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Cowra-Gregra Railway Survey [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
CotfrS-firogra Railway Survey It is plsiisiug to note that the above is | now under, way again, and this time Un der the direction of Sa gentleman who it is considered will make fur giv*ater progress than his predecessor. Mr. Surveyor Wells was in town on Monday last. lie is ono of the oldest railway surveyors in - the Colony, having occupied that position for- over 30 years. Active work on 'tlio survey was commenced this week and it is anticipated that the it will he completed -in about two months. At present (lie survey party are camped nt i ? ''Dooleys Dam,', and it would we thinks be advisable *fov any of tke members of - tho Railway League living in thatvirinitv to render any assistance in tkeir power to ? push the survey ahead.
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
C-enarai NslSY A proclamation lias been issued warn ing persons intending to emigrate to South Africa that they will jrt be allowed to land at Delagoa Bay without, deposi ting £20. and that those wlio wish to en ter the Transvaal must either h -.ve a per mit. or procure local employment witnin a week. Those who fail 1 1 comply with these conditions will bo expelled _ ? The qurntitv of wheat r.nd flour tfl a for the United Kingdom is estimated a4 2,150,000 quarters, as nsrains1, 2.400,000 quarters last week and 3,160,001 quar ters a year ago. The quantity afloat fov the Continent is estimated nt 950,030 quarters, as n-iainst 1 ,030.000 quarters last wool: and 1,-100,000 quarters si year ago. Sheepskins. — The market was asraS very buoyant nnd an improve nent of about a farthing was noticeable on. .last weeks rates for .\ll tr ol lines of merinos and fin*3 erossbreds. while the coarser grades of crossbreds sold at unchanged values. Ac n vncnli HlO nflllVl ntTll Pnf cf cllfiflr ers not...
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Local Blrectory Kfiwsr.wrR. Th6 ' Cauowiiulra Star,11 — s fair a«d impartial 'organ, which takes no party ; ?; -wile, In^'ttnvw to give .accurate jiifoitu* l^-ibrf ou Ml subjects ; a local pa lift which ii entitled to the support of all wel] vickers of tke distiii't. AUCTWXliKi'.S. John Finn. 1UXKS. Cimmcrcinl MunVrnp; Company of Sv-ln«v. Limited. Manager — V. £31a tell ford. lll.AOKSJUTHS AS5J \YIIEli)-\V):l-mTS B A vrton J 0 Mr.rka F \ViUiaj!lS. Ckishst. Canowiiidra Disiu'Sisiny, KUILUCIIS W 11 Atkinson BAKERS M. Contollo. rAITCHEUSt Gendac.ro nnd Graham. T. L. Kirkkmd UOTIX KFKFBBS JT Dirvor. Junction Hotel J II Mavtilmll, Victoria Hotel SATIM.EKS Atkinson Bros IXBU1IAXCE AGKXCIES Liverpool, and Londou and Globe Fire atud Lite. — J J Finn. STOHMiHEPERS T. Finn J. Bnyd. TJXDERTAKBKS J C Merita W Atkinson woor- AND PliGDTjCE BCVEIiS T Bkeon . ?
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
§?ast*l and Telegraphic Information. Ofi'icf. Hours. Post Office opeu 9 a. in. to 6 p.m. Telegraph Oiiioo opea 9 a.m. to 8ji.ni. Moaoy Orders, daily from 9 a.m. U: p.m. Savings Bask open daily from 9 a. in t p.m. Postal Notes (Sale of) durir.g post office 1 low's ; dishing, tluring money ? , ?l'der kourp. Nolo.— -All offices am closed during sorting of mails from Sydney ill 1 0.iJi1 a.m. daily. Ahrivxt, of Maim. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, ??daily at lo-3o s,.ia. (jijuTO Tuesday, Thursday aud Satui - ; dnv at 1 fl.m. Etigownt, Tuesday ami Saturday a( I . Sn. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Tkursd*y and Satur-: AnvRt 1.30 p.m. Wall i rimi-aiKlnramu. Wednesday and 6 1 1 unlay at K p.ra. Goolugoiig, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwood »u-i I'iiinlfttt., Monday, Wednesday, and Friday nt U p.m. i)n'AiiTWi;ii Ri' JTxils. For Syduoy ead Woodstock-, daily al J. 30 jvn CWrn, Monday, Wo&scsdsy and Fli msy at 1 1 a.m. J'jag'OTv;'^ Monvlsy a«d Friday at 1 K Cargo, Monday, Wednesday andFri 4»yat 8.3-J ...
