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RHUBARB PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

RHUBARB PUDDING. Butter a deep dish, and fill it with alternate layers of rhubarb, peeled and cut into slices, and thin-bread and butter; pnt brown sugar and grated rind of lemon with the rhubarb. The top and bottom layers 'must be rhubarb, and a few bits of butter, and half a cupful of water poured over the whole. Bake well. Serve cold ia a glass diBh with whipped cream or custard.

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

Housekeeper HOUSEHOLD BINTS. tfp3|f-AVE egg shells and use them to JpNU clean bottles, vinegar cruets, and Apjj carafeB. Put the shells away in a convenient box, and when ready to wash the bottles crush the shells up fine, partly fill the botilee with them, pour over them hot soapsuds, shake well, and rinse. To take ink spots out of mahogany apply spirits of salts with a piece of rag until fha ink disanriAArR. Fresh paint marks on clothing can easily be removed by rubbing with tur pentine or paraffin applied with a bit of cloth. If they have dried on, rub with a mixtnre of equal parts of turpentine and pure alcohol, and clean with benzine. Water Bhonld never be used on burning paraffin, for it only spreads the flames. Flour thrown upon the flames will in stantly extinguish them. To polish patent leather, take a pint of good thick cream and a pint of linseed oil. Mix well together when lukewarm. Well clean the patent Jeathar from dirt first, and then rub it over with a sponge dipped ...

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

GEO. [MARSHALL, AilCTiflHEER AND 8EHERAL ESTATE AGENT, WOODSTOGK, Flotioe. THE Public are requested to Icindlv note that PARCELS to be delivered L-y me must be paid for beioreiny taking delivery. J. W. FORRESTER, Mail Contractor. W. R. Earker^ Co,, AUCTIONEER. STOCK, STATION', AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. - .CANOWINIHU. gLIEXTSJiaving Stock or Properties to disposeof will-find it to their Advan tage to CALL ON U.S. Buyers are also most fairly and LIBERALLY TREATED. MONEY TO LEND up to any amount on approved security. AGENTS for the World Renowned Clyde Engineering Co's Machinery, from ?a small Plough Share to a Tmctiou Enginn. GIVE US A TRIAL AND BE CONVINCED. DON'T FORGET— W. R. BARKER & Co., Csncwindrs ~Death.ttt. Rabbits:'' CALL and INSIIECT the Pearson, Meadow Bank, Ringer, Tosciau Perfect, Simplicity, Reid's, Dison Goulds, and Hudson's PO18QP4 CARTS. THE CHEAPEST and ' ONT.Y EFFCTIVE METHOD of deaUne with RABBITS. 8 PRICES PROM— ~ HOLTE&CO. Cowra ISachlnery De...

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

Woodstock itsirss Pr.onn-Kss T.rEErrs-a — The usunl fort nightly HH?iil-ing of the Woodstock Pro a;i-o-s Committee was held nt J. Marshal Is If. ill on Tuesday, Ju:ie l'ih., 1.1i12. then; br-in|v present Messrs L. P.ir c.fll ('nV.aii-1 M O'lirien, T. Goodaord, T. rii'il, J. iilaislrtll, aud E._ Begloy seerc t ii-y. Tiio minutos of thn previous meeting vr--n- ren:l and adopted on the nuiliou of M (J' Hi ion seconded by J. MarslmH. The correspondence was thi'ii ivad and l-pceivGi] on tho motion of J. Marshall ki C nded by M. O'Crien. The secretary was instrujtsd to write 10 t)i(? road .Superintendent Cowra re cloarina; a ]iovtiou of the mad loading fi-oin Piue Mt. towards Uarbys Falls. Cn'iied. Tijo meeting ihon adjourned.

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

Ssnjer r^anafacturing C). Anoth-'r imprcvG-.iient has been made by iliis g:eat cauinawy in tho 8ing«r family find dros^inasinj; inachine. The iinprovcmeiit applies to the shuttle, which is on the oscillating prirC'plf, anil i\'s into n cu ?, and is pressed into position by a spring, when tli^ in-ichini; is then quite ready f -v work. The groiit aslvautago of tliis machine is 1h.it it saves so luuith til in? in i. e wont voonii T/io bobbin wh--n (illod-Jasts iindKi-iicaiSi while n rcol Insts on tup. This is an improvemmit which the c.-mip.my Iris bdMi niming at for somo ytars, and has nt last achieved. Tiie uiacli n ? is on view at tho company's showroom, Itowick-street ani tins public ii'. o cordially invit id ' t - ill paot same. Thro : t! o '.sand of tliosa macliinns hnva just been htiilod in Sy.liiey, aid ara now being distributed to tho vai'iou* olli-;ci-a throughout the Commonwealth. The company hav3 m America a staff of the in )st skilled mechanics, whoso tim^ i.* fully occupi...

