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THE LADIES' NURSERY TEETHING AND OTH[?] IS THE LITTLE ONE [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

f; INDIES1 IK TI1K TjITTIjK ONE Lunclng the gum la a trl ■ration I \thsit any doctor can perfonn^n « second. .(< The baby ivJH not know tb^pain is com Ing. and It will be over alnost as soon / os felt. Lancing is very useful w'nei any part of the gum Is red and raided. This ho : thnt the tooth is trying to eat its .' way through the hard tissues. •xConi-ulsIons are sometimes caused by teething (says an English paper). When | an attack comes on a doctor should be sent for. But one should not remain In active till he arrives. If hot water is available the child may be placed In a bath as hot as the elbow can bear with out pain. The child should be kept In yjtho water 'until the fit Is over, and be -then wiped with warm towels. Should fhore be no hot water to hand, cold water may be poured on the face. i"\Vhen a child has been proven , to he subject to convulsions It is necessary-,to acqimlnt a medical man with the fact. He will then provide the parents with ro medies to be ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Waugola Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Waugoola gfcire. The usual monthly meeting above wus held at.pinvra on Suiul Present-:—Crs Sloan (Prosi<| Purcel), •Glasson, and •SinaliaooVull Minutes of previous meeting read and confirmed. •Col' REST?. INDEXCE. From Mr M J Finn, s^crotai" >tho Progress Committee, (Junowin* asking t hat the Ciimnvindra-Bang! roai^nj'repairou. Kiiiji IVC'di -iVl'/.U ferred to the Engine or for report. •Froiu HitnTWaddcll, staling correspondence sent to hiui had 'hi forwarded to the departments cerned.—B'c-uved. From Mrs MB Mallnn, Rose'Gre_ Garland, -complaining that she 11 unot boon : provided with a road 1 i access to the ]jucan railway pl>i.tfor| | and: adding that tin? prnnosud out! i'woiih'1 convenience-some (iliy reside! of'the neighborhood, who^o petifil 0!]'<><t)iQ subject-hnd. been ine'ffectij —Received and inferred to tho Bug neerfor roport. i Fiom Fiist-class 'Constable* TrftOfl Goolagong, 'directing attention to 'tl extoueive growth of thirties ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cudal. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Cudal. (From our Ooi-i-esuondentV BoniUiful soaking ruin set in liore iMdihIuv • uiglit; | tlmughout TuiWlin', Ji re»;iNt(!re<l up to . morning.-.'■ Appi thme m liknj v tcj ■ TountH ln.ion inrj tlmillj. i.s also a f^iod tlio lncil 111 operations turning imtj ThikIoij clinsts ofj iner Hmnej cnurt M Ilembicl tiudfio 11 tinned

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cargo Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Cargo PoJaee Oourt. Tiio iiiisiuoss transacted at tho Cargo.'Polico Office during, the • year, ended :31st December; 19n9,v was follows :—As Warden's cloi'lc r Gold; lease' applications, 8.gold: lenses •.executed;' 3. As Warden's bailiff : Gold leases' inspected, 3 •; special areas inspected for report for sale, 5 ; prospecting aid measurements, 1.■* As mining iiegislfar : Mining tene ments applied for 3, registrations '•effected'3; registrations of tailings 1; miner's rights issued 1, business licenses issued 1, revenue received £ 11/2,' and ••public moneys, received £7 l/l7/8?2: As district registr.Mr for , birth's; -deaths, and marriages •: B'rtbs registered, 32 males and .38 females ; deaths, 18 tnales. and 12 females ; marriages, J0. Certified copies ol death, certificates issued 3, certified Copies of birth certificates' issued 4; Jlegistratious effected'.-, under; Child; ren's Protection Act of 1902, 3; homes registered under Children's Protec tion Act of A 9(12, I.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Harvest. SOME YIELDS OBTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

