngP/rj-WhPi^^ia^JOgan, Ilia;.speec)i: j General. Picquurt was rather nervous, j but lie soon had- perfect command of | lunibolf 1 • Healing .with: the -amendment. »o; thei ■ now militury.vluw? of • 1905,, he .upheld •> the • mannai^, in. which that law had -been?.'administofod'^..,and .during, the period' of> transition .between the old and tlie> n...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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DOCTOR AS ART CRITIC. PICTURES, FROM A MEDICAL POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

DOCTOR AS ART CRITIC. PICTURES, FROM A MEDICAL. POfN T OF VJKW. Dr. Leonard Mark, In an interesting paper on art Mud* medicine in a recent, issue of the "Lancet," criticises some well-known masterpieces in "this coun try in which the artist has dealt with metticnl subjects. ... St. f-'ebastiati, whoso body is> always represented tied to a stake and pierced with arrows, is one of the most interest ins: subjects, from the medical point ot view. "In our National Gallery," says Dr. Mark, "I have counted eight pictures in which he finds u place, and I have been much interested in studying the various ways In which the arrows have been de picted penetrating his llcsh. "Some ot the methods adopted are purely conventional. In one-of them six or seven . arrows are drawn exactly alike, and under each one is painted a group of five drops of blood, which, one cannot help remarking, look like n small bunch of currants hanging from the ar j row. ,i | "Apart ^ irorp,/trie ' medical"" question, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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OPIUM VICE. CHINESE OFFICERS CASHIERED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

OPIUM VICE. nijwrcSE' OFFICERS CASHIERED. Ma'ny indications are apparent (says Reuter's correspondent at Peking) of the desire of the Chinese Government to check the use of opium, and although there. is no fresh development in the matter the Government is still consider ing the frarninp; of (he regulations to ".control the \raillc in the drug. The use 61! opium has been strictly prohibited in tho new Chinese Army and in schools. Several oificgrs at the old Manchu Ban ner Corps liavo been cashiered for amoking opium, and ' it'is understood that' tho liiRl'ier; oflleials in all' the Ya mons have been ordered to break them selves of tho habit within six months. Tho Chinese authorities fully acknow ledge tho stupendous nature of'their task, and admit ""the difficulties in the way of checicingr the growth of native opium, which, accordlngr to export esti mate, is from eight to ton times as great as that imported from foreign countries." ,

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

CONSCIENCE-STRICKEN. A pathetic Christmas drama was enacted- at Lhc l!ci!in police head quarters (says the correspondent of the " Daily Mail"), when the deject ed and half-frozen figure of a' man wandered in and asked to 'bo taken into custody for the murder of h:& mother eleven months ago. ; When the police had satisfied- them selves that they were not. dealing with a lunatic or a drunkard; they listened to the man's story, and next day reached the conclusion that lie is really a penitenL. The conscience-stricken wretch, who 'could find no peace for liis soul until ho had made his awful confession, is Tt man who was for twenty-live yearn a saddler. I le declares that lie poisoned hi.s mother with carbolic acid on the night of 24th January, l.OOCi, anil the Coroner's record shows that a woman was actually found dead that day from unknown causea. Since then, the son declares, ho has wandered pretty m'i.:!i all, over -Europe," living tlio iifo of an - ii ir.er ant working-man,...

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GAOL-BIRD NOVELIST AGAIN IN THE DOCK. HIS STRANGE ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

GAOL-BIRD NOVELIST/ "AGAIN IN THE DOCK. ICS STRANGE ADVENTURES. On 13th November" the Paris corrcs ' pondent of the "Daily Mail'" wrote:— The police have discovered In the rooms of a convict named Sporn, who came up for trial to-day, a manuscript entitled, i "The True Account of the Adventures of an lOscaiK'd Convict." The book is ex tremely powerful, and several publishers are already negotiating; with the author. Sporn is something of a philosopher, for the recital of his advcnluies is inter spersed with numerous moral reflections and appreciations on the beauties of nature, written in almost a religious strain. ■ Sporn, as an habitual criminal, .had | been ordered io live for the rest of his; life in French Guiana, where he had jus.:! I finished a sentence of eight years. J Jul he longed to revlst Franco, and to- par ticipate in his escape so'.ected fourteen "followers" — "murderers, but not thieves." "Eacli paid L2 a head towards expenses." Under.-tho pretext of wishing, to star...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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PEACE CONFERENCE. "PARLIAMENT OF MAN." ADDRESS BY MR W. T. STEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

