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CONSOLING FOR DAUGHTERS. ADVICE TO PHYLLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

' CONSOLING FOR DAUGHTERS. ADVICE TO PHYLLIS. A /adles' paper suggests that the want of dcfercneo shown by the modern girl to her • mother may be In part due to the trlvolous ncss of the latter. 1 ■' Dear l^hyllis, I am told that you aro lacking In respect; "That you don't regard your elders as your betters; That submission to their ruling is a law that you reject Along with certain antiquated fetters. But I see that your position has its dif ficulties, too, I For, although your notions show an alteration. Your elders have been changing quite as rapidly as you, Which certainly affects the situation; You are older for your years than maidens once were wont to be ! When matrons used to boast 'the pre fix "British," But mammas are growing younger and more frivolous and free, While grandmammas are positively skittish. - . ' Now girlhood lacks experience, and na-. turally clings To the judgment that is riper and se dater; But it turns away disgusted from the giddy little things j Which i...

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

THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES. THE ISLAND OF JAMAICA. The late disaster in the "Pearl of the .Antilles" made one turn to the (recently published volume "Jamaica: Painted by A. S.. Forrest; Described by John Hen derson." The letterpress takes the form of chatty descriptions of the people an-d the island, which,' supplemented by. the j illustrations in color, give an excellent idea of both. Mr Henderson writes en thusiastically of Jamaica. For instance: "People (he says) talk of . its industrial backwardness, its commercial weakness; of the impossibility of its,finances. As well discuss the poverty of the convol vulus, or the nakedness of the lily. Jam aica was created by Providence to show mankind something of t'he meaning: of beauty. It was -to stand as an expla nation of Eden—a glimpse of. Paradise. Nature never intended that it should be come a rum-garden, or even a field of ! speculative agriculture. It is just such: a place that should be allowed to stand for ever, as the' garden of...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DMITRI MENDELEIEFF. GREAT RUSSIAN CHEMIST. A LOSS TO THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

DMITRI MEVNDELEIEFF. GREAT RUSSllvN CHEMIST. A LOSS TO TlHIO WORLD. Dmitri Ivuuovitch ] Men'deleieff, the great Russian cheuiijst, whose death was announced from! St. Petersburg-on Saturday, was one olf Russia's great est men. He lived,,,says one who In terviewed liim reeeiiitly, ' quite apart from the political turilnoii that has been distracting this countlry. He was es sentially a man of science. "Science!" he wbulcl say, "What is science? Some thinkl it is something forced, something salcred, access to which is only possible Uo the elect. To me, science is a pieasiM'e that may be enjoyed by nil." So sif^kc on, this vi rile, thick-set septuageil Irian, with his grey hairs lying in wa*plets on his shoulders, with his dltrtinctive har mony of character, and T.nis soul com pletely immersed in scieiltiflc investiga tion. Behind him wasl the world's praise; before him f res la work. For work he was ravenous! "Whilst I • have one eye healthy," Hie exclaimed, "I can work," His/left Vley...

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

A NEW STERILISED MILE. The problem of freeing milk from germs and yet retaining all Its nourish ing properties has probably been solved by Drs. R-oemer and Much, both of whom have been associated with Professor Behring in his bacteriological work. The process consists in the use of per oxide of hydrogen under conditions which kill the germs. To each litre of milk is added two to four drops of a ferment obtained from beef liver from which the blood has been expressed. This ferment, which contains minute particles of albumen, destroys the un pleasant taste given to the milk by the peroxide of hydrogen. To the forty grammes of albumen contained in one litre of milk under normal conditions, there are, . therefore, added minute quantities of homologous albumen. 'U?erhydrase milk," as it is called, does not materially differ from raw milk. It can, however, be kept for a long period without deteriorating. Samples of the milk which were placed in an incubator for seven weeks re mained steri...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEALTHY TRAMP. STARVATION WITH LI,200. LEFT TO RELIEVING OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

WEALTHY TRAMP. STARVATION WITH LI,200. LEFT TO RELIEVING OFFICER. Nobody ever thought that Mrs Char lotte Spiers, an old*-woman of 74, who for years had wandered about Hamp shire, was any better off thau the ave range tramp, and consequently the .treatment meted out to her was not over-charged with kindness. One day, however, the Mr Edward English, the relieving officer at Alton workhouse, lent an ear to the aged da rue's appeal for n lift, and took her in his trap as far ns she wanted to go. From this time the two frequently met on the road, and Mr English on several occasions gave the woman relief, for which she appeared very grateful. She showed her gratitude in a very substantial. way by leaving him all she possessed, which amounted, to" the as tonishment of everybody to LI.213. A second claimant appeared, and the rival claims were discussed on Friday in the Probate Court. The plaintiff claim to be a nephew, and asks that the money left by his aunt shall be handed over to him. M...

