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Waugoola Shire Council. SHIRE ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 February 1910

Waugoola Shire Council. SHIRE ENGINEER'S REPORT, In his report to the last meeting of the above Council the engineer re ported on the following matters of local interest:— Re crossing at.,Willow Tree Bend, Oanowiudra.—I;have made many at tempts to take levels here for the pro posed new crossing, but have boen un successful owing to the flooded state of the river, lu the meantime people are using the crossing made by them selves some time ago. The President proposed that Boree Shire he writteu to, euquiviug what iinpiovements are suggested.—Sec onded by CrFagan and carried. Plans and specifications for the bridge at Cherry Tree Falls v.ill Un completed during next week, ,and ten ders called for the work returnable at your March meeting.—Received. I would recommend that a lot of tho old wooden culverts be taken up and stone crossings substituted Some of these culverts are much decayed and are becoming dangerous. The cost of renewing tho culverts as against putting in a stone .crossing...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Carc[?] P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 February 1910

Caret ■>, Board. ^W1 A meetin the Stock 0 Messrs .T J 1 Webb, J A A W Whitni Accounts ;j' passed for pa A letter from Mrs J } gram of oondt upon tho dea member of tho From the Iri) ing the co-opeir protesting. ugait croactimonts on '> payers o£ the vj the ilitcbing- awa districts by the ( ed that tho Boaiy From the Hilll ing for co-opera having tho Act P.P. Boards usi. tion in paying roa delegates nttendin . connection with matters.—It was c From the Ohio (bovo was hold in jveuk. Present : )liairuinn), C. E. agan, F M Hill, Ii liowlnnds. r to £20 7<j were rs was received n f.>r llio telo ;nt hy tho Board [Mr Glasson,. Into P.P. Board, nsli l of the Board in Jhe arbitrary en trighca of the rate J8.P,P, Boards in • reserves ill their j.-irtment.—Jlecid operate. P.P. Board, ask in the matter of •ndod to allow of their own disen able expenses to ny conference in Pastnros Board od to co-opnrute. " spector of Stock in reference to tli Board's r<;quo9t that c...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Live Fumigator. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 February 1910

A Live FurrWgator. In Gulargambone district one land holder believeR in fumigating wi'h machined that huv« lifo in thmn. He digs the-rabbits out of the small bur rows, keeps them alivn, and when ho e'imop to a large buvrow lie block* up all the openings but one. Mn then sprinkle* the live rabbit* with bisul phide of carbon', arid Ws thorn go into the burrows." J!v this mpuns he makes bunny the bearer <>f the pni-on oup fames. The rabbits sprinkled with the carbon nt-ver stop until tli<-y ure suffocated with the fumes; TJ)''y therefore vifit every part of the bur row looking for an opening to j*et out, and it is generally fouqd on digging • he burrows thut all the rabbits are in a heap, backed up by t)<n ones which were ppriukled witli tlmeuibob.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 February 1910

Wedding Bells. RICE—CANT. On Wednesday, 16th inst., a pretty wedding took place at the residence of the bride's father, when Miss Sarah (' Sadie '), eldest daughter of Mr J C Cant, of Garland, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Robert, youngest son of the late Mr Robert Rice, of 'Glastonbury,' Canowindra. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Mr Anderson, of Carcoar. The     bride, who was given by her father, looked pretty in a dress of cream resilda, trimmed with applique and Irish lace. She also wore the custom-- ary wreath and veil, and a gold muff chain and watch, the gift of the bride- groom. The bridesmaids were Miss E Cant (sister of the bride), who was attired in a cream Sicilian dress, trim- med with cream satin and applique, also hat to match, and Miss M Moore (Cowra), who was dressed in floral Grafton, trimmed with applique, and bebe ribbon, and wore a hat to match. They both wore gold brooches, gifts of the bridegroom. Mr R V Rice act...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 February 1910

