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Correspondence. (To The Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Correspondence^ (To The Editor), i Sir,—As a number L'jplo are I intevosK.'.d in conneuft,tt U tbe I tniffio of motor c.ns nxW ,^^P>icycle8) [ nnd- were ntixious t'&lt;■'. UCV, meinbur «'iis doi,|f? rLl K&lt;* now linvo n wipy •¥*? iiTid I would lik-o yo'jpv >t\v°Y %v0V extracts from rmine Act applies tn county us streuts iii citios, etc shown position of drivlly wv'Hnfr is to show ilr^o"*, have I)oi?ii comphiinitiRt t no noed 'in sptvilting y> tn01l as the Act ineota the oi Ve ] who uro interested. Yours h I "tMotor vehi-clo" mils car, motor earrings, nlov c (itlier voliiclo -tirtdcr piopoliod upon publiu l or purlly by tiny volatile .nil or .electricity, or by otlinr than animal po vehicles uVt'd on railw ways. " Public Street" mea road, latKJ. lliorolijjlifar ()!aoo opt1)) to or used by OJTE.XCES, (1) Any ]>pikoii who veliidrt; upon a public giMiily furiously, or rod j-per-fl or' ill a ninntioi 'gi-rous ; to ttio public, of nil■(•ff«nco. under this...
WACSTAFF BIGAMY CASE. TRIAL AT THE OLD BAILEY. ROMANTIC STORY DISCLOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
WACSTAFF BIGAMY CASfc'. TRIAL AT THE OLD BAILEY. ROMANTIC STORY DISCLOSED. The case came on for trial at the Old Bailey on 10th January in which Mrs Dorothy Josephine Wagstaff, a lady &lt;xf Independent means, residing at Elm place, Kensington, was charged on hor wn confession with having entered into k bigamous marriage with Mr James Poole Wagstaff, deceased, J.P., D.L., of Manor Park, Potton, Bedfordshire, 111 December, 1893, c.t St. George's, Hanover Square, her husband, Alfred Gibson Jalland, being then alive. Mrs Wagstaff, a lady of some forty summers, displayed considerable emo tion on first taking up her position in the dock, where she was supplied with a. seat (says the ""Westminster Gazette" In giving further particulars of a case cabled at the time. Prom time to time she seemed greatly moved by the narration of her counsel of the strange experiences of which she was the central figure. Mr Heddon, who prosecuted on behalf of the Treasury, stated that the circum stan...
SHIRE MATT To The Ed [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
SHIRE MATT (To The Edj Sir,—Jn vnur thorli iippoiu'H n It'll paver" in reply to .J8M1 ult. ro nm that the cuiicl'ision rending' my letter i penae with the on}*' reply I ihwt say. tin further from my i I payer, I will pine the position of tl Stiito or the &lt;"rove \vi>h, who mo tin. iiffiira. Tim Gmri carry out tho wishes the first instance, a (lives assont to tlif Mr. .RMtopnyer, yor insane policy it wo o.nuiioillora were giiid' knowledge of the ongv to this I purpose givii Tim first answer is tit entirely by the engine would he in exactly tl iik heforo Lncal Qovrri law, mid there would tie for councillors. All thsit required is-offices with rat secretary and engineer, the former to collect the money and the latter to spend it at hi» own sweet will. My second answer to tbe question is that it is necessary that councillors should guided by the engineer for certain classes of vork, more [Tih'ticularly bridge building as to cost and most suitable class of work, but-to say t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Comrmrsial Banking! Co. of Sydnay, Ltd, I •Capital Paid C>.. £1.50(1,000 0 o! •liesarvQ Fuml .. £l,;5Jt>,000 0 n • Reserve Capital £1,501,000 0 0 i £1,340,0110 0 0 Liberal Advances Made on Ap proved Securities. Highest Rates Allowed for Deposits at Interest. All Usual Banking Business TransA acted. V. It LATCH FOKD, Jlfltiiigor Cftucnvitidra Umiioh. ■ 18/1/99 E \ [Vlr. Horace Jones, Dentist, (Formerly of Macquarie St., Sydney). Consultation Hours at the Canowindra Pharmacy 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. week days. Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Except Alternate Sundays, 9 to 6 p.m. Public Holidays 9 to 1 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m Mr. B. JONES SURGEON :: DENTIST, # « COWRA, * * WIM visit Canowindra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun;' day. Dato of Next Visit, 9th and 10th APRIL. The Junction hotel Under itH New Mnn;igr>ment,. fi I. COONEY, (Laid of Iinpnri'il K'ltol, MuilguuJ. —will h'mU ruiuuiu— - - THE HOTEL At u'liioh Mid lii^t nf Acfinmrruiflutioii aud I.iijU'H.s iir» ulita...
