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An Opportunity. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
4 Opportunity. An opjWtunity for the residents of Cano windra Jp obtain themo-t skilful Eyo Treat ment iiWififoi-ded hy thp lobular visits of Mr. W. A.Mr* a l'pu, Sight Specialist for Angus & Cnont,|j492 Geonje-strwt, Sydney. This Expert fta* iron distinction for a new e.vn which Ms fits to move exactly like a natural eyo, wd ho carries the latest and best appliances to teat the right and correct all dofcctvinf the eye--. Mr TaafFe will lie at Boyd'if^,rictoria Hotel or. Tuesday, April IOth till Hoofe on AVednc^ilay, April 20th, so suffarer.s"|(i'oiii uny form of eye t rouble should not. misH nLis clianco of getting the most skilful oyo\ireutmeut at lowest Sydney 'cliiu'goi. \
WHO SHALL KEEP BEES? [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
WHO SHALL KEEP BEES ? . It is not so very long since it was said that anybody can Keep bees. That was true, but it is not now. Times and conditions have changed. The unfitted bee-keepers will have to yield and give way to the more fit, just as small manu facturing concerns, illy located and with out the power, machinery, and the brains to run ■ them, have to give way to the larger and stronger ones. The bee-" keeper who gets out oC the old rut? travelled by his grandfathers, and ad justs himself to present' conditions, is wise: He must,, keep pace with the times, and to do' this he must think, study, and read. He must adopt new methods and apply them. To such a j bee-keeper success may be assured.
Correspondence. (To The Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Correspondence. (To The Editor). Sir,—In your issue of the 11th inst 1 hare read with pleasure your re marks relating to the adrisability of the Boree Shire employing an Engineer on its own. With your permission, Mr Editor, through your columns I will endeavor to point out the reason why the ratepayers of Boree or any shire will be better serv ed by having nn engineer of their own. But before dr.ing no I must fcubmit our Councillors to some criticism, by infnrmining thetn that they are weak kneed; and I will chow your renders why such is my opinion. 1 have sent several petitions to the Boree Khire Council to have certain important road work done, and whether funds are available or not one will get a Teply that the woi k in question is referred to the engineer for report. To my way of thinking the engineer rules ' our council. In bny council the Coun cillors should direct where public money is to-be spent, and the duty of the engineer is to see that the work is faithfully carried out...
THE AQUIDABAN WRECK. THREE ADMIRALS LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
THE AQTJIDABAN WRECK. , THREE ADMIRALS LOST. i The "Daily Mail" of 13th February wrote:— The explosion which sank the Brazili an ironclad Aquidaban on the night o£ 1st January in the Bay of Jacueeanga "was a terribly dramatic disaster, briefly reported by cablegrams on the 22nd and 23rd; and all the supplemental details | that are ever likely to become known are contained in a letter received yesterday from the "Daily Mail" correspondent at I Rio de Janeiro. ' , The accident took place at 10.45 p.m. . The night was pitch black, not a star showing. Many distinguished officers who - were on board were seated at a table conversing about official ceremonial plans for the morrow when they were interrupted by a tremendous explosion and a great column of fire and smoke, followed by several minor explosions of shells and other ammunition. In four minutes the.waters of the bay had closed over the doomed ironclad. Throe Rear-Admirals — Graca, Roeha, and Brazil; five captains, over thirty juni...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
SHARE FARMING, "THREE HUNDRED (a6o> Acn Wheat Land to let 0/ buo Kul APPly // C e; l. s!jearV / Bangaro Boree Shire Council, C> Estimates of Proposed Expenditure and Probable RecV. Financial Year Ending 31st Day of December, 19j MOTIOE is hereby .given that tiie Council of the Sliiro of Bore! ' tlm undermentioned Estimates to be prepaid in accords provisions of Section 142 of the Local Government Amendment A' : EXPENDITURE. • I Administrative Expenses— £ s. d. President's Allowance .. ., .. 50 0 0 Councillors'Expenses .. .. .. 110 .0 0 Salaries—Clerks, Engineer, Sanitary Inspectors and Auditor , .. .. ,. 650 0 0 Bent ot Offices, Lighting,. Firing and Cleaning .. .. ... ., 40 0 0 Stationery, Books, Printing and Advertising 75 0 0 Bank chaiges £6 ; Telephony Postage, and Tiilegnnus, £45 .. .. .. 61 0 0 Legal" Expensed £-5, Sundries £50 .. 75 0 0 Pounds .. .. .. .. .. 25 0 0 Amounts required to complete Unfinished Contracts .. .. .. ... C58 7 4 Maintenance uietal and gravel Ridin...
