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Sporting Item. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
Sporting Hem. ? (By Deadcx.) In this issue Jlr, 0. D.iwe3 advertises the well-known blood horse Young Rapid for sale or lease. Alarie (Invador — Babelte) owner Mr. E. C. Hartley of Cootnmundra has boon destroyed, an aggravated internal com plaint rendering. such a course necessary. ^ Tha mare Yeloce, has left the turf for tho stud. She is to be mated to the dual P.l.llfia!.! ? TT ? li... w ill JBl JXJ llltJlLUa. Mr. Robert Jiichards, a well kuown Sydney sportrman died at Randwick on Saturday last. In tlie blue and white livery of the deceased sportsman. Ferry man, Willie. Aurintia, Daluiore, Latem, Bonuihol, .Tuindo, Kentucky, aud Hazel Girl scored many successes, Mr. A. E. Corn well for years held the post of pri vate trainer for Mr. Richards. Another equine death oecurred at Caultield on Saturday, the victim being the Lichiid gelding, Sie.ra. Tho gelding foil over the last hurdle whilst running Hurdle Race, nnd, breaking one of his legs, had to be destroyed. ' \\ ar Chief (Wallace...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
THE ' Commercial Banking Co., of Sydney, ltd. 'CAriTAT, Paid Up £1,000,000 ^Reserve Fr.vto £1,010,000 Resrve Capital £ l ,000,000 LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON APPROVED SECURITIES. HIGHEST KATES ALLOWED FOR DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. ALL USUAL HANKING- BUSINESS TRANSACTED. j V, BLflT HFORD, | Manager Canowindra Branch. 1 ? [A Card. J Or. A. J. Dayies, PHYSICIAN^ AND SURGEON OANOWINDRA Warding & Pile R.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST, MAY BE CONSULTED AT WATTS' PHARMACY, -Kendall street, COWRA, and _ FORBES ;'3Hoursfrram'9a.m.-tlIl 5 p.m. THE CAN0WSNDRA STAR AND Woodstock Recorder. FRIDAY, JULY 24.
NEW RABBIT BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
NEW BABBIT BOARDS. Maxy of our readers are no doubt pussled at the present complications under the Rabbit Act which came into force on 1st May lest. The fact is, the act badly rc ?tpires amending, and with this object 'in view 4 ho Minister intends to forthwith consolidate -the Steele and Rabbit Acts. By this process there will be only one local board— not three, |as at present. - nnd this -strongly appeals to us as the most sensible and economical met Iiod of -dealinii' with a matter which of la'r ve.'.is has given promise of becomi;-g a great ovil — the growth of boards for the ad ministration of every small enactment, ?ospi^ially so whew the Act deals with pastoral and agricultural pursuits. It is ; ? true we have 'had a R.lbbit. Board parti ally elected, but tho fifth member, the; -chairman, representing tho Crown, has ?31 ot yet been appointed by the Minister. Tho Beard can neither meet nor exist till that is dose, and in view of the pro jected new scheme it may be considered i...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
Gsnsrai News. 'Wo regr?l. to stUe that Mr. Y. Blate.h ford, .-who recently suffered a ''severe attack of influenza, is again hill up suf fering from an ol.l enemy, rheumatism. Sincc January 1st 512 permits have been issued in Sydney to persons desirous of proceeding to South Africa. llnmour in England states that another New South Wales £3,000,000 loan will shortly be floated. theto.vn and district for their first shed of the spftson. A m itch between the pin-pongers of Oanowindra and thoso of Cargo is ser'oisly contemplated. Iled Bird Bicycles are hayoud doubt tlie best. Twelve mouth guarantee given with each machine. Tho Colouial Treasurer proposes to include in his Amending Licensing Bill a. provision prohibiting the employ men t as barmaids of women under the nge of 30 years. The following prices wero realized at Bathurst ale yards on Monday — Best bullocks £N, medium £10 Gs, small £S; Steers £5 10s to £7 : cows £7 14s, heifers £5. vealers, 2Gs to o0s. Jarvis won the long distan...
Dan Kelly and Steve Hart. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
Dar. Kcliy and Steve Hart. The statement made by the London i Daily Mail,7' nnd published by thej daily passers of Australia almost without exception, that Dau Kelly and Steve H'irt, members of the notorious Ned Kelly gang took part in the South Afri can war as irreguhirs, and have returned to Austniia is clearly without foudaa tion. It has been generally accepted that the two bushrangers named perished j in tho lire during the sensational fight between the gang and the police af j (jlenrowan ou June liiiu ana ^stn. l bsu. i The gang consisted of four men, Edward! [and Dauiel Kelly, Stephen Hart and I Joseph Byrne, and their deeds were so j ?daring that a higher reward was offered | for their capture, .than has-been the case ) with any other outiaws ia Australia, viz., | £$000 by the governments of New South | Wales ;!:ul Victoria. On June 27th.'| 1SS0, the Kelly's stuck up the hotel at j Glenrownts, :and here rhey were surp riseti j by the police, and the building was sur rounded. ...
