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THE MAN WHO HUNG ON. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

THE MAN WHO HUNG ON. JEEKHIi! rattle of the 'Gazette's ' press dJJ'ib was the only sound in the long, SmLs one-Btoried. brick structure oc cupied by its editorial and print ing rooms. The half.grown boy who, with Judson himself, made up the staff of the paper, kept the press going Bteadily, a feat learned by long practice. He reached up one hand, shoved a Bheet down to the guides, keeping the crank turning with his foot and the oiher hand, and the old machine rattled on like a skeleton fluttering in the wind. Beyond the partition, in the little Bquare apartment dignified by the name of offioe, though almoBt as bare and unsightly as the printing-room, sat Judson, proprietor and editor of the ? Gazette,' his elbows resting on the desk-lid, hia face in his hands. There was a hopelesBnesB in his attitude, a despairing: stoop to his shoulders, which revealed, more than did the s-iabbiness of his apparel and of the little office, the depths to which he had come. Judson had come out from t...

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

^sreoar Rabbit Board Election. Following is the voting at the recont ?'©lection. Only 40 pei-sons it it? stated, ^op06ited their ballot papnrs in Oie bal lot box. Mr. F. E. C. Hopkins who has 'l'ocontly iutefviewed the minister for1 lands, in his letter to the public for his ^election has tho following. 'I think it wise to inform you at as early ~a date as possible that th-^ receuily -elected Board is unlikoly to exist for any 'length of timo, es:tho Minister for Lands is preparing an Amended Rabbit Act, ?which will create a fresh eloetion in every -district. I doubt, indeed, if any of the --elected Boards will ever sit at all.' ?F. B. C. Hopkins ... 107 J. Fa^an ... 193 - J. J. ilcPhee ... 138 F. M. Hill ... 103 J. Ewen? ... 93 T. Fitepatrick ... 85 1L McKeuzie ... 60 'W. Tucker -..., 59 P. J. Beglejr ... 57 G Elliott, sen. -... 53 'W. Carpenter ... 49 C. XJ. T. Burke ?.. 34 B. Burke . . . 29 J. Ousby ., . 24 T. Cosprrore ... 15 J. K. Cobb ... 12 Informal : . . 15

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 — 11 July 1902

The Whasl i lltSb leirsr Worries You The care v^ith which Is built and the high quality of material used in every part is the secret of THU llKD BlfiD BICYCLES, popularity and di'^ubilivy. I1ED JilRDS embody all the latest features of scientific cycle construction. * TIir guarantee is a most liberal one, extending over 12 lUO:.'tilK. To those who Jo uotwat n to pay cash, wo oSer very easy payment terms. SailLO BICYCLE C0M.64 King St., Sydney. AGENTS ALL TOWNS. LOCAL AGENT— A&- wOUK, CANOWINDRA. THE CELEBRATED HERBAL PftACTITIftHER, 11 :nl 10 QUEEN STEKE1 MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, ADELAIDE and BRISBANE. V.Thoh:i.« Iioph Hiccopsfullj prnctisijiphi Australia forever n quarter of a century, specially notifies Ins Professional Visits to tlie Surrounding DISTRICT, and may be consult-pd nt quarterly infervnls as nailer. — Orange, N.S.W7. — At Mr. Weil's '-1'ib H.vtiso 'Holel on— Monday. ,T(!th Juno, 1002. Hours from 9 a.m. until S p.m., and about qunvirrlv lUoreafcpv Wellington, N.P.AV.— ...

