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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

Stray Pars. V. Wpna Wesicott, at the Green Coroner's Court recently rStohrl®^ : " A large number of wotnei in Bethnal Green, do not know their lusbnndrt' names. They marry "Dill" and there it ends." If ' Bill' ■ doesft know his wife's name he does her ttmper. Tiers is au old saying that pigs are "eiher all money or a!! ruufole." Jue; now the pig seems to be mostly money. Dry rot - in gate-pnBt, outhouses, joists and beams may be chocked by equal proportions of salt and chloride of zinc, 1001b of each to 3501b of » * j On valuable onclosed land it never pays to keep a cow for a whole year jfor the eake of producing and feeding a calf, unless it be for pure-bred stock i or prize-wir.ning purposes. The French Minister for Finance is imposing a tax of ten per cent, upon admission to racecourses. The tax Will produce £40,000 annually. A large number of donfh adders are infesting the Singleton district. No fewer than eight, one measuring over 2ft., were killed at Doyle's Creek last week. ...

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

FEDERAL BAKERY iJKEJ'L YOUNG -desires 't" thnnk tiie • jiiil.lie for Iho generous .putronage -extended '-to >lmn since opening-busi niPBH in OHiiowindra, nnd -having taloMi «Mr. LES QUICK ns a Partner, trusts: Sor'ft coutiiruanutj-of this support. D. CHESHER, JWEWSACEWT, ETC., EUCOWRA, V Agent fur the " Cunowindra ' :Sf«iv"'and is also authorized 'to reoeive- orders -for Advertising ••and Job Printing. Note.—New type faces have been nnstulled at the Star Office, where Ihigh-diasB iptiinfcing is executed at-city trntcts. ' ©rubbing' To Let. .JtBO-UT K)b ncies Grubbing to Let bv Comp/ict / AvfTply— E. 'G. OV/KEfelELD, \\ / Bangar. Poison Laid NOTICE is hereby given that POISON is LAID in the whole of my paddocks Auy doge fount! in my paddueks will bo shot. W. COBLEY. . . -oft »iilisti,.ioe consisting •: iiiinnnil fibres, which • in I'i'ery direction, and • .a mmilier of minute air • :• •» i-niH! aiinply. 1),v directing . . ii stream of molton a,y, • ■ il>«; bast- is inad&amp...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EDITOR'S SCRAP BOOK. Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

THE EDITOB & SCRAP Interesting Gleanings from Various Sources. \ In fi/ly years the average height dl British ®en tas risen an inch, to oft. SJin.y • • • \ His possible to go round the worldaild tor"l> 1 '« British territory all tli« wity—vizi, tiuiil England to Halifax (Nova Scotin),\acrosi Canada to Vancouver, across the Pacific tc Hong-Kong, thence to Singapore, I'eu.ui;,', CupuTown, St. Helena, and lingland. \; Ii has lieeti shown by analysis that » young person weighing i.VHbs, is cnmpOM <1 of 'JUlb. of water, 3ilis of white of egg, a little less than lib. of pure glue, 34Jib.--f fat, 8Jlb. of phosphate of lime, lib. of boiiate of lime, Ho/., of sugar and atari 7oz. of fluoride of oalcuim, Ooz. of phosphn of magnesia, and a little ordinary table sh^.i Think of it, young man ! That beauliisd ' young lady whom you worship as a pillar nt unadulterated sweetness doesn 't contain 3. / of sugar! • • • The largest map in the world is the Old ■ nnuce Survey map of...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Member's Work. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

Member's Work. Tlie^v""- T- Wuddell, M L A. foi Helubula, received the following .i;]iiy from th*i>'i>ui)lie Works Depart ment'in regard t<\a r«quost by the moo employed ou <Mie Cowra-Cano windra line for payrnim 'i'.Joi- certain holidays, which he recently 'proflOntod, nn their behalf to his colleague, Minister for Public Works :—Sir,— Inferring to the letter presented bj' von from Mr Harrio Robiriwon, Cam. windra. a*kiug that thnmenemployed mi the Cowra-Canowindrn. railway linn bo paid f»r certain holidays, Christiana Day, Iioxiug Day, New Year's Day, and Anniversary Day, I hfiva by direction to inform you tho bulk of (he men knocked off work on their own account ou 21 Ht arid 22nd Decem ber and did not returu agtiia until •fannary, making a break in their >.nnployiu.ent of nearly two w«eks, which covered the period of the/ holi day« in question. In regard to Anniversary Pay,, tho gangs started work this year on January -1th, and had, therefore, not ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Appeal Court. (Before Mr Curry (President) and Messrs Brandis and Houston (Commissioners). RESERVED DECISIONS. IN RE MULLAMPY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

