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Local News. Cricket Club Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Local f§0ws. Cricket Club Meeting. The hon. secretary of tho Canowindra ^Cricket Club in this issue call's a meeting 'at (J;o members aud those intending- to .join tlie club during the coming season -'for Saturday evening next at 3.30 p.m. Tit Mr. J. H. Marshall's Victoria hotel. 'The business of the meeting will be to ?establish the club on a proper bisis for ?flio toniiug season ; to discuss the advis ability of linving a concrete wicket put -down for tlio use of the club ; and to con sider the expediency of joining the most ?convenient cricketers union. As it is im portant that -fin early start should bo' ?made (his year, all those taking an in terest in the matter should mnko it con venient to bo present aud lend their j ^assistance. ^
Our Open Column THE MEMBER FOR COWRA IN THE STATE PARLIAMENT AND THE MEMBER FOR MACQUARIE IN THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Our Open Column THE MEMBER FOR COWRA IN THE STATE PARLIAMENT AND THE MEMBER FOR MAOQTTARTH IN THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. (To tho Editor. Sin, — Allow roe space to direct the atten tion of the Electors, of the above Elec torates in the State and Federal Parlia ments to the treatment that Canowindra district receives at the hands of their re presentatives in both Parliaments. First wo otton near or the Hon. Thos. Wad dell visiting Cowra, Woodstock and Car coar, but he is quite a rara avis. . at Cano windra. AVith the exception of Cowra, Canowindra polls more 'votes than any other polling booth in the Electorate and shctuld certainly receive some little atten tion from'the State Representative, squally as much as Carcoar. Second, as to the Federal Representative. He visited Canowindra once prior toElec'iin, but; since he has not been heard of. If many | electors here were asked who represented that portion of tlie Macquario Electoral^ known as Canowindra in tho Federal Parlia mou t (hoy c...
Race Meeting and Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Racc Meeting and Pigeon Match. Elsewhere is puolished tlio programs T-f tho Canowindra Jookoy Club Sprin,. meeting to be held on September 2 ? next. The programme comprises five evou'ts, for which, considering tlio lium of horses in work in this district alone, there should be good competition. A second prize, a new departure, is offered 'in two events, and. should be a further inducement to horse owners to give their Bteeils a run. Tlie programme is adver tised to start at 12.30. The addition * ' attraction of a £0 10s pigeon match, ? 'be shot off on the Show Ground, com mencing at 9 a.m., will be offered to C j public. nndss there is a good supply of birds on baud should bo well patronised. A meeting of members in connection with the latter takes place in the School of j Arts hall to-uiorrow afternoon.
Canowindra P., A., and H. Association, ELECTION OF COMMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Canowindra F., A., and Hi AsSICIs tiort, ELECTION OF COMMITTED. On F riday afternoon laSt tho ballot for _hq. Committee of management, in accor dance with the rules of the above Asso ciation took place in the School of Arts Hall. As decided upon at the iannual meeting of members the poll closcd punctually at 4 p.m., when the returhing otnter Mr. ti. K. Minter, and the scru tineers, Messrs Jno. J, Vinh aiid A. Uobinson commenced the count. Out of 48 members of the association, all of ?-bom it might be mentioned had had .Hot papers forwarded to their residences : recorded their votes, and of thfese Mr. . J. Crawford h.id the honor of receiv X the full number, whilst Mr. Ar-. : Uchford came uext with 41s followed . .* Mr. Jno. J. Finn with 40. The count occupied about 1£ houre the results being as follows. — 1? A no AV. 11. Atkinson 20*. C. F. Atkinson 32. Ar. Blatchford 4 1 . Jno- Boyd 38. Thos Breau 17*, AVin-. Bassett 30. Thos. Cusack IS*. F. Crowe 33. F. E. Craven 26. AVin. Cobley ...
