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THREE SISTERS. AGGREGATE AGES, 283 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

THREE SISTERS. AGGREGATE; AGES. 283 YEARS. ; There • are very rew families in llw land who can boust of a record simi lar tp thaipossessed by the Misses Alexander, who reside a,t Eckington Villa, London road, Keigato: • Three, sisters live" together, and ; their respective ages make an aggro gate of 283 years. The oldest is 102, and her sisters; are 92 and 89 respectively. Miss Mary Alexander,'the elder sis ter, is unfortunately rather deaf. -Whilst waiting for a train at Dorking Station a few years ago the whistle of an engine affected the drum of the ear. The other two ladies. Miss E, and Miss S. A; Alexander, have all tlveiv faculties' and can read, write, sew, etc., without the aid of specta cles. Miss Mary can only knit and read with the use of glasses. She is very. fond..of/reading.. . The- ladies, who arc in good'hoattft. attribute tlieir great age to the fact that they have lived a very quiet and temperate life. They have been abstainers over 65 years, and have never had any...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEASONABLE HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

SEASONABLE HINTS. ■ Do not keep ducks and fowls together in the-same yard. They, are liable to soil the drinking.water, and are always better to be enclosed in separate pens or yards, v ■ ., ■ . Turn over the* soil. In. the poultry runs, with either'-plough, fork or spade. Ex- ' posure to the rays of- the sun will sweeten the ground, and destroy germs of disease. " . .. .. . I Exposure to the sun and heat will not only injure the plumage o£ a fowl, but it will also sap the vitality of the bird, , and injure it for egg-production or .table j purposes. . . . j Tick-proof perches are the best means of keeping these pests from poultry. They ; are inexpensive andieasily fixed, and are ; useful for the prevention of all vermin I peculiar to poultry. - . I In selecting eggs for early hatching, be careful not to include those from pullets. • They are generally undersized, and even if the chickens come out they are certain i to be weak and of little ;value. . j Vermin will often cause poultr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PACKING HONEY FOR TRANSIT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

PACKING HONEY FOR TR ANSIT.: The young bee-keeper, when sending his first super of prize money to the local show,1 is apt to get it crushed almost to a pulp on .the railway during transit (writes the "Journal of Horticulture.") This is not only irritating, but profitless, and altogether unsatisfactory. The re gular exhibitor will purchase travelling, spring'crates, which'may:at first appear expensive, but eventually are economical; but if it. is a matter of expenditure only, there are many who could save them selves annoyance If they would, only adopt one of the Scotch methods of pack ing, by which exhibits may be sent safely from. show, to show without fear'of breakages. The sections are packed round with a layer of wadding between two sheets of notepaper, and a thin board is fastened with a couple of elastic bands over all. This affords ample pro tection to the surface of the combs,' and where the bees have elongated one side of the section, or not filled in the middle hand-thresh...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land News. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

Land ftlews. The following applications [confiicf ing) Iiavw boon lodged for a hjiinostead nelecAion, ph Goimbla :—Junius Sharp (Canovvitidrii). Charlos Thorpe (Wood stock), Frederick Jus. Sharpo (Too trong), Ellon M. Hurt (Toogoug), Henry P. Petuborton (Elin Grovo, Ciulfti), olid John Patrick .-Griffiths (Buidott) The following lond.has been reserved from Halo, licon.su. and lease gnnorallv : -—-I^nd district of Molong.nnd lioroo Shire, 'No. -I<5,028, County of Ashhtini liaiu, pmjsh of Toogong, containing an urea of aliout -II acres. The lands 'within the following boundaries: — vJomiuoncing at tho south-western cor ner of portion 74; . thence bounded by a lino south 8 chains; tliouco south easterly (o tho tiort.lt-u-ostoni corner of portion 174; by that portion and'por tions 2(iG and i!G3 east and south ; and by portion 206 to its north-oast corner ; by linos north and wont to tho south eastern corner of portion 191; and by portions 104. 102, and 74, to point of commenc...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND FIELD, [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