Land Appeal Court. (B»fore Mr Curry (President) and Messrs Brandis and Houston (Com missioners). RESERVED DECISIONS. In Re Mullampy. . Reference by Crown Land Board fur direction an to the issue of the final certificate in respect of Thomas Francis Mullampy's original condi tional purchase, 1909-13, Cowra. Thn point at issue was whether a homestead selector who converted his selection into a conditional purchase should bo debited with his period of non-residence, notwithstanding the forfeiture incurred by reason of auch non-residence was waived by the Minister. The Court decided that the law which governed the matter was section 3 (sub-section 30) of the Act of 1908, and was very similar to section 30 of the Act of 1895. The Court dirocted the Lund .Hoard that the waiver of forfeiture by the Minister was not a lawful exemption within the mnaning of section 3 of the Act of 1908, anil that the final certificate could not at present ii»ue. Mr Commissioner BrandiR dissented, as he thoug...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cranbury. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

Cranbury. (From our Correspondent) February passed without ft shower to lay the dust. The duat in conse quence proved very disagreeable to tfamstwia ongagpcl carting wheat. A numhor of farmers hnvo finished forwarding wheat., but some still have a few hunarod bn(»s to deliver. A vary nw;c«nsliil trial of a now style of dine plough was made thn other day in Mr A W Swnnsbra'.s paddock. The plough was a Massay Banis four furrow due, and.gave every satisfaction to about twenty farmers who mustered up to sue the test. The hum of tho thrpohinp; machine an now be heard in the district, and returns are up to pxppctntions. We rnprpt to Innrn that Mrs Arm ■ong, of Ohpron, dauuhtprof Mr W mmes of Oranhurv. hat contracted A. Tho husband has boon nt; with it. for thp ln«t month, l"s wifo and brothor liavt tho Bathurst hospital 1 are that they may h» railway league is mi bury ou tho 12th

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

THE AMERICAN APPLE CROP. A correspondent, writing in flic "Times," London, on 7th September,gave some interesting particulars of an apple census which has been t a Icon in the Uni ted States. Ho said "There are now 200,000,000 fruiting apple trees in America -anil the industry is still being extended each year. Orchards are being planted at a rapid rate in California, Washing ton, and Oregon. This season the Ameri can -apple shippers announce that they will send between 4,000,000 and 4,500,000 bushels of apples from their ports, the bulk of which are to come to Great Bri tain. Tons of the Colorado Newtown Pippins will be sent Into Covent Garden market, especially during the Christ mas season. . A well-known firm of fruit-brokers has secured a very largo quantity of tin? largest and flrtest apples of their class from this centum, una Lhey will all come to London all Christmas time, These giant fruits will be packed in one bushel boxes, and iV is estimated that the London buyers wi\ r...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

Sack Speciaiis Smith's arc true Specialists. They devote all their tinio anil talents to New and Second-hand Saeks. That's why you can't beat 'em for New or Once-used Chaff Bags, New or Once-used Wheat Sacks, or Potato Sacks either in the large 4 Bushel Size or the small stan dard size. So settle your Sack Sorrows by sending your order to T. Smith & Co., Ltd. Sussex Street, Sydney. THE MACRAE COMPANY, KARKEX WHARF, SYDNEY Auctioneers and General (Commission Agents. The Largest Stock of Prime Oaten and Wheaten Chaff, Corn, Bran, Pollard, Oats, Wheat and Straw always on hand at lowest possible prices. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. Ship all your MAIZE, HAY, OATS, CHAFF and DAIRY PRODUCE to GROWERS ROWLEY WALKER COMMISSION AGENT, &c., SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY Who will roturn you Top Market Price and r«ndar Prorrmt Account 8»1oe TRY 2.73 Sussex Street, Sydney WITH THE HANDLING OF YOUR PRODUCE ON CONSIGNMENT Every possible attention and Prompt Returns FARMERS and PROD...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