Presentation of Medals. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
Prossniai.on cf Medals. A most enthusiastic gathering took place iu the local School of Arts nali last evening, the object of which was to welco:;w the return to Australia of Messrs T. Be.uham, .1 . F. Cameroa, T. F. Mul lampy, and G. II. Newton, members of contingents which took part in the Soflth A menu war, and the presentation to ;ii,:,se gentlemen of medals in recognition of their services to tho coi.ntry and tlie respect, in which they' were held loc.diy. There was a crowded attendance, almost every family in tho diilrict being repre roiite-.i. ; - Pro,eeil;rtL's were otiBnc-d el ut 8.30 by a piano overture by Mr. J. Wall iu his most, bviiiiaut style, after which! several vocal items were rendered- j The musical portion of the programme] completed, the ehainnun, Mr. A. J. AtkioStii. after speaking in glowing terms o&hs conduct of tho re turned lieros dnr/ngthe campaign, called upon llr. Juo. Hue to make the presenta tion. Mr. Rue spoke at some length, expres sing tli3 ...
It Appears That; [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
it Aispsars That ; Ivlitor Hookn, of the ' Molong Fx' press' is resigning his position. The Molong Eitle Club has a credit balance of £7 10$ -Id. Dr. Ross is again to tlio fore with his Juvenile Smoking Bill. ?The Wesleyan residents of Craiibury intend erecting a brick church building io cost £^o0. The Cumnock P., A., and H. Associa tion lias a credit batancc of £ ') 'J 10s Gd. The 'Agiicultur.il Gnzette ' at last advises the back country lessees to culti vate the salt bush. A new rifle with shorter range an'i , ^ more useful si/.e is to bo iu future used, by Common wenth forces. 'J' lie State clothing , factory will pro bably be o^eii-.d eaily in August, The cost of construction of the Werris Creek ruilwaj' is estimated at £3220 per mile. Tlie Y\ iihuravval of Colonel Parrotfc from the survoy of the Cowra-Gregra light line is looked upoll with great dis favor by locul residents. The annual meet ng of members of tho Oaiiowiudra P., A . and II. Association will take place on 2nd Augu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
£50 REWARD, ESAID by tlio Undersigned for infonna tion that will lead to the conviction of any person STEALING CATTLE or SHEEP belonging to the . Baiigaroo or Gonoiuodiue Runs. HAMILTON OSBORNE. _ J. M. ATKINSON. fiAWGAROQ Tar Fire Earmark , Sheep # 7 \ Cattle \,H0 Horses -H 0 jCONOMODlNE 'Sheep ft Cattle ' OO Horses OO j Aubrey .-Robinson, - - ? Kepjsagent X/TiV Fancy Gesds j f/A- Kaslc l\\ r.nd « \ Beak Seller. Be st brands Pipes, Tobacco,' Cigars and Cigarettes always on band at lowest Prices Agent for Mercantile Mutfial Assti' ranej Sesiety and Atchsrley aud Dawscn 3?ea Sleishauis. y ' Cudal Roller Flour Mill CftEBWIHDilA BRANCH. 'A7!icat Gristed En txcjr -quantity FLOUE, BEAN, & POLLAED. ALWAYS ON HAND. L. KlRKLAND, r AGENT. Fabisc Notice. PHELPS' & O O., BOGTSSflKERS, ETC., e.lS43ii!TlN3KA flikinson Bros. Saddlery nscrt. A Trial solicited. Eepairs neatly and' cheaply executed. iUfyQTii^ ' HOTEL ' C A N 0 W I N D R A, IV! ATT. D W Y E R PROPRIETOR, Only Wines Th...
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
Local ££ir&ctory KEWSl'APJfll. The ' Canowindra Staij1'— _a fair and ?impartial organ, which takes no party Bide, but strives to give accurate informa-, lion on all subjects ; a local papei which Is entitled to the support of all well Vlskers of the district. AUCTIONTSEKS. ?John Finn. BANKS. Commercial 3 5. inking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — 'V. iJlatchford. BLACKSMITHS AKD Wn5ELV.-JUGI!T3 E A\Tt,0!l J C Murka F Williams. CiTEjHST. Canoivindra Disponsury. ? UUILDEHS W H Atkinson BAKEltS M. Cos'tello. iiuxcmjusr Goodacro and Graham. T. L. Kirkland JIO'DiL KirBnttts M Dwver, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Yictoria Hotel SADDLEHS J. B.NcwJand Atki nson Bros INSUJtA'ftCE AGF.KOrES Liverpool, and-London and Globe Fire and Life. — J J Finn. JSTOllEKEErEItB T. Finn J. Boyd. UHBEETAKERS . ' J C Ma rk a W Atkinson WOOL AND rilODUCE BITYEES T Broon
[?]stal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
staf snd TeEe^raphic hiJos iiiatien. Ol'Jr'iCE HOUUS. Post Offieo open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph Office-open 9 a.m. to 8p.m. Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. ki p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 9 a.ni ?5 p.m. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post office hours . cashing, during money order hours. ' Note.— All offices are closed during sorting of mails from Sydney at 10.3li a.m. daily. Ariuval of Maii.s. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, daily atlo'3on.m. Cowra Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at I a.m. Eugowra; Tuesday and Saturday at 1 .30. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 1.30 p.m. W nlli nndun dm. una, Wednesday and Saturday at I , p.m. Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwood and Burdutt., Monday, 'Wednesday, and Friday at 0 p.m. Drj'Aiixinti' oi' Mails. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at ?3.45 p.iii Cowra, Monday, Wednesday Rnd Fri-! day at 11 a.m. Eugowra., Monday and Friday at 11. Cargo, Monday, Wednesday and Fri dayat 8.30 a.m. Walli and Lyndburst, Monday and Thursday ...
