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Defective Vision. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
; ; Defective Vision. Tho representative of Mr E Bosoh, F.S.M.C, the successful consulting Optioian of Martin Place and Pitt Street, Syd ney, will again visit Canowindr.i on a data to be announced, and may be seen at the Victoria Hotel, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All and sundry who suffer with Headache, .Insomnia, Aversion to Li^ht, Eyestrain, or Failing Sight of any kind should call and have tlicir eyes examined and glasses made to order bv this reliable Optician. Mr ■ Bosch's work is well and favorably known tlil-oii-fhout tho district, and the reliability of liis work can ho testified to by his numerous aiid grateful clients.
Police Court THURSDAY, 3RD INST. (Before Mr F. B. Treatt, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
-VPoJice Court THURSDAY, 3rd INST. ■ . (Bofore Mr F. B. Treatt, P.M.') Honry Harland v. Con. Cui-toin fo ; assult. - M r E. M.&lt; Finn appeared fori plaintiff, ntid there was no appoarance' of defeiulsuit. The case was honrti exparte.. lividence \i as taken, and defendant was found guilty, and lined i()s, professional coals and costs of court £i ids, three witnesses' expenses iS.h 91; totu!,' £2 i8s 9d, in. default, one .month's) hard .labor in Young 'gnol. _ , Police v. Win O'Brien for riotious behaviour. Fined 20s, 6s ccste, in default 14 days''hard labor. ^Patrick ljallou pleaded guilty to b«ing drunk and disorderly on Satur day'night last, and was fined 10s, with the option of 14 days' hard labor.
Bowan Park. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
Bowan Park. (From our Correspondent). The corn crops are beginning to ripen, and the yield is likely to bo very lair. Mr Gersbach with liis threshing machine has been doing good work during the past six weeks, and ex pects if the weather holds fine to finish in the Bowan Park district by the end of the week. The amount of straw at present stacked in the locality constitutes a record, so that should we experience another bad winter most people will be amply provided for. The committee of the Church of England have decided to hold a day's Bports in the local recreation ground on Wednesday, 16th March, for tbe purpose of raising funds to pay off the debt on the church. This debt has I been greatly reduced during the past few years, and we trust that the com mittee's efforts will be rewarded by I the complete removal of the debt.
Gumble Sale [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
Gumble Sale Messrs Belford, Taylor and Weston, conducted a very successful clearing out sale at Gunible Station ou Satur day. There was a lar^o attendance of buyers, bidding was animated, and the prices realised were exceedingly good. The draught mare Fanny, with, a foal at foot, brought £52 ; the draught mare Daisy £46 ; the draught mare Rodney £45 ; draught geldinga £36 to £39; light draughts to £36; and light horses to £9 10s. A large quantity of station and farming plant was also sold at satisfactory prices.
Floods Disaster Relief. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
Floods Disaster Relief. The following amounts seat to the abovo fund froiu Look wood were acknowledged in the " S.M. Herald," 2G/2/10 • — 1 Fartnera and Settlers' Flood Relief Fund :—Collected by Hugh M. Brown, Lockwood F. and S. Association : Messrs R Moore. os ; Alex. M'Donald. £1 ; Geo. A. Wane 's)', 5s : J. Fleidner, senr., 5t>; Win. Bassett, seur., os; Hugh M. Brown, 10s—£2 10b. In addition to the above Mr A. W. Swansbra, of Oranbury, sent £1 la direct to Syduey. Mr A. W. Mttir acted on behalf of Mr H. M. Brown in the collecting and forwarding to Sydney.
Important to Stockowners. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
Important to Stock owners. Stookowners should bear in ruiud tlie fact that if they dispose of a property tliey must re-register thuir braud and mark for any now holding they tu.-iy acquire. Or in uase of dis posing of a property and leaving th district, they tuny transfer their liran and mark to the j-urchaser, whic may be done at half-priue. Pbjho haviug two holdings in the same dr triot, not being contiguous, are quested to register the same br and mark for 6acU holding.
Subscription List. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
'Subii'efiptfen List. - The followinrr.iim'iiinta wero collect ed for Mr,: G. AfcCnrtney and family, of I'imlptf, who linve sustained severe Ioss'ps during the Inst few months .T. .-lioyfliR list, £3/9/0; G Whitman's list, £3/6/f> ; T J Finn's lint, £1/4/6 ; DRMcDo.inld'a list, ]0/0; \V Miller's list, £17/11/-, Total, £26/11/.
