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Address By Miss Cameron. ON BEHALF OF MR PIGOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

Address By Miss Cameron. ON BEHALF OF MR PIGOTT. There was a very large attendance of the public at the local hall on Wed nesday evening last to hear 'Alias Eleanor Cameron deliver an addreiw ou behalf of Mr 11 AL H . Pigott., the ^elected- Liberal candidate for (Jalare. This lady is a tine Hjieaker, aud received a splendid hearing. Only ubout h.dozen ladies were present. •Air (Jiian, E Archer occupied' tho chuir, and briefly introduced the speaker. Alissj (Jatneron, who was loudly ap- { plauded on rising tov speak. Haiti. she was there to speaic on behalf of Mr Pigott., who »lit> was curtain would, be their member after the l-3th, also on behalf of the throe Liborul Senate candidates, Messrs McMillan, Neild and Uraj'. She' purposed giving a" brief account of what tin; Liberal Party bad dune while in oflice, atnl what they proposed to do should-, they, bo again returned to power. When th-e Fusion Government took office they had to fight against very great odds, the/Labor Party en...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON LAND VALUES. EXTRAORINARY INCREASES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

! LONDON LAND VALUES. extraordinary increases. London still grows, and year by ••Vear- the value of ">tho" best business uttes increases. The upward ■ move ment is strikingly "revealed in the last report of the Commissioners of Woods and Forests and Land Reve nues, which gives some particulars of new leases of Crown property which have lately, been granted. Possibly the. most remarkable case is that of the home of the Union Club in Tra falgar square. This club had a lease which would have expired on October 10,. 1921, under which they paid only £306. It was "decided to carry out important altcratiions, and a longer term .•'was. required 1 -so - as to ensure the. enjoyment of . the result of the expenditure.. Consequently a new lease 'for sixty, years; hus been grant ed, for which a"..'-'fine"" of £5000 has been paid, and the new rental is no loss % sum thari ,£20.00 a year, and a compulsory fire insurance of £46,000 "at the least." This, .lis an extraor dinary .index ..to- the;.i...

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 — 8 April 1910

.,-:i:An Ogsportu n ity An opportunity for the residents of Cano wiudra to obtain the mo.it skilful Eye Tre.it montis afforded l>y rhr> regular visits of Mn. W". A. Taaith, Higlit ijpeuiiilist for Anous & Ciicivj?, 402 George-Street, Sydney. This Export has won distinction for a new eye which ho fits to move exactly liko a natural eyo, mid ho carries t.he latest aud best applinuoes to tost the sight und currant all dofoufcs of the eyes. Mr Tauft'o will bo at Boyd's yietoriii Hotel or. Tuesday, April 19th till* noon on Wedne-day, April 2Utli, no sufferers 'from any form of eye trouble should not iiitiH thin ahtutue of getting the most skilful eye treatment at lowest Sydney charges.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
L'ENTENTE CORDIALE. A FRENCH ADMIRAL'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

1,'ENTENTE CORDIALE. A: FRENCH ADMIRAL'S VIEWS. To the Editor of the "Daily .Tele graph":— Sir,—-Our Parisian ^Bdiles paying a visit to London—it is perfect! Never have all grades of the repre sentatives of the two nations cultivated with more frequency intimate rela tions. ' ' , , . ' But these moral bonds, could be strengthened in a remarkable degree by the resumption of certain old' projects, for the realisation of which the time seems now to have arrived. First of all, there is the acceptation in principle of the Channel Tunnel—a project which was wrecked by the strange pretext of the possibility of a French invasion" by means of the tunnel. The preliminary investigations were at one time sufficiently far advanced to permit of the formation now of an Anglo-French Company to carry out the scheme. Then, as has been discussed on seve ral occasions, England could adopt the metric system, the superiority of which is recognised by the whole' world, also the 20f. piece and the If. It w...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cargo. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

Cargo. {From our Correspondent.) Rather cool and windy wouther is being experienced here at jn-oaent, and a full of rain would bo very wel come. Much interostia being takoa locally in the forthcoming election A horse belonging to Mr H Dwid son took fright on Saturday last, and smashed the wheel of tlie sulky to which it was Itamessod, aad hurt its leg..