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Gazette Notices. Revocation of ]unt of tract set apart ' ' for Original conditional purchase or con ditional leasn. Land LisTntcT of Fout'Ks. I Witkiu Eugowra Holding, resumed area No. 656a. Part, or area set apart for original conditional purchase or conditional lease, .'notified 12t!i October. 1901. Omintv of I Askburukam, paiisk of Waugun, area about 8 KJ acres. Taat part within tko following boundaries : Commencing at tke nortk- west corner of portion I2C of 4 acres ; and bounded tkence on part of tko east by tke west boundaries of portion 126, 117, ilG, 11 a. and 128, and a line hearing soutk t- tin noith boundary of portion 18; thence by part of tke north boundary of that portion and its prolon gation west to meet the northerly pro longation of the west boundary of portion 98 : tliunco by part of that prolongation soutk to meet the south-easterly prolonga tion of a mirth-easterly boundary of por tion 1 39 ; thence by that prolongation and that boundary nortk-westerly to its ex...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
£6Q REWARD. PAID by tli* U ndersigswd for informa tion tfiat will lead to ike conviction ?I any person STEAIjTNG OATTLIj or SHEEP belonging vo tke Eaugaroo or Conomodiue Runs, . HAMILTON OSBORNE. J. M. ATKINSON. 'BANGAROO Tar Fire Earmark Sheep # 7 J=^z- Cattle J*Q ^ ? » i Horses j CONOMOOINE j 'Sheep -OO tr Cattle -X- C- ' 1 Horses ,-X- Hubroy Robinson, - - fitwsagent y-*v Fancy Good* //]\- Kusic |l\ «nfl » \ Bsok Sailor. Best br&*&» Tip«»i Tobacso, Cigw n»4 CifmT«tU^»lway« «n k»nd *t lowost Pri®68 , , , : for ifctrfetntiU IfutOHi Auu r«»*« # ?eiety ?« J ««i Pav»6U Cudal Roller Flour Hill CftKOWiNBRA BRAHG1I. Wheat Gristed In any quantity FLOUR, BRAN, & POLLARD. ALWAYS ON IIAND. L. K1RKLAND, j AGENT. Public Mice. PHELPS & CO,, ! BOOTMAKERS, ETC., CANOWINDRA Atlclitaon Bros. Saddlery Mart. A Trial solicited. Repairs neatly -and ckoajily executed. ^ JUNCTION HOTEL C A N O W I N D 11 A, SVI ATT. DWYER PROPRIETOR, Only Wines The _9 Spirits Best And Brand...
STRASBOURG AND OLIVE CROUTONS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
STRASBOURG AND OLIVE CROUTONS Required : One dozen small rounds of bread, a srall pot of Strasburg paste, about six olives, an ounce or more of fresh butter. Stamp out aoui^ email neat rounds of bread with a plain cutter. They ehould be tbe size ot half-a-crowJ, and about twice the thickness. Fry them in hot hunter till a golden brown. On each spread a layer of the Stras bourg paste. Chop the olirej coarsely, and put a pile of them on e^ch crouton. You may require more olives than the ^ quantity I have given. With a forcing- ba^, force out tbe fresh butter in a neat little design round tho ed;e of each ciouton. Arrange on a fancy lace paper and ' ?em.
Opening of Miners' Arms Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Opaniug of Minors' Arms Hotel. ' For some time past, over sines the pur chase of the Miners' Anns property by Mr, Jos, Kerr, tho public of Canowindra had boon on the tip toe of expectation, :i uniting the time when they could have tho opportunity of wishing the genial 'Jeo' long lite and prosperity as pro prietor of that well known hostelry. Deeper interest still was taken in tho matter when towards the cud of last week it became known that Mr. Kerr had at last came to terms for the purchase of tho good will from tho late proprietress, Mrs. L. Dennis, aud many suppositions were rite as to the manner iu which the new ? propr'et. r would announce his proprietor ship to the public. Few doubted that tliia ffl.ii-.ii™ of the business would te nt tonded to in good .tasto and in the best form, but tho mariner of tho thing was what they wanted to know. All doubts were set at rest by an advertisement which appeared in our last issue notify ing the public that a social would be ?-riven in the...
