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BOY PRINCE'S GLEE. AFTERNOON TEA AT OLYMPIA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

BOY PRINCE'S GLEE. AI'"fERNOON TiOA AT OLYMPM. The Prince and Princess of Wales, with their children, attended the Royal Naval and Military Tournament at Olympla on Saturday afternoon, 13th 'May. The young Princes wore -block coats. Glengarry caps, and kilts. • Prim cess Mary was dressed in white. The Prince and Princess took the greatest interest in every event, and fre quently clapped their hands. ' The most caw and enthusiastic spectators in the audience were,'however, Prince Edward, Prince Albert, Princess Mary, and Prince Henry/ Their eyes were bright with excite ment, ,and they consulted the special programmes provided for thorn rriost intently as each "turn" came on. Prince Edward and Princess Mary could not sit quietly Jn 'their seats. They Jumped up and down constantly, and Lord Crichton and other olilcers in tlie royal box were frequently called oh to answer some eager Inquiry of theirs about the •performance. - :; < An amusing Incident occurred when the bluejac...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Up-to-Date Potato. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

Tlic Up-to-Date Potato. According' to the "Mark Lane Ex press," England, 'one of the marked fea tures about many of. the new potatoes which have been introduced during late years is their great similarity to Up-to date in the appearance of the tubers, which may be accounted for by the fact that most o£ the new varieties are re lated directly or indirectly to Up-to date. Surely that famous raiser, Mr A. Finlay, 'never did a better thing for the community at large than when he in troduced Up-to-date, which came as a natural successor of the famous Mag num bonum, and which now holds its own very well, in spite of the novelties which were introduced in such shoals during the time of the boom. The chances of Northern Star ever talcing the place of Up-to-date as the leading main-crop variety are now too remote to be even considered, and whichever one of the varieties of recent introduc tion takes the lead when Up-to-date is done, it will only be a case of the son. following the parent. Wo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND FIELD. The Forge on the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

I FARM AND FIELD, 1 The Forge on the Farm. At a recent meeting of the Farmers Society, at Morphett Vale, South Aus tralia, Mr Christie read a paper showing the advantage o£ every farmer having i his own forge. He said there were many I small jobs that a farmer with a bellows, i anvil vyce, and a few accessories could j well undertake, which would otherwise I necessitate a long journey to the smith, j and consequent loss of time of both man J and team. They all knew the effect on j the implements of mulienizing in stumpy • or stony country, and it was very handy ! to have a forge where any parts that get j bent can be straightened, and even , simple welding may bo dono to repair , breakages. On wet days, too, such articles as shooks, eyebo/ts, split links, I gate hinges, etc., can be made by a I handy farmer. It is true they may not I be so neat as the tradesman's work, but | they will serve their purpose, and with j practice the farmer will make a bettor |"Job. •He advised farmers t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

CHAPTER III. . ■ ■ The History of (a certain Family living in) Europe, : from THE Battle of Tra FALGAR TO THE peace OK l8l8, CONTAINING 'FACTS ; HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED. / Among all the great old common it families of the south, of) England, who have held the lands of their forefathers through every change of .... dynasty and. religion, the • Buckleys of Clere stand deservedly high among the brightest and the .oldest. All down the,, stormy page of this great island's history one sees, once ■ in about a hundred years, that-name in some place of second-.rate honour at least.whether as admiral, general, or statesman; and yet, at the beginning of this present century, the representative • of the good old family was living at Clere House, a palace built in the golden times of Elizabeth, on ^oo.a-yeavy while all the country knew that it took £3°° to keep Clere in proper repair. The two Stuart. revolutions had brought them down from county princes to- simple wealthy Squires, and the frantic e...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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GAOL FOR "FAITH-CURIST." A FATHER SENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

GAOL FOR "FAITH-CURIST.' A FATHER SENTENCED.. James Cook, a disciple of the "Peculiar; People," was convicted at the Old TSallcy yesterday ol the manslaughter of his two children,. Dorothy Mary and Hilda, by tailing to provide medical attention ror them. The children died from bronohitis, and the only attention they received was that an elder of the sect was called in, who anointed them with oil, and prayed over them. Cook said in his defence that the foundation ,o£ his faith was the Book he had just kissed, and that he found no injunction to call in a'doctor in it. He wished the jury knew: it as well as he did. The jury, in >'finding Cook guilty, ex- • pressed the hope that he would be leiii ' cntly dealt with, as he committed the of fence because of his religious belief. Mr Justice Bigham, however, said Cook-was tried before him in 1898 and convicted of-the manslaughter of another child un der exactly similar circumstances. At that time' he was let off with a warning which he h...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW YORK DWELLINGS. REVELATIONS OF A REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

