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PUBLIC SCHOOL HYGIENE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

PUBLIC SCHOOL HYGIENE. ' Some o£ the great public schools are Cur behind those of a socially lower grade in the intelligence exhibited in. the up bringing o£ the young people entrusted to ' their care. ; In: some the buildings are in themselves structurally imperfect, and iri others the authorities are slow to accept the. teachings of modern sci ence, or even to regard the care of their pupils', health as in many respects tho most important part of their duty.— '•'British Medical Journal."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDEPENDENT ENGLISH GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

INDEPENDENT ENGLISH GIRLS. I The English girl is a source of un failing horror,- consternation, and general disarrangement of the nerves of ' the French' and German women through 'whose countries she saunters in perfect independence. There is something about her unruffled Interested gaze as with perfect unconsciousness she meets thn scandalised looks of French arid German mothers, as she arrives alone at hotel after hotel that is most discomposing to their ideas. -"Tatler." Proof Positive.—Mrs Newwed: What convinces you that she has perfect coil lidence in her husband V Mrs Old wed: Whenever she runs into town for a day rlnpincr (he summer she lets him UllOW ' beforehand. -"Town. Topics."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIGOROUS VEGETARIANS. STILL YOUNG AT EIGHTY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

VIGOROUS VEGETARIANS. STILL YOUNG AT EIGHTY. I A number of octogenarian vegetarians, | including: one lady, occupied the plat-. ! form of the large Memorial Hall recent : ly to give testimony to the value of nori ! flesh diet in not only prolonging life, but [in rendering old age vigorous and happy. I "A short life and a merry one!" ex 1 claimed, with scorn, Mr C. P. Newcombe, } the chairman, a sprightly youth of SO. | A short life is in most cases rendered short by, disease, and is not merry. The j liesh of animal never was intended for I the food of man; and if the 36 million I acres in this country now given up to i cattle were used for growing corn and fruit it would take the people out of the [ towns and give them healthy employ ment. (Cheers.) Dr Mayor, Latin Professor at Cam ■ bridge, is also SO. He found from the i ancients that the vegetarian mode or [ life was the true one, for Seneca said, "Many dishes, many diseases." (Ap I plause.) Medical men were taught al [ most ever...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]nical Education. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

nicaS Education. is drawn t.o tin advertise s issue r<> the forthcoming Gr Hooper, Assistant ^nt of Tech n icn 1 Ed uca >-eh i 2th, «t 8 p.m. , Tt is (ho greatest importance n of this uhnracter should nd wide. Mr. Hooper the School of Arts Hall Education, and his loc illiistnitod by liiutern > older continents com? s ni-o forging ahead, |8ult of technical nduoa s beneficial infiueuee . every well-informed Ihas advanced by leaps w Japan, that country, hongliifiil Australian [cir-s (and thinking' !S3od wonderfully us •on. must lint behind, we confidently be inro. No class can '2 mimes are banded .,,^'8 n"w proposed to establish, iul Cailwl'llr'111 <lro -Dress making, Cohkerl Carpentry, and Geology, j| I Mr DunkiflW, ojpnowindra Public School, is t!io;floca|0"'(!P1.'' a"d-■pupils'1 may be enrolled aV1"^

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRISON NO PUNISHMENT. GAOLS PLACES OF REST. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

PRISON NO PUNISHMENT. GAOLS PLACES OF ilEST. "The professional iraiap is the most hopeless class of prisoner met with," says the chaplain of Northallerton Pri son in the annual Prisons' Report issued in October. "He looks upon prison is a house of rest and. refreshment,-and uses it freely for such purposes, deliberately committing offences in order that ho may be sent there." Other authorities agree, and many of them condemn short sentences on these prisoners. The governor of Wakefield Prison goes to the extent of declaring that not only are they futile, " but even demoralising, and almost encourage and foster vagrant tendencies of life." - "I have met the same tramps in prison after prison," says the chaplain of Lewes Prison, "and they tell me that they look upon seven days, which often means only four, as a 'rest.' One man, who had not been in (his prison for nine years, laugh ed when X asked him if ho had done any work since then, and said, 'Of course not: I never do.' "