The Harvest. SOME YIELDS OBTAINED. Lust season Messrs Craven Bios., of. Lock wood, had 450 acres under ■wheat, and the total return was 2400 bags. 315 acres-averaged-7 bugs per acre, but the general average was re duced by 135 acres <(which were -sown late in July) o-dy yielding 3 bags per acre. Off 5£ acres of outs 72 large bags were stripped. Mr J M'.Carron, of ' Sussex Farm,'* 'obtained from an . area of 470 acres under crop an average of '6 bags to the acre of wheat and 10 bags of oats. From an area of 150 acres of wheal Mr E A Moore, of 1 Feltou,'' 'Oaiio windra, garnered 20. tons Af hay and. ■950 bags of wheat. This land was 'Cropped'for the first time, and it was sown in June and early in July; -so •the yield under the circumstances was exceptionally good. ■■.■' MrC Parnell, of Ohaucur road,: ob-. tained the splendid return: of '1701: bags of wheat off 200 acres.. Mr J & Attenborough, . of . fne Eugowra road, stripped an average of 20 busheis per acre. The ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

HOMELY FARE. : •>: Soft Gingerbread.—Beat one egg, add one-quarter of a cup of butter, one-half cup of sugar, one-half cup of molasses, one-half cup of sour milk, one level tea spoon of soda, one and one-half cups of flour, and a level teaspoon or more of 'ginger. Bake in a sheet. Plain Cream Cake.—Beat two eggs, add one cup of powdered sugar, one cup of sour cream, 1V4 cups of flour and l level teaspoon of soda dissolved In a teaspoon of water, one cup of raisins cut in halves and rolled In flour, and a teaspoon of vanilla. Pour into a rather shallow pan and bake in one loaf. Doughnuts.—Beat one rounding table spoon of butter with one cup of sugar until creamy, and add two well-beaten etigs and one cup of milk. Have a quart of Hour prepared by sifting it with, six level teaspoons of baking powder and use as much as needed to make as soft a dough as can be handled. Flavor with a little cinnamon. Roll out a part at a time, cut in shape and fry In hot fat. In frying do not pierce w...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DO MAN[?]ERS SAY [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

tetters I^Wnue to p<Wj^in up0n U3 (the "Dally Ne^y") by the fore in which readers discuss at greater (or less length the Interesting question "Do Dogs and Cats Reason?" I More than one of our correspondents, having asked the question, is inclined to answer It in the affirmative. ' ^"-T. writes from Aero lane, Brixton:— "The story respecting the dog slipping his collar, worrying sheep, and after wards resuming his collar, reminds me," i •: lie says, "o[- a story rdlated to me. when ont'e slaying- at Newport, Isle of Wight. : Jn .this case the -dog did precisely the same thing as the Forfar dog, with ithis ■ addition. The morning after the farmer, by watching, had discovered the culpa ( billty of his dog, he passed the kennel on I his way from the house, and, looking at , the dog, said : *1 will deal with you, my j h6y, when I come back.' When he; re I turned, however, the dog had gone; hs had slipped his collar again, and lie i never returned!" I Some may be Inclined to li...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAN'S MISTAKES. ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

MAN'S MISTAKES. about women. If there is one sub.icct more than another about which man (cols he really knows a lot, it is woman. He is usually too cautious to say this out loud .(unless ho happens to bo <|iiito ridiculously young and inno cent), but from the bottom of his heart ho honestly believes that he understands us root and branch—our failings, our virtues, , our skin-deep beauties, and those many inconsisten cies and stupidities which he finds so "charmingly feminine" in the young and pretty, and so "tirosomely bor ing" in the elderly and plain. Pe; bups hi.^ wife .is extravagant; so ho tells you that "the extravagance : of women is the crying evil of the day." His wifo can't keep a secret—"no woman can keep, a secret." lj is'wife is fond of clothes, and at tends .bargain sales—"no woman • is completely happy except when she has bought n new hat, or is about to attend a summer sale." The average woman says: "The average man Is invariably capturod ly a pretty face,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT THE POOR READ. BOOKS IN MEAN STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

