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Stud Sheep Sales. LOW PRICES PREVAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

~Sti;d Shssjs Saiss. LOW PBTC3W riJEVAir;. At tho aii:iual slier^i s.-ilvs in Sydnoy. Jfossi-s. Hill Oiarku aw*! Co.. in coujnr.o tii-u wifli Pov.ors. ltulbo;-f,ii-J and' Co.. offered a ?number' of merino rams :ind owes and 'lon^woijl rams id Oiradar Gauv. Thci-o was a fair ationd jance, nut uia sheep sulr.i-.iiit-d dul uin I i:.'i-.ine ui- lo tbe totals of former year*.' jOompetition was unythin^ liut.keoii', ;*Jind' j slow syjos rosultod ia oxcf.piio'nally 'low j pnci's Wilh -the pxr-ppii;-ii ,,f tlip'gcouo I merino ram lloyal .Sfrafh. which Mr. E. j Slartin seourpd for 2;j-'l guiiH';;-', none nf i the shcop roacln-d three- fiwiiivs. Kivos ! again m^t with more Niippmt *han rams, j j p;\ aecoant nf Jlessrs. Ciark Urothers, } Wnvorfon. (.'avg-o . Piuil nra, P..' Carter 13 guinons ; stml ram. 1?. Oartor, lo g-uindas': stutirav.!.-!!. Carter, 1 1 giiinca.- ; stu.l pwp, 11. Cjirter. 33 guinoa?; -V.u] mvc, A. L. MorrisiJn. 27 I guineas: stud ewe, A\ 'L. Morrisoji, 15 guineas. Avovnp;?:...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Townsman. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

?? A TavsnSman. Wo are pk-aseii to note that. Mr. 3Eaf: . llvryer, proprietor of the Junction Hotel, lias returned to his office of dif neusiiij; comfort to the thirsty, after a stay o! several months in Sydney, whi'ie Jie lias been for the purpose of consulting- an oy-- specialist Mr. Divyer has for some liaie j:ast been suffering from an affection oi Ihe eyee, but it is gratifylug; to hear that Ibcy arc now iaiproviag- wonderful! v, ' } ,...;?? .''??? ??' -?- '? ^

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

xvoitxce: i WILL BE COMMENCED IN THIS JOUEN4.L. WEEK ATTER 1VEXT, — THE — ? Mystery of a Moon light Tryst/ Bt IZi DUFFUS HAEDY. This is a well-conceived and well-told serial story. The principal characters depicted are high spirited and honorable in the best of senses. Domestic virtues are brought into prominent play, pathetic passages alternating with gladdening ones. The author ia known to many of our readers, and is rapidly growing a favorite both is England end America. 4S* We have purchased tbe sole right of publishing tbe 'MYSTERY OF A MOONLIGHT TRYST' in Australasia, and issue it with firm confidence in its power to interest and entertain. It will ran from week to week till oonolnded. j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

'! 'Local : Directory '''- '' ' '? 'VEvrgpxri'R. ' The '' Canowindra Star,'— n fair and impartial organ, which takes no party - -side, but strives to givo accurate infonua ifcion on all subjects ; a local paptu wliioh ^i£s entitled to the support -oil all w.oll Syiskei's of -the district. AUCl'IOXEEUS. Jdbaa JTiiin. -11XKKS. Conftsereiai Danking ^Cempa&y of Sydney , Limited. -&iu linger — V. (UJatcniord. JW.ACK8MITHS AND WlTEELVKlSarS R Ayrloii J 0 Marka F Williums. CiiEM'rs'r. 'Canowiudi'tt Dispensary, 3JU]LDUl;S W H Atkinson 1MKER8 M. Coslfillo. ' DUTCH EUSr Goodacre and Graham. T. L. Kirkland HOTI2L XFEriSUS M Dwyer, -Junction-Hotel -J II Marshall, Victoria Hotel SADDLEltS J. B.Newland ; -A'tkimson ]3ros IXBUllA&CR .AGENCIES. Liverpool, aud London aud Globe Fire «.nd Life.: — J -F Finn. STomncsEPEiis T.Finn 0. 1'oyd. UJOJEETAKERS J-tPMnrka W Atkinson. '» woor, and rnoDtrcE buyers . .T-Breen

