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The Australian Brewery. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Tihe Brewery,, The Christinas season has been an ex ceptionally busy and lucrative one for this establishment, and the proprietor, Mr.:C. J.. jDerwih, informs• .us that the month of December was a record one. in the matter of output. Mr. Berwin has left no stone unturned in his endeavors to find a market for tlie products of the brewery, and to. bring' the products to as high a state of Excellence as possible he recently engaged' the services of a first class Sydney brewer in the person of Mr. Raymond. That success has. crowned such, effort is, in a way, only a natural sequence, but at: the same time, the busi ness has shown such an increased im provement and the output lias been so much larger that it must be especially gratifying to Mr. Derwin. The aerated water ancl cordial branch of the business has also been well maintained, and the staff at the factory has had an except! jit; ally busy season. Oil New Year'sf®ve; Mr. Derwin marked the event byfieaving 'a substantial cheque at ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIAL MARRIAGES. WOMAN ADVOCATE DENOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

TRIAL MARRIAGES. ' WOMAN ADVOCATIi DI2NOUNCED. The New York correspondent of the London "Daily Mail" states that (in excited discussion has followed the 'suggestIon of "trial marriages," termin able by mutual consent If found unsuit able and in cases where there is no ofl'r "'spring,' contained in -Mrs Elsie Clews Parsons's lxiok, "The Kamily" (des cribed in Friday's "Iicrald.") .Similar suggestions for the improve ment^ marriage have been made many times'before, but the social arirfiritel lectual standing of Mrs Parsons has at tracted a wide and serious attention to her daring suggestion which none of the others ever received. Prominent, ministers of nearly all de nominations throughout the country have made the book the subject of their discourses, denouncing it as an illustra tion of how near modern civilisation is to paganism. Dr. Morgan Dix, preach ing at the fashionable Trinity Church, said that it was the strengthening of the marriage tie, uot the looscijfng of it, which mode...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUFFRAGISTS' RELEASE, MISS MILNE'S WELCOME ON LEAVING HOLLOWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

SUFFRAGISTS' RELEASE, MISS MILNE'S WERCOME ON LEAV ING- HOLLO WAY. At the present moment there are no women suffragists in prison. Miss Alice Milne, the last of the band to be sent to Holloway Gaol, was released at, eight | o'clock yesterday morning. Her sen-:' i tence was a week's imprisonment for , "resisting her . apprehension" after an , attempted demonstration in Old Palace I Yard. • '• - " Outside the prison she was welcomed I by Miss Mansell, and' twenty or thirty members of the Nine Elms branch of the Women's Social • and Political Union. Each woman carried a colored banner, bearing the legend "Votes for Women." Miss Milne was greeted with loud cheers from the waiting suffragists, and alter the usual reunion scenes, the whole party; moved away, two deep, with the ex-pri soner nrnl Miss Mansell as leaders, in tending to march to the offices of th» union in Clement's Inn. They had not gone far when they fell in with Mrs Drummond, making what haste she could in a growler drawn ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPERIAL NAVY. DOINGS OF THE ADMIRALTY, NAVY LEAGUE'S PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

IMPERIAL NAVY. DOJNGS OF THE ADMIRALTY, NAVY LEAGUE'S PROTEST. From Mr H. Seymour Trowcr, chair man of the".■■Executive..'Committee,, and Admiral 13. R. Fremantle, vice-chairman •.of "the Navy League, we have received the following letter:— For various reasons there are strong grounds for grave anxiety.'in regard to our future naval position. Recent state ments in Parliament leave us ill doubt ns to whether the principle of the two Power standard is not In; danger of be ing abandoned. Admiralty Memoranda have become enigmatical utterances, difficult to under stand, and capable of various interpre tations. About two years ago a redis tribution scheme was announced. ' The country was asked to note that at last a scientific organisation of our naval strength, exactly conforming to strategi cal requirements, had been attained. In addition to three large battleship fleets and cruiser squadrons, It was proclaimed that there would be a further powerful Fleet "in commission In reserve," rea...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eugowra News. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Eugowra News. (From our Correspondent) The heat during the past week up to Tuesday was almost unbearable. The thermometer registered over 100 on three occasions. • RAINFALL. Following are the particulars of the rainfall at Evgowra for the past year- in comparison with the previous year :— 190S 1909 pts. pts.' Januar)' ... 269 ..' . 190 Februarv ... 341 .. . 300 March ... ... .■ ■■■ 84 April 183 78 May ............ ... 194 .. . 137 June ... 169 .. . 323 July ... 142 .. 84 August ... 135 .. . 383 September .... .. 268 .. 98 October ...... ...105 .. . 144 November ... .... ao2 .. . 204 December ,,, ... 242 .. 116 : 2150 2141 The average rainfall as shown by the post office records for the past 10 years is about 25 inches. MARRIAGE. On Wednesday morning, the 4th inst., in St. Matthew's Church of England, a marriage was contracted between Miss Ethel Chaumont, eldest daughter of Mrs A Howell, of our township, and Mr. John Garvey, of Coonamble. The wedding breakfast whs partaken of at the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ENVIABLE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

