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A NICE PAPA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
A NICE PAPA. Elsie had lo write an essay about boy,'5,*4iud'this is^what slie wrote:"Boys are men that have not got as big- as their papas; and girls are women that •will be ladies by-aiul-by. Boys are a trouble. They wear out everything ex cept soap. My papa is so nice that I think he must have been a little, girl when lie was a little boy!"
THE MESSAGE OF THE CASEMENT CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
THE MESSAGE OF THE CASEMENT By COMRIE COLQUHOUN CHAFTKR X. It was night, and tranquillity reigned | In the garden o£ Trevor lodge. A crescent moon rode serenely through banks ot fleecy clouds, tipping the tops ot shrubs and apple trees with silvery light, and giving a subdued sheen to the trim lawn. The lights in the drawlngroom Had just been extinguished, and a few moments afterwards a young man climbed the , garden wall and stole noiselessly to . wards the house. He avoided the gravel path and kept to the lawn, the thick, •velvety turf deadening hlfl footsteps. When he arrived at the gravelled pla teau underneath the window he stooped down, and picking up a pebble, shot It from his flnger and thumb in the direc tion of a casement. He listened atten tively. Tat! The sound told him that the light pebble had struck the window. A few moments of anxious silence, and then his signal ,was answered by a gen tle tap on the window-pane. He retraced his steps across the lawn, sat down on a g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
The vital trade centre. The unfailing Index of the country's condition. The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. The arp.laa of ceaseless activity. The .bees that make the honey. Tl^e Farmers' and Growers' best friend. Smith's Chaff Bags Cost Less and that's the only difference between them and the higher priced bags. There's ar. much quality in every square inch of Smith's as in the best chaff bag you can get. Which'll you have. Mr. Farmer, the same quality bag at the higher price, or the lower figure? Write about them. HERE'S OUR ADDRESS:— T. SMITH & Co., Ltd. Sack Specialist*, SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. THE MACRAE COMPANY, MARKET WHARF, SYDNEY, Auctioneers and General Commission Hgents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Whcatcn Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard, Oats, Wheat and Straw always on liand at lowest possible prices. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. 1 Ship aU your MAIZE. hay, oats, chaff uuuvv^no . and dairy produce to ROWLEY WALKER COMMISSION AGENT, &...
EDITOR'S ALLEGED LIBEL. JUSTICES' ACTION AGAINST SIR EDWARD RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
I : . I EDITOR'S ALLEGED LIBEL. .JUSTICES' ACTION AGAINST .Sill EDWARD HUSSEIN. Sir. Kdward RuhsuII, editor of the | "Liverpool Daily Post and .••Mercury," was yesterday the defendant in a ! criminal libel- action brought by | eight of the city licensing justices at the Liverpool Assizes before Mi- Jus [ tice Bray and a common jury, Counsel for the justices were Mrj W. F. Taylor, K.C., with air F. E. , Smith and Mr W. IT. S. Oullon; while defendant;.? counsel woro Mr Ilufus 'Isaacs, IC.C., Mr Horridge, K.C., and Air Hemmerdc. The alleged libel was contained in a leading article in the newspaper named above criticising llvj action of the Licensing Committee at a meet ing called to fix the amount of levy on licensed houses for compen sation in the case of licenses extin guished. The maximum sum that might bo raised for that purpose wa.s £30,700. It was decided at the meeting to raise only about one-half of this sum, the complainants oppos ing an amendment in favor of levying] the maxi...
CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
CHAPTER II. "It cannot be said that you possess the . Brownlow spirit, Mab. Fretting your heart out for a man who has ceased to . remind you of his existence—why, your conduct is perfectly silly." Yes, silly— that's the word." Mr., Brownlow was undoubtedly angry with" his niece. ' > "And to think that a wealthy man is sager to throw himself at your feet," he went on; "a man who can crowd your life with luxuries. Why, you ought to be thankful that that penniless doctor's assistant chose to make himself scarce, and so left you free to make a marriage in keeping with the traditions of your family." As he spoke, Jlab sat with bent head, her interlaced hands on her knee?. Her uncle's ivorda induced sombre thoughts. Suddenly she roused herself. Her blue eyes became illumined with a tender light. "I am bound to Gilbert Davenport by a promise," she said, quietly, "and I shall not break It. The fact that I have not heard from' him Is 110 proof that he has forgotten me. Many things may hav...