.Bees and Lucerne [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Bees and Lucerne JWTTeT* ah" Aiu'TUNiTj"- ]i;ipr->j ), The wonderful strerijrtli and speed of I It* hoes tako thoin long distances for tht'ii food, nnd they hnvo recourse to » great variety of plants. J'ut IJih.jmi-' uliav construction of tho lucerne bio' - som renders it unablo to fertilize it self. and it° shapo makes cross fortili sation very di/fidult, In tho marvel lous 'balance of trood' in nature, lucerne, lilco thousands of othor plants, is aided in its lease of lifo by tho in sect world. It is not luiown just how many insects or birds iissi-it thi-s remarkable plant, but the hone}' bee is tho most conspicuous, the niost^ in dustrious, the m"St nnd cw tainly tho most useful. Careful obser vations have beRii made of'seed pod. ;grown- near colonies of bees, and also of those so far from any boo colonies that it was safely assumed no boos had visi'wl tho fields producing tho puis. In every case it was found that thnsi from nearby fields bad from 51) to In ppr omit, morn seed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
CANOWINDRA STORES S We have Just Opened our First Shipment of Winter Drapery. .ft large stock of Dresses, Clothing, Flannel, Biasings, Rugs, Blankets, We carry the largest and best assorted stock in the district,, and prices to suit all pockets. T. J. Finn EUGENE Finn, Auctioneer, STOCK St STATION AGENT, Canouindra, Agent for H. Y. McKay's Sunshine Machinery, A. SVSAKIN, GENERAL CARTER TRAVEL AND SAND ALWAYS ON HAND. • Wood and Water In any Quantity. Horse end Sulky for hire always on band. A. MA KIN, CANOWINDRA. CDERAL BAKERY j YOUNG desires to thank the thlio for the generous patronage to him since o;-.-ning busi pnwindra, and hnvin^iakon (QUICK as a Partner, trusts tiiuunco o: this support. D. CHES.HER, rSfitSENT, ETC., EUCOWRA, Agent for tlto " Oanowindra IStar," and is aleo anrhnrized ■reive oi'lirM f ir Advertising Ju'&lt; Printing. Iitk.—Nhw type f.iceei have tieen Iiie&lt;1 at (he Stai-. Office, where l.-dasa printing; is executed at city . LAVERCOMBE, AUrriO...
Land Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Land Notices. Approval of tfvkliiionn! rpsiilonlia) lease—No. I908|3, Ji.sopli Tohin, of Oanowiiidrn, '3ujfor 30p, pli Collett, 'rental £1 IOm, Iftirno Sliiro Tbo :follo\vina nolico of appoal lias lieo.il lodged Uasaott, for lii spijci-ii Ihiiho a|»i>li('a!i()ns Noa. 1900-12 and '1909-13, Rfol.ni^. Approval of annual leaso applica tions—No. 1309-8, Molong, Ivlwaril Malior, Reeify Croelc, Murija, 8 (0 aorea, pli Towara, renin) £•}■-1 Oh ; No. 1909-9, Mploriir, \Villiam Parr, Mur^a, '28 acres, pli/Murga, rttilal £1 ; Nos 1009-11, atiw 11, (Jliarln* Archur, Nfuijja, nnvis 1920 ami 1*280 aoros, pli t\foura, rniijul £8 anil £5 fn8d—all in tlio llorooSliiro." Apj)iova;i of residential 'lease's—No. 190!).2,:Alfrol 'John Wright, of Oano wiiidra, 10 acrus. ph Oollull, riiutal £2 ; No, 190si-G. Thnntas Alfred Now contlio, ol: (Janmvindra, 10 acrns, ph Oollotl, £i l0-&lt;—both iu. Horeo Sh i ro. '/ / .