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

Personalities. ris said that the young Queen of Holland is a total abstainer, and has persuaded her very great friend, Princess Pauline of Wurtemberg. also to become a teetotaler. The only other known teetotaler among monarchs is the Sultan of Turkey. Nelson was 39 when he won the victory of tke Nile. Wellington was only 40 when he opened the Peninsular war. Cromwell was 46 when he won at Naseby. The French Law Courts have annulled the marriage of Prince Robert de Broglie to the Baroness Deslandes on the ground of its being celebrated clandestinely, and without the consent of the Prince's father. The ceremony, which was per formed at Peckbam on Nov. 27 last, the parties giving their address as Brockley, was a religions one, and the Prince's counsel, Maitre Labori, declared that the young couple would always consider them selves married, whatever the court might decide. ? A link with the old ChartiBt movement has been broken by the death of a London shoemaker named Samuel Bartlett. H...

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

CELEBRATED DIAMOND JUBILEES. No event of tbe kind which formB the title to this article hai ever so much meved the world, perhaps, as the Diamond Jubilee celebration of the accession of the British Throne of Queen Victoria, which was kept by the English people some years ago. But the event is too recent to seed any description here. Two other monarchs since the Conquest in Europe, have celebrated their diamond jubilees. One of these was our own George III., who, nevertheless, did not reign fully sixty years, lacking some few days to complete that period when he died. And the other case was that of Louis XIV., of France, who still stands an easy first in the record of long reigns, since, having como to the throne when quite a child, h » remained there for the truly wonderful period of no less than Eeventy-two years. Sixty Years Vicar on a Pabish. But it is of other kinds of jubilees that we would speak in this article, rather than of Royal ones. Four years ago there was kept at the v...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

[?] *' [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] By I&e !M5 Express, By Walter Wood, Author of ' A Captain in the FuBilierB,' ' Barrack and Battlefield,' &c, &c. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.! CHAPTER XII f.— (Continued.) ' He isn't likely to let it get out of his own sight,' said the etationmaster. 'Can you communicate with him before he reaches the end of his journey ?' 'Notwithstanding the crippled machine, we can,' said the stationmaster, signifi cantly. AUU UQ IJBU VT1LC bU J-UU I ' Decidedly,' answered Cotton. 1 He won't return yet awhile P' 'Not unjeas he's found out something very extraordinary,' said the Btation master. ' Then he may come soon r* observed the passenger, and witu this he proceeded toBtreteh himself on the couch, using his bag as a pillow. In a moment hn w»b to all appearances fast asleep. 1 You get back to your places, now,' said the stationmaster very quiecly, ' and seed two of the steadiest men from the goods department here. I'll watch till they come,' 1 If,...

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

POETRY LOST YOUTH. Sing, till the glad world wake again. The Bweet, glad world of long ago. Where sunbeams slide athwart the rain, And wild winds eet the seas aglow j Sing the old songs that held the ways Enraptured ia the vanished days. Sing, so perchanoe the swans may glide O'er their white shadows, as of yore, And far along the brown hill-side The purple heather glow once more ; Sing-, for the heaven is dim and strange, And all the earth hath goffered change. Alas, no song hath now the art From out the dead past to recall The joy of ear an-t eye and heart That made our lost world's coronal. The sweetest song man ever sung Hath not tue power to make ub young. -D. B.

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

Fi-32 CarrJ3ao of Kavvspapsrs. Tlio fotiiuvjnr sfiv.aih-s of Mr. .T. E. Ducey.iu iho Hnus-.i a:id thp fuel tlmf they wfir.) religiously IiiImuo;! by thi» Syduov ? laily pvcis tlu-ows some light on the abuvo subject. — Mr. D.iV-uy states that 'The JJ.v'li/ 1 Tds:/,-aph .-iloin-, if it jj.jjj tho r;ite ii .»hotild ji.iy according to the by-laws of the Kiiilway Commissioners, should pay i'3'JJO a your for truinage. . . ? The ltailway Coinjnissionei'4 quote one ^rarler ordinary jiai-col rates for 'nowspnpisrs. ile was not. ^oing to ask why newspapers, any inoio tur.n fiats, sliould pay only quarter rntes, though it would be a very pertinent question to ask why -the mer chandise of one man should be carriel at out quarter of t!ie rate charged for the nisn.-liandis? uf another man, prce.i:niiijf tho charge is by weight. . . . Their newspaper proprietors have tin ir -?oodK taken by train free. The newspaper pri prietor at lioinke has to pay 13s a ctvt. ou his raw muterial. That is what the...