THE RUSSIAN PEASANT. WHAT HE WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
THE RUSSIAN FEASANT. WHAT HE ' WANTS. J.P. in "M.A.P." writes:— The Russian peasant, while demand ing changes quite as revolutionary as the artisans of the towna, demands thorn in a somewhat different spirit, and looks to other agencies. To the Russian peasant, the enemy is not the far dis tant and half divine Tsar; the enemy is the iandlord, the bailiff, the tax col lector, the publican, who bleed him, and pauperise him, and starve him. It is against these immediate enemies that the peasant rages, and, therefore, in the Russian country districts revolution has taken the shape of burning landlords' houses and sometimes killing the land lords themselves. It is landlordism the peasant wants to destroy, not Tsardom. And accordingly, there arc two revolu tionary currents not altogether flowing In the same direction, in fact, flowing in opposite directions. The revolutionary movement of the towns is against Tsar dom; the revolutionary movement in the country is rather for Tsardom an J ag...
THE SHAM HUSBAND. A WIFE'S SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
THE SHAM HUSBAND. A WIPE'S SCHEME. "Would you like to have a new suit of clothes and 1001. besides ?" The words were addressed by an old lady to an in dividual who was strolling aJong one o£ the streets of Paris, shivefing, and in rags, as he was out of work, and hardly knew whither to turn for a bit of bread. Thinking this a poor jest, the man vouchsafed no reply, and when the offer was repeated he inquired, sulkily, "Do you want my life?" "No. All you have to do is to bo this lady's husband," said the venerable dame, pointing to a pretty young woman, by whom she was accom panied. This explanation would have been a riddle, even to the most astute, and the individual who had been thus favored made no effort to get to the bot tom of a mystery which was beyond his intellect, but the idea was not so very repugnant, after all, to any admirer of the fair sex; and the new suit of clothes and the money proving an additional, and even more substantial, inducement, ho accepted the propositio...
THE LEGION OF HONOR. FOR FRENCH ACTRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
THE LEGION OF HONOR. FOR FRENCH ACTRESSES. Nominations (wrote the correspondent at Paris o£ the London "Daily Tele graph" on the 2rth of Juiy) for Madame Bartet and Madame Sarah Bernhard; in the Legion of Honor, proposed by the Minister oC Fine Arts, having been re jected by the ancient and traditional chancery of the Order. M. Jules Claretie has applied to the very fountain-head and obtained the red ribbon for the for mer actress, the most distinguished lady societaire of his company. The President of the Republic is, by right. Grand Mas ter of the Order of the Legion of Honor. M. Claretie obtained an audience of M. Loubet, and asked him whether he disap proved of conferring the cross on so dis tinguished an actress as Madame Bartet. The President, on the contrary, approved heartily, and there and then signed the needful decree. This having received the sanction of the chancery, which was a matter of course under the circum stances, will appear shortly in the "Jour nal Offlciel." I...
THE CHRISTIE JEWEL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
THE CHRISTIE JEWEL ROBBERY. The sequel to the theft o£ jewels from Christie's was heard at the Old Bailey oil July 25th, when the woman, Annie Grant, described as an actress, wis In dicted for stealing a pearl necklace of the value of L2000, tlie property of Messrs Agnew. ' Accused pleaded guilty. : Inspector : Drew said-the prisoner's rear name was Gleeson, and :licr. husband was now undergoing eight years' im prisonment 111 America. She was de scribed by the American police as a notorious shop-lifter, and twelve, months ago was arrested there for tlie offence. : Being.admitted to bail, she absconded, and since then she had been the con stant associate in this country of tlitt most dangerous class of American Continental thieves. One of her' c$.™. panions was known in America as the 'Trince of Thieves," and* in the Ameri can description of her she was said to be a "penny weighter." The Recorder: A what? ■Drew: A "pen-uy weighter." That is one who goes into a jeweller's shop,' in sp...
WORRY AND THE LONG LIFE. A SUGGESTIVE LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
WORRY AND THE LONG LIFE. A SUGGESTIVE LECTURE. " Many - valuable and suggestive papers have been read before the Public Health Congress on a variety of subjects, from London drainage to sanatoria for con sumptives, but none has arrested atten tion more surely than the presidential address delivered by Sir James Crichton Brown on the possibility of living to the age of live score years. It was a Napoleonic maxim that no man was any good after GO; recently Professor Ostler startled young .men of 40 by telling them that their period of usefulness was over, and that by the time they reached 60 they had better take a dose of chloroform. : Sir James Crichton-Browne seeks to reassure them. Out of the fulness of his scientific knowledge he assures them that it is a good working hypotheosis that the natural life of a man is 100 years. We live admittedly in a neurotic age; we hear much of physical deterioration, on the one hand, and of nervous break down on the other. Yet, with-it all, the on...