King and Sussex Streets, Sydney, Who are Expert Salesmen, and Personally Supervise all Consignmefl BAGS AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. PROMPT RETURNS. C0NS PRODUeE, Eggs, Butter, Bacon, <2h< Potatoes, Onions, Wheat, Chaff and also Poultrl Foley Bros. Ltd., SYDNEY^ (Established 1860) DAILY AUCTION SALES AT REDFERN TO SECURE TOP MARKET RATES Consign yourj hay CHAFF Hindi G£N£iB.Ar< PRODj DENT & PERRY, 151 Sussex SALES PERSONALLY CONDUCTED AT REDFERN DAILY. HIQHEST PRIOES. IMMEOIAT IF YOU WANT BEST V/ILTJES Consign your Pij{s and Pi C. n HAM & BACON CUipi 382 SUS

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THE [?]NG RID OF DURGAN. [?]'ES WINTHROP SARGENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

KG RID OF DURGAN. j 'ES WINTIiROP SARGENT.; "iwat-* — But18"1 again?" laughed Treston, m TlirWp the stops. 'Twai/" repeated Colville. " 'Again' But some interruption. Durgan has So-'ascd to be a thorn In my flesh >T|;3 noved in here." Ar/ers do not seem to bo of much ^J'this case," chuckled Treston, us k hands, ''la Edith Inside?" ic library," replied Stephen Col g0I. "But, look here, .Tim, do you sup Oftoji'hat you can do anything-? I've jt thousands through Curtis to oust SU(T,an, and it does no good. You as if you might be better at the "VVhat's in It?" asked Treston. "Fifty thousand," Wits the prompt re sponse. ■ . "That's not the fee Curtis Balrd was working Tor," suggested Treston. "I should be worth as much." For a moment Colville hesitated. It had been his ambition ever since Edith had been born to unite the Baird and Col ville families and fortunes through the girl's marriage to Curtis Baird. The two fathers had been chums when they were both young men, and there had exi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LINKS WITH THE PAST "THE LIVING SIGN." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

LINKS WITH THE PAST " TJ-IJS Jjl. VINO SIGN." What is probably Uic most curious tavern .sign in England is to i>u found at Grantham, in .Lincolnshire. The house is called " The Living Sign," because the latter is a large elm troe containing a hive of bees in its branches in full work. A locul poet long ago memorialised the sign and the famous spire of Grantham Church in verse thus :— Stop, traveller, slop! 'rills wondrous sign ex plore, And say when tliou hast viewed it o'er aud o'er:— "Grantham, two rarities are thine, A lofty .steeple and a living sign." Legend has it that it was untie this elm true thai Oliver Cromwell held a council after fighting the lirsl/ action of the Civil War. This took place at Grantham, Cromwell with only his own regiment defeating twenty-four iruops of the King's horse, ('olonel CavtNidisn, who Look (_!rant ham from llie J'arliannsntarinns in J0-M2, and demolished iLs fortifica tions, is also reputed to have made " The Living Sign" his headquarters. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARNED IN COURT. WIFE INTERRUPTS EVIDENCE. SECRET MARRIAGE SEQUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

WARNED m COURT. WIFE INTERRUPTS EVIDENCE. SECRET MARRIAGE SEQUEL. There wore painful scenes in th^ Divorce Court v.'hon the pe.'ltion >vns heurd o£ Dr. David Stacey, ot Islinglon. who, wiien a medical student, had secretly married a bairmat rt. The co respondent was Mr George Barring-ton, described as a music hull artist, now in South Africa. During the opening statement of coun sel Mrs Stacey repeatedly interrupted. It was with the greatest difliculty tJiut she could be kepc quiet by iter motlier, who was silting beside her. She alleged that there had boon "bribery" in the case. His .Lordship said she was only pre judicing her case by these interrup tions. Mrs Stacey (banging the desk in front of her) : My husband is a wicked man. J J Is Lordship : Don't be violent. I: makes me think that you arc a violent wotnu n. Counsel read letters which Mrs S.fi auy !;ad ivriUen to the co-respojiden; making appointments. They were signed in her maiden name of Gilders. Some ended "Your lovin...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE SILENCED SINGER. A GOOD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

