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THE BEEKEEPER SEASONABLE APIARY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

THE BEEKEEPER i —• SEASONABLE APIARY WORK, i The latter end of March, to the provi dent, brings 'thoughts of winter, and the average bee-keeper, especially the be ginner, wonders how he will winter his bees. In wintering', the beginner with only two or three colonies cannot adopt the same system as the advanced bee keeper. Those with the least experi ence of bees are generally the most spasmodic in the preparations for win der. First see that the colony has a queen; if there are no queen cells built j and there is brood in all stages down to the egg, you are fairly safe inassum jlng that the cjueen is there; but it is bet ter; still to see her; ' It may be that there is not brood in all stages, and par ticularly may this be the case when there has been no honey-fl&w after bass-wood. Then there is no other way 'than to actu ally see the queen. When, looking for the queen, smoke the bees as little as possible, take the combs out quietly, nnd i do not be too long looking tliern...

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

Conn rri©i"c!ci,l. WOOL. We recoiled the following wire froth Messrs Witichcombe, Carson arrd 'Go. on Wednesday Inst*—Atour wool '8b1p8 to-llay we-sold":—Josiah Moffat, Hillgrcive, 13£d, 'top price -of day •; Messrs H. Dawson, ArmidaVe, same-; iDonalfl McPherson, Wollomombi, 13£d; W. Higginf, jnvereU, !'3d-; W. •and P. Schoader, Walcha, same; G. Elliott, Arraida'le, same.; -James Pearce, Adelong, same': T. ©awsott, *GuyrB, same-; iMwurd Kelly. 'Qyylgli.. '12Diimel Mcltae, Wolloluoiiiiii, 12'i-d:; H. McOlotiaghan, Rockvate, 'same'; Mrs J. McRosxin, Wandsworth, 'same ; 5\ Mantiel, ITarrotvyeh, oara«:; 'T. Cavanagh, Tmit Hill, hhme-; W.. IJenrcB, Adelong, same-; John ;Coates,, I/Elsmorn, 12Jd:; John McRae, Wol Bomombi,'same'; John Carter, Bende piesr, sr.iiie> W. Ince, !i?etiderdon, 'wai/ie ; Joseph Wagner-, Walriha, same.. Scliute, Bell and 'Co., Ltd., Wool :and ^Produce Brokers, Sydney, report 'under Hate 28th 'February';—Values .'were well sustained throughout last 'week, -compet...

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

Seed Wheat IIALL'S No. -8 and "The ■ftie "White Oat. Good Seed. Tf Apply, & DAVIS, Canowindra. wee Shire Council IT EMBERS (endorsed " Tendetr for' Sanitary Service") will be received up 'to ten o'olocka.ra (10) on TUESDAY the I'StR of MAROli, '1910, for -Emptying, Cleansing-, and iieplrteing -all Pans as reqrciretf 'in 'Connection *with tihe Sanitary Service at Eitgowra ■■'at Pur Week 'from the '1st day of •April. IS 10. -Ccntraotor to find :his: •own Eorse and Traij, and't>4'Carry u'Jt the work 'in strict aecordan/;f> with the. jLucul'GoVfir»KiBntA.ot, lyOfr; and all •amended Acts QrakntfiCefl find Regu ■lations'thereunder. ThA Otftwcifdoes Slut Wind'itself'to acce^y the lowest or; ^any tender. ' A. H. T. 'SHERWIN, 'Cudal, 2S/2/19 s 0 "tHE NOW OPEN IN CANO WINDUA For a Shoft Visit only. {XeSt 60 McDonald"1* Blacksmith •Shop). DonH Di)ay. » Se Phbtogr&phed afc «nce. Orange Special Horse Sate I 200 CHOICE HORSES Including IQt /l draught^cofys and tiles. &am...

