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BILL SMITH HIS "IDEERS." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
BILL SMITH, i; x i HIS "IDEERS." i Mr Inglis Allen writes in the ''West Minster, Gazette":— * lUNREST IN THE COSSAOKUS. '"The pre&uut stuto of enercky in tJic Oossackus. is somclhink • "disgrace-"; ful," observes .M.r Smith, lowering the. .■ morning paper, "an' orl of it duo to thfcir lack o' eonstitooshiinal -govern ment. Wot with TarLars murderin' Armenians an' Armenians murderin':- , Tartars an' sovidge Cossacks mur- ' deran' "the Vole lot, why', there ain't •no freedom in that there country at orl.■ ■ I- "-There would seem to me," I sug igest, "to be rather too. much." I Ho regards ;mo unsympatUctically. | ".freedom!" he exclaims. "Why. i the.?'j !ere Russians don't know wot ■freedom means. They're 'undoreds of I ■■■years be'ind the times. Why, they ain't; even allowed toy strike work I when they wants- to, an' when they do strike they ain't free tor prevent ' - the others from, goiu' on workin'. IHiggnorent- despotism, that's wot . I corl it." ■ ■'.*; j I join him in be...
THE VATICAN SPORTS. 600 ATHLETES. NOVEL SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
THE VATICAN SPORTS. . 600 ATHLETES. NOVEL SCENES. From Rome,' oil .5th October, the cor respondent ol■H.hfe' London"Dally Mall" wrote:— / ' The Catholic Sporting Congress opened at, the. Vatican at eight o'clock this .morning. 'Six'hundred young athletes in picturesque'Costume,' with banners fly ing, and'headed by bands, proceeded in military array to the Church of St. Anna, where they attended Mass. Among the many banners one specially noted was that of a Brindisi club, con sisting of the national tricolor with the royal coat of .arms. . The director of the "l?ldes e.t Robur" club of Turin wore many Italian medals. Each club was led by priests in clerical robes; After the service tho members of the congress proceeded to the Court of 'St, Damnsus within the Vatican, where special tribunes had been erected. Tfyere was a crowd of prelates present, With many Cardinals and a few guests, mostly ladies. Many officials of the Papa.1 Court and members of the Roman nobility and Diplomatic Co...
ITALIAN [?] "OUIDA'S" [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
ITALIAN -Wn •OUIDA'S" "Ouida" (Jldlle. de la Eah.Sjl writes to tho "Times":—"It is said In the Press that Australia desires a larger popula tion, and a more close approach of cul tured properties. Except in' the .sense that a greater amount of tiixes would thus .be obtained, it does not seem a very wise desire. But since.we are assured that it is an undoubted desire of the Aus tralian Government, and as it is said that the Salvationists are about to send, out some thousands o£ their fanatics to occupy Australian'land given to them gratis, I cannot but think it might be possible for the suffering peasantry of Calabria to be assisted to . emigrate to the Antipodes. I am informed that these poor people, ruined by the repeated earthquakes and deprived of all which sustains life and renders toil possible, would gladly go anywhere and do any thing. They are used to hard, lots and to field labor; they, have. been so tor tured here that even the. hardships of emigrant ships and the pain of ...