Wedding.   On Wednesday of last week, at St. John's Church of England, Forbes, the Rev. W J Dunstan solemnised a very pretty wedding, the contracting parties being Joseph Richard, son of the late Mr. John Wythes, of Cano- windra, and Christian, daughter of Mr. Thomas Robinson, of North Hill, Forbes, The ceremony was a quiet one, and at the wedding breakfast, afterwards held at the residence of the   bride's parents, only the immediate relatives and friends of the contracting parties were present.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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F. and S. Association. LOCK WOOD-CRANBURY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 February 1910

F. and S. Association. LOCKWOOD-CRANBURY   BRANCH. A meeting of the above was held at the Lockwood hall on Monday night last. Present: Messrs C Whitmee (President), A McDonald, J Fleidner, C Smith, A Swansbra, T Webb, E Moore, W J Moore, J B Smith, A W Muir, and W H Traves. Owing to the absence of the secret- ary (Mr H M Brown) through illness, Mr Muir was appointed secretary pro- tem. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From the Belubula District Council of the F and S Association, stating that the Lockwood branch had not yet affiliated, and that the fee was 10/6. It was also stated that a meet- ing would be held shortly, and that branches affiliated could send two delegates if they wished. From Dalton Bros, Orange, re the Canowindra-Gregra railway proposal, stating they were doing all they could in the matter, and would continue to do so; also suggesting that the branch write to the Orange and Canoblas (municipal and shire) councils, r...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 February 1910

■Local Topics. Nominations have been invited to fill tho vacancy on the Garcnar P.P. Board, caused by the death of Mr. J F Glasson. Nominations close on Satur day, -'5th March. Iwr. W Basse'tt, of Locktvood, 'is one of the Government valuers in connec tion with tho"resumption of Lnrras Lake for closer settlement purposes. The Wnngoola Shire 'Coiincil lins •ssfcrvtck a rate of Id in t'lio £ on tho unimproved value for the ensuing 12 mawths. 7ild. Peter Links lias teen olected Mayor of Govern. The \aemhmS of tho Lock wood Or&nbury branch of the I". and S. Association have forwarded £5 to the Flood Belief li^und. Some of the apples given to tho Harvest Thanksgiving at Xjoclcwood 2ast week measured nearly 13 inches in circumference. This speaks well for iLockwood as a fruit-growing dis ttfict. Although the town of Canowindra re fairly free from sickness, the residents should Tiot relax in tho use 'oi disinfectants. When we are free from epidemics, every precaution should be take...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Goolagong Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 February 1910

Goolagong Jockey Club. The annual meeting took place at Heydon's Hotel on Saturday evening, when there were present:— W. A. T. C. Watson (in the chair), W. Proctor (hon, sec.), M. Dwyer, J, McInerney, P., R., and H. Reydon, J. and E. Byrnes, Jas. Stack, and David Holt. The minutes were read and con- firmed, and several accounts ordered to he paid. The election of officers resulted as follows :—President, Mr W. A. T. C. Watson ; clerk of course, Mr R. Hey- don ; clerk of scales, Mr Jas. Stack ; starter, Mr E. Byrnes; hon, treasurer; Mr Watson ; hon, secretary, Mr Jas. Byrnes; Committee, Messrs W. Proc- tor, M. Dwyer, J. McInerney, P., R., and H. Heydon, Jas. Stack, David Holt, and E. Byrnes. The committee will meet on Satur- day night week to arrange for the annual race meeting.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A MODERN DON QUIXOTE. FOUND IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

