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SHORT STORY An Abandoned Heritage [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 1 August 1902

[?] An Abandoned Heritage had spent tho da; in tho Everglades. Starting out on foot from my prairie plantation, I had hunted hours for deer— sometimes wading hip-deep in the swamp glass, sometimes crossing a pine island around which the prairie swept deceit fully green and smooth. Stiff from rinmnnAQR And fnnfc-nrirp frniri waltinff over coral reef, I turned back as the sun de clined towards the horizon. 1 reached my meadows just ns it disappeared and day light went oat like a candle. Saddling my pony, I rode home slowly. One cr two stars over the Bay shed' but s dim light as I approoched. Stand ing on tho edge of tho sand 1 conld dis tinguish the tall outline of a man. It was an expressive outline. The profile view presented itself first. The brim of a slouch hat, the form of a briar pipe, a head held erect above a full chest, were discernible. As I passed back of him I conld see that the chest was matched by a pair of broad, square shoulders. The sound of my pony's feet was distin...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English Foxes. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 1 August 1902

Fnglish Foxes. These pests are now in fairly largo numbers'tliroughout the district (says tho ' Carcoar Chronicle ') nnd are doing a great deal of damage to ? stock. They bite tho tongues out of full grown sheep, leaviiiir little marks of worrying at all on the carcase. During the last week at least, eight or nine have been seen near this township and towards Blayney. Un less immediate steps are taken by stock owners, the lambing will not ODly suffer heavily, but the nuisance will increase, and is one that has likely come to stay. Up to date poisoning with sheeps livers and fi-h impregnated with strychnine, have proved fruitless here, Owners should be careful not to allow the baud to touch the baits. Mr. Hopkins offers a reward of £3 for each full grown fox killed on his property.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 1 August 1902

Football. A match between the old team of the' Canowindra f jothallers club and the one recently established will be played on tho Rea. on Sunday afternoon next when a team to represent the former will b9 1 « 1 /?!? _; ? ITT JtT] ? ? cnosen iroin tne louowiug. — tt . h mnu gan, A. Grant, j. Grant, A. Hurkert, A. Atkinson. C. Atkinson. P. Coady, N* Clarke, J. Kerr, T. Kerr, B. Kevr, F. Davis, P. Gaunon. L. Kirkland, W. Collis, E- Ryan, J. Kurkett, and J . Town send. On Sitiirday a Juvenile match is an' nounced between the Canowindra ' Our Boys' and the Eugowra 'Our Boys.' when tho team for tlie former will be,— Tom Murray A, Kerr, Y. Grant W. New ^and, E. Robinson. L. Marshall, J. Lynch H. Clark W. Croucher. J. Co6teIlo, D. Weldon, Tick Newland, W. Crane, D. Murray.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 1 August 1902

General News We have .been notified that Mr. A. White has bean appointed as agent for the Singer Company at Blayney in pluci ot Mr Ohlsen, who has removed to Bathurst. American cablegrams report that tlio fortune left by the great American miu Ins millionaire, Mr Joiiu AVilliam Alac kav, of San Francisco, known as the ' Silver King,' who died a few days ago, amouuts to upwards of £12,000,000) Old as is the Pope, lie has just received a visit at tho Vatican, sny -i the Rome cor respondent of thej' Figaro,' from an ohl lady, u centenarian, who nursed his Holi ness us a bubv. Friday' last being tho 4 1st anniversary of the planting of the-Uuio 1 Jack on tlio shore of North Australia by John M'bouall Stuart, the explorer, Mr. O. IJi'ookuiuu, M.L. 0.. of South Australia, entertained the survivors of tho expedi tion at. luncheijji. ihoso who accom panied Stuart iad are still alive are F , W. Thring, W. P. Auld, A. Kiug, H. Nash, J. W. Bil intt, and J. M'Gorrory, Of those all but the two l...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.W.U. Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 1 August 1902

A-W.U. EScoting. . A meeting of tho local members nf the above lini] been organised by the loenL l?oj(ropeuliit.ivo Mr. J. Town send to nulfu place on Wednesday evening lust, for tho purpose of obtaining n plebiscite vo(o ol' tlio members for the purpose of endorsing ? tho action of l.lio A.W.U.. Council in cmi- 1 colling the rules recently taken exception to by tlio members of tho Australian Board. However tlio following telegram was received late in tlie evening from tlio secretary of tlie Branch which was instru mental in causing tho meeting to be aban doned. — ' It has boon found desirable to cancel ballot papers already forwarded and slop members voting. New bnllot papers will be issued during tlio week.'' A good number of members were present but under the circumstances nothing was done. In our business columns it is announ fid that Mr. AY. Johnson lecturing organiser of tho Orange branch of (lie A.W.U., will address a public meeting £ r tho purpose of explaining tlie policy o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
University Junior Examination. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 1 August 1902

