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COWRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

COWRA RACES, Cowra A.H.C.B. Society races eventuat ed yesterday in the presence of a laree results • ° ^eoP'e' Following are the Hibernian handicap.-Asthore 1, Van quisher 2, Margalong 3. Trial handicap.—Torniln 1, Larty Cassidy 2, AAV. 3. y St. Patrick's handicap.—Lady Alice 1, Nicetus 2, Aragain 3. Welter haudicap.-Blue Belt 1, Snifter 2. Torutin3. Farewell handicap.-A.W. 1, Recorder 2, Miss Acorn 3. Recorder was first past the post, but a protest was lodged and in consequence the race was awarded to

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Exhibition of Leather. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

An .Exhibition of Leather. \ Towards the end of last year a pro ject was set on foot In Sydney by the "Australian Boot and Shoe Journal" for an annual exhibition of leather and leather goods manufactured, and in the course of manufacture, at the annual Easter show of the Royal Agricultural ■ Society of New South Wales. The pro ject included the provision of a suitable permanent building, designed for and devoted to this purpose solely. Owing ,to certain circumstances, it was not found possible to make the necessary arrangements in time to secure the in auguration of the exhibition at this year's show. A ground plan showing allotments of floor space, was prepared by the editor of the journal, in an in expensive building, of 200ft. x 100ft. It is stated that the architect to the so ciety, on being consulted, was of opin ion that a building of this nature, al lowing for plenty of light and ventila tion, could bo erected of weatherboard on brick and'concrete footings, and with asphalted...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MAIZE EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

A MAIZE EXPERIMENT. A highly valuable and interesting experiment has been carried out at Kurrajong, ilcar Richmond. The results disclose a remarkable in crease due to the application of artificial fertilisers, and should in courage other members to conduct tests on similar lines. A financial return at the rate of fzo 5s. 5d. per acre, due solely to the expen diture of 15s. :3d. on manure, or a net return of £9 10s. 2d., at the market rates of corn ruling at the time of pulling, is certainly worthy of investigation by every corn grower in the State. It should be stated at the outset that the conditions were singularly favourable for getting the best result out of the fertiliser, but even under less fortuitous circumstanccs the ouUay would be more than justified. The soil was loose ancl friable, with shaly subsoil throughout, the elevation being about 900 feet above sea level. The previous treatment of the land was as follows :—Im mediately preceding the corn a well-manured crop of oa...

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 — 18 March 1910

lU.fll.VUJ-1 Atuy The vital trade centre, The arena of ceaseless activity, The unfailing index of. the country's condition The bees that make the honey. The scone of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution, The Farmers' and Growers' best friend.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A New Convent. FOR CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

•*> A New Convent. ' i ■■ : FOR CANOW1NDRA. For Rome time it has been apparent that,owing to Cunowindra's growing importance the Catholics of the dis trict.- would soon be culiod upon to build a new Convent, and tho fact , that a good, season has just been ex porienced ><o doubt induced tho Bishop and the Eov, Father Dorau to put tho propopal into concrete action. The wisdom of so doing was emphas ised on Sunday last, when u most liberal response was made to the apnea] for this worthy object. The 11 o'clock Mass on Sunday morning was celebrated by His Lord ship, the Rt. lie v.. Dr. Dunno. After wards His Lordship gave a discourse ..touching majrilv the proposed object in view ...regarding the promotion of roligious instruction. Eis Lordahip snid :— " I have to address you to-day, dear . Brethren, on the necessity of building ft new Convent, tho plan you might adopt in tho erection of it,, /nx! tho reasons that should induce you to bo generous in your promises of ass...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

DONATIONS. Rev. Father Doi an, assisted.by Mr. T. J. Finn, took a list of those dosir ons of assisting the movemom, and in quick time t.hosum of £863 ht.d been piotnispd. Of this amount £-tOO whs nroinippd by the parish priest. The R,nv. Futhpr Dnran, in mentioning the fact that ho purposed ivinpj this splendid donation, stated tlint it/was orijsinn.ilv- his intention to build out of private funds of his own a church ImH for the benefit < of the young ppoplo, hut on condition that the Con v»nt was to cost not loss fclwn £1000 ho had dfoided to give the amount for this ohjoct. Following is a list of the amounts promisod : — Right Rev Dr. Dunne £51; Father P'Kenn»dv £50 ; Father Dornn<£400 ; T;- J. Finn, E. M. Finn, John and Hubert Power, A. D. Grant, A. $. Grant and Mrs A. J. Grant £20 ouch; Mr George: Marshall £1,5 ; Thomas Broon £!0 10s ; Messrs Thos. Murray, E. J. Ryan, Thos Grant, T. Onllan, H. Thompson^ George Grant, and Alf. •Marshall • £10 each ; T. White...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Californian Thistles. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