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

Deputattou to tho Kiulstsr for Lands. A deputation consistiiig of almost tho '?whole of 'the 'Stock Boards 'Convention 'i-ecently sitting in Sydney, waited on tin5 1 Minister for Lands last wer4', ami ^lrought befuro him their objections to. ~*1ig recently Passed Itahbit Act, as fol Tlnws : — 1. That it- was unfair to take 'the n)--point:nent of inspectors from them. ?n-hoii the salaries of those men were paid T-v a special tux on sheep. 2. That it ^vras unrpasouable that the power should 'be given to a board, elected for the pur pose of Sealing with rabbits alone, and ?which Board niigbt not include a single stockovrner. o. That it was unjust ?'Ihat the Government should toko the power to spend the stockowners' money ^l-.v claiming to appoint the chairman, ?who was to be paid by the stockowuprs -out of their own pocket, although he was not responsible tw'them. 4. That the ?training1 of members of the Stouk ecd 3?.-isturcs l3oard in dealing1 with noxious onimnls and their personal i...

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

Departure ot Hr. C. E. Finch. Mr. C. E. Finch chairman of the ^'Orange Laud Board, who In the near ' future takes bis departure for tho Conti nent, on six months leave, accompanied by hie family, 'Was last week tendered -a valedictory social. Mr. Finch is a very ? old servant, and general regret was ex pressed at' his departure by those present. In returning thanks he stated on Feb ' Tuary 27th, 1860 ho was appointed to tho ?Survey Office -end on the first of July 42 years ngo he got his first appointmont on tho staff. Ever since thea he bad_ been - -connected with the Depafhneut and ever' since the passing of the Land Act of 1861 Tie had been closety connected with tlie; ???administration of tire Land A.cts. While ? referring to the Act of 1861, Sir John Boberleoii's J^ct, whatever 'its Selects' woro, that Act had provided a better op ?' portunity to those who wanted land to got it than any previous enactment- It gave tho opportunity 'of getting- land' - -clienp and without being u...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pure Water. [Herbert J, Rumsey, Baronia, Dundas.] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Pure Water. [Herbert J, Eumsey, Barouia, Dundas.l Many country resid-?uts are iti great straits for lack of water, and iu many cases aflei1 carting fo;1 miles it is rually unfit for hun;a-i consu:i'|) ion. I have been unable to get my tanks Iftie filled since building, and the creeV is quite dry, so I have to dspeud on the kindness of'n neighbour who has a new underground but unfortunately it is quito brackish and unfit for 'drinking ov making ten; but 1 have got over Ihe difficulty liy by ina!-in'_- simple coh(5(?iissi-, which works wi.'U. S.. thinking this would h^ a hfip to msiuy, ! apj)ond a description of it. I need tfee kitchen fonnlian, wliicl; stands on the kitthyn stove fur a 1){;Hi»:-. but any pot or oven a kpvo^ne ii:i will do, with a litllo adaptation. I made hi ihverted funml to. ill iho boi!t«- like a JM. but instead of tl:c spout piiint.ii'-g upwards, it turned downwards at an i.n^lo that brought tho mouth of the e; out nliou! three JMclics l-»w«.- tlian the lop of th...

