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POST OFFICE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

POST OFFICE HOTEL. In this issue Mr. cteo. Marshall tin nounces that he lias taknn over the above hostelry at Eiifrovtra, and in future good accommodation and the bost of beers and spit-its will be ob tainable th&ro. The people of Eu trowra will find Mr. Marshall a pro gressive aild desirable citiaen, and we wish hiui every success in his notv venture.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY AND ENGLAND. PHILES AND PHOBES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

GERMANY AND ENGLAND. PHILES AJsTD PHOBES. ! None but a few Irreconcilable Teutnn phobes (writes "Public Opinion" on Sth December), who regard the greatness of Germany and England as incompatible, will fail to welcome the new movement l for the promotion of goodwill between the two countries. In various directions j the idea seems to have sprung up in the last few days, and Influential people like ; Lord Avebury and the German Ambas sador are throwing themselves cordially into the .business of propagating the new 1 international gospel. | At the Lyceum Club on Saturday Count "Wolff Metternich pointed out that Great Britain and Germany had never ' had a serious quarrel, and in spite of ! certain shadows which came between j- them he was confident that the thought ' of armed conflict was abhorrent to both. War would be sheer criminal folly. ; Hitherto the atmosphere of bitterness | had made any word on the other side appear like preaching in the wilderness. Great Britain had now set th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Visit of Mr. Waddell. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

Visit of R/irv WacJtdelK The Hon T Waddell, State Treasurer, member for this district, visited Canowuidra last Monday. IJe was driven hero froru Cargo h.y Mr Mayne, arriving about 11 a.m.. and left again by the Woodstock conch for Sydney. During his brief stay several local requirements were brought under hiB notice. In CDtnpany with Messrs T J Finn, F E Hraven, C MeDonagh, S iParker, J Cook. J Brotherton, and W Clark he inspected the local trucking yardf and platform, and it was pointed out to him that the men had 'oeeu kuookeii off this end on account of the cost of obtaining metal here being regarded too heavy. Mr Finn contended that the extra cost was not sufficient to warrant them delaying the work on that account, and further that the luotat which could be obtained here was of first-class quality atid better than could be obtained at Kangaroo. Mr Waddell, in reply-, stated that hi1 was given to Understand that the line would be completed according to the time stipulated, and s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

THE CffKOWINDRA STAR 'FRIDAY, fV.BIW \ KY-l 1910. Local and General. ' The schools thro'i<*hout thin district ADOiiBd again on Monday last. The local public nchnol had 80 scholurn'the 'litHt' day, and should thin average be kept up they will bo entitled to another assistant teacher. Mr. S Dunldey, head fnaeher of the local public bcIigoI, infoitna us that tlx'i-o 5h noma hope of technical clacses lieidg- ohfainnd for Oanowindra. These would include cnnlcing, millin ery, carpentry, and scionee classes. Judging hy the-ramarka made at £hn Progvons Association meeting on Tuesday night Just, there is a growing feeling that our sanitary inspector is inwiffininnf-ly paid for the work he in • expected to do. III our opinion n military inspector should bo paid nothing leas than £100 por anuum. The young people nbonf Lockwood intond to form a tennis club Mr. J M Atkinson, pronrWor of Cunomndine Station, intends hun.'ig ♦ho ("tephonn lino which now connect, hi* plnce with Cargo alte...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd, I Capital Paid Up.. £1,500,000 0 0 i Keserve Fund .. £I,3«I0,000 '0 0 ! Beserve Capital £1,500,000 0 0 £4,800;»00 0 0 Liberal Advances Wade on Ap proved Securities. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at Interest. AU-Ustra! Banking Business Trans V^IATCHFOHD, Manager Canowindra Branch. '78/1/99 E I Mr. Hbrace Jones, Dentist, (Formerly of Mncquarie St., Sydney). Consultation Hours at the Canowindra Pharmacy f 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. we<-k days, j Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Kxcept Alternnte Sundays, 9 to 6 p.m. Public Holidays 9 to 1 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. B. JONES SflRCEON :: DENTIST, # & COWRA, & & Will visit Canowindra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Oate of Next Visit, 12th and 13th FEBRUARY The Junction Hotel Under its Now Munagnnipnt.. ' M I. COONEY, (Late of Imperial Hotel, Murlgoe). — will Htill romairi — - - THE HOTEL - - At wliinh the bnst of Accommodation aud Liquors are obtaina...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

