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Cowra Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

Cowra Jockey Ol u"o. vTlio following nru ihkp lioiniiiiitinns mid' weights': fur lint principal evimtH tn lio run on llip lii'Htvu^aw of ilia Oowra Eiistor MmMinfr:— i liur.unnr.A Handicap. I •Pluyfuir 9 7, Aniifuin 0 2. Ulmli 9.0, Prioi'wonil 9;0, T,npi In 8 7, M.lA 8 7.. Vanquisher 8 .0, Asthoro 8.5; Aniiniioni 8 5- lilu- Hull 7.7, Merveilloury ■>. 1 i2, IFndiiurb 6 10. , 1 Cowha T.O; HANniCAr^ . ' I ' Arnirnin 9.n, Ulrnns 9.3, Mnvfjnlpng 8 9. M K 8.9. "Vanquisher 8 7, Asllfioro 8.7, Amilcnrn ' 8.7, A W 8.0, •TjBiily 7 i3, Miii'vTi'l Tj'nvn 7.10, Re<»)i' ili;v 7.7, Mnrvnilleiiy 7.0'. ' n G»ni'nilrfitri»s «1 oso on SuVifdiPjW 26l.li iMiircl), .nr. 3-p m. v

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANURING OF POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

MANURING OF POTATOES. • It is well known that farmers in general, throughout Australia, have j neglected the use. ol fertilisers, and have been content to take crop after crop off the same unmanurccl ground, often without the help even of reasonable rotations, to the detriment alike of their land and their profit. ' - ; . A rich: virgin country endures, for. a while, this unwise proceeding, but a natural limit to the process is soon reached, and like all abuser, creates troubles which take much expenditure of time arid, money to remedy. . 1 , By degrees, owing to the spread of scientific information arid the demonstration of facts by. various practical experiments, . more at-' tention is being given to the use of fertilisers in maintaining soil fertility and increasing crop production / In order to encourage , this grow ing interest, a number, of field experiments on 'the manuring of potatoes were devised, and carried out in the north-west coastal dis trict of Tasmania, during the s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

The collector Tif All Saints' Church oi England, Cnnnwindra. linn just re ceived tho mini r.f £o 8r <:6d, ns tlio nucleus of fi l>uildii.£i' fund for a Sun day schmil room, which is very much needed. The ]k-ot»1p of Ond«1 hnvo douidod to go on with tlvo erection of n .School-' of Arts building to cost over £800. Mr A W OiuMiov, of Walli, lias sold his farm £8 per acre. Ho in tends leaving. iho distiict. Mvss MoKonr:ip, vrlio hns: :\reen in> chtirsyo of tiro South Bowrii Par'ic school.clnriiijr tlio past "2iV venrs, lina hopn removed to Nyi'.inp Creole, ntifl iinr jil.'ion is taken by Mian Glnucy, vvlio'linils ironi tha Bntluirst district:/ Ilovoked—Bpservo No. 21,V?23, 20 acres, parish 'lVojjorig:, : Boriie Shire/; reserved from sale, No. -lS.O'JS, 41 acres,' parish Toogong, Boroe Shire. ■Mr MWoov, nil organiser fur.-.- the Libornl l'firfy, win' was in Cnnnuin diu during (!io wonlc, Gbited .this vrns llin qniotpsl. plnco in regard to.politics, that lift luid fitniok...

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 — 25 March 1910

G. Mm wmM Br~% |«a SpA I %a jg W 111 i &# £3» #« id K? CJ1 I 4** S * » 8osi%av a We ■ have Just Opened ©air First Shipment ©f Winter Drapery. large stock vf Dresses, Clothing, Flannel, Blousings, Rei0s, Bfamksts, &c. We carry the largest and best assorted stock in the district, and prises to suit aH pockets. T h'jM H3 nB BrWHgMWai j B E H E FINN, Auctioneer, JS & STATION AGENT, Canouindra. t for H. V. McKay's bun shine Machineiy, MAKIN, ^SHRAL CARTER Ivel and sand always] on hand. Iffood and Water In any „ Quantity, I and Sulky for hire always on hand. !\YA1IIN:, CANOWINDBA. DERAIL BAKERY fLL YOUNjii desires to llinnlc the [•uV.lic for /thoifr^npvmis jvatronnge Lrfel jo foinj nmo opening biini 111 rminwinrlrn, nnfl having taken j]ES 'QUICK as a Pnvtner, trusts coutiuuance of tliis support. nejF I ' Honey I _ SALE BY THOMAS MOBBS, 1NYRANG CHEEK. ' ' (S HONEY is sppnratprl from the Pombs by TTi'iipy Extractor, ,y retaining thponpriWinviirnatic Support lives loc...