WHAT THE POOR READ. • 'BOOKS IN MEAN STREETS. Do books come into the lives of I the London poor?—those who always j have poverty and suffering for their guests?" was a question put by the "Book Monthly'' to Mr Thomas Holmes, the well-known London po lice court missionary, and himself an author: ' ' • "No," was the reply, "books, do not come into the lives of my peo ple, the sort among 1 whom I have worked and among whom I suppose "I ishall continue to work; It is rarely you will find them with oven a four pcnny-lialfpeniiy rep.-int. . . . Poor folk in the country know something "of books, and read them, but the' same classes in/London are very diff erently, situated.. Think how they live arid where they live!. They have j no chance, their minds: havenever, been explored, . they have no aspira tions. .. . . The children go to school and they learn to revel somewhat in . novelettes and blood-and-thunder sto ries, but they scarcely get further." | "The whole lifts of those people is su...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY THEY FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

WHY THEY FIGHT. The reason that the Irish fight each other, and even hate each other, Is not that' they are Celts; it is not even that they are Irish, It Is simply that they have got something to do. The reason that the French groups split and fight is not that they are Latins; It is not even that they are French. It is simply that they have something to do. And the reason that English politicians ■work together in amity is certainly not that they are Enelish. It is that they have nothing to do.— "Daily News." Scene. — Light Lunch, after a Private , Function — Dyspeptic Gent : H'tn, I'm afraid we shall hare to put a curb upon t our appetites. The Colonel (jovially) : Well, I intend to put a bit in my mouth! The sliding boat of M. de Lambert, a French inventor, is designed to avoid friction by skimming on the surface of , the water, and it is made to do this by ' inclined planes fixed under the boat at ! carefully regulated distances apart and ' at an angle determined by many trials....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SCHOOLS FOR BRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

SCHOOLS FOR BRIDES. Already there g,re places where future , brides can be taught the management o£ a' household, and If there were more o£ j them the advantage would be great. A j statistician who could compute how much money is wasted through ignorance by newly-married couples would be able to produce some startling figures. And the training to be given need not be wholly mathematical. "HusbaJids: how to humor and control them." would be the theme of a course of lectures. •"The Treasury." "But they sny the rich are not al ways happy," murmured the woman, with resignation. "No," he said; "I suppose not. There.Is nothing worsa than a guilty conscience."—"Judy." Man never forgets that he is a serious animal He is serious in all that he does. Heucc he dresses seriously, and, as a result, is always seriously fashion able as well as fashionably serious. Amateur : This is my latest attempt at a landscape. May I ask what you think of the perspective? Artist : The perspective is its strong...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW M.'sP. "BLACKTHORN." EPISODE IN THE COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

TTEW M.'sP. "BLACKTHORN." EPISODE IN THE COMMONS. The Irishmen in the House of Com mons, according to custom, provided a humorous episode at question time on 21st November. , "With reference to the Armagh election the Postmaster-General was asked If he was aware "that the sub-postmaster a*t; Loughgall headed a number of Mr Moore's supporters and chased Mr Lind say Crawford's agents and supporters lout of the village." The Irish mem I bers put the question with deadly ser I Jousness. Before the Postmaster-Gene | rat could reply Mr Craig jumped up from ' the Unionist benches nnd asked whether ' it would not be advisable to postpone the I question till the new member (Mr j Moore) had taken his seat.' "He may have some very valuable supplementary questions to ask," he said, drily, nmid derisive Irish laughter. '.W,.Then-up. rose gnunt, angular, aggres sive'MrFlavin, and demanded in a voice ;thal mightihave been.hoard as faraway jas„Westminster Bridge,/'If the honor ('fibleiniemtier Js.a...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BY BALLOON TO DENMARK. A DARING VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

