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COWS AND QUALITY OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
COWS AND QUALITY OF MILK. Deductions from experiments re-, cently parried on by TCnglish authori-j ties:—* • 1. That when a cow'is in full milk and full flesh she will give her nor mal quality of .■milk for at least a limited time, even though the quality and quantity of food be very defi cient. . . 2. That when dn good condition a cow will take of! her body whatever, is deficient, in food, in order to give her noym'al quality of millc. • - 3. That an extra supply of nutri tious food almost invariably very quantity of milk, but the percentage of fat is not in any way improved.by it; if anything, the tendency is the other way. 4. That an extra supply of nutri tious food almost_ invariable very slightly increases the aolids not fat of the milk. That a ration jioor in food ingredients has a very," slight, tendency to .reduce the solids not fat in milk. but. has little appreciable. Headquarters of the famous Bag and Sack Business, Sussex Street, Sydney. effect on the fat. 5. That with t...
PRESERVATIVES IN MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
PRESERVATIVES IN MILK. Speaking on '''Milk and l'"ood Pre servatives" at the last meeting of the Wisconsin _ Dairymen's A.ssocia tion, T)r Jloyd N. Koblnson con demned in strong language tho use of preservatives in human food, especi ally in milk. Bo said that when milk .soured or curdled in a short timo' it was a sign sent out by a friendly bacteria that the milk was impure and therefore insanitary; and that, the use of a preservative in the milk simply did away ,with tho" rigna! which showed us tho milk was inju rious. leaving the danger to pur health still there. He-said that if it were possible to procure milk that was absolutely pure it would never sour. Tn Ms 1>&lt;1 lor nil preservatives I arc injurious to health, but as they n.rc. "s",aI'.V "sect in such small quan tities, Jin adult might not 1k\ Racily , affected by them, but their off act on | the lives of infants was sure to bo nearly always fatal. THE SEPARATOR AND CLEAN MILK. In spite of ovcry effort at clcan...
SHIPMENT OF IDOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
SHIPMENT OF IDOLS. Probably the only idol factory in the world—is now located in the City of New York where the Idols of all countries nre reproduced, and new ones manufactured. India gets the largest shipment, but from some' countries even farLhor east coines an over increasing domand. The average foreign shipment varies from a couple of hundred to a thousand images every thirty days. By far the largest number of idols arc made of plaster, coated, oiled, and polished to resem ble old bronze.—"Times," Hangkok. • Though we are better off than our fathers In that we have baths and golf clubs and cheap transit, we are worse oft in the Inadequacy of these benefits in comparison with the demand they have to supply.— ^ Evening Standard* c
Address by Mr. Brown. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
Address by Mr. Brown. Mr Tom Brown, the present | member for Calaru in t!io ITodorttl Parliair.ont, dolivorod an address in Canowindra on Wednesday nighty of last week. Mr Brown was suffering with a severe -cold, but, notwithstand ing, ho managed to lcoep an interested audience for about I A- hours, although | spfeaking iu tUo open on account of the sweltering heat. / _ Mr P Crime occupier] the chair, and n introducing the speaker, mentioned ■hat lie had known thoir member for manyyeare, and he was utill the same honest and conscientious Tom Brown of his first acquaintance. Mr Brown, who was •well roceived, thanked tbechairmau for his kind and fluttering introduction. In opening his address ho said it was impossible to please everybody, but he had de cided to take a certain course which he believed to bo right, and intended to (stand by It right or wrong. He was not there as a candidate, but as their member to place fairly before them an account of the work accom plished during the ...
LIBRARY SCRAPS. SECOND-HAND WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
LIBRARY SCRAPS. SECOND-HAND WEDDINGS. ;An Ingenious—albeit somewhat pathe tic—method of getting married without payment of the customary fees is, per haps, more extensively practised than Is generally supposed, and the way of-its contrivance is this:—When a regular mar riage is being performed, the couple, or couples, who avail themselves of the opportunity lor a free nuptial ceremony •surreptitiously, imitate the actions and whisperingly repeat the responses and vows of the pair before the altar; and when the rites are concluded they be lieve themselves to be. as firmly and legi timately wedded as if they had been ex pressly joined by the officiating clergy man. Of course, the registering and other formalities present difficulties which are not so easily overcome, but apparently they are not regarded as obstacles. NEW MOON CHARMS. • From very remote times the moon, and particularly the new moon, has been cre dited with controlling influence over hu man affairs, and it is a curious ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
rair^ The Famous\Rem« %$* &s§ gfas^cfisj IksS^ifiU& Jlla^j ®ss & Those who have t?ken this medicine are amazed at its spiendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Difficulty of Breathing Hoarseness, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, experience delightful and rapid relief; and to those, who are subject .to Colds pn. the ~ • Chest it is Invaluable, as it effects a complete, cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough chronic, nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where " Coughs " have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. . ■Small Size, 2/8 j Larsjo, */G. Chemists, Medicine Vendors, or the Proprietor, W. Q> HEARNE, Chemist, Geetong, Victoria; Rewarded by por&lt; Co any address, whan n nor A...