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

fflolong Rabbit Board. F«ill'?wi:ig arp thfi nominations for seats ou tho Mnlong Habbit Batn-J. Tiie elec tion will take i plac'e-nn 5th .Tilly next in tlie Moloug Sohool of Arts-: — Riehard Hunt, grazier, Yoorooea. Obloy. & Jacob ^fathews, farmer ' The Farm ' Peak Hill. Richard Edward Moore, farmer, and grazier, Frisby, Cud.-il. OJiaries Josflph Edward Palmer, graz ier, Liiuestono, Pavltps.' Lmcelot Noel Ssnith, grazier, Boroe Station, Chfosemau's Cieek. lioberfc Scott, farmer, 3Iount Esk. Mechnn'. | Thursday last was nominition dav, and .it no.m Mr. Finch exhibited the nnmes at the school of Arts; baf, no interest was mnnifestoil in the proceedings. The foliowiuir inforinal nominations w-cif) also were nlso received : — Frazer Elmsiw Giiurchi!!, grazier, Brymedura, MauilJra. Koceived too late. Itoberfc Gusf.ivus Glasson. fanmr and gr.izier, D.!vi'S P'aias, Cuditl. Oue nominator not on roll. Evan Ij-?wis .Tnjses. f irmov ;n 1 m-nzior Rosene.itb,JPoak Hill. Oae nominator! no...

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

Cranbary. (From our C.-rr-\sn.indenM _ The adjourned meeting re Eab bit Elec tion was resumed on Saturday night last. Mr. J. j^ N:ish was voted to the chair. Mr. I?. L'. Moore h-uid.»d in a communi cation he had received from tho liowjin Park Progress Co-nmittee stating tliat thoy Iiarl selected Mr.- R. G. Gkssin of ' Davius Plains ' «s tlioir candidate, and asking consideration of tha matter, as th*y considered too many caudidates would cahse a split in the -votes' iind so lesssn the chance of securing representa tion on the Board.* Mr. Moore stated h? had replied to same to say that he loft, the matter of what he should do to th° .meeting. After a little 'discu.Mio.-i Hip meeting resolved on the motion of W. J. Moore, ot Lockwood, second.-1 by W Fisher of 'O.ikloigh.' That this meet ing propose to support all nominations of tue Farmers and Sutlers Association, and Uu-y filiil support Mr. R. Move, and thnv ask tho Bowan Pmk CommiUee to co operate with this centre in the support of ...

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

Costly Garsnation Parquisiiss. In return for tho duties which have to bo performed at thp Curonaiion there arc some perquisites to bs h.i 3. Th) Aroli bishop of Canterbury will rocoivo tha velvet chair on which he sus duviii^- tha ceremony. With this will go the cushiou and the footstool. WJuever hm t!i--- honor of being L)rd Great Chamberlain will have 40 yards of crimson voivot for a robe. His right feo also inc:ud.i.i ths lving s bed auJ his bedding aud the fnr niiuro of the room in which the lung has slept the night before tho Coroimiim. To thesa things are addeil the Kiusrs wearing apparel and the P.oyal ijight go-.vn. Tiio Lord Great Cnam'ierlain usually contents himself with tha 40 yards of velvet au J accepts tlie su-n of £200 ns compensation for the for the rest. The Daan and Chapter of Westminister have SO.'llG renomnonsn fnr +--.?» ,'...t,,..- ,-, iouce caused them. They are allo-ve;l robes f x the D.-an and his throe chap lains and for sixteen of tlio clergy, a:id ?he mo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Maize-Feeding for Bacon. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Maize-Feeding for Bacon. Some time ago in an article in this Gazeti* ou 1: Pig feeds in their relation to liaron,' it was statetl that too much maize in the dietary produced soft bacon. Wherever this quostion has been syste matically tested tir1 conclusions are tiif same. Tint is while maize grain is most | useful fodder in conjunction with other! groins, milk and pasturage, it is not a ' dcsirealile fond in irsnlf alone wIipii the production of commercially valuable ba ijuu is uuuru m. In German v pork and preparations of it in the shape o£ sausages. of which, the variety is endless, may be regarded as almost the staple meat of the people, and in the rearing- of the great number of pigs required the Germans have been in the habit of importing large quantities of maize from the United States (something 3ike 50,000.000 l»u-hols annually, accord ing to one statist ial authority). The fstct has become apparent that notwith standing the low price of this fodder, the results sir8 not sat...