Uni?srs!ty Junior Examination. Tlie results of the University Junior Examination have just been published and we are very gratified to find that Canowindra holds a very satisfactory plnco on the list. We are told tnat over 1 tun candidates prosentel themselves at the various cen tres in N. S. Wales and Queensland of whom 724 succeeded in satisfying the examiners, while nearly 400 failed to da so. The standord demanded by the University Authorities is a high one. con sequently the successful students must be complimented on their work. In order to secure a pass every candidate must have good brain power and a strong de termination to work, while regular at tend;,nci at school is absolutely essential. Caijowinlra was the centre for tius dis trict and the examination was held in the ' Star ' office under the supervision of the secretarv, Mr. James Coot, and a committee of resident ladies and gentle men. Three representatives from the local school underwent the test, viz., Miss Isabel E...

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 — 1 August 1902

Harding & Pile R.D.S., SURGEOH DEHTSST, STAY BE CONSULTED AT WATTS' PHARMACY, KENDALL STREET, COWRA, j and FORBES Moursfrara O a.m. till a p.m. The I Wheel That Meyer Worries You The care with which THE RED BIRD BICYCLE Is built and tlie hi fell quality of material used in every part is the secret of THE RED BIRD BICYCLES, popularity and durability. , . BED BIRDS embody all the latest features of scientHic cycle construction. ,n The guarantee is a most liberal one, extending over 12 til lltliS. ir ' To those who do not waat to pay cash, vre ofEer veiy easy payment terms. GOULD BICYCLE CO., §4 lung St, Sydney. AGENTS ALL TOWNS. LOCAL AGENT ^ COOK, ? DON'T DIE.. MR. H. E. KUGELMANN THE CELEBRATES HERBAL PRA0TIT1BSEB. 14 and 16 QCEEN STREET, MELBOCENE, SIDNEY, ADELAIDE and BRISBANE. 'Who has been successful^ practising in Australia for over a quart erof a ^ntiiry specially notifies his Professional Yisits to the Surrounding DIbililCr, and may ho consulted at quarterly intervals...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 1 August 1902

Mr. W. Johnson & & ^Lecturing Organizer for the Orango branch of tho A. WAT.) —Will Address— A * PUBLIC m iVfEETiNfi SATTTROYY EVENING NEXT. AUGUST 2nd., 1902, ? Oil ? THE SHEARING QUESTION, J. TOWN SEND, Representative. CANOWINDRA GUN CLUB. l?ltELIMTN--.TlY ANNOUNCEMENT. — A £5 | Pigeon Match will lie shot off on the ?Canowindra Show Ground early in Sep tember. Pirticulars in a future issue. J. OOOK, lion. Secretary. Public Announcement. OPENING SOCIAL IVI1TIERS' ' ARMS HOTEL, on Tuesday EVcinins;, August 5th.f E302, EOSEPH KERB bugs to extend to his many fri«jiidsi(bidies and gentlemen) 3n the town and district an invitation to attend a social to be held in the School of Arts Hall on the above date to celebrate tho opening of tho above hotel under his liame. ?Good Music, fir ?freshmen's, and a Jolly Evening Promistd. &tl arc tnvEtecj - » ? Admission Free I Dancing Commenoss at 3-30 JOSEPH KERR, Proprietor Miners Arms Hotel, Canowimdrft lyir. W. F. Ormiston,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

Humour. .Breyfogle — You took this picture oE my wife by the instantaneous process, I pre sume. Artist — Yesj how could you tell p Breyfogle — Her mouth ia closed. Mr Toomer — Where on earth is my new silk hat P I've looked every where for it. His Bride (sweetly)— You said you wanted it ironed, dear, so 1 sent it to the laundry. Mr Wiggs (admiringly)— 'Mrs Hansom looks as pretty as a picture this after noon.' Mrs Wiggs — ? That costume is very becoming. She has a husband who likes to see a woman decently dressed, and isn't too much to pay for it.' Customer — ' Have you ' Prometheus Bound P' ' New Clerk — ' I guess we're all out o' Frometheuses, ma'am, but if we had the book at all it would be bound sure.' ' Jones is just married,' 'Ha! ha! That's a good joke of Jones.' ' A good joke P' ' Yes ; he's always boasted of being independent.' - Bride of a day (aboard train) — ' Do stop talking a little while, dear.' The other half (tenderly) — ' Why, darl ling, are you tired of me so soon ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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SHORT STORY [FIRST TIME PUBLISHED] The Bushrangers' Festival (COPYRIGHT.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