California!! Thistles. * The Government, of New. Zealand about eighteen months ago offered a . bonus to the person who would introduce the best and most economical means of eradicating the Californian thistle. A piece of land in North Otago was set aside for the purpose, and commission ers appointed to watch and report upon the experiments. • These commissioners' have now forwarded a report to the Sec retary of the Department of Agriculture, in which they state that the competitors ' were unable to eradicate the thistle, and they do not deem it advisable to recom mend payment in whole or in part to any one of them. In many cases the main roots were destroyed, but branch roots never lost their vitality.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

ler la Wool or Station or Butchers'Profluw iHtJTE, BELL &CO. LIMI7SD fcslre to H»t6 Your Baslnesa. fach Head of the Company a Worker in the tterests of the Xtonetitusnts, \LL AN9 SEE THEN WHEN NEXT ilN TOWH. froceedt Protected fnsst Account': iBank 1.1 Walls, ^al Y/arehto®:: CENTRAL'WHARF fd.vee Stfffss.' CIRGULAfi iJUA-Y 55: 44 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY lighly Important Hearing-out Sale. fluffing: Horses, Cattle, Plant 4103 Furniture. —.^SSRS. 33D. WEAVER 'CO., K? -Tjorbort, in 'conjunction with C.. SijArolier,'Canowindra, has "received; ffatruonions from G. J. Watson, Esq., |j:';$pringfhorpr near Eagowra j$|' 'to sell by Public Auction on nesti ay, March 23 P|" at M a.m., on'the ground— p . Stock. ' j|| Horses ('draught and light). Head of Mised Cattle.; someigood ■milkers. J Bull. I S'l Turkeys-andYl ^Pure-bred 3?lymoth | Rocks. $MJBQ 5,000 SHEEP. Plant. || '(AUto Perfect Order.^ apveflter (Nicholson and Mtfmrh'):; ' I Seed and 'F«<rtilizer 'Drill ; 1 Eeo-per and '...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FARM AND FIELD. Selection of a Stallion. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

[FARM AND FIELD. Selection of a Stallion. "Ih'e selection of a stallion : that will foijm a satisfactory alliance for , his maffes Is a subject that will always- con '.injue to agitato the min'ds of liorso Snjeders. Some people leave this £o chifneo, and, "as the "Live Stock Jour-; nag' points out, if fortunate in the^first; fevf instances are wont to point trium-. phintly to the success of their absence of (method, but it is as certain as anyr thing can be that there-is only one ter , mination toa course of haphazard breed ins, and this is failure. ■; The breeder who selects a .horse for his mare simply because the animal has won some great prize, and totally 'regardless of the ques • tion of pedigree, is courting disaster in the long run; but, provided, that the breeding of the two animals justifies the .cross,' there is far more prospect of a winning sire getting a good foal than of a moderate horse accomplishing the feat.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

M.tT. 'ODDFELLOWS' Fifth Grand Annual -BALL (ADULT AND JUVENILE) —will bt fceld on— 18th and 19lh May. Important to 'Landholders «nd : Land-seekers. MR. t. P. TODHUHTER, Iwnd Agent, ha» now joined the £rm of A. A. TODHUNTE® •& CO., Stook and Station Agents, Cowra. All Crown Land Matters Person ally attended to. LAND COUET ATTENDED. Those Requiring Land *rit« to above Firm. Geo. Marshall, Auctioneer and General Commission Agent, «GAfiOWtNDRA. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED 'ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. Under New Management THE CENTRAL. Refreshment Rooms. D KAJjLXNAN desires to notifytbaf * ie 'has taken over the 'Central Refreshment Kooms, lately conducted hy Mr.-1®. Turley, and'ratend-ato'can duct &«n,ttp-to-daite fees. Ieed Srinln and Ico Cream « Speciality. The Choicest IVuit and Confectionery alwp.ys Stocked. •CALL HERE FOR CHERRIES. Heals at all Hoars, Poison Laid NOTICE is hereby piven that POISON is LAID in l/he Whole'of myptiMoeks A-ny dogs found in my paddocks will be Sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

