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Church of England Conversations. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 April 1902

Church of England Conversations. ' Owing tn tlio very unsatisfactory build- ? ing used here for the purpose of cele 'bratiug Church of England services, the ?members of tl:« congregation intend hold ing a conversatzione here on the 28tli instant for the - purpose of -discussing various church matters. The hall at pre ?Bent used. lor u. ^^iiuiuii, wn^u wiuud uhm draughts run riot is a most unsuitable building, and tbe opiriioiv is held by not a few church people tlantihe timcls now' lipe for action to be 'taken' towards tlio erection of a more commodious, and com fortable -building'. The' erection of a pretty churcli will certainly enhance tlie appearance ot our town, and will be a source of comfort to tho very large .oon greg-ation who attend tlio services. With the magnificent samof £143 in hand,, Resides several donations which liarp teen promised, the meeting should not : Ip abortive, and before many rarnths liave passed yet another edifice should be r ndded to our fast progiWiug...

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 April 1902

Wanted!, f ADY HELP.— Salary 10s per week. *? Apjily, ; 1IES. DAVIER, Canowindra.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Forbes Races. By Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 April 1902

Forbes Racss. By Telegraph. At tho Forbes meeting on Wednesday the weather was beautiful and the at tendance largo. . Uesults : — . Opekixg Handioai\ — 1 mile. Goldliust, 8.7 . . . . l Meiralia 9.10 . . . . 2 13en, 8.4 .. .. ..3 Other starters —Miss Trenchant, ? Zero, Trichord, Corollary. Mife Trenchant eliirtod favourite at 2 to 1 against. Time, I.44-J. BfiuiAWANG Handicap. — 6 f uilongs. Jonah, 8.7 ? 1' Bosehill, 8.5 .... 2 Peerless, 9.0 .. . . 3 Time, 1.18 -4.-AI.he. Town Plate. — 1 mile lfurlonn-. ' War Cloud, 7.10 .. ..1 Tho Jester, 8.0 .. .. 2 Barloy Breo, 8.2 . . . . 3 Time. 1.57$. Commonwealth Handicap. — 1 mile. Rmiii, 8.7 .. . . ' . . 1 Trichord, 10.0 .. ..2 Lantier, 8.13 . . . . 3 Other starters — Rerwick. Silence, and Stugosa. Time, 1.4G. PjjaieieTjAkds Handicap. — 1 mile. Grey Gown, -\7 . . . . 1 Jonah, 7X ? 2 Amaroo, 7.3. . . . ..3 ?Gipsy Girl also storied. Time, 1.45. Second Day. Phesttjent's Handicap.— One mils. Holly, 9.7 ? 1 Zero, 9.4 . . ' . . . . 2 Lantier, 8.1 1...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

BLOODS. The champion blood horse this year is' Vendetta, the property of Mr. 1*. H. Mor-' ton, who is now one of our most promi- j ncnt breeders of stud stock, cattle as well . as horses. Vendetta is by Orme from Nemesis, and was bred by Mr. C. E. L. Hrvaiit. England. being live years old. Me is a omereni siyie 01 iiuiau muiu .mu | ol' bis predecessors in tho championship' as Courage, torrcze, and Oscillator, being! more powerfully built and bigger in the1 body. He is as tine a horse as one could' wish to see in tbe body, beautiful head' well carried, good neck, high wither, greaq j strength of shoulder, not* a long back,; deep ~ loin, and powerful ^ hindquarters. ; Hut when tbe eye, in running over him, comes to bis legs, the dcfect is at once notice able. Though allowance must always be made for appearances in a blood horse,! still bis legs look hardly big enough to be j equal to the strength indicated by his i splendid hodv, and il this years champion has a serious fault, it will...

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

COBS. ! The cob stallions only brought forth two entrants, the winner being the property of Mr. Irving Winter, named Carados, 2 years and 3 months old, by Caractus dam Spot. .He is a very fine eolt, and when full grown, should be a particularly hand some horse.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORSE SECTION. The Exhibits. ARAB STALLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