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 — 25 March 1910

Announcement S NEW BUSINESS GENERAL CARRIER •& FOR WASHING AGENT. _____ A. ^wdss, .and Produce Merchant, CANOWII^DRA.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. CANOWINDRA-GREGRA RAIL WAY. "A DREAM." (To The Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

/ Gorsrespondence. 'cAKO WINDRA. - 'GREGRA. WAY. A DREAM." (To 'The Editor). Piv,—Whether it was the .strong ctvBkio I indulged in for supper, or whether it was that I was particularly' interested in that widely read talei "Rip Van Winkle,1' or that I had| l)G<>n listening to youi enterprising lucril band playing the delicious melodies from the opera, ray mind ipust have been so impressed with one or the -other, or perhaps all combined, i that I exporieuced one of the most •fascinating dreams that mortal ever hiid. I seemed to bo a spcond "Rip Tan," and that I had also boon away I for twenty ywrs, ydt on my return I found my old friends and neigh bours still living, still the same kindly welcome, Htill the sarau homely hospi tality. But, oh! what a wondrous change ! The long wished for railway hud now heea completed about eighteen yoars, the effect of which |md so changed the appearance of the locality' through which it passed that T could hardly recognise where I was....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

Built on the experience gained during 70 years of continuous nvaaufaduring, Lipp Pianos are guaranteed to stand true •as a rocK in any climate. Their tone is bright and clear, and ©/ that ringing quality so greatly admired by all musicians. Their touch is light and responsive, and their <case designs very handsome. We sell these Pianos on Easy Terms, and Catalogues are free for the aaXUng, If you have an old piano, we will taKe it in part payment for a new pias&o. W. H. PALING® Co. . ■ LIMITED •« - — 338 George Street, Sydney. Parkor Studio! , 'NOW OPEN IN CANOWINDRA For a Short Visit only. ((Nest to McDonald's Blacksmith Shop"). 'Don't Delay. - Be Phcitogr&phed | at cnce. 1200 Steward ;®A.IT) by the undersigned for infor 'motion convicting nnv person or •persons tor stealing SHEEP, CATTLE •or HORSES ;from Conomodiue, Eram !bie, or Errowanbang properties, and •belonging to the undersigned. JOHN M. ATKINSON. G. and C. HEBDEN. iCOKOMODINE Tgr Rro tmtit Sheep...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Testing Vitality of Seeds. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

Testing Vitality of Seeds. - v Many of our - readers will bo now arranging for their supjjly of seeds to* next season's crops, ;aml wo ven ture, therefore, to call attention to tho necessity of buyers malting sure that their seed, is of good vitality and free from weeds. A simple test of the vitality cf any farm or . garden seeds can be made as follows :—Place 100 seeils, taken at random from a sample, on a dish of sand, cover from half to o-no inch with, sand,' moisten and keep in a warm place, as behind a kitchen stove, until the sprouts appeax. The -number, of sprouts which appear will give an idea of the perce&tag-o which may be 'expected; to grow. It is ad visable to make more than one tiest, and be guiclod by the average results. A test of this kind is considorori more trustworthy than one in which tho seads are placed in blotting-paper.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eugowra News. (From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

Eugowra News. (From a'CoireKpontlflrit'). Beautiful weather has prevailed since my last report. The grass is growing well since the raiu last week, and good autumn feed is assured. MARKET DAY, The Market Day in aid of the funds of theUocal Church of England, which was postponed from February, will take place on Wednesday, 6th April, on grounds adjourning the Church. Sales of goods, produce and other miscellaneous-articles, together with amusements for young and: old will be the order of the day., com-) wencing'a* 11 a.m. An excellent lun-: cheon -wiK. be provided on . the ground,' the*cliarge for which will be Is. A. strong committee have arraugements well in hand and'A very successful Market Day ■should be the outcome. At'night asocial will'be held in the School of Arts, >also iu aid of the funds of the Church. ST. PATRICK'S DAY-. St. Patrick's Day passed off" without any special celebration, though a -few of; the local sons of Erin toasted their scnti-; ments in Scotch spfeisky...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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UTILITY OF HUMUS AS A SOIL FACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

UTILITY OF HUMUS AS A SOIL FACTOR. "I wish," I might assure you at the outset, writes Mr. A. D. Selby in the "Prairie Farmer," "that we know'all the good offices of humus, and can mea sure and set forth their,effects. The fact is we do not know certainly in how many ways humus may act favorably. Never theless, there are several ways in which it acts. The one foremost consideration in most minds, based upon chemical and manurial composition, is that with its de cay the vegetable matter gives up for use its elements of plant food. While this stands and is undisputed, humus must do a great deal more than this. It must change not only the chemical fac tors but the physical ones as well. The moisture relations of the soil are powerful;? transformed by humus. The interstitial layers of humus in the soil, must intercept the capillary tubes which forms fro conduct soil moisture to the sur face, and there are still other effects. Humus-rich, arable soils may according ly be relied upon to re...