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]astal and Telegraphic information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

postal and Tstegrspftsi; iniertKetien. , . Gl'FJCE lio&JlB. P«st Ofiwy cj)«) 9 a.m. to (5 p.m. , Tologmpli Oilioo open !) a.m. to 811.111. Money Order^jLiOy from 0 a.nf. lo p m. Saviugs Bank open daily from 9 a.m 5-JJ.311. Postal Notes (Sale of) during .post oflii'o hours , dashing, dining money Order hours. J , Note. — AH offices aro closed during sorting of mails from Sydney at lU.'Sn Sun. daily. .. jiiimvAT. of mails. Prom Sydney GivPsO. and Woodstock, idiiily at lo-3o a.m. Cowra Tuesday, Thursday aud Eatur tifty at 1 a.jn. Eugowra, Tuesday ajid Saturday at 1.30. p.m. . Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday aud Satur day at 1.30 |i.m. Wnllii;i.-dii*r-!im*r.n, Wtcr.ci.daj aud ?Saturday at I, p.m. ? Goolagoug. Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwood and Burdett, Mefida'y, Wednesday, and Friday tit 0 .n.iii. ! l)nrjU!TUHE oi- Wails. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at 2.45;p.m ... ' .-.-.,' :. Go v.-i-a, Monday, Wednesday and Fri -3.ny at 11 a.m. Eugo/ura, ? Monday and Friday at 1!. sGtti-go,Mdiiday, W...

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

?.????? Is it a fact that civilization has not yet eradicated savaire ir.stir.cts from our na tures ?— that which leads tohidiag behind ? a tree to «h-ot nn enemy or to sit in se curity and watch the carrying out of. a Ijrutal [leifojinauco with pleasure. What would bo the impression formed in your mind of a crowd of supposedly rational men ' soohng two youth on to fight about nothing? Would half of tho-e present at such a £co;;n.$'iind if thev thought there w«s a ? possibility of someone 'looking for a . pif(;o of them '? If they 1 hi uk at all, is it p~sjible they ir.ii cougraliilate tliemselvcs upon their wisdom or their !:uv abiding qualities? - 'Wliat woukl bo (ho cnurse -ct acttoR tok«n V Uie crowd it the tvro priiicipals^?) wero smumoucd or if one had received fatal injuries? In the first case would the crowd pay tho ihio ? and in tho second would all those prest-nt, uiulvr the circumstances, bo p;uiiiy of murder ! If iho 'sonhid ' on this ocaision will in future decide to gi...

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

.- ?*?? j/£5O; REWARD. . BATD by the 'Undersigned for informa ? - : ? ? tion that will lead to 1he conviction ?of any person STEALING CATTLE or 13HEEP belojigijug to the Bangnrbo cr Cciioinodine Eams. ' ' : '? ' . .?: hamilton-osboene. i, J. If. ATEimCN. ^APARDQ Tar Fire V Earmark Sheep f£ 7 ^^Z-^ ^Cb^ -ttle -%% ^^ ? -'-?- ^CONOMODIME ?\ 'Sheep ; ?Qfr*'if C^ .-.?'?? Cattle -X- CJZ? ? . _; ? tlarses ,-X- ? ? \|^ferey lofeliiseo, - - ??-.''' Eewsasent y-?7iV ' ? ' ' Fancy Goods ,-yiC Music ||\ and V 'I EcekSfeHsr. ^Jicst liranda Pipes, Tobacco, _ Oigats j)'nd.Cl^-ai'ettesalw«j-» on hand at lowest Slices I Age- 1 fiov Itercftntile Mutiinj AesU Tance fv'sr«ty sad Ateherfej' -uid $)a ivsod JTcaJyt i^liautt. Suclal ItpSlsr Flsisr llil CAKOWIffiBSA EEAHCH. Wheat -ertBisd m any quantity FLGITE,' BEAN, & POLLARD. ALWAYS ON 1IAKD. ? ) L.KfRKLAfMD. AGENT. . FuMfa iotlee. .! PH.E-LFS'&- G O,, BCOTfi/^KERS, E'SC., CJSEOKTIKSR/, Atk!»san Sros. SaeJcSScry Fs^at-t. A Trial eojicitod...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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POETRY H.M.S. CONDOR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