MATRIMONIAL SAFEGUARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
MATRIMONIAL SAFEGUARDS. . No parent should permit a child to marry until the prospective bride or bridegroom can produce from a reputable insurance company an acceptance of her or Ms- life at ordinary rates. Here is i ready means to hand of determining fit ness;'Its adoption-would no doubt in crease the number of runaway matches to some extent,, but it would help to give : nause to hasty and emotional neonle.*'— VThe Hospital." ."How should wo get married if there were no London season V" asked the debutante. ".Some of you would get married' if you were bricked up jn an ogre's castle and lwd to lie rescued," said the American •millionaire. ".And ten seasons wouldn't marry the, rest »— "JjQudoir."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
Barons li? Eftry .^ndard Kbt GrqiipfiaUl 'S/'-'l Crumbs S •Srisf Oruni's doS* White ^*e>aUrtaiM ¥ 'Oretonnesfl'". ^ar% . Barfeafis f Etc. ^Cambric 'Crnj iLiuoiiCoai :Eml •19 ft jXa'dioa5 \\ Fan! 'Ooiored Tr' hppnese 3c6 ties :; .?|j be 'tutcosjlj/6 I , la i 'Skirfsj l3/(i|; "bwiss ' "od ■PrijaceBil Robes _ . .31ou^r 3/U ■; fy ,te Biwuses ;p/6 ■ ntifie^kirta 2/6 ■Sugafr 'Company's 70lb. Biigr-i—No. 3 13/11 -j 'I-O'l'4/l'l ; IA 15/6 'Smut Best TL/ivftrpnol ll-id Rock Salt, big lumps, £3 l'2*'6d ton TJetst -Liverpool Coarse Salt, 9/6 saok fBest-Castle Pino'SuH, 5/1) owt. /Best American 150 test., 9/1-1 oaso "^Tankeo'Doofllp, (inrk, 4/0 per lb. Champion, dark, 5/- pr.r lb. Red S&lt;-aI, dark, 2/101 por-lb. Fencsng Wire No. '8 Black, £10 7h fid per ton No. 8 Galvanized, £l 1 17s fid per ton Barbed, 14g, Lysaght's, £18 5s per ton 'Gaivan'iseci Iron Bast Reddiffe, 5 to 8ft., £22 17s 6d per tun ^are Reason s« Bargains in Men's Wear. ■MERCERY, CLOTHING-, BOOTS AND SHOES. Tan Teiai...
Commercial. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
'Commercial., WOOL. j ^WfeTrcnmbp, ( Jarson and 'Co., Ltd, ] •ljeport under date 25th January, 1910: •—We 'brought forward an excel ler. sele ition 'for our yesterday's sale, i)' «elu ling a number o, well-kndwn clip.1 i ag others being the Burnima clip Jf464 'bales'-; Clerkness, 200 bales. )iAm iroo, -200 bales ; Bully-fiyan, 20. J bales ; Bockham, 200 bales'; and quiti i number of well^grown Southern a^poois, together with some choice Nes ] nj^liiglaiid clips, which helped to mak&lt;: catalogue distinctly attractive,! ^'Competition again ruled very keen.! $$,'and the beat rates of tlie previoui >$)§*week wore paid. Only in the case oil ■^'Faulty skirtings iras irregularity notice^' sSfe'-ablo. The American demand has not lll'ceased, though the buying is of a 'more restrict,od character. Superfiue iM'wodk continue to command special f§'.prices. Comebacks and Orosrbreds *'Jhmeet the same keen market, and 3 'iambs wool is still further -improving position. Our sales includ...
THE NIGHT WATCHMAN. HIS LONELY WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
! THE NIGHT WATCHMAN. IMS LONELY WATCH. J sat in Uie hut of the man who watched tho road. It. was a lonely spot about a mile fyom the sea, nnd some tir trees that made the night seem d'arker stood like sentinels over us. rrhe waU-h'man had- ottered mo his bench with so .much courtesy that' I could not refuse it without oflend ing him. And now he stood at_ tho door of the hut smoking his little black cutty, which . was ornamented with a head of the late Queen. Mho grate of: coke, deep and wide,gloomed and burned red and blue, and the lit tle (lames leaped up ■.occasionally like (isht in the .water,..- 1 . , I cannot hope to tell. ol. the night. and its mystery, and of the moon, shaped like a- reaper's hook; us it passed through the sky sown with stars; nor. of thu sounds of' the iiiynt, the unexpected rustic of the, leaves of Lhe thickets "and hedge* not movc&lt;l by the wind, but by. some living tiling; nor of the strange forms that fami liar things take in the absence of th...
