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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

HamebuSh Fat Stock Salss.. ''. Or. Moaday lart 9,500 shepp were penned, consisting principally of medium and light descriptions, with occasional pens of prime : there were few erossbreds forward. There was only a moderate attendance of buvers present, and as the supply vwas ample for immediate rso^uire ments, bidding lacked animation, and ^rlces*6r other. vthati good to pi-itue lots were lower; while the better qualities. although selling at high values, were not quite equal to the extreme rates ruling last week. A srntdl supply only of J lambs was forward an.l the market Etood without'qMofable change. Prime merino werliers 20s to 2:N Extra 24s to 47s od ' Good 14s to 15s 6d MsMiiamSsto 10s Gd Inferior 7s to 7s 6u G-onJ shred wethers Ms to IGs Medium 9s Gd to Us 6d Inferior 7s in 8s P-j'me merino fires 13s to Hs Exrra lo= to 17s (id. ('rto-i. S- to Us ?ilelima tls 6d to 7s 5d. In'erinr 5s to r.- !5:-i-in- sh;-p-3 t-irf-s IC5 to '7s '*Tn ; rifuo :md Ifavv 25= f.i 30s 'tfeJ:i!Ul 'Js t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shooting Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Shootirjs Accident. A pa'.nfii! acr-idont hanp^n^.I to Master E. Craw-ord. so.i of Mr T. J. PraVfoH. I ! on Wednesday la-=t. It wo-ild a^pnar i i that whilst sho;.itinp: \ri;ii a psfi-vifw !se \ I lowered the hammer of. the weapon w'.iilst | | a cari:iiigc- was still in tho breach at the i jsam? ti'iie lowrine- th.-- muzzle. The' : f-iro.' wi'.h which ?'i*- hainnvi?- ,1p-.-,-.,,.i^.,1 I jo:;p;,ide:i the car;ri,\;.--th:-'b;:'::p;entertnj Itiio :i:uspl-s of :!:- !.-f? 1,™ hoUxv the : !{!!?'?». Tbc lad wa- iv.:i-.v-l-!n;.»ly bwissht ;t:- O-atioiv-^.lr,!. u'l-f Dr. Bavios attcn : -lei to sh? i;;j«:v. Ti.e bullet, how^v-jr. ! j upon tin? w.iimd bej^ff proV.--.i could not; ', be located, and it was fotii.d necessary i 'to take the pi'iont tn Buliurst to have i him placed under the X-rays. Mr. ! Crawford, accsimpanvinj hi? son. l?fi ' town on Thursday tc proceed to Bathurst. j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Illness. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

tltnoRs. We regret to stits that during the week ilr. A . liliiclifos'd. mnuager of tho lowil !»ra:;c5- u£ i lie Toinmeivia] Baukinjr ; Cu-.n;.Kin_\ -i ^y.Hcy has :-.jo:i sufforino: a a sc-v^.-i-e iii'^rk of innuenza, which has r,--v.-::i\:i:o,; his tr.kiua: ta his bod His : yu.ee ;n t!i.; i'ui.,1 mis in thn msaniinip ; !-;'fii occuj-.ii'd iiy JJi-iifvinj-OS'icer Tlogg |-V.'o .ir;. pi- asc-.l co state that ^ff. Bla'ch fvr.il ha? al:ii.-st entirely recovered and v. ili slio:-:'iy rosutne his duties in thp ban!;; Jir. G. Peek, local postmnster, has :i!so for several days been off duty through indispnsiiion, the. post-office in the meantime beinj carried on bv re lieving Ofil:-er Wall.'' .-Mr. Peek resumed duty ou Thursday morning.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Woo!. Wincicotnbe Carson and Ci-. Ltd.. report : — Th-? chief item of interest -hh w==k is the opening- of th# L*-r..-lon -J -,;ly S.i!.?=, : to w]s:c:i the trade has been ».?--.Viha hir- \ war.!. n:e nGw- j!i-+ w nan-t nt t'j- ! T!ffit=rf writ-K? dTScJcuos liP. advi^rp of! from jiir to o pi-r c?rf in sii graces. «f;' vrool r-vi?«at c-iars? crw?biv.,1s \rU^i ?i ?»-,-.»; devliaM 5 i-.^r p^ht. Th«? v^'-r'-ir- u s'-tsfi^'.ry in so fnv us it t.:rsd--.' i?i;;ifv j the ,-?? rSi io:ice xhicn Syduev buvA-s ,!:?!- [ played in tlie iaiurs prospacts * cf the 1 2 Id 'o- swi'ed fie»c?. and 201 f-ir *1-iuwn;-l .ir:- -,;{! our resor-is.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Rise In Chaff. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