I BY BALLOON TO DENMARK. ■A DARING VOYAGE. M. Jacques Faure (reports the Daily ,Mail," of September S), the intrepid French aeronaut, Hj»ft the" Crystal Palace in his balloon at a quarter-past seven last night, before a strong south-westerly breeze,-with the intention of crossing the North Sea. and landing in Denmark. With his friend, the Marquis de Villa longa, M. Faiire came over to England a few days, ago with the intention of tra velling-by balloon to France, but the wind has blown persistently from the wrong-direction. M. Faure is a fair haired giant of about thirty years, with nerves of steel and a love of adventure. Yesterday afternoon, feeling that he had been baulked of his Channel trip, he de cided on a.still more hazardous journey. ' The., wind was blowing strongly from the south-west, and placing his map on the' grass of the 'balloon ground at the 'Crystal Palace, with his compass on the top of it, lie calculated where the wind would take him, and found the place would p...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THROUGH THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

tPRough thFnight> I [BY U.G.] At break-neck speed a buggy and pair came dashing around the curve. The driver, leaning forward, was lashing savagely at the galloping horses. The trap swerved from side to side of the road, scattering loose metal in all directions, as the maddened horses strained and plunged. In their head long career they nearly ran over Mol!,Vv Buchanan, who was on her way hon*-r with the' evening's post. Molly gave one horrified glance at the driver, who was hatless. His face was twitching, and showing ghastly in the bright moon light. She recognised the man, and cried : "Nell; oh, Neil! What is it? "What is the matter? Stop! Why wpn^t you stop? It's Molly." She rushed after the buggy, but the man neither heard nor saw her. He did not even turn his head, and the trap swept out of sight. ■ Then, Molly, her own face suddenly whitening, turned and flew back to her home. Mrs Byrnes, who, ever since their birth, had mothered and cared for the orphan Buchanan twins, un...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCENE AT A PAN QUARREL, ABOUT CAF em to [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

SCENE AT A PAl QUARREL, ABOUT CAI*™ 11 1 Lewis Reeve," a pianoforUiafcpj. | of Shepherd's 13ush, was chart. West London Police .Court op nigust 31st, before Mr Garrett, withn,USin-g bodily harm to Malcolm M' jnald by throwing him down a. 1 of steps. M:' Weekes (Hanson ai{ Cov) 'defended: ' . : ■ „ - The two men, it • appeared* Jfjre at an evening party in .the. hou^of a t Mr Beck, Shepherd's .Bush; : ,'t£ the: night -of July ^5th, . and : it '"as al- I leged' that, 'in the course of ,'^qiim- ' rel, .the accused pushed Mavdonnld downstairs. The sequel proved most I unfortunate, as' the injured' 'man, /after being taken to the Wes', Lon don Hospital, suCferiBg from concus- , i sion, developed brain trouble, and, so ' Inspector I-Iarrod informed the magi i strate, had to be conveyed to- Ban- , i stead Asylum,; where he was detained. .Evidence was given by ■: -Haryy Ed1 wayd Price, a County Court warrant !■ officer, who ,was also a guest at -the | party. ..".He stated .that the accused ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.ROMANCE OF CONFETTI. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

^ROMANCE OF CONFETTI. (By GERTRUDE WARDEN.) i^™2?nfuUnd tbe confctti! I've swal r £L'1"UI' half-a-pound. We shall for «oihs'.-?S StiCkinS OUr C,oih™ v™?T»jthey sm?l11 but insidious, nf #h«.I ° id0a of the ^schiof one Th, ^lC[aPS of PaPer do." ored "-oirn^l- Wcr° tWo' frcSh-col sftd»,SSBM5 ^T&^S£-»~ »■* in* inaS«l«a"rPa®t nine 0,1 an cv"n Twn lv}n .]Cgllm,'ng of February, o day§ ca/her they had loft their la^d^YM?* ankI°-de°P ^ slush ^hurnl = .°W' and veiled in S111 Pu "f . gl hcr°> in favored Cannes, flKLi'' with™^-11 a S11^hirc watched t£» dlaMond "la*. and watched the carnival maskers in thou gay costumes of stuJI or sati. .""2 "?°8.the asphalt which sur rounded the band kiosque, and even pirouetting gaily upon the open road 0Wi them Was life and color, laughter and movement, the sound o many languages intermingled in gay banter, the democratic jostling 0ft Pierots and Piorcttes in satin with white-capped market women, towns '°'k Z H fP, and domtoos, and tweed-clad tour...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE AMAZING MARRIAGE." SOME STARTLING STATEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

