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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

BILIOUSNESS AND SICK HEADACHE. Caused Chiefly by an Unhealthy Stomach. HOW'EASILY CLEMENTS TONIC CUKES. "Women are often martyrs to sick headache, which has its origin often in mi unhealthy and uncared-for stomach. It may bo classed as a kind of- stomach neuralgia, and the only cure for it Is to keep the stomach healthy, and through It the nervos, heart, ami blood. Stomach is a master all should dread; lipon its perfect notion the life of the body depends. All vital organs which form working parts of the great human machine are affected and controlled by it; therefore, it should be kept in order by the careful selection of good, suitable foods, even us a good machine is kept l!i order by continuous care. Neglect the machine, it refuses to work; neglect ti)e stomach, It does the same. This I'fter from Mrs. FANNY MACPHERSON. of Stockton, Newcastle, who was cured of indigestion and Sielc Headache, and sworn oerorc Mr. w. Ball. J.I'.. Is worth reading:— Every kind of medicine I saw ad v...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Correspondence, [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

Federal Correspondence, Mr T. Brown, M.H.R, furnishes the following copies of Departmental correspondence. Woodstock Post Office Site. Sir,— With reference to your com munication of the 24th January last suggesting that the block of land at Woodstock adjoining that recently purchased by the Commercial Banking Company bo acquired for postal pur* poses, I have the honor to intimate that as Allotment 8 of Section 9, village of Woodstock, is considered suitable in every way as a site for a Post Office, it is not thought advisable to make any change.—I have the honor to be, etc., E J. Young, Deputy Postmaster-General, Sydney. Sir,—With reference to the repre sentations made by you at this office on the 18th February last respecting the selection of a site for a Post Office at Woodstock, I have the honor to inform you that, the District Inspector is lining instructed to again visit Woodstock and furnish a full report on the matter.—I have the honor to be, etc., E. J. Youno, Deputy Post ma...

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 — 11 March 1910

Poison laid RJOIICE is liornby given that POTSON » 'I LAIP 1,10 w,ln1'-> of m.V pii<Moclts Any dogs fouud in my pndduolts will h« BliOt. W. COBLES'.

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 — 11 March 1910

METTERS'WIND MILLS. Our BIW* are TU-lKbte and Modern. Th*y work with ihe s-liyhf^t breeze >nd »ve Feff rcgulatinp: in s!oun«; the hearti-go can be changed with very little trouble, and hi & few minutes. V7rlto u* ymu' requirements, nnrl our Will will n^nd fuM particulars cl* r.7ill and Out 11c Unit y?lit tuit your purpose best. We nml;e nnd eto^l; every need in Hie line— I'nmpi, T.inks rlpinir, Troughs, and can provide Capable Men' (or erecting Outfits if required. METTERS, LI&S1TED, Anstralir.'s Largest Hfumfactanrs of Windmills nnd Stoves, 556-558 6eorgc Street, Spdncp. T|©m Murray, STOCK, STATION, <§• GENERAL • COMMISSION AGENT. CANQW1NDRA. WHEAT Bought in any quantity for GASH. Agent for— Mh«8(*5 Hairis Machinpry, tho Aus tralian Mutual File Insurance Co.; also Dalgety and Co's Oil and Steam Engines, Federal Butchery, Canowindra. ALF. i MARSHALL, PROPRIETOR. Prlmjest Beef and Mutton always on Hand. ADDItEi Main Street, opposite Murray's Produce Stor...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRETTY BONNET. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

A PRETTY BONNET. Sometimes a piece of silk or velvet vs often left from a coat or jacket, provide] it is three-cightli.u of a yard, It will be KUlMoient for a dainty little bonnet, made in three pieces, a horseshoe back, and Hide pieces. The rcvers can be covered with Iaeo or tatting, or embroidered tn ■'Colors with, a tiny heading of fur. An ihti.'r-lininK of soft muBlin should ho put in the crown, and doubled for the rovers. A. yard and a quarter of ribbon is re ciulrod for the strings.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAIES' COLUMN. ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

fttilABIES' COUWW. ONJjY. i iX?a cn,y a bright "Good Morning" That was called from over the way; But it loft Ir« chccrful memory Through n long and weary day. "Twan only a gentle handclasp That was given in sudden mood; "Ut it inadc all earth seem brighter, So that even work was good. 'Tis only a word or a gesture, An act or a thought of ours May prepare for tho.se around us A path of thorns or flowers.