An Official Visit, [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
An Official Visit, Touring tlie past week Sergeant Mc Donald, of Cowra, has paid a visit of inspection to our township, and in com pany with the local police inspected the various hotels, slaughter houses, etc., ?coming under lii6 authoritv. The inspec tion, it is pleasing to reflect, could not be other than satisfactory, _
Canowindra Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Csnov.'iiidra Rajlv/ny League, The ordinnrv meetinc of the above took nlace on Saturday afternoon last, in , the School of Arts hall when there were : present Messrs T. ,T. Finn (in the chnir\,i AVin. 'P.issett. AV. 11. Traves, AA'm. Halii i d«»v, J. H. Marshall, F. E. Craven, A. Blazlevj .Tno Boyd, A. J. Traves, and the secretary Mr. J J. Finn. The secretary lim ine read the minutes oi previous meeting the correspondenCe was read and dealt with. To Messrs T. Waddell and Dr. Ross, Ms. P.. re the withdrawal of Surveyor Colonel Parrott. 1 To Mr. T. AATaddell M.P., drawing the 1 attention of that gentleman to the coun try had been cleared for tlio cultivation of cereals since the promise of Minister O'Sullivan to have ra railway line con structed and as an outcome thereof, and tnat it was noted that the policy ol tlie Government was now to conserve wr.tor rather than to carry on other public works, and pointing out that this class o' work might be beneficial in tho dry inter ior but th...
Transfer of Constable McDonald. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Transfer of Constable McDonald. The friends aud acquaintances of Con stable J. H. McDonald, who for the past two years has been stationed at Cano windra. will regret to hear that thai obliging and agreeable officer aud citizen Las received information of his removal to Pavkos. ,'\V e understand that Constable ' McDonald is licit only a worthy citizen, but a most conscientous and competent - 'officer, and. we wish him every success ' and rapid promotion in the service.
THE VALUE OF SUNSHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
THE VALUE OF SUNSHINE. One ef the simplest, cheap-.st. and b st sterilisers is cunshin-, and it is important to allow as much eu& in a sick-room as j possible. The eame rule is applicable to j tbe rooms of healthy people. The pood I effects of ' euii bathine* ' in tfe a lr«t-nn,f of convalescence is ampU proof of the utility of the rays of the sun for thera peutic purposes. Eseryone knows that the so-called ? morning headache ' is often due to breathing ah excess of carbonic acid gas in a close room during the night, and many a seidlite powder or unnecessary dose of bromide is swallowed when Nature simply craves oxygen. |
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Harrison, Jones & Devlin, ltd.,1 LIBERAL ADVANCES, I WOOL ACCURATE VALUATIONS § j WHEN REQUIRED. I O C 1 I I 61 fl PRINCIPALS having over 30 years I |j 1 II i §tl 1 3 experience, ] ®SB ™ «? conduct ALL WOOL SALES. I Special attention to details, | jOI i[$ g|j jT^ Cll Prompt returns a speciality, I 1 i |r* |n| WEIGHTS. CAREFULLY TAKEN. | raaarassBsiBK^^ _ ? ? ? | : Offices & Stores CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDftZY. i; JbSa&llIt .? j. G. HARKA. PREMIER COACH-BUILDING FACTORY, CANOWINDBA. Genera] Blackimlth and Undertaker, None but first-clats tradesmen are employed at Marka's. k ALSO vriah to draw iipecial attention' * to my Patent Tyre-Shrlnklng, Welding, ' fend Up sotting Machinery. '$Tyr«i »liruhV .With fctaurtiay, while jrou^ -wait. No Delay. i Inspection of Work at all times ?Cordially invited. 'C5ARGES STRICTLY MODERATE JOHN FINN^»_ AUtTiOSEER, STOCK and STATION ACEKT, 'CA10WIHDRA BELLING AGENT ONLY. Particulars of Stock and Properties for Sale forwarded on Applica...