POETRY H. M. S. CONDOR. The Secretary of the Admiralty Btates that the widows, orphans, and depen dant relatives of the men who were serving on board His Majesty's ship Condor should apply to the Admiralty (Greenwich Hospital Department), in order that their claims to assistance from the funds of Greenwich Hospital may be taken into consideration. (' The ship's books are closed.' — Ad- miralty'i intimation to the widows) Toaeed and flong on the gleaming swell The rim of a Condor cap to tell That a hundred and .twenty souli sleep well Afar from the lights of home. Never the sound of a trumpeting breath Shatters the silent air and eaith How they stood on the deck* and dealt with death far from the eyes ofhomt). How they fought their way down tie tem pest's elope — While the widows clung to the fretted rope. And donbt was fed on the hneks of hope In the darkened rooms of h«me. How they grappled their ship and held her fast Thro' the screaming waves and the raring blast. How they sank -...

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

Sparting Keles. VoViowinT-arn top weights £or flip var ious ovi-uts ia eouiKHitiLm wilh lho Yrc .1.0. Si-quenco ? 10 3 JJaislor ? 9 12 ?Sir Lilian! ? 0 9 r.iotboit ? 9. j JJ'.innie (,'iiicl ? ? 9 4 ? . USonovc ? . ? ... 0 1 Talaur ? S 13 Ellirijjliain ? 8 12 Ain;iier ? S 11 rndu.i.iud ? 8 'J ]'V-rri'!iinn ? 8 '.) Cuih-il ft^tos ? 8 9 MKI'llOPOLTTAN. bTAKICS. -Wailful- ? 10 6 Pan Fran ? ? . . ? ? 10 4 jU.-iI.sUt ? « lJ SiKjucneo , ? . ? .... 9 9 Sir JiOiinard ? 9 5 I'.luo Mui.il ? 0 4 Klmlvi ? 9.0 ? ? » ? f\ i\ Kingliko ? 8 13 '(.Vituleon ? ? ? 8 1:1 ?Ifoatliolf ?.-...?????. ? '? 8 IS lionule Chiel ? 8 12 ralmor ? 8 9 . Anstratirtii Colours ? B 9 United States ? 8 3 Amiiier ? -8 3 MELBOURNE CUP. S:in Fran ? 10, -5 Wa:i'f.il . ? ? 10 5 JJulsk-r ? ....;..,.... 0 10 -lly.i.ot U5 ? 9 5 Ko.etCo'. . . ? 3 a Sequvnco ? - 9 -1 Sir Leonard ? ^ . 9 2 JSlue Mttal ? ' ? 9 2 Khaki ? 3 i King-like ? .- ? 8 IS ?Palmer- ? ? 8 13 Gauleou ? 8 12 ? Luckno* ? 8 f2 Haymaker ? ? ? ? ? 8 12 Victory ' ? ?-....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] By the 9-15 Express, [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XV.-(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

[?] e -; [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] By {fie 9-15 Express, By Walter Wood, Anthor of ' A Captain in the Fusiliers,' ? Barrack and Battlefield,' &c, &c. [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED.! CHAPTER XV.— (Continued.! 'Then that accounts for his trying to put the blame of Bryden's disappearance on me,' said the guard ; * and it explains what he did at Mornington.' 'Tell the doctor,' said the station master. ' all that's happened to yonr knowledge; then I'll relate what'e been done here Bince you left ua.' The doctor listened carefully to all that was Earn by the officials, and he pieced the accounts together at the close. 'What was done was this,' he said, looking for a moment at the Eleeping figure. ' Darton — that's his name — got clear of the asylum. How ha did it we don't yet know — I am a member of the staff of the asylum, as you may have guessed. He got to London, and haunted Kind's Cross, as he's passionately fond of trains. He saw Sir Bryden a week since go North, and travelled fo...