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

Perhaps it is not convenient for you to pay cash for a Piano. THat fact need not.stop you from buying one. We sell all our Pianos on Easy Terms, a small deposit and the balance by monthly payments extending over 1, 2 or 3 years as desired. Every P'iano we sell is fully guaranteed. Write for Otxf Cat«io^ue and Price List, we sfoa.ll bo pleased to send them free* end to rxpUitt our Eetsy Payment System. W. H. PALING <& CO., Ltd. 33$ Oeorge «Street ============= Sydney m ^^

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Orange Races. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Grange Races. ■ANNUAL -MEETING. The above were held on Tuesday and Wednesday last. llesnlts— FIRST DAY. Nowmavket Handicap, six furlorrga —Edna May, '9.8 (Hood) 1, 'Batley Brew 8.12 (Wadups) 2, Ayrbrook 8. '2 (J. Pratt) 8. Betting, £ to 1 Edna. May-. Won by a length. Ifime, '1,16 Trial Stakes, six furlongs—Leyton 8.1 (Johnson) 1, BluePlyer 7 .'9 (La mond) 2, Auscralite 8.1 (J. Pratt) 3. Betting, even money 'Leyton. Won easily by five'lengths. Time, 1 .'17 3-5 !Wn Plate, one mile—Graftnot 7.8 (Lamnnd) 1, Martin V.O(McOowan) 2,; La Patrie .9.2 (Mutton) 8. Other starters : Heiro, Larry, Pendulum, Glory Lily, Dorenia, and Merit. Won; by half a length. Time, 1.43J. A protest againstths winner '=for boring was dismissed. Betting, 2 to 1 La Patrie, 3 to I Larry, 5 to 1 Pendulum,; 6 to 1 Graftnot, 10 to 1 Martlo. Plving Handioap, Sis furlongs— Cable Message 79 (Loyle) 1, St.. Cloud -7.M (Davis) 2, Lord Jersey 8.0 (Mutton) 3. Batting, 6 to 1 Cable| Ntessage. Wou eaui'ly 'by two'lengths' in 1...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Cattle Breeding in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Cattle Breeding ill Germany. This is the subject of an article ■ In- a recent issue of the "Journal of the Board of ■Agriculture," London. In proportion to area thenumber of cattle in Germany is about the same as in the United King dom. Since 1S73, when 15% millions were returned, and up to 1900, the latest year for which statistics have been is sued, there had been an. Increase to nearly 19 millions, thus almost keeping pace with the growth of population. This increase contrasts with the decline in the number of sheep, which has fallen in the same period from about 25 millions to a little over 9% millions. Details show that the greatest number of cattle to a given area is kept on small farms, the ratio on holdings of 5 to 13% .'acres being 3-1 per 100 acres, while it is only 10 on farms of 250 acres or more.' For the im provement of cattle breeding and other objects connected with the industry, the several States grant sums of money, which amounted.in Prussia, for example, to L43.9...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Drought-Resisting Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Di'OTiKht-Resistins Wheat. The Is'ts^ional Agricultural Association I of Queensland has received two interest in?: exhibits of'.wheat in .the ear from Mr A. Hoskins, of Taruida Station, on the Mitchell district. .}\o. 1 parcel Is a sam ple of wheat sown in June, having no rain of any value on it whatever until about 12th October, when Vim fell. Three fourths of the seed Is still in the ground not germinated. Tbis sample germinated at once when sown, owing to it having been deep enough to get the moisture from the early May and late April rains. No. 2 sample was sown at the end of April, and had good rains to bring it up ; in early May. No further rains of any j practical value until it matured in the ■ middle of October. This crop will ave-, rage three bags per acre.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Cows Holding Up Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Cows Holding Up Milk. If the. farmer would realise to what, extent Iclndness to animals pays, let him have to milk a herd of cows that fear their owner because they are constantly being struck or yelled at harshly. Then give him a lot of cows that have been kindly treated (says the "Wisconsin Ag riculturist"). While the holding up of the milk may be due to some trouble with the udder or the teats, nine times ■out of ten it is because the milker is not in harmony with his cows or because there is no regularity in his time of milking. Animals are largely creatures of habit, and i£ not promptly cared for are likely to show some ,, resentment. (Milk each flay at the same hour you milked the day before; , feed regularly each day and water as regularly. Treat the cows with kindness, teach them by regular handling that when you place your hand on them it is in kindness; give them a caressing pat or two each time you pass , them, and you will find they will respond in the only way they can,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Dangers in Cow Buying. SHARP PRACTICES IN SELLING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Dangers in Cow Buying. SHARP PRACTICES IN SELLING ... COWS. Many cows ana heifers change hands all over the country weekly, but secur ing sound cows Is by no means an easy matter. I know some experienced men, too, who have been so often taken in that they can hardly trust their own judgment and no one's word. It reliable and genuine cows are desired and likely to be secured'with certainty, markets are shunned to a considerable extent, and sales on the farm are the only places where it is said perfect animals can be picked up" .Tlio,argument is that all who own superior and flawless cows stick to them. One can. hardly meet a man who has gone often to market for cows who has not time after time been deceived, and this occurs more often than many own to. It is blind teata and udder troubles that are disclosed and developed in calving which are so upsetting. The greater a show a cow makes in fine form, splendid udder,, and general promise in the market, the more suspicious many are of h...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CROP-BOUND FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

