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[?]EXAMPLE PRAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

1 EXAMPLE PRAISED. gradually ceasing to be re a good dog in America. In ess world the liollowness of has found general recognition, arein, at any rate, the TCnglish ally is a model. He neither es nor understates; whatever he specting business is the exact No particular credit attaches to formanee; it never occurs to him ak uuprecisely. Tim habit: is a ne, and worthy of'encouragement among our otherwise superior Harper's Sweetly/' New i

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PEEP AT PARIS. PASSING PHANTASMAGORIA [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

i A PEEP AT PARIS. passing pttantakmaoort a • Walter" Emanuel writes in " tho Daily Mail":— I Charing Cross. All elderly ladv obviously French, gets into my car nage. Mindful of the Entente, I hcln WIth hcr lu^° » , .* • V Thirty miles from Dover. The alarm cord is pulled by an excited French man. The train is stopped, and tho ho'\r ^ ln' ''Now* then' what is h ,, t J"onsicU1', °of you please, what shall .7^ do? I feel secck already." • Dover. On board Xc Nord, which js man?iod by Frenchmen: Rather rough, but decide to stay on deck rathcr than in the cockpit. I ask one of the crew, whether he thinks it Wiir rain. "Ah, nion Dieu, mais oui. . Reason of his pessimism promptly explained. The loan of a tarpaulin overcoat is only one franc, and before x can think of the French for Hands, oil! " I am thrust into one. It did not rnin, but the tar paulin nuisance continued throughout the voyage. Not a passenger on deck escaped: the crew were not to be de nied. One good-natured man, who was n...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORLD'S SILK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

THE WORLD'S SILK. The silk production o£ the world for 1903 Is estimated at 39,897,0001b, not in cluding the home consumption of China and Japan, tlie amount of which is diffi cult to estimate. China still leads in this , Industry. Its exports of silk amounted to 14,016,0001b, as against 10,138,0001b ex ported by Japan, Persia, Turkestan and India together exported 1,969,0001b. In Europe, Italy is far in the lead in silk production, the amount for 1903 being 7,757,0001b. The chief Increase in silk pro duction in recent years has been In Asiatic countries. To convince the reason is not to cap ture the will.

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 — 18 February 1910

■ ■-tubbing'' "fea Let. ; ■ — g» RUBBING to LET at a good price " per acrn. , Apply, V" W. UKIMT, J..v., - Bnngaroo. • Seed Wheat. Ml AR^H ALL'S and "The m W^li« "W^UClfttrb Good Send. . sy Ai'i'iv, \ 1 ^ COOK & DAVIS, Oauowindra. '

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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OVER THE WAY. A NEW HAMLET. FORGIVES IIIS STEPFATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

OVER THE WAY, A NEW HAMLET. FORGIVES IIIS STEPFATHER. Mr Pott llidge writes in the "West minster Gazette":— "Slia'n't take the leastest noticc of him," replied the boy doggedly. "De cided on that long ago." "WondGr your mother—oh, we're not going to say anything against her, my dear. Not a word. Especial ly in front of you. All that I per sonally was about to remark, being never a one to crcatc mischief, was that I wondered you, as your mo ther's only ch Id, hadn't been took to the wedding, that's all!" "I was asked," said the boy, swinging round. The lady neighbors, in an agony of iuquisitivencss, begged him to go, urging that their time was their own, that no occasion ex isted for hurry, that his mother and her new husband would not be back from church for a good twenty min utes yet. Ho disregarded these ap peals, and as he went out of the street their shrill voices followed him in diminishing volume. "Don't you bo put upon,- my lad." "You be true to your own father, who hasn't be...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BANK TRAGEDY. STATE FUNDS LENT TO POLITICIANS. CASHIER'S SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

A BANK TRAGEDY. STATE FUNDS LENT TO POLI TICIANS. CASHIER'S SUICIDE. From New York , on 18th October, the correspondent of the London "Daily Telegraph" wrote:— Some astounding details are giv<?n in explanation ot the death of Lee Clarke cashier of the Enterprise National Bank of Allegheny, yesterdaj', who, seeing that ruin and disgrace were inevitable, kissed his wife and children and then shot himself through the head. It is declared to-day that politicians really ruined the bank, and were responsible for the tragedy which has attracted uni versal comment in America. It appears that the State of Pennsyl vania had about L156,000 of State funds deposited in the bank, and of thisamount it is alleged the politicians of the He-i publican State organisation borrowed! pretty well the full amount. This state-l ment has revived the charge that "all* the banks geLting deposits of Statq funds are forced to make loans to t{i Republican leaders." It is declared that Clark's action in...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eugowra News. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