TflflW MS® fJElE, hZ?ZmiTl,Cl°,not ahvn.vs cxpcud their At bo is iii the best direction. Que great a n ot°to?ifn0tlCe!lb'e is the ahsouco °f '!« i, ^home-grown vegetables, it State veint.u th° c1rier i)0L'ti0ns of the fetate vegetables cannot be grown all dKtHPhj1 il°UU,d.: 81111 Ulc>1'° are VC1'-V few dlstiletsi in which tlioy cannot be grown lor winter aud spring use. Forthis nianurp'fl ^ g,'°"1Ul sl,ouU1 lje <ll,S S ' „ as ,S0W1 '« sufficient rain has To n!lk0 thc workable. 0 cilihn',,l!nn,s ni:|.v be used for ■M»rS c««H"o"-ers, and vegetables Plants may be ob seed rnnrn|y c, ply fl'om any *of our ^•ii'f7nn eichants- Although,' perhaps, a lu-mrHi D,ay. Il0t "PPear to give good tho f»v utts, there Is one point, in [ooVo l ^ Mnva0n tllRt cannot be over m^r h,,vlllCh 8 tlmt the f«™>er can •;rirth6^J0?et^Wes as. good eii'tpr? tn: CiVu «row- '-Mo .vegetables « 0 anH V1'1 Possibly be as tiesh as those taken ■ from the warden and .used immediately. ' • • ■ m'e Iu dotibt...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Church Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

Church Notice. At,i, S hints' Ciiuscii ov EkolanD. 2nd Sunday (April I Oth).- Madn«, 10 n.m. Confirmation 10.30 n.m. The Bishop. . Eveusong 7.30 p.m Preaobei't the Bishop.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Smut Preventives. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

Sravji Preventives. Two substances are usoil, and havo 1kh*u proved to ll'? -thoi-oiigbly -effiuno ioviH ;in preventing the smuts of cornals, namely, bhiostone mid 'formalin. Tin? iliitter. as wni 'pointed out recently, utmnl# nl ways bo 'Usod as a dressing "for oats ftntl Imrle3'-, 'but the former is ^fpHCiiro fn>' whoait. All methods of seed, treatment depend for their sue oess to a large extent' on the precau tions taken to prevent reinfection after dipping. Oaroloss ifarmers put the pick led -grain into 'smut-in footed bags, or omit to ctlean the drill. If the seed boX coTitnins bunt balls or spores of smut the treated seed will in part rft least •'b<=t effected. Mr D. M'.AIpinM, Government vegetable pathologist, 'bu.-i devoted' n great deal of attention to this matter, and has issued instruc tions to farmers per medium of a bulletin from which tlio sacceevUujj; paragraphs are extracted:— '' BLUESTONE TREA.TME1NT. *' This is the ono most commonly : used, aad consis...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Opportunity. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

/ An Opportunity. : Ail opportunity for the residents of Cuno viiulra to obtuin the most skilful Eye Tieut ment is afforded'by the-regular visits of 51k. AV. A. Taaffk, .Sight Spooinlist for Amous & CJooi'K, 492 Gei'ige-stioot, Sydney. Thi* .Export has won distinction for a ueiv eyo which he fits to move exactly liko a natural eye, aud he curries the latest and be.it nppliituoes to to.<t tho sight and correct all defeats of the eves, 11 r Tanffo will be at Boyd's Victoria Hotel or. Tuesday, April I Uth till 110011 on Wt(lne:'di]y, April 20lh, so sufferers from lin.v form of eye trouble should nut miss this clmiue of j>t*t.t iuy the ino-t skilful eyo trciumcut lit lowest Sydney charges.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Opening the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