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 — 11 March 1910

HOMELY FAXtli. L,amb Pie.—Required: Two to three pounds of neek'of lamb, a lamb's sweet bread, chopped parsley and mint, pepper and-salt, half a pint of rich frravy, pas try to cover. This is a most delicate dish if carefully prepared. It is equally good made from the neck, loin, or breast. Cut up the meat into neat joint", season with pepper and salt. Parboil the sweet bread, cut it In Dicces, and mix with .Itic-ipc&l. "Scatter chopped parsley and n very little mint over, add a little clear good stock, cover with puff pastry, und bake steadily for one hour and a haK. Beef in Aspic.—Required: Slice.? of cold beef, some capers, half a pint of aspic .idly, pepper and salt, one hard-boiled egg. Trim the slices of cold beef, cut Into square slices, spread seasoning ot pepper, salt and chopped ciipers on with a broadrbladed knife. Lay these sliccs nil a, dish, ; make some aspic jelly, and when nearly'co'ld pour it over them, fill ing the dish. ?Vhen set, dip a knife into hot wate...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
US[?]FUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

TJSSFtJX HINTS. Knives may be brilliantly polished it they art; rubbed with powdered charcoal. 1 -Gwisp. on Wall Paper.—To remove j ffie.-i.so from a papered wall, dip a piece of (Inanel in spirits of wine, gently rub the soiled part over once or twice, and the Kreaw! will disappear. The Removal of Dry Putty.—The dif ficulty iif rijtoovlPg"v>l?" piftVty from a - window y:\'w ]s V-aslly overcoifliig. Heat Iron r<i^_n .soldering iron for ptwfer pass it siowiy over the putCy* thus be rendered'soft, when easily I'.itent leather Shoes.—The i^^thinx Is tin; French harness polish ! '£f\ by saddlers. Hub it thinly on the ^iLher, and then polish the shoes with j/'-a soft woolly cloth. This treatment not ' only produces a good, polish, but it pre vents the leather from cracking. To Save the Wear of Stockings.—Take a new piece of wash leather, and gum it inside the heels of shoes. This will, by preventing friction, save the heels of slot-kings immensely. Mothers of boys and girls...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WASP-MADDENED. A LADY'S LEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

WASJ?-MAD»ENED. A LADY'S Jj/CAI'. Wr.sps have become so numerous* along the Thames that picnic parties mid pedestrians are seriously incon venienced,, thu climax of annoyance being' reached in the case of a you m; woman who (according to the l.oii 1I011 " Express") leaped i'Uo t>he river to avoid their stings. l't is supposed that the wasps along the towputh have come from neighboring estates, where efforts to exterminate them have in many in stances merely dislodged them. A systematic campaign against the in sccts in tho grounds of Sir Charles IDilke, at Doekett j'oint Shepper Lon, resulted in the destruction of no fewer than thirty nests. The discovery that the wasps had migrated to tho towing path.' was made t>y Miss Jercme, daughter of tho stationmaster at Ohertsey, and Miss Aloir. They had cycled lo thu river, and proceeded to walk their machines along the'path. The front wheel of a bicycle wenL over a nest opposite the weir, and thousands of wasps swarmed quickly upon th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FEMALE BURGLAR. HER SAVAGE ACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

MAIiE BUSGtAR. HER SAVAGE ACTIONS. From Paris, on 23rd August, the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph", wrote.— ."■■■•_ Madame Durel, a widow, owner: of n small odd;-- .and ends shop at Vanves. 'ft suburb of'Paris, is now lying: in. hospital at- the point of death, owing to. the^ fear ful injuries inflicted on her by a female bursiar, who tore" her tongue out. The tragedy happened last night. The widow was about to close her shop, when a rather shabbily-dressed woman en tered and asked to be supplied with soap and candies. Madame Durel turned around to get the things required, and she was then seized by the neck from behind by 'the woman, who pulled her down. The widow, an aged person, felt herself powerless in the hands of hev assailant, and shouted for help. As she did so the other pulled out the widow's tongue by the roots. Two male accomplices of the female burglar now entered the shop and rifled it. They took the money in the till, put all the small goods in the place ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAMAS OF POVERTY. A WORTHLESS FATHER. SICK MOTHER STARVING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

