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FIGHTING AT BANQUETS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 29 August 1902
FIGHTING AT BANQUETS. In Anslo-Sixon times when fightiag at banquete was as common as drinking, it wat customary for the one who rose to drink from the great cup, which passed from hand to hand, to ask someone to be come his pledge, that he should not be stabhed while both hands were raised. The 'pledge' rose, often with sword drawn, and «tood by the side of the drinker to protect h»ta from treachery. ' Willir : ' Are yon the nearest relative I've got, mamma P' ilotfj-r ?. ' Yes, love ; and your pa is the i:lo^:f ^t rtlativi you'vu got.' Doa't iraBfc pt-ople who are_ always pcvjjjg compliments. It's doubtful if they iver pa,y s.ny thing else. Piil-lie&.n'-'Ere, misaia, I can't take t«iis 'arh crown. It's bad !' Yoiiag- Lady (with sealed bottle)— 1 Caru't be. Farrtfr made it 'istelf.' Tbo phrase. 'Troubles sever come nnely,' w»» originated by a married mau.
NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] The Mystery of A Moonlight Tryst, [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 29 August 1902
^o_~- ? ^,^^^._ — ^n cv [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] The M ystery oi A Moonlight Tryst, By Iza Duffus Hardy, u.&or of 'MacGilcroy's Millions/ &c. &o. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER VI.— (Continued.) ' She is quite nice-looking, I hear,' con tinued Mibb Onelow. ' I wonder whether she will appear at the state dinner-party at The Fire — given in honour of the betrothal, I euppoae.' Nettie was ready to babble on like the brook that goes on for ever, bat the ready flow of her ohatter was somewhat chocked by the entire unresponeiveness of her listeners. Mrs Hamilton had picked np a strip of fancy work from the table, and was fidgeting with it in an aimless ner vous way, Clarice sat by with a sort of whose observation was keen where Bhe wae concerned, suggested a concealed interest. Presently Nettie, perceiving that no one was inclined to take up the ball of conversation she was doing her solitary beet to keep in the air, turned it in another direction. 'Do you know Eggles...
Personalities. THE ONLY JEW IN THE PORTUGUESE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 29 August 1902
Personalities -♦ — THE ONLY JEW IN THE POSrU GUESE AB.MY. jflfT^N incident forcibly illustrating the JjjVIa intense antipathy to Jews is re Jfflc Port^ in the Portuguese array, the ranks of whioh only include a eingle Jew, named Athias. So long as lie remained in cne rancs tms man escaped notice, but some few months ago he had the ill luck to be reoommended for a commission. The whole body of officers at once petitioned against the presence of a Jew, and ever since have made Athias's life so miserable that he himself has had to take tha initiative in obtaining permission to remain in the non-crmmiseioned grade, to be transferred to another corps. The curions rarity of Jews in the Portuguese army is attributed to the eabatitute system, of which Jews wholly avail themselves.
Sketcher. FISHING ON THE GRAND BANKS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 29 August 1902
SMcher, PISHING ON THE GEAND BANKS if-ifSJHE dorio3 radiate from the schooner jj.j'jlb like spokes from the hub of a Sai5 wheel. The fishing gear consists of trawls — ropes several hundred feet long, to which, at intervals of a yard, hooks are attached by smaller Hues about two feet long. The trawl is submerged by anchors almost to the bottom, and there buoyed, the hooks having been pre viously baited with the smaller fishes which the greedy cod or voracious hali but, nuzzling for food in the sandy bottoms, will promptly bolt. The trawls aie set in the afternoon and remain un disturbed all night. Once begun, the toil is incessant, and when the fishing is good the men rarely ever sleep. Awakened at 2 a.m. to fill their bait 'kits' or tubs, they start at daybreak to lift, these trawls and remove the over-night catch, rebaitiag hooks again. There are about 3,000 hooka to handle, and this often occupies until eventide, wh^n the boats row back. After unloading, the deck is plied high wit...
