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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
Til 15 # _ '? C@i^iersla! Banking Ca^ ef Sj/dnsf, Ltd. « *\viTAi l\u» Uv £ 1*000, 000 ; l.'tts'a £1,0-0,0;)U H-rsi: 'i; C'a it/ai, £ 1,000,000 ADVANCES MAD3! ON Ai'i'ROYitt) t?WJL'HITil£S. 3'l&rtKST.KJ\TjvS ALLOWED FOR iMii-MoiTi at ] est. -ALL USUAL BA X K ! NO- BUSINESS;' ?TRANS MSfED. '1 V. BLAGTKFORD, Manager Canowindi-a Branch. - j .v rv.iuj. j /fir. fL J. Bavies, ; 'P2YSIHAS ASS SURGE0S CAN O WIN 1)1? A j flaring & File R.S.S., ?sua-sEcse hestist, -KAY BIS CONSULTED AT - iUTTS' P 8 A 3 H A C Y, ' KtfJDJXL STREET, COWRA, FORBES nHour-i'fponi&p^r.t. is!: 5 p.m. 'J.-J-X-dLlf cahowindra 'star' AND If osl! stock Hssonler. '1'ItIDAY, AUGUST 15.
Homebush Fat Stock Sales. SHEEP, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
H jr;i3b:iih Fat Stack Sales. elisor, Monday. 10, 7t7 penned, principally useful aud lio-ht merinos, with occasional pens of prime. About 1,200 imported sheep for ward. chiefly jfroui New 2saland and Tasmania. There was a good attendance of buyers present, but as the supply was withiii requirements the market opened weaker, although as the sales progressed competition for prime and heavy pens became animated, and values quite equal to previous rates : other descriptions however, weve easier . throughout. Lambs : Small supply penmd, anl mar ket weaker. Prime mer!&3 wethf:s 21s to 24s. Extra to 27s. Few to 29s 6d. Good merino wethers 1 i to 18s 6-d. Medium 1 Is to 13s. Prime xbre-i wethers 23s to 20s. ?Extra 27b 6d to 305. OJd psus to 41s. Good xbred wethers 17s 6d to 20s. Medium 12s to'.l 3s Gd. Priule merino ewes los to 10s Gd, ' E.ttra 17s to IMs. Good merino ewes 12s to 13s. Medium Ss to 'Js Gd. Inferior Gs to 7s. 1 rime xnred ewes los oil u) los b&. Goad las to 10...
Bread and Butter Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
Braad and Batter Danes. | Tlie Bread and Butter Dunce held in ] the School of Arts Hall on Tuecdav i evening last., unlike a great number of other efforts bold ill aid of the same ob ject, it is pleasing to state proved a most decided success, about 40 couplos ueiug presunt, aud the function being carried' out without the slightest hitch. Dancing commenced at about 3.15 to music sup plied by Mr. J. Wall, who had consented to supply the music for the evening free 1 of all charge. Mr. C. F. Atkinsoti acted as M-O. and performed the duties in his usual einsieut milliner. Dancing was ciintimieu until aliout midnight when afte-' tea, c.iii'ie. sand r i ;hes and cordials had been handed round tho President , Mr. T. -J. Finn thankod those who had so kindly attended mid assisted the effort with do nations. Ito elated tint ho thought it nossihle the readinsr room would now soon be built and expressed the hope that the young- people would then become mem bers .-and assist the institution in e...
Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
Fi-zaoR Katch. In tins issko tlio Lanowir.dra Gun ] Club announce a £t- pigeon match to be -si iot oii'oil Wednesday morning Septem ber 2-Uli. We Understand thai there are ? at present on hand almost 100 good ?strong kin's and tlie secretary requests us to ask the members oi the club oi\j those iiikiiiliiig' -o nominate who know of birds available to c-i'Jier procure same or inform -the secretary so that tlie supply may bo iiiiVi.'iiUcd. As will bo noticed ?'tliero is a slight difference in the amounts required from members aud ;-.on members, » but every opportunit v will be ?;iven. we -.lner.siand for uon membe.is to become weuibers, aud as it is the intention of tlie | club Ui hold matches regularly in future, :'i!)8Q gentlemen who are not already .riembeiii should see the advisability of .'ecoming so without delay. Sydney. ? iun Club rules will be htrietly observed, t ia this ist,u5 also a ineGtiug of the club is . inouik-evl to be hc-ld in the School of \rts Hall on Saturdny nex...