DRAMAS OF POVERTY. A WORTHLESS FATHER. SICK MOTHER STARVING. " We cannot hang him under -the present law, but I daresay it would be the best thing we could do." T)r Wynn Wescott, .Coroner, was addressing the jury at an inquest at liethna) Green yesterday (18th Sep tember;. He was referring to John Wiltshire, a cabinet-malier, of Pol lard row, whose two-days-old child had died aniid&t wretched poverty. It was shown that the man was ad dicted to drink, and that he idled about public-houses while his wife and children starved. The dead baby was one of twins, and a neighbor named Pheho Scott ; told a tragic story in describing the i surroundings when the children were boni. Mother and children were absolutely jw'thont clothing o:- food or.liring. The only bedclothing wa-; a (piilt. One baby was d-essed in a towel, and the wilne-;s managed to get clothing for the other. ! There was no food in the house. I Day after day bread alone had been : the food cf the sulTering mother. Had ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SYMPATHISER. A LONDON SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

THE SYMPATHISER. LONDON SXvBTCH. ( Inglls Allen writes -in the London "Daily Mail":— I Oo-oo-oo-ooh . . . . ! J The diminutive boy in the green velvet ! suit, with cap and feather to match, j stands motionless on the pavement out side the little oilshop, his wide-open mouth emitting a Ions, continuous howl. The flaring- High street, only awak ened a few hours since from its day light mood of semi-animate listlessness, is thronged with busy shoppers, few" of whom pay any attention beyond a casual passing glance to tne isolated little figure of woe in . their midst. For my own part, alter watching him for some time, X reflect that the green wooden horse with the yellow skin eruption which he holdsso tightly• clasped to his chest must in tho end prove of soma consolation to him. and turn my gaze upon the baker's shop 011 the left, with I its printed legend, OUR BREAD INVITES ANALYSIS, | a state of affairs to which I think at i tention cannot be called too quickly, f It is while I am me...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUSBANDS' VIEWS AT TWENTY-FIVE AND FORTY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

| HUSBANDS' VIEVyS AT TWENTY-FIVE AND FORTY. Though the. majority of .men when they leu.vo the altar feel with the thrill Qt' the bride's hautf upon thsir' arm that, life is certain to prove omi long course of sheer bliss to' th>m, how very few would come back with that same bride, wcrb;;rc-marriagc a law of the land, after a certain num ber of years, to be- united ovyy again 1 in other words, supposing marriage by lease wore to be introduced to suit the whims or scruples of a sec tion of the community, would not thousands and thousands of couples ugroe to part, after seven, fourteen, or twenty-one! years, not necessarily with bitterness or ranccur in their hearts, nor as a result of heinous faults on one side or both,, but mere. 1,V because they had grown out of one another, become strangers, of divergent views, tired to death of their, mutual society. SUE MAICES TJITO BEST OF HIM. ll'cn take. hcusus for a term t>f years, and leave them for various reasons. Perhaps the neighb...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY MANSION FIRE. GEN. BULLER AS FIREMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

COUNTRY MANSION TIRE. ge>:. bullish as fireman. ! Newton House, near Kxeter, one of tlK most interesting old family mansions in Devonshire, was practically destroyed Ij.v lire on September fih. Fortunately the many valuable pie Lures, pieces of furniture, and other con tents, were saved, chiefly owing to the work of the villagers, assisted by Gene ral Sir Kcdvers Bailor and Sir John Shelley. The house wa-s formerly the property of the late Mr J. Quicke, and is now in the care of the trustee?. General Buller, Sir John Shelley, arid Lord Poltimore. It is tenanted by Mr and Mrs K. H. Quicke and family. At the time of the outbreak Mrs Quicke Willi her son ami a niece, Miss Martin, were, with the exception of the servants, the only ocupants of the house. I.imch was being served when sounds of crackling wort! heard. They appeared to come from the roof of the dining room. Servants were sent to investigate, and I hoy found that a serious lire was raging between the celling; and tilt floo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHILD OF LONDON. A SAD SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

THE CHILD OF LONDON. A SAD SUBJECT. : . When Mr R. B. Bray commenced his sermon at St. Paul's, Covent Garden, re cently, by remarking upon the way in which the mass of workers, owing tq cry ing material needs, looked upon the things, of the present as the' only mat ters of importance, and when he con tinued by showing how a lite made up of so many petty trivialities was like a machine which did nothing but produce food for itself, that, in fact, a man work ed that he might eat and.sleep in order to continue w6rking, it was not imme diately apparent what connection the preacher's discourse-had with the subject of "The Child of the Town," on which he was announced to speak. ■ It became clear, however, when the speaker declared that this state of I things would not be remedied until the children ceased to be neglected. As with the man, so with the child, the things of the immediate present made up his whole life. A child walking- down the street symbolised his own life. 'Dodging a vehi...

