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LORD CURSONS RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
[ LORD CURZON'S RESIGNATION. It can never bo sakl that Lord Curzon succeeded in making himself popular in India. He always gave proof of an ex treme severity of manner which... niaile him many enemies. He regardedhlv>-' "self as a Pro-Consul rather:-than as ttfe representative of Groat Britain. It has just been seen that lie abandoned Ihe Viceroyalty rather than share his niilho rity. -"LE Petit Parislen," Paris. ; In order .to' save her father's wheat from rnin - by an impending storm, the , daughter of a Kansas far mer oflerocl to the three harvest hands who stored the most wheat., prizes of three lusses, one kiss, unci one hug. The wheat was saved. A " German : daily paper .publishes- an editorial' announcement that in future two of its.daily editions will lic prlnli'tl In ink which will not Injure any meat or butter which housewives uiay wt'iip in the paper. -
Shire Valuations. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Shire Valuations. The Valuer for Boree Shire (Mr Percy Gavin) has finished valuing the land within the shire, and supplied same to the council. Following is the valuation for each riding:— A riding, £152,435; B riding, £1«3,513; 0 riding, £163,>6 18:; tot;.al, £612,274. The total unimproved value upon which rates were levied previously was- £450,891, With a j rate of 1 Jd in the £ this wifJ make an increase in revenue of £833 Ma \to the shire, irrespective o'f subsidy. I
Grenfell Races. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Grenfell Races. ) following ate ttio results of thf ell H.A.O.B. races, which were jn Friday last:— Opening Handicap—8 fur. ^ydon's g m Astfaore, 7.5 .. 1 Gfrogan'e b g Ptayfair, 9.12. „ 2 eston's Moornette, 7.0 .. 8 Oner started at 3 to 1. Won , Time, 1.17 4-51 ha. Trial Stakes. jwering's Minoru, 1.13 ,, 1 ddle's A.W., 9.7 .. . 2 mean's IoIanth,7.8 ., 3 nner started at 2to 1. Won by! fth. Time, 1.1'®. trick's ©ay Handicap—1m TSyds: ifber't Otho, 6:9 . . .. l' ddle'V Lady Alice, 7.8 ,, 2 ■owri's Wood Clueou, 7.12 .... 8 ly fcliTee started. ttingn Even money Otho, 2 to 1. Alice, 4 to 1 Wood Queen. j ter a fusilnng had 'been traversed > went to the front ;and -carried on j running until well up 'to the ght, where Lady Alic« tackled and beat him 'home 'by two ths. Time, '1.51 J. Hibernian Handicap—tf far. [rowri's Bhie Belt, 7;2 .... 1' reflton's Moorn«tte,;f6.I2 . . 2 rford'Green'a Me^ifleB, 7-12 . .. 8 me,'I,I8 1 i i Farewell Handicap—7 'fur, leydori's Asthore, 9.5.. .. . 1 Boweri...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Wedding. A quite wedding took place at Saviour's Church, Redfern, on Wed- nesday, March 9th, when Mr F. E. Craven, of " Glenhurst," Lockwood, &nbsp; was married to Helen, second daughter of Mr John Whitworth, of Sydney. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. B. MacLean. A full report will appear later. A Presentation. A pleasant social gathering took place at Thompson's hotel, Cargo, on Wednes- day evening last, when the members of the Cargo Rifle Club presented Mr Joe Mayne, who took a prominent interest in the club since its formation, with a beautiful silver cup, appropriately in- scribed. Regret was expressed that he was leaving the district, but was assured that he will carry with him the best wishes for his future happiness and prosperity.