AN ENVIABLE RECORD.   A unique record is held by Cliefden Station, on the Belubula, now owned by Messrs Rothery Bros. This fine pastoral property was acquired by their father in 1832, and for the past 77 years their annual clip has always been consigned direct to London, and   there sold by the same firm. In this long period there has not been a hitch in the smooth working of this method of forwarding and realization until this season, when 40 bales were held up for three weeks at Lyndhurst rail- way station, as a result of the block in the railway traffic caused by the coal strike. This is the first time in the long history of Cliefden that the owners have directly or indirectly been inconvenienced by a strike. It is a matter for satisfaction to them to be able to look back over the 77 years the station has been in existence, and re- view the fact that the working of the property has never been interrupted in the slightest degree by trouble with the sheare...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

Local Topics. Mr. W J Fox advertises that he is prepared to sink wells or repair old ones, Mr, 3 Drummond, of ibe local post office, who has beon away on holi days, returned to Canowindra on Saturday and commenced duties on Monday. Mr. Smith, of Carcoar, who was relieving, took his departure on Monday. Mr. Smith is a most oblige ing officer. Mr. Chas Archer, of this town, who returned a few days ago from a trip down the Lachlan, informs us that it is a treat to see the green paddocks of lucerne on Nanima station (Mr. Paul Wenz's property) at present. A large quantity of this splendid fodder is stacked, some more made into ensilage, and acres of it are ready to cut. It is grown with the aid of irrigation. What lucerne-growing means to a town may be gauged from the fact that although Mr. W Cobley, of " Edgcombe," only has about 1200 acres under lucerne, he employs on an average 10 men all the year round. The same area under wheat or grazing sheep would employ no more than one man. Mr....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] STAR JANUARY 14, 1910. nd General. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 14 January 1910

^^■Vdra star [A.NQ A RY 14, 1910. nd General. Halvorsnn, son of Mr, of this town, recently, .essary examinations for the police force, and has i up duties at the train-' ih Purlrer have up'to the hftsed over 20,000 bag* 'a wheat for delivery'at. he mils for the railway c Uanofindra arrived this week. P^fer Crane, who rpcnntly took e of the Mc.Pliail Hotel, was on a visit to Cnnowindra this Fie states that husiness is up thorn now with the ap '>( the Peak Hill railway Progress Association and rts tnnntintrs lar-sed this nt of a quorum. Only is present. iuav : — Births, For fnber HI :—Births, 82. Idull has boon ad *!gue, the Minister Agriculture, "TiXs approved o£ a cial grunt of £5b ' being made to the Oowra P.A. and II. Association. Prior to the rain this week many of the householders in Grenfoll had to buy water. Mr N Layorcombo, auctioneer, ad vertises two important auction sales of furniture in our business columns. One sale, on account of Mr Bray brook, takes place to-morrow ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. First Sunday in the month—Goola gong 11 a.m. ; Nyrang Creek 3.30 p.m. ; Oanowindra 7.30 p.m. Second Sunday in month—Oano windra 10.30 a.m. (Holy Communion); Woodstook 3.30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Third Sunday in the month—Wood Block 11 a.m. (Holy Communion) ; Walli 2.45 p.m.; Oanowindra 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday in the month— Lock wood 3pm.; Oanowindra 7.30 p.m. Fifth Sunday in the month—Oauo windra 11 a.m., Litany and 8ermon ; Walli 3.30 p.m.; Woodstook 7.30 p.m. Rev. RFMARCHANT.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

—GRAND— PICNIC and SPORTS (In aid of Hall Funds) —wfilifl>held on— RpcRJtA\JOtl RESERVE, Zy Hyrang Crjfek, WED./ 26th JANUARY, 1910. Sports oommence 11 a.m. Luncheon 1 p.m. Tickets 1/ Programmes will appear later. D. MoCAJRRON, Hon. Seo. N.B.—Cool Drinks sold on ground by Committee. Others can have same privilege by paying fee of 10/6 for lame, A MAN'S WONDERFUL LETTER. Hundreds of Living Wit nesses to the Value of A Nerve Remedy. A GLIMPSE OF HOSPITAL LIFE FROM COROWA, N. S.WALES. It is not often the general publio has a chance of reading a letter like the one here published, but it gives a glimpse of human suffering in and out of hospitals. Mr. Patrick Dotvnos was formerly a resident of Corowa, N.S.W., and is now of Rutherglen, Victoria, but ho suffered as few suffer in this world, and after long periods of pain ho cured himself by that great nerve and blood medicine, Clements Tonic. Let everyone read this remarkable letter. Surely all the world should read it, so that humanity...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Commercial. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