The Viennese Optician. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
The Viennese Optician. M R. S. A, BASSER'S many loo.il pityons will bs to learn that this well-known Viennese and London Ophth'ilmie Optician •slid Spoutar.le Make*-, of Clm!!i« Honso, No.: 10, third floor, Martin Phi!::c. Sydney, will, pay C.mow'mdra his n-T2;il periodical visit, oil Thursday and Friday. May 5th and 81 h, 1910, and may bo oonsultod at IJoyd'n Vic torin 'Hotel. During a trip round the world Mr. Basser visited the rcno/iriiediiptieal eol'.e iroH of London, Netr York.vV'ienna, ^Berlin mid Dn.'sden, from each ■of/ which lio holds credentials, mid is also a/qinlilicid master (if the British Optical Association. All defects of the fight carrootcil, ; add glasses specially adapted for ocular heatfiiches. Your sight tested with the latest /invented instrument. Consultation frcn of Almr-re. Mr. Bitsser may ho consulted in pMsoa, so as to }ruar«n teo the best result. R'n travelling agents employed. Sole agon/ for the " So Kasy" rimless (glasses. —0. I
Thoroughbred Yearling Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Thoroughbred Year Sin p ■ Sales. : " At. tbo thovougbbrod yimiliii!> rnb'.s in Sydnny ln*f, iveulc ivBfttoi'n ■'biiypr* Heourod tlm following; yuuiiK.slor.s : — HI f by Avr Ijuildin (imji.), .Mr'A. W Huff (in, Oriingo, 90^'ns. ; bo by Ayr Luddio, M. 'It. WiMon, l'ntliiirtti. CO [jus. , bay filly by Govn (im|i.), Mi ll. Gliisson/ Woodstock,''Mtftih.; hay lillv l>v Positaiio (imp.). Mr Mnliilliimv, Wiirvoi), 1 COf/ns ; ell C 1>V Mudutlinti, Mr D. Konnn, Orunyo, (io^ns ; brinvn fiUv by Sir Trislniin (im|>.), Mr 0. 0. WuHtim, Orange, 75gns.; biO'vn (illv l>v Pa mo siro, Mr J. Noonnn. 0 mil pi*. 37;} fjiiinnap ; oil f by St. Milrx, Mr R Litwlor, Orungn, oOgna. Mr A.' \V. W'hitnoy, of Cnrcour, was ulso a buyer.
Important to Hotelkeepers. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Important to Hoteikespers. An important decision to hotel keepors has lieen i^ivmi hy Mi\ T. 11. Wilkinson, S.M.,.of Newcastle. The case was one in which 11 nurso named •TflHsin Steon ivas chart-ed with lefiH tnn topay a roasonnUe sum for niul accommodation. sn pplii-d I >y Thomas Frwi 11 Jansen, the linonseo of flip Agricultural Hotel nt Sin»let&lt;ni The polieo report showed I listi, f!ic paid £'2 in advance, arid later on iniirlo another payment of £2. She remained iit tlio liotv-l sime time after wards, null her money jmii out. In giving his verdict, tlio S M. sni>I otifii 11 person stays fit 11 hotel, ami (jot. credit, t.lio caso, in his opinion, h'.> longer conies under tlio Liquor Act Flo had' known cases in the countrv wlioro men had spent, nil tlicit- money in'■ drink, nnd then the jtnlilicn■■ hnd them arrested for not, paying for hoard and lodging. Me did not gard this a s a. criiuiniil case, nnd ordered tlio defendant1* ili.wlmrgo.
COVETING OUR KING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
i ■ : | GOVETITSG OUR KING. Edward VII. would suit us as a Sove reign down to the ground. If the French people only knew him he would be elec ted King by universal suffrage. I can not imagine how such a delightful and characteristically Latin man came to be the Sovereign of an Anglo-Saxon nation .that is by nature stiff:and morose.—"La ■Vie Parisienne," Paris.
Police Court. YESTERDAY. (Before Mr. F B. Treatt, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Police Court. .,*■ ^ "YESTERDAY. (Before Mr. J\ B. Treatt, P.M.) J. Amatead ▼ R Fletcher, insulting language. Mr. E M Fiiin, Solicitor, announced that the case 'was settled, and-it was accordingly struck out. J W Iverr'v K Williams, for breach of the Liquor Act. Struck out. f.r want of appearanco of the,pa!;tiHs. Police v Miry Ann i TJoghhut, Brickyards, Canowindrh. Iudec language. Accused ;:1|pleaded guilty and was flood 5s, with'Gs costs. Police v J Kay. Indecent language. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s, with 6s costs;', Police v 'B Cox. Driving without, lights. Fined 10s. ft W E Giimahaw v Jolin Grimsha w* This was an application'.for a prohibi tion order uudar the V Liquor Act. Aftei evidence order made for twelve mouths. J W Kerr v W O'Brieii. Refusing to pay for meals and accommodation after demand made. Mr. E M Finn appeared for J W Kerr, i 'There was no appoarance of defendant. After hearing evidence the defendant was. fuund guilty and sentenced to two months' i...
BRAIN FOOD SNARES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
BRAIN FOOD SNARES. Patent brain foods are a delusion and a snare; a man may crajn himself with fish and phosphates until he becomes luminous in the dark (if that be possible) and yqt remain to the end of time as in capable ot comprehending the first prob lem ot Euclid or the last joke in. "Punch" as he was on his first birthday.—Dr. J. . R. Wallace, in the "Young Man." r.s a publisher within his right in pro T-osiug one title for ii new book in place of another? The Inquiry comes to us from a young author, but need that be said? Surely the chief thing is to find an effective title, and happy should the author be whose publisher Will oblige.— "The l3ook Monthly." _
WIVES TRAINED. DARING GERMAN SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
WIVES TRAINED, BY GOVERNMENT. ' DARING GERMAN SUGGESTION. 1 Hans Eschelbach, in "Nord and Slid," suggests that all German women should receive compulsory training in the do mestic arts and the care of children. The training should, he thinks, be un dertaken by the State. In the first year housekeeping in all its branches should be practically stud ied; and the second might be devoted to Instruction in the bringing up o£ child ren, sick-nursing, and other useful sub jects. There should also be regulations, uni forms, etc., to correspond in some mea sure to the regulations in the military service, and the State should be pre pared to spend as much on the women as- it now spends on the men. The writer reminds his readers that In Germany every healthy man is obliged to devote some years to military ser vice; in short, every young man receives a certain training in the art of war, and is expected to sacrifice his life on the ibattlefleld should the necessity arise. Now he suggests that y...