Science [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
Science, BY LIGHT OF SUN. jjliv MACHTNE has been recently ajMa) built which has had some success in haraesBing the rays of the sun and making them work a steam engine. A huge 'sun motor' has been built which puDipB up water for irriga tion purposes. Tho sun motor looks like an inverted umbrella, consisting of a reflector 33 ft. Gin. across the top, lined with rowB of small mirrors. These re flect the Bunlieht. concentrating it upon a small boiler in the centre, in which steam is generated. This, after all, is only a modification of the huge Bun motor built by Ericeson and set up many years ago, the boiler in that case being a long tube running longi tudinally with the mirror. Whether the heat from the Bun can compete with the heat from coal, from an economical stand point, is, however, doubtful. Ou a cloudy day the sun motor would have to go out of business altogether.
ATROCITY LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
ATROCITY LANGUAGE. A new reading has been -given ti the term 'free wheel' in Jupan. 'According to the 'Kobe Chrthicle/ a yonng gentleman was brought up at the Ku Saibaasho the other day charged with' stealing a' bicyolo. Askod Why he had done the thing, he said he w»s a student of Engtibh, and seeing a bicycle standing idle near a doorway, an English friend told him that it was a free wheel, 'whereup n hb had taken it out f»r a ride, when a policeman interfered and deprive J both himself snd1 wheel of their freedom. ' Tae English/ as he told the jadge, 'is an atrocity' language.' ?Nupkins is ah eloquent fell)*. .1 heard him bring down the h Use last evening.' ' How was that P' 'He succeeded in persuading tt« land- ord 'to reduce the rent.' ,/\
Sketcher. DEATH AT THE FALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
Sketclier, j DEATH AT THE FaLLS. J ! XR&EAVE the falls of Niagara a hjp CKnp notic power over certain people WAr that lures tbein on to destruction? Dr, A. L. Benedict, of Buffalo, asserts that they have. Dr. Benedict says more. He claims that the uwirling motion of the rapids and the muffled roar of the cataract are a menace which sus oeptifiSe persons cannot resiet. and as sure an agent of hypnotism as revolving mirrors, swinging crystals, or passes of the hands. *i nave otten met persons, says ur. Benedict, 'who told me they could not look dottn upon the wateiB rushing along beneath without feeling a strong impulse to leap into their oool embrace.' The record of thousands of eaue, normal people who have gone to Niagara to rest or recreate, who have gazed fascinated into itB whirlpools and listoned spell bound to its roar, nventually flinging themselves into the treacherous embrace of the crying wsters, would seem to bear witness to the statement of Dr. Benedict, who was m...
A FRIEND'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
A FRIEND'S ADVICE. Jack— 'I have a chance to marry a poor girl whom I love, or a rich woman whom I do not love. What would you advise P' George — ' Love is' the salt of life, my friend. Without it all else is naught Love, pure love, makes poverty wealth, pain a joy, earth a heaven.* Jack — ' Enongh. I will marry the poor girl whom I love.' George — ' Bravely spoken 1 By the way, would yon — er — mind introducing me to the rich woman whom you do not loveP* Mrs Watson : ' Every now and then, in reading the news of failures, I come across the phrase 'preferred creditors, * What are preferred creditors f Mr Watson: 'Well, £ myself prefer creditors who don't dnn me.' Jester : ' How are yon getting on with your lessons in French ?' Miss Giddy : ' Why, I can speak it, but I can't understand it.' Jester : ' What -yon need is an inter preter, to tell yourself what yon are saying*
APRIL AS A BIRTH MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
APRIL AS A BIRTH MONTH. Among inventors atid innovators April ie a favorite month for birthdays, rt begins with Harvey, who discovered thd circulation of the bio d, and it has Hahnemann with his homos pkthy, Gaesi ot with his water battery, Morse with his anesthetics, and Lord Lister with hij antisebtic dressing, says the ' Londoi Chronic',- -. Two inventors of looms flgnrd r-n the modth's list, where Isatnbari Brunei and Marconi also appear. In novators liko Mahomet and Booth jostle together on their birthdays, with Zola and HobbeB (not John Oliver) with 8ir Bobert Peel, inaugurator of bobbies ahd peelers. with FroeDel of the kindergarten, Mary Carpenter of the reformatories, and Mary Wooletoneeraffc, the pioneer of the new woman.