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 — 11 July 1902

VJodI and Produce Ro^srt. . The Australian Woolbrokors Assom'ag t-ion report a? follows for week enuin July 5 1902. 'Wool Duriug the past wook little business has been transacted in tho .local woo! market, buyers sliowing an indifference to operate except at a reduced level, which holders are not prepared to accept. Theanuual sales of stud sheep have been taking place during tho week and hav-- engaged a good deal of attention from tho trade. The first sales of tho 1902-3 season have beon arranged for Wednes day and Thursday, IGtli aud lTlhinst. PRODUCE. Hides. — A dull market pretailnd. Heavys and medium weights wore weaker, though not quotubly lower, whilst liglit weights suffered a decline of *£d to ^d per }b. Slieep skins. — A steadier market pre vailed and good clearances were effected at late rates. Fnrskins. — Supplies -were lar^e. Will laby and boar were weaker, but other sorts showed no change. Rabbits were quiet and slightly lower in value. Opossum skins — 136647 offered— v...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Railway League. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Rsilway League. ORDINARY 31 FETING. A meeting of Ihe Railway League took place in the School of Arts hall on Saturday afternoon last., when there wero present Messrs W. Bassett, W. t 'obley, W. T raves. J. Boyd, T. J. Craw ford, A. J. Traves. J. H. Marshall, Jos. Jones, M. J. Thompson, aud the seere tarv . On the motion of Mr. Boyd, seconded by Mr. Crawford, Mr. Bassett presided over tha meeting. The minutes of previous nieetin,:' iraviug been read and confirmed, the correspondence was rend and dealt, with From Hon T. Waddell re delay iu pro gress of survey, and forwarding a private minute in reference to same. j Mr. Crawford thought a letter should 1 be written to Mr. Waddell bringing under his notice the fact that in the anti cipation of a railway being constructed ill tho n.'-nr future large uroas of new land is being prepared for tho ph'^g.b. und that this year alone there will b' 31)0 J acres under cultivation in excess of last year. llo thought this should bo brought under not...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Our South African Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Our South African Letter. Under date May 3 1. Mr. J. E. W. Craven writing from Whitehouse Hotel, Straud-sirect Capetown, says. — -'I will no-.v continue my line pf correspondence whiih I hope will bo unb okpu from Ihis out. Mv la-st letter was from Melbourne. « e.ien .11 eiin'iii 1111 nil i!ii- nisi 111 ».mv nt iiomi ni a bright, clear day. and (Iip nrxf | morn jig W ' had lost sight -?{ ihe Austra- 1 li iu shore, and did not see it again. ! fiough we stn in -d our eyes to try and I g -t. a glimp=e of it when passing Lee-uwin. J but it was too wet. AVe fell in with a i heavy gale when passing Cape Leetiwiu which lasted over thirteen hours ; the Captain and Chief Officers said it- was tiie roughest, gale the Suevic had ever been ia and they were proud of the -vay she rode through it. 'We had a pass^n?er list of 472 adults and about 30 children ; still there was plenty of room fur every body on the jrreat promenade deck, and had it not been for (he unprecedented weather we would have ...

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 — 18 July 1902

IV as! and Producs Report. The Australian AVoollirokers Associag tion report «s follows for week endin July 12 19 J2. AVool No fresh developments have taken place during the past week in connection with the local wool market Supplies are still vorv li'-1it and transactions have been limited. Auctions will bo held on Wed nesday and Thursday noxt when a moder ate selection will be brought forward and with prospects faVortble a firm market is anticipated. rr.onucE. Sheepskins. — Tho market was very firm at last, weeks rates for all grades of merinos, but crossbreds showed souie weakness. Hides. — Value for medium aud light, weights were decidedly easier, whilst heavies ruled on a par with last weeks rates. Tallow. — A stronger market was ex ? perienced and an occasional advance of -:n per ton was noticeable on prime, other classes sold fully up to late rates. Furskins. — Supplies were fairly large. Kangaroo and wallaroo were firm, but wallaby scrub' and bear were again weaker. Rabbits ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CREME PALESTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

OBEME PALESTINE. Take 41bs of white artiohotee ; wash, peel, and slice them thinly. Then wash again, and boil till tender in salted milfr. Take out, rub through a sieve, and return to the liquor in which they were cooked. Add to it, by degrees, a quart of boiling milk, pepper and salt to taste, and a very 1-Ma ? . _ _ 6towu uuuuc^. .a uili&ou Wlbu lOB of flour and loz of fresh butter kneaded together. Make very hot; stirring all the time in order to avoid burning, and when of the consistency of cream, serve at once with fried crusts himdafl separately.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The Late Mr. D Ross. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Thu Lata fifr. D Ross. In spoalring of (he finr-ril of the Mr. T). Ross, wbosr- lM.iiei)tab]-- d -ath occurred j la -t week. '1 he 1 ' Mohing l-lxpress _ j ' 1 lie fiiu'ml tootr ph;-o '\Ye-lucsdav j nfternnon, beneath a Wden luted. i-ain-J threnteiiing sky. Mr. 37cs,«. or 'Dave.'' .-t- h-- wns more fsmiliarly know!! i:i ^lo- J 1 -H«T fir-'' 1-Pl-r i *?1 tln- mms n isriichw- art iiistifutzon to take pait in the Inst sad ceremony. He was also a mem ber of Court McNamara. A.O.F., and insny lu-etln-en of tliat order wre also prosc-r.t, Shortly before 0 o'clock the v-r. n Foresters, wearing funeral regalia, and members of the band, with instruments draped in black formed a proces sion at the School of Arts, and marchcd to the residence of tiie dcccased's parents j in l.i idle-street. There, when t ie breth ren with linked hands were assembled around tho funeral bier, lJro. Leathern, P.C.R., in impressive tones and due solemnity, read tho office prescribed by ancient ritual for such sad o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUREE OF MUSHROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