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

VifaidStti. A vovy pr.'tty wed !ig took pl.icc hi ihe (.'hur':h of iia»-lajid Foi-i^.i last; woc\-, wlinn -Aliss Louisa HurUelt, chlest ,liiii;v!iler of Jlr. llunry IiurkrUl late-of Oar^.i was united to Mr. J. 11 Killilin. oi1 the Oia:i^i- survoy uill.w1, tli« H?v. Mr. D.anston hoi'iijv tin- olfiuiating- clei'gyiuaii. Tlin h.iji?y diugle left by tlio night twin Co.- Sydney, whwe1 the Iioneyiuoua will bo spent.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Adrift in Antarctic Seas [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Adrift in Antarctic Seas, [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] Br MRS. JAMES SUISTED, Anthor of 'Dr. Brian M'Arthur,' &c. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER I. 'Hallo! Stevenson, you're tbe very man I wanted to see,' exclaimed John Chapman, ai he shook hand) with a tall, fia« booking man, near tbe post office at Wellington, the aapit&l of New Zealand. ' Ak ! anything new turned up then ?' asked hit friend. ' Yet ; I have just received information from our afent in Dunedin to the tffeot turn* tun \^it*r«Bcc. witn a imxea cirgo us board, leaves for Tasmania next week, calling at the Matquarie en route, to leave provisions for the people engaged in the teal fisheries tksre. So, if you are still of the same mini about seeing the islands on your way home, this ib just the very opportunity for you.' 'Byjtvel now luoky, eh ? But what sort of craft is she, Chapman p Of course, I don't mind roughing it myself, but my wife has to be considered, you know, and I should not lik» her to be uncomfor...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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WHAT SALT WILL DO. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

WHAT SALT WILL DO. Neuralgia of the fert and limbs can be cuibd by bathing night and morning with salt fad water as hot as can be borne. When taken out, rub the feet briskly with a come towel. Two teaspoonfuls of salt in half-a-pint of tepid water is an emetic always at band, and is an antidote for poisoning from nitrate of silver.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Traveller. JAGGER'S SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Traveller. JAGGEtt'S SYSTEM. STnTKANY men have broken the bank fllXJP at Monte Carlo, but their large ?HFfJk winnings, as a rule, bave ulti mately turned out te be mere temporary loans, for seldom indeed have any of them departed richer than they came. One man did so, however, and whose same was Jaeger's. He came from Yorkshire, and waB of a mechanical torn of mind, and therefore concluded that, if he could only nnd it out, all tbe wheels would have some weak spot — that is, they would be inclined . to indicate certain numbers oftsner than ethers. '/With tha aid ef a staff of clerks ke noted the num bers, and ultimately located the weakness of each wheel. Then he began to play on these good numbers and to win steadily and persistently until be was £120,000 to the good. The management ware in despair, for others followed the redoubt able Jaggers, and they caw ruin before them unless they could stop him. They did discover his system, and changsd tbe wheels every nipht front table to t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Postal Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Festal Regulations. The Mlowing-postal rpgulations Came into fdrco on Monday last— Fur let.tsr's posted lato. to bo delivered within tlie Goimnxiwoalui. a suroharg-e of Id ismaile. Wholly 'pri::i.?d circulars will-lw train niittcd as Iiiilisjrto, provided each cover is in.irKcci ^' pobieu. Postage gtarajis, iu good order and in strips of -not, loss than two. will be repur chased nt the Sydney GT.O.. nt their fnco Viiluiv'less a dis-^nuat oi 10 per cent. Un.ibliterated caibijased postage stamps and lettor ami post cards having imef fiiced-etamps will also be purchased. TJlie rat i-a -for pare.'ls posted i'or d«-- livory in New ?Puuih AValos will be— Up to lib Gil. ovcrv addiiioual Ub up to 11 lbs 3d, ? ' '

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

Humour. Mrs. Lakeside : ' I keep the phot ographs of all my former- kusbands in my dress ing-case.' Mrs. Palmer-Potter : ' I see ; you make it a cert of matrimonial bureau.' ' How she iBurt love him !' ' Wh» do von sav r,h»f ?' 'She wears the mest unbecoming hat you ever saw simply because he likes it.' 'Sosio says she wouldn't marry a bald widower if he was worth a million.' 'Why not f ' She says if she has; to have a bald husband she wants to make him bald herself.' Pearl : Charley Lavender got left when he tied ribbons on hie eane to look swell,' Buby : ' In what way P' Pearl : ' People asked him if those were samples of what he sold at his counter.' Sao : ' For goodness' sake I what do you think of that voice r' He : ? Fino, fine I' She: 'NoRieme. It's absolutely un intelligible. I can't make out a single word of the Bong.' He: 'Thafs the beauty of -her voice. You haven't read the words of that sang, have you ?' ' I once invented a dying machine,' said 4-1- ~. l.l.AnnVt'lnl man ...