Commercial. WOOL. Winchcombe, Carson and Co., Ltd., report under date 14th January, 1910 :—We held our first sale of the New Year yesterday, and met a market the tone of which could not be described as other than buoyant. With the sole exception of wools usually taken for the American market, ail descriptions ruled appre ciably above December prices. The American trade has undergone a serious change, and the outlook from that quarter is not as encouraging as prior to the recess. Extreme prices are paid for Buperfine wools, irrespec tive of condition. Higher values are paid for them that at any time during the season. Crossbreds also are ex periencing the full strength of the market. The demand for these wools is general, And not confined to any section of the trade. The greater part of the catalogue was taken up with farmers and selectors' clips, which included many attractive wools. Condition, howover, is telling and most of the offerings carry a very fair proportion of yolk. Our s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Special Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

Special Notice. Our readers are reminded that Wednesday, February 16th, till noon on Thursday, Feb 17th, are the dates fixed for the visit of Hit. W. A. Taai»fe, the well-known Sight Specialist for Angus and Coi-te, 492 Georiro Street, Sydney. ThiB Bpecialist is a thorough master of his profession, and he is provided wlth-ererything necessary to properly exam, ifae the eyes and correctly adjust glasses for all eye defects or headaohes. Wo also fix a new artificial eye to move exactly as a natural eye. Angus and Coote enjoys the highest reputation for careful and skilled attention at lowest possible charpes, and Mr. Taaffe es tablished himself and his firm so well on his previous visits to Canowindra that we feel sure he will have a most successful return in February 16th and 17th, at Boyd's Victoria Hotel.*

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE SOUP LADLE. A RUSSIAN "CHINOVNIK" STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

THE SOUP LADLE. A RUSSIAN "CHINOVNJK." STOllV. It will probably bo a long time bo fore the Russian chinovnik ceases from clinging like grim death to the red tape traditions that have been handed over to him by his predeces sors. How this bitter reflection alTeot s the otherwise peaceful temper of llie chief cook of the Russian cruiser Ot chakoft may not be at once apparent., but the story is as follows:— From the galley of the Otchakoft one day lust .July the great soup ladle j disappeared, and another one to re-1 | place it was urgently needed. It might have been bought for a shil- j ling or so. but, precedent prescribed j that the regular requisition should be | made out and sent to the superin- j tendent of stores at Sebastopol, j where the vessel was then lying. The I superintendent, on finding the docu- j ment not in the precise form laid j down in the rules, forwarded it to the .Admiralty in St. Petersburg. There it wandered from department to department, and after the lapse o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A Substitute for Socialism. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

A Substitute for Socialism. Mr Frank E Fulsford in an address to the electors of Paddington, said he wan no enemy of unionism, and pro tested against the.idea that the only people who thought seriously about social problems were the men who signed the solidarity pledge, and be lieved in socialism. The old destruc tive methods of unionism could no no longer serve the workers, and the time had come when unionism must be constructive. A small weekly levy on the trade unionist of the State would rapidly accumulate to a vast capital available for oo-operated enter prise. Co-operation was the way for industrial ealvatiofl, and offered unionism a new lease of magnificent usefulness. Socialism could end only iy chaos and tyranny; cooperation ■ offered an immediate instalment of ( V what socialism aimed at. If socialism were possible, co-operation must bt easy, since it approached the problem piecemeal; if co-operation was diffi difficult, socialism was manifestly im possible. Co-operation w...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE HISTORIAN. A COLLECTOR OF LIES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

THE HISTORIAN. A COLLECTOR OF LIES. A venerable old man, with a pen behind his ear and ink on his fingers, went up to the main street of'Human town, calling as he went: "Lies! Any old lies to-day? Biscuits for lies to-day!" He had a basket of sweet wafers, or biscuits, on . one arm, and they were shaped like a' human ear. These he was exchanging for the lies that were very abundant In this' town. Very soon the old : man's bag was full. It was a new tiling to collvct iies, and many jokes were bandied at the expense of the odd old man and his odd occupation. The strange mer chant left the main street,: and a little child had the curiosity- to fol low him. The venerable one turned aside through a door into a beauti ful garden in the vc heart, of the town, and yet quite unknowii. He closed Iho door, but the child peepe l through the keyhole, and saw the old man take the bag of lies and give it a irood shake. There was a com motion and rattling, inside for a time, and the mass seemed to ...