Ladies' Column FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A SIMPE CANVAS TOILETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Ladies' Column FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE; By M13S ADA MELLER. (All Bio its Hksbbved.) j A SIMPE CAVVAS .TOILETTE. '2 MATERIAL that is too little thought of generally, when the composition of a new toilette is ongrosBing the attention, but which is much to the fore this season, is oanvaB, which has everything to recom mend it for summer wear. It is light, cool, and serviceable, and although trans parent is not so fine but that it may pre sent a perfectly successful appearance if mounted on a material other than silk. Canvas dross lengths of all colours are among the fashionable materials for summer weir, particularly fresh-looking being the new shrimp-pink canvas whiob, made up with a touch of black by way of contrast, resolves itself into one of the daintiest toilettes for hot weather wear. The full-length figure sketched Bhows a pretty suggestion for a gown of pink canvas trimmed with black velvet ribbon. The skirt ia made in the now modish way, with three flounces at the foot, t...
Cudal. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Cudal. ? i ('From our Correspondent. j A few light showers fell on Saturday j night last, accompanied by an exceeding- j iy Co id wind. On Sunday it was fine but j cold. Snow is visible on Mt. Cauoblns. j The grass is Idoking green, but the crops are very backward — in some instances are not yet above ground — an 1 smn : farmers are still ploughing for whe.it, whilst others are preparing their land for corn. Tho stock is faring very badly, though hard feeding is being carried on ia nil quarters. ~' A hare drive was held at Mv. TJ. A«h cmfts on Wednesday lasf, when 36;) rodents were tagged, Ncne of tho bares wero marketed, owing to poison baring been laid in the paddocks driven. Though we have had sufficient rain to cause' a nice spring in the grass, there hss not. yet been sufficient f.jr conserva tion purposes, and stoc-k havo still to oo| driven some distance. i _Aug 4, lth-2. - i . i
NECK RUFFLES AND COLLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
NECK RUFFLES AND COLLARS. Neck- ruffles and summer boas were never Been under prettier conditions than in this Coronation year. A neck ruffle of spotted net, chiffon, grass-lawn, or some such trifl - is quite indispensable to the woman who aims ai buing fashionably dreBsed. It is the details of a toilette, the ' Email nothings,' that make or mar it. They are all important. Some faehtAnakln «£ i-1 ? ? I .-ou.vuai/iu ?suucwiae vi iiUU wuBtibtt are sketched in this column, and will no doubt afford Bome useful hints to women and girls. The summer boa sketched is a simplo but essentially modish model, and can be copied in black or white spotted net. It is easily made, consisting merely of three frills mounted one above the other on a band of ribbon, an inch and a haU or so wide* and falling scarfs flounced at the ends. Each frill should be edged with bebe ribbon, and used again on the flounce both at the edge and above. A black and wnite effect is both smart and becoming, and this is obt...
Ways of Living. DEAD AND DYING PROFESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Ways ol Living. DEAD AND DYING PROFESSIONS. 3Wg*AVE you not noticed that oerta:n cfolp peculiar trades and professions — - once in a flourishing condition — have suddenly died out altogether or are now but the shadow of their former greatness ? Aseuradly one of the moat profitable of these wss the buying up of old clothes i ana naery tor the purpose ot bartering with savages. Years a go a trader em- i ployed a steamship running between Eng land and Africa solely for this work. The stuff was landed at a convenient port, where it was received by an agent, who promptly journeyed into the interior, there to exobange it with aavage chiefs for ivory, gold, and precious stones. In thoBe days one could meet the un tutored eavage in the interior of Africa, strutting proudly about in all the glory of a silk bat, a pait of corsets, and — nothing else ! The favourite 'undress' uniform of a certain native king con sisted of an admiral's gorgeous gold-laced coat and a pair of large size dancing B...
Canowindra P., A., and H. Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Canowindra P., A., and H. Assccla * tion. ANNUAL MEETING. The aunual meeting of the Oanowi,n dra P., A., and H. Association was held on Saturday afternoon last, tho business of the meeiing being to rSjjive tho report and balance sheetv*f-id to nominate members for tho commiitve, which under a rule recently agreed to was to include all officers «nd therefore con sist of 25 members. There was a splen did attendance of members, there being present. Messrs G. K. Minter (presi dout),T.L.Kirkland.C.Whitmee,R.Ayrton J. Goodacre, H. Thompson, M. Thompson. W. IT. Regan, W. Ferguson, G. Fergu son, Jas. Dtvyer, J. B. Newland, J. II. Marshall, T. Callau, A. Robinson, T. J. Crawford, Win. Bassett, Jno: Boyd, W, .Tones. F. C. Crowe, 11. Swindle, G1 J. Grant, Jos. Jones F E. Craven, T. Cus ack, E. Ryan, Win. Cobley, J. Cook, and the secretary Mr. J. J Finu. The minutes of last r nual* meeting and special meetings were confirmed. The report and balance shoet was then considered. Mr. T. Finn moled, ...