General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
General Chat. We are informed that it is the inten tion of the Hon. Colonial Treasurer Mr. T. Waddell, M.P„. for the Cowra elec torate to give the whole of his constituents an opportunity of listening- to his views during the fortcominp; Parliament recess, n-ing jnuwuru - ii ol jv.igiana is re ported as desirous of receiving, as a mark of distinction Boer Generals Botha, De Wet, and Dela Ray. Mt Kembla colliery until the recent explosion was considered by all concerned to be one of the safest mines in tins world. An unmarried woman in Victoria was recently charged at the Melbourne Police Court with having left her child for two frosty nights in a paddock. The manager of the Meat Export Works of New Zealand has been avrested for threatening the life of Acting Premier Sir George Ward. He pleaded guilty to sending threatening letters aud was re manded fur medical examination. l?or allowing an unlawful game, to wit, dioe to be played, on his premises on Sun day, Aug 3 the licensee of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
'Ctfr; JSBSiJKfl BEFARTMEttT (S REPLETE WITH THE VEflY LATEST APPLIANCES CALCULATED TO ENABLE USTO : TURN : OUT : SUPERIOR : WORK : — A? — — : MODERATE PRICES ALL JOBBING WE GUARANTEE EQUAL IN QUALITY TO CITY WORK, AND OUR PRICES WILL CONVINCE YOU THERE IS NO NEED TO SEND TOUR 'WORK TO CITY FIRMS. ? — 1 ? bo ? Give us a Trial i Description of Work Immaterial.
MUSHROOM HATS FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
MUSHROOM HATS FOR CHILDREN. I have already, I believe, in a former chat, alluded to the fancy for ths old. fashioned mushroom hat, which has been revived this season, but I am induced to refer to it again because of a novelty among rib'oons that has sprung up and tnat is just the tmng for twining around the crown of children's mushroom hats. This new ' mousseline ' ribbon is quite cheap and has th9 charm of being suffi ciently stiff in itself to stand in an erect bow without the assistance of wire, and yet it is quite pliable and drapes beauti fully round the crown of a bat. Nothing more is needed on a child's hat than a twi3t and a bi? bow, or couple of rosettes, of mouseliioe ribbon, about four or five inches wide. A brown mushroom hat may have, if preferred, a wr-ath of buttercups or field daisies.
Ladies' Column FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE[?] (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A SIMPLE SERGE DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Ladies' Column FASHION A. NiD THING? FEMININE.I Bt MISS ADA MELLER. j (All Eights Reserved.)] A SIMPLE SERGE DRESS. NAVY-BLUE serge gown, for tjjM® useful ueir out of doors, is what ?4^ may be termed the backbone of the economical woman's ward robe. Nothing beats serge for seaside or country wear, and in buying new dresses juBt now it behoves one to think of the summer holiday and choose with an eye to hardinesB against salt spray and blazing sun. A simple but rather un. mmmAn -.ifn* e»na ic ctrat.S»Vind in this column. The novelty lies in the way in which the sbort Eton coat is cut up and laced across just above the waist, the laces finishing in gilt tags. The costume is trimmed throughout with a narrow mixed cord in black and gold, which is effectively introduced along the seams of the skirt, and borders the little coat and washings. For the facing of the collar I would suggest Cambridge cr electric blue cloth, according to the shade of tbe navy blue chosen for the eerre, and the ...
