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A TOWN UNDER WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

A TOWN UNDER WATER. On Holland Island, in Chesapeake Bay, is the queerest town imaginable. Tbe ocean tides regulate the whole life of the place. At low tide the town is in full activity. Business, society functions and schools are then carried on. But when the flood tide sets in all people and children scamper for their homes, regard leBB of the time of day or night. The cause of this peculiar arrangement is the fact that the town is gradually Holland Island, which UBed to be a body of land rising high above the water, has Bunk rapidly in the \aat few years. Its principal streets are flooded at high tide. Only the houses on the high central ridge of the island are above water. When high tide occnrB at four or five in the morning the affairs of this town go on much the same ae in any other town. By six or seven o'clock the water has receded from the streets and the shop keepers open their premises. At nine o'clock the children go to school and the women go shopping. All are lappy in ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

At ilin oinl of '\f-iy fhe indoMs'dn'Ws of tli«» R':if-» of Xe\v South. Wales vras £71,0i4,72i.~-'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ladies' Column ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A SPRING CYCLING COSTUME [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Ladies' Columir ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER Bt MRS STRANGE BUTSON.I (Ajcl Rights Reserved.) 1 A SPRING CYCLING COSTUME MT^KILL be appreciated by those of lMuJuPf my kind readers who are de yjffej|!9 voted to that healthy exercise. It is wonderful to observe how very different women ride a bicycle— some have so graceful a seat, others sit like a Back of potatoes, or as if they were going to pitch forward the next moment. Like dancing, a novice in the art should have thoroughly good lessons as to Bitting and every movement, bo inaii .uuu uinjr num. her machine gracefully, and not use that ugiy motion which makes a woman stoop from side to side as she goes along. In France, cyclin? costumes are usually Bhorter than in England, but the design given can be lengthened to taste. Various materials are suitable for thiB purpose, but the nicest is undoubtedly a thin cloth in whatever colour is preferred. This should be chosen with a view neither to suffer from, nor to show dust, therefore amongst ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Michigan has decided that tor judicial purposes an oath administered by tele -hone is binding.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIDNEY TOAST. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

KIDNEY TOAST. A nie» piece of buttered toast, 3 mutton kidneys or halt of an ox kidney, loz but ter, a few drops of lemon, a little salt or cayenne. Out the kidney up in very small bits, and put it in a imall pan with a very little water to stew till it is quite tender. Then take it out and pound it ia a mortar with the butter till it is a smooth paste. Add salt and cayenne to tatte. It Bhonld be highly seasoned. Spread this on the bread, and put it in the oven a few minutes to gat hot. This is a delight ful breakfast diih.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Kenni[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

The KsaniSfa. The brothers Knnsiiff, v.-hn have for so l.injj d.'fu'.i tlie offiorta'of tlio police to err«?i.-tii e:i;iluro wore tr.i Tnesdiy mD.'i inj isrrestiid abiut ?- mVw.s from Mitchell iu ;i san:l.il-wi):id s.-ruVi, by constable Task-o.i- ai-.d parry. The outlaws wore s-.ii^irio-.'.l i:i their cinij) before gunri^p, tlu^pMiio.' ajipr.iiic!iiiig n'ilinv.it tlitir lio A' and i-if.Ttci a rapi.ni-e. Tiiere w..;i:o four jioive; siuil up ready saddled near by, throe wiih sa-ldlea on whilst :i third hovsu a pack sal.llu. Ujion ibo outlaws beiiii C;i!1lm1 upon enm'udi.-r thi-y iir.:ur-.liali;!y ra-i away, «:ve with'iut avius. whilst th' ofiio.- haVa Uy - i-:fl w. T«'-- 'f t-iie lui^e.? w.ji-e sh-t by \\\n p.jtv:« T!in. police c:ia-ol I'litrick- Kouniff, wlmhad nogloe tc.l to tiik-- his riil', sii-.d lired shots ;it him, but lio Ml before being h!t,_ when he wis iniiniMli.ittily c.tptui-Pii. Constable 0;;v.nb {..Alowed' J.iv.ins Kenniff,- who -CdH.fd liut tlmt iio would sni-ivn b-r i...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