TO PLYMOUTH WITHOUT A STOP. A RIDE ON THE FOOTPLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
TO PLYMOUTH WITHOUT A STOP. A RIDE ON THE FOOTPLATE. "First stop—Plymouth!V' The shout comes to me as I stand eager and ex-j ; cited 011 the foot-plate of Mr G. J*. Church ward's magnificent engine "I.ady Superior," which two minutes later is due to set out for its famous non-s'.op run to Plymouth—220% miles in ■ four hours seven minutes. The never-changing ululation o£ a main line departure platform floats up even to us, 'who; are so far removed j from the nervous eoa of humanity. "Dees this train stop at'Bristol?" "Can 'I get] lunch on the train?" "Why isn't'there any second' on the train?" "Don't for j get to write, dear;"- changing suddenly • to hurried :good-byes as the station semaphore gives its warning. My driver looks, at his watch, anl perceiving that we are two and;a ha'f minutes late in starting, opens the regu lator more, which transforms the steady and systematic pull of his charge into a quicker and wilder blast, as if she wcr. expressing her annoyance at being, de la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
Great Clearing ■ft ■M&. Consisting of Muslins, Prints, Zephyrs, Cambrics, Ready-mada Skirts, Blouses, Jj| / Suits, Trousers in Khaki, Drill;; r We are clearing all Summer Stock at Cost Price T. J. FINN. CAN© M m ummer Stock I Ladies' and Children's Hats, Gentlemen's Summer etc, 5 room for New Stock. ■ A STORES. Famous Low Prices Have brought tho Celebrated Nou»e "lera' X-ij/Ht Kuimin% White .Sewing: Machines, within reach of every purse. | Duplicate Parts Always Available- I is. 25y.—White Sewing Machine ed, 4 Drawern, Oak or bii?»t Front,, fitted with Fshuti.o, Bult-UearingB, JFlc Lift and Patent _Kead, Plated Fly Vvheel, jfc with King Steel Set of 6nta, £6. Packing for the Kry, 2/6 extra. Our lllustr*tad Prio* ft cf Sawing Michlno*, Posted free on Apollotion. fHONY HORDERN and SONS, Only Univvraal Profldwi» . | Palace Emporonm Brickfield Hill. SYDNEY, N.S.W. Honey I Honsy I ' FOR SALE BY THOMAS MOBBS, NYRANG CREEK. THIS HONEY is separated from the Combs by Honsy Extractor,...
Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
Butter Factory. A meeting of the provisional direc tors of the Canowiudra Butter and Refrigerating Company was held at the Victoria Hotel on Siturday last, PresentMessrs. Jos. Jones (in the chair), V. Bliitchford, P. W, Murray, R. T. Augwiu, E. Speare, and Stan. Parker. Two directors, Messrs. H. M. Brown and A. EL Conroy, were unable to be present. The miuute8 of the previous meet ing were confirmed. The secretary (Mr. Parker) said he asked the brokers for a written report, but owing to Mr. Davis, who was sell ing the shares, being out of town, he was unable to get the report dt-sired. Mr. Cook, however, stated that they hud sold 703 shares, and would verify that. After some discussion in regard to this matter, it was decided that the secretary write to the brokers notify ing them to attend the next meeting or tiie directors, and to fumisii a written report of business done. The question of getting a Govern ment expert to give a lecture on dairy ing was discussed. The secretary said...
Canowindra Butter Factory. Question of Profits. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
GanowmtSi-a Butter . Factory. Question of Profits. There ie now every probability o£ tho proposed Cauowindra Batter and Refrigerating Company, Ltd., being formed,-And at-an early date; but it seems evident that a wrong impression has been funned with regard to the desire of the provisional directors to obtain subscriptions from intending suppliers and tradespeople only. Therefore, it may be advisable at this stugo to muntiou the fuct that the provisional directors are most anxious ■to secure as large a list of shareholders as possible in order that the company may be truly representative of the whole ' district. All intending appli cants, who may be termed " out siders," iu the'sense (only) that they are not suppliers or not local trades people who will directly benefit by the establishment of such an industry, inav bo assured that it is the intention of the promoters '(and will continue to be: the policy of the directors) to fully safeguard the interests of all shared holder's, whe...