MURDER IN A HOTEL. UTTERLY UNPROVOKED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
MURDER IN A HOTEL. ;: UTTERLY TJN'I'HO VOICED, v-1 The "Daily Mail" .corespondent wrote from New XorU on October ' - '"Anthony .'Olesen, .a yohng Swede, shot and mortally woundedSir Hugh Hamil ton^ a wealthy pottery.manufacturer, In hie. diniug-rooin of the Hoi el Wilson at Pittsburg yesterday. . The murder was entirely unprovoked, as Oieson had never'.seen:-Mr Hamilton before, An infuriated crowd threatened to lynch the murderer, whom the police believe to bp an Anarchist; Oieson had a railway ticket to Wash ington, and admits thai he was on; his 'wayj there to' see Mr Hoosevelt. The authorities believe that, he is the same Oieson who entered the White House grounds on October 5, 1003, in suspicious circumstances, aud shot a policeman while escaping. If the world is ready made and society finally constituted, no sane man ran be satisfied. Hut happily both the world and society are in the process of making and therefore all comparison should be "with the past, with the stages Uuit a...
ELEVENFOLD BETROTHAL. A GIRL OF EIGHTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
ELEVENFOLD BETROTHAL. A GIRL. OF EIGHTEEN. ' Prom Geneva a correspondent of the London "Daily Mail"wrote on Septem ber 21:— , iMlle. Korner, of Thun, aged eighteen, has had the strange experience o£-being ' engage^ 'to be married to eleven men ai the same time. Posing ns a wealthy orphan, she corresponded with several matrimonial agencies .. in various Swiss towns,: forwarding photographs of a charming girl- friend instead of her'own. .-Without the knowledge of her parents, who are poor tradespeople, she corre sponded with all her lovers. I The affair had been going on several months when Mile. Korner decided upon a. bold bid for matrimony. She- invited her eleven' lovers to call upon her at the same hour on the same day, intending to throw herself on their mercy in the hope of finding one who would be willing to marry her. A hitch occurred in her plans,: how ever, as she - wasunable to send her ' parents away on an excursion, on which | she had counted, and one isunday after j noon...
MATCH-MAKING MAMMAS. A COMPACT REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
MATCH-MAKING MAMMAS. i . . A COMPACT REALISED. ; I A mother's compact, made- eighteen years aso in mid-ocean, has just had a ! happy termination in New York. In | 1887 the Jewish .families of .Herman and Shourman emigrated from England-/to■ America, and commenced the story which has ended in this pretty .romance of real life. On the deck of the liner the mothers watched the gambolling- of Wil liam son of the house of Herman, and-j Rosie, surnamed Shourman. They were ■] exactly of an .age, three years, and .that I day was their birthday. The mothers conversed secretly, and the agreement was made that when the lime came th?. children " should be united.- With .the | Jewish love of match-making. . the mothersdecided not to tell a soul, and ■ for 18 years no word of the betrothal had | been whispered. i The Hermans prospered in America, • but the air did not suit the "Shourmans. . and after a few years, they retunvrl t/.j . London.. The boy grew to, a line, sturdy I lad, and as Rosie bl...
THE CHURCH DEMOCRATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
THE CHURCH DEMOCRATIC. The Church of England in these open ing years of the now century Is ob-. ' viously making a greater'effort to get near to the people than it has done at any tinie since the Reformation. A re markable feature about this movement Is that it comes from above,rather 'than' below. : The bishops have had the most prominent part in the movement.— "Outlook," New York. A g.'iggoil press does not liolp to nimtitl public opinion in favor of ' reactionary.' measures.— "Daily Express."9
MAIL BAG ROBBERIES. GUARDS' VANS PILLAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
MAIL BAG ROBBERIES. GUARDS' VANS PILLAGED. According to the London "Daily Mail" Vof 'September'-29th, from South Wales-. ' aiid Yorkshire reports were .'received" on the previous night of daring mnil-bag robberies. In c;ich ease the thieves ab stracted the mails from the guard's van I of a train. .■ 1 | On arriving at - Caerphilly; a station on. i the Khymney railway, on a Wednesday night, the guard of a train that carried | 'the mails of the Senghenydd district, near Card iff, discovered that one of the ! I.'ost Office bags was; missing, A search ing investigation was at once made, but ( it was not until the following 'morning | that' the bag was found in a field near Caerphilly. It had been ripped open, liiul everything of value stolen. Only letters of an ordinary character had been left unopened. ! The guard left his van at Penyrheoi to examine the passengers' tickets, and it is believed' that the thieves watched their opportunity and deftly removed the bag from the off-side of t...