HORSE SEOTIOU. The Exhibits. ARAB STALLIONS. Tlie exhibit of horses this year was a considerable improvement upon what we j have been used to. Tho diU'cronee was[ remarkable in the greater excellence of t lie j entrants, greater variety ami greater num- 1 hers in some of the important classes. Kor instances, for many years the Arab breed was represented bv one stallion — Snow — | an«l perhaps our other ol' the class. This! year oh I Xn«»w was conspicuous )-y bis absence — perhaps the I'aet that he was heaten last year for the lirst time preyed upon tin' mind of his hwikm* ; hut any how In' bail rome to he an oh! friend there in the eyes ol' horse loving folk, ami his absence was very noticeable. This year I'. I'. Morton's ?' Vendetta'' (imp.), ?'- years. Champion Wood Stallion. there were live exhibits, all very line look ing animals, the lirst prize going to Desert Horn, an imported horse, coal black, tbe properly of Mr. il. Watt.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Electricity as a Bodily, Healer. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Electricity as a &EH%'flealer, rA b2X? 31 Cu«tsiQM.n ti uiiiCs -trlttiV t/. jjl bc»va^v tta* ollvl V. vox* 'js: \ 'A tut '-lit « trtii- -/. TV! H *1'.'. «« li'.'*. 1 ilfe.T WOCVfl' li«T% i'J^kyC U*rvt s44TOl»rb*.'.'.«r 'dUyj UL-yrJliVl^ibT w v.«r wnivjan' 'uv juri 'j\:; t'vuviiut -.«i t it-v v- biTf- hv* ',»??* w( u- T u tvu;. -;--.?? ihh v*. -..in M «. iitiOijrtdfca -- ;-iuy* V'» v. Hblilf': 'u\±v\ ii 4^ I*.' l\G.vliu.ujrii.ui Jji'.vsr^v .v.' i»t & jrviiuoit uuiintLvii ii '1^^. v b'-ti'tUk '.H t !.»vv hif.. ut .'.'WUU', u! llAfjT 'Tt-y.'U '.'wy. liiw iivmi' rupK; Tiiiiii *ii%T '.''.''.t ;; i t*vi iu i~i Unni'nu. Vtr&ibvu'z Saad Sf.»bp PfiTiJion. «i:h b oapjiA) roixiing isw ffiiliiote ci deii&r= - Tbt Dt McL&tsg Liia 1st*: i-raac h oSofct is tie prindji'&j cii ifefc oi ^istrica. hnc art cow opK-Eiug is 1-Le T&rioc£ AaBlrali&ij Tbe L'r McLang-blis C-ompatj art dow oBerhig \o A tL^raliiiEc their Trond^rful Electrk* Beit- ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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General Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

€anerat Matters. At Parkes Police Court three selectors were 'fined amounts totalling £13 Is 4d. for neglecting to destroy rabbits oil their several properties. Mr. G-. H. Hebden denies that he evet promised a donation of £55sforJthe sheep section of Mohmir Show, 1903, stating : that such a donation wo\ild be thrown, away asanautumnexliibition in connection witli a pastoral society was a farce as fat as sheep was concerned. Two extraordinary vacancies have oc curred in the Cudal Council through tho resignation of Aldermen J. S. Parket and George Gavin. Opposition Leader Lee states on good authority that in all probability a severe and distressful period will be experienced during the coining winter, and that O'Sullivan's minimum wage system will be to blame. Pastoralists whose stock are fast dying Heed look for ho further explanation. The workman who finds his Occupation gone need seek no further the reason. The minimum wage law and the iniquit ous dHy labor system which prevents a ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Pearson's Carbolic Sand Soap. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Pearson's Carbolic Sand Soap. h *A a bl-x-k of '??I'1:.: Sans Soap ir tLv urjiQ'Je build ?ii? w'b.f.b Pe-sr-'.':! Br ^.. ^3 Henry p * . Ijh L^^v- ereK.^1 on ibe bliow ?trvyj'.ri i'.-T ih'r p'irp'*^: O* hrili'/.TlU tiiUJ v'.'iiiw'j-jfafr'.onr' w«i:j V!or'. til*- pyWk*. Thh vu'.-oeE- v.-jsacl: linu ba= acJsievesi lib--; . a-- 'A'Bi f.o:'v vj JjKr enpect'.-d., & 'A I.'u Uii'vrr into tbe field. Some kiive ccoe &o jar'a^ so copy the ^hs|»e and ^TappiSi: ol ihe »Saod i/Jwki in tb*sr eodeavcur \o trade on Pear.-?C'^ Bro-/ s&esiing jep'jUkVloi:. V^i rj^twithstaiAQij^ ;be^e com jj^s:vjr=. tie oiisjjut oi tbe tnu =:!.'] increa^s. aud b-JUrinei1. i= sow been pu-hed in the titter oi Victoria. The at value oi Pearson's Carbolic Sand .Soap a- a tveacver h&* laieiy r.^en brought :?:\o vj.*ecial prorcinence on aceoant of :ts di-sinfeetant propertk-.-. There is no chance oi plaj/ye jierms. or any other genus making a iiviiig where PeHT^n's Sand Soap is u=ed. l'he f-rm...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The Coming Shearing. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Ths Corning Shearing* We took the opportunity of interview* ing several members ol the local Stock Board while in town last week as. to the outlook fot the coming shearing and found that all approached were agreed things looked black. It was thought by several that there would be little shearing done at all this year in the diss triet, most of the ehfeep being away and the few huhdrods ot tnouBanas tnar xe* mained could be shorn by station hands-. Speak ing to .Mr, Curr, local repreaen^ ti ve of the Pastoralifts UnioBi he said his best hopes was that his: union and representatives of the A.M^.U. Would agree to have the points of dispute bo» tween them referred to arbitration in time to prevent anj^dieagreenlent this as neither side could afford to be wrangling now. Hs thought if the exact pbsitiog. was known it would be A great help. So far as the P.Ij. wastoficerned they werfe prepared to go to arbitc-ation^Tfi*