FROM All SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
fflONT All SOUflCES. j A recent issue of a Paris newspaper gives an interesting epitome of the life I of Prince Potemkine, after whom was named the Russian watshlp whicn played such a memorable part in the mutiny &lt;it Odessa. Gregory Potemkine, a member of the Interior order of the Russian nobility, became,., an account of . his great physical attractions, a -very great favorite of that extraordinary woman, Catherine of Russia. He was thus given the post of Governor-General of Novorossisk, Azov, and Astrakan. .Later on he became supreme chief of ail Southern Russia, and finally general issimo of the Russian army. He founded Kebastopol, and laid down the nucleus of the Jllae.k Sea fleet. He lived from 1739 to 1791, and was made a prince of the empire by Joseph II. of Austria. Al though ho became blind, owing to the quackery of a charlatan, he was able right up to the end to maintain his in fluence with Catherine. He always showed himself as a clever courtier, a discreet dip...
[?]MELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
X0K33X.X' FARE. Scallops of Cheese.—Required: Quarter of n pound of macaroni, two ounces of b.iuter, half in ounco of flour, half a pint of milk, three ounces of grated cheese, snlt, jiepper, and cayenne, n. few browned crumbs. Break the macaroni Into pieces half an inch long, boil it until tender In fast-boiling salted water; then drain off ■the water and wash it in cold water t.o prevent the pieces sticking together.Next melt one ounce of the butter In n, Kaucopan, stir in the flour ••smoothly, then add the milk, and salt, pepper, rind cayenne to taste. Stir'this over the [Ire until It boils, then put In the macaroni nnd half the cheese. Well butter some scallop shells, either natural ones or those made of fireproof china, fill each with grated cheese or.d a few browned crumbs. Bake them In the oven from five to' ten minutes until they are hot through and nicely browned and crisp on top. Then servo them at once, arranging the shells on a folded napkin. • Madeira Cafce.—Required: S...
THE LADIES COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
THE LABIES COLUMN. | NTTRSERY NOTES. What amazing appetites girls usually develop fit school I The girl who could hardly be persuaded to look at beef or mutton at homo, whose anxious mother feared she •would go Into a doellne unices the rhoiccst morsels •wero provided for hor, will often, after a woek or two at school, ho found ontinR plain, wtolesome faro ju^t n.s heartly as any of her companions (says a contemporary). It fs sfmpfy tho r«>nU of discipline, which Js a very salutary thing for the appetite an well as for character. Kegular hours, rcgu lar exercise, and tho example of the compan ions around her, arc of immense value to a girl who has been too much coddled at. homo, nnd who ha* becomo In ccnsequoncc more fra gile than she ought to be. Her appetite and her habits becomo more robust, and naturally her health follows suit, I Another very important consequence of go- J ing away to a boarding-school la that It makes \ a girl value homo more than she river did be- • fore. ...
WRESTLING. MADRALI AND JENKINS. A DESPERATE ENCOUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
WRESTLING. MADRALI AND JENKINS., A DESPERATE ENCOUNTER. ' fllanj' a long day has passed s/inco a. wrestling- match, the like of thut ' decided at the Lyceum on October 2, has been fought out in London: •Matches of a more scientific charac ter may perhaps have been seen, but, as an exhibition of downright hard . work, strength, and determination, j especially ,on the part of the winner, the struggle must rank as one of the greatest ever brought off in the Jle | tropolis. The competitors were Ah med -Madrali, the Turk, and. Tom | Jonkjus, of Cleveland, U.S.A., who, on j the 11th of : September, signod articles at the ''Sportsman" ofttce !or a match,' '.the best , of three falls, in the ; catch-as-catch-cun ' style, i 1 hough only for a modest £50 a si'le, the affair had, from its incep tion, a thoroughly genuine ring; The contract was entered into without the slightest fuss or paper warfare, and when Mr Thomas Barrasford. I offered a purse of £150 for the men | to settle the question ...