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
Church Services. CHTJEOH OF ENGLAND. First Sunday in the month—lioola gong 11 a.m. ?, Nyrang Creek 3.30 p.m.} Canowindra 7.30 p.m. Second Sunday in montli—Cano windra 10.30 a.m. (Holy Communion) Woodstock 3.30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Third Sunday in the month—Wood stock 11 a.m. (Holy Communion); Walli 2.45 p.m.; Canowindra 7.30 p.m. S Fourth Sunday in the month-~ ■; Lockwood 3pm.; Canowindra 7.30 p.m. Fifth Sunday in the month—Cano windra 11 a.m., Litany and Sermon ; Walli 3.30 p.m.; Woodstock 7.30 Bev. r f marchant.
Cricket. WATERGUMBEN V CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
Cricket. Wateeotj.mben v Canowixdba. Following is tho rosult of the match played botween tho above teams :— WATKRGCJIBEff, N Byall, b Kunny .. .. 0 AV McLood, 1> Kenny ... .. 12 M Thompson, b Keuny ,. .. fi J Onsack, b Piper .. .. .7 J V&lt;mey, b Viper .. .. 1 — Garden, b Quick .. .. 8 T Cueack, st Staines, b Piper .. 5 P Cueack, b Quich .... 3 \V Hlnckburn, b Quick .. .. 5 T Bentley, b Murray «. .. 2 B Yoney, not out . ., .. 0 Sundries ., .... 9 Total ...- .. 58 /. canowindiu. 0 Cobley, c McLood, b Ousack ... 10 L Quick, run out, b Garden .. 7 P Kenny, b Cueack .. .3 L Crowo, not out .. .. 14 S Piper, b Thompson .. .. C W Murray, 1) McLood .. ., 1 35 Webb, c Ciwick, b MoLeod ., 8 J Staines, o Yoney, b McLood ,. 0 T Finn, 1) MfiLnod - .. 0 H Cook, b Venoy .. ,. 7 J Joyce, c MoLeod, b Yeney .. 4 Sundrios,. .... 6 Total .. . .. ,. 66
Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
Stray Pars. A domostic cat, owned by Mr. Pat terson, of Ciunes, had n fig-lit with a finnke just outside hia residence. The result wu9 that (ho cat killed the nnnko and the snake killed the cat, When found. the eat wus sitting' on top of the euake, and. both woro duad, Probably the oldest working re porter in the world, Mr. James Mc Cartney, died on Decomber 9 in Dublin, in bis 82nd year; Ho had remained in the active discharge of his duties, as a momber of the ataffi of the " Freeman's Journal," until last autumn. The yellow man still pushes on. A. Chow, with the fragrant name of Jimmy Dung Tow, wus granted an auctioneer's license iu Brisbane the other day. Tho Co-operative Building Society has no placo for the wastor, unless he resolves to waste no moro. It has no place for tlio oppressor, as hugo profits are impossible. It has no place for tho adventurer, for there is no plunder to be obtained. But, its arms are •wide open for the toilers who are '■paying rent without a hope of e...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
Death. It is again our painful duty to re- port the death of a little 3½ years-old daughter of Mr Geo. McCartney, of Burdett, the sad event occurring on Wednesday, from paralysis. Only last week Mr McCartney buried a younger child, and less than a year ago he lost a fine boy under particu- larly painful circumstances. We join in the widespread expressions of re- gret, and in the heartfelt sympathy that is being extended on every hand to the bereaved parents.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
Wedding Bells. &nbsp; &nbsp; BYRNES—IRVINE. &nbsp; A quiet, but very pretty wedding (at which only the relatives of the contracting parties were present) took place at "Belvale," Burdett, the residence of the bridegroom's parents, on Wednesday, the 19th January, when Annie Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Alexander Irvine, of " The Junction," Toogong, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony, with William James, third son of Mr. and Mrs P. Byrnes, of Burdett. The Rev. Father Doran, P.P. of Canowindra, performed the ceremony. The bride liiofcfeji 'chaything -in an Erhpfre gown: o'i: cream 'striped silk 'voile, 'prettilyj tfimni&d 'with glace mllr, hice, and' trii& 'Idvers knots, 'aii'S w'dro ihe eus-j toitiiii'y wreath aiid veil; She 'iilso woro 'a golti:ttotiltl6t fetid pendrin't; and; carried a Bhovvor bou^Uei 'of-.Wltitaj carnations, rnargitp'i'ites fendisparngiinf ■fern, with cream streamers, the gifts of 'the 'bridegroom. She wa'sj...
