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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902

~ '1'' ^''iid t)io Season— j ;l c.iWj'Sr',-s^^'Sj' — a' — ' '.I — Tho Phainpion Draught t-ftiillion — ° ' SGOfVlJVlODORE# * RaH by 1.0:71) ONSLOW, tlaiu bv j LOlil) RAGLAN, g by Ohan- 1 ?cvllor limp.'). £ g da 1:1 by Hnatlior Jock - ?f!mp.) and is vising 1 hroo years. ' Stp.JE hnsdit-Tiiii'iiishod himself ; ?on tho f^lio-.v 3?iiig, having [.(iijii'd (irsi t *pn'.'.o ill Oanon indra Show 1901, a:.d;\ Sii-tiJ .-ii:;] champion 1 iiii'J ; first prize. - t\nvra It-iM : Sii-ond pi i;'i- Bathmst j ' I91U : fir.-t. mill champion liliiyin-y 19ii:J..j; A: iiiayucy also ho sirim-d tlio Gold if ?Jltdul for horso «l tin1 she -v, 1 - v ? j : Ti-RVS : £2 JO* Mnji)v- i\n.- -or Suoiv mare* same onnei:. j- ior larihor puriicihivs v. | a a. imuwx. I' Walli. ! ? j »-To iliis season nt A Venal and Truvf! she sunvnndi^ districts — , - CAPTAIN, - ! ? !7 H2nds I inch.) j Cants;.! In- 3imiaie from Gipsy. by ? SufiMk Tommy- ^ ' | Jtn:-.TJ.S l-y Shiohlbenrer. Milfoil s'i;! its Si-pi pnibev 1 otli and ends ( '...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORROR UPON HORROR! [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902

HORROR UPON HORROE ! Iitdy Midas : ' And we buBtled into the train anyhow, my dear Mrs. de Tomkyns, and only imagine our horror, when the train had started, at discovering that wo were actually in a second-class carriage 1' Grisby (innocently) : ' Dear me 1 Yes, very awkward, indeed 1 Ton had taken third-class tickets, I suppose P' Horror of Lady and Miss Midas, who generally take a saloon carriage all to themselves.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY [?] [FIRST TIME PUBLISHED.] The Bushrangers' Festival (COPYRIGHT.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902

[?] [?] r [FIRST TIME PUBLISHED.] ? S The Bushrangers' Feslivai Br HAIUiY B. VOGEL, Author of ' A Maori Maid/ ? My Dear Sir,' &o„ &c. j (COPYRIGHT.) | We were just Bitting down to supper,' said the latter, ' when we heaid a scream from Agnos in the kitchen, and a heavy tread in the hall. Three men buret into the room, and with a Distol at mv head T was helpleBs to resist. They took our p'aceB at the table and forced my wife and daughter to wait on them. After wards they came across into the drawing room here. They held me as a sort of hostage, whilst the two maid servants fetched brandy and glasses. Then they made my wife play the piano. I don't know what happened next. One of them got hold of Lilian, and tried to foice her to dance with him. She attempted to resist, and I went to her assistance. There was a sort of struggle. I seem to remember hearing the noise of people in in the hall. The door opened suddenly and then I suppose I must have been struck on tho head....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CLEAN WHITE PAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 15 August 1902

TO CLEAN WHITE 'PAINT. W lute-painted doors, skirtings, &c., should not be washed with strong soap, or, in fact, any soap at all, as it ie likely to remove the gloss of the paint.' The best treatment for such delicate wood work is to dip a wet flannel in bran or whiting and rub it over the Burface of the wood. Hitherto the CeroBola cascade, in the Alps, falling 2,400 feet, has been re garded as the highest waterfall' in the world, but a waterfall in the San Cuayatan canon, in the State of Darango, Mexico, bow claims the first place. It was discovered by some prospectors in the' great Barranca district. While searching . for the famous lost mine Naran jal, a great roar of water was heard. The party pushed on up the mighty chasm until they beheld the superb fall, which is said to be at least 3,000 feet high. Auctria aad Germany are the only civilised countries where cOal is cheaper at the pit-mouth than in England. It is a quarter dearer in America, one-third dearer in Belgium...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SOFTENING LOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