A Rise In CMaff. ! A sudden rise in chaff took place on ' Wednesday eveuitijr last at ahnuf R .'0. j the 'maia fac'or being Mr. M. J. Finn j and q gpnil^imn of unknown i^l ?ntirv, ! It hupiene:! thus. At aoo-it the titUr' i staNv-1 3fr. Finn went .to ths horsey.ird for the pin-pose o&eeintr how the fininiJils. which 3'.:id not loai had their chafing! von them, w»re eating. Not .heai-ing-' the u«uol familiar sounds nnd the ui»ht lia ing dark lie ' decided .upon a 'closer ia spetticu. He ivnnioiliatelv discovered the reason, irhich was that a sHadawey lorm was busily engaged ? transferinnf 4li-s contents of the various feed 'hoses tea bag. Mr. 3?snn iniinwliately endeavored . fc- make a capfuro but the figure, . with ?wh.'.t chaff it already had in its'pnssession .'rose -to tlie ocflasiftn and ?vanisliwl over [the fence, thoaeli Mr. Finn ?'pmr.iised. ;hlma niiarire of shot out of a mythlc-a! ! g-jm. Mr. T. Finn in this issue advertises ;a reward of £5 for information -which wi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SPOTTED MUSLIN DRESS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

A SPOTTED MUSLTN DEESS Among tbe summer materials are somo cool-looking cambrice in butter-colour, and some charmingly pretty flowered washing silks for blouses, which make up effectively Rkh collars ind vests of laco, or with laco yokes strapped across, dia mond fashion, with nnrrow ribbon. Voiles are aleo to l.bra foru, a Paris areSB being composed of lavender-coloured voile, tuck«d nver the hiD3 and at the hem, and r«H-wi'd by an olegant garniture of ecru-tin'. mi norrow guipnve in a floral device. Tho bodies waa tucked at the shoulders, thn vnile filling loose and full to the waist (over which it drooped), and showing --e(woi?ii IVio frnuts a full vest of tucked white chiffon embroidered with violets. An abunoance cf spotted muslins and cambrics are boin^r shown by modistes, and for utility commend me to the blue or mulberry .coiour -d cambrics spotted r with wh:t«, which wear really well and are the perfection of coolness. The muslins are even prettier. One of these muslins is ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NOVEL SACQUE COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

A NOVEL SACQTJE COAT. As a wrap for cool days nothing meets with such general favour as a sacque coat, which appears this winter not only in cloth but also in art linen and coarse grained tusBore silk. Of the latter material is the original of the little coat, ekotched herewith, composed, tho collar being trimmed with cut-out, heavily pat terned lace, applique on to the collar; and the ooat throughout showing a trimming of stitched bunds of glace silk, deeper in colour than the coat itself. Eound but tons of light filigree fasten the ooat at the left side, and are also stitched to the points of silk on the rigbt. In canvas-coloured art linen a lacqne of this type has great charmB. The lace on lie collar might be substituted by em broidery with equally good effect.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farm and Garden ORIGINAL ARTICLES STRAWBERRY GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Farm and Garden OBIGIKAL ABflCLES \ STRAWBERRY GROWING. '3 fT ie deemed advisable to always pro- 1 pagate from ideal bearing plants. 1 First, they should ba grows under fl the best natural conditions, usually fl in hilh, and have special care, be kept a under restriction, and protected during' M the winter by careful mulching. No oae Fj should think of growing plants for a pro- M pagatin? bed in the Bold with those to be ' || fruited. The field nlanta should be sot is jl the spring, and while tillage is going on fl a careful watch should be kept for tho-te n Bpacimena which may show Buporior I qnalities. When eueh is found, place a '? numbered stake by it and mite a scale |j card, noting its foliage, vigour, and 1 freedom from fungi, Biza of tea crown, 1 disposition to throw out runners, and in a tho autumn whether it has well developed 1 fruit bude. In the spring those showing Jl the highest scale are selected for restric- m tion, and as Boon as bioBsom buds appear, :| about one ha...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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THE DEPUTY-SPEAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