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Progress Association. The lipunl monthly mfinting nf the ahnvn was lih1 (1 on Tui'sday. ovnninfj 1n«t. Pi'fsent:— M«s.srs T. J. Finn 0. McDonnirli, Rtnn Piirlcfr, R M\ Finn. W. Olaikn, 13. R; MnTtomilil, (5. Dnnkelv, J. Biotherton. \f. .T...Ahhripfon;:rr. Murrnv, J. Kony \V. Croucher, junr., nnd M.- J. Finn (ll'Ml. SPP..'). Tlio following- correspondence was rrnd :—■ . From Councillor Nohla stating that Iip would give every nseistance to have Cnnowindni declared un urban area. FromLand« Department re m]U<'K( that, lnncl hnsiiiess within certain parinhos rIomv to Oanowimlni ho deal! with.liv iho'P.oard «t Cano'.vindra;.in ,|)ln( p of flriiffirispit tiers to (Oowru and pud; I, stilting-, in-reply that, the mutter Imd been referred to the chnir nmn.of tbo Land jjonrd at Oransjo for report. .. . ■ • l|ioni Bnree Shire ro motallin^ main. street, stating the street was e»nsifl.»>-pd,in fgirly good order, but provision would bo made - In tor on for improvements;. also in refe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COTTON WOOL ERA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

THE COTTON WOOL ERA. Daily we become more and more the . slaves of luxury, the disciples of the Sheltered Life. Our children, who used to run about with'pink bare legs, are now protected from the autumn winds by thick cloth gaiters. Our Prime Min ister goes a-golflng under an umbrella. At any moment we may read without surprise that Sir Edward Grey plays ten nis in a respirator; that Lord Granby wears goiosnes wnen lishing.—' 'Vanity Fair,"

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nyrang Creek. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Nyrang Greek.' (From our Correspondent). A meeting of Ih'e Nvrang Progress Association was held at Mr, W Trel ford's residence on the evening of February 19th. There was only ft small attendance.of members In the nbsmicG of the Piesirlont, Mr. J. Mo Oniforr (Vice-president) occupied the chair. . .. The minutes • of tho-previous moot ing were read and adopted. Corresnondence. From Lands Department, stating that h further grunt towards iiuprov •iitfif t ho Nvranfj recreation reserve would- bo - considered in connection with the distribution of the park vote fur the year. From ''Borne Shire in reference to j application for. a low level bridgoovnr. the Belubuhi on to Bungaroo sub •••div.ifion,- -stating thnfr- if would be difficult to fix a site that, would.suit. i'voi'3'onn, lmt that as the "Teaf.er number. of those interested belonged tcvWnugoola Shire, the matter would be referred to that Shire for report. Oori'capoiidonee was received on tlio motion of Mr. W, Jt-yan and Mr, 0. Will...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEAUTIFUL ENGLISHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

BEAUTIFUL ENGLISHMEN. An American in London is busily occu pied in getting together the data fur a; book to be published by a. leading New York firm of publishers, and to be en titled Court Beauties of the Victorian Bra. It Is to be profusely illustrated with portraits of all the great ladies who figured prominently before the world of those days, and is to be divided into ten years' divisions. He Is having consider able difficulty in getting the consent of some of the people.— "Artronaut." Ran Francisco. Mr Newwed: My dear, here's a fiver which I have saved by giving up smok ing. I wish you woudl take it and get some experienced housekeeper to teach you how to cook. Mrs Newwed: How god of you, my darling! I'll send for mother. Is it because woman Is jealons of her great privilege of giving "No" for ac answer mat sue will never take it! f—J. m. jocods, in tne 'Tall Mall Gazelle."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Not Li[?]e Me. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Not! Liflf ^e* When Hio Into Sir Jof' ,fa%er. of freo Helnctioii heforo « " ' .1.; , 11 10 ' zenith of hb popularity! to adv. on bony: mtroda^ to t j Oh. I urn invhilly pica} t]mt j. have a Inured you so nine, OT tho (lt, , your photograph in the piL. ' >1 „„„„i W*\%wtel3!k«,S; " it couldn't lmve beeu lit?

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Commercial Banking j Co. of Sydney, Ltd, Cnpitnf Pnirl Tip. . C. *>10,000 0 0 Tffisprvo Fuml .. Pi.3 10,000 0 ft ! T>PS(>rvo C'npnal I! I,/id' .000 0 0 i' l,::in.ooo 0 0 j Liberal Atfvanrpp on Ap- ! proved Securities. j Highest Rates Allowed lor Deposits at Intnrest. All Usual Banldnn BuslnessTrans acted. v iu,.vrr'TT'F(YU'n. \inwi»jnr Oannwinrtrn Branch. 1S/I/SI9 K Mr. B. JO^ES SURGE OK :: DE8TIST, COWRA, Will visit Cariovvlndra Fort nlfjhtly—Saturday and Sun day. Date of Next Visit, 12th and 13th MARCH. E. M F INN, SOLICITOR and Commissioner for Affidavits, Canowindra. The Junction Motel Under -its Nmv Mnnngptnont. M l. COONEY, (Lato of Tmporial Hotel, Mutlgeo). — <vil! still romnin — - - THE HOTEL -- At-which the host of Accommodation nntl Liquors nre obtainable. Cull in (uid you nro ftsaurnd a hearty <v«lt;oiuo. M I. COONEY, : JUNCTION HOTEL. CANOWINDHA. W0LL5AWJ A. ' RASZ, LICEH5EU SURVEYOR, R.P. ACT. LEVELS TAKEN FOR ANY PURPOSE. Address: " Gi.ev...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