A SOFTENING LOTION. One ounce of glycerine, a quart r of an ounce simplv tincture of benzoin, and one ounce of rosewatKr, K-ep well cork'd, and ehake thoroughly before using. '

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

WRINKLES. nru.£ics m tne race ar f unconsciously made, one migtt say, for who would willingly produoe such disfigurements ? If we could but remembrr that every tims we tquint at the sun in trying to ke»p it out of our eyes we make little wrinkles, sur:ly the person who is ennintircr at eh. sun we uld lower the curtain of the window into vhich the rays come, and remove all cause for the closing of one's eye and the making of such a face. Onco the wrinkles are made in the face it is not easy to re move them, but wi»-h patience this can be don?, yet the only metu d by which it can be accomplished is through massage.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

HORNS. Firmly imbedded in a tree, a section of which has been sent to the Smithsonian Institution, are both home of a moufflon or Rocky Mountain cheep. The horns must have gotten there so long aeo that the tree has grown around them. x he section was taken at some distance from the ground, and the conjecture that someone placed the horns in the crotch of the tree does not seem at all likely.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

ACCIDENTS. Statistics show that in fifty-fonr cases out of a hundred the left leg is stronger than the right. Further evidence of this fact is supplied by makers of artificial limbs, who dispose of many more appendages to the right side of the body than to the ether.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

Humour. She : ' I can't possibly get my gown for less than five-and-twenty guineas, dear.' Ho : ' But there's Mrs Bounder. I'm certain she doesn't pay any such price.' ' But her social position is so much more secure than ours.' Goths ie — I ebb tlie weather man has struck it right in to-night's piper. Church — You don't moan it p Gotham — YeE ; he says the weather a year ago to-day was clear. Doctor : ? What ! Your dyspepsia no better P Did you follow my advice and drink hot water an hour before breakfast ?' Patient : ' I tried to, doctor, but I waB unable to keep it up for more than five minutes at a stretch.' Ba/arding the young authoress nar rowly, and from several directions, for three-quarters of an hour, wo found our curiosity sHll quite unsatisfied. So we asked, bluntly : ' Why do you write novols ? In parti cular. is it because o? an iuiptrioue, irresistible inspiration ?' ' Well, there's that,' answered the girl, after a moment's thought, ' and then there's the occasional ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farm and Garden ORIGINAL ARTICLES BRAHMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

Farm and Garden ORIGINAL ARTICLES BRAHMAS. SJWHE light Brahmas are one of the Jvl'Io oldest and most deservedly popular of all breeds of fowls. They are the largest of all breede, very handsome in appearance, vigorous and hardy. They are excellent winter layere, producing an abundance of largp, dark coloured egg6 at a time of year when *U~ Ui„. ? L ,T.L _ 1 ? ? yiiuoo aia tuo i au ueoa are good Bitters and mother?, while the chicks are strong from the first, good growers and easily reared as a market and table fowl ; they have many excellent qualities. They make good broilers while young, and aft'r arriving nec-r maturity are eaBily fattened. Owing to their large size, they are among the best breeds for roast ing purposes, and a well developed Brahma cap-'n will rival a turkey in size and pro duce the sweetest of meat. The brieht yellow ekin and small comb are very dt suable qualities, which this breed possesses, but their feathered legs are a serious objection with farmers and mark...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY The Diamond Necklace. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

[?] The Diamond Necklace. Tue affair of tbe Diamond N-:cklace will forever be associated in history with the unfortunate Marie Antoinette. Tbe queen JoBt through it all joy, All peace of mind. To quote Goethe, who took a deep interest in the story, ' The trial gave a shock which laid the foundations of the Etate in ruins. It destroyed the con sideration which the people had enter tained for the queen and the upper classes generally, and it unveiled the corruption of tho Court.' * The history of the necklace forms the immediate nrnfacfl nf the Revolution.' in the words of Mirabeau, ' Royalty loBt its last prestige; Marie Antoinette was by anticipation discrowned,' says the historian do Nolli&c The necklace became a battering ram for the shattering ol the., monarchy. Documents recently discoverod in Paris have brought to light a mass of in formation relative to this historic piece of jewellery, which M. Franz Funck Brentano l-as incorporated into a book. 1 The Diamond Necklace...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAFTING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