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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High-Class Portraiture. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

High-Class Portraiture. Talma it Co. have now on show one of the linest collections of high -class portraiture ever seen in Australia. Many of the processes of photography are shown, and all classes of mil people ine represented by their work. Country people coming to town will find here the best studios for turning out artistic and faithful work.

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

; ^ . THE j SCdibmercSal Barsklegi Go.j'of Sydiisy, Ltd. Capital Paid Up £1.000.000 ?Reserve Fit?® £1,010.000 Beskve Capital £1,000,000 LIB El? At advances made on APPROVED SECURITIES. -''HIGHEST BATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. ALL USUAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. V. BLATCHFORD, Manager Canowindra Branch. Harding & Pile5 R.D.S., SURCEOS BEHTISTS, P O P R P Q. ^ILL visit CANO WINDB A— APRIL 13th, 20ft, and 21st. — :vr — MARSHALL'S VICTORIA HOTEL. COWRA, AFRIL 22nd — AT — WATT'S CHEMIST SHOP. Will also visit CABGO, OUDAL, GOOLAGONG, and EUGOWBA on dates to be advertised. '[A Cahd.'] DR. A. J. DA VI ES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, C1NOTINDEA. THE Homnmn star. AND iMmt Recorder. ^ 'IIDAY, APRIL 18.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The "Perfect" Cream Separators. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

The 'Perfect' Cream Separators.! ']'lu ii- whs ii linive display of cream si-par- 1 utors il ll»' H'}''1 sll0,v l|,iR yon.'-, tho miiuli. i nf different makes bcjn^ larger Ihan ksl ti !ii. while tin; excellence of tl.c nmn, I- (ndini- Mini finish of the machines whs indis liutn I'l' 1 ? fNliibit llmt received 11 lot of fnvom.il'li' coiiimoilt WIIS that of Messrs. J. ? ? mi A Co.. of 'JI Wilson-strcel, New V n 'Purled.' iowh. tlii' nuonl- r l'le appropriately-named ' l'evli-ct '' separator. The ' I'erfei'1 ic turned out by the ]-n.ti-h fil-m of ]5uiiiioi-t. i .V Wain, who employ some 2,ft0) linnik supply tlie world with nil d'assus uf ilniv\ u'ljuisites. Denmaik, is, of CDiirsi'. tin1 l'11'1 ,'H- dairying world, unol Messrs. Uui iin-i--' ? 1 A' Wain, at Copenhagen liml (lit- ihImimm -? of being able lo make use of the liili'-l ili . ? u-ries revealed in tlie butter trade when designing their great niacin:^ ; Awarded lirst prize |tlie Grand Priit a*, th-. Paris Inhibition , .f I'lufi,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Local News. [?] Building [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

~gfi* ^a! I@¥sF3. - _ . ... rch SuIIdlns' ' B.C-CWL , - ? . iv. 0 „ ? . «t a meeting or t.ne r - ®unday 'n connection -Ritli the ? deeded that the tsrrf, a tpd fm. ^ ? ot Cowra, should he , Catholic Church conduction of th* lota. , follr fenf]p,.s There vcr considerably, °pen^. the liigbest bni rVs was £1P4'3 over £l 200, vlnlst Mr. *11 nd -hat of j 10s. 1 lie second lowest te. . r. i n-^ t-. .-r,. v , ? -.HJtvS. it ?was decided that the whole 'M required should be on the £ mritvirt weeks after the signing of tte so that the architect woulfi. . , -t opportunity to inspect nnd -,t'the' otherwise. It is anticipated :th r,nBS building will he completed by i \ufcl just about twelve mouths after th'fc ' ^ ject was first mooted. The l-rieks „i' used in the construction of the chm , will he made either at Bolmore or ' «6 either clav is suitable for ibe ram™ Tho foundntion stone of tho new building will he laid on lltli prnx. by Right Bev. ) Dr. Dmuje, Bishop of Batbursf. ' |