PUREE OF MUSHROOMS. The Puree of Mushrooms is made thus : Take Ub of mushrooms and chop them finely. Place loz of butter in a clean stewpan, and aa soon as it boils add the mushrooms, and pBpper and salt to taste. Shir over a slow fire for five minutes, then add the juice of half a lemon freed from pips, and tfie crumb of a roll soaked in milk, and a gill of cream. Continue to stir for another ten minutes, then rub through a fine wire sieve. Make hot again and serve. 'If yon don't quit eating so much, Willie, you will be Bick.' * Won't it be time enough to quit then?'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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P., A., and H. Association. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

--7*- ? ? : ? . ? ? ? — P , A., and H. Association. COMMHTEIS MEETING. T!io usual committee mectiug of tho aihovo took place on Saturday afternoon -latt when tlicro was a fair attendaue. Sir. Jno, 13ovd, J.P., vice-president, in the absence of the president, occupied ihe chair, and the members of ihe cotu . jnittefl present were — Messrs. W Bassett. AV. H. Travos, Jos. .Tones. T. J. Craw iord, A. J. 'J'raves, J. IL Mawliall, D. 1' T 1) A- ...1 ? J ? 1 i!.,. ji. if. Ji. i\U\VlilUU, UI1U liiV flSacralnry, Jvir. Jno. J. Finn. The secretary stated that ho had ro ???ceived a communication from Mr. O. K. Viater, jn-esid.-riit. btat'll^ that, ho was 'l u unwell to ntteud the meeting;, and ex pressing regret. The minutes of last meeting were then read und confirmed. The correspondence was then read and Vlualt with. From thu P. and A. Union in reference to tho establishment of a State ','hamber «-f Agriculture, and forwarding voting Jiapur that tho union might obtain the -c .pie .sion of opi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

For (jhvonie t 'licsl Complaints, Wood?' Grreat .Pe[(periii:nt, Cure, is (id. rT^ARCLAY & SO^S' ^ EUCALYPTI E XT I - ACT. i jj 1st Prlca Bydacy 1805. 16E.-0, IB07, 1099 end I60S.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Saddlery aud harness of every des cription may be obtained at Messrs Atkinson Bros, at prices to suit tho iiiflos.* Worms undermine Children's Constitu tious. Use Wade's Worm Figs. Is boxes. „ , For Children's Hacking Cough at ?light, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, IS 6d.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