A MODERN DON QUIXOTE. FOUND JN PARIS. On 22ml January the Paris corres'-! pondent cf the London "Daily Tolo-} graph" wrote ' ' . j The liusL survivor of the heroic generation of IJon Quixote scorns to be found among the models in the Quartk'.r Latin. The fact lias been brought home to an American artist by means of two revolver shots Oral at him b.v an Italian with a, very sonorous name. The artist, fortun ately, is still alive, and the Italian (is at. a hospital. The trouble arosu about a pretty young model called the " Belle Toulonaise," who is as virtuous as she is beautiful. It was her boast, in fact, that no Prince Charming had -ever been able to lur« her from the path it' virtue. Such perfect innoccnce naturally required a champion. An athletic Italian, who himself posed as a model, undertook to protect her against possible dangci-. At the same timu he nradc . no secret of his distant admiration for ho:". She was his THilc'.nea. Some . time ago an American painter needed ; a m...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CALL OF LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

THE CALL OF LOVE FRANCES CAMPBELL*. Twilight gathered In the silent cham ber. It seemed to the little bent watcher across the bc;l that 'the shadows were deadly cold \as they closed In aroun'i them. The firelight leaped and flamed, showing the sweet white features so clearly outlined against the pillows in a still marble pallor that struck chill 'to the heart. The Dean's wife had oeen famous Cor her pretty hair. It was gathered loosely on the crown of her head, and lay like a soft coronet above the closed eyes. Tho great doctor, corn Ins softly In, 'thought what a striking picture it would all have made; the spacious airy room, with its graceful furnishings, its hangings of dull rose and soft green carpet; tho white bed, full in the firelight; and the Bean, with his palo aristocratic face ana silvery hair, bonding forward with gaze fixed on the immobile stillness of his dying's wife's face. The doctor lifted the thin hand lying carelessly on the counterpane, and held tho wrist betwe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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HEALTH AND TOILET HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

■ I ., $ x . ■ hAaxth and toilet hints. Enlarged G lauds in Neck.—Whether these', api oar in infancy or youth a warm and dry climate is noodod. Iodide of potassium liniment may be used locally .10 {he glands ; but they aye:,merely a sign; not the mischief itself. The latter-is' in the constitu tion; and in plain English it means », tendency to the class of discasj known as "tuberculous." Consump tion is the best-known of these dis orders. Give iron, or a good chemi cal food, and let the sulTerer live out of doors as. much as possible. Hice Water for the Skin.—This is a pleasant lotion. It tends to soften the skin, ami is highly ;.on"ficinl when there-;s a tendency to coarse redness. The water should be prepared afresh every v day, as it quickly turns bad. Place one tablespoonful of ground rice in a bosan. . Cover with cold water, stir, ami at onco throw the water a way. Then cover with one pint of cold water. Stir, aiwl allow to stand for twelve hours. Before using stir it well, and...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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HOMELY FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

KOMZEI/5T FABS. Victoria Game Pie.—Required: Tivo' pounds of meat from rabbits, hares, etc., half a pound of fiam, two or three hard boiled eggs, pepper and salt, pastry to cover, half a pint of good clear stock, quarter of an ounce, of gelatine. First take a large pie-dish and wet it with cold water. Cut the hard-boiled eggs Into slices and arrange them on the bot tom and sides of the pie-dish. Cut tho gome into neat square pieces as fur as possible, dust lightly over with pepper and salt, and fill up the pie-dish, add ing ham and hard-boiled eggs as you havo them. Pour some good clear stock In, cover all with puff paste and bake. "When cooked, lift up the paste slightly and pour In a small quan tity of stock with the gelatine In it, and let all get cold. To serve, carefully remove the top crust and place it reverse way on the dish, then turn out the con tents of the dish carefully on it (in a mound) and garnish. The appearance of the reversed pie Is a novelty and appetising. If pr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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The German Meat Market. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Tlie German Moat Market. A resident of New Zealand, who ]ui3 re cently has been in Germany, informed a representative of the "Canterbury Times", (hat there is at present, owiiur to the rigid restrict! n» on Co' eisu mea im ports,, almost a meal famine, in that country. ;i He considers that the time is not far distant when the'ports-will have to be opened. A splendid opportunity s will then be available .for Australians |and New Zealanders, According- to his i weport.-the poorer and middle classes are I /complaining greatly, and nuss meetings! Jare being held all over Germany.to bring ' pressure to bear; upon .the Government j to ciUoxv foreign meat to come in.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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MEMORY'S BAROMETER A LOST PROPERTY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