GRAFTING. The apple is propagated by root grafting by large growers of nursery stock, but not so much by thes ; r. ho grow only small quantities of trees. The valu! of trees grown from root grafts, as compared with budded tiees, is much diBsnssed; and root grafted trees are much praised by some, ana condemned Dy others, and pro bably both sides are right under certain conditions. A good strong root in a per fictly healthy condition, skilfully grafted i early in the winter, carefully packed, kept in a coo], moist Dlace. and cnrnfnllv pianted is the Bpring, will no doubt make as good a tree as can be produced by the ssme stock planted in the nursery in the spring and budded in the autumn. When trees are to be grown in great quantities, as they are in some nurseries, very skilful men are employed to insnre against loss, all of the best conditions are provided, aud trees frown under these conditions are lively to be of fine quality, whether grown from root grf.fta or buds. However as a ...

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 — 22 August 1902

Felice. .3,i *Y*HE columns of the OenowinUrt Ster and fi'oo/fskcl- Recorder are fllwnyt-- . at : ?open for the publication of correspond-' r*'- f nee liltoly to prove i-f intcrftsSl or valuo to tbe district. We -do not of eourec, 'jieoessRiily endorse tlie opinions of con- ? i;,?, 'triliutors, ?who must in 'every instauc;1 3 forward flaws and address. not for ]-*r- 'f poses cf jiublimfcofij but an an earnett of j:' igooi j5r' v ul-- To stand tho season at ET7G0WRA (u- aud travel tlie surrounding .p, districts, rri Thb Heavy Cltdksdaj.b Stallion 1 on Lord Loftus. £ ? aa LORD LOFTUS is n fine sfamp of the '?pure Olvdfsdtiie, '^rting a beautiful »dapplpd brown, Htanding \ i£ linnds ItiLcIt pr :-«nd showing splendid bono and muscle, he Ijord 'Loft us i? by the celebrated Royal at Prince (imp) from Bess (imp.) lie is j ' poF6Gespd of a splendid temper, ami his gf ?stuck ore noted for their ?izu and pulling II '?capabilities. Many of thorn iiave taken f-'1 piizes-vit tho Wellington Show, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOTEL ST. MARY. CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

HOTEL ST. MARY. CITY. Not even one of three policemen on the beat, £or half a dozen telegraph lads whom I stopped and questioned, had ever heard ci the little churchyard abut tin 7 on the famous church of St. Mary. at- Hill. EC., which is so cloEely associated with tLe Rev. W. Carlile's monstergraph and limelieht Eermons. The church is a most remarkable speci men of the few to be now found in the busy heart of the metropolis. Soma very exquieite carvings of Gib bone's grace the baleony of the organ loft, situated over the west r-ntrance. In truth this church is rich in embel lishments, for his'h, old-fashioned pews, n-.w en caM-on coin fill -?!,„ nave; and in strange contrast, resting beneath a handeomely-carved pulpit, stretches out the trumpet of a giant phonograph, an instrument the pene trating tones of which can be distinctly heard in every corner of the sacred building. A large white screen is made to unroll and partly obscure the choir stalls and orchestra seate, while a triu...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

Wool. 'Winohcomlie Carson and Co. Ltd re port valhoi; more activity in tho local wool market during (ho past week. Con siderable quantities oflocal follmnngei'cd wool have changed hands iit rates which *nre fully up to those wliicli have obtained since the Auctions held -on 17 th July. Our top prices arc sliil slrimvool 20-1, ?scoured fleece wool 22d — both records in 'their particular grades. We sell again on 18tli September.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLDEST OF MAINE INDIANS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

OLDEST OF MAINE INDIANS The longevity of helnaiase of Maine has been remarked by many men, but probably the most remarkable, as well as the oldest, Indian alive to-day is Newell Bear, who was chief of tbe Old Tobique Indians, which tribe flourished in Aroostook county more t-h&n sirtv ve&rs a.fo. He iR beyond all doubt 104 years cf age, says the ? Boston Herald.' He was one of the most notorious preachers in Aroostook county, near tbe Tobique river, and has caused much trouble for the officers, although he was never caught and tried in court, a fact due, no doubt, to the pity which the officers felt for che old mm. Every fall he and his oldest son eo into the woods and stay ujtil spring, when they return home laden with quan tities cf fure and hides, and make an annual trip to New York, where thev receive good prices for the hides. Ha always enjoyed perfect health until about ten years ago, when he began to lose flesh and grow weaker. He started for the woods and beg...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Belmore. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