NEW YORK DWELLINGS.' REVELATIONS OF A REPORT. Clcintlna Black writes as Callows in the "Vui!y News":— J'e.-sons who dread what they call '/'municipal' Interference" would do well to read a certain chapter In a stout re port upon the clothing industry in New •York,- which has been compiled by Pro cessor Pope, of the University of I\Iis oouri, and published by that University aa the first volume in a Social Science Series. Chapter V., dealing with, the conditions under which home work' 13 carded on, contains, Incidentally, an ac count of the sort of tenement houses built and inhabited in New York, owing to the absence or the non-cnforcemcnt some twenty or thirty years ago of pi-o hibitory'by-laws. . ' . "The public," says Professor Pope, "was siow to realise the danger of per mitting owners to erect buildings with the sole purpose of housing a number oC people on a given area without regard to * ■ sanitation.". , ■" The blocks 'thus allowed to spring up j wore a disgrace to civilisati...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CHAPTER XIII. A CONTEMPLATED VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

CHAPTER XIII. A Contemplated Voyage. Frederick Massingbird sat, per chad on the gate of a ploughed field, softly.■whistling.' Iiis brain was' busy,: and he was holding counsel with himself, under the gray February skies. Tluee weeks had gone by since the tidings arrived of the death of his• brother,and Frederick was delibe rating whether he should, or should not, go out. His own let ter from Luke Roy had been in substance the same as that which Luke had written to his. lather. It was neither more explanatory not lest', so. Luke Roy was not a first-hand at epistolary correspon dence. John had been attacked and killed for the sake of hif- gold, and the attackers and the gold had■been taken hold.of by the | law ; so fat it said, and no further. That the notion should occur to | Frederick to go out to Melbourne, and lay claim to the gold and any other property left by John, was only natural. He had been mak- j ing up liis mind to do so for the ■ last three weeks ; and perhaps the vision...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The Recollections of. Geoffry Hamlyn CHAPTER II.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

CHAPTER II.—(Continued). , And when they parted that night, at- the old. stile in the meadow, and lie saw her go gliding home like a white phantom under the daik elms, he thought joyfully, that in two short years they would be happily settled, never more to part in this world, in his peaceful vicar age at Dorsetshire. Two short years, he thought. Alas ! and alas ! Before two years were gone, poor Lord Sandston was lying one foggy November morning on Hampstead Heath, with a bullet through his heart. Shot down at the commencement of a noble and useful career by a brainless gambler —a man who did all things ill, save billiards and pistol-shooting ; his beauty and his strength hurried to corruption, and his wealth to the senseless debauchcc who hounded ■on his murderer to insult him. But I have heard old Thornton tell, with proud tears, how my lord, though outraged and insulted, with no course open to him but to give the villain the power of taking his life, still fired in the air, and ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

flET YOUR SOAP BE, The absolute purity of Sunlight Soap makes* it alone safe for dainty laces and* linen. Sack Specialists. Smith's are tcuo Specialists. They devote all their time and talents to New and Second-hand Sacks. That's why you oan't bent 'em lor New or Once-used Chaff Bags, New or Once-used Wheat Sacks, or Potato Sacks either in the largo 4 Bushel Size or the small stan dard size. So Bettle your Saok Sorrows by sending your order to & Co., Ltd. Sussex Street, Sydney. 'jkEE eSo Eix&fgiraec&xts, CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA. Builders of Gas and Oil Engines. Repairs to all classcs of machinery. Correspondence invited Country work bas our best attention. PETER UNION TYBES ~ ..The Tyro with the Strong Casing.. ' _ Made Specially lor Australian M0T»RS, MOTOR CYCLES. — Roada. BICYCLE; and TRICYCLICS, HEAVY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Sydney Depot: 34t O'Coimifiell Sticeet. Chas.B. PARKER rtOlNT, 29 Vltt 8t ,Sydney TEL. 2195 CITY, pMNTj THE BEST for all good work whero ...