GERMAN BISCUITS. Half pound flour, £lb butter, Jib sugar, half teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1 egg. Put in a basin the flour, butter, sugar, and cinnamon. Mix and rub butter among all the other ingredients. Beat up the egg and make all into a firm paste with it. Knead the dough very well in deed,' just as you would oatcakes. It is better to use either fine eastor sugar or Boft yellow sugar, as if the sugar biscuits hard and rough. Now roll the paste out rather thinly and cut imto rounds with the top of a tumbler or rcund cutter, and pat them in the oven to bake till thay are hard and crisp, but not burned. When ready stick two together with a little nioe jam and put over th« following icing ; — 41b ioing sugar, a very little water or a tew drops of lemon or orange juice. See that there are no lumps in the sugar, and put it in a small bowL Put iu a very little liquid, water or juice, but juet a very wee drop, till the sugar is just wetted, It might be about the thickness of thick honey. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arbitration Court. A.W.U. v. M.S. and S.H. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

ftrbilraiic-n Court. A.W.IT, v, M.S. and S.TI. Mr3rcl).mald, M.,.-,.V, s.-c. A.AV.U. appoaroJ for appiii'a'st Mr 1).} Li.ss:i in structwJ by Mr. Alfred. Uo Lissa, for tin? rosp.Hiiii.'/it l'n;-i:i. ' The president for the Arbitration Coin t (M.V. Ju-stifO Cjhou) g-avo jmlgo myiit as follows. Tiiia :s an application by tha Austra lian \\ri)r';oi'a' Union, for tlic Ciincellntioa of liin oortifii'.iio of tho SIrtchine Sl'.'-aivrs .mil Slind Emnliivoi-'s Union. It hud beo:i hoard bffc.re tho Ep-ristrnr, and h-.id a|i:ip;iriid that iho rcgistrnliou of t!io Machine 8ho..i'o s' &s., \J:-.i-n\ should be cauctilicd. fl« h i .? a jiplied to this Court for i4siu£.'iui'iell-i{i--:i. Tlie grounds stated by ire as fo'.Io'.vs : — ' Each of the iu iiif trial HJiiom rol'i rred tu is registered! niVier tbts Act, the Australia!) AYovlsers' Union prior to the d.ite of ivgislralion of tho Sfiicliir.e Sitoarei-s and Siif.l lItn piovec -i (jnioa: ino.*viis;riiiiun -- orKcr :? Union intorcsls the s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Humour. Thare was an old tool-cbast up in the attic, which had belonged to daddy years ago, and Bobby and Jack were anxious to be' allowed to have it, Please, mother/ said Bobby, 'may we have it P' ' I'm afraid if I let you, yon and Jack will quarrel over it,' said mother. ?Oh, no, we won't, mother!' oried Bobby. ' You needn't be a bit afraid. Z won't let him touch it I' Miss Kittish : ' Rsally and truly, Miss Elder, did you ever receive a proposal of marria ge.' Miss Elder: *eWsll, I'm not married, am IP' Dolly : ' Don't you wish you were a man, Johnnie r' Johnnie ; ' No 1 'cause then I conldu't get into the cirous half-price.' Molly i ' What's a memory V Betty : ' The fing you forget wif .' Husband : ' Mary, bow you're in a good humour, tell me why you don't blow up the girls as you do me ?' Wife : ' Oh, there's a very good reason for that— they won't stand it.' 'There is bnt one kind of rock that grows/ said the schoolmaster. ' Can any of you mention it f ? Yes, sir,' [replied th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Belmore. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Gs'^iora. (Fi-om Oar Corresponppnt.) Xt tR pionsni.ir to now tiint tlie contrae t'V3'nr/- nnkiii.-? ri'intlinr ntr*»m;it to com «lf-te tli*' sinking of the local well, and it is to bn hoped th-v will complete it with ont anyMnom stoppages. They are now putfinir '' tisnbfir instead of bricks ss was at fir1'* J!itend'»i. and with tliis they should have liWle -YdTi --ulty i:i mniplntinif ' tli' work sii i. It is fiiarel th-? timber will prove injurious to tho water, nnd many of ilia re?i:]^ntK-t-5prr-K* dissntisf.'.c tf'tii at 1iio '.substitutJon' of timber for, bviok. Great ci-i*dit is duo to thnsc gen- : jl^niftn who lorik. the matter first, in ham!, anil \rhpfli!-r 1'uiPtl -niib brsnVs-ov wool its utility will bo beyond question. A vfivv ?enjova'blp surprise part v was liM-.l nt Mr. A'lf. II-irsfalls on Thursday niphf l.-i-!'t wlifM a vr-ry ji?/-ne.ini: lime was s-nwit. T!vs' visit ivs turno-.l up at about | S rveliisV. ami a? snon a« tb? 100m ?was clwiiwil dasicin' whs cimmnnce.i. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Farm and Garden ORIGINAL ARTICLES ANGORA GOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Farm and Garden ORIGINAL ARTICLES ANGOR4 GOATS. efJTVNGORl goats thrive best on bush SMS land where there are plenty of jfljg sprouts, weeds, and other vege tation. They seem to prefer that kind of surrounding to 'good grass. During the winter period they may be fed on ordinary roughage, with a little oats or wheat bran, and occasionally a few roots and some brush to nibble. The only shelter required is a dry shed, which will protect them from rain and boisterous weather, aa they do not seem to mind the oold weather. The pasturage or locality that they occupy Bhonld be such as to keep their feet dry, for, like sheep, they will not thrive on low damp ground. Pure bloods are always white in colour. The fleece obtains a higher price than wool, while the peltB make excellent ruprs when turned. Their droppings enrich the land in the same manner as the sheep. They are great climbers bnt not inclined to jump, and a tight wire or board fence, about four feet high, will prevent them staying ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket in England. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Cricket in Enslsnd. Followih? is a list ..f m-stchfs and their results played by tho. Austi-alian X.l.al 1 prosont 'toiiriiiHT E igl.iud. Iu ;ilm.i?f | every nntoii so f.ir rain lias spoilt the hiliy. spon/y wicliets b-Mng llie oi-uor of iilw'day. — -fuy.5, G. 7,;Lo!idoa County, ?.lvawa'— Australia 117 nn.-l 7 for 2!:). London County 235. May S, 0, 10, Au.stvnli.i:i bv an ianings au-.l 1 runs. M-:y 73, 13. isii-l 1 1. Sun-y. Australian bv an iiillin*? and 7S run=. ^lmv 15, IS. 17. lisses— d:-ir.vn ; Hs-3X 17S-a:id L» for 13, Australia S for 2 19 (mnings clnsol). JfaylO -2:.), -Jl. Lciii'Storshire, Ausira Im-.is bv r ' wiL-k-.-'ts. M.iy 22, '23, 21. Oxford 'Uaiv-nsity, Australians by an inninsrs and '-1 run--.. May 23, 27, 2H. ir.O.''1. and G-i-osm.i, dra-.vn: M.C.O., 2i0 ami 8 for 231!, A'istT-alians 271 cu 1 3 for 217. ?tr»y '2:.K 0'i, 31, England at Hir miiigham, abnmlonpd ; Eri^hiud 9 for u7(5. AtistMlin 35 nnil 2 for 47. Jim.? ?-, i). Yiir^s'iivP, Yorkshire by 5 wickets an 1 3 r...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