AERATION AND COOLING OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
aeration And cooling milk. By PROFESSOR H. H. DEAN, ON TARIO AGRICULTURAL COL LEGE, , CANADA. By aeration of milk wo understand the exposing of milk to air, of the forc ing of air into milk. The theory of the practice is that tile oxygen of the air purifies or improves the milk and at the same time gases or volatile oils which are in the milk are enabled to pass away. It is true that if the air to which the milk is exposed or which is forced into the milk is perfectly pure, the result, undoubtedly, is an improve ment in the flavor and physical quality of the milk. But in many cases the air is not pure and that often as much harm as good is done. Now to my mind for a man to aerate milk in a cowyard is one of the worst things ho could possibly do. I speak from experience. We have milked our cows in a yard, which, I think, is kept a good deal cleaner than the average yard. We have put the aerator over the fence, milked the cows, and have let the milk run down over the aerator. The resu...
Building and Construction. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 18 March 1910
Building and Construction. During the last few months the building trade at Oacowindra has been fairly brisk, and is likely to bo for some time. Mr R. Joyce has at present under construction a two-storoy brick hotel containing about 20 rooms, for jlr Kerr; brick offices on the corner of his own property next his workshop and timber yard; also ail iron building for a blacksmith's shop in Eyall-street. Mr Wright is just putting the finishing touches on a beautiful concrete building for Mr A. H. Grant in liyull-street, which is to be used as a boarding house by Mrs Kirkland. This is certainly one of the finest buildings yet erected in I Canowindra. Mr W. Goodacre has , almost completed a concrete residence ( for Mr Solomons in Blatchford-street, and has also commenced to erect in the same street a concrete residouoe for Mr J. J. I3remi. Mr Tee has made a start with the erection of a new flour mill near the railway line. Amongst the buildings to be shortly erected are :—The now Convent ...
HAVOC OF AN EARTHQUAKE. TOWN SWALLOWED BY THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
HAVOC OF AN EARTHQUAKE. TOWN SWALLOWED BY THE SEA. From Santiago, Chili, a correspondent of the London "Dally Mail" wrote, on 14th February:— A telegram received here from Guaya quil says : "Telegrams from Tumaco (Colombia) and Esmerald&s report an earthquake, accompanied by a rising of the sea. Houses were wrecked, and many of the inhabitants were killed or Injured. "The small Colombian port of Boca Grande has been swallowed up by the sea. At Tiirtiaco eighteen shocks were If el'.. and terrible scenes^Lere witnessed am ting the panlc-strickJB»)opt^tIon."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
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A CAMBRIDGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
A CAMBRIDGE STORY. The late Master of Corpus, writes the ! "Westminster Gazette," and his family were all well known in Cambridge. Of I his brother the Bishop of Worcester. I who died some years ago, a famous! Cambridge story is told. After he re-1 signed his See, he went back to live in Cambridge, being then quite an old man. j Among the well-known residents in! Cambridge was Sir George Humphrey,! who was a contemporary with the'] Bishop, and was famed for his youthful; appearance, one day the Bishop wa.s' taking his walks abroad, when he saw ; walking past him an alert figure that.; reminded him of days gone by. Manag-i ing to put on a little extra pace, he I caught up Sir George, and, laying Ms hand on his arm, said, "You will.excuse j me, but I think I knew your father." j Humphrey turned round, and recognis-1 ing Perowne, said,, "I am my father," much to the good Bishop's astonishment, j —-i i
WANTED IN ENGLAND. A LABOR NEWSPAPER. FUNDS NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
WANTED IN ENGLAJJD. A LABOR NEWSPAPER. FUNDS NEEDED. . A note of jubilation over the Labor successes at the general election runs through tlie annual report to the'annual conference of the Labor Representation Committee at the Memorial Hall, Far rington street. "The Labor Party, which had but four members In the outgoing Parlia ment,'.' says the report, "put fifty can didates Into the field aucl comes back to the new House of Commons -with twenty-nine elected members. Sud denly politicians of all parties realise that a new factor in politics has ap peared; that organised labor as a poli tical force is already a menace to the easy-going gentlemen of the old school, who have slumbered for so long on the green benches of St. Stephen's. "Everybody is asking, 'What does it all mean? What does the Labor Party want? What will it do?' The answer to these questions will in due time be given Organised labor has at last realised its power, and has learned how to use it." The committee point ou...