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Varieties. ti®toUR forefathers were great people for scents and perfumes, fragrant ^Sj^i herbs, and spicce, and the aston ishing amount of seasoning they put with the simplest dishes. Army and navy officers in Germany are obliged to make a deposit of JB1,600 with the government before they are permitted to marry. There are places in the great Libyan desert that have an abundant supply of water, obtained from an underground bed of sandstone. The water comes to the surface through wells from 450 to 500 feet in depth, and irrigates broad areas of cultivated lands, interspersed with palm groves. The oasis of Dakhla particularly, is in a fine state of cultivation as a result of this irrigation. The subject is of special interest here, because there are great regions in our western country, where it is known that water lies under arid plains, and variouB projects are on foot for making it available for irrigation purposes. The days of the village fair were inter- j eating. Peasants in cur...
School of Arts. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
School g! Arts. COMMITTEE MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Committee of tll9 School of Arts took place on Tues day last there being present. Messrs T. Finn (president), li. Ayrton, J. H, Ma, _ shallf L. Kirkland, P. Coady, J: Cook. Jno. Bovd) Geueral regi'et was expressed at the absence of the secretary and the caitse for same, M. T. Finn takiiig tip the duties pro tem' The minutes of previous meeting were read atid c -.liurnjed. Mr. Couk thought something should be done.in regard to i.ue Art Union which should have been drawn on August 2nd. Mr. Boyd moved that tho draw be post poned until O.dober 2nd, and that in the meantime all tickets bo called in. At the .request of the meeting Mr- T. J. Finn consented to act as secretary in the mean time. The Ce mnittee appointed in conncction with the forth coming bread and butter social reported that collections had been taken and all arrangements made. The meeting theh closed.
GOOSEBERRY FOOL A LA GARCON. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
GOOSEBERRY FOOL A LA GABOON. Required : Two pounds of gooseberries, three-quarters of a pound oi' loaf sugar, one gill of water, half a pint of good cus tard to each pint of gooseberry pulp. For the custard, two eggs to each half a pint of milk, sugar to taste. Cut off the 'tops and tails' of the goose berries and wash them iu cold water. Put them in a pan with the water aoj^sugar. Boil gently. If your saucepan gets too dry, you must go on adding a little more water, but you Bbould add as little water as possible to prevent it from being too watery. W hen t'„e gooseberries are eoft, rub all through a wire sieve, and measure the pulp. Then make the required quantity of custard. Boil the milk, beat up the egge, stir the milk gradually into them. Sweeten to taste. Pour into ajng, place tha jug in a pan of boiiing water ou the fire, and stir till it boils and thickens. Then add to the gooseberry pulp. Mix well. Pl&oe the jug containing the 'Fool' in b freezing mixture, composed ...
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 8 August 1902
Progress Committee. The ordinary monthly tneei'ng of the Canowindra Progress Committee was held in the School of Arts Hall on Tuesday evening last when there wen ^resent Messrs T. Finn (chairman\ R. Ayrlon, J. H. Marshall, L. Kirkland, P. Coady, J. Cook, J. Boyd, and the secretary Mr. M. J. Finn. Tho secretary read the minutes of tho previous meeting which were confirmed on the motion of Messrs Kirklaud and Ayrton. Inward nnd outwards correspondence were received and ndopted. Mr. Ayrton asked under which Super intendent the turning from Church Hill nto the ruain street Canowindra was. He thought, the abruptness could be min:? luised and so take awny a certain amount of danger ' 'ore was in tunring at pro sent. 4 The general bpinioii appstlVod to be that this was an' unnecessary work, nnd that it might be waste of time to do any thing in tlio matter. Mr. Jjoyd moved, ' That the Road Superintendent be written to, renu'stiug that the rond be formed near Wile.oxs and that the turning ne...