Ojponing the Country. "From criticisms that are. made from tiuiH to time upon the policy of1 the Government with regard to closer settlement, it lias been made tn ap pear," said the Hon. 0 G Wade, "that tlio only directions,in which t.Iie Government are providing land for settlers 1*8 through • the nie liuiu'of tlit; resumption of private estates. As n mutter of fact, that is Only one Of several methods whoroliy land e-.in be made available on small holdings in agricultural areas. . ; " Figures have been obtained which show that .live policy of the Govern ment and its predecessors during the bisi live vtmrs has rwsultfid in a very large accussi.m of lie.v hoiders. Anil the«o results a:e likely to becoutiuued. '" For ■instanen, during ihelast six years iiq -fewer thti:i 10^7511,000 acres of Oroiv'n lands have heeu made avail able fOr settleiiuint. - Over and above that, htrge areas have been resumed from private/ owners, and about 1,900(0.(1(1 acres have .been subdivided by voluntary...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

Commercial Banking rCo. of Sydney, Ltd, Cnpitul I'iiid Up.. £1,500,000 0 0 lieserve Fund .. £1,^0,000 0 0 Reserve Capital £1,500,0(1) 0 0 £1,!HIJ,0UU 0 0 Lfberal Advances Made on Ap proved Securities. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at interest. All Usual Banking Business Trans: acted. V. JiLATCnFCmT). fonnngur Canuwindra Branch. 18/1/09 K ■ Mr. B. J0P3ES SURGEON :: DENTIST, * COWRA, # & Will vl3lt Canowlndra Fort ■ nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Data of Noxt Visit, 9th and 10th APRIL. The Junction Hotel Urnlm- its Now Mumtirnmnnt. .X'l \ COONEY, (LlllO of InljVf'liMl —will util? T.emuin— --THE HOTEL -- At which ilni lii'st. of Accommodation ,.; niiil Li({iiuin m o obtuiriu •Cull-in ftnd you i»ve assured a lioarly . iI'l'IciHII", M. I. OQflNRV, . JcU^Ol'LiJ.V nor fx, OA N 0 W INT D R A. ■■ WJLL5A?*1 A. RAE, LICENSED SUiJi/EYQ??, R.P. ACT, LEYEIjS . TMCIJM TOR ANY. puurosK. Address v Glkn'hoi," Oiiangr.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Woman as Athletics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

Woman as Athletics. Hspriily iho woman of the British Pmpin hiivun't got as f 41" i'.s soma others in tho de p:iri,mailt of athletics. The aeconipiuiyiiif pictures show how f.*r they have gal i:i the United Swtia, where gills nowiulayi ape 'their hi;,' Urotheri; in mutters of sport mid think it greut form. The best iritmdii of tliosa whose .pictiiics »cc tojiroduocl aould fitoa Snap-sbot Photos of jlmericjlk •Gnu. athi.ete3. not-admit that the sports in which 'fh'ey nre indulging are really graceful or *-omir.i!y. No one will -suggest th;rt 'girls ought 7101 io riiie hoveebiick, bicycles, or row, or even pl:iy ai'ic.kct, but it will be generally admitted (bat girls should leave the harder forms a! «er-. disc to men. When ft girl cenics lo ba grace-l Cul she also censes to possess 'thogreiiicharml with which nature has endowed her. j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

Local Topic The Right Jlav. Br. Dunne will pro bably lay the foundation stone of tho new Convent at Oanowindra on tho fourth Sunday in May. The following are the Federal poll ing plac»s with in the subdivision t/f Canowindra.:— Canowindra. Cojirt, House ; 'TCaucnmn Station, Boardman's residence; Billimari, State School; Lockwood, State School.; Nyrang, State School. Messrs. Davis and Bellamy /report having sold in the Potvra district since January 1st. 1'9! 0, £11,177 worth of horses, and there is still a; good demand for good heavy draughts Mr and Mrs P. E. Craven returned to "Gelenhurst," Lock wood,-on Satur*! day last. ; The death'OCTOrred at Tteidy Creek, Mnrga, on the 20th inst. of Mr Arthur Evstis, aged I'9. , . Tho many friends of "Rev. MrTJenrf,: Methodist mi-nister n't Molong, will he' sorvv to learn .-that Mrs R^ad is still unahle to return to Molong from; Albury, wliero she went on a vi'it. n couple nf months or more ago, owing to illness.—Molong V Express." The Licensing...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