Coonamble. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
Cooiiamblo. . A correspondent, under date 6tli ini-t , j writes as tdlows; - 'Through tho con- 1 munition of tlio drought this district which has suffered hoivily, is now in a very serious couditicu. ? 'There has not licon anv bencficiul rain since August 1901, a fact which accounts tor the ro marha' lo scarcity of water, which, with the exception of artesian waters is almost uiVprtRjurulila. Somd people are com pelled to cart water fur 10 or 15 miles for household purposes. Many of the sta tions have lost very heavily in stock. . The Australian Workers Union is mak ing a very determined stand against tlie l\ U. for and increase, of 2s rd per 100 in the- shearing rate. Several, sheds nrc out on strike, amongst which are War rann, AYingadee, aud Gummin Qumniin. Coign was out for a iavr days, but work has been resumed at full union rates. Several other sheds cull the roll within a few weeks. . . Tie train has just commenced running to this place from Dubbc, tliou»h as yet there has be...
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
Accident. At about 10 a. in. on W etiassJay raorn % last n young man named Henry iclnnan.ishilslengiigej clearing timber Sir. J. line's property at Gospel Oak ? t with a somewhat serious accidcnt. ;r - and his partner Mr. A. Creasy wore '„h burning aud grubbing, and' whilst ;-aged taking out a green sappling, a I r tree, near bye, which had been fired, ,ene -_.i llie limbs sinking Buckman o.'j head and. inflicting what appears t-j a very -.1 n stj' scalp wo u n d Wo bcli eve lic-aladrica was not sought at tho ; aud no further particulars are to d. f.
THE RABBIT AND THE MOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
THE BABBIT AND THE MOLE; The rabbit is the ivy's friend. Few, indeed, are the English wild plants which the rabbit will not eat. Even such poisons as deadly as nightshade and aconite go down with the rest — though they say that persons who eat rabbits which have grazed upon these plants are liable to be poisoned — but growing ivy the rabbit cannot touch, though when it . is dying and sapless hs will gnaw ivy bark readily enough. So. when a rabbit is feeding in a wood he is practically pick ing out everything which grows between i or over the Btrands of ivy ; and the result j of the process is that in time you have a wood full of ivy, and very little else. The rabbit is a sort of animal ivy him self. So humble that he lives in a hole in the gronnd, and so easily satisfied that he will eat almost anything, and eat it so close, too, that there ib nothing left for those who come after — it is not surprising that, when he was taken to a new country like Australia, where the creatures whi...
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
'local .Directory - , *: piw» — ' — .- . ? ? ' . The ' Oanowindra Star,' — a fair and impartial organ, which takes no-party ?side, but strives, te give accurate informa tion on ell subjects ; a local pnpi'i which is entitled t:o the support of all well-' \?it)hers of the district. AUCl'lONKEF.3. 3o)m Finn. HANKS. 'Commercial Banking Compnny of Sydney, Limited. Manager — Y. filatchford, BLACKSMITHS Aim WITEELWIUGIITS :R Ayrtou J 0 Marka F Williams. ?: Chemist. Oanowindra Dispensary. BUXLDIiUS .'W H Atkinson - - BAKEliS M. Costello. jiuroaEKSr (Joodecre and Graham, a:. L. Kirkland HOTEL KFEPEHS M Dnyer, Junction Hotel ?J H Marshall, Victoria Holel . SADDLERS Atkinson Bros INSURANCE .AGENCIES ^ Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and Life. — J J Finn. . 6TOEEEEEPER8 T.Finn ' J. Boyd. UNDERTAKERS 3 tj M-arka, W Atkinson ?WOOL AND PRODUCE BUYERS . T Breen . ' ? ' -
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
^ost&i and Telegraphic Isitsrr.istinii. Orric^ Houhr. Post Office open 9 n.in. to G p.m. Telegraph GIFrco upon 9 a.m. to 8p.m. Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. to . p.m. Savings Bank open duily from 9 a.m £ p.m. Postal Kotos (fwle of) dining pos: oflue hours ; cashing, diuriug muin'V order hours. ' Note.— All ofiloos are closed during sorting of mails from Sydney at 10.30 a.m. daily. Arrijajv .of Mah.s. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, daily at lo*3o a.m. Cowra Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 1 n.m. Eugowra, Tuesday and Saturday at 1.30. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day dt 1.30 p.m. Walli andnndurama, 'Wednesday and Saturday at 1 , p.m. Goo] iiirong', at S p.m. LockwoOd and Burdett, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at G p.m. Depautut.e of MaU.S. — For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at 4.80 p.m Covrra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 11 a.m. ?EugcwTR, Monday and Friday at 1 1 . Cargo, Monday, Wednesday andFri davat 8.30 a.m. Walli and Lyndhurst, Monday and ThursSay a...