Sclmoro. (From our Corrosjimnlont-) A mooting of tho local woll c unmitt op W^;ich liiid breu poetpoiifd from Sal i;r ? day eveivjng Inst 011 account of tlio resi -lnnts not putting in nu appoaiftiire, was field fen Wednesday evening in Mr. W. E. Myring'.s odiw?,, when there was again l)'it a sparo.e aftendivuce- Tiievo w«.ri?, Inwover, eulUciont. present to transact the lmsinJuc in ? „..l- having been inspected and passed by the Oovormmmt iusiwetor, waspssscd by tho committee on behalf of tho residents of llelmore, and tho money remaining in liand was paid over to the contractor, Mi. I ). Perry. It was stated that a number oflocol residents had not as yf,l. sent in promised contribut ions towards tho cost of the well, and the hope was expressed that 'these would boiorthcoining almost imme diately. ? Tho water, it was stated was £'ii ly good, and was very abundant, and should prove a boon to Bel move residents, j

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 — 22 August 1902

l.s V. 68¥£BraT MawjlVS Special Chsap Excursion to Sydney, TUESDAY, 2nd. Septembr, 190?, RICKETS at specialjylow fires of lid , * per mile first class return, and Id 'per mile second class retimi (minimum '7s Cd first class and 5s second class) will fyo issued to Sydney and intermediate' -stations wliefa timed to call 1)y train leaving Cowra at 5.65.p.m. on Tuesday, , ?2nd September. Theso tickers will be -available for ] '?return for one calendar month from date , ?Of issue liy any ordinary (rain fj-eept the ?Mail Tmute'learinj %;&ney ## Smffbys. -Iiotifi'n Fares': Oo\n-a to .Sydney—First class, 27s 3d ; second class, 18s 2d. -01- 'handbills and further .particulars :apT&y to statiorironstdrs. ?13v order of tho Commissioners, - H. McLACIILAN, ?secretary. 'Public Notice. ^'TSie undersigned desire to notify their 'rpatrons that owing to 'the extreme price ] ?of beef accounts must after date be settled -j ''moutbly. Failing same accounts will t ^je stbn'ped cxrapt'ifdr...

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 — 22 August 1902

'''the '' CaiRERdrciai Earskhii Co., el Sidney, Ltd. 'Capitak. Paid Up £1,000,006' ?Rksehvk Fl-sjj £1.010,0 JO SIeskve Cxvtl-AL £1,000,000 tLlBETJAT, ADVANCE? MADE ON APPRO YES - SJ'X'UlUTiKS. ilKJilEST RATES AU.OAVEl) I'd? DEPOSITS AT ALIjTJSUATj BANKING BUSINESS transacted. V. IsLftCTf'FORD, Manager (Jaiiowindrn Branch. ] ?jl A Caud. ] 'Dr. A. J. Oavies, PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON CANOWINDRA liarding & File SURGEON BEHTIST, -MAT BE CONSULTED AT WATTS' PBJRMAC?, lirSD,'.LL STREET, COWRA, :and FORBES STrJourstrom 9 a.m. till G p.m. -THE canowindra star. AND J Woodstock .Recorder* r— ? ' ? I r ? ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 22.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902

General News AVinter comes with Chilly drape, ? And coughs and colds we can't escape \ AVo're bound to face it every year, However much the dam]) wo fear. AVe long to see Old Sols bright rays - Through those wet and gloomy daysj A\ bile our health we do assure Ai'ith somo Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. oaronne won two races at tho Parked show meeting. OVer 200 entries were received for the Interstate T ible Tennis tonrnameut played at Brisbane during the week. Mr,- AV. Bennett, head of the Deport ment of Fo:estry has giveii it as his opinion that the royalty imposed upon timber will not be reduced. C.E., Bishop Camidge of Bathurst is at present on a sea trip to Baniff and uacii rur tne boneut ol Jns health, Millionaire Carnegie ha given £-30000 to the library of Marylebone, London. The dispute between tho Pastoraiists aud A.W,U.. still continues An old age pensioner named John Alexander McDonald was found dead in bed at Opliir last week. A Government Savings Bank Book was found in hi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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