THE DEPUTY-BPEAKEE. The Rijtht Honourable, J. W. howbher, M-P., the Daputy-Speaker of the House of Commons, is one of the men who can count oa tho unanimous goodwill of &11 parties in the House. Mr. £owther knows probably every membei of Parliament by name, »nd his services as DeputyChair man may be regarded as Mb training for the Speakership itself some day. He has an excellent Parliamentary., experience, and though he has presided -over- the House ou madly awkward occasions, he haa not suffered any Iobb of popularity. Mr. Lowther belongs to the long list of barristers who have never practised, and he has many other distinctions. He is a. Fellow of the Council of King's College, andoi tho Boyal Geographical Socwty. In politios, booideB, the Deputy Speaker ship, he has been a Charity Commissioner and Under Seoretary for Foreign Affaire, and the representative of Great Britain at an International Conference at Venice. Lowther la a name to conjure with in Cumberland.. His cous...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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PEERAGE ROMANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

PEERAGE BOMANCES. What names has tha Peerage of Poverty added to the Peerage ot the liealm 1 The noble family of Norman by takes as back to a broken but resolute timber merchant who in deBpuir made off to try his fortune at sea. And the ducal house of Os borne was founded by a certain cloth worker's apprentice who was so daring as to rescue a child from the Thames, and so aspiring as to win the hand of hiu master's daughter. The great Iiansdbwne family have also their foot in very common earth. Will the world ever forget William Petty ? and how, after being a sailor he became a physician, and how ha restored to life Annie Green after she had been executed and hung by the neck for half an hour at the onii of a rope ! There are scores of examples to prove the aphorism of Pope that ' Honour and shame from no condition rise.'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEES IN THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

BEES IN THE ARMY. From Russia comes a suggestion to tbe effect that honey bees should be tried as military messengers in place of homing pigeons. It is ur?ed that forsnehpnr p9S8t they would be preferable to birds ia more than one way, inasmuch as they oould hardly be intercepted, and it cer tainly would be out of the question for the most skilled mwl-anuui tn hit cn»h -, carrier. As for their size and small GarryiBg.povrer, a bee could transport a great di*al in the shape of documents, if the latter were transferred by raicro photography to a minute piece of paper. This piece of p&per might be fastened to the inBecf b back, and on arrival of the lifctlo messenger at its destination the writing could easily be enlarged. The homing instinct of a bee is as strong as that of a pigeon, and its method of finding its way to ita hive is the same as that whereby the bird gets back to its cote from a great distance. It riseis high in tha air, being- thus enabled to survey a great ext...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Varieties, jg5flpi?T Altdorf, where, according to the »Me) legend, Gcssler's hat was set up igObt in the market place, tber* in a coloiisal bronze statue of William Tell. Czar Nicholas has established a fund of £50,000 to relieve journalists and authors in distress, and to provide for their widows and orphans when thev die. Female letter curriers have been in stalled at Aachen, Germany. They wear black dresses with yellow trimmings, and black glazed hats with yellow ribbons. A mustard-pot which does not require tbe nse of a spoon has been Invented is Germany. The mustard is supplied tarongh a little spout by pressure ol n spring. The Grand Canyon of Arizona, the greatest known, is about 200 miles long, upwardB of ?,00Oft. deep, and at some points, from rim to rim, measures tun to twtlve miles in breadth. Elephants have only eight teeth— two below and two above on each side. An ?tlephant's 'baby teeth' fall out when the animal is about fourteen years old, and a new set grows. Lake Mo...