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Election. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

the iKlvPrtis» ii! mqno.s'iiijr • th" Liln'i-iil G-fiv, .T 0. "or t)i" Cimi im-dav ni-xt.. luit electors it tli'.'ii- voting unUiis t Ify voto 11 iii 't" .111(1 no Im II' t I'fl tllilt o.s luiuiiny; £• »r iter«M« nf thf policy aiv the S»'iu<tnr« Gni.y, V Klcntors are ,l. jiut oro^ao* in \ only A l>ijr 'jM coiifiiloijlly n.-tt Nk»ma\ uli'iut u for Uio Winter,*

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

G;vilu*"m;j annCil ra yj date is fixed for Krid-iy, r^.-il y ' Mr IIoriH!i* Finn, 4li') wrt stiitftd ill limt i.ssuu lia.l Imnn Wom>t»d tn/tlio pu.sitioii of (!*iii*f nccilunlHiif ntJRool; luimptoii (0 ) hranuliluf Uio O.inimoi oiul H.iiik, win mi Mufydnv l ight last. pruftoii'Hil n'irli a jjuriw of 40 auvt;* n-ijjiu liy liis friend.* ut CJt'ow'd Nest, North Swliu*y V Mr N. Ii ivdi-c./ii^ho, otlB of our locul auctiiiii(!i'i'!(, (luring' lusl vi.-tit to till) city lit JtJaster puVohmiAl 'a HI h.p. Wiiuault niot.ir c.ir,;uiipiibjln of miatiug fiv.> jiii-iiMiignrs. Hn wi!l\ hri liimiiug it lioins in (lhoui u fortnight'* tiinu. This makos the third otti \in tlio dis trict. ■. 1 . At thiv tlioroii^hbreir yoaVlnig silus last u'HokMr Tula Pity ten A ownor ot 1 H'ti l f irm mi tho mululmlu, :)I)tiii175 i <juin>u< fur 11 <"Vl.it ntnr o.iIt, the itioor.d price (itltlio miles. Tlio uiiiny frioml.s of Mr Eu^ono Finn \yill bo pleased to lpiirri that lit'...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE LONDON GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

THE LONDON GIRL. London is outdistanced in many ways, but in one thing London is certainly ahead, and that is in the beauty of her women. Every one who returns to Lon don after some weeks' absence is struck by the greater beauty of the average girl over such as he has seen abroad. The midinettes or milliner girls of Paris do Tint annroaeh in beautv those who may I be seen every day in London. -"Books o£ To-day."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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LOVE AND MIDDLE AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

LOVE AND MIDDLE AGE. . Rumor tells us that the middle-aged woman is again to oust the jeune fille, who has had a short "Innings" of late. And as the stage sets a great many of our fashions, it looks as if rumor were correct for once .in a way. At ail events, the love affairs of the middle-aged are lust now occupying our stage to a con slderable extent.— -"The World."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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NAVAX GUNNERY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

NAVAX GUNNERY. One; of the'smartest of the younger gunnery officers writes: "The only way to buck up the admirals Is to hustle them by competition. Colonel Bogey has done no more to improve the play of elderly gentlemen than a gunnery bogey score will do to bustle and rouse the ad mirals. The fact Is that the old school sHll plinir the notion that smart cun nery Is Infra dig." -"Vanity Fair." Posterity cannot judge the songs of its fathers. We only see the words: we miss all the siiiger threw into the ' delivery of them. "Globe."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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ON THE HIGHWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

ON THE HIGHWAY. "Now see here my clear cousin, think of what you are saying:. Suppose I were to take you at your word?" Bert Ran dolph drew his hands from his pockets and straightened his shoulders. He gave Josephine an opportunity to think up an answer as he paused to throw a log on the sinking grate fire, but no answer was forthcoming, so lie went on. Josephine I-Iarley was holding her opal ring in a shaft of sunlight, and with her I head on one side was admiring the colors. Only her over-pink checks show ed that her temper was ruffled. "I suppose you've said a lot of things you don't really mean. You always do. But if you mean any of the things you've said, it's time for you to be looking out. I don't know what to chink about it." "Suppose you try not to think about it at all and put all your attention on your own business," suggested Joseph ine. "I can call it my own business in this case.. I hate to see any girl be made a fool of, and when the girl happens to bo my • own relati...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