ENGLISH GOOD ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
ENGLISH GOOD ENOUGH. Senator Quay is fond of telling a story of an experience at a country hotel near Pittsburg. Hanging on the wall in the parlor was an inscription, ' Ici on parle Franeais.* The senator noticed the inscription, and, turning to the proprietor, said : '? Do yon Bpcak French P' ' No, replied the proprietor. ' United States will do for me.' ' 'Well, then,' said Quay, -why do you have that notice on the wall — that means ' French is spoken here.* * ' Well, 1*11 be blamed if a young chap didn't Bell that to me for a motto, ' God bleiB our home I' * answered the astonished hotelkeeper.
QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
QUESTION. What is the origin of the saying; ' Goinn &ut to see a raanP' ? Lincoln Hall, Washington, D. C , was the scene of many lectures and shows of various kind?. Adjoining it was a restaurant, the name of the proprietor being Aman. One night, in the winter of 1865, ATtemus Ward lectured in the hall, and when he was about half through his dis'courso he sur prised his audience with the auhoubcp- . ment that they would have to take a receBB of fifteen minutes so ai to effab'e' him to go across the street to see a mat1. H. P. Tracy, then editor of the ''WasMn - ton Republican/ who was ill thvaudienca, pencilled tho follownj line« and seht them to the platform : 'Dear Artemus, if you will place yourself utid'r toy guid ance I'll take you to seb a m n withhtt . crossing the street.' Artemus ac^ptfei the invitation and while the audience awaited his reappearance le was making tbe acquaintance of Aman and luxuri ating at a well known restaurant board Of course, everybody underst...
Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
Humour. The Advance Agent: 'Crack up the Bhow all you know, won't you P Tell them it's the greatest thing that ever hap pened.' The Editor : ? The trouble ib I've done that so often that people don't put a»y more faith in me than if I was an advance agent.' ? ' Foiled again I' hissed the villain through his clenched teeth. ? Well, you ought to be UBed to it by this time,' retorted the low comedian; * but what is it now P' ' The worst that could poBsibly happen. I have mislaid my cigarette.' Wife : ' But I have nothing to wear ' Husband : ' Then let's go to the opera. No one will notice the difference.' He (after listening to her playing) : ' I should think you would get one of tbrso attachments to tbo piano.' She i 'WhyP' * Anyone can play that,* Mothar — ' I am Burpriaod, Ethel, that you should talk so impertinently to papa. I'm sure you never heard me talk that way to him.' Ethel — ' Well, you choosed him, and I didn't* ? In an Ic9-cream Psrlor. — He : ' I wonder why it is no man ...
SHORT STORY The Princess Waits. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
[?] The Princes^ Wa'ts. * Don't believe you've any religion at all,' said Winston Smith to Jake Eld ridge, as they lounged into the poat office at Snapshot. t 'Why not? You don't know every thing, though yon do happen to be a Britisher/ said the offended Jake. ' Wei), if you understood tho goBpel oE labor, you wouldn't waste an hour every day waiting while your mail is sorted, when you ought to be at work in the awe°t epring sunshine doing your best to increneo your country's output.' ' Gu-ss the country ain't bo hard up for produce but what it can spare me an hour or two,' said Eldridge, drily. ' Canadians ain't like Englishmen. They don't shove one another over a little island into the sea every five minutes. No, sir. This is God Almighty's country, this i?, with plenty of room in it. You bat, we can hustle when we've a mind to hustle, and we can loaf when we've a mind to loaf.' ' Daresay you can ; but you have five hundred people in Snapshot, and almost a thousand religions ; too...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
TliE Commercial Banking Co,, of Sydney, Ltd. r.