GOOD SUHL1GH LAUNDRY SOAP ' Wncn you hava proved the value of Sunlight Soap you will be equally satisfied if you try Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and lcitohen sink*. Be on Your Guard Against Fire I,.. . i. MMM—|MinijmuwnBMAW,mHi»nrani"nmjiiMijai by having Hicks' "Ideal " Fire Fighter handy. It is always ready for immediate use, and is strong, powerful and abso lutely reliable. Catalogues Post Free. Also: Hicks' " Ideal " Fumigator, Poison Carts, Pit Traps, Sheep Trou^hing, &c. Tu I|¥f(|ff3 MAKER • JnL« io.JL<oJolO n. botahy Chas. B. PARKER ACWHT, M Pttt •«, Sytfnoy TEL. 2195 CITY. pM^T: THE BEET for all good work vrhero a Hlth-cl»&i Finish hi required. It irlll stand the weather and will not blister, crick, peel oO or fail: HOTEI, MANSION BAYSWATER ROAD THE HIQHE8T AND MOST CONVENIENT POSITION IN SYDNEY ISO Bedrooms (IS Hot and Gold Bathi ( Elootrlo Blovfttor i Eleatrlt Light | Comfortable Publlo Rooms | Hscellont flulslne | Saloon Bu itocked ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

Stray Pars. For the month of Fnbrunry (lie Pnrkos Dairy Company ; trewloil o'2,684 lbs ofc.iontn, producing 115065 of hul.tor, - Suppliers worn paid 9Ad per pound for first class and fi.Vd per lb for.second class; Th» t<>t(iI dis bursements to suppliers ronehed £706. Messrs Davis and Bollniny sold 50 bond of extra heavy draught colts and (illies in the Cowra salevards on the '8th inst. They were the best lot vnrded at Cowra for years, mid Hold at from £19 to £54. The highest price wa» for a brown filly. Thirteen head of 3, 4 arid 6 year old colts in a do from £37 to £46, and averagpd £41 5s, The average for all horses sold was £33 10s. This is the sort of kindly criticism indulged in by a " lady" organizer for the Labour party who is now touring the Western districtsFarmers, orchardists, milk vendors, etc., are the biggest sweaters in Australia, and it is time their farms wero 'taken from them and made Government under takings." Nice reading, this, for the' man on the'...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

THE BUILDING. Mr. Bates, architect, of Forbes, is now preparing the (plans for tlio new Oonvent, which is to be a two-storey briclr builfliner. containing 1 2 rn/>ms, oiich 16ft.' x 14 ft., and ha]I ■ 7ft..' wide. I t will b« eroclwl be\'woen the cliuroh find the school, and the est will be rtboufc £1200, and ^ already nearly £1000 bus been promised towards, de fraying- this amount) so that by the time it is opened --it »nnuld be practic ally free of ht. Ncjedlfes to say, it will bo a handsome (addition to the architectural appearance of the town. ' I

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

"1 HAVE NEVER FOUND THE EQUAL DF THIS MEOSCIKL" A Y/ell-lstiown Writer Writes About KSs Cure. A REMEDY "WHICH REPAIRS THE : LOSS OP TISSUE AFTER FEVER. After a severe attack ol typhoid or tropical fever the constitution takes a long time to recover from the blow-dealt by the disease. All vital organs are weakened, the springs of Ufa love been sapped, energy is lessened) the blood stream is poor, the nervpus system shattered, and life has to bj! granted a new lease. Nature must foe assisted in her battle to regain healthl And there' is ono great blood purifier (and nerve strengtlienor which always hs-.s. a sooth ing, healthful effect upon the. weakened constitution, which should bo in every sink room, Australian home, and travel ler's kit. i .. This letter Is from tho pen of the well-known cosmopolitan journalist, se rial writer. and traveller, Mr. H. P. WICICF '< M. who Is also representative of the Union S.S. Co,'s pictorial maga zine, the "Red Funnel," and written to th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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GENERAL BOOTH. THE JAPANESE VERSION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

GENERAL BOOTH. THE JAPANESE VERSION. .The - "Pall Mall GnsseUe" reproduces'; ilio appended paragraphs I'rom the ' "International Review" of Tokyo, (lie i organ of tho local Nhohosha, or Bureau I of Information:— I "That: world's groat man, that prac- | ileal missionary and that living Gospel | General Booth as a true founder and leader of the famous Salvation Army has paid us a short visit: during last few. weeks. Our country people in all classes offered him their very host wel come, and everywhere ho held a meet ins it was faet that there could hardly left a space of a cat's forehead. "Through night and day lie was kept exceedingly busy to shake hands. While his stay here Mayor Oxnlcl has been ! the chief entertainer. He was invited : to take dinner almost every evening such as in Peer's club, Governor's resi- ! deuce, etc. . . We are not surprised to hear many have been converted aiid j repent tho sin."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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ATHLETIC GIRLS. A FRIENDLY WARNING. FROM JOHN STRANGE WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