"THE JACOBITES' CHURCH." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
"THE JACOBITES' CHURCH," St. Margaret Pattens,,the City church where the. "Jacobites" have been hold ing their annual service, has a sadly prosaic title,for such a romantic reunion. The name (writes the "Westminster Ga zette") comes from the noisy "pattens" used by our ancestresses on wet days, "which aforetime were sold" in adjoin ing Rood-lane, but now linger only in Arcady. A noted former rector of St. ■ Margaret's was Dr. Birch, ^vho, in the : opinion of that t competent critic Dr. Johnson, "had moj;e anecdotes than any man." This fine "Wr^n church possesses, among other art treasures, a small but beautifully executed Work of the seven teenth century Roman painter, Carlo Maratti. \ , I . . ^ . Joan of Arc as a heroine is not to be compared wltb the lady who will lend her beautiful silent-ninniug electric coune to 'convey the tionioy-lianclcd in an ISaat Eiul cous'tltvjbncy • to .tbo poll, and can think.of a sueep lolling on her srey silk cushions without a shudder.— "The Sketch....
Temperature of the Soil. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Temperature of the Soil. The teniperatuie ol' the soil no less than its moisture, antl chemical consti tuents, exercise an influence on its crop growing capacity. Among the advan tages'derived from the use of farmyard manure is the warmth it imparts to the soil, as well as the increased retention of moisture. A series o£ useful experi ments have recently been carried out with the view o£ ascertaining the dif ference of the temperature in cultivated and uncultivated soils. The results in dicate that ploughing and fallowing pro mote a more rapid exchange of tempera ture. Both the rise and fall of tempera ture were found to oe considerably greater in the ploughed and mellowed soil than in the unploughed land, the difference between the mean tempera tures of the two during the summer weather reaching: two degrees and be tween the extreme maximum tempera ture five and more degrees. On the other hand, the minimum temperatures were lower on ploughed land ' than on un ploughed by almost one...
HISTORIC IMPORTANCE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
HISTORIC IMPORTANCE OF WHEAT. Wheat, since the earliest' j;&lt;ariod to which history reaches, has always been accounted the most valuable grain of the culmiferous tribe, hence all improve ments which repeat its culture are of greater importance to the husbandman than those which relate to other grain. The fertility of this grain is even greater than that of any other. Pliny, who lived in the first century A.D., mentions some instances of fertility which are too remarkable to be omitted. "Nothing," says that celebrated writer, "is more fruitful than wheat (which is the chief support of mankind), for, with a bushel, 150 have been produced; and the procu rator sent to Augustus one grain which h/ul~4Q0 stems, and another was sent to "Nero which had 350." Though we have not in our day such instances of produc tiveness, yet it would appear that the taste or appetite of mankind for wheat bread continues lo be similar to what it was in Pliny's days, and assuredly no other article o...
Boree Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Boree Shire Council. The usunl monthly meeting of the Borae Shire Council wan held at the Shire office, Cudal, on Tuesday, t Stl» itiKt. There were present:—Ontin cillora T. J. Finn (Piesideut), C. Whitm^e, N. W. Kiter J. T. Noble, and J. W. Hamilton. Shirt* Engineer Grncie hImu in attendance. The minutes of the previous meet ing were rpud and confirmed. The credit balance stood at £1,222 3d 3d. CoHttRHroNDENOK. From A. P. G-uvin (valuer) re total value of nil lit ml in tin) shire, which was estimated at £612,274, or au increase of £161,383 on the old valuation. The Valuer was allowed £40 for the first year. A report wan received from the Shire Clerk re Eugowm sanitary ser vice, and asking that something be done re collection of sanitary fees at that place. Also a report stating that le jjiad tukeu upon himself to fix the 'jUt^tt ro the coining election. ^ Lt was proposed by Councilor Wliit.iuoo, and socjnded by Councillor Hamilton, that the clerk's action be "nfl'prscd, which was c...
THE "MAMMOTH" AIR LIFT PUMP. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
THE "MAMMOTH" AIR LIFT PUMP. The "Mammoth" air liCt putnp. a con trivance which is particularly suitable Tor raising- large quantities of water from artesian and other deep weljs, has just been placed on the market in England. It is gen erally agreed tliat pumping machinery of this class is the most efficient as re gards ability to raise from a well of given size the maxi mum volume of water, and the "Mammoth" appa ratus appears to possess certain fea tures of a very ad vantageous nature as compared with the .ordinary class of air lift pumps. Tile plant com prises an air com pressor, steam or power driven, 'an air reservoir, an air pipe project ins down the well to a patented footpiece, which joins . on to the delivery pipe, which last projects upwards to the delivery orifice and downwards ;ilinost to the bottom of the bore-hole. Air, compressed to the re squired degree for the particular lift, is conducted to the patent footpiece, where it mingles with the water, and the re ' sulta...