THE ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY. The Koyal Irish Constabulary ig imlti'uo, without like or oqiiul.in kind and quality, among police forces. It ia admitted tiro finest und most re markable body 01" police in the world aa rogards physique. It is also a military policc, unknown in the I nitod Kingdom outside Ireland. The uniform of the force is in color dark green, and resembles somewhat that of the- Hide Brigade, save that the headdress is a spikod helmet, or a German peaked cap. The men are armed with rifle and bayonet, as well as baton ; and tho officers carry .swords and revolvers, Tlv force, con sists of one ^inspector-general, one (Lput.V - linsjioclor - genural, t.hre-j sistant inspectors-general, H7 county inspectors, 200 district inspectors, and' about 10,000 head constables, sex'peants, acting-sergeants, and con stables. The oflicers of commission rank are socially of the middle chuss, the hoiks of Protestant clergymen, gentry, and prosperous town shopkeepers, or merchants," as ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAMOUS ANGLOPHILE. EDMOND DEMOLINS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

A FAMOUS ANGLOPHILE. EDMOND DEMOLINS. "M.B.E."Writes:—"The death Is just announced of M. Edmond Demolins, who may be described as the most famous Anglophile of modern France, and per haps the most widely translated of re cent European authors. It is now a de cade or so since M, ~ Demolins's work, 'A quo! tlent la Superiorite des Anglo Saxons" took the world by storm. Since the date of publication tens of thousands of copies have been printed, and edi tions have been issued not only by most European languages, but even in Arabic. The cardinal points insisted upon by tihe author are individualism and expansion, as seen in English educa tion and social life, and as compared with French systems and' stickling by routine. One at least of M. Demolins's theories has been carried out. Lyceens no longer 'walk and talk in prison yards by way of recreation. Football antj other games are being slowly but gene rally introduced in the barrack-like pub lic schools, which up till a recent period ne...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GERMAN EMPEROR. HIS SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

THE GERMAN EMPEROR. HIS SOLILOQUY. " The Emperor William, at a banquet to the high officials and ...representative 1 jinagnates of the province of Westphalia in the Munster. Museum, recalled'one o£ his soliloquies when tempted to te angry. "Religion," his:Majesty.said, according to the "Times" report, "riot in the nar row, ecclesiastical sense, but as a prac tical clement in every-day life, was the only : means by which a s union : ol all classes could be'effected. . "The .Emperor then proceeded to il lustrate this' contention by relating his personal experience in denling with' tlie manifold characters with which he had come into contact since his accession," 'During the coarse of my long reign,' his Majesty said,"'I have had to do with a great many people,' and I have had to endure a great deal from them. Un wittingly, arid often, alas! wittingly, they havie caused me bitter pain. And when in rhoments like those my' anger: threa tened to overcome mis .and thoughts of retaliation c...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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VENICE MURDER. COUNTESS'S LIFE STORY. HISTORY OF THE PLOT. AMAZING CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

VENICE MURDER. COUNTESS'S LIFE STOKY. HISTORY OF THE PLOT. • AMAZING CONFESSION. - Reunirkable details (remarks tne "Dally Mall" of 11th September) are fiiyeri • by our Vienna correspondent concerning tlie Countess Tarnowska, the mainspring, of the Venice shooting drama. The persons, besides the coun tess, chiefly concerned are, it will be remembered : •"Count Kamarowski, a wealthy Rus sian, a widower, and In love with the Countess Tarnowska, to whom he handed an insurance policy upon his life for L20,000. He was shot in bed it, is alleged, at the Instigation of the countess and one of her lovers, a Mos cow lawyer named PrilukofC, in order that they might get the insurance. , Natimoff, a young .Russian, another lover of the countess, and murderer of Count Kamarowski. Prilukoff, who abandoned his home to follow the Countess,' and with whom she is alleged to have arranged the mur dei plot, promising to marry him on its success. Kaunioff: was her dupe, and did not eytii knotv ofme.exis...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLD FASHION REVIVED. OLIVE OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