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

PICKPOCKETS AND POLITICS. CHINESE DISAPPEARING TRICK. The special correspondent of the " Daily Mail" wrote from Johannes- : burg on 14th January :— Johannesburg has its faults. But ' duJness is not one of them. In its twenty years of strenuous life it has i made more history, witnessed more [ excitement th&a many ^ town whoso record goes back two hundred. j It abhors the commonplace. Most i communities faced by a popular elec tion for the first tim« in thoir his tory would have been content to fol low traditional methods. Not so" Johannesburg. Unaccustomed as it is to a Parliamentary campaign, it strives to impart some novelty to its ! Politics. It strikes out a lino of its ! own. Ordinary towns have rowdy j electioneering gatherings. But on the 1 Rand a new fashion has been set. Here disturbances are not confined to the body of the hall.'v We have free fights on the platform, and the police have to eject the speakers an 1 not the listeners. Down in the less fashionable quar...

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

CAMPAIGN OF "NAGGING.' ! By constant nagging at the drabbi 1 nes and dinginess of masculine clotli j ins, some attempt is being made to im part a little color to it. Suits of dis tinct, buns, like green and purple, will be urged upon man. With a little more persunsian and perseverance, we may even get hiru in good time into some thing a trille more picturesque iu de sign than his present garments.— "Lady's "Pictorial." |

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

ttGENT ANTICIPATION. J not suit the book of the ?arty to dissolve Parliamont 'Hi to the country on the Educa I The '*fary of indlgrattion" '.th the people are said to have : the general election has abated its force since.— •"Advertiser," '

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 — 1 April 1910

,p . ^M zE3 £1000 t,o luA W?st i Value lud av 1 f ' £50° ct'iSI Xr'D Round the II for ONE ui st >n|V for Two' nrobablfV?0'. hav>n£ pnirl full r •14 Prepared to fi„,l i" ol .I" l».o llt the advertise,1 nun. v/lthSiuosirea, u)eo for the ■R'.what pel" ; liair wasdl , ■' Value £50 hut, hirtaUin?£iouo j-I,! mi»li£l!lat Art Onion lsomo manl 5,)thYear. u n'nl Pu'"r. strange-lofts o? I'osp'taia ^ 1 'Lr"p V Australia. . 1 I ' Pi i . Irm""ri freo 0f vhat lookedf'ngnuml.eM will ii it, on iw luWrosHod llagers, fcal. Ue' stamp heinsel vcsA'fent on or Wopc some P.O.O., or " ; but to tlie you can lmafreat Art Union ; in ark was/ftl10'1 e cheek, and)^ *?acl1 Mol-1 i - ,{")ara^r">g, 17th iing no whisk* ° ore coiispiou'fuv TOii£>ay, 1 tl.o mark |ld(Uo/ to saj ; An(atiJ nseqiicncc tcKbetk-ttl Ud. Massingbirdji.,! j ior's youngcr-'sir -J ac up, sir'",f®gement r. Vomer. -j " ms have turn, I't go OUt. TWftJL,, ;he door, and pr i stay in spite;• aot{# ^ a to know if l,e q^, Mr. Vomer, '•. la't...

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

—t RATHER \ ^COMPLIMENTARY. TTJDGE3 BACON ON WOMEN. His HonC"- Judge Bacon, who is a .{Lchfclor, jijiade some amusing remarks '^pectins'' ladies at the Bioomsbury GiW.y-.Court yesterday (15th January.) lady litigant handed a letter to his wor the date ot which was material I the issue. Solicitor: The letter .has no date, r Honor. Ik Judge: Didn't I say it was a jean's letter? (Laughter.) [xan other case Judge Bacon asked a finale defendant, "Do you moan to ! you have ever signed any (locu st nee you were married without 8 them?" : Defendant: I can assure your 'I am speaking the absolute truth. 'H not tell an untruth for such a ' unount. I would sooner,, pay. 1 Bacon (to the solicitor in the She tells me she would not com pilry for so small an amount. >r.) ;nt was given against the lady. Urd case the plaintiff was giv wce of means of a defendant ; sought to commit, and said lived in great style. Mere: He has got a wife, pro |,augbter.) -"Daily News."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACTOR'S FATE. MYSTERY OF A PARIS TRAGEDY. WAS THERE FOUL PLAY? [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

