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A GALLANT RESCUER, SAVES A WOMAN. LONDON STATION SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
A GAXJLANT RESCUER, SAVES A WOMAN. LONDON STATION SCENK. Wonderful pluclc and presence of mind wore displayed at Bishop's road station, on the Underground railway, on 1st Oc tober ,by Mr Harold Simpson, a wealthy ex-member of the Stock Exchange. His heroism cost him his right arm. He was talking to a Miss M. J. Kayo, ■whom he was seeing off to friends at Hanwell, when she suddenly fell on the line in front of a Groat Western steam train.. Miss Kaye stood dazed for a moment before the oncoming engine, her hands pressed over her eyes. Mr Simp son took a flying leap to her rescue. The train was not ten yards away, and Mr Simpson had not time to drag Miss Kaye oft the metals. "It was the pluckiest and promptest act I have over seen," said an eye-wit ness. "Mr Simpson caught the lady by the shoulders and forced hor on her knees. with her head down. He had just time to get her to lie down, when the train ■was upon them. "The driver had hie brakes hard on, and Mr Simpson nearly avoided the...
THE NEW EDEN. A CURIOUS SECT. THE "FLYING ROLLERS." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
THE NEW EDEN. A CU1U0US SECT.. • THE "FLYING IIOIJ.BRS." By the midnight special boat train from Kuston there travelled a party of nineteen men and women who tiro sailing this morning from Liverpool on board the Lake Erie. They form the first English con tingent of the, '' Flying Rollers,", a curious scct, journeying, ns fast as steamer and rail will carry them, to Benton Harbour, Michigan, U.S.A., to be in time for " Israel's ingather ing." The " Flying Rollers," or members of the *' House of David," scattered all ove" the• world, are flocking to the Michigan headquarters for the great gathering of the twelve tribes, when 144,000 righteous are to 'be' saved and tiio Gentile rule to end." They arc known as the " Flying Rollers" because they pin. their faith on - the flyHng roll'-'., referred to , in EzekicU Thoy bolieve that " the sievcm - messengers mentioned in Re velation hay6 visited the. earth, and the seventh' trumpet is sounding. At Benton Harbour, Michigan. Lhcv have a. colo...
NURSES MAY NOT DANCE. MR HALDANE'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
NURSES MAY NOT DANCE. MR HALDANE'S STATEMENT. Amid, hearty laughter in Parliament, Mr Haldane confessed that the experi ence o£ the matrons and other ladies had prevailed over- his natural instinct in the matter of the rule that Netley nurses may not attend public or private dances when off duty, except when on furlough. The rule does not apply to the male doc tors in the service. The Nursing: Hoard, he said, "requires for the Army nursing service gentle women who are devoted first and fore most to their work for Us own sake and the sake of tlioir patients, and who will, there fore, desire to live quietly and un ostentatiously without looking for much gaiety. Occasional attendance at operas, theatres, concerts, and other places of amusement is not incompatible with the due performance of their duties, and is allowed at the discretion of the matron. "But the late hours involved by attend ance at balls and dances, in the opinion of the board, incapacitate them from giving proper atten...
THE SIMPLE LIFE. GERMAN PROFESSOR'S EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
THE SIMPLE LIFE. GERMAN PROFESSOR'S EXPERI MENT. The real simple life lias been put In practice by two Germans—Professor Englohard't and Bethmann—who are liv ing in iSabalcori, a small island In the Bismarck Archipelago, at a cost ot noth ing a day. Their solo food is cocoanuts, their costume is simply a loin cloth. Professor Englehardt is the pioneer of this exceedingly simple life. Suffering ill-health from childhood, says "Popular Science Sittings," he experimented with a fruit diet. Finding that European fruits were not the ideal food, he sought the tropics. The cocoanut, he declares, is the most suitable food for man, and he also insists that it was his original diet.
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
Gazette Notices. Rents have beoa determined/ as follows on the undermentioned con ditional leases: ! Gaorg-o Cassoll, 200 acres pariali Walabior, £2 Is 8d. Approval of Annual Lease : Molong, 19S0-2, Cnarles Anderson, Meranburu, •205 acres, parish Wolabler. Revocations of Reserves from Salo, Lease, &o.:— 20 acres reserve No.220, from lease for temporary common, parish Gjllett, within portions 169 and 170. 141 acres, reserve 24,476, from sale for/'travelling stock and camping;, parish Borea Nyrang, that part within t'he.lxiundaries of measured portion 26, and within the rond along the wostorn and south-wodtern boundaries of that portion.'