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

S| PRIMA DONNA ? r* a. Corsets. Are now Made NEW - - W*- Straight Front SPRING - Specially designed to give a produces t^oEt Perfeot Hips. ^HKplsaHBjE? * As required by the Latest F ashion. May be obtained With or Without Suspenders. ?-e--i Each Pair Is Stamped ont 8ar)d Inside S L. PRIMA DONNA | * Wholesale Agent : B, PHILLIPS, 18 Barrack street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Rabbits. Our readers will fin d ennsiderablo in- j ?forest in the following- item clipped from the tthow report of the ' Baturst Times.' ' It seems almost unl.-iml to refer to one ?gentleman who has been a frequent prize-lvinnor since 1S64, as having ob f^ijierl lifnimv: in the show that venr. Jiiy. H. C. Sut tor is one of the best iireeders and most competent judges of sheep in the Comnion.woaUh, and his experience as'a a pastoralist proli ably in cludes every species of pest and worry. Y/e are sorry to say that in 1SG4 he ?t ook first prize for a pair of rclbifs. Ye 'Gods ! is it possible that the A. II. and P. Association has evolved from a body of men who gave prizes for breeding rali 'hits? Mr. S'lttor must, be forgiven — 1864 is a .long time ngo, and . he probably j -witilies now Uo had never seen a rabbit «u his life.' . j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Let the Best Man Win! [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Let the Best Man Win ! Given two soldiers of equal sirengih and courage, the one with the most knowledge oi hi- weapon win easiiv. Given two iarmers of equal enerijy and fortune, the one with tbe mosTt knowledge will win every time. It is the primal law of existence, '-the sur vival of the fittest,' and never ceases ;o be mercilesslj enforced. Tlit. wpaV in knowiedL'e of atrricuhure and the use of manure.- in agriculture must inevitably go under. beaK-n by the Australia!) ciiuiatic conditions. Instances of this fact are visible on every side. Why. then hesitate about sending down It. lOd. to the Federal Press. Sydney, for a copy of ' A 13 C of Manuring.' which iviil supply tbe knowledge required to play the winning, money-making game against the seasons in Australia ?

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

PORCELAIN STATUETTES AND SACRED ORNAMENTS. Sacked Hearts, Our Lady, St. Joseph, St. Anthony, St. Aloysius and a Variety of Subjects. iit luch 4s. p. .pair; 7 in., 3s. ; 5 in.. Is. 6d. per p;\ir. post free. \\Y h.ivt- »u ??;...ck ? \ . i \ thing appertaining to your devoiion-. Whent-ver voujcquiie anytiiinr im nuiMfi' v.iiat it i-. write and state your want*, atul enclo-t- tnf amojiit by che-ju^ nt nuiM'/.v oilier thnt you dt^ire to spend; make Ur your !rien«l-. we v.iij h.- much .judgn.-r ni ;n -electing the articles-, and exercise as inu«h care Jin the pack in.' and j'l'onijinif1-.- oi dispatch. a- if you were standing in per?un at our counters. ' ...... j Al TAR UACCC lfichlv Kiectro-plated. Gilt inside. Green Hai-e li- jtt-jji ^ in. | 'Lln' high. *10 6 pair : 10} in. high. 12,6 pail ; po-t im. I CANDLESTICKS. Genuine Nickel-plated White Metal, beautifully turned - impo-ing PDIIPIPIYCC Pure White Metal — on substantial base— richly nickeled : J4j in. high; UnUUirlACO. lu.ver tarni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

i CHARLES READ & CO, ] \ STRAND ARCADE. 420 George Street, - ^ Gentleman's Size. BUSHMAN WATCHES. Our Faithful Time-beepers, Gun Metal Case, Strong Crystal Glass. Price - - 20/- . Will run for 20 years. They are strong Levermove ment They are CompenB&tion Bal ance i They are accurately adjusted I and regulated * j They have interchangeable i parts They are Non-mapnetio They have Ruhy Roller Jewels They are Damp & Dust-proof They are specially made for hard wear They arc Guaranteed They are only 20 /- - ? SYDNEY. 3 Write for f i ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, C j JEWELLERY, SILVERWARE \ and watches. ( POST FREE. J 15ct BEE BROOCH, set with Opal or Turquoise, \ j Price - 17/6. ^1

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