[?] [FIRST TIME PUBLISHED] The Bushrangers' Festival By 1IA11RY B. VOGEL, Author of ' A Maori Maid,' ' My Dear Sir,' &c„ j (COPYRIGHT.) The year 1857 is famous in tha annals of the colony of Victoria not only for itB great gold rushes, but also for the extra ordinary. exploits of the bushranger, Garnet, and his two companions, Teddy Adair and Wingy Nolans. TIl&V * com hv nn nmnn n fka ah!« rangers in the colony, but Garnet and his companions stood on qui to a different plane to any ott ers. except perhaps that of Stailight and his men. Like Starlight, Garnet was a mystery. Who or what be was no one exactly knew. Like his com panions, he was an escaped convict from Tasmania; but that in itself was not necessarily inconsistent with the fact of hia being well born. He and his com panion Adair were cleaily gentlemen, though outlaws. Their exploits were re markable not merely for the fact of their extreme darin , but for an absence of asy thing appi caching brutality. If ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

V/ool and Produce Roport. | The Australian Woolbrookers As^oci; [ tiuii report as lullows for v eek undi'iir August 2nd lDOi. , , Wool. The change has beeu noticeablc in the local market during the past week and a j steadily demand continues at bite rates. iiiu supplies ai presentconsist principallv of locally scijiu-L-d. wools aud owing to llie increased quantities of shcenskias Coin mg into the local market a £uuiUq«a,itit v of woo1 is. available from this £,ulCt;. Ilie next auctions will ho held on Thurs daj- August H, w hen catalogues will sigain be small, j _ rito.Drcp.. i; Hides the market ut times .shn rc-d jtigns of lrregidaiity but the clcsiafr ,irict,. j were on a p;!I- with Inst week. ? V'fre ;ls a fairly strong mar ; ket butprnesfor best d«rij,tio«:s.iec!in.»a a;- J.C'1- loll ? the lower quaiiiies wer- ui: sdiered. . t' urakins. T.iore was a good demand .^i- kaagarou, wallaroo and wallaby but ' level Jfaobitssuld finniv. Of.os- i : siiai sKms iijy.jG oiie:;-.!. j . ; ?wn...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Football. OLD BOYS v JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

Football. OLD BOYS v JUNIORS. T ii= match was played on Sunday | last on the local Kec. the opposing toaiu~ j 1-eing the old team of foot bailers of Cnno- 1 ?wiu lr.i aud the Juniors wlio now repi e- j ^sent the township. The -ratue was iaiiiy j evenly contested in the first half w hen i eonit; of the ' old gentleman ' though out j of practice got in some very good work, j Prominent amongst these were W- Flana- ! ?poll, Vavis, 0. Atkinson, A. Grant and j Mollis. Fln:;:lg.in. however, who was j playiug on the left wing hardly received j ?en nigh attention from his feeders and j *o.-eml opportunities wero thereby lost, | -t!iou»h on the sovcral occasions on which ' he did make a hid lio was grassed in hbort order. Amongst the Juniors thoso. who stood out most conspicuously were. — S?han-. Grant. Avis, and Uohinsou. tin* latter of -whom did some very pretty werk, the three former being unselfish and sound players ihc-ir judgment seldom at fault. Taken as a whole the matiii was an enjoy...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our South African Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

Oar South African Letter. .'MjyJ. E. Craven writes, undor dn^c ^ Juno 2nd 1 80'J. from ( 'ojipiown. — ' Dear iSir,— In uiy last I jironiised you a de scriptions of Oapo Town. When the tender hmdod us on tho liier it was then ?we ve;il i zed wo hud roully left Aus.tvulin, nild t ) 1 n t. «?« were st r,-i mj-ers ill n pti'tiiino i land. It was interesting to noto the \lif- j iorcnt exjiressions of thoso 40 odd — what J shrill I call tluMii, rovers or fortune j Boelcors — in a' strangro hind. Some of thetn hud huesi horo before. Xhey see mud ' *-juilo nt home aud (flighted ut bein« once juoro on land ; whilst a look of ?doubt and perplexity of somo of tho others showed that tlicy did not fool quite ?comfortable. As for myself it was get ting late, aud J, being blessed with a wife and two children to look alter, as | well as all my luggago. had not much j lime to thinli. There is however no dif ficulty in pot t ine your luggage shifted here, for there is mi army of darkies only j too au...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