WARDEN'S COURT. A further suspension of the labor con ditions win grunted to William Dawes for 6 months ut tlio Gospel 0:ilt mine. An uppliciitiou liy .fu-i Kins for a peimit to occupy residence urea of 2 acres was refused.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. (Before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) THURSDAY, 3RD IINST. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

Police Court* (Before Mr. F. B. Treatt, P.M.) THURSDAY, 3rd IINRT. Joseph Hamford, on bail, {or being drunk on the 29th ultimo, was fined 3s, in default 48 hours with hard labor, and oti a further charge of behaving in an in. suiting manner to Constable Ruffles in the main street was fined 20s, in default 7 days with hard labor> Fines paid. James Dourke, on bail, for being drunk on the 29th ultimo, was fined 5s, in de fault 48 hours with hard labon He was further charged with using matches other than those so made as to strike only on a preparation affixed to the containing box. The P.M. said this charge was evidently done to acquaint the public of the fact that wax matches could not be used with in the Borne Shire from the 1st day of November in each year to the 31st day of March then next siicceeeding, and it be ing the first case, would impose the fine of is, in default 1 hour With light labor. Fine paid. Thomas Smith, on bail, for being drunk on the 29th ultimo, was fined 5Sj...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LITTLE KNOWN LAND. FIFTY NEW GROUPS OF ANIMALS EXPLORERS STOPPED BY ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

A LITTLE KNOWN LAND. ' FIFTY NEW GROUPS OF ANIMALS i EXPLORERS STOPPED . BY ICE. I>r. Erich Zugmaycr, the Austrian ex plorer, has returned to Leh, in Kash mir, from an expedition towards the cast and south-east of. Tibet, in a hith erto entirely unknown region. The explorer expresses himself highly satisfied with the scientific results of the journey. . Among the zoological speci mens he hti.s secured are twenty new : species and fifty new groups of small animals. j Next to the exploration of unknown 1 land (says Router) a collection of data for the correction of existing maps ap ' pears to him to be particularly import ant, and he severely condemns what he characterises as "tho misleading levity" • with which' geographical details ara often treated by cartographers. ! Of great importance geologically is the fact, ascertained beyond all doubt, i of the existence of recent volcanic con formations in Tibet, a well-konwn con . troversinl point. The botanical speci : mens gathered at...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE LAND OF IND. THE ROYAL TOUR. THE NATIVE WELCOMES. DURBAR AT INDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

m THE LAND OF 1MB. THE ROYAL. TOUR. the' native welcomes. *> DUItBAR AT INDORTO. is The Prince of Wales held a DurDar itx " Indore in December, wlhch was attend/ed by all the Chiefs oc Central India extn>pt the Maharaja Holkar, who, as the Pritlce of the State, was received in private audience. The Princess of Wales w<as present at the ceremony, which was pt an interesting character. In the after noon the Prince and Princess were pre sent at a garden party and conversed with the Chiefs. Next day the Prince inspected the Bhopal Victoria Lancers, , a regiment of the Imperial Service troops, and afterwards presented new colors to the York and Lancaster Regi ment. 'Eclward Hall, which the Prince opened on his way to the station, has been erected by the State In commemoration of the '.King's accession. It is a hand some building In red and white stone, with a tower, surmounted by a dome and fitted with a clock and chimes. The ar chitectural style is Hindu. It has been co...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRIDGET MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