ATHLETIC GIRLS. a frtendtjY warning. from john strange WINTER. On 31st July the L.ondon "Daily Mail" commented on the growing disappear ance of dainty hands and feet among ladies, as a result of the modern girl's energetio participation in athletic and outdoor games. On the following day Mrs Stannard (John Strange Winter) wrote to the editor of the same paper as follows:— Sir, — Your article in Wednesday's issue on "L/arger gloves, the result of girl's devotion to games." seems to call for comment from those who are intel ligently watching the tendencies of mo dem manners and customs, and while I do not forget that in the days of an cient Greece (so frequently quoted to the detriment of modern times) women —that is to say, girls—were brought up to be the equals, both in learning and strength, of hoys, I cannot help wonder ing how far the present trend of affairs as regards the sexes will carry us as a nation. I honestly think that it is perfectly Immaterial whether girls take one si...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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LORD CHARLES BERESFORD. A WELL-EARNED APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

! LORD CHARLES BERESFORD-; A wrn-MiAUNEn A P PIlKGl ATI ON. Mr IlallCainc writes us follows 111 tlio London "Daily Mall" of 7Ui August.. : Wo are sea folks ourselves in llie Isle of Man. and the ocean is half the ele- i iiiont of our little race. We think our fishermen are anion.!? the best on the British coast: we believe our lifeboat, men are anions the most courageous; ■we are. sure that our captains are in command of some of the biggest-mer chantmen, and wo are not. ashamed to remember that wc come of the old stock (and still hear some of the names) of the Vikings who sailed the northern seas a thousand years ago. We have i had Manxmen In -the British Navy, too—one at Trafalgar holding Nelson in | his arms when lie breathed his last.; and j if the visit of the Channel Fleet should ; send other Manx lads to serve under the (lag of Nelson's great. successor wo shall he pleased and proud. THE CHANNEL FLEET. We have been glad of this visit of the Channel Kleet. because it has enable...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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BISHOP AND BARMAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

( BISHOP AND BARMAIDS. | The barmaid question was referred to by the Bishop of Londoti at the anni versary meeting of the London United Temperance Council. His views, said Dr Ingram, had been somewhat caricn ' tared. He had never said anything ! against the barmaids themselves as a ! class. He thought it wonderful how well they conducted themselves In the face of nil the temptations they had to face. But. what he said was—Why should these girls lie exposed to ail these; temptations, and bo expected to work through the long hours that their employers exacted? Surely they must all be agreed upon a time-limit. This, lie though!, should be insisted upon in justice alilcc to the Million, to the nub llcnn, and to humanity.— ■"Diilly Mail." ' 1

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SWEET REASONABLENESS. THE OLD SQUIRE'S IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

SWEET REASONABLENESS. THE OLD SQUIRTC'S IDEA. "Some of my critics," -writes Mr A. C. Benson, in the "Cornhill," "say that I want to minimise and melt down the old stern beliefs and principles of ; morality into a kind of nebulous emo . tion. | "They remind me a little of an old | country squire of whom I hare heard. } of the .Tolin Bull type, whose younger ] son, a melancholy and sentimental' I youth, joined'the Church of Rome. His father was determined that this should not: separate them, and asked Mm to come homo and talk it over. He told his eldest son that lie was going to remonstrate with the erring youth in a simple and affectionate way. "The eldest son said that ho hoped his fiithnr wonld do it tactfully and gently, as hi.-! brother was highly sensitive, to which his father replied that he had thought over what he meant to say, aud was going- to be very reasonable. "The young man arrived, and was ushered into the study by his eldest brother. 'Well,' said the squire, 'very gla...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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TORONTO. ITS VIGOROUS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910

TORONTO. ITS VIGOROUS PEOPLE, Mr H. Hamilton Fyfo writes in the London '• .Daily Mail" : Toronto is ncrt in any sense really American. No part of Canada is. The Canadians have moro ballast. They arc not so easily dupod .>y " hot air." Nor do : they dccoivc them selves into thinking that talking is »K good as doing. An American sticks up all round his office little maxims, such as, " JJo it now," '-Am ,1 here for my health 7" " To-morrow neve? comes." Then he lights a cigar, puts his foot on the table, looks round contentedly, and thinks he is very busy. The Canadian works hard aim says liLtlu about it. Ho > shows his good sense also by having no use for the American stylo of newspaper, which can foist any Mo ] upon the* public for a few houns by ] publishing it well displayed across the front page. Nor are there in Camilla yet so many n.ch people itching to attract attention and only able to do so by vulgar display. At the samo time there are threat ening signs. In the King Ed...

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