> ,;~'Eygcwj"a Mows, . (From outs. OoiTflsnimdontl A. TIic weather, still continues cool. Re inarttd'oio • \veuther lor February, as it is generally.a .very hot liioutii. We have IkuT;'no :rain 'for 'a month now, and downpour would be very acceptable. -' HOSPITAL, MOVEMENT. •• On the occasion of the Hon. T Wad ;deU'ii troCe'nt visic to Eugowra a sugges» tion.was thrown out by a well-known resident that the time was opportune for steps':to!be taken to consider the advis ability of. establishing a cottage hospital iii our midst. Mr. Waddeil said the sug gestion .was a good one, and'lie would assist' by getting financial assistance and by procuring a piece of land suitable for a hoipital. ;.A public meeting was held last week for the purpose of considering the mutter, Air.- A M Telford, J.P., being 1 -in'the chairvThe general opinion Was that the project was rather premature, as the."population of the. town aiid district was not yet large "enough to bear the buixlt:n, and the matter...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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[?]NOMIST. A DUOLOGUE IN A CAB. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

UE m A CAB.. ^ "My dear fcJack," ,^aid Emily, sit i ling back in tho cab witli ail air of I finality, "it's no use saying anything i more. J. am not going into tho ! circlc." "But it's too bad for you to have to crush into tho pit, just to save my money," I said, ''and it only saves three shillings." "And are not three shillings worth saving?" Emily asked. "Certainly," I said, "throe shillings is three shillings." "Is they?" scofTcd Emily. "That Was a colloquialism," I do Oentjcd. "Tho cxeusc of colloquialism is no justification for the incorrect use of words." I looked at her in awe. "Where—where did you get that from?" I gasped. "All out of here, Jacky," she re plied, shaking her fair head. I looked at the fount of wisdom with respect added to the usual ad miration. Emily returned' to the ar gument. "Even though we are going into the pit the evening will be quitta ox pensive enough." "Five shillings is not much." •"It isn't only five shillings. There are all the incidental expense...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

Police Court. t °i' Saturday, 2ud fob., boforb JTr. T. J Imn, J.}. William Harvey wnn charged with wiiiff driinlr on Hio previous niyht,' and wiw luluiomahed and discharged. _ On Sloyday, Iflth.Feb.. before G L T If,.' Donaeh. TCsq.. Willi,,™ Hartv.y ,v«sVlmiL'd "i? «»d disiirdorlv <m tlio',,,*. viuuh night, mid tyu« ,jJ0l , days. The hue was paid.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

THE 'CANOWINDRA STAR. FJtlOAY, FttimU'WiY !8. 1910. Local and General. Messrs G IC Miritor and W E My ring liftvf? purchased in conjunction Mr 0 WrttHxu'n ' Springthorp ' prii pprty of. '3800 acros, in the Eiignwra dint-riot. It 'has ft frontuvfo to th«. Liioliliin'and consists-.principally of good wheat land. Yery successful Tlarvost Thanks .(firing services and inn mooting; were lidld tit' Louie wood on "Wednesday uftorncon last. ■ Service will bo held nt All Saints' Church, Canowiadru, ut 7.HO |im. ou Sunday next. • We nrn ploasod to loarn that Mr JI M Brown, of Lock wood, who rnuonlly underwent no. oppration in Orange for apyondidilitf. i« making good pro gress -tott'ardn'j'i'Ci'Vbi'y and will soon ' bf> able to' loavo tho Hospital. Tho Tiuv Father. (JuotifV,- who -wa> r/icontly • appointed to liitf, Oowra paiish. cnlobrntod Mass at. Cnoowiu dra on Sunday last. He id to un.v.'dtin I this pari«h. . . The Salvation Army intonds hold zip p Harvpst Thanksgiving services nt /Gu...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

THE TEA MI3ETINQ. After the service an adjournment vvftu made to the ten'' booth, which ■ hud evidently been erec ted to ■ serve i this- purpose ■ on many occasions. ? Itj was-dolij^Ulfally cooi, und within, its walls were four long tables. luilen with, toothsome luxuries of every conceivable kind, siillieient to gladden the heart of: the most fastidious ftpicino. Needless perhaps >to mention, those choice edibles were provided by the LjcIc woo'd and Ornnbury ladios, who again earned encomium* for their culinary ubiiiiy. Several persons who were un able to be at the service arrived by this rime, and seats around the tublos were soon (ill"d- by those anxious to par talc e of the good things, of ivhich there were an abundance, for ft* soon ns one plate wns emptied it.was as quickly replenished. The tables wore presided over by Mesdamnb A. McDonald, IF M. Brown, W. J. Mijore,- ,T. . Scrim shaw :ai)d Aliases . Graven ('2), Luu renee, Bai-sett and Travss (2). AiuongRt those proRf'iit ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Harvest Thanksgiving. AT LOCKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