OU) FASHION REVIVED. OLIVE OIL. ■A woman traveller in South America declares she has discovered why Span ish-American women have hair of such gloss and blackness—glossier than their cousins of old Spain, as a rule, and of a richer black. Olive oil, says this lady, is the secret. She learned in the course-of her sub equatorial jor/neying that n, nety-nine Latin beauties in every 100 oiled their hair with the unctuous product of the oil, and that the hdbit accounted for the. beauty of their, tresses. It wa3 easy to understand, she re marked, that olive oil darkened the locks, and no one familiar with its nour ishing qualities would wonder that it gave new strength to'the hair. , Olive oil Is new to niost women as a hair tonic. "Dally Mail.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VIBRANT WIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

THE VIBRANT WIRE. By SARA JOSEPHINE BAYXiES. In its niche in the tiny hallway, the telephone bell began to ring violently. It broke the dark silence of the Diace, and brought Miller, who was smoking in the dusk, out of his reverie with an angry start. He rose, hall felt his way across the room toward the hall, and the light leaped out suddenly as he reached the electric button it the door. The hall, like every apartment in Mil ler's snug quarters, was furnished with every convenience, not excepting the in evitable telephone, whose bell was at the moment punishing itself with a deafen ing clatter. Miller took down the re ceiver, and gazed meditatively at the wall-paper. "Hello," he said. "Is this Madison?" "Yes." "Is this Mr "William Llndlay Miller?" "It Is," said Miller, and his eyes lost their meditative stare. The voice was a woman's, and it was1 unusually sweet, with a soft magnetic quality that pro voked an instant interest. At her next words Miller stiffened with surprise. "It'...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIED AFTER HIS SERMON. A VICAR'S END. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

DIED AFTER HIS SERMON. A VICAR'S END. The Rev. 'Alfred Love who has been vicar, of St. X5aul's, Greenwich, for the past' thirty' years, fell dead im mediately after the service yesterday evening, 8th September. • Mr Love had been- in failing health for some time past, and although feeling indisposed attended both ser vices yeuterday. In the evening dur ing the service ho spent most of the time in the vestry,; but.insisted upon preaching the, sermon, which, he did with great impressivoness. ' . - When leaving tiie church Mr Lovo fell to tlie ground in an unconscious state. I-lo was carried to the vicar age, .where it ' was -found that life ,was extinct. . , . . The text of Mr Love's ■ last sermon was taken from the xlii. ,Psalm, :2nd verse, " My "soul'-thirsteth for Clod, for the living God. ' When shall X come , and aDtiear" before (Joil ?"— " Daily Mail."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADY'S PERFUME. CAUSES A FREE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

I«ADY'S PEBFUME . CAUSES A FREE FIGHT. A lady who had perfumed herself with musk has been the cause-of a fight in a tranrcar passing-, along the Berlin Potsdamerstrasse. The scent was so strong that some of the passengers were almost overpowered, and they did not conceal tlieir annoyance. The lady's male escort showed resentment at the uncomplimentary, remarks which were passed, and a free, fight resulted be tween the lady's champions and those who objected to the odor of the musk. The conductor was obliged to stop the car, and call for police assistance, whereupon the whole party were taken off .to the police station. It is understood that some legal actions will be the outcome of the fray. One' paper,, commenting on the affair, says that as the scene Is laid in Ger many, it Is not impossible that a new law may be framed fixing the maximum extent to which a woman may be per-' fumed before becoming a public nuls ance,— •"Lloyd's Weekly."

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO SAVE A CAT. GIRL RISKS HER LIFE. AN AMERICAN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 8 April 1910

TO SAVE A CAT. GIRL RIS1CS HER LIFE, • , 'AN A3IEH1CA.V BEPORT. The crowd cheered. It was a fire which broke 'out in Singler's home bakery; 238 Thirty Fifth street, when the thoroughfare was crowded with Sunday night saunterors. - - . With the usual curiosity and the usual . speculations, the crowd gath ered. The firemen fought with tho usual bravery. The fire increased with the usual rapidity. There was •no special excitement.. No thrills. No lives to be saved—apparently. Among those who stood well out of tho way of the• damaging spray so as to protect their pretty Sunday frocks from losing" their starchy stiff ness was a girl about 1.8' years old, Miss llose Murks, 3029 Calumet avenue. She chatted gayly with the other members of her party. Then' she stopped talking. She moved nearer the curbstone. One foot daintily shod, rested in a very dirty pool of water. Unattended and without warning ■ she ran across" the street, Some looked at'1 her, then up at the win dow upon which she gaz...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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