MEMORY'S BAROMETER A. LOST PROPERTY OFFICE. Travellers who lose articles oh the South-Eastern and Chatham and Dover Railways must In future make applica tion for them at St. Paul's station. The lost property offices at Victoria A and Gannon street cm.ve been closed, ¥ and a joint office opened at St. Paul's, with sixteen rooms In which to bestow i and classify the result of passengers' '/• forgetfulness. The office Is under the charge of Mr Itobert Clark, chief clerk. ~ of the lost property and parcels depart ment at Victoria, who lias been the l-e-: cipient of many presents from old qoI lengues and users of the station. / During .twenty, years'; experiencj^^L^^^ the carelessness of.the travelling Mr Clark has! known nearly from babies, dead and nlive. chairs, funeral wreaths, air left behind on'platform or in "It is curious," he said. 7th Maj', "how the numb' found varies. One day only fourteen or fifteen system,and the next da, to two or three hundr "Ladies," in Mr G "arc most car...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SUGAR PRODUCTION OF EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

SUGAR PRODUCTION OF EUROPE. The well-known statistician, Mr F. u. Licht, estimates that this season's pro duction of beet sugar, in\ Europe. will reach 6,707,000 tons, which will be air in crease ,oJ 2,000,000 tons over, last year's crop. The following, figures show the returns per annum since 3901-2 inclu sive:—.' '• Tons. ' 1905-6 (estimate) 6,707,C00 1904-5 .. .'. .. .. .. .. .. ...4,706,900 1903-4 .. .. .. .. 5.S74,9C8: 1902-3 • .. ■5,561,257 1901-2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6,750,478 The chief sugar-producing countries of Europe are Germany, France, Austria, Russia, Belgium, and Holland. The pro duction of sugar in these countries dur ing the past two years compares as: fol lows:— 1903-4 •. 1904:5. ■ • ■■-■■■ Tons. Tons. Germany.. V. .. '1,927,681 . 1,595,100 Austria".; ...... 1*167,959 S89.400 franco .. •■; .. .. SOI,MS. ' 622,100 Belgium .. ..... .. 203,146 173,S00 . ■ Holland.. .. .. ./ 123.551, •• .136,500 Russia .. .. .. .. 1,206,907- -950,000 Otlier .. .. .. .. -HI,116 340,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. NURSERY NOTES. HINTS FOR MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

THE LADIES' 60LUHN. NURSERY NOTES, HINTS FOR MOTHERS. Very long walks are Injurious to young children. Children should be taught to breathe through their noses, and not with their mouths open. | Eating between meals Is destructive to j the digestion and the health of children. It Is very injurious to a baby's eyes to allow a glare of light to shine on them. 1 When giving a bath to a young child the cold water should be put in first, and then the hot. Doing the reverse has led j to many cases of scalding. j Permanent injury to the feet often re- | suits from allowing children to wenr too ; tight or ill-fitting boots and shoes. The neglect o£ thorough drying after ■washing, especially in frosty weather, ■' often causes little children to be badly J chafed. Children should never be allowed to j read, write, or work in a bad light, as ; this practice 13 ruinous to their eyesight. 1 Diarrhoea In babies and young child- : ren should never be neglected nor al- | lowed to run on unchecked, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FARM AND FIELD. A BIG RANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