CANOWE MORA > We have Just Opened our FSrst ShipmenfLyf Winter Drapery. A largo stock of Drosses, Clothing, Flannel, Blouslngs, Rugs, Blankets, &e. We carry [|8 largest and best assorted stock in the -district, and prices to suit all pockets. -T. J. Fi ausepie f!m,: loctlsnser, STOCK A STATiOH AGEfJT, Canovundra. Agent for E. Y. McKay's Muiishine Mr.chineiy. X^MAKInT ^SN'ERAL CARTER -JSAYEL AND SAND ALWAYS ON HAND. ¥/a«l and Water In any Quantity. Horse and Sulky for hire always -on hand. k. M A KIN, CANOWINDRA. } A - ^t&ERALJ5AKER.Y ■'33 EITj YOUNG desires to''thank the ifl public for tho frenerous patronage .rstmided to him Gince opening busi '-.Ijws.'sn Oanovrindra, mid having talfori •'''T&XES QUICK as a Partner, trusts Lo. acontifciianco of this support. SSoineyi Money i K)R SALT! BY THOMAS MOBBS. NYRANG CREEK, TVHIS HONEY ifi separated from the " Comb? by Honey Extractor, ■hereby retaining the original aromatic lavor." Support the local industry. •\5...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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[?]ck wood News. [?]om our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

. iid? • • - ■■ - : — — j^°!ckvu,ooc3 Kentfs. -fff-'ivm otir OorrospoiKlont). v«n'4jMs*'r'^' present r'(-nmnnrpH I theWlr.'-^'b' with-other districts in: A. "t"- ' l»^Jevl«/«i,8a J>e put undrff oul■ jfiirflrsy Jj/S .V",n' at I/iclovond. A. Jtiuthe ity of new machinery of all; jj0, no'.; .Tiitlg, into the district—a eu; quL M prosperity and -increased; cuic)t!'"n' ' '' ' ' h'>ateVcwon^ ar)fl 'CranTvury intend ■ Oiat 'jK their end lip in- keeping tire, ye coidi'dra railway . .Yfr A.: j (all <r«nshm intends pnftiner in over acriis of wheat this yeaiy arid. iJ.; rs Travtts Bros, and/Whitmee: .T - intend putting in simTlnr areas. A. McDonald, who h as been' ,/ riding the Sydney Show, has gone I j'; s.«> Moroe to bqo his brother, who is'j iignli-pe liuid o^-nor in tTm't district. 1 fhicl-Ir Goo. Worlioys, from iNfillthorpn, ' ercnirarrfld in threshing: at' his 'Crnn-; jfl w.yproperty at. jirosonl. and intonds ^ng thriitiyrh -L'tckwood and Cran ■^y ry.districts,witJi hi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

sr a PI R C5?' il™ W"¥ & GENERAL CARRIER & FORWARDSHG AGE1T. |p=3j jp»«» 'Wool arsd Produce .Merchant, CAftOWlNDRA.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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A Remarka[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

a Remarka'u A rain tree is the latt from ,'ic-roM the A.*1!!!)! 'IH' tjtilled Slfiics r Co!'J Unit in the woods ndjt'j .vinviilinmbii exists a ?B ">'J niliivon "ruin tree,'' -'ch pi reniiifUnbln qualities. >s 11ft..v fuel, liiyli when rinutuij| throe feel in dir.mctei't the* tne property of al'bingH qurvnliiy of humidity om UH which it cont-.untr.u and^H nrinvc fni-kh frnm its iVQS n, aliower, itud in fh abJ muny cases tlio gro>i of i| is converted into a ;^ec'_ bw tl\i» curious propgr.l'' its i irgt'ie summer, jJi&ely J inu ill their lowest."*! w»tl anil Uio writer pi>s®B_ (hi planted in tho a> arid^ (or tMa benefit of ioultj^H