"MORAL, REFORM." FEMALE AVENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
, "MORAX, REFORM." . FEMALE AVENGERS. In- ' Pennsylvania •women " white caps," as they are called, in Araerica, orj in-other words, women who them selves undertake the regulation ancl correction of manners and nioral.% have been rather active lately (said the " Daily Telegraph's correspon dent on iilst October). To-day it is reported that four of them, all " re spectable married women," 'tiicl forcibly seize and ■ subject another, married woman, of East Sandy, near Franklin, who is described as young and handsome, to ..terrible humilia tion by daubing lie;- face with black ing and pouring treacle over her hair, which they then adorned : with besmeared- feathers, awl finally tying her in- a box, in the presence of 200 men, - and leaving the box in tfc woods. This .poor' woman, who, says the report, " had been told to mend her ways,'' remained captive ' -until all •had departed, when a chivalrous man crime along and released the pri soner, who was then quite prostrate :and .faint with...
Eugowra F. and S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
Eugowra F. and S. Association. The usual monthly .meeting of the above wo8 held in the School of Arts on 18th Juno. Mr DJO'Dea (Presi dent) occupied the chair.' Correspondence. From the Nyrang Creek Progress Committee asking for co-operation to J a request it is muking to the Borea I Shire Council to - Imve facilities made for watering stock on the Eugowra Ortiiosvimlffl road. Mr .T : T Noble explained that tho Lands Department had approved of a grant of 190 acres being made for the purpose at a point 8J- miles from Eugpwra, and that the matter of tanlc excavation would receive attention by the Horee: Shire Council as soon as possible.' It was resolved to inform tho Nyrang Creek Progress Committee that this Association has had '(lie matter in hand for some 12 months, and to acquaint them of the position l as intimated by Mr Nnble, A number of letters wore received from the Boreo and Jemalong Shin Oouncils in reference. to the rcqti"st nifido bv the branch to have tho con dition of C...
MAN GIVES AWAY MONEY. HOTEL BESIEGED BY TREASURE SEEKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
MAN GIVES AWAY MONEY. hotel BESIEGE]) BY TKEASUJIE SEEKERS. Mr William Yates, director of Yates and Thom, engineers, of Black burn, and fairy, godfather to the Covent Garden district, continued yesterday (9th November) to distri bute gold with a generous hand. As oarly as six o'clock in the morning Covent Garden dealers found it almost impossible to engage ' porters or por tress ess—they were all waiting outside tho Tavistock Hotel. :• A great crowd of gold-seeker^; from every quarter of London waite>d with ;thcm under tho stone portico, each with ft pitiable talc that surpassed the last. They stood there for hours watch ing the torrent of rain grow heavier, ami discussing their chances of re ceiving a sovereign or a sixpence ; but their patience was in vain, for Mr Yates had escapcd them by a ruse. Leaving the hotel by a back door that was not watched by tho crowd, lie made his way toward a group of half-starved- children searching among the apple barrels for discard ed fruit. B...
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
Local Land Board. Thfl followin by tlio Jjncnl Liindy" on Wednesday. Jun> Cftaea weiv Ii.L. 1910-6, 8a lr 36p— Patrick Flood. Re£*;>Himerijled. For Variation,' °f Conditions Sp. Lease 07-5-r- William Donnelly. Graatod. For Confirmation. .. A.O.P. 09-34, 40a-* James Hall. Confirmed. % ACP 09-36, 40a—Walter Burch. Confirmed. CL 10-6, 114a — Walter Burch. Confirmed; rent 3d. O UP09-55, 100a— Chas. Williams; Confirmed. CL 09-17, 170a— Chas, Williams. Confirmed; rent 1-A'l. A C P 09-56, 1 iOa—Roderick An gus. Confirmed. CL 09-18, 460a—Roderick Angus. Confirmed; rented. AH S 09-9, 140a —James Ford. Confirmed. OOP 10-22, 7a 3r 1 Op —Thomas Nicholas Carney. Confirmed.