NURSEN AND PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
NURSE AND PATIENT. A remarkable romance has been as sociated with the accident hospital at WWncs, Lancashire. A young man met with a terrible ac- \ cldcnt nt the railway Htatlon, Wldnes,, In September, which rendered it'neces-1 story for his arms to be amputated from the shoulders. He was tenderly nursed by a pretty young member of the hospi tal stiff and the feeling of friendship be tween tbcm pradually ripened Into love. The nurse has Just married her arm less lover. She has some small private means and intends to work fc>r herself and her husband. The Amalgamated. Copper Company alone employe about 10,000 persons at Butte, Id addition to about 1500 at Great Fulls, 2000 nt Anacoudn anil 2000 more at Ita coal mines and lumber catnsa.
GIRL AVENGER'S EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
GIRT. AVENGER'S EPITAPH. The parents of a seventeen-year-old Kirl, Henrletto I tarn eke, who early in December shot her employer, a merchant named Oetgen, and then cnminhtled sui cide, have published a defence of their daughter. They .say that she was her father's pot and wie a quiet industrious girl. She had £he very beat of testimonials from for mer employers. She had been with Herr Oetgen only for Ave months, and his cal lousness after betraying her under pro mises of marriage drove her to the deed. Extraordinary public sympathy was shown at her funeral, and the coffin was hidden beneath wreaths and flowers. Oil the silver plate of the coffin were the worde, "I have accomplished K." (Ich habo es voiibracht.)
A CHILD'S THANKS. "I LOVE YE." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
A CHILD'S THANKS. " I .LOVE Yi;." It is strange how difTorent chil dren sometimes express their thanks Here is a little story of u, small Scotsman of three years old to whom I once gave a coveted toy. He took it. without a word, and .turned away and began to wind "it up. 1 took it gently back again, and tending over I said, " Alec, what do you say to inn ?" Tie merely stared solemnly up at me and then at the to}'—-as though puzzling how to get it hack. "What are you going to say for that nice toy,'Alee?" I repealed. " Aro you pleased 7" " Ay," he nodded, still staring wi.si.fully vip at the toy. " Well," 1 insisted, determined to teach him better manners, f And what are you going to say to me?" I hnd t.o bond to hear the shyly uttered answer. " X—love—ye," he whispered, as ho pleadingly held out a small, fat hand.—Rosalie Ncish, in " M.A.IV
RANJITSINGHI'S CLAIM. THE CRICKETER'S CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
RAJf JITS INGHl'S CLAIM. TUB CRICKETER'S CAUSE. All crickclTB uitist have a lingering regard for " -Ranji," a.s ho has bo3n called for so long. 'Iho London. " Times" of 10th November thus champions bis claim — " Nawanagar, Uic chiefship of which ho is now claiming, is a Stato lying on the southern shore of the Gulf of Cutch, abcut half-way, in a direct Mine, • between Bombay and Kai-oohi. On the map it looks small, but, in reality, its area- is not far j short of Norkfolk and Suffolk com- i bincd, with a population rather lisi than half as numerous as that oi those two countries. Jts gross annual revenue is estimated at soma Lino,000, it owns a short length of railway to the capital, and has several small seaports*. The State was founded, in 1510, by an offshoot of the Jareja itajput family of Cutch, under the leadership of Jam Tlawl, and ever since tho title of Jam has been that of its rulers. Of its history during throe centuries after foundation nothing nco;l be said but that it ...
THE MODERN PROPHET. HER BOOK OF DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
t«e modern prophet. • s HER BOOK OP DREAMS. Th'at admirable woman, honest as the skin between her eyes, who spends some portion of her 'life over my kitchen range, devotes her leisure to the pursuit of literature. Her literary range cor responds with the kitchen range of a modest flat, and is confined to a "Book of Dreams," published'" some time in the last sixties, "and "OlS Moore's Alman ack." She has, .iust acquired a copy of that : work which peers into the myste ries of 1906, and-has,consulted me as. to the meaning of "Vox Stcllarum"— the words that stand in the forefront of the: cover. Tiiat has puzzled her for years. : .For the first time I listened to the voice of the stars—and regarded "Old Moore" as placed in my hands for review. On the cover he looks old enough-^-an aged man in a dressing-gown and slippers, ac companied by an owl, a globe, and a. telescope—and a wand. But within— there Is youthful exuberance. "Old Moore goes where no other paper is seen. . . the whole cou...