Mr Waddell at Cudal. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 February 1910
Mi1 Waddel! at Cudal. While in Cudal a couple of deputations waited on Mr Waddell regarding local requirements. A deputation froni ;tlie School oi Arts' committee asked for a special grant to wards building a new School of Arts. TheX, however, received the same reply as the deputation at Canowandia, which was that no special grants we.-e now made, but there was a fixed amount for subsidy which they would receive. A second deputation representing the ratepayers of the municipality waited on the Minister to urge him to use his in fluence with the government to get the llorec Shire to withdraw their opposition to the absorption of.the municipality. M* Waddell,; in reply, said he did not Isnov/ if the shire council had the power to refuse to consent to the absorption. If they'had, he was powerless to render assistance, ilc would suggest, However, that the Couuci! Gltrk write £o him ex plaining the council's case in full. He would lay this before the Minister for Works, and if anything c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 February 1910
EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION —OF - Pastures Protection Board. |T is hereby notified than an ELEC 1 TION of ONE DIRECTOR of the Pastures Protection Board for the Pas tures Protection Distriot of Molong (in the -place of Lancelot Noel Smith re sio^ied') is required to be held, aud that TUESDAY, the 1st'day of MARCH, I'910, has been fixed as the Day of Nomination erf -Candidature at suoh Election. Candidates to be qualified . for Election -must hnvo their names on the Roll, have paid all rates duo by them to the Board, and must be nomi-, natcd by not lens than three persons who are'eutitlpd to vote at the Elec tion. All Nominations mutt 'be made in the form as follows, and must 'con tain the-consent'tif'the person Herni ated. •form of Nomination Paper. We, the undersigned persons en titled to vote -rtt'the Election of 'Direc tors of the Pastures 'Protection -Board •for ;tke Distriot 'Of Molong, hereby nominate (stating christian and sur •name,-both-in'full) of (stating address and occupation...
Lyndhurst Races. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 February 1910
LyntS 3d arat Rase-s. The above were? held on Wednesday inat. in the |H'Hacuch of iv good -crowd, • under favorable weather con dir,inns. A. good nnniboi' were present. from: Oanowindra. J?ollowii)y are the !'&lt;• -milts :—■ ■ ■ • 'Opening Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Tl)9. Mom Dor 1 Asthore 8.4, 2 VFjndy Alice .7 13, .1. Eight. started .•Bettui!*-.: .2. to I Ast.hore. 5 to 1 Ante lope, 7 to i. Tho Member. Won by half n lenaiili ■ Bnliibula Hnndicap, 7 iurlonfi'S.— Thoooin 9:2',, 1 ; A-; W. 9; 12. 2 ; Ynlloy 7.0; 3.; Four started. Bolting : Even inniipy .'I'lioiiciu, 5 to 4 A.W., 4 to I • Vollo.v.'-. Wott'easjijV . - LviKlfmi'st JO. - tKrclica-p, I mile.— Gain 8.3. OtI>-"7.IO, 2; Tli&lt;> ■■Member 9.6,-3. pM'O ran; Betting : 8 to '1 Gain -and Lfidj^ Alice, A to AO 1 others. Won by:a head, after a gimd nice, ■ ■■ . .TPu-blteaifa •• Purse, 7 furlmius.— T'dlov G.KO, 1 ; A.W. 9.'2, 2 ; W.l). fi.7, 3. Otrlv three slartod. BotHn^■: 2 to 1 • an-Volley, 5 to I others. ' Won...