School of Arts. Thn usual monthly meeting: of the Oaruiwiudra School of Arts committee wan lu'ld oil Tuesday evening1 last. Mi T. J. Finn prosidinir. ' The mirintps of Inst, meeting were roafl and confirmed. The ■following correspondence wns rend and received • From t.ho Ron.'P. Wnddell, ire tho subsidy for buildintra School of Arts, stating that the amount allowed wnR £1 for £1 fur building reading; room and library, nod for'.the upkeep of thn inntitiition afterwards the sum of 10* for ovnry_£ 1 collected and spent Was the amount .authorised; : '■'" A similar 'communication was re ceived from the Department. of In struction, also statins:- that tlie'nlnns for thn now .building had been ap proved of From Mr DunkW.. hmul foriohor fit thn local Pu"nc Sohnnl, sriirinc that it was propound ta.&Rtnhlieh technical olfissps in nti!iowindra, and askin;* if the use of flip hull could bp; obtained for two pveniiiwR r wnplc. Th«v wovo prnpared to p»y 4a fid a wnnk and clnar the hall on...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Belubula News. (From our Correspondent.) SEND-OFF TO MR. AND MRS W. E. MYRING AND FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

I Belubula liev/si t (From oar 0'>iTP.sBHi<ltint|- ■ • STCNO-OFF TO MT!. fn K M YRTNGr A N D'.VA XIIlI • riiiirWlnv evpniiijr, 2*h nltHM tlifl ; iw-ciisioii ; of n gat living- ar''[-"V DuffvV residence to ~ ttAlcr . s«nd-..'ffM Mr. and Mrs p E M{in and family, ami Mr. A Mintpv. il whom are shortly lonvin'jriflif> rlisjjf^' where, as neighbors anil frietnj ili bn vPTV hard to:find tlhoir eqtj'v After tliP bfinquptv to which al"'' 70 «at down, dntinina: wns -Imlu 1 tTHt'n till 11 p.jn., when Mr. T FVMullair^' in a neat little Hpppi-.h on hA-holf ofllf> Belub la Cricket Oluh (of wrhiclr'fi>,a number of years Mr Myriilg nnd 'Is two Hons lmve been nipmIvors), pj" sented. Mr. Myririg with a lli and sot' Sold medal suitably inscribpjl^^iy a m1 itr)>111ikr-n of the estppin Mrs Mvrmg is li<=sld by the 1 nd I ps presented her. with silver and cut glass jam spoon. Mr. AT v ring reapom^^m himself and Ik's wife, and als^^^^E in highly; oulogistie terms oflH|H...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH SCHOOL REVOLUTION. THE RISE FROM THE RANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

! ENGLISH SCHOOL REVOLUTION. I- V THE RISE FROM THE RANKS. "M." writes in the London "Daily Hail" of 4th September:— A revolution in English school life l>as been Inaugurated by the recent regula tion of tlie Board ot Education to the effect that all secondary schools desir ing to receive grants on the new scale must reserve 25 per cent, of their places for boys from the elementary schools. The admission of this 2i> per cent, is entirely optional, but .the school which rotuses to admit tliem loses all claim to a monetary grant from the Board. The voluntary character of this regu lation is more apparent than real. How far the secondary schools of the coun try will obey the Board is as yet a mat ter of speculation, as the rejrukition has only just come into force. The next three months will decide that question finally. But it is not difficult to foretell what the answer of the schools will be. The vast majority of the governing bodies of these schools simply could not face the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRACTICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

PRACTICAL EDUCATION. For nine boys out of ten there is far more value iu an education which teaches them why an engine goes than in poring over grammars and diction aries, and at the end of their school days being just able to stumble through a Greek play without the least idea as .to what It is nil about. Kducation is useless unless it arouses curiosity and wonder. It pught to meet the desire know how and why. 'Dally Mirror."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REAL SKY PILOTS THE MEN WHO ARE CONQUERING THE AIR. THE FOREIGNERS START. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