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

Rdvsnus Rs'.urns. T'io Tii'vonao for tlm Snftiii-ial year end ing .Mn;;'.!:iy list, sluws an iucreaso uj)on la^t year. Tii-.- to!:il am )unt rnceivod was £11. I78.J81, n? «Diu|iarod wish £10,71)14, '23:3 last yenr. b.»ii-g an increase 'of £3.jS,J43. jLhff i-etiirn i'r.w! tiie O,nn!ii--inwoalih to ll.o Slate for th-.' yo ir wa; £2,3S5,!)'J5. Stomps t.iiis ye.ir reulizod' i'ii.15,817 : 1-ist ? ypiir liio ainoiiiit. was £lib,'J-j3, tlie iiiuroaso bt.'iug i'78.Slj0. Land tax rocfipts were £#)o.7-l I. C.i;i twisted wiih £i02.l;}3, showing aud iu cr.'iise iif £iO,5jS. Fur iiu::mio tnx t'lerc was received £J!!2,-!-J'i ; kit j-oar the sum was £22i,~ ?IL'l, tiii'ro being a docreaso of £10,030.. Lnn-1 revenue receipts amoanU-d to £2,05']. Li ! : tlio annuat recoive.l -la?t your w«i £ J.I 1-8,753, ui.iking a decrease i-i £3.1, ill 2. The railway rerrnuo ? was £1,390,951 : last year tho sum -ji' £4,1.58,01(1 was re ceived sho'.vin;-- an increase -of £'232.033. It. is expected that the expenditu...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Sketcher. THE OLD BANK ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Sketches THE OLD BANK KOBBEBf. ' ?w^rvBK since there have been banks a -!rvV P°r«nnial contest has been going JL^JHj* Jh between the burglars on the one eide and the makers of burglar-proof appliances on the other. Far % very long tifije now the Chubbs ann the Milners have bad the best of it, and managers and directors of banks may on that score rest easily at night, reasonably certain tbat tbe safes will not be dis covered to be' cleaned out ' on the mor ro w. It has been asserted that Berne of the mnuf effective aDnliances have reallv been invented by ingenious cracksmen, poB seBaeaBed of exceptional skill as lock smiths who have discovered that that is a better and laoro certain way of making money than by lifting it in the form of plunder. For the truth of these stories it is impossible to vouch, but the older method h.PS fallen into tbe hands of in ferior scoundrels like tboee who a year or so ago rifled the Pott Office at Birken head. Becent events connected with tho Bank of L...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Death of an Old Resident. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

USiib cfafl Old llazitiant. Tiio dontli of one flf 1ho oldest resi il.-^ms in .tin pOKuu o! Mrs. ^.Di-ovvu, took pluco at her rrsidum* AVuUi on .'..'-..ji iay t.-jst. 'i'iiu funeral, nt which Jin vU;\: oi'iln.-tdiMi'iut, was x-.'pri*sont(?il tool; V,].!co -ii VVedni'sdiiy, tho Imdy bnin»- in- (i'1-na in i.iiti \\'«ili eeiurtory. ?-.. -Sorvi«es wei-i? coiiducfc-d in.theOhuiv'li of EngbinA Wnlli prior til ' interinunt. The ltuv. A. J Gavdr.er oiiiiiated.

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

Varieties. — * — Klondyke is not only a gold, but a fur country. It is said that dark people are multi plying and the fair dwindling in number in Euglaad. A Dover fisherman named Gatehouse h«s made a remarkable catch of fine mullet. ? His nets caught nearly 1300 fi«h at one haul. Nearly 300 German doctors ask that the burning of the bodies of parson? who die of oontanous disease should be made oniigatory. A One-Inch Dictionary. — A. curiosity in the shape of a photographically- repro- duced miniature book haa been isBued by a Birmingham manufacturer. The book, wbioh is a dictionary^ is only If by 1J inche3 in &izs, but is bo clearly printed that with the aid of the lens provided every word is legible. Cured of a Heart Stab. — A. remarkable cure ot a wound of the heart waB related by Dr Fontan, of Toulon, before the Academy of Medicine, Paris. A young soldier received a knife etab which pene trated the left ventricle of the heart. The wound was stitehed up, and after a few da...

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