BRIDGET ^MISTAKE. It wasn't entirely tier fault, for Bridget find only just begun lier work at the Rrlggs home. How could she knowthat Helen's three little neighbors, Daisy, Marie, and Grace, often played house very seriously in the big room on' tiie third floor? "Let the young ladies come right up, Bridget, when they arrive." Helen spoke like the mistress ot a house, though she was only ten. Bridget stared at her for a moment, then asked it she meant the three "children" who had been up stairs the day before. "Yes, Bridget, the three young ladies,'.' replied Helen. "Ask them if they will please come right up." When the four girls were together up there the big room was a whole house, with living rooms, bedrooms and kitchen. They lived together as one family, tho/ugh Grace and Helen were married; Daisy was a widow and Marie a spinster. I Grace was Mrs Hawkins, Helen was I Mrs Anderson. Both husbands were j travelling salesmen, and therefore rarely at home. The Hawkins and the Antler...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

cX s e the saahe consum iis Action on the sefcret - ive- or^Eons is ei 'once stimulative '^'curaiive.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Progress Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

Progress Association; ANNUAL MEETING. , A meetibg of the above was held in tjl'e local "hall on Tuesday eVeuingiast. Present '—JviesBrfl, 'John Jioyd (Vicn pr'esident, in tne chair), E M Finn, R T Angwjn; Stan Parker, ll Murrnj', P Kenny, W Clark, ft R McDonald,. .0 Archer, G Newman, C MbDo'ijagh, W Crouch^K jqr, R-Ayrton, J brother ton, andthe secretary (Mr M J Finn). The ni'ihiiteu o^laat meeting were read and confirmed^ A deal of correa'ponderice relating to the telephone eichange at Cano windrn,, direct telephone comrfuinica tion to'Eugnwra, etc. (similar to whnt has already been published), read Ve'oeived. A' small account'from Mr T J 'Fi'ui was passed for payment. A vote thanks was . accorded thi proprietor of the "Star" for forgoing I the advertising accouut. ''Fourteen ' then "be'ciim? "members, £nd tho election of A'fficera Tor tlie eti suing.year was proceeded with. Mr T J Finn "was reflected , presi dent'; Messrs R T Aug win, t> R Mc Donald, and ft Ayrtim we.r«j .'appo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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[?]MERE NONENTITY SKETCHED IN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

HH/IERE NONENTUl SKETCHED IN SOCIETY. \ \a ln.os,t unsJitabio Jnatjh," sad Lady Julia Lungtou, spoaking I Why?'1"0 hCr USUttl dccisi4,n I -Ahy ,Ju,lia.shruffe'cd her shoulders, un, i don t know, excepting' that LccL™' marriil^ ttre sclcl°m a m'iiiUv W'-t -,Kaf mixcd?" I asked "yi* ■ , she-as good ashes—?" T>,iin *t' ,)etter," said Lady thev ?al'y' "and that is why on?v ! i (f' on~you she is a gssr. •in«n?af/va? a -LM'y, flrm chin;''--1 .said meditatively, and she has most of she 'I!?' i at ,leu,st' so I assume, or >he and her brother would not be fctujmg at the Carlton." 'with01*' b"<?' c?nt '"anagc a man with a- mere, chin, said Lady .Julia W ^l VilVr,Cy; want man! nci and Knowledge of the world, and n Lf°r, l°i 0thcr thl"Zs- Ho is the most selfish young man I: have ever come across. llIld Ulat, you must ud ' ' -sa-V'»S 'l S-'-eat deal in (iu.St! t-],T of-.seJfTContTOl.'younjj men." JJe has been spoiit." ..Z'lr shamefully." she agreed. ioo^t1,,;:;^^soou u"spoii S»h...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

by having Hlcfes' " Ideal" Fire Fighter handy. It is always ready for immediate use,' and is strong, powerful and abso lutely reliable. Catalogues Post Free. Also: Hicks' " Ideal " Fumigator, Poison Carts, Pit Traps, Sheep Troughing, See. T. H. HICKS MAKER N. BOTANY Chas. B. PARKER TEL- 2195 C,TY MINT, •• W St., Iy«n*y THE BEST for all good work where a High-class Finish ft> required. It will stand the weather and will not blister, crack, peel off or fade. . HOTEL MANSION BAY8WATER ROAD THE HIQHE8T AND MOST OONVENIENT position IN 6YDNEY 180 Bedvoomi j18 Hot and Oold Bathi | Eleotrle Elevator» Eleotrio Light) Oomfovtablo Publlo Rooma| Bsoellent flalilne | Saloon Bar itoeked with flneit WIn«a and Spirit* | King Street Tram—penny leotlon—pais the door. TARIFF: telephohb: bib w®. 8t. &2 10s. Weekly; 8s. per Day. M, HILLIARD, Manageress. DANKS & 80N PROPRIETARY LTD., Importers and Manufacturers, 324. PITT STREET, SYDNEY. Galvanised " Steel Star" Windmills " Unique " Br...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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OF COURSE HE COULD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