A NEW RELIGION AMIRICA PUZZLED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
A NEW RELIGION &nbsp; AMERICA PUZZLED. Haying brought the Bible up to date, &nbsp; &nbsp; America has unearthed, a "Messiah," or "Prophet," and his cult, under the &nbsp; name of "Bahai Revelation," is spread- ing from New York and Boston to Chicago, and thence to the Pacific slope. &nbsp; The whole of this strange new religion is wrapped in mystery (writes the New York correspondent to the London &nbsp; "Daily Mail." The temple in 58th street, to which I gained admittance, was like a little con- cert-hall with daylight blocked out and electric lights most cunningly arranged. The mystic password was "Allah-U- Asha!" Crowds entered, chiefly ladies. Everybody was introduced to every- body, else—"Sister True, of Chicago," to "Miss Blossom, of Boston;" and then "Brother" Hoare caused a lectern to re- volve and rise, and gave out what sounded like a Surah of the Koran. We responded, devoutly, ''Allah-U-Abha!" whereupon it was announced that...
Local Toplcs. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
• 'A'moetingof the local ,7ockeyJClubj ■will ha'held 'tliis (Friday) : evening,' when 'wo hopo to seo.a'large'attend-* ance of tlie :sporting :'public. The .election of ■■ officers takeo .place-at1 this meetiug. ■ • . ■ Mr. Gr. Poek, 'our -local postmaster, is at present on holidays. Duruigbis absence Mr. White, 'of the'relieving, staff, lias charge. -A very heavy thunderstorm passed over Onnowindra last Friday morning: In. a fow minutes • the -street drains were running 'bankers. At the post office 130 points oi ram were regreter-: pd. Up to Saturday mormug tile total'fall-was-. ISO points. ■" The Amaroo Shire Council''has •» tradit lialanco of £2459 8s Tbe-sRev. D D.-Huufcer, MethcJdiafc jiTinistor, of Go\vrt!.. hns 'made ar-: frffijffll'nenta for tiio'.'.pui'biiase'fH ^pifco^ oj :Iancl in ''Oanowintlni,*?'as!asit'e'for; £bk%i*ecti&lt;Jn of r dltureh. ' >, ? ■ .Mv.JG-RO./WiilrinESh'h'a's'disposed'bt lifts bdo fi&aking -bu'sintsss ' to - Mi'. ' Stall; Costdiio. ;...
THE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 28 January 1910
THE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDATY, JANUARY 28, 1910. Locai and General. Mr N .Lavercombe, auctioneer, re .vports having sold durin? the past •mouth 5000 Nhoop. There is a good .-doiuand for crosebreds. We hear that tho ratepayers in the *!Eugowra portion of the Boree Shire Council are also desirous of being included in tho Canowindra Now ,-Shire. They will im given every assistance if they take the right action 4o lie included. Tho valuer for Boree Sliire was in "the town of Canowindra this week. Mr ,T D Rohison, the popular peda gogue at Qhaucer for several years, lias been transferred to Homewood. near Cowra. While pleased to hear of his advancement, we are sorry to lose a gentleman of his type from the \district. JVtins Anne CuUan. who had charge of a school nnttr Wot'dHtoelt last year, has received the appointment at Chaucer. Tliern is more than the ortIi'tla.''y to Bee in Ouo. Niswxtix's Window.# Owing to a nnrabor of changes of ndvortijCiiiontH rftceiyisd' lata we havo V>«nn emnp...