WcsicySYj. A meeting oi tiio n oslevan congrega tion of Nyr;i!)g Creoii took placo Oil Saturday last when it was decided it) tender the pvusidont of the 'Wesley&u Coiifdronco, wlio is to pay this district a visi* at an early date, a picnic. Tho rov. gentleman will lecture in Ihe evening.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Honesty the best Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Honssiythe tnit Policy. A peculiar r-ase ot ' Imsr hitten '' has wine to light in connection with th' i»--m- -aken from the Ann-tie S.ipphire Fiel-Js in Queensland. Fur some rime jmst raiders r.n these Golds hn.ve been in thu linbit of 'raltinp''-parcnls of sn^jihiref \ritli cnlorlpss stones Irnovrn to them ns ' -wliite sapphires ' and considered hy ?them to be valueless. According to the : * ' ' ioport, the buyers 'did not object s;; long .is there was not toi) many of tlioiu and ihuy were of f,'ood quality and shape ; they Could be pheed amongst lh:- s^con.l cliiss stones.' 7Tpnn inquiry at tin; lii'li! every obstacle was put in tho way of iho eiiuuiror as 1o the stones being obluine.1 but {subsequently s nnpk-s of nil stones Wore submitted l-- Queensland (jovern niont. The ' ' fat was th.r.i in tho fire' for tho miuevs discovered that they had. been sending diamonds to dval.Ts ;is ?'white sapphires '' to bo graded as 'second class stones.' One .specimen of this ' whito sapphire' ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

??.frozen Meat' has now becomo ? A Jjirgfl extensive tmdn, Tho ex^wrls yield a decent sum ? An industry is m.ide. To f ret-zn is not a plensnnf thin j For Biankiii-l to cn.ln:-o. To l-c-P'i out r.oM we nil should c'inn To WooJ=' Great P^emi :u. Cure.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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CORONATION POSTPONED. GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT, ILLNESS OF THE KING. Sydney, Wednesday, 7.30. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