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 — 11 July 1902

Humour. When does a youner lady treat a man like a telescope P— When she draws him out, looks him through, and then shuts hjtn up. ' He is the silliest fellow you ever heard of. He writes me twice a day.' 'How absolutely foolish, Nell' What does he do the rest of the day P' ' He says he spends it in reading the letters I write him.' ' No,' said the married daughter to her mother. 'I have no ides where or how he spends his evenings, In fact, he is like the lamp— his goings out leave me in the dark.' She : ' Am I the first woman you ever loved P' He: 'Yes. Am I the first man that ever loved you ?* She : ' Ton are insulting me !' Eva: 'How did yon ever bring Mr. Slowboy to time ?' May : ' Strategy. Last night, when he got up to go, I said, ' What do you pro pose?' and paused. 'Well,' he stam mered, ' I — I propose to get married if you will have me,' and, of coarse, that settled it.' Mother: 'So you enjoyed your walk Sate. Did you go all that distance aloneP' Daughter : ' Oh, yes, mamm...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DR. SMILES, LL D. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

DE. SMILES, Lli D. Dr, Samuel Smiles, tho venerable author of ' Self-Help,'' has in his old age suffdred a heavy bereavement by the death of his eon and namesake, Me. Samuel Smiles. Out of the profits of his niont famous book Di: Smilos built hia notably house at Fom broke Gardens, Kensington, where next Deceuioer he Bhould celebrate his ninetieth birthday. Yet bo long us thirty jenra ago Dr. Smiles received what scorned to bt. a summons henco. It came in a stroke of partial paralysis nt a time wheu, in addition to hia work ss a rail way socretary, he Wi\b preparing his 'Character' toe the Praaa, and editing his son's ' Boy's Voyage fijand the World.' In the intervening apace Dr. Smiles has had to suffer the loss ot one after another of those nearest to him, who were then filled with anxiety for ids own life ; and hia friends everywhere will now sym pathise with the dietiaguluhod veteran ia uis great grief.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HERBERT SPENCER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

HERBERT SPENCER. The grand eld man of philosophy, Mr. Herbert Spencer, attained hiE 82nd year recently. He has always made u, practice of declining the honours which academic and other bodies have desired to bestow upon him — feeling, perhaps, with Carlyie, when he received the Prussian Order of Merit, ' that had they Bent me a quarter of a pound of good tobacco, the addition to n»y happiness would have been suit abler and greater.' The son of a clergy man, Mr. Spencer has been in turn civil' engineer, journalist, and philoeophar. All his writings have been translated into French, and many into Italian and Span ish ; wnile his work on education haa ap peared in Hungarian, Bohemian, Polish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Greek, Jnpaneie, and Chinese. In 1882 Mr. Spencer visited the United States, and the following year he was nominated a student of the French Academy of Moral and Political Sciences for the section of philosophy in the room of Emerson, but he declined it. Mr. Spencer iias fo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personalities. NOBILITY AS BARGEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Personalities. NOBILITY AS BiKOHEMEN. sJJp|5MONG the many distinguished fejMJL?) foreigners and colonists', King ^fKy Lowaiiiki, the paramount chief ot B&rotseland, is surely the strang est. He is described ae being an en lightoaad potentate, with v' quite English ideas.' One of his ideas hardly seems so English as it might be. He has a great State barge, which is rowed by 80 rowers, all men of rank. The Prime Minister himself haa to ply an oar as one of the 80. This is, no doubt, most English and athletic, but the costume of these noble bargees is not yet adopted oa the Thames. The unfortunate Prime Minister has to divest himself of his Europoan clothes and take his place with 79 others clad like himself with tiger skins round their loins and lionB' manes on their heads. The barge in which these statesmen row ie: decorated with stuffed figures of elephants and giraffes, made by King IJewanika himeelf of calico aud cane. It seems likely that King Lewauiki, and his Court coul...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Housekeeper. LESSONS IN LAUNDRY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Housekeeper. LESSONS IN L4.UNDRY WOEK. ^T&KASei. all plain muslin and lace in tfUyufr lukewarm Gude made with best Qjllfejfid white soap aud hot soft water. Squeeze them about through the snds — never venture to rub them, as they do not bear rough handling. When they look clean, rinse them in.pure warm water, then in cold, in which they should be allowed to remain till the starch in ready. If, howevor, after the first wash ing the muslin does not look very clean, make some freoh suds, and let it soak therein for a short time. Make some hot-water starch as de aeribed for blouses, allowing a small dessertspoonful of raw starch and a bit of wax the size of a bean, to one pint of boiling water. This proportion is juet right for lawn handkerchiefs, lace collars, muelin pinafores, and all the 'everyday' varieties of late. _ Squeeze the lace or muslin out of tbe rirtBing water (wringing and rubbing are alike fatal), shake it out loosely, drop it into tbe hot starch, and allow it to...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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SHORT STORY Diary of a Doctor; 3 Days [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