"THE. AMAZING MARRIAGE." SOME STARTLING STATEMENTS. / The "Evening Standard" (Monday):™ "A bachelor or forty is no longer a phe nomenon: he is just arriving at a mar riageable age. A spinster of-"'thirty-five is by no means considered an old m-kl: she wields a gTeater power of attract:oh than sweet seventeen, and fights almost on even terms with twenty-five. Tho n.ovels of the day reflect the conditions bi: the day.. Their heroes are generally In the prime of life, which is anywhere, according to the modern romancer, be tween thirty-five and fifty. Their hero ipes-are rarely under the age of legal liberty. Knowing life, they can discuss social questions with the hardened hero, putting their judgment against his, and quoting Darwin and Spencer with a fa cility that suggests they read naught but philosophy, and that fiction 1 ti passed out of woman's life. ... c.ie section of the community still holds fa3t by the ideals of the older novelists. "We need not add that it is the section w...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CROSS DOGS. AMBULANCE COLLIES AT WORK. FEATURE AT THE EDINBURGH REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

AMBULANCE COLLIES AT WORK. I FEATURE AT THE EDINBURGH , - REVIEW. ; An Interesting feature of the Scottlsl Royal Review of Volunteers was a do I monstration by a team of six dof?; trained for ambulance service by Majoi E. Hautonville • Richardson, of Car j noustie, Forfarshire. The dogs, which are ! cross-bred collies, have taken part in military manoeuvres during the past few years, and have acquitted themselves ex tremely well. | "Have I seen the dogs?" said Major Thurston, of the Army Medical ' Ser vice. "Yes,, I came across a team cf them' in South Africa during the recent war. The officer in charge of them praised their services very highly. : The ; only .difficulty he had with them was to j keep, them, for some of them were taken lias pets,by the 'Tommies.' - "I had charge , of a bearer company, and personally I was able to collect the wounded without much difficulty;' In spite of the■ fact in cavalry work there; >yas frequently. a 'front' of something like fifteen miiest: ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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OUR POLITICAL SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

OUR POLITIOAIi SYSTEM. Most Americans would bo aston ished to hear-, that. .the.-.British politi cal system is more democratic than ! their own—at least, in so far as ,a subject of Great Britain can be surer , than the American ; that his will be I conies law through the elections. I "Die Nation," Berlin. Two German scientists, who observed the recent solar eclipse from Monte | nosa, in the Pennine Alps, state that nt the culminating point of the obscur ation the glaciers and snowfields be. ' came suffused with a wonderful a/.ure light, while the shadows of the moun [ tains produced most weird effects.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A PA[?]. NC. IN THE LATIN QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

i#EN,NC. E LATIN QUARTER. "Netta Svrett" writes in the London "Daily MailJ' of September 4. Only last# night Drusilla and I dined in pur LonjBon flat. We had the usual dinner, jl we were waited u/yon bj' the usualijeervants, In the usu? decor |r. After dinner we were both ja sudden yearning for fresh |nt solemnly to our bedrooms, ' hats, cloaks, and walking iafter a short drive reachcd ous manr^jr 1 *4— -,! seized byiar air. We w'Jj put oil out shoes, a nil); the Park.J To-nighjj, hero in Paris, in the Latin Qyp.vter, fyve dine in the street. There is an a wilting overhead, and dividing the little tallies on the pavement' rows of stilt busijes in tubs. To and fro, from the lightfed restaurant within, run. the white-apifoned. waitresses bearing po '-.gc, salii'de, demi-bouteilles, cafe' lioir. DENIZENS OF "THE 'QUARTER.''. The tables are crowded wfthrnenand women <|f the unfashionable :wi>rld, ar-. lists and 'students' mostly. '.Everyone knows everyone else, and at the ...

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