MODERNISING CHINA. TEA AND EIDK TRADES DECLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
MODERNISING CHINA. TEA AND EIDK TRADES DECLINE. The tea and silk trades of China arc in a very bad way, according to a l-eport of the Foreign Office issued recently. In 1864 tea and silk represented S2 per cent, of, the &lt;■ lpire's exports. Now they account for only 45% per cent. The Commissioner of Customs at Canton adds that h- tea irvdugtry seems to be doomed. The London Customs in 1904 registered 6000 chests of tea adulterated with fil ings and sand. A consignment sent to Australia is described as "dirt." The United Kingdom consumed 16,557,7201b. of China tea in 1904, as against 240,236,9251bs. from India and Ceylon, and in 1905 only 6,650,0001bs. The silk trade is ;atlsfactory, inas much as the egfrs and worms are every where diseased, aid no efforts are being made to improve them. The report states that British commer cial agents are at last moving in Ch^na, which swarms with Japanese age.nts, traders and pedlars. The modernising of China is proceed'ng rapidly. The r...
All Saints' Church. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
All Saints' Church. 'The Bishop of Hatlmrst CKiffht Ear. Dr. (Jamidge) will (n.v ) be entertained, by the parishionors at the Iiectury on. Saturday iifteruo m at 3 o'clock. Alt' are invited to bo present. i Following ft"9 tho services for thta above Chinch &lt;>n Sunday next, I&;\ JulyMatins and =erinon I0.3U a.ui'., evensong and serin.in 7.30 p.m. The preacher will !>■• tho Ri^hnp.
CHARIVARI. (FROM "LONDON PTJNCH."). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
CHARIVARI. fFItOM "LONDON PTJNCH."). The War Office has. just ■ placed an ' order for 40,000 chairs. It has realised. I we suppose, that our army, in view of ! its reduced numbers, must take all attacks sitting down. i H.M.S. Dreadnought having proved ifcrself an admirable sea boat, vibra- j tiou and rolling being almost imper coptii'''v n lady correspondent .wants, to know Why the South Eastern do not at j once secure,her for their Cross-Channel j customers. - | During the recess a room in the House ; of Commons, which was previously i looked upon :is, the property of tlie House of Lords, has. been turned into a smoking-room. ?/;Is this, we wonder, the' beginning of the end, and' will'the ! Bouse of Lords itself ultimately be converted into a restaurant for the use of the members of the other House? "Are British women's feet growing larger?" asks tiiii "Daily Stall." "Im possible," answers an ungallant Conti nental journal, f The internal decorations of the new Old Bailey are said ...
Rural Workers' Union [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
Rural Workers' Union Mr D. Ilyrii"?, organiser for the Rural Workers' Union, on the uight if I lie opening of the railway (July 4), • m'ltaced the opportunity to address u large crowd from Boyd's Hotel on r|n» necessity for hush wp ikors becom ing' uuited, and the benefits that ivoulil accrue therefrom. Ho im pressed upnn the workers, ani'tig other things. Unit as they had givnu heir quota to the construction of the h'ne, which would have the i;fft)ec of "nhanoin^ the value of property 'iroiuid Oanowindrn, thoy should he entitled to some of the benefits. As matters stood, their share was very ;s;nnll. and the employe.'—who would reap f.ulistiintial honefits—would not increase their wages and improve working conditions without being asked to do so. Singly thoy would have no elianon of effecting material alterations,. and Mr Hymns advised them to unite together as a last, resort for procuring same.