CUDAL. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 February 1910
CUBAL. (From our Cori'ospon/ionl).. ■Plonsant woathov prevaila horn ju-si itiow. The (lnys :iro a.. lirrlo worm,.' |l»nt r,ho nights urn bountiful stud soot. Tlio rainfallliaro for tiio lsinnHi of .January w&lt;w 603: points. Tlio uann itry HI'OH'.rd ia louivirji^wsll', £iik] (I few -hi/wiTH would tm.siire good gras ifor.lho. winter;. : Ari ennruiou-i quantity of wheat has b0)en passing through: bf>ro during rli«. past «ix wool™ for lYIunildra railway station. This gnos to show what a-: splendid wheat yiold litis boon • obtain-:■ ed in tho district. No loss than 81) teams wore counted in ivlaiiildra on., one day. A day's sports in aid of -tho', Sahool.j of Arfs buildiiuc-fiincl will br.i lu'ld or tbo 7?lh April iipxI:. A Hplunrliil... pro-; i i^ranzmo has bofiii drawnmi, inr;Iiif3ing> i. bicycle events, fuotruiinuig, -trotting, I etc. •
North Logan. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 February 1910
North "Logant ^Beside the 10,000 'acres 'tha't arc to fee cut-up by the 'Government in 'con nection, with the North 'Logan tg Rtimptiou, it is more than -probable' th it some of th" privately-owned land in tins estate Tvill •shortly 'be iput on the mffrket, on theTery 'liberal terms of. 15 per 'cen't. deposituo instalment toi twe years;; 'the remaining pay men t.s spread -over 15.years, 'bearing' 'low interest. ;|
MEMBER'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 February 1910
MEMBER'S WORK The Hon. T. Waddell lias forward ed the '"following communication — Public Works Department, Sydney, •'/•i/IOIO.—'Gowra :to 'Oanowindra Railway—-Stonefor Sletalling.—Sir,— I have the 'honor, 'bj 'direction off the Minister,- to inform -you that it has boon .arranged to take at least 4000 cubic yards c>f atone "from the Blue ilankiit Mine at Canowindra, and about '6,500 cubic yards 'from land owned by Mr. Thosaas Ootttts. The stone from Ccratts' 'to be used up to ."the 'Belabula Jfciver, and the Blue Jacket stone 'beyond the river.— I have, otc,, W. if. Rank*., Under Secretary. Mr. Waddoll ;ia urging that 'the work on the town side be pushed on rapidly. Mi. "Wad dell has'asked Mr. 'Garvan tc seriously consider 'the question of making Gaiiow>indra a Sergeant's station.
Cudal Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 February 1910
Cudal Jockey Glub. A largely attended meeting: was' held at Taylor's hotel recently for 'the! purpose of receiviug the 'balance sheet, \ election of officers, etc. The balance! sheet showed a /credit balance of £4 16s 6d. The following officers were selected":—Patron, Mr L N| Smith president, Mr WO Bowman vice^prpsidents, Messrs Mac Smith, A: TC Mcltnllar, and J Keenan; secretary^ Mr S G .Earngey;; 'treasurer, Mr J Landauer■ judge, Mr H Keonan-;| clerk of.the scales, Mr R A Young, ;!i clerk of course, Mr E Moon, ;jjunr. starter,- Mr J Kidd. Committee—, Messrs G- Hnrtas, G Wilkinson, S. Taylor, F.Taylor,: FT Taylor, E Taylor, j .T Byrnes, K Gavin, J Jenkiuson, E Mtillins, J Itiaghorn ;■ and others. It. was decided to nffiliiate with the W'esterrs District Raoing Association, t and that a Tace meeting be held at an early date, when the club gets a suit able day allotted to them,- and the registration of courpo granted. The 1 membership was fixed at 10/6. ;
THE HARVEST. Some Yields Obtained. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 February 1910
THE HARVEST. - Some Yields Obtained Mr. W IT Ti'nvfio. of tlifl Lorilcwood rnnd, wfiriiprpd 32(10 hags of vvlinnt. off .500 nores, fivernpinjr n limit, 20 hushols to tlin . nern. .FT" fill: lOO nni'Hq for hnv, nnd t.lio viold- \cns 150 tons, i^om/v of his wltotiif: ifrop iivpi'ASjed 12 lia^s to tlin nero. nnd.thft lowpst-yicl'I' wiih •! lmgH to tlin in'.vi> off land po.wn alioul tlio »jid of July. Tlin wjinnl was thi p.urplf" straw varinty, and none of t.lio Innd vrns riuannred. .»IV. '[Yhv.ob nlrpod v luis 200 .ucros of lnnd plnugrhrd BiitCP tho rain ready for oroppiDtr r.fst s'pnsnn. ■Mp8«i-h Tnivps jRcoh. had o splendid bnrvoBt. tli"iiv total rp turns licinp 5000 hfierK. Of tlii» &lt;1000 h/ifr" onme off ■thpir Lookwood fnrm, nnd th$- bnlnnoe was grown ,ou their J3nrd?t,t property. Ther«'H *a frirl in Nv.wjtan's \yin .jJow. See .what she myB.* \ . #* •- : 1 1 ' r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 February 1910
" I'm Bio Mi if I dldsi't Wake Up T To the fact fba't CANOWINDHA. -and ",/iSTHIOT •like KENEALLY'S PKICES. KE^EALLY'S m/- suits ;are 'comparable "witli -a'ay Other) Folio w'-s 84/» •„ 6/11 Hats are Fashionable, „ 2/11 fashion Shirts we Money Yalue. .. rj>f men's iUnderwea*', Ties, Braces, 5*»x" we £a't Bedrock Prices. Write 'to J. J. Keneally, \ £46 'GEORGE ST,, 'SYDNEY. •j®- Pos'tnge Paid -on 'all Mercery* -Freights on Suits to the nearest Bnilwny Station,