ANDREW LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
ANDBEW LANG. Mr Lang has a remarkable literary accord. Of what other man of fifty-eight can it be said that he hae a book, a book worth the writing for every ysar of his life ? Mr Lang's list reads almost like a publisher's in its variety. From the * Politics of Aristotle ' to the ' Bed Book of Animals ' is surely a tremendous drop, but it iB not greater than the height from Homer to green and blue aBd yellow fairy books, and Mr Lang has touched all these i points. He has written, indeed, for everything and for everybody— on dreams, ghosts, magic, fairies, hymns, Tennysoa, Scotland, and religion, Sir Stafford Northcote, Helen of Troy, cus toms, myths, ritual, angling, cricket, golf, i Oitord, and Mary Stuart. Mr Long's fantastic genius first showed itself at Balliol College, Oxford, where he wrote some very clever things for an under graduate, and indulged in several pranks of a madder character than even Oxford is accustomed to. He has white hair and black eyebrows, which form a st...
Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
Railway League. The following letter which explains it self has been received by Mr. J. J. Finu, secretary- o? the local railway league dur ing tho week. — 21st July. 1902. Dear Mr. Finn, Your loiter of iho 14 th in stant to hand, giving information con cerning the area of land which hits been cleared for cultivation since tho com mencement of the survey of the proposed line from Oregra to Cowra. I have for warded the letter to tho Public Works Commute. Re Colonel Parrott's withdrawal from the surveying work. I duly received your k'legram of the 14th, and replied to it on the following slay. Colonel Par rott's recsi 1 was due to departmental reasons, and I obtained nr. assurance from the Minister Works that an officer to replace him would bo sent up without delay. Yours faH'iTul'iv, T. WADDELL J, J, FiKX ESQ.. SECi!i:rAi;v Railway League, Ca^owjnuka.
LORD SPENCER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
LORD SPENCEB. One of the most distinguished occupants of the Liberal benches in the House of Lords is Earl Spencer. Of the Earl it cannot quite be said as of the Earl of Kimberley, his predecessor as Liberal leader in the Upper Chamber, that he hae never sat in the House of Commons. But it was a very narrow shave. In April, 1857, Yiecount Althorp w&e returned as Member for Northants, and in the fol lowing December, on the death of his father, he had perfoice to seek the seclusion of the House of Lords. Earl Spencer has cot had such a varied ad miniitrative experience ae fell to the lot I of the Earl of Kimberley, but they are alike in this : Lord Kimberley was Lord Lieutenant of Ireland during the stormy Fenian days of 1864 and 1866 The ' Bed E*rl ' occupied that post at the tragic tune when Lord Frederick Cavendish and Mr Burke were assassinated, and history records that he nimself was marked for the same fate.
Arsenic and Cancer. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
Arsenic snd Cancar. I At the Boisingbroke Hospitaj. London, on Wednesday, June H. Mr, J^na'h.in TTnSfhison delivered a lr-ctiiro on *? Th Nsture an the Causes of the P.-ev -.lanc^ of Oinef-r.' The JtrotKTvr refr-rre-I to iitr mcrease of arsenic in med'n ai rrrse:::;. tioa^. remarking that at t;:e r-r- s-;ir the ? rn r was J.ised three tim-s as mueb ] as 3'' y -ars ago. Use.1 miMly, arsec;-.- j m -rhr be bc-neficial. bur a:i itacae i;---/ ; raa ?d cancer in some cs«e«. and in ethers j y-itailv agir.ivaicd if. He =;ro2g;y c-3n- i douuu'd wall papers of a green colour, because '.there ai stiiiic w.is prevalent- and cancer 'might ensue. A leagtlily rofor onco to t'lc beer poisoniiig at Manchester wasconcladedwii.il the remark that by no means were they to assume that arse nic in boor was deleterious— rather was it. in the form of a tonic. Tho effects of an undue use of arsenic were shown bv various .sketches, and the conclusion to which the lecturer caiuo was that, arsenic was the chief...
MR. ABBEY, R A. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 July 1902
MB. ABBEY, B A. Mr Edwin A. Abbey, B.&., first won fame as a black and white artist, his ex quisite illustrations to' Shakespeare' in 1 Harper's Magazine ' attracting universal attention in the art world. It was not till 1890 that he painted snd exhibited at Burlington House his first work in oik, | ' A May Morning,' a charming picture of a mau and a maid going forth a-maying, in which the delicacy of colouring and truth of Atmosphere were as remarkable as the beautiful draughtsmanship. Since then Mr Abbey has given us many fine pictures, of which ' King Bichard III. and Lady Anne * was perhaps the fineBt.