[?] Diary of a Doctor : 3 Days I October 24th, Thursday. — Couldn't I write ai-y more last nig-it ; waB too full I of the fact that I had feund Bosa. How I surprised she was to ebb me ; and she was f glad, too — I can write that now. i There were the traces of tears in her presty eyes when she opened (he door to me. ? You P ph« faltered, with a httln gasp, ? Yes, I htt-je found you at last,' I cried, ' and I will not let you go again ! I have heaps to say to you, and I must tell you -i- all that id in my heart, Boss.' She bluahod divinelj. t-- 'I can't ask you to come in,' she said, , ,- blushing still morn deeply, ' I only have . ,'-;, the one little room.' .-' i ' It in a (rloriono nijrht,' I said, though I had iboujjat very differently but a few minutes before. My renaark was (he prn , . v face to persuading her to don hat and -f , - actet. '?'jp I waitedfor heron thedark landing, and -;'£i- 'n a minute or bo she rejoined me. Iu WjS three minutes we were on the top of an fflt omn...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

General E!ewg. A shooting accidont occurfpd at Goui burn on Sunday, resulting in iho death, some Lours later, of a boy named Frank Ifield-, aged about twelve years. De ceased, with some Companions, was nut several miles from town, and one of tlin others, miuie'd Jjabbiugton, is reported to h.avd boon carrying a small bore riile en his shoulder, the muzzle being- pointed to tlie rear Deceased was following, oud b^' 601110 means the wo.inou was dis charged, the contents striking Iik'ld in the head. Two men, one of whom was wh= 'lin^ ou a barrow a stolen safe c:-ntni:n'-i3- £53, were captured by a number of i-m'.Ln.-. m Eoehesler (Vic.) early on Monday uii/rn i^g- . Mr. D. R. Hall. M-.T. A imKnii^roKco.l a circular letter to ihe Farmers' and Set tlers' Association iu the State, asking their co-gperatiou towards converting the-lond iu the Central and Eastei-u Di ^sions for which the leases have ex]iir.--d for settlement purposes, and tt- proveni it a,aain reverting to tlie leaseholders....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Ways of Living. NOTES HANDED FROM THE DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Ways of Living. NOTES HANDED FROM THE DOCK. JKIPERSONS who, from duty or interest, sI&K !lav~ k''1 occasion to b9 present in JB23K court at the trial of any notorious criminal, can hardly have failed to notice the mild sensation caused among the onlookers present by the writing and handing of a note by the prisoner to some pernon 'r other in the court. Suea an incident invariably excites much interest, and following upon it there is often con siderable speculation as to the nature of the meBeage, concerning which the pris oner hae cared to trouble himself at such a crisiB in his life. Generally speaking, of course, the mes sage bears upon the evidence, and ia handed, either to the prisoner's solicitor or his counsel. Some prisoners, indeed, maintain a regular long series of notss to their solicitors; bnt it not infrequently occura that, to the BurpriBe of everyone except the prisoner, tbe note ho writps goes to some one who has no apparent connection with the trial, and it i...

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