Kir. Bicycle Buyer; ? YOU don't want -o invest in a Bicycle that will go to pieces alter a fow weeks' riding. You want value for your Kansy ! Iu other words you I Willlf j ^ Bicycl9 yoa Csn Fsel Fraud cf— ] The Model 59 i RED BIRD BICYCLE, Built in olio of 1 lie World's Greatest Factories. G unranleod for Twelve Months liv a Solid, Old Estal ilislieil Finn with a Reputa tion to uphold : A Machine that jki aineiml ufhard work can put ut -'f or.lor. 'Hi:* iv whnt wo 1 i-iY.-r veil 'ill ill'- liili'rt Ti'-sl Viid Hi cycle sold ml Easy Payment Terms. Sc-coml li.Tnd Bicycles taken ill part payment lor new Machines, CCULD BICYCLE CO, E4 Kirg St., Sydney. AGEXTS ALL TOWNS. ] iOCAL AGENT JAS. COOK, ? DON'T DIE MR. H. E. -KUGELMANN THE CELEBRATED HERBAL PR«CTIT!6*ER, 14 and 16 QFEES STEFFI MFLUOUKNK. .SYDNEY, ADELAIDE nnd mm shank. Who has been Hirvrssfiilh praotis ii.sr in A is ^-1 r.-il i :i for over n onnrter nf n century, specially notifies lis Professional Visits i-- tlio Surrounding DI...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

THE Commercial Banking Co., of Sydney, Ltd. 'Capital Paid Up £ 1 ,000,000 -Reserve Fund £1,010,000 ?Eesrve Capitai, £ 1 ,000,000 j LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON: APPROVED SECURITIES. ^HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. -ALL USUAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. V. BLACTHFORD, Manager Canowindra Brunei), [A Carh. } Dr. JL J. Bavles, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON CAN O WINDRA . Harding & File R.D.S., SURGEON fiENTiST, i MAY BE CONSULTED AT WATTS' PHARMACY, KENDALL STREET, COWRA, and FORBES '^Uowt-s-ffom'Sa.m. tiKi 5p.m. -THE ckwmmmk star AND l&oodstoclc Recorder. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

Stop! Look! Listen!! LOVETT'S JEWELLERY SHOP, OPP. POST OFFICE, COWRA. /jgf^WHAT Jfiir*' price ? Waterburv Watches — ^^2. Silver English Lovers and V! 30/-, 35/-, and 40/ Lady's Oxidised Watches — Rolled Gold Watches— '25/- to 35/ Etc., Etc., Etc. What Ho I She Bumps ! SPECTACLES, CLOCKS, ELECTROPLATE. A Boon to Canowindra I MR. LOVETT will visit Canowindra J)ei-8onnlly oh tho first of every mouth. Repairs skilfully executed ; guarantee tor one month. A. ROBINSON, Canowindra Agent Railway League. ftffiONTHLY Meeting, Saturday, Angtist lfith, 1002, at 8 p.K. School of Arts Hall. J. J. FINM, j Secretary. P A & H. ASSOCIATION ' CANOWINDRA; A BALLOT for Committee will he taken on Friday-, 15th. AUGUST^ ^Closing «t 4p.in. BALLOT PAPERS have been posted 'to Members entitled to receive them, and teucH must be returned either personally * ?or through Post prior to the poll closing as above. - -JNO. J. FINN, ' Secretary. ~ . X ^S'g — ^ | - - O c3 £ _ 02 - . ?' &!§ 'U - j q .£...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Local News. Local Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

Local Mews. Ai.ocal Meetings. 1 Tho ordinary meeting; of the lodil Rail ~ -way Leagues-takes place on Saturday, August 16th at' 3 pus. in the School of Arts. As the mooting will lio of interest j 'to the -members a full attendance is re squired.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

For ( liron'c Ch ?st Complaints, Woods GiintT epper:!i ii. Cuit, Is -3d.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Canowindra P., A., and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

Catmwincira P., A., and H. Associa tion. ? bmce the nnnaal meeting1 held on Saturday Inst the secretary has received -the following promises of specials for the 1903 show, — J.J, Finri'£2 2s; J. Ander eon, tailor, Mandurama, £2 2s. P. G. Lorking trophy valued £2 2s. In the business portion of this issu-s the secretary J-,,™ ? 1 ? i_ .1..... „ UUD uiicumu ui -uiemuers 10 me ] ballot to lie taken on Friday next in con- j nection with the election of officers of tho j ? - Association. |

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Cudal Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902

Gudal Police Court. At the Cudal Police Court on July 1? and 18 la it, before Mr. E. Ma.triott- P.M. R P Bt.l colry, of Cargo wns proceeded against on the information of Senior Oi.Uitable Blanchfiel.l, that he did in June last receive the skins of three sheep reasonably suspected tohnve-been stolen, they having been found in bis possession at Cargo. In-ipti t ir Saunders conducted tho prosecution. Mr Blackmoro, of Orange appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. As before stated tho hearing of tho case occupied two days, the P.M . reserving his decision until Friday last. ' \ For the prosecution, Senior Constable Bhiurhfiold, stationed at Cargo, gave evi- .? denco as to tho correctness of the inform at ion. Ho had gone to defendants storo at Cargo on June IT, where he saw a skinbuyer who had just purchased a number of hides and skins from defen dant. After tho dealer had departed witness asked defendant had he any more skins on his premises, and received a reply in the neg...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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