ryifrwr fistu, A BIG RANCH. Mr W. C. Stuart, in the "Country Gentleman." ol Albany, U.S.A., gives a very interesting account of the ranch and farm known as "Ranch 101,"^87,000 acres in extent, starting at Y/infield, Kansas, and stretching over to Okla homa. It is owned by Messrs Miller Brothers, and Its name arose from the cattlc brand used by their father. There are 76,000 acres of pasture, and 32,000 acres of arable land. About 500 men are employed on the arable land, and 50 cowboys to look after the 15.000 cattle and 5000 pigs which roam over the grass land, while 300 horses and 500 mules are used to cultivate the land. The horses, except polo ponies, are bred for market, while mules are also bred for sale. About 9000 acres of wheat, 2000 of maize. 500 of oats, 400 of rye, and 500 of lucerne are grown annually, while 20 acres are devoted to vegetables, and a considerable area to fruit for the supply, of the numerous workmen. The implements and machines include 90 waggons, 125 cul...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SETTING THE CLOCK BACK REJUVENATION OP PROFESSOR WENTWORTH. IN TWO CHAPTERS.—CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

SETTING THE CLOCK BACK! REJUVENATION OP PROFESSOR WENTWORTH. tN TWO CHAPTERS.—CHAPTER I. The Professor sat in lils study "in mu sing mood," and his meditations were not cheerful. He had just remembered that it was his birthday, and when one is on the shady side of fifty, birthdays nre not particularly conducive to cheer fulness of spirit. ;Two or three trivial things had also conspired to impress his advancing years upon the Professor. He had had his hair cut that morning, and the hairdresser had brutally called his attention to the Increasing number of •gray hairs on the Professor's head. "If you go on like this, sir," he said, "you will soon be quite white. You had better try a little of our celebrated Re storer." But no, the Professor would have none of such adventitious aids; if he wore to be-white, lie must be white. Then on his way home lie had encoun tered a medical friend, and to him con fided that he was half-thinking of try ing a bicycle; but instead of the en couraging co...

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

WANTED. | ARMED JtfAtff used to 41; unci Statttm/Wop J. KEMT GLAS30T Canowirtdra ^ P.A» & H. Association HNNtfAL MEETING of MomWo ™ will V^'eld/on SATURDAY, ptS?, at the office BusifKMsa^'IJ^ reCetvir> Annual Re port njld Balance Sheet. Elec tion/)!' Committee and ordinary ^(sinoas, Financial year yniuates December 3let. JNO. J. U'INN, Hon. Sec. Post Office Hotel, EUGOWRA. Geo. Marshall (Late of Woodstock) PROPRIETOR, HJfAYING taken over the above hotel "* at Eujjowrn, desires to notify residents and the genet al public that ho intends to provide All Beers, /Spirits, Wines and Accommodation as of old. For Sale by Auctio^ Fencing- & Building Material; Obtained in the Sale Yards and Go ^hod at the bank of ICprr's Hotel Saturday Next, 5th %Inst. 1 At 4 o'ulnolt p.m. 1 51, ,'A.VERCOMBE has receive'! '.structions from the Engine it) cniiye 0f Coivra-Canowindra Ra I WUX to2'l by Huctiuji as above./ Ihe Vds comprise one Rpcnivii • ' Yard ai, lo -Ffins^wifh Gates, a, buil...

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BLOOD-CURDLING POSTERS DUDLEY HARDY ON PLACARDS. THE BILLSTICKERS' CENSORSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

BLOOD-CURDLING POSTERS DUDLEY HARDY ON PLACARDS. : THE BILLS-TICKERS' CENSORSHIP. The protest at Dover against blood curdling posters showing scenes o£ crime and depravity, in illustration of'sensa tional plays, is by no means an isolated instance. A "Daily News" representa tive recently found that the United Bill • Posters' Association, whose membership is spread all over the country, has con stant. anxiety in regard to posters unfit tor public exhibition. The society has a Censorship Committee, to which all doubt ful posters are referred, and if the com mittee condemn them members all over the country refuse to post them. 1 Occasionally a placard is rejected for blasphemy or immodesty in its wording, but the great majority of tfie cases giving trouble are theatrical posters represent ing scenes of violence, which It is feared may excite the imitative faculties of the Hooligan. The production of large colored theatrical posters is in the hands of about half a dozen firms, leading r...

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