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MINING IN MALAYSIA. INVESTMENTS FOR' AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL. THE EXPLOITATION THE EAST. RICH TIN DEPOSITS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

MINING IN MALAYSIA. INVESTMENTS FOR' AUS I TRALIAN CAPITAL. THE EXPLOITATION THE EAST. riCH TIN DEPOSITS Tho 'development.<of commercial rein- ! fcions-between Australia and the East, which lias been going on steadily for tho Inst fow years, has recently received con siderable '.impetus. There is no doubt that a big fiekl for Australian invest ment exists close to our doors, and the proximity of the Commonwealth to tho golden East naturally brings us into close tovich, and there is a vast field for ex pansion in tho rich and densely populated territories lying north of this continent. Australian brains and Australian enter 'prise; will naturally play a part in the I exploitation of tho East. j In the present issue of this journal ap- I pears tho abridged prospectus of the North Tambun Tin Mining Company, which has recently been formod with a view to the development of the immense doposits of payable mineral, which it seems clearly proven exist in Malaysia. Malaysia at tho...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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AMERICAN MYSTERIES. A MOUNTAIN TRAGEDY: [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

AMERICAN MYSXSRIES. A MOUNTAIN TRAGEDY: \ Apart from the killing of Mr Stan-\ ford White by young Harry Thaw, \ two; ether first-class crimes nvo also i engaging the attention of A lucieans. \ .There is the ca,se of Mrs Kinnan, who lived with her aged mother iu a house in a New York: suburb, onco tenanted by Edgar Allan l'oe. She was done to dealih one night on the verandah. : At first it was'thought that a man with: whom the old lady in her dot age was corresponding affectionately, with; the objcct of matrimony, was the ;murdorcr, his motive being tho opposition to the marriage from the daughter. .Then it was thought that the daughter's sweetheart was the cul prit.. Last, night (18th July), how over, a gi'eat surprise came, with the arrest of Mrs Stenton's lawyer, who must now explain just where he was on tho night of the Kinnan tragedy. Finally the?e is the great summer holiday sensation. , A : few days ago an empty canoe was found iloating or. a lake in the Adirondack Moun tain's...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"PECULIAR PEOPLE'S" CHILD. FATHER EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

"PECTJMAR PEOPLE'S" CHILD. ■ FATHER EXPLAINS. Since James Cook, of Ashmole Place, ; Clapham road, who is a member of the ■ "Peculiar People" sect, has been on re- 1 mand charged with the manslaughter of ' his six-year-old child, another of his' children, aged eighteen months, has1 died. i The sect do not beliefs in the aid of i doctors, and at the Inquest on Cook's j baby he was asked by the Coroner what \ he did for the child, which had suffered I from bronchitis. - i "We anointed her chest in the name I of the Lord," he said. "This Book" i (holding up the New Testament) "is the I foundation of my faith. An elder laid | hands on her; we had a prayer meeting i. for her, earnestly entreating the Lord, if It was His will, to restore the child." ! He did not call in a doctor. . The Coroner : You gave nourishment? j —Yes. God gave all good things spCh as that to be taken richly. I Then how do you account for doctors; j do you think God gave them?—Theyvare all His creatures. I Then why d...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAILIFS AND BAYONETS. LONDON COURT SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

BAUJFFS AND BAYONETS. LONDON COURT SCENES. When William Schweitzer, forty-two, a German, of Gos field street, Maryle bone, wns charged at Marlborough street yesterday with assaulting Samuel Arthurs, a. bailiff, and Robert Ilaile, a "possession man." Arthurs entered the witness-box currying in military style an old-fashioued bayonet fixed to a broomstick. He stated that when he and Haile went to distrain on the defendant's fur niture the wife met him with the bayo net. Schweitzer took it from her, struck the witness with it, and threat ened to "run him through." Mr Kennedy : How many weeks' rent was due?—One week, sir. Is this your doit^g?—No, sir, the land lord's—a corporation. When you went inVthere was no rent owing as far as I can see. This seems tt very higli-handed proceeding. Schweitzer : Lord, housekeeper tell mo to pay rent to no one else. ' Yester day come this man in and push iuy :t»YV ln'corncr and tell me, "I will theS vent." I say, "What rent? Here is rent paid," and sh...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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USELESS WOMEN. A FEMININE CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

USELESS WOMEN. A FEMININE CRITICISM. Mrs Humphry writes in the "Daily Chroniclc" ', T 14-th May:— There must be something utterly |. wrong withy' the education of English j middle-class girls nowadays, since most of them .^.re content to spend their i lives in letharg-ic indolence, an apatlie- | ■tic uselessness. Said a friend to me : j "We spent a weeij in a Bayswater board- | ing house, and vvere astounded at the ; inconceivable indolence of the women i and more especially the girls. • Tho i manager had beeri\obliged to impose a fine on all who were Viot down ito break- , fast at ten o'clock, anVl as the hour was striking we could hea,V them rushing downstairs just in /time 'to avoid the fine. Some of the mothers were gene rally down in wood time,, the girls never, and their to day was lounged away wjthou tiTi4MaL..-.tion. It made us feel miseiSSle to sJ^v'Jiem." Such girls j as these are throwiniJSi^giy their 'ives. j They ai} absolutely One can t not dej\-nd upon 'them . forHi^/...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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IN NEVADA. By EDITH M. DOANE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