CROP-BOUND FOWLS. After feeding on long grass, especially if it is coarse, fowls are apt to become crop-bound. The grass gets over the passage leading to the gizzard, and stops the other food from passing;, which causes irritation at once in the crop. The •bird becomes very thirsty, and drinks much water, thereby making the crop heavy, and the weight of the makes the skin break away from the body.- The organ then falls so that the bottom is lower than the outlet leading Into, the gizzard. When this happens, the trouble , gradually becomes worse, and it is found Impossible to empty the crop. The grass remains in it in the form of a ball for-a week, perhaps, and becomes very' sour and smells badly. Many people give the leaves and sterns of cabbages to their fowls, and, some of the stems being very thick, they cut them in three-cornered pieces. They should be cut up in narrow strips, not thick pieces, because the birds swallow is much larger than the passages leading into the gizzard. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Camphor for Diarrhoea in Calves. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

[ Camphor for Diarrlicea in Calves. j Mr George E. Treffrey writes to the | "Farmers' Advocate" (Canada) on this subject, i\r- follows : — "Some years ago fwe had a great many deaths from this i trouble. We could not get anything to 'help them: Most of them would only be sick for twelve or twenty-four hours, and then we would find' tho'n dead. We employed three different veterinary sur l geons, nil of no use. I had a cousin here from Iowa, where they had had the same trouble and could get no help till some veterinary surgeon discovered that 1 drop (and for the most severe cases 2 drops) of strong camphor, given every hour in a teaspoonful of fresh milk, is a sure cure. Just as soon as you see signs of relief,, stop giving the camphor. I have treated many bad cases of this trouble, and have never lost a calf since. We have used this treatment only on calves that sire a day or two old."

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

Federal j Butchery, Ca.ttowindr&i ALF. Marshall* PROlPRIETOft^ PriciMt Beef and Mutton always on Hand. AWCrBkr >— Mnin 'Strerit, opposite Murray's Produce Store. W. H. HOWARD Fashionable Tailor, OANOWINDEA, His Suits Ht your Bade. ^ His Prltefes fit your packet. y,i testis s uitings aiiva ys a vallable to choose from Fit, style, and Workmanship Guaranteed. Inspection of Sto^k aud Workmanship Uovdially Invited. . \ . ' \ • BUSHELL & CQ3S, Great Sale Is Oyer. We heartily thank our many Cystumsrs -old and nsw—for their liberal support during oar Successful Sale Time. ;—— —>. .(j^- We linve always been on top for surprising valies, atid linve never left there and never will. 0;ir policy, of always giving the iiublic any advantage we may secure in out purchases will still eontinue. Our recent buying o? Autumn and Winter Goods {cnti .jjoititly with other hu■iine.ss) will fnrth'-r firmly establish our reputation of giving most remarkable values. Talk is •cheap, but wh...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Special Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Special Notice. Our rradurs are reminded nf the visit nt an eurlv date of .Mr. W. A. I'aatkc.. the well known Sialic SpeuialMt Cur Aligns and Cnolc, •' 4SI2 George Street, Sydney. This ; specialist is a thorough master of his profession, iind lie is provided with everything jienessary to properly exam, ine the eyes and correctly adjust glasses for all oye defects' or headaches. We also fix a new artificial eye to move exactly as a mi tuinl e/o. Angus' and Cool? enjoys the hijflie t reputation for caroful and skilled attention at lowest, possible charges, and Air. T.inlfe es tablished himself and his firm so tvell on hi* pruvious visits to "Oannivmdra that we feel sure lie will havo a most successful return oil this oeeasHiou.*