PEACE CONFERENCE^ft "PARLIAMENT OF MAN'" ' ADDRESS BY Mil W. U\ STEAD.! _ A rotten programme!" That is Sir ,W. T. Stead's ■ forcofiil description- of . the official proposals' for The Hague ; ..-■ Conference of next year. • Characleris tically, therefore, Mr Stead lias set ' about to secure alterations, and from the pulpit of Westbournc Park Chapel, . on the 2Sth December, (says the "Daily News") lie enunciated a more progros- ■ sivo programme of bis own. r "We have to make this conference," he saijl, "a worthy successor to the lirst. Hague Conference, which did at least lay down the law in a series of recom mendations. "instead of 10 Powers, as at tlm • Hague Conference of IS!)!), there will " be -10 next year. Every organised : ; State iii. the world, excepting the negro Republic of Liberia, iius been invited to send delegates to The lingua. -There never was a time in the'history of.tho world in which such a great Parlia ment of men assembled together as that Which wiil,assenible ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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REALISM INTENSIFIED. A GRUESOME PLAY. HOOTED IN BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

REALISM INTENSIFIED. A GKTJjESOME PLAY. HOOTED IN BERLIN. The "Express" correspondent wrote from Berlin on Friday niglat, 9th No-, vember:— " ' /"V i Remarkable scencs took place < i production of a drama % I "Chevnlior Bluebeard," by H/'k'ji.0,/ bert Eulenberg, at the py <50 ■; Theatre hero last night jof^ <L% The play surpasses anything v-0 \ hitherto been presented to QfJ'i going public in the "3 % "p,, sordid anil horrible roa1^ % In t.he first act tlf^'b0c eiiee saw on the stage -">■ -- '■ ^ -- lay tbe lioad.s of live 1 dered by Bluebeard. presented a weddh stage," which is mid. the only son of B1-' until ho fulls^ ' and (hen vv-"> thing within a most disgus, delirium, lie Calls on his knees and uayi> tlie Lord's Prayer. The third act reveals Bluebeard mur dering his sixth wife. During the fourth act the burial of the sixth wife takes place on the stage. There is ti cof fin, with' weeping relatives, and after Iho funeral service the col...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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OUT OF THE ARMY. A "DEUCED HARD CASE." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

OUT O? THE .ARMY. . A "DICIJCKD HARD CAtSR." . Tli(vdismissal of Harold James Carroll' .f.rpni.-.the..Arum has placed him in an awkward predicament, and lias aston ished every one .who l<nows hliu. lie: won h'ls way ml two years Crotq'lhO' ranks.-to a commission in 'Lhc Cohnaugiit' Rangers, and then, as-olrcady roporlerl.' in the "Express,finding that his pay ot' Ss 30 a; day- would not cover h 15? diurnal expenses of 7s Gil, lie sold his kit and enlisted with his brother as a prl vnto In the lloyal Irish. After a few d«ys at the depot at Clon mel he confided 'the' tacts ot' his -raise. to an oflicer, and after the-War Oflice had : inquired into them. Ins services ..we^e . dispensed with as both odieer and pri vate An "ISxpressV representative saw him at the depot ot the Royal Irish■: yester- ; day. , lie was still wearing his kha'ki , uniform, and felt his "position* very keenly. - - . ..... .-...:'Alt.-is too had," , ho said, '.'after-'my {•• service and all my. strivin...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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MEMORIES OF CARLISLE. A PLEASING ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

v^iaempbies of Carlisle. , - ■ Ji. PLEASING ONE, •in his new'book of essays (Macmillan)^ Frederic Harrison 'gives a charming llttfe. sketch of -"'The Carlyle House.1"' "1" •wasj"' he 'writes, "one.; of those who,i withoutbeing in any sense intimates or 'friends, were occasionally admitted to his house, and enjoyed the privilege of hear- • ing., hlni - talk. In response, to sundry messages-: that, lie would sec -me,:;l called one ■ afternoon in Cheyne How, -and was received with'a-most gracious and'genial: courtcsy. • He made -me- feel at-home at once, - find lie talked on with'a simple and "hearty openness of thought, full of drollery, - epigram, \iughter, and racy deliverance on men - and things,- .with warm kindliness towards Ills ; v Pal tor, a manly forgetlulness- of himself\and his position as an acknowledged master in letters, .and an utter absence of embar rassment^ discontent, or spleen. He rolled ,forth Latter-DayPamphlets by hour together iu the very words,: with all the ....

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 24 June 1910

fMNU u: .. 'vU •?,, <fjf ■ ;*STJBJS3S£~-•<•-.•■'••; Wool, ^.,1 leal Onleor of ■'I rupnrts that during Sheeilw<llv 20!,y 1,irths k,<;~ " avcragl! of the <;01._ ®^'n- thft last ton yours.' ..ihu lowest on record '"'•Jfcirter. Deaths num-: and thei pl': ■ qual. to an animal • .y._

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