IN NEVADA. • 1 By EDITH M. DOANE. The boy sat on the narrow, pro carious loan-to that did duty as a porch in front ol the one hotel the little mining town boasted, and stai-'od straight before Mm with deep, troubled eyes. It was all - so drearily ugly ; the main street lined with bronchos, the roughly clad men lounging about the comers, the rows of one-story build ings flanking thq wooden sidewalk of tho broad, dusty street. At the edge of the town the' ranfn street narrow ed into a road thut wandered away up the side of a-mountain gorgeous with autumnal coloring ; masses of clouds reflected tho crimson glory of tho setting sun ; aibove the narrow canyon one great, white star glowed in the. clear autumn sky. But tho boy, seemingly oblivious to tho beauty of the evening, sat motionless, • staring straight ahead. Save when he bent forward to sca.n intently the face of somo passer-by, ho scemod to shrink from observation and started nervously at each fresh explosion of boisterous mirth...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KEEP THE SWILL-BARREL COVERED, [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

KEEP THE SWTLI.-WARREL COVERED, \ The illustration shows a\^anti-steir li self-covering swill-barrel. It is easily made having a cover which projects an Inch or two beyond the top edge, o£ bar rel. Saw out two slots straight with one another to run on upright guards. Bolt or fasten with large screws two upright pieces about 3% feet long to sides of barrel; slip cover bptwen them. .Place | handle made o£ an ojgj(piocc of leather ( on top side of cover. ">ncve!1 you want to1 empty or dip any swill, 1 lift the cover with hand and empty or\ dip with; the . other. "When you are through the <»ver | will fall into place itflolf.l This toairea | sweetness, and no chickens!aro drowjwd. ■ As time goes on, electrif trains run at high speed from the fcountry. Ru4 I Londoners will reside in jAure county | air. In motor traction mas? be t0,\rl(' the solution of London's irrleat boualig problem*- - "The Observer.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERNER'S PRIDE... CHAPTER XII—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

erner's Pride... BY MRS. HENRY WOOD. CHAPTER XU—{Continued). There wore very few persons in Dccrhanv, hut docniod Lionel' as indisputably ceitain of Verner h Pride as though he were alroady in possession of it.: Dr. West .was probably an unusually cautious man. ■ " It is singular," observed Lio nel, looking at the moth. '* 1 lie day lias been sunshiny, but far too cold to call these moths into life. At. least,• according to my belief ; but I, am. not learned in ento mology. j( " Jin to—, what a haul word-!.'■ cried Sibylla, in her prettily af fected manner. " I should never find out how to spell it.' Lionel ; smiled. His deep love was shining ou't of his eyes as he looked down upon her. He loved her powerfully, deeply., passion ately ; to him she was as a very angel, and he believed her to be as pure-soulcd, honest-hearted, and single-minded. '' Where did my aunt go, to day inquired Sibylla, allud ing to Mrs. Verner. " Slie did not go anywhere that I am aware of," he answered. " f s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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RAILWAY COMPANIES AT WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

RAILWAY companies at war. Papers bv the last English, mall, up to isth May, stated that the cordial under ^dinl- between Great Britain and France lias led to the inauguration o£ a fmrce competition between tho London Rrhrhton, and SouUi Coast Railway Company and the Soath-Eastorn and Chatham Railway Company. Both com panies have decided to encourage Iion doners to make week-end trips to Paris, and they have entered Into a keen rate cutting war for the purpose of securing patrons. The result or this competition Is that a traveller can now take a "week-end" from Paris to London and back for 17s. Verily the world idly- ..

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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MURDER TEMPTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

MURDER TEMPTATIONS. Murders of children for the sqke of the ornaments with which fond but foolish parents dock them is a criuic so common in India that it passes almost; without remark, and not a fiftieth part; of the cases ever gel into the papers.! Wc confess we should like to see put In! force the preventive suggested by Mri Knight, Sessions Judge of Dharwar, to punish the parents whose pride puts; temptation in the way of the criminal/ —"Pioneer," Allahabad.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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INELIGIBLE ATHLETES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 July 1910

INELIGIBLE ATHLETES. The athlete is less susceptible than the "soft" members of his sex; and even when he is caught, it is sadlj disillusioning to discover that li- - figm-es far more frequently in the Divorce Court than other men, that his amiability is all a myth, his strength la hollow mockery. Altogether, the' athlete is not to be reckoned among the' I "eligibles." — - "Ambrosia, in "ino World."

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