Harvest Thanksgivin AT LOCK WOOD. ' Lnst Wednesday iil'ternoon tho'Ilur vest Tlmnksgiviiiy, l'ulWMVt:d l>y n tea -meeting, wiia IimIiI at L'lckwixjil. Tim LiCkwuud hull, winch is used lor hold ing Dovinu st-rvicei was im:ely'di'Coiiit od by eoveiul of the Indies who spared no i'li'ort in this wuvlc during tho .pre-.' viuuo evening. .-The ;locoruiious inaitr' IV'COIIaistfid of peppwI-Ll'He lyitVOS WllV eii into wreaths, cdiii ■ ■ unci stalks umi tiawiira, and.' tbu'" unay of gifts oi li tilt,., vegetables, whimt, : flour, l eic.y'wwn fXiii.-Weutly urrnnjjed. Very i-liLigo rosy apples, ;whicli,,wo were in foi uitid, oaiUM fruiuMr liiissflli's, im niHUse pumpkinsJroiu Messrs A M'u J^onulil's uud A Joiiu.Vs and mnrrciws of bi nit In r 'dimensions from/ Messrs "Oravoii'a wore siiflioieiit to illu.iliiito tile tjOUlltiflll sijllnonuxpul iljDUUll ill that district. Donations of tins elumio lor CllllllV'f|-Hir> nil ,.11111'fu-: /.I 1 ...'.I' inidUiuiilmry.-Tliosu who took purl iir the...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SANE LUNATICS. ATTRACTIONS OF THE MODERN ASYLUM. LUXURY PREFERRED TO FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

SANE LUNATICS. ATTRACTIONS OF THE MODERN ASYLUM. LUXURY PREFERRED TO FREEDOM. ; "I am convinced that many persons of quite healthy minds prefer to remain voluntarily In our county lunatic asylums because of the luxuries that surround them. They do not want their freedom." Dr. L. Forbes Winslow, the well-known authority on mental diseases, made this statement to a "Daily-Mail" representa tive on September o apropos of a com plaint by a Warminster guardian that the "Wilts Asylum is better furnished than I many noblsmen's houses he had visited. ' "I would rather send a patient ot mine to a county asylum than to a private in stitution, however wealthy he or sh>> might be," averred the doctor. These rate-maintained homes of th! growing army of mentally inefflcients d not, as the doctor showed, tally with th common impression of being, cheerless prison-like places, whose inmates droop dismally under the burden ot their affliction. An . enumeration by Dr. Forbes Winslow of the "attra...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HONEYMOON COUPLE. THEIR ARTFUL RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

A HONEYMOON COUPLE. , THBER AETFUL RUSE. A correspondent of the London "Daily Mail" wrote September E:— A young honeymoon couple named Camensky, from Kccnigsberg, arrived about nine* days ago at Strasburg and took rooms at the Hotel de la Poste. At the end of a week the hotel bill had reach ed a somewhat formidable figure, and the proprietor became inquisitive con cerning his guests' finances. He therefore knocked at the door of their room yesterday morning and was courteously invited to enter and sit down. As he examined a number of photo graphs which Mme. Camensky laid be fore him, a serviette was suddenly fas t tened around' his nock and a handker chief thrust-into his mouth by Camensky from behind, and the hotelkeeper was re . duced to a state bordering on suffocation. ■ He was then carefully bound to a heavy ; sofa. i Half an hour later, says the Paris i "Journal," Camensky and his wife were stepping into the Nancy express, when a j waiter from the hotel rushed breathless into ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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"LOVE WILL FIND OUT THE WAY." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

"LOVE WILL FIND OUT THE WAY." I j BY GUS GORDON.] Laurence Warner came bursting into Valentine's drawIng-roOm," his eyes shining: with triumph, his whole face Illuminated with Joy. "It's a complete success, Val," he cried. "It has stood every possible test, and my fortune is made. Isn't it splendid?" "Oh, Laurence, liow heavenly," cried Val, equally excited. "Oh, I am so glad. Don't you feel perfectly happy now?" "Only one thing more, Val," said Laurence, more calmly, while his eyes grow softer, resting on her face. "Only one thins more, and I shall be the hap piest map in the world." "I wonder what it can be," laughed Valentine, from pure joy, while a bril liant blush overspread her face. "I daresay you know as well as I do," answered Laurence. "There Is your father calling mo. Will you wait here till I have told him, Val?. I have some thing to say to you, too," and Lau rence looked at her with his appealing brown eyes. '"Yes, Laurie, I'll wait," answered Val, her voice trembling e...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE BISHOP ELLICOTT'S AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