Of COURSE HE COUIiD. A sculling match oncc took place under the auspices of the athletic association at Oxford, the contestants being a Londoner, of the Ox ford crew, and an Irishman, of the Cambridge crow. Tho Oxford man won handily, at no stage of the race being In danger of defeat. So sure; was he of winning the contest that in a spirit of fun he coa-sed rowing several times, and bado the Celt In the rear to "hurry up." When the race was over tho Irishman re ceived a good deal rf rfiaff at tho hands of all, in view of tho overwhelming defeat.. But to this he merely elevated his eyebrows. "Suro," lie finally consented to reply, "I'd have beaten him easily If I'd ta,kcn tho long rests that ho took. Mrs "TCmma Challenger, a woll-drcsscd woman, wlio wis fined last month sit Willpsden for being .drunk- and disor dorly, oxcuswl herself by'saying, "My husband told me to go to the devil, and I thought I would."

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 — 4 February 1910

V '•Ha S Great NOW. IN FULL MER SALE ©■lir' $%brdil' lufe fertfvtfded (ev&ry 'clay. The big Mfgams % 'rieWI -more sof 'the 'Lowest Sale P CSOlCilERY lEPillRfTMfelST. ^WliSre 'Pficefe 'Siftl fQiiality ^p'etfk 'ftit 'tti^elveSo ; % Siigar : *rO6m^iny'8?70ib.!BagS—'No. 3 13/11;;TC' fe/i 1: ;!& 15/6 !'Ssilt v ■'ilfeest ' Liverpool'iRed Rocik,'in largeWfiips ;. ''ton'lolB'£3 128 6d >! ]vEagle,' Coarse "Castle, Fine L , A Kerosene 'Beat African Snowflaka, 150 test, ^Yankee boodle, "dork .Champion,' dark Ked Seal,'dark per sack' 9/ti & 'per owt. 5/i 1 11 ! 9/11'p£r case | *4/9 per lb. J '5/• per lb. ' "2/10J per lb. ' BOOt DEPAlTPJIENT. Sensational Bargains. Everything Reduced, There's -Honest Weai' in every Pair, ^Women's heavy Loather'Luca Boots ^JVfaiil's'Light'Leather Lace Bo.ots • . ^WoinenVLight'Leathpr Lii.ce Boot's • .Men.VLucft-up, Boots,'Fine'Leatber __ ^Men's'Kip'Eubbiteis ;for Winter WeSr Ladies' Black.Canvas'Labe Shoes '.. Men's.farpat.Slippers .. Me...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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JAPAN'S FINANCES. PROVISION FOR THE WAR EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

JAPAN'S FINANCES. I PROVISION FOR THE WAR EXPEN- 1 DITURE. . ' According- to the London "Times,") the, ' Budget for ■ next year shows IA1,000,000 annually devoted to the ser vice of the war debts which will be fully | redeemed in about thirty years. A fur- 1 iher sum of L3,500,000 is devoted to the repayment of ante bellum debts. Normal expenditure, unconnected with the war, amounts to L23,000,000, and expenditure' consequent upon the war—namely, that required for the withdrawal of the troops, for rewards and pensions, for the' service of the debt, etc., aggregates! LiSO.OOO.OOO, of which 1,17,000,000 is of a; permanent nature, and will be met Dy j continuing the war taxes and other; sources of revenue. The remainder is temporary, and will be met in various, ways, notably bv an internal' loan of [ 1^13,000,000, of which about half takes the ! form of pension bonds for soldiers,' while : the other half will be issuei!'»fr:rt year, | when money will be plentiful, owing to, the redempt...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