Road Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
K©ac§ fvlaehSnery. At tlio Inst mooting of the Boreo Sliiio Council Mr Gnice, Shire.-.Engi neer, presented a report rolntivn to road-making maeliinorj', c.ud from 8iimo wo extract tin; following ■ Gentlemen,—X have the honor to re-, port on the question which has been sub-/ mitted to me as to the advisability of procuring certain road machinery for tlie use of ihe shire. In order to extend the informal ion which I already, possessed on. the subject, and to study practical; work-, inij conditions in adjacent sliires, which present somewhat analogous'v features, I visited the towns of Forbes and Orange, which are the centres of the nearest shires' which have road-mating mac hinery in operation. At both" places.,! was afforded full opportunity for seeing the plants at. work, of seeing the road construction, repairs, etc., which have been carried out therewith,. and for. investigating the costs of work by these methods. The Mitchall.'Shire' lately acquired a fairly complete plant, and f...
K'LLING NO MURDER. A DOCTOR'S STATEMENT. PATIENT POISONED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
K'LLiNG NO tVlUROER. | A DOCTOR'S STATEMENT. PATIENT POISONED. From New York, on '26th January, | the correspondent of the London, "Express" wrote:— • Dr Keanpstor, one. of America's most famous specialists on mental diseases, has created a sensation by an admission that ho oncc killed a patient to end her suffering., . " The doctor has made the confession in expressing his approval of the Billl ■ which is being considered by the Ohio Legislature to permit medical men to take the life of incurables. • . This Bill has been promoted by Miss Helen Hail, of Cincinnati, who, stated that her action was dictated 1 by the suffering of her mother from a disease from which she could never recover. . • ' Dr Kempster says .'that, lie once. . gave an overdose of morphine to the wife of a New York colonel, who was dying from burns. She had attempted suicide, and was enduring- terrible pain. As there was no possible hope of saving her life, Dr Kempster-. says he ordered a local / practitioner . wh...
An Opportunity. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
Ars .OBspor^unltyo'.K . An opportunity for tho residents of C:wo windra to 6bt.ii.in iho most skilful Eve Treat ment is n[Vo'.'.-lrd by 1hn regular visits of Slit ■>V. A. Taafpk, Sight Specialist for A.vous & Oootb, -'IU2 Gcor'go-sfcvuot, Sydney. Thi.? Espsrfc lias troii distinction for u' now eyo • which lie fits to tuovo exactly iil;e ;v nistiim; eye, '.and ho curries (ho latest .niul .bsttfc : appliances to test tlie sight aiid eori'SBu nil defects »f the uyos. Mr Tanifo will lirf at. Boyd's Victoria TXtitel or. Tuesday, Ajiril lUt ill) noon on "Wednesday, April 20th, i liulFcrora from any form of cyo'tronblc shouk not. ini.SK this chauuo of gettia;,* tho mo. skilful eys treatment at lowest: Sydtie;. charges.
ASSUAN AS A WINTER'S RESORT. THE BOATMEN'S WHOOP OF VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
ASSTTAN AS A WINTER'S RESORT. THE BOATMEN'S WHOOP OF VICTORY. The season at Assuan can already be prognosticated as a highly successful one (writes a correspondent of the "Pall Mall Gazette"), and rarely have the hotels been so full at such an early date. Assuan is an ideal spot for spending the winter. There is no place in Egypt to compare with.it. Cairo, of late years, has got too cold. Helouan is delightful for invalids and for those who come only for desert; scenery, but after a time the 4>tace and its surround ings pall on one, 'and one longs for some resort where every other person does not pour out on one a list of his or her paius and ills, and where every other table in the diningroom is the bearer of bottles and unmistakable rectangular, labels. Luxor is another charming spot, and here Egyptologists and antiquarians crowd together, and by the result of their labor attract the majority of the folk who come to the land of the Pharaohs. But one and all of tiie.se resorts l...