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

</'- Stray Pars. Messrs Davis and Reliamv, auc tioneers, Oowra, held a very success ful sale of draught horses at Oowra on February 22»d. About 71) head. light and heavy, wevo ynrdej, but lights did not sell. Ono consignment of six heavy horaes averaged £'t0 l<ls, another of 21 averaged JB32. The highest price given was for a throe year-old filly, £<]8 )(H and the aver age throughout was £30. In his annua) report the Fremnntle Health Officer, Dr. Paget, advises the women to turn thoir attention to domestic cookino: its a moans of com batting the liquor evil, whieh, lie con tended, was largoly attributable to bad cooking A monotonous ditst re sulted in driving men to think. Speaking Jit Gympie, Queensland, the loader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. Pi-dier") said he thought. us tlii New South Wales Government could construct stcatn engines and other things without hfi'ig cojisiflfiK't) so cialists. 'it..might ditf ft few tons of coal out of the ground....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

With reference to our artinlo in] recent issuo concerning '• Pino Grovt farm, occupied b.v Mr. H.il Drow that gentleman desires us to su that most of the improvements refen to, as well ns the introduction of < Xante currant, had been effected pil to his taking up bis residence then' Mr. 0. Archer reports having I on account of Mr. Gh J. Watson J " Springthorpo" property, it- ■ Eugowra district, to Messrs Myriug'aad G 1C Minter. Mr. .T G Derwin, of Onrcnnrl tendf-red a send-off and pres.e»;tef nn illuminated address by tho • of that tmvn nod district, priy | departure for Parkes. A load of 210 bags of wb<j brought iato Cowra railwayf this year. I The marriage took plaeel Methodist Church, Cowra.onp February 20th, of Miss Et^ Oullins, of Bangavoo, and itrick Stuart Walker, of Wj dara. The. cerumony wis if by the Rev. D D Hunter. | In this issue we pubiislj of considerable interest ■ I farmers. Shares in ! tho Canowinl and Refrigerating Gouipif going off well. ■ L...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Death of Mr W. T. Hosie. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

Death of Mr W. T. Hosie. Says Orange " Leader" of 26/2/10 : —We very much regret to have to record the sudden death of an old and estimable resident of the Cadia dis- trict in the person of Mr William   Trewina Hosie, which occurred at his residence, "Carlton," yesterday from         apoplexy. With his three sons he   was putting sheep on some land, and in lifting a pole, he fell backward and expired. Deceased was 56 years of age, and leaves a widow, five sons and 3 daughters to mourn their loss. The deceased, who had resided in the district for a period of about 46 years was very well known and greatly   respected in Orange, where he spent his school days along with Mr W. Tanner, Mr W. N. Moulder, and other well known residents. The funeral took place to-day, the body being in- terred on deceased's own property Mr Frank Ford had charge of the mortuary arrangements. At one time Mr Hosie was ma...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