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

Wool and Produce Report. The Australian Woolbrolcers Associa tion report as follows for week ending June 21 1902. Wool The past week has been a particularly quiet one in this market and very few transactions have been completed since tho receat auctions, Supplies nre greatly ?^reduced and consist almost entirely of town and country consignments of scoured including' a large amount of skin wools and although the {-Mro.s ruling a fortnight ago are not now available the rango of -values now current is a very satisfactory vne. Pkodcce. 'Sheepskins. — Full supplies were for 'warded and good clearances wore effected *it unchanged values. Hides. — Large supplies wero forward, consisting chiefly of Queenslauders. Au easier market wns experienced through out particularly noticeable in (he case of light weights. Tallow. — A dull raarket was again ex perienced and a further fall of about 10/ per ton has to been recorded. Fiirskins. — Market unaltered for kan garoo and wallaroo, liabbitsmove ac...

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

GonBr;'. ?J.r.vs. F.ir ''hrom- ''hest Complaint «, 'Woods frn-at Pi-pperui'ii1 ''iir-». !s GJ. A Koebm-nu (W.A.) report, tintes rhat an old pros;n»Htor monad Williams \Vil linms unearthed ;: nugget at Fi'inndlv Ornak turning tliQ scale at -lOOoz. Friendly Crock is situated about 100 mill's from lloeburno. Suvei-iil sluo^ recently been found in this locality, but of lOi) nwnon tho ground tho grmit ma jority are meeting with absjhik'ly jioth Hlg. For some time runnurs have been in circulation in Sydney as to intended ncli )ii uf the Australian Jjakey Club in regard to the appoiiitmnnt of stewards within thfi metropolis, it being even stated in well iufurmad eir.-les t.'mt s-i- pendiary stewards would be appointed Tho reform does not go so far* as that, but a circular letter has been issued, inti mating to tlie secretaries of clubs that anyone having any monetary or pro prietary interest in any nice club, or who is a paid oiibial, is not to bo included in the list of stew-n-ds submitte...

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

For Children's Uncling Cough at ?niu;ht, 'Woods' Great Fepjienniat Cure. , .Wed. !

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Gazette Notices. REVOCATION TEMPORARY RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 27 June 1902

Gazette Notices. KETOCATIOX TEMPORARY' Lnud District of Molong. — No. 20,-632 f tr water supply, notified 4th May. I«94. Cjiinty of Ashburnham. parish of Bell, containing- an area of 40 acres. The The Crown Lauds wiihin the following boundaries — Commencing at tlie ^outh wo?t corner of portion 9, parish of Bell : ?jnd bounded thence by part of the sout'i boundary of that portion east to the south boundary of that portion ea?t to the north-west corner of putlon 16 ; thence by a line in jn;t foraiing the west portion cf that boundary and por tion lo south to mirth boundary of por tion 139 ; thence by part of that north hou'idary of that portion west to the Xorth-w3st corner ; thence by lines fortn iug die eastern side of a road 1 chain wide northerly, to the point of commence ment.

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

Pope Leo XIH, Pope Leo Xltt w.-is bora March 2, 1810, ordained priest December 31, 1837. Consecrated Archbishop February 17th. 1843, proclaimed Cardinal December 19, 1S53, elected pope — the 203 successor to St. Peter— February 20th, and crowned on March. 3rd, 187S. He is now senior bishop of the Catholic world, and has seen 137 bishops die since his reign began,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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LORD LANSDOWNE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

LOED LANSDOWNE. The Foreign Secretary ib one of the great ones of the earth' being the twenty siith baron and the fifth marquis of his line. The first marquis was one of) George III.'s Prime Ministers. Lord Lansdowne is an amiable and decorous gentleman, epruco and 'debonair' — an epithet the more suitable because he is half a French man. He was a Balliol man and (of course) a favourite pupil of Jo we tt, who aeany loveu uu arwwiviauu ucugxuxg. He married a daughter of the first Poke of Abercorn — the 'Duke* who figures eo largely in 'Lothair' — and many of the in cidents of the courtship and wedding aae commemorated by Lord Beaconsfield in that romance. Lady LanBdowne and her sister the Dnchess of Bucclench (daughters of the first Duke of Abercorn, are among the few really great ladies who are really exclusive, and in India Lady LanBdowne was an ideal Vicereine. White of egg brushed over a burn re lieves pain ; or it may first be mixed with lard.

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