COROMTiO^ P0STP3KD,. GBE.VT DISAPPOINTMENT, ILLNESS 01? TEE tflNG. (15v TEhEGUApn.) Sydnev, Wodnesdav, 7.30. Tlie King is ill with poiityphliiis. When operated upon a largo abscess was evacuated. A second operation was si C -essful. 11 is Knjesty's condiliou is iio«r satis [actory. The covomtlon lms been indeSuitely postponed. Toe latest bulletin signed by tho five doctors attending- tho King states tint his condition is satisfactory, but a ream* deseeuce of tho trouble occurred on Mon day night, when an operation was fixed for Tuesday afternoon. The announcement of the Kings ill ness caused great consternation in Lon don. Tho King lias exprefsnllrs rogi-'t thai all the celebrations in London 'inus1: be postponed, lv.it hopflf that ail dinners to the poor will be carried out In the Housa of Commons Mr. Hiilfo announced that the operation had been performed on the King most su CJssfully. XI- \\ « - UlUlUfll 1IUI U UtlJOUIIL Lilt! House iu order not to c.invi»y an csaggei'= atcd idea ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY HER INDEPENDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

_^^ . , ? A ' ? ^f*» - HER IHDEPEHDEHGE. A commonplace scene namely, a garden, with the usual quantity of June roses blooming on every side, and the orthodox wicket-gate, at which two quite ordinary young people were standing with the gate between them, -while the man asked the * girl a very common question. ' Will yon marry me, or not F' he de manded, with some heat. There was nothing very loveriike about the manner of the asking, but Gregory had given that style up some weeks ago, in oraer, as fie thought, to conciliate his moBt practical and unromantic lady love. Bnt in vain. f ' I don't want to marry anyone,' said 1 ' Janet Lane perversely. ' No, don't fly off at a tangent, Gregory. It's not you I object to. I — I'm quite fond of you, but I don't want to marry.' ' Fond of me !' he echoed fiercely. ' I i can't see where that conies in. Janet, you're enough to try anyone's patience were they the very saints, and goodnoaB knows, I don't pretend to be better than most men. But you k...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Yariefies. A Ku6sian does not become of age until he is twenty- six. The eggs of a crocodile are scarcely larger than those of the gooBe. Bailway travelling in Norway is cheaper than in any other European country. It is estimated that foreign tourists leave more than JE13,00O,O00 annually in Italy. A New York man won temporary fame ine oilier aay Dy eating ninety apricots without stopping. The average age attained by wild horses is thirty-six years, and at that period they are comparatively fresh and vigor ous. A physician declares that people who Bleep with their mouths shut live longest. When a mosquito has gorged himself with human blood he dies within a few hours. The Mexico dog has no hair. The hot climate makeB such a covering super fluous. Most of the business houses in Mexico are cloEsd for an hour and a half in the middle of the day. The rough part of the Atlantic Oceen is between the fortieth and fiftieth paral lels of north latitude. Indira widows in Sitka go into mourn i...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Ways of Living. A GAOL BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Ways of Living. A GAOL BIBD. ^K2K kCK some time in the late eighties cl-g£[ I broke into a first-class shop in ?mS» the cantre of the city and got entrance in my usual way throuch a skylight. When I got in there was a dog in the place, and it came to wards me growling and yowling and shew ing its teeth, bat made no attempt to bite me. What was strangest of all it did not bark. It was n big black retriever dog, and I never saw an animal in my life iu euch a swither how to act. It seemed to know that if it barked a certain result would inevitably follow. I con tinued to talk to it in a friendly way, and nothing could stop its growls and snarls I went right through, the whole shop, and the dog followed me close at my heels, and seemed to understand thoroughly what I was abont. I would turn to it at intervals and pay, ' Good dog, good dog,' but there was -no wag of the tail, but a continuous display of its huge white tusks gleaming in the darkness. The shop, bnt for the light from the s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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RICHMOND MAIDS OF HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

RICHMOND MAIDS OF HONOUR. (Curd cheesecakes).— There are many recipes to be met with under the name of cheesecakes, whioh aia ia reality only n trit«i nt ornamental tartlet. The above claim the honour of being the only kind deserving the name. To prepare: Have a quart of milk, one tablmpoonfol el home-made rennet, or two it bought, two ounces of fresh butter, two ounces of pounded sugar, two yolks of eggs, two penny stale suonge cakes, or half an ounce of grated bisoo.it, the grated rind and the strained juice of a lemon, or sub stitute a few drops of the essence of lemon, a grating of nutmeg, and, if liked, a few currants. Fret make a paste and put aside in a cool place, then warm the milk to make new-milk warmth, add the rennet, and let it stand by the side of the fire until tbe curd is quite firm. Strain and preBS out all the whey, and press the curd through a wire sieve; should this not be at hand, put the ourd into a basin aud rub quite smoothly with the back of a wooden .spoon...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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