POETRY THE UNVEILED TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
POETRY THE UNVEILED TO-MOEROW. H9 hclds tbe kfy to all unknown, And I am glad; It other hands should hold the key, Op, if he trusted it to tne, I might bead What if to-morrow's cares were here Without its rest? 1 d rather He unlock the day. And m ifc ? ? — uvuio enwg v|reu en/i ' My will is best' J cannot read His future plane, Bat this I know, I have the coiiliog of Bin face And all the refuge of His grace While here below. Enough ! This covers all r^y needr, And eo I rest. For what I cannot, He can see, And in His love I still shall be ? Forever blest
Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
Woai and Produce Rsnsrt. The Australian AVoolbrookers Associa tion report as follows .for week ending August 2nd 1902. AVool. The usual monthly auctions were held X., 'PI ? —1 ? r, =..,nll dlo/.f.'n.. was offered, embracing few lines of more j than average morit.iil tho greasy sections and an attractive display of »?oured wools. ! Values generally were very firm, at tho ievol established a^ the previons avclions while a better demand was in evidence for medium grades of scoured. In the greasy section the highest price was 9J-d, obtained for 5 bales w c of GF/'Logan Dawes n portion of tho new clip showing good quality, freedom from sc-ed, a little dustv and in fair condition. Scoured sold \o 20A.fi, paid foi' 1-1 bales 1st com A of EGB/Berley from ijonoreach (1. fi wool of fine quality bright bulky in good oon bition and well handled, of the TF/Dal wave mark from Lnngreach 1 2 bales sold to 20] d, the wool being fine bulky and . bright. The samo price was secured for IS bales of C/Wi...
LITTLE THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
LITTLE THINGS. Little drops of water, Little grains of sand. Make a mighty ocean And the pleasant land. So the little moment? , Huinhle though they be. Make the mighty ages Of eternity. And our little errors Lead the soul away. From the path of virtue, Far in sin to stray. Little deeds of kind Bees, Little words of love, Make ont pleasant t&ith below Like the heaven above. — Julia C ark it.
E. W. O'Sullivan and the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
E. VJ. 0*SulUva3 and the Drought. The present Ministry have, undoubtedly had one of the worst experiences known in the history of Australia, ah experience which lias been the occasion of tho ex pendituro of immense sun\s of money, n®t only on reproductive works but also unoJ( works rendered necessary for the health of tho community, and in face of the fact that there must be a deficit declared by the Colonial treasurer wo, who have to ' pay the piper' may at least take into ourselves the consolation of knowing that the mouey is at least circulated in a manner which will relcive tlie wants -for at time at all events -before it finds its way back to tho coffers of the treasury (and from thence be paid away in interest on itself) of a number oi human beings jii worse than needy cir cumstances. Mr. E. W O'Sul^van for the purpose of relieving the squatters of the interior carriers, etc, is throwing opon all artesian wells and tanks free of all charge in the West and North- West of New So...
NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] The Mystery of A Moonlit Tryst, [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
[?] [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED] The M -ystery oi A Moonlit Trvst, By Iza Duffos Hardy, Author of ' MacGi leroy's Millions,' &c„ &c. [ALL EIGHTS EESERVRn CHAPTER V. — (Continued. ^ ?It has woke me up I' she said. 'I hate to feel awake, alive. While I live, pain lives too. It wakes and eleepe, lives and dies, with me. But lately I've sometimes felt a kind of numb apathy. I eeem to myself like «. ghost come back to earth. And this apathy, this shadow-life, in which I Eee without feeding, feel nothing, this ii the best uift lefr f..r ma T i,.*.. £.' be awakened to real life.' ? I f I have hurt you, 1 dare not ask you to forgive me I can never forgive mv self !' ?There's nothing to forgive. I know you did not mean to hurt me,' she*ac swered in the tone be knew too well, soft and cold as failing snow. « One does not hurt a ghost. And I have told you I am only the ghost - f a dead woman, moving about among the living.' He paused, a moment or more before he replied in the low repr...
AN ICE MONUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 22 August 1902
AN ICE MONUMENT. What is commonly termed an ice mocn ment is an annual formation of ice weigh ts? many tons, the result cf severe low temperature upon an artificial fountain conetiTifctpd by the Erie Kiilroad Co. at Parkers Glen, Pa., on the Delaware River. Daring the warm season, for the past i twelve years, tnis mcuncain, wmcb is capable of throwing a stream to a height of more than 100 feet, has been a famous object of interest to thousands of I travellers. The interest manifested in winter, however, is even more marked, because of the beauty of this immense column of ice, which stands from base te apex; a stately height of 80 feet, closely resembling white marble.