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 — 25 March 1910

Under New Management THE CENTRAL Refreshment Rooms. n HALLINAN desires to notify that he has taken over tho Oontinl Refreshment Room?; Iiifoly conducted by Mr. Q-. Turley, and intends to con duct it on up-tcdate lines. Iced Drinks and lea Cream' a Speciality. The Choicest Print and Confectionery always Stocked. £3" Meals at ail Hours. ATKINSON Saddle and Harness Maker. ALL WORK LOCALLY EXECUTED AND GUARANTEED. -3- Give Him a Trial. Poison Laid NOTICE is hereby jrivon that POISON is LAID in tho whole of my pnddoclcs Any dogs found in my paddocks will bo *hot. V ^ \V. CGBLEY. Winter is Coming ! See our stock of Blankets, Rugs and Qu&Its, French Flannels, Flannelette Blousings, Flannelettes, Flannels, &c. Cosy and Warm. QUALITY THE BEST. PRICE BEDROCK. Boots and Shoes a Speciality. C. L. T. McDonagh, Enterprise Stores. BUSHELL & CP'S. Great Sale is Over. We hesrtiSy thank our many Customers—old and new—for their liberal support during our Successful Sale Time. (...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Stray Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

Stray Pars. The Cowm Municipal Council pro pose to borrow £3000 for street im provements and the erection of sale yards. Tho nearest guesses to the actual . woight of the cow, presented by Mr. R. L. Gilinour, at the ISlaynoy show, wore those of Mr. \VS Clien«y, Walli, nnd Mr. Bode Stapleton, Blayney— 1075 Ihs. each. When dressed tho boast weighed 1071. A dairyman on the Tweed River has a curiosity in tho shape of a cat which drinks tho milk straight from the cow's tedt. Next, please ! Clipped^' from tho iParkns "Ex aminer"':-—"Reeontly a lady pur "chafed an orange in Parkas. It was frosh in appearance, and in every way satisfactory. Oil hrqiihing (ho skin, however, it wus found to contain . eight young orange trees, with loaves and roots quite well defined." Two bullocks exhibited at tho recent Nuwrn show were as mucti alike as two peas. They wore bred and roared together, and whon killed each vi eigh ed exactly 805lb. -•1 The whont harvosl. in Now Zealand ' is estimated at SO'bushe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEEN OF THE SNOWS. A VISIT TO DARJEELING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

QUEEN OF THE SNOWS. I VISIT TO UAKJEELING. Mr W. Maxwell writes in the "Daily Mail"' of 0th- February:— l°ar below, like stars in an azure sky, shone the ilig'hts of Darjeeling. Through a chasm of wind-divided cloud loomed the crest oC Kinchin juuga—a: wan. shadow on which the moonbea.uis lay. In air the strange and beautiful workl there: is nothing to compare with the twelve giants that lift their white arms 20,000.feet to make a throne in the heavens for lvinchinjunga. ' . .. We came to Darjeeling with fear and trembling. In Calcutta it was ■whispered that the. Queen of the Snows was'" in purdah—hidden behind a Veil of mist. But we.had faith, and crossed the broad Ganges and awoke at the foot o£ the mountains, where a sturdy little engine climbed sky ward through:"forests', of fern and plantain arid oak anil bamboo. Pant ing past rhododendrons- thirty foot high, cirding..-itl*%rim- of .jacks-; bowls 3000 feet deep, xe 'reached the none of- the-whitc-IlpweSjed niagnolia and tumbled...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUBMARINE IN COLLISION. STRUCK BY A STEAMER. NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

SUBMARINE IN COLLISION. STRUCK BY A STEAMER. NARROW ESCAPE. A submarine had a narrow escape from disaster off Plymouth on 13th February. According to the "Daily Mail," the officers appointed to the Naval War Course College at Devonport, with the Commander-in-Chief, Sir Lewes Beau mont, and Captain Edgar Lees, inspect ing; captain,of submarines, went into the Channel in the cruiser Theseus to witness an attack on the vessel by submarines'. The attack was to have taken place in ■Whitsand Bay, about four miles from Plymouth, but-had to be abandoned in consequence of rough weather. There were some manoeuvres in Cawsand Bay, nearer Plymouth,, after .which the sub marines returned to tiheir. moorings. : Just inside the ; Sound,; the submarine AD, which •' was~ submerged, "was struck on the starboard' side ofT the conning tower wiiiy considerable force by the Coath, a cargo steamer of Penzance, outward bound. The Coath was un aware of the presence of the submarine, and her captain was thro...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. NAILING A FALSEHOOD. (To The Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