ACTOR S FATE. ] MYSTERY OF A PARIS TRAGEDY. WAS THERE FOUL PLAY? The correspondent of the " Dally News" wired from Paris on February 4th:— Another tragedy of the Seine, which by no means lacks the element of mys tery, has been revealed by the discovery of the dead body of an English actor, variously known, !t would appear, under the names of Lucas Hubert, Hubert Eve lyn, and Evelyn Lucas. Two or three miles north of Paris, at the He de St. Denis, one of the numer ous long islands which are to be found in the bed of the river in this neighbor hood, his body has been recovered from the water close to his yacht, and en tangled in the chains of a neighboring vessel, Lucas—to call him by the name by which he was best known to his friends —had reached St. Denis last Tuesday^ in his little craft, a ■ flat-bottomed sailing boat, named the Seashell. With his wife be had been exploring the canals of Nor thern France, having left England last September, after cruising about the South Coast and...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRENCH GAM[?]BLING THE LITTLE HOUSES. IMMENSE PROFITS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

FRENCH ^GAIVliliNG THE LITTLE HOUSES IMMENSE PROFITS!' The "Express" Paris correspondent wrote on 80th January:— i:'}< The French Government hai already taken etepa towards the closing of a number of establishments in Par's which, under the name of clubs, are ii1 reality merely gambling hells. And before very long a law is to be submitted! to' the Chamber by which such establishments shall be closed altogether, and£t>s which the casinos and casino clubs atjP'rench watering-places shall be carefulM" regu lated by nominees of the Government and taxed with a further 10 per cent, impost on 'the gross product of thejsamb ling, which money the State (will use for charitable and_ hygienic purpofes. To give the reader an idea of thi' kind of "club" which M. Clemenceau pi$poses closing, I may state that one ofithem, which the police visited a day or twe ago, has an avowed revenue of L160 pa:1 an num, which is the amount of the&iem bers' subscriptions. And yet, although ...

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

THE LONG SljEEM. CURE. Dr Otto G. Wetterstrand| of Stockholm, is an advocate of prolonged sleep, as a cure for various forms of [sickness, espe cially in the treatment d>f the most se vere cases of hysteria. IIn the December number of "The Psyfcho-Therapeutic Journal" the doctor instances a case of paraplegy of t-wenty-fl j e years' standing disappearing from a sldily-three years old lady after a three wee/its' sleep, and this paraplegy (a kind of Ipalsy) has not re turned since the autunfn of 18S9. Another patient—troubled with! hysteria, followed by fainting', laughing I /Us and spasms, gastricism, dysentery j and hiccough, dur ing which the head vlas jerked forwarus and back again as of|:en as twenty-three times a minute, and If.lis continued some times for four hoursVasrecd to the pro longed sleep treatment. Dr Wetter strand, putting her t b sleep on the even ing of October 9th, sl'Jic slept uninterrupt edly the whole nigh.fr, also the following day and night, awa'ftingion th...

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

KING EDWARD'S CHRjST/MAS CUSTOMS. i • The. King: has put an end/ says the "World," to many ol the highly expen sive Christmas customs whicfy .Queen. ■Victoria maintained. The great baron, of beef is. no longer cooked with much pomp in the great roasting' kitchen at Windsor Castie. It was, to say,the truth, rather a useless and'unwieldy, dish. Nor does the King think it necessary, to sup ply all Queen- Victoriafs descendants with plum puddings, as 1 her j late Ma jesty did. The wild boar's heald "is super seded by the head of the ordi/nary farm yard swine, which experlenciji proves to make a far more satis.factor/y dish, and it is "faked up" with false tmsks, cocifl neal, and so forth. This' is [not done at •Windsor—where, as a matter of detail, the kitch'ens are practically1 j closed, more than half the staff being abfsent and the rest on board-wages — butlat Sandring ham, where the Christmas pjlum pudding, mince pleccs (after a specify! recipe), and game pies are also nowpr/epared....