HINT FOR MR SHAW. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
HINT. FOR MR SHAW. .George Bernard Shaw is the only man | in this slothful and superficial ago v\-iv) ho.s an apparently inexhaustible supply of that mordant yet whimsical wit which we call "Gllbertaln." lie has tried moat methods of calling us to account, hut; here lies a field as yet untouched, and of | which the reformer has apparently never . though*. In the guise of ttiv.sk-ai comeay. I Mr Shaw can hurl his unpleasant truths J at the heads and hearts- of people ; he': could never hope to reach In any other way.— "Throne."
SIRDAR'S MOTOR CAR. PRACTICE FOR THE DESERT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
SIRDAR'S MOTOR CAR. PRACTICE FOR THE DESERT: . Sir Reginald Wingate^ the Sirdar, watched with keen interest oil the sands near Dunbar, on the east coast of Scot land, on 4th Septem'ber, the testing of o i motor-car which had been specially built | to carry him over the sands of me ■ Sudan. ■ :■ I The car is built mainly of steel, with | the engines .and the wheels, which are,; broad, with solid tyres, boxed in 'to,pre I vent the entrance o£ sand. The. car Is of ,'88-46-h.p., with four-cylinder engine.'.. Ground which no ordinary car. could at tempt was easily traversed in the trials. Over wet sand, in which ■ the wheels sank nine or twelve inches, ;the car | travelled at . about six miles an hour, j Once it was caught, sinking deeply and | refusing to move though the wheels con i tlnued to revolve, and boards had to bp brought to extricate it. | On the whole, however, the experl-, menta were highly successful, especially ; as'it was considered that the Dunbar; sands are very much he...
"MY LOOT." AT CASA BLANCA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
"MY LOOT" AT CASA BLANC A. Charles E. Hands . writes in the London " Daily Mail" of 19th Sep tember There have been days When, brood ing darkly over lost chances which other fellows stopped in rJ?id; seized,. I have inveighed against the injus tices and inequality of the system of things, and have looked forward to tho time when the rotten fabric of so-called society should be shaken into a heap and the abundant- good things of life should be free of'access on level terms to every man worthy to possess them. • But I never really thought I should live to see tho bright day-dawn. ■ Well, here I am, having assisted ac cording to the best of my powers in the recent re-distribution - of wealth in Casa Blanca, and all I got was : (a) A Moorish, string of wooden praying beads ; (b) A little embroidered bag in which the more pious but poorer classes; of Moorish' Jews carry, their prayer scrolls ; (c) One quire of cheap German writing paper and packet of enve lopes en suite ; and ' .'x: (d) ...
CRAZE FOR GETTING THIN. STRONG PROTEST BY SIR J. CRIGHTON-BROWNE. CHLOROFORM SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
CRAZE FOR GETTING THIN. ' strong protest by sir j. . V. crighton-browne. chloroeorji sweets. "All the fashionable food fads and follies of tlie hour are in the nature of deprivation," Sir .T. Criehton-Browue, M.D.. observed on September 17tU in ills presidential address to the Sanitary Inspectors' Association at Llandudno. "At one time the tendency was to 'stuff,' and every new kind of nutriment was hailed: as a boon to humanity. Now the pendulum has swung to the oppo site extreme. Aldermen are like latlis, citizens train down for athletic sports, only duodecimo portions are served at dinners, even light wines are looked at askance, while' split soda-waters are in vogue. "On all hands the cry is that we eat. too much. So fierce in some quarters is the propaganda of dietetic asceticism that, in dread of being suspected of gluttony, we can only indulge a healthy appetite in secret." It was curious that this clemming craze should have come upon us and reached so high a pitch at a time ...
Cudal. From Our Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910
C.M«2aS.' v From Our (Jorrespondetii. -Theweather still continues lint and dry, and the want of rain is. .being, keenly fell: in this locality. Those persons tra-pellifig. such as teamsters, find it very disagreeable at-present, us r.lio conditions of tho road (owing to tho riuniTOiis quantities of (lust) is a wfill. It is a usual occurrence to see rlto moil and horses passing through here literally, covered in dust. A very pietly wedding was cole* brat-wi beie ynstrmlny, tho contracting 11ni lips \)pinir M is- F'uiiiv B Li111 dauhv, ('laughter of. Afr S. Lnndauer, of this town, and Mr Ohus. O'Nuil, oi ■'Y;irnmgfih''station, Murgu; TIip new ii'l(&lt;i»lioii'» line between hero nnd Muriildra has been completed.' mid n long felt want, will bo. satisfied, as persons hero wishing, to convoi'SQ with tho penplo of that town had to speak through Oninire, and round through Mofong. This was .i deal ot tronhle, but now the direct telephonic -.service will be much more convenient. ■Hes...