Correspondence. NAILING A FALSEHOOD. (To The Editor). Sir.—In your is«ue of tlie 1 lth inst, a paragiaph is reprinted from the Orange '* Leader" imputing. In.tun the use of language>in regard to 1 boy cotting,' which is totally unjustified. :This originated with the Forhos " Times," who commented on a recent Hpeei'h of mine without reporting ,the speech. ■ I hiive.jmhlirthed a' let.ter. in the Forbes " Times" correcting their BtateniHnts, but 'unfortunately, other papers are c:>ping their comment, hut not my deniil. No doubt the letter hits not Come under vbur notice. —Yours truly, ' J. II. CATT8. Federal offic e, Sydney, *23/3/' 10.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXCHANGE OF ORATORS. CAMBRIDGE AND THE SORBONNE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

EXCHANGE OF ORATOHS. CAMBRIDGE AND THE SORBONNE. The correspondent of the London "Daily News" wrote from Paris on 2nd January:— In the Cafe do la. Paix—the French equivalent for the hub of the Universe —I have been listening to praises of the Cambridge young men who have chal lenged two champions from the Sorbonne to a deb.Ue, a disputation,-as the Uni versity. mon of the Middle Ages would have called it. . The theme chosen is appropriate to the time—May Governments declare war without the consent of the people? In France the President, before declaring war, must have the approval of the Senate and Chamber o£ Deputies. But lie can conclude alliances on his own re sponsibility—the Russian alliance, tor Instance, the precise terms of which are still unknown to the French Parlia ment: ' The two French champions who are going to hold forth before the Cam bridge Union havo seven weeks wherein . to prepare their argumentation. The British young man :nay beat his Gallic brother at athletic...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TROLLOPE DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

HOW TROLLOPE DIED. Anthony Trollopc's death was, it will be remembered, the result of his pro-.i test against an itinerant German baud. 1 He "went into the street, and became | very excited in Ills efforts to send the ; musicians away. A stroke of paralysis followed, from which the novelist never , recovered. A. crusade against noise j would do much to make life more en- j durable to hosts of people in our cities. ! Think of the slamming of doors, the ' shrieks of engine whistles, and ever so many other distractions' to our nerves every hour of the day! "A story that will excite a powerful and healthy interest, and eminently suited for home reading." That is the verdict of exports on "The Weekly Times'" new scjfial to open on Oth Sep.J ; tember. Ml J

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

Vvnen you have proved the value of Sunlight Soap you will be equally satisfied if you toy Monkey Brand for scouring metal, woodwork and kitohen sinka. Be on Your Giiard Against Fire 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 Troughing, &c. Tior WIiHlfO MAKER • JHL® N. BOTANY Chas. B. PARKER AOSHT, It Pitt M>, Sydney TEL. 2195 CITY. the best for dl good work where a Hleh-ci«M Finish is required. It will stand tbo weather tad will not blister, crick, peel og or fade. HOTEL MANSION BAY8WATER ROAD THH HIQHE8T and MOST oonvenient POSITION IN 8YDNEY ISO Bedioomi j IS Hot and Cold Baths j Eleotrlo Blsvator t Eleotrlo Light) Comfortable Pnbllo Rooms) Excellent Ouiolne | Saloon Bur stooked vlth flaast Wines find Spirits | King Btreet Trams—penny aeetion—pass the door. TARIFF: telephohh: eis wm. Bt. £2 iOs. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

f ftom All souhces. Everyone has heard of the enterprising Babu who, in advertising for a post as schoolmaster, described himself as "Failed B.A." Apparently designations of this sort still have a commercial value in India. At any rate, the advertisement columns of tho "Calcutta Gazette" con tain an announcement from the native district engineer of Khulna to the effect that a "plucked B.A., strong in estimat ing and road projects, is required." Ob viously, it is thought In local engineer ing circles that a man who has satisfied the examiners knows too much. "George Egerton" writes, in the London "Daily Mail":—I see little national spi rit in the youth of England. They are more interested in sport, the sport of watching others strive at football and cricket, than in the army and navy of their country. On all questions affect ing the ultimate fate of the nation they are as ignorant as KafHrs. In them is no salvation. It must come, if it Is to come, from the women of England, the. moth...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Belubula News. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 25 March 1910

Belubula News. (/From our Correspondent). rfegret to state that Miss Oissin DuTOy nt prsaont in Orange under goirl®? Ireatinent for a growth in.'tlin mo--4l from which slip has hnnri n sufTover for sorne considorablo time. Wha\ might have boon a verv Reriotm nccidifnt occurred at Mr Pwiiirillv's on 'I'uesfin.y morning. His youngpst son Ohurllip. whilst out after the cows was thiynijfti hpiUily from his horse, sup- I tnijii/ig i dislocated ankle, and u sr.vtt'i-n shutting. Medical attendance iral sfiuaht. and the cbila is progress ■ J well as can b6 cxpected.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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