REAL SKY PILOTS THE MEN WHO ARE CONQUERING THE AIR. THE FOREIGNERS START. Although opinions may differ as to whether a practical aeroplane—that is to say, a /lying-machine heavier than air—Is likely to be perfected within the next few' years, there can be no doubt whatever of the Immediate success of the air-ship of the "navigable balloon" variety. , So long as twenty-flve years' ago the French Government made the first dirigible air-ship, and now In "La Patrle" they have a real flying-machino [ capable of travelling nearly twenty miles an hour, and of turning in any direction. The German.", too, have the "Parseval" air-ship, which has been al most equally successful. Both nations are rapidly building additional vessels which will be great improvements on the same lines, and they are also ex perimenting with the 'construction of aeroplanes. Russia is said to have at least one successful air-ship, but Its secret Is carefully, hid from the eyea of a prying world. BRITAIN'S "NULLI SECU...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
German's Hill Road. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

German's Hit] Road. A (intitinn to tlio Oin.niiln* SliiiP Coinioil in Tioitijr- v Hunpfl hy rnti'|iiivni'f< intprp.stpil imrl iiiili'io u8f*rs,<>f thp. OiiiiiirK-Oiiifrfi roml. ur^ i'i£- thiit; tlii> prnpuHPi] (lovinli'iii lit GeniiiiiiV Hill l><>nnf.oirnVclmil ;■ mul .tluit llio i»cIipiiip of |Tu|i» •illd MulliHiirj, onjfinooi'Kj lio n(111crrrl .lo... > - IllO potlllnil II1HV Jio «.;<r||P(l lit ()|P "C'lnowiiifliH S'lir'J- nffico 'liv nil | ppoplo iii tin's dip.tiict init'ientHii in iIih I iiiatt»r.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WHINNYING BAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

THE WHINNYING BAYS. (By SHELDON C. STODDARD.) "Heard you wanted more teams, sir. Any chance for a job? You're Mr Ham mond, aren't you?" The boy, for he was little more, touch ed his cap respectfully. "Yes, I want more teams, and there's a chance for a job, and I'm Mr Ham mond. Now, what can I do for you, my lad?" The tall, energetic young man paused In his parld walk and looked sharply at the boy. . "I'd like a job of teaming, sir," he re plied, returning the look steadily. "You? Where's your team? Oh, I see!" A pair of small, but stockily'-built, ;bay horses were standing quietly a little to one side. The sharp eyes o£ the young contractor glanced quickly over them with a look of instant- disapproval. "Too small—altogether too small, my boy. Little horses like those aren't good for this hauling. You've got to have size and weight in a team. Look at those Pcrcherons yonder." A big, mottled-grey team was coming steadily over the flat road with a tower ing load of logs. The big fellow...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STATE'S VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

THE STATE'S VITAL STATISTICS. During 11)09 the births in N S.W ii\imh<;iH(] '13,'.69, equal to tlm rale of .2(5-9-1 per 1000 of population. Thi nuiubiir has never h"pn exceeded. bir r.hn. rate was lower limn thai: of th>; two vonrfl' prcci'dinjf 1!K)8; In the Metropolitj the riiti) was "25.81, and ill din cuuntry 27.GO. The deaths totalled 15.8 10, e<|nnl t" a rate of 9.7-i per .1000, which is tlii lowest on record. . The inariiageH ngf;rp{rflt.»d I!!.0-I5. "(jual tu 8 03 per 1000, the highest on record.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORALS OF MERSTHAM. A LESSON OF THE TUNNEL [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

MORALS OF MEBSTHAM. A LTCSSON OF THE TUNNEJj Although tnc story 01 "ine iu»»n ,ragedy" is not yet complete, wo enow enough to bo aware that hero s an event which casts a sinister ight upon the peril of the middle :lasses in London. Miss Money was 1 girl born into a Free Church, bap tised by a Free Church minister, reared in a provincial town, trained Lo dui1''- work, and thrown, like Lens Df Lho.,.iiinds of other girls, upon her 3Wn resources. Her father died when she was a mere baby, but she had a mothey living, and she was one of a numerous family circle. She drifts lo London, where she obtains honorablo employment at a small, but normal ind actually sufficient wage. Appar ently she gave perfect satisfaction lo her employers, and was entirely re spected by the rest of the staff. Yet her life is suddenly cut short, and her body is found under the painful circumstanccs which have aroused such pity and horror. Ten days after the event, the whole of the police and the whole, of the l&...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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