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 — 11 March 1910

The vital trade centre. The arena of ceaseless activity. The unfailing index of the country's condition. The bees that make the honey. The scsne of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. Tho Farmers' and Growers' best frien

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAGIC LANTERNS. A WAR OFFICER EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

MAGIC LANTERNS. A TVAR, OFFICE EXPERIMENT. The war Oflige has found that thu magic-lantern plays so large a, part in procuring recruits that a circular memo randum has.been issued to officers com manding at ■■■'home and abroad invit ins units to send 'any photograph's, or films on army subjects which 'Would illustrate the life of a soldier in the army. These are intended to replace the lan tern slides that are now. used for re-. . cruitlng lectures, and which are now re. gardod as obsolete. The slides thus re placed are those which are familiar to the civilian. They represent army types, pictures of soldiers of various corps in their distinctive uniforms. Pictures of soldiers on the line of march, on guard, and at drill have ceased to have any attraction, for the would-be recruit, and it is now intended to. present to the possible soldier that side of army life more likely 'to excite his interest and ambition. ■: Pictures will be preferred that give the. civilian an idea of the life...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVER A PRECIPICE. MINISTER ROLLS A THOUSAND FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

OVER A PRiiOS-PICE. MINISTER ROLLS A THOUSAND 'FEET. '• A. Fort William correspondent teie graphes to the '"Daily News" on'5th April : — Tlie Rev. Mr Robertson, of .(Edinburgh, a prominentmember of the Scottish Mountaineering Club, under-', lvciit a terrible experience while de scending Bon Nevis on Wednesday. The day was a most unsuitable one for climbing, there being an almost con tinuous fail of snow, accompanied by thunder anil lightning; but .'nevertheless Mi' Robertson set out alone to make Hie ascent of the. mountain. He succeeded in reaching the summit in safety, and started 'on the return journey. All went well until lie was near the" edge ot a precipice, and, holding: on with his.ice axe had commenced to negoti ate a dangerous snow slope. Then caniel a vivid flash of lightning, which Mr Robertson thinks must have struck the axe, and., lie was almost immediately precipitated over tlie slope. He calcu lates that lie must hfiye rolled nearly, a thousand feet before his progre...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

THE FLOWER GARDEN. I have been asked to give a few hints on the most suitable manures for roses', to supplement previous directions given respecting the preparation o£ the ground. There is no doubt that many soils have been injured,' as far as the rose is con cerned, by injudicious applications of unsuitable manures. For example, if the soil is naturally hot and dry,, it is not advisable to use soot or guario, as these have a tendency to-dry-the soil yet more, and it is only in stiff and strong soils that they are really beneficial. On soils of the last-named character these two manures are not to be despised. When-planting roses upon light and dry soils it will be better to use some cooling manure, and one that will retain .mois ture. I recommend a mixture of well decayed cow manure and stable manure. If these are thoroughly rotted and turned over a few times, they 'will benefit the soli more, and in a far' more permanent manner, than soot and guano. A little agricultural salt .Inc...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSERVATORY AND POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

■conservatory and pot plants. FThe earliest batch of frees;aa will need a little support as they advance In growth. Insert a ;.neat stick for each, bulb, and those plants which were pot I led first may be taken to a light position. J Give ventilation fteely, and syringe tho k plants twice a day, as they are very li spider. Successive plants should ho kept quite cool,' and must not he allow ed to suffer from the want of moisture. Plants of cyclamen, in all stages of growth, should be placed near to the roof glass, In. a light house or pit. Those which are. coming irtto flower may be given some manure water. Chock green " fly, by frequently fumigating with to bacco. Care must be taken not to make the application too. strong, as the young growths are easily crippled. Early .powering species of aphelandra are now past their best, and should he given but little water At the root. A Ttoezll, the most useful species, may be brought Into (lower in succession, by retarding some of the plants...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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