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 — 1 April 1910

Thji vital trade centre. ' The unfailing index of the country's condition, j The scene of Sydney's foodstuffs distribution. The arena of ceaseless activity. The bees that make the honey. The Fanners' and Growers' best Mend.1 |0o""your Pigs, CalYes, Maize and otiles? FAKM PEODUCB to CrPH *Wp»1T!c <$r Swalfh No. 1 Corporation Buildings, UTcUo .miens ©I ©EOlCll, Sussex & Market Sts., Sydney. ESTABLISHED I860. Sack Specialists. Smith's are true Specialists. They devote all their time and talents to New and Second-hand Sucks. That's why you can't beat 'em for New or Once-used Chaff Bags, New or Once-used Wheat Sacks, or Potato Sacks either in the large 4 Bushel Sizo or the small stan dard size. So settle your Sack Sorrows by sending your order to T. Smith & Co., Ltd. Sussex Street, Sydney. For Top Prices and Prompt Payments Ship your M-KJCZE and POTATOES TO J. Jones & Co. Ltd. COMMISSION AGENTS 333 SUSSEX ST., BYBWHY W"* Supply all classes of Produce at...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANURING OF POTATOES. (Continued [?]rom previous issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

MANURING OF POTATOES. (Continued W'yom previous issue.) Owing to f unfavourable weather, failure^ in planting, and other con ditions, thtia&c of these experiments were no,t ciwiricd! out to a sufficient exten^Vto |plowj of their inclusion in the resu'j.s, but in the ease of the other five!experiments, the work was completed, and the results satisfactorily recorded. The oe/son on the whole was unfavourable to the crop, and the yields, tliirefore, were not so high as would jc looked for under fully satisfactoiy climatic conditions. Nevertleless, the results are of great .interest and value, and make quite clcar the advantage to be derived from the intelligent ap plication of manures. We nay here, however, once more; give warning to the agricul turist Ihat the mere application .of/manures to any crop will never ' yield tlie results which are due and 1 can be secured, if the manuring be not accompanied by the good fann ing operations of effective culti vation and clean working, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN LOVERS' HAVEN. HOW MARRIED IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 1 April 1910

( GERMAN LOVERS' HAVEN. HOW MARRIED tN LONDON. London has become a haven of bliss for runaway couples from Germany, says"Truth." "Except that it is a little more diffi cult or expensive to reach,, the British capital occupies to-day precisely the same position In relation to the Father land as did Gretna Green to the regions this side of the Tweed in the days of our Krent-grandfathers and rreat-grand "roSjfheffiv - "!rhere\aro; In London a number of cnterprisirg IntllV'.Wuals of German na tionality.)&. birth, whime principal, if not their onIy;:busincs3 is to'cnttce Teutonic youths an< maidens to this country and marry than off in accordance with Eng lish law whenever 'just cause or impedi ment' makes it difficult for fhem to get joinw together in holy matrimony in their own country." These agents advertise in the German newspapers, calling the attention of the jimorous Teuton to the facilities which ^jxlst in England for tying connubial ■JfegiR expeditiously and ...

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

'Jamaica. ri-f 'A REVERIE. TTaUiane Macfall writes la the ' Westminster Gawrt-to" :— Jamaica, t&o dusky queen of the Onribboan Seas, a very queen of Irngedy, is smitten again by tho wil ful heavy hand of Fato, who, re- , memliering her ancient dignity, bo it snid, strikes at her always dramatic ally—and, lindeoil, there is somoth.nf,' fitting hi that her griefs? should catch the eyes of the wide world, for does she net stand at the^ gates oi Western romance as the .Sphinx at the gates of tho Eastern ? Yet she could have received no more ironic buffet to her destiny than that the solid eart.h on which she stands should have quaked and been rent be neath her feet on this (air Monday afternoon in January, when the men who are striving hardest to bring back some of her bygone prosperity were on her noil, engaged in council upon the remarking of hor fortunes, and when the land is overrun with pleasure-seekers who have 1°"" t0 , her splendid winter for their holiday. But oven they...

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

A Nic© Obituary Notics. The editor of the Port Douglas « Hecord" (Q), holds littln stock m I the oxhovtation to spenlc no ill of the doiul. FIptb. for instancp, is Jus obituary notice of Wallace MacKay   'killed on the Port D.-mglfts triiimvuy 0.1 tho Stli inst •:—•' Wallace MacKay *vas well-known in this district, and it could not lifi truthfully said that ho had many friflnda. He was cursed, wills an nng-ivornaWo temper, ami seldom forgot an injury- Oil E'UC separate occa-intu he was guilty ot - murderous assaults on 'differ«nt |>or-.; sons. On one occasion on hoard a ship lie rtiRomiiotvuuoH u giuvm with an adz«, and, only f n1 ths inter vention of two fnmaie vosidmita of Port Douglas, would have murdered an uld Port forry« man, known as " Scottifi," for whom he hud lain in wait.. A man named Andy Wright was also boliHved to have been stubbod in mistako fof a \h'. Randall." No crocmlilo tears, no lugubrious Inmmitation* for a highly respected and much osteemod cit...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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