It Appears that: [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
It A^paars That ; £17 odd was tlie uet proceeds of a piug pong touimvment handed over to tlio Orange hospital last week. With tlie slight spring of verdure at ! present in evidence, rabbits are again be I coining rapidly numerous. In t!i? absence of Premier Jno See last I weok, the Hon. Kidd. Minister for Agri j culture opened the Forbes Hospital... Mullampy's trotting stallion Globe' was awarded the ' blue ' at ForboE - Show. Globe Jun broke all previous records in tlio Hiindicap trot. The fouiidafioii stone of the Cranbiiry Methodist Church will be laid on Septem ber 3rd. Dawse's draught stallion Farmer's Boy was decorated with tlie blue ribbon at I'ordes Show last weok. The Foresters oF Orange have purchased the Congregation Church building and intend Orecting olacos on the present site. A great deal of interest will be centred in the P., A., and H. Association election this afternoon. Members should bear in mind that 13 names (110 more, no less) must be marked out, from their ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
_ $50 REWARD. ? ©AIT) 'by the Undersigned foV informs - * tion that will lead to the conviction of any person STEALING CATTLE or SHEEP belonging to the Bangaroo or Oonomodine Runs. HAMILTON OSBORNE., V J.M.ATKINSON. 8ANGARQ0 Tar Fire Earmark ' (Sheep. . , 1 Cattle . JfO Horses C0N0M0D1NE *$heep 'OO I T ' Cattle OO ?Horeos \-X- .Jtobroy Robinson;.---'-': Hewssgent sft*. fancy CcctSs ffc 'S. ™ \ Book seller. Beet 'brands Pipe*, Tobacco, . Cig&TB „»a Cigarette^ always on hand at lowest 3».iees - % - ~Agent for MerseatiU .Mutual A»svi yjjjjee ,#^-aety A.tolwrf«y' -n£ S*wb3« Cudal Roller Flour Mill C A3QWIRDSA BRflKCH. [ Wiieat Qrlsted in itejr qusntlty FLO UP, BEAN, & POLLARD, ALWAYS ON IIA..\'D. L. KIRKLAND. AGENT. Pulal is iefl.ee, PHE LPS~ & GO,, BGOTMAKESE. E CAKSWi^CKA Aticlnaon Bros. Sads?!cry Msrt. A Triwl solicited. l?npairs neatly and oh o ap ly o roc u t « d . ?^mwnm mm ~^- canowin.de a, M ATT. DW YER' p'ropbietob! 0n!v * WSs'iOs TEss ? SjjirriE Bsst ft...
THE HORSE SUPPLY OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
THE HOESE SUPPLT OF THE WOBLD. Becent debates in Parliament have drawn attention to the fact that warfare wants more horses than it did, bo many in fact, that the supply may not be equal to the demand. Firearms reduced the im portance of the horseman ; firearms have restored it. Long-range gnns, in increas ing the'radius of action, have so increased the circle of approach that the man must have a mount to move about on ; but for tunately magazine weapons have wiped out cavalry charges, so that it does not matter how light that mount may be, providing it to be hardy, sound in wind and limb, comfortable to ride, and up to the weight. One thing is clear, and that is that in England they cannot breed the number they are likely to want, or the variety to suit the different countries to which they may have to be sent. In a survey of the world's supplies it ib evident that the one power that has profited moBt by the new order of things is Russia. European Russia alone, with its 10 horses t...
TWO RAT STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
TWO BAT STORIES. | Oysters are supposed to nouriBh the brain, and this may explain why rats whict infested the shop, appear to be a peculiarly intelligent race. Once they performed a remarkable feat in the re moval of a parcel of four ladies' watches left on the counter. Thev were to be called for (says the 'Birmingham De spatch') in a few hours, but were left over night, and when at last inquired for they had mysteriously disappeared. The place was ransacked, but finally the search was given up. Then somebody suggested ' rats.' A fresh start was made, and as a last resource three or four boards re moved. There, sure enough, under the floor, three or four yards away from the place in which it had been left, was the parcel. The watches were uninjured, though the covering had been nibbled. Apparently the rats had given the parcel up in disgust. Once an oyster proved one too many for a young rat— with fatal results to the marauder. The youngster, during his nocturnal rambleB, got his l...