TTT75 CARS9W5NBRA STAR PUIDAY. MA.ROIT j, 1910. Local and QeneraS. Mr N. Lavurcunho, auctionoor, announces iri our business columns,a caln by auction to-morrow afternoon of the biiIm yards and oorn sbed ut the baolc of Kerr'a Hotel. The local School of Arts Committal? has d»nirlod to instruct the nrohifcflof (Mr .T .T Copeman) to propure spocifi oationB and cull tenders fur the orec tiou .of t'^o brick rooui", to'Ho used for a reading room and library. This will supply a long-felt want. 0Wins: to the heavy wheat frftflic and to the fact thnt no rain has fallen for nnarly a month, the roads abpuf Oauowindra are in a worse condition t'uan they have been for years. In places tho dust is nnarly a foot deep. Some of Mm-town streets are also in a wretched stats. Tho threshing machine has been busy in the LuclfWOP'l district thiB No vmu fell at Ganowfcdm during last month. liishop Dunne, of Bathurst, fld ministered the Sacrament' of Confit'' mation to 43 candidates afc the local It.'). Chu...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Eugowra News. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 4 March 1910

• Eugowra News. \| (From our Correspondent) The weather slill continues hot, and there is 110 appearance of a change. We have had 110 rain for five weeks ; it is wanted badly, as many farmers find it difficult 'to get on with their ploughing, as the ground in many instances is too hard. Many farmers are busily engaged preparing tlieir land for the next crop, 'stubble-living being the order of the day —or rather of the night. MATTERS POMTICAI,. Matters political are very quiet. We had Mr. Tom Brown, M.H.R., here some time aw, but no one since. Evidently we will have all the fun and rhetoric near che close of the campaign. The op posing forces evidently are lying low watcuing for the first move to be taken. Av visit from Mr. J Cook or Mr A Fisher ■ nnqlit arouse them from their lethargy. TOWN RECREATION RESERVE. 1 ■ Some months ago the Eugowra Pro 1 stress Association applied to the Lauds Department for a. portion of the public reserve directly adjoining the local public scliocil, com...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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TAMING A GEYSER. A BATHROOM VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

TAMING A CEYS2R A BATHROOM VICTORY. Fearon is my Aunt Selina's- facto tum. Ko' lends »an air of romantic ;nthusiasm to her somewhat middle lgod estab ishiiicnt. Without him , ;ven Cluiddiu would find it difficult to exist. She would have no-one to ililTor with. It would be stale, ilat, and unprofitable.1. Ho is Irish, a poet, and a masterful spirit. Chaddio and the bright-eyed kit chenniaid, whose name is 131 Ion, have a feud of long standing. Uhaddio de clares Fllen drains her of hot water: Kllcn indignantly complains to my Aunt Selina that "cook doesn't leave enough hot water in them taps to wash rac little finger in—let alone u. whole diiuicr-servicc." Fearon, being appealed to by cither side, replies stolidly that "so long's her honor's ladyship will be soakin' hcrsilf with hot wather before din ner, there'll niver be more'n a sup for wushin'-up—to me sorrow, be it said, that's got to clanc all the glasses in a thimbleful." Then said my Aunt Selina, in de spairing resigvuition a...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Belubula News. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

Eielubula News. I (From our Correspondent). A cricket match between Belubula and Goolngong was played at Goolngong on the 5th inst., and resulted in a win for the visiting team. Following are the scores :— COOI,At;ONG. R Beath, b W E.Mvring 17 W Proctor, st. Crowe, b W Myring... 2 V Duffy, bW E Myring ... ... 53 J Smith, st. Crowe, b S Myring ... 2 J Dillon, b W Myring 8 — Proctor, b W E Myring 15 K McKenzie, b S Myring ... ... 7 Jas. Haydon, b S Myring ... • ... 0 V Hodge, not out ... 3 J Dweer, b S Myring 0 John Haydon, c S Clancy, bWE Myring ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... ... . 1 108 BKMJBULA. J Crowe, lbw, b Beath ... ... ... 0 Leo Crowe, b V Duffy ... 2 W E Myring, c Dwyer, b McKenzie 48 W W Myring, b Proctor ... ... 6 — Hoyles, b Haydon ... ... „ ... 4 A H Pellett, b Haydon ... ... 0 Geo Green, b Haydon... ... 23 S Myring, b Haydon ...' 27 S Clancy, c Haydon, b Beath ... 12 F Chew, b Haydon ... ... ... 0 D Clancy, not out ■ ... 16 Sundries ... 13 145 Nice soaking rain commenced to...

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