RUSSIAN DEMAND AMNESTY. POWERFUL SPEECH TO THE DUMA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
RUSSIAN DEMAND AMNESTY. POWERFUL SPEECH TO THE , . - DUMA. The St. Petersburg' correspondent oI the "Standard" says the Duma has al ready established its reputation as the most democratic Parliament In the world. The President, who was in even ing dresa on the second day, wore a frock coat to-day, whilst the deputies were in every variety of costume — in cluding blouse of black, blue, or grey checked, and with and without collars. Perhaps the idyllic surroundings contri bute to the mutual tolerance at indi vidual tastes. The windows look on to a beautiful park, adorned with flowers, and a lake almost on the same level as the floor of the chamber. The building is proving -well adapted for the pur poses of a legislative assembly. The debate on the Amnesty question in the Duma is being followed with the most intense interest. Renter's St. Petersburg correspondent aays that among the many remarkable speeches made in the course of that debate special mention, is due to one de livered by ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
CANOWINDRA STORE I 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 BlousiRtj, 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: BSankets from 5s to 35s Tig Bsmn . J. Finn J. @. NEWLAND — Has — >ne Hyndred and Twenty Horse Rugs and he is determined to clear them before the Close of tlie Season, as he carries no old Stock. Mo Reasonable Offer Refused. Note the Address— Gaskiil Street, Canowindra. Shop \ for Hot Pies and Coffee. D. IflAI I IMflM'g rRAL REFRESHMENT ROOMS. DAN BE (owindra can p Up-to-date Newsagent. g you require in tHe waj' of Stationer)^ Pipes, etc., and all Newspapers and HEY, ■ ~ / street, Canowarsdra /ietma Optician, may be consulted nt RA, oil TUESDAY and WCONESDAY, AUGUST 9tli & AUGUST 10th. I ARE YOUR EYES ...
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
Local Topics. The rainfall at Molong for the half year ending Juno 30th, 1910, totalled 1508 points, as compared with 1636 for the same period last year. Eugowra F. and S. Association has decided to invite the State Governor to officially open their aunual Carnival next August. What about inviting him to perform the same ceremony for the Oanowindra Slijiv ? The State Governor in to open the GoJidobolin Show on August 3rd. During his tour in the West, the Governor contemplates visiting Batii urst, Orange, Forbes and Grronfell. Get your Wedding Itiiigs, Keepers, Brooches, Watches, \Jlocks, Bicycles and Sundries from E. A. Tuckeii, Watchmaker, Oanowindra.* While driving s>om« cattle to Orange recently, Mr. Frod Taylor, of Cud.il, had the remarkable expedience ©f-«>e ing two of them shot right before his eyes, one dyi.ig almost immediately. It is surmised they fell victims to a Couple nf bu'lets aceideutlv fired bv some sho"ters who were in the vicinity j Mv. E Powter, wlio Iisib ...
A DIVORCE CASE. HUSBAND'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
A DIVORCE CASE. HUSBAND'S RETURN. A dramatic little story was told to the court by counsel in the undefended peti tion of a Yorkshire miner named Wil liam Wilson. The parties were married in 1893, and their happiness was not disturbed even when, the co-respondent, a newsagent named Arthur Pearce, came on the scene. He was introduced by his sweet heart, and lodged in the petitioner's house. In 1903 work became slack in the Castleford district, and Wilson, who had heard a great deal of the gold of Canada, decided to seek his fortune' there. He reached Nova Scotia, and every fortnight sent money to the wife he trusted. One day he received a letter, "Come home at once, as one o£ the chil dren is seriously ill." But the fortune he had gone out to seek was still a miner's dream. He wrote and told her so, and she borrowed L8 (from the co-respondent, it appeared), and the miner sailed for England and his siclt child. When he reached his old homj> he found the house shut up, so he went to...
FRENCH ELECTIONS. GOVERNMENT SECURES GAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910
FRENCH ELECTIONS. GOVERNMENT SECURES GAINS. The "Express" correspondent wrote from Paris on 7th May:— The salient feature of the French.elec-.. tions, the definite results of which ire now practically all known, has been the heavy losses of the Nationalist party. The new Chamber, consisting, as the old one did, of 591 deputies, will contain less than 20 per cent, of Nationalist members, while the increase in the num ber of the Radicals and Socialists—the supporters of the Government—is pro.% portionately large. / The Opposition press is trying to nSake out that the Government is .left j' alto gether dependent on the goodwill' of the Socialist section of their party, . but the coutention is unfounded. Leaving the second ballots out of con sideration, 164 Radicals ar.d 56 Republi cans of the Left havj been returned, against 39 Socialists, 55 Progressists,'.and 110 Nationalists, reactionaries, and cler icals, so that the Government already has a majority of 16 over the Socialists and t...