A HEROINE'S EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
A HEROINE'S EYES. Farmer Hodge (reading novelette) : (I'm out of all patience with that Gladys Fitzallwyn in the story — the wny shea abusing her beautirul eyes. She don t deserve to have none ' M--s. Hodge: 'Whafs she been doing n r.7 P' ? Farmer -Hodge : ' This boot is full. . or it. First she threw her eyes up to the ceiling, and then let them drop on the floor j then she darted them dowa a long corridor and reEted them on the cool waters of the lacoon. Then she must have ualled them back somehow, for it .says she bathed them in sad, salt tears, wiped them, and swept them with long lashes. Onoe ah# wai fool enough to rivet them on the dome, and when I left off she was fixing them on the mantel.'
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
* 'WARDEN'S COURT. Application by 'W. Pendall for suspen sion of labor conditions on G.L. No. 1155 for six months. — Granted. Application by Messrs Minter and Roe for suspension of labor conditions on pros pecting area No. 23 ior four months. — Granted. The P.M. also considered the applica tion of Thomas Townsend for renewal of his old age pension- Evidence was taken re last year's earnings, income and property for consideration by the Old | Age Pension Board at next meeting. ' It is reported that there is over 100ft of water in the old Ironclad mine at Cargo. - Exceptionally heavy harvests of wheat have been obtained in Canada and por tions of the European Continent. Further rises in tlie prices of stock are reported from the Homobush sale yards. Saturday last, the day on which Kin a; Edward of England was crowned amidst fre-isral rejoicing, passed off quietly in Canowindra, just at this tune King Drought claiming the undivided atten tion of our community. Horse owners are requeste...
POETRY BALLADE OF GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
POETRY BALLADS OF GIFTS. By love gave me a kiss one night, When my young heart was all aglow; And re I vanished from her sight My love one fond smile did bestow. Oh, precious treasures ! well I know Snoh boons may not come to me, And as the long years softly go Those gifts live but in memory. I have a little glove of white, I have a little faded bow She wore with that sweet gown and light In whioh she danced with me. And, oh, I have her letters : perfumes blow Whene'er I read them tenderly. Her smile and kisB f Ah, whisper low, Those gifts live but in memory. Her tiny fan I have, all bright With simple pearls set in a row ; And hush ! I have a ring bedight With pearls again— she loved them so I Her books, one roBe — a jacqueminot, All faded now by Time's decree ; Bat where her kisB, her smile P Tears flow, Those gifts live but in memory. L'ENVOI. Dear love, in my life's afterglow, Tour treasures, ah, how dear thoy be ! Tour smile, your kiss P They're mine also — Those gifts live in ...
NOVEL [?] [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] The Mystery of A Moonlight Tryst, [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER IV.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
[?] [?] [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] The M ystery oi A MooDliglif Trvsl, a By Iza Duffus Hardy, Author of ' MacGi leroy's Millions,' &c„ &c. [ALL BIGHTS EESEEVED. OHAPTEB IV. — (Continued ^ ' And your niece, Sir Hemy P Tou could not persuade her to give us the pleasure cf seeing her this afternoon P' said the hostess, after an expresa| greeting, fraught with congratulatory significance. ' Tou must please to excuse my niece. She never goes out.' ' Ah 1 Delicate P' Mrs Ashbnrton breathed sympathetically. 'Tes.' bir Henry was smiling cour teously, but did not appear inelined to dwell on the subject, gliding away from it with well-bred ease. Miss Dampier was, of course* immediately surrounded with warmest greetings, tender hand pressures and murmured felicitations, some enthusiastic female friends insisting on embracing her. Clarice Hamiltoa was not one of these demonstrative souls, but Gerard Onslow observed that she was prompt with easy and graceful greeting, congratulatory ...
Ladies' Column FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) TWO BODICES WITHOUT VESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902
Ladies' Column FASHION ANjD THINGS FEMININE. By MISS ADA MELLEB. (A.ll Eights, Kesbbved.) I TWO BODICES WITHOUT VESTS. J JBfOlKOST of the outdoor bodices this cl4PIp season are made with vests, aMIs which arrangement is pretty enough in itself, but sometimes inconvenient to the busy woman, for the vest of lace or tucked batiste Boon becomes soiled. Vnr «wrv Jar wear it is con venient to have by one a bodice that can be worn without a vest — that is complete in itself, as it were ; and for this reason I am showing to-day a couple of designs of bedices that require no veat;to complete them. Both bodices should match their respective skirts if the best effect is to be obtained. The bodice with the deep lace collar, decorated with rosettes and fringes of black bebe velvet, is perfectly plain, and fastens at the back under a flat box pleat. The ekirt also haa a single box pleat at the back fastening. If preferred the bodice could be arranged to fasten, in double-breasted fashion, at the ...