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Welcome Nugget. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

The Welcome Nuggot. Who has not heard oil the " "Welfomj Sti-angcr " nnyget, and who would not wel come such a strr.iu'erat any time and np''J any oircHmstftnccs ? 1 he irmon which weighed. three hnndvcdwpi wntaiued SM8 -otinccs of gold, Si935S, \v;is found ey 3olm Tip . Kichard Otfcs, •purtdlovs, at JIoUi torirt., 'in ItS'jt), 'and reuiitins us t •=;n;>!f» pii>c« of the nolilo mete fivordteeom'etl :in that colony. J n:;o, the department detniminci ni^motyting such an event in thf niniivi, anil solhore wns'unvcile* of which I'm :tei:oiiipitr»yi - .aa illustration. I'he count. .Tons' Deasox and the wl monumksti hinti'iy nnd Woddoiburr ■i'H rucoipiisad .is t!ie fc suys n Melbourne-oxi' ot tlvo " Welcome1 ' at the t.ime wlien Dt-' • I'.irilihig hurt). He tl i n';-. mid slruolt it llirtji ih.vv it wus gold. W! >'::iip'.ed to life it, he fou •' -■ i! i —ft, picao Of fioM 3 o! 11 ptiinsy-bavk »i was held fust.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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SAVOY REVIVAL. "THE GONDOLIERS." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

SAVOY REVIVAL. "THK GONDOLIERS." Hardly less enthusiastic a welcome than hailed the beginning of this Savoy, revivals with "The Yeoman of the Cuard" awaited last night (22nd January),. Mrs D'Oyiy - Carte's re vival of "The Gondoliers." ■, As has already been noted, these tle ■ ^1 ^u' rev'va's at the old Savoy are bringing back to the theatre a public of educated middle-class people with genuine musical tastes whom tho musi cal comedy of a few years back practic ally drove away. Mrs D'Oyiy Carte has herself remarked that the numbers which "go" best are not so niuch the solos as the harmonised trios, quartettes and so on. These in Sullivar.'s hands, as Savoy-goers are recalling, have- a musi cal quality one may search in vain for elsewhere. From the musical point of view, "The Gon.-lt: ers" proved itself perhaps even more of a feast than did "The Yeoman of the Guard." It is alike more ambitious hp J more inspiring with its glorious choiuses and dances, its cofor and its a! mosphere of...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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OUR UNFINISHED SENATE. ARTISTS AGREE. TAPESTRIES NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

OUR UNFINISHED SENATE. ARTISTS AGREE. TAPESTRIES NEEDED. While the Select Committee ■ of the House of Lords appointed to inquire into the uuiitiished condition of the rooms in the Houses of Parliament' have been unable to bring their inquiry to a conclusion, and recommend the re appointment of the Committee next session, they have issued the evidence taken. As this was given by such ar tists ap Sir Edward Poynter, Sir Wil liam Riehmottd, Sir Lawrence Almn Tadema, Mr Iioiman Hunt, Mr Sar gent, Mr Abbey, Mr Draper, Mr Sey mour Lucas, Mr Solomon J. Solomon, and others, it Is of tlie utmost interest. A number of these gentlemen re commend the u*j of 'apestry, and in this connection the William Morris School of Tapestry was mentioned .as capable, of being put into activity. Sir - William Hiclimond went as far as to nasi ... "In my opinion at (Ills moment we linve d considerable number of artists, men with great powers of design and great feeling of color, who are almost, as it were, dest...

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