THE SILENCED SINGER. GOOD STORY. There has been a story told of our of. the world's great vocalists singing as a young girl at a private house. She was overwhelmed with praise. By and by an elderly la<ly congratulated her on the way she had sung, but ventured to offer one or two suggestions. The young singer treated the hints i with scorn, and afterwards asked the ■ hostess who "the old lady" was who | dared to give her suggestions. "Oh, , that was .Ma:lnme Gold Schmidt," replied : the lady. "And who is Madame Gold schmidt?" was the next impatient query, i "Well, she's better known as Jenny j Lind," said, the hostess. j And then the singer blushed for i shame at her disdainful reception of hints from the "Swedish Nightingale."— j "Dally News."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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BRITISH COMMERCE IN WAR. RESULTS OF MANOEUVRES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

BRITISH COMMERCE IN WAR. RESULTS OF MANOEUVRES. The Report on the Noval Manoeuvres I of 1906, which were o£ exceptional inter ( est from the fact that in them a hostile J fleet.of weak force (Blue) attacked Brit- ' , Ish shipping (Red), which was defended by i a powerful Red lleet, has been issued. ! It takes the form of a Blue-book of 156 j pases, illustrated by three plans. j The general result of Blue's attack on J commerce is summed up thus: Out of ! ninety-four sailings between 24th Juno j nnd 2nd July fifty-two vessels were cap- > lured; or »5 per cent, of the total trade represented. But this heavy percentage of captures is in some degree explained [ by the small number of merchant vessels taking part In the exercises, so that the number of vessels available to represent the trade of Britain did not bear a fair proportion to the number of hostile ships attacking that trade. The Admiralty holds that "the actual percentage of loss is misleading, and affords little or no basi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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GETTING EVEN. DENISON AND SAUNDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

GETTING EVEN. DKNISON" AND SAUN.DE.RSON. j Louis Llecke writes in the " Wcst ltiinKter Gazette" •— Tom Denison, the South Sea-super cargo (who was really a kiudl.\-heart ed go°d young man), iiad at last, after some years of pleasant and tin-, pleasant remembrances end associa tions with his firm, sent in his ie Kignation, and somewhat hurned.y 'left their employment—all on account of Saiimlerson. Saunderson was a member of the firm, and was also travelling inspec to-* ■ of their South Sea Island busi ness, and was always a thorn in the side of their skippers and super cargoes, because ho was such a teiri ble ass and was always saying or doing things that brought about dis aster to everyone—and , particularly to liimseir. Every, year or so ho made a tour of inspection of the various tradii g stations in the Paci fic to examine the traders' accounts, with the result that bo managed to exasperate everybody, white and native. missionaries and beach combers, and naval officers of all nat...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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"WHERE ACTORS DISAGREE!" [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

"WHERE ACTORS DISAGREE!" The medical profession Is not the only one whoso lending lights often' profess .absolutely'contrary views on a giyeu lioint relating to "their metier. Mine. ' . llejane was asked the other day -what were her impressions when before' the footlights. The celebrated comedienne replied: "When I laugh or cry on, the .stage, you can' bo quite sure that my tears and my laughter, are real. One j can only interpret well what one feels i oneself. For instance, no one but a mother can properly play . a. mother's ' role." 'But 'llo\v/ll8t^^',trt'.!^1lrit'"Col)'l^>.. 'lin., ;..tliei. jteffifig of Vj/''ench . playgoers, lias to say on-the safi\i-> subject: "You can't be a great actor Ym'oss .vou are Uihlp-.lo. e.-rnress^at^ will sentiments that V \ . '' vnn' mnv . 3c h you' may, ie — emotions [might prevent | Mounet-Sully ypinion. wheii l'l", lotelligemv ,/ortance."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE FRENCH MANOEUVRES. MIMIC WAR. DISREGARD OF SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