Eugowra News (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Eugowra ftSssvs (From our Correspondent). Nice rain commenced to fall last Fri day night, and continued steadily till Sunday morning, 150 points being regis tered. For some days previous to the rain strong easterly winds prevailed, at times reaching hurricane force and almost smothered the town in dust. Ploughing operations will now be proceeded with, and largely increased areas will be put under cultivation this vear. F. & S. CARNIVAL. The committee to control the forth coming F. and S. Carnival has been elect ed, and the,nominations for the position of committeemen were fairly numerous. [The carnival last year was a great success, and judging by the interest that was taken in the election of officers our next carnival will surely be more successful than any previously held. I CRICKET. After an interval of some week's a couple of challenges have been received for the ' Eugowra Cup,' these being from the Forbes juniors and the Forbes C.C. The challenge from the first named c...
THE BEEKEEPER PONNEN CROWDED COMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
I THE BEEKEEPER POIiliHW CROWDED COMBS, Various are the reasons why bees do . badly in certain cases; it may be that they have a poor queen, 'or'they may be in a weak "condition early in the year. , They may suffer from disease, dysentery, I or foul brood; they breed slowly because , of the scarcity of,stores in the combs, | but how often do we hear that it is want . of empty cells that is the positive cause | 'of really slow progress, even while urg j ing the bees while feeling." ; Want of cells — that is, empty cells— ' anight be considered due solely to the combs being filled with honey, but' it is j not so. in most cases, if the queen j is wanting, empty cells when laying in , ! earnest, it is because the combs contain too much pollen or bee-bread. The bee-bread the bees must, have in : the spring, when brooding commences, 1 it i.T not to be ' obtained then from the flowers. They, draw their supplies from the surplus which they stored away the previous autumn. On returning from ...
F. & S. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
F. & S. ASSOCIATiOfl. ] The usual monthly meeting of th« above was held on Saturday last.. Present: Messrs J Boyd (in the cliair), V Blatchford, Joe Jones, J Cook, E J Ryan and H J Thompson (hon. secretary). The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. A good deal of correspondence was read, but it was chiefly of an un important nature. A circular communication was read from the Under-Secretary, Department of Agriculture (Mr H 0 L Andornon). who has issued an appeal for contri butions to tin* ' Farrer ' Fund, which was inaugurated with the object of creating some appropriate memorial of the late William Fnrrer,. whose work as a wheat experimentalist has achi"vi?d a world-wide , fame. . Mr Ander.son points out that the committee appointed to control the fnnd are anxious to invest the money perman ently, so that the interest may go to Avards u bursury fcr some farmer'* sou or other hid showing special apti tude .for'"experimental work with wheat, to enable him, first t...
THE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
TTTE CANOWINDRA STAR FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910. Local and General. Mr T Murray reports having Hold on account of Mr Joh Jones bin well known property, 'Sunburn,' at Ny ran^ Creok, containing 278 acres, the purchaser being: Mr Rentlny, of Reidy Creek, near Cudal. This 'property Law beon in the possession of Mr Jones for thb pant 88 years. Thn Boree Shire council has in creased the clerk's salary to £4 per week. 'Lady Alice won the principal rnco at Grenfell last Friday. The Cpeping handicap was won by P Hayden'a ' Asthore. A notice appears in thin inane re the Easter holidays observed by the local stores. The Blayney show, held 03 Tuesday and Wednesday ln«t, was officially opened on Wednesday by the Hon T Waddell. About 5000 people were presont. At the smoke concert at night over £90 was colloctcd ou be half of the society. On "Wednesday next Messrs Weaver . and Oo (Forbes), in conjunction with Mr 0 ~R Archor (f!niiowindia), will sell at' Sprinpthorp,' near Eugowra, horses, cattle, shee...
Defective Vision. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Defective Vision. p?'crr,ro'friu"kti™ ,"f Mr E Bosoh. F.&.M.C, tho jiucoussfitl ,m,iH„ltln|f Optioiaii of .Martin Placo and Pitt, Street, Svd noy, will again visit Canowindr.i on a date to bo announced, mid m.iv be seen at the Victoria Hotel, from 10 a.m." to 5 p m All and sundry who suffer with Headache' Insomnia, AvoNon to Light. Eyestrain, or Juilmg Sight of nny kind should call and have their eyes examined and glasses nmdo to order by this reliable Optician. Mr Bosch s work is well and favorably know,, thioujrhout the district, and the reliability ofhis work can betentifiod to by his numerous and grateful cheuta. oua