CONSUMPTION CURE. REPORTED IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. PROF. BEHRING'S STATEMENT. NEITHER VACCINE NOR SERUM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
CONSUMPTION CURE. ■ / REPORTED IMPORTANT . ' DISCOVERY.; ' ' : ' y PROF. BEHRING'S STATEMENT. NEITHER VACCINE NOR SEBUM. Professor Behring lias informed the "■Matin," wrote the Paris correspondent of the London "Daily Mail" that lio intends to make known next August a method of curing tuberculosis which he lias-discovered in the course of his work. It is, - he says, 'neither a /'serum nor a vaccine, but it is not only preventive but a curative remedy. The Professor, however, states that he will withhold for some time the., secret of his remedy, as he did in the case of tho serum of diphtheria. He will ex plain his method as lie lias already done to Drs. Rous and Mentcbikoff, and will leave the application of it to medical' practitioners, but without revealing the nature of the remedy, for he thinks lie ■has.a right to reserve for a time tho pro Mi ts of his discovery, which will enable him to prosecute other researches after wards.- ' "Yes," Professor Behring declared; "I think I ha...
A QUESTION FOR SCIENTISTS. WAS THE MOON ONCE A RING? [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
I . : — ' ■. j A QUESTION FOR SCIENTISTS. WAS THE JJOON O.VCK A RING? One of the most picturesque theories ever proposed to account for the origin of the peculiarly pitted surface of the moon is that of, Dr. G: K. r Gilbert the well-known astronomer ' and geologist. His Idea, in brief, is.that the moon was formed by the aggregation of a ring oi; meteoric bodies which once encircled the earth, resembling,the present rings of Saturn, and that the huge crater-like cirdles on the lunar surface were caused by the impact: of the last of the in-fall ing bodies, which arrived after ■ the globe of the moon had assumed its pre sent dimensions and shape. These bodies, falling with planetary velocity, would be liquefied and would liquefy a part of the surface where they struck, and the resulting splash would create a ring in the plastic crust, like that made by a stone thrown .into stiff 'mud.'. In support of this hypothesis is the fact that the lunar :"crater's" are sunk below the general surf...
ISLAND HOSPITALITY A WEEK-END IN WIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
D HOSPITALITY A WEEK-END IN. WIGHT. | The animals of our climo arodi- , i. viciotl into two classes—those, Uiiit;1 hibernate and those that migrate'.' j |- The vast proportion of Englishmen ; belong to the first class, but those j i of the second are no mean number. ! i. It is a body susceptible of fu'rthor . division:—into winter migrants and ['■ i .week-end mrigrants. . With the ways of ! the format' 1 uin personalis' unfami liar. J belong, by persuasion and op- | ' portunity to the latter, . | It was but the opening 01 the win- | ler season. Not many battalions of j our, swallows had gone south, our autumn-' butterflies still lingered, the landlord had not yet - written to ro mind me of the Michaelmas rent, when a much more welcome letter came inviting-us to enjoy lha hospi tality of the island during;, a -long week-end. Nor. must we migrate like Kringilla. coelebs, lnatcless. Some twenty.of us with our \viyes took to the train at Victoria on• a ,wot -ICri-' flay, mid were carrie...
A NELSON SALUTE FOR FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
A NELSON SALUTE FOR FRANCE Nothing touched the public heart more on the visit of the French officers and sailors to London than the unpre meditated incident of the salute offered to the Nelson: statue as the officers drove through Trafalgar square. All felt It was a graceful act. performed with the utmost courtesy and good feel ing. Would it not be possible to return that salute on Trafalgar Day, either by publicly saluting; the-'tricolor in the square, or by" some other act of cour tesy such as may be appropriate to, and consonant with, naval custom and eti quette? We are certain that some such act would be universally endorsed by the Urltish people as right and fitting. "Spectator.
ENGLISH BEAUTY THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
ENGLISH BEAUTY THREAT ENED. Unless tlie inventors come to women s | rescue, it looks as if,In tlie near future- | for. o£ course, motor vehicles will be come the chief means of locomotion—we shall be a .rougli-sktnucd, blear-eyed,! lnshless, wriuklud, iuid snorting racc, since, among other things, motoring te salt! to cause people to breathe heavily with their mouths'open. What is to save us from the "automobile expres sion'.'"' There is enough alarming mat erial hero lo furnish forth quite n goodly ' niili' souson correspondence 011 the "Do ' dine of English Beauty. - -"Tne woria.