THE FRENCH MANOEUVRES. MIMIC WAK. DISREGARD OF .S<VFT:,Tlr. The Japanese (wrote the special correspondent of t.ho " Daily ilnil" on <lth September) set t'ae ,fashioi> of Homeric combats' prolonged over several days, anil the army on; the Oise has been following their ex ample, but even in . mimic war soldiers must rest. , Wo linve had ah interlude to-day, and all shall have: a truce to-mor c'ow. 'Flu; interlude "-'had no' part in the general scheme, and was played by two divisions of infantry and one division of cavalry in the neighbor hood of lietz—a- red-roofed ha mint set among wooded hills on the banks of the Oise. - , The purpose of (! eneral Slichel was to bring into contact two 'infantry divisions, and to 'practise them in the art of war at close quarters. One division, reinforced by a brigade of cavalry, advanced in two columns from Ci-'opy and Vauciennes—the base of a triangle, of wihich lietz is the apex—anil was opposed by another division with a ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Death of Mrs Glazier [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

Death of Mrs Glazier On Sunday, 27th February, all that was mortal of one of the very oldest, best known, and most highly respected old ladies in the West was laid to rest in the Toogong cemetery, beside her husband (Mr James Glazier), who had pre-deceased her by 16 years. Although the old   lady had reached an advanced age (81 years), almost up to a few months of her end, she managed and conducted the Murga hotel. Here with her husband, the late Mrs Glazier started business in 1880, having previously been in the hotel business in Bathurst and Canowindra. The late Mrs Glaziar was born on the Nepean, near Parramatta, on April 20, 1829. There she became acquainted with Mr Glazier, to whom, at the age of 18 years, she was married. For years Mr Glazier followed the occupation of carrier. When he came to reside on the Lachlan while carrying, he also went in for stock raising close to Mr Jones's station,   "Cadow," below Forbes, having for neighbors the Stricklan...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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REORIEVED AT LAST. FRAU BLOEMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

EEFS.IEVEB AT X.AST. KiiAi; in:/hosiers. A correspondent 'of " Express" wrote from T'orlin on 27th August:— • 'I'hi? Berlin " Post" announces this eveniiig that the deathsentence on •Frail Bloomers has been commuted lo imprisonment for life. She was sentenced itpnrlv fight months ago Tor participation in the murder of Lieut.-Colonel 'lions: but the execution was delayed as-she had a child in prison. The ease lias' been much "discussed", in Gcrmanv. many persons urging that the woman's sentence should lip modified. Colonel Rons wis a distinguished oflicer of the (.icnerul Sta!T. v. ht> 1 i V'l in the same house as t'lie I'lo-mer-; family. It «-as supposed that iio had u preat (leal of money about him. , Frau I'l lemers proposed to her hus band and brother-in-law that, they should murder the colonel. They made a disturbance in the cellar on the night of 2;"itlV October. 1905, which brought Colonel Roos down to investigate. They nitacled him in Lhe darkness with clubs and axes, and ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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MATRIMONY AND SPORT. THE ARDENT BRIDEGROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 11 March 1910

MATRIMONY AND SPORT. TJ-1K AHDRNT BJUDEG ROOM. .Arthur .Dawson, n member of the famous Blackburn Hovers' football loam unci one of the best, batsmen in the Lancashire Cricket' League,'does not intend to allow liiatrimony to inlwi'ei'e with sport. Directly after coming out of tlio church in which Jirt and l.i.s '.iriue—n pyetty young school teacher—had been made one, Dawson, whose aver age for his club was ;33.04, clonivd j flannels and 'ployed for the Rislvton team, while his bride looked on and was torn with conflicting emotions. She was, of course, anxious that her husband's average should not be decreased, but at the. same time there was the possibility that if he got well set and made- a century. lhey might lose the train on which they were tc depart for their honey moon-.. However, Kishton won their match in time, and Arthur '.Dawson and his bride went away happy. . But this is not the whele story of Arthur .Dawson's devotion to's|>orl. and his club. Me liacl only been hoiic...

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