Stray ParSi v Dr. Awdn w Boss, - who -for '23 years •coutinuou.sly represented Mo'.ong in the Stato Parliament, iliod at Surry Hills oil Saturday, at tlio ago of 81 yerirs. Tbo I3rown goldinjj R. was Bold at TVoodatoel: mens for jSl.ll.'l We ore told tlmf. tho character of a wise man consists in thvoo things—to do hiiUHo'f what lm tf'lla of! hi re to do, to act on no ocen«i<ui contrary to justice, arid to bear with 'the wcalc nossew of ofbors. Now how many wine. nion am thorp in Canowimira? Don't all speak at once. The Molpng Joclipy Club has voted £!)0/fis -prize inonoy for it« rncfs on. March 9. Major Claude Smith do . noted £ 10 towards tlio prizo fund. , Court Little Jolin, A.O P , OraiijL'P, is tlio strongest indivivhml brunch numerically in {he Statu with close 'on 400 financial members. Tho total ■ •.vorthnif the funds nrnount to £35:25. In fining .three Hindoos' for riotous I buhaviour at Lismoro, tlin magiHtrute ' snid the HindooB wore not only a nuisance but wer...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

Either is Woo! or Station sr -Baiehsrs' Prates StSHUTE, BELL & GO.! LIMITED Desire td Have Your Business.' Each Head of the [Company a • . ,Worker in iha interests of the Constituents, CALL AND SEE THEM WHEN: ' NEXT if] TOWN. Proceeds Protected. Trust-Account: Canft'M.S. Wales. Wool Wurslionse: CENTRAL'WHARF . Produce Storiis: CIRCULAR QUA'V i|w: 44 fitllOGE STREET, SYDNEY 'SSecl Wheat (SEED WftEAT, 'Federation, i'oJnnT., arid good clean ALGEKIAN OATS for sale. Applv ■p.. KYANV . " MffidloW," CariowiiiVlra. Torn Mu'rfaf, STOCK. STATION, GENBUAL •COMMISSION AGENT. ■ C A ft 6 WISDR A. WHEAT Bought. in any quantity for 'CASH. .Afcpn't for—• , Siiihtiej Hams Machinery, tlfe Aus 'trnlian Mutual Fii g InsUriiiiCP Co.; also Dnlgoty and Co'a'. Oil and Stenrii Jinifines. ' BOYD'S Victoria Hdtel Canowindra, The Leading Hoiel of the District. None but the bf>st brands of Wines and Sjiiriis Stocked. Tooth's 'XXX . Ales 'and Stout on 'Draught. TWbent of. AeC' iiinicidation and First '...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910

■frsi) <™2t^£ATIQN OFJRESI7M^T16n OFLAND,under;THE " PUBLIC tVORKS ACT,' j'900." I New Sooth WAmb, ) By 'HTa /Excel - I to Wit. j lericy tfie Honor ";iblo'Si&"(JEdSQE ;JBow£n BtMPSON, Knight, 'Senior Judge ' of ' the 'Siipreffie 'Cotirt -of the' State' of '.New 'South /Wales,' adminis tering the..'Go 0 <»:/-\ verriment'of'tbe kt>lMP30N}s said State and rator of the its 'Deperideh inrnebt.,. 'ries.in theCo'm 'monwealtii of p yVL- AuB'ti-alJa. dAS a certain public work, i ■ ia to say, the construction |wra'to Cauowiu'dra Railway |®'f 'Stite, .'has 'be&a 'duly J'd 'and partly 'carried outi he " Cowra to 'Canowiri'dra ^ct, 19,08,". aiid tils. Secre yblie WorKfl was thereby to undertake and 'carry! 1 work subject to the 'pro file said Act, 'arid for that luld be, at'id should have tlie V"es 0 Constructing I litlim the meaning of the forks Act, 190*0 : Arid' i necessary and advisable fldition'al ..land described le hereto for side ciitfing n the sa...

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