WHERE DANISH KINGS REST. CATHEDRAL OF ROESKILDE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
WHEKE DANISH KINGS REST. CATHEDRAL OF ROESKILDE. The lnte King ot Denmark will be buried ill the ancient cathedral o£ Ros kilde, or Roeskilde—one of the most in teresting edifices in Denmark. From a description of it given in the "Scotsman" we learn that It dates back to the • first introduction of Christianity into Den mark, to those days when the old Vik ings were but slowly .and reluctantly forsaking the warship of Odin. For about nine centuries it has been the re gular burial-place of Danish monarclis, princes, and princesses; and from the monuments within its walls it would almost be possible to frame a chrono logical table of the Royal line of Den mark. Roeskilde Cathedral might not unfitly be styled the Westminster Abbey of the Danish nation. A SLEEPY HOLLOW. Roeskilde at one time in its history was a place of considerable size and importance. There was, it is said/ twenty-seven churches within Its walls, and as many convents, while its popula tion is stated as about 100,000....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
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SOUTH AFRICA. THE BLACK DANGER. MISCHIEVOUS MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
I SOUTH AFRICA. I — THE BJJACK DANGER. MISCHIEVOUS MISSIONARIES. Air .Stanley Portal Hyatt writes in the "Daily Mail" of l'lth Febru ary:— The recent outbreak among the Zulus in Natal can have come as a surprise to no one who liaa followed the developments of the African native question through the last ten years. Since 1894, when Lobengula, the last independent chief south' of the Zambesi,- was driven out by the Chartered Company, . a complete change has taken place in the rela tions between tho white men and the aborigines. Tho tribal system, which formerly meant the division of the sub-continent between a score of mu tually hostile clans, received its death blow when the once powerful Alatabeli' kingdom fell. The war which ended in the occupation of Buluwayo was tho last which could ever be waged between a purely bar barous people and the forces of civi lisation in South Africa. The days of looting, burning, and murdering merely from the lust of destruction were gone for over; un...
DOOMED. STRANGE STORY OF SIR REGINALD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
DOOMED. STRANGE STORY OF SIR REG t NA.LD. By PHILLIPS OPPENIIKTM. Calcutta, November 13.—I have had an adventure to-day. I was riding back here from Tom Sadler's place, j ; -where a low of u.s have been stopping sincc last Thursday, when I came upon a young lady in distress. She had been trying to ford a swollen stream, and her rnaro, a leggy, our-: row-chested bruLe, hud pretty nearly; come to grief. It was a close thing, and no mistake. They'd have been down the stream, anyhow, in anolher i . minute, and I doubt if the great ; brute wouldn't have dragged her iiii- ' der even if she had been able to swim. Of course, I managed to pull ! her out, and found her not much the worse for her ducking. I took her • home, as she reully wasn't lit to go alone, but I'm thankful to say that I : escaped the parental blessing. The , old gentileman—he's a tea-planter— was out, anil 1 pleaded regimental duties as an excuse for hurrying off. l':--omiscd to' cull first opportunity. November 20.—I can...
Cargo. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
Cargo. (lVroin our OnrrHsponrlent.) woat.hor ' lrts lifiBiv . exr periBiiceVl herw since tho l^iat rains. Tlw n;ru»]s is'growing rapidly, and at pi'BHniit fchore i.» ovpry prospect of good fur tlia win'or. | ■ : ■ • HislioA Dunno, of Batlmrxt,, was in Cargo In.sjt week ami on Fi\idav • ad mi nisioroil tho Siicnimant of G'onfirma tion to utiliiuf snvi>ntnijn children. Mr 0 \AII»n, lata' public ^ school tfnolior hill'?, has i)n«n appointed to tlin \Valli |Viiblic school. Mr P Tiia niins has beltui uppoiuted successor . to Mr All.-n. \ ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910
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