THE LATE BISHOP ELLICOTT'S AMUSEMENTS. It is suggested that the late Bishop Ellicott's long life was due to the fact that he mingled recreation prudently with hard work, for which lie was famous. He was an Alpine climber and fond of all sorts of outdoor exer cises, while within doors he had a great love for the game of billiards. Concern ing this latter game, "Country Life" tells a story. The Bishop was playing billiards at a famous country liousu not very far from Gloucester, with a peer who is now dead, but who in his life time was celebrated for his practical jokes. The contest had reached its most interesting point, when the clock struck twelve, and the Bishop some what reluctantly laid down his cue, ! saying, "It is Sunday morning; we must stop." "Oh, never mind, Bishop," said Ills host, with a laugh ; "it makes no difference now, as I put back the clock for an hour." Dr Entlcott, used to tell the story with Ms own pleasant sense of humor. j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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GALLEY'S COAT OF ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

GALLEY'S COAT OF ARMS. FRENCH FORGER'S HERALDRY. The Paris correspondent of the Lon .doii ".Daily Mail" wrote on 18th Oc tober:— Galley, the fugitive bank clerk, wh'a is charged with embezzling £38,000, in his examination to-day gave the judge considerable amusement by re lating how he came to make up his. coat-of-arms as Baron dc C! raval— "two gules on a field," with a mailed arm holding a dagger. Ho found, some difficulty in explaining ("gules" being the heraldic term for red), and the judge, remarked: "Galley, for a member of the no bility, you do not seem to bo fami liar with heraldry." "Oh, y.ou see," replied Galley, "I was a baron for such a little time." Asked if ho could not make up an account of how he spent his money, he said: "It is impossible, for I was frequently in a state of intoxication, and threw money about right and left. Very often, in a restaurant, X would ask 'the band to play some special tunes, and would toss, them a bank note." .. ! He remembered having gKv...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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WITH INTERFERENCE. MR ADOLF BECK CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

WITH INTERFERENCE. MR ADOLF BECK CHARGED. Marie Rouquln, aged twenty-eight, described as a servant, of French nation ality, living in Tottenham street, "W., was charged before Mr Denmam at Marl borough street, on lflth October, with be having in a riotous and improper man: ner in Oxford street. Adolf Beck, aged sixty-four, living in a flat at Dryden mansions, Oxford street, was charged with obstructing Constable Benjamin "Willard, 96 C, while to the execution of his duty. Mr Arthur Newton appeared for Mr Beck. Constable Willard said that at 12.30 that morning he took the female defen dant into custody. Mr Beck came up, caught hold of his arm while he had thi. woman in charge, and \asked why he had taken her into custody. The wit ness asked him to let go, but he refused, and it was necessary to call another con stable to help to take him in charge. Mr Newton: Did the woman make some difficulty hi going to the station? ■ The witness: No. The other defendant simply came up and spoke to...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CURE FOR BAD EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

CURE FOR BAD EYES. Tlio school teacher had been in structed to have the eyes of his pupils examined. He wrote to one of parents ns follows:—"Dear Mr Smith,—It is my duty to inform you that your son shows decided Indications of astigmatism. Ills case is one that should receive immedi ate attention." To this note the .father replied ^ briefly, and to the point:— Dear Sir,—Thanks for yours. Whin it out ot Bob.— Yours truly, John Smith."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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OFFICER'S WIDOW ARRESTED. REMARKABLE ALLEGATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 February 1910

OFFICER'S WIDOW ARRESTED. REMARKABLE ALLEGATIONS. Considerable stir has been caused (re ports the "Daily Telegraph," of Sept. 15) at Camberley by the arrest of Mrs Scott Stevenson, widow of an army officer, and her nephew, Mr Hope Douglas, recently a Sandhurst cadct, and who has Just re ceived his commission to join his rcgi ment'next week. They are charged with being concerned in stealing a consider able-amount of property belonging to .Mrs Collier Coode, of Dunbarnie, Cam berley, widow of the late Colonel Coode, who took command of the Highland Bri gade when General Wauchope was killed at Mngerafontein, only to be killed him self Just after. It is alleged that Mrs Coode left Cam berley for a holiday, leaving the keys o£ her house with Mrs Scott Stevenson, her friend. On Monday Mrs Coode unex pectedly returned to Camberley, and found that her house had been stripped of a great deal of valuable furniture, Jewel lery, and household articles. The police were called in, and as a result...

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