"THE NECESSARY STIMULUS." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
"THE NECESSARY STIMULUS." .. An amusing: story is told in the "Nur sing Times" illustrating: north-country foresight: A Yorkshireman, very ill in hospital, had expressed a wish that his children should have new clothes at Whitsun. Whitsuntide came, and, to please tlie man, the matron gave the wife-permission to bring "the children to see their father, on Whit Sunday after noon. They came at two p.m., headed by mamma in deep mourning, the four children also in deep mourning, even to black-edged pocket handkerchiefs. When the father saw his family he asked, "Wlij are ye In black, fur?" "Thee," said the wife, "cos if owt hed to happen to thee I dunnot naw whear I sud get anuther donning fur t' barns, and so I thowt I wui as weel be ready fur t' warst, and then if thaw dus happen to git better ther's no 'arm dun, tha knaws." For a little time the' man looked sick; he looked at his fellow-patients, and the look seemed to say, "My friend, there is more in that wife of mine than'meets the ...
IDEALS OF MATRIMONY. DISILLUSIONISED HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
IDEALS OF MATRIMONY. DISILLUSIONISED HUSBANDS. "Dorothy Dix" writes in the London "Daily Mail" of September 20tb. Getting married is very much like emi grating to a strange, new country. Most of us when tve first arrive find so many difficulties and objections, and draw backs, for which we were not prepared, that we would gladly turn and flee back 1 to the state of single blessedness i£ we could. There is no denying that not one man or woman in ten thousand realises the ideal in matrimony. Few are the brides that materialise . into the kind of wife that a man has had visions of through the haze of his after dinner cigars. . Few are the husbands who come up to the dream of the god-like being with whom a girl has pictured herself walking through life. Few are te marriages that' bring to either husband or wife the happiness and the comfort and peace that they expec ted. On which one of the pair does this dis illusionment fall heavier? "Who suffers more disappointment'in finding out tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Women ! Vote for We cannot be beaten if you want a Good Selection. We cannot be beaten if you want Good Values. gpj- Millinery Dspartment FasliStjnabis RJilllnsry. Dsinty Millinery. Stylish rJliliinery. Escorair.g MSUSnery. Charming Mortals. Smart Autumn Hats. Young Ladies Hats. Australian BSaaikats, Ot«r Hargai is in these Goods are famous everywhere. Colonially made, of Goioniul Wool, by Colonial Workpeople, aud therefore worthy of your aupjiort. _ f' Travelling Rugs Bush Rugs Beautiful Eider Down Qiiflts Satin Centres and Frilled Tapestry Table Covers, All Colors and Designs. All Wool French Flannel Blousiugs, in Blous« lengths only. Not two Colors alike. The latest Fashionable Golf Flannelette ; Plain and Striped Flannelettes. Dress Materials All the Nowest Colors in Tweeds, Serges, Yciiles, Sicilians, Latest Trim mings,. Braidings, Laces, Bibbons. Dorothy Bags, Peggy Bags, Belts, Gloves, Handkerchiefs Ladies' Jackets, Coats and -Costumes. MISS GTiA.013 SYKE.S is in charge of th...
VERNER'S PRIDE... CHAPTER I—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910
Verner's Pride ... BY MRS. HENRY WOOD. (Illustrated by Harold'Fif/nrd.) CHAPTER 1—(Continued). ■. But she acted as in aid to Mrs. Vcrner. The bright colour deepened to a glowing one when she saw the bailiff. He put out his hand and stopped her. "Well Rachel, how are you ? " " Quite well, thank you," she answered, endeavouring to pass on. But'he would not suffer it. ' I say. I want to come to the bottom of this business between you and..Luke," he said, lowering his voice. " What's the rights of it 1 " " Between me and Luke ? " she repeated, turning upon the bailifE an eye that had Home scorn in it, and stopping now of her own accord. "There is no business whatever between me and Luke. There never has been. What do you mean ? " "Chut!" cried the bailiff. "Don't I know that lie has fol lowed your steps everywhere like a shadder ; that he hap been ready to kiss the very ground you trod on ? And right mad I have been with him for it. You can't deny that he has been after you, want ing yo...