The i WhSSl That Never « Worries You j The care with which THE RED -BIRD BICYCLE Is built and the high quality of material used in every part is flie s.'crct of TIlEREI) BiliD BICYCLES, popularity and durability. REI) BIRDS embody all the latest- features of scientific cycle construction. ' Tlie guarantee is a most liberal one, extending over 12 months. To those who do notwnt u to pay cash, we offer very easy payment terms. GOULD BICYCLE. CO.,' 64 King St., Sydney. I AG ENTS ALL TOWNS. . LOCAL AGENT— JAS. COOK, CANOWiNDRA, DON'T DIE. MR. H. E. KUGELMANN. THE CELEBRATED HERBAL PRACTITIONER, 14 and 16 QU EES STREET. M KLBOURNE, SYDNEY, ADELAIDE and BRISBANE. 'Who lias neon successfully practising in Australia for over a ipinrter of a. century, ; specially notifies bis Professional Visits to the Surrounding DISl'RICl1, and may' j be consulted at quarterly intervals as under. — i Grangs, N.SAV. — At- Mr. \Viv-r« ' CI il» TT awa ' Hold on — Mondnv. 3 Uh Jure. 1902. Hours from 9 a.m. unti...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Cowra-Gregra Railway Survey. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Cswra-tiFesrs Railway Survey. That tlio 'Minister for 'Works and Lis colleagues have not been over enthusias tic in regard to the above survey lias been quite apparent to the members of the local Railway League for months past, though not- one member of that body imagined that the survey would not eventually be completed. ^r°r 'early twelve momus uoiouei lumii iuiu mc men have been -engaged, with. the result lieen completed and local residents had « -commenced to imagine that within a few months at the outside tho mute for their line would have been iieiined. But their anticipations were dashed to the ground ou Monday last when it became Known th nt die A'.Prevers hud ivcoived instruc tions to discontinue work immediately aud' proceed to Sydney, and to forward his etail to another scene of labor. All'. Win. Bassett of Lock wood eouveyed the un pleasant intelligence ami steps were im mediately t«ken 'o ascertain the true facts ? --i' the ease. Mr. J. J. Finn sent the fol lowing wjro ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

{Lost BETWEEN Canowindra and Mr. Jas. Board mans gate, OXE GREY BUG GY' RUG with fringe all round. Would the person who picked, up same be kind ?enough to leave it at ofiico of this paper, and oblige. MRS. JOS. THOMPSON. ? IlEILTSRONN, Canowindra. Compllmantary Social SCHOOL OF ARTS, THUERSD Vr KVENING, 24th JULY, 1902. THE above will be tendered to returned Troopers J. F. Camaroa, Ceo E3^h3RisT. F. Bluilampy, and G. H. Hsnsrtpn, for the purpose of presenting medals in rocognition of tii^ir valuable services to the Mother Cuiiniry and their State in Suuth Africa. ADMISSION FREE. ' ALL TTELCOME. ? Ssfrethmenls ProvOsd. Jinn Open S p.m. N CLARKE, lion. Secretary. Riss In Beef, - OWING to the Riso in Cattle, we the Undersigned have agreed to raise after tho 21st iust., to the following, prices. - . ' . Fresh and Sausages 6d. ' i Corn 5id, L. KIRKLANTi, GOODACRE and GRAHAM. M. COSitlLO, BAKER' FA5tII;IEs WAITED ON DAILY, EVERY ' A I T i N 1 1 O N A isD - 9ouHTicsrv Mr. W. F. Or-cnlston,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Stock Losses. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 July 1902

Stack -Losses. Amongst those stoekowners who huv-_-. suffered lui-st from Uie eiiects ot the drought luay be piac„*d Air, Jos. Joaes.: ihis gentleman wiio has for years ta&uii a. pride iu his dairy herd and lias been to great paits in peri tcti ug a ? paying strain, liaviug blended the lliree piu-_- j brooJs. Ayrshire, Moistein. und Jersey. uu» j this year received a severe Liiow he ins enterprise having lost o i ot his most pro mising vour.ij; cows aud lieiters. \i ltli the advent oi the raiu lie e.msi-Jereii ilia troubles almost over, out smew tueu i n deatnii occurred. 1'uis lw couaiaew uuo to the fact that the t^nk* had hvj run in a number of stubble paddoese wue.o there was a slight green saout auu immeu i.itely this became evident tiie catue woufd persist -iu hunting tor tins »Uori titioji ouiy, witii tlie lvs'.ttt tu't 't vrac ?: impossible for them to get a decent ieL-d j in a week. Though hand feeding Ids cai : t'.e ?dr. Jones failed to notice nmt teverai i of them ...

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