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 — 21 January 1910

Either in W«ol or Station or I Motors' Produce SCHUTE,BELL&CO. LIMITED Desire to Have Your Business. Each Head of the Company a Worker in the interests of the Constituents. CALL AND SEE THEM WHEN NEXT IN TOWN. Proceeds Protected, Trust Account: Bank H. S. Wales. Wool Warehouse: CENTRAL WHARF Produce Stores: CIRCULAR QUAY Offices: 44 BRID6E STREET, SYDNEY

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DINNER EXPERIMENT. A NEW IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

DINNER EXPERIMENT A NEW IDEA. Nita returned to town after o year's absence. "What is the very latest?" sho in quired. '•'Kindly recollect I have only been away a year, so don't class me anion),' the things of the Ark. Book teas had died long before I left Eng land, and head-dross dinners were on the wane; but, if I remember rightly, doggie teas were in full swing. I gave one, and JLady Vi's fox-terrier broke a Dresden china saucer—that's how I'm able to date the craze. My mother-in-law was present, and was perfectly rabid afterwards, saying horrid things about the poor dog gies. They were her gift, you know— the cups and saucers, not the dogs— and Crumples said that if I must in vite my friends' animals to drink out of real china it would have been bet ter not to have asked his mother for that particular afternoon. I know I half-contemplated giving a cat tea a little later on, and asking . . . but I didn't dare tell Crumples so. He thinks it his duty to love his mother." As of old, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

Stray Pars. It ir stated that under the Work men Compensation Act £1-4,500 is pay able to relatives of 115 of the crew of the lost steamer Waratah. . Bombala magistrates have decided that the words ■' you're working points" come under the heading of insulting language. A deposit of 20 square miles of soda has been disoovered on the borders of < Uganda. It is said that the produce of two -paddocks of 40 aores each, atLynd Lurat, realized the amount of £600. A Sydney market report says that '"eggs are firmer." This will be , -learned with extreme apprehension by political candidates. Mr. Robert McMillan, 'Gossip' of the " 8. and 8. Journal," is to be pre sented with a purse of sovereigns prior to his departure for Europe. A post-mortem examination on Miss Martha Kerr, sister of Mr. Kerr, ex M.L.A., of Victoria, showed she was asphyxiated by the tightness of the collar she wore. ! Trundle "Times" tells of an en thusiastic cricketer, Billy Martin, who in order to get away for...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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HE FELT COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

HE PELT COLD. A young lady, staying with a largo country-houso party one Christmas, had been thrilled with delicious hor rors by tales of ghosts and hobgob lins told by certain of her fellow guests. The next morning she appeared at the breakfast-table ready for depar ture, and, when pressed to explain her reason for going, finally confessed that she was afraid to sleep undo that roof another night. She vowod that about midnight she was awak ened by a stealthj' step, and, to her horror, saw a spectre, all in white, at the foot of her bed, which raised its claw-like hand's and actually drew the coverlet away. There was no hallucination about it, for the cover let was gone! While the interest.was at its height, a belated brcakfastcr appeared, and remarked genially: "How cold it was last night!' Knowing that the room next to mine was unoccupied. I took the liberty of helping myself to an extra covering from there!?' Beggs: "My -wife says If l|werc to die she 'would remain a wldoW." Megg...

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The New Forestry Bill. CLAUSES AFFECTING THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 21 January 1910

The New Forestry Bill. CLAUSES AFFECTING THE PUBLIC. On the first of the present month the new Forestry Bill oame into foroe in this State. We have been supplied with the following clauses and regu lations, which are of' great importance to persons engaged ia procuring timber from Crown Lands Section 17. (1) Every person conduct ing a sawmill for the sawing or treatment of timber shall obtain a license in respect to same, and shall keep the prescribed books and make the prescribed returns. Section 17. (5) \ny person conducting a sawmill whether as owner, lessee, or otherwise without hold ing a license, and any such person who fails to keep and exhibit on demand the prescribed book and records, or fails to make the pre scribed returns shall be liable to a penalty of £50. Regulation 1. The license fee for a sawmill is £1 per annum. Section 21. (I) No trees on any Grown lands shall be ringbarkod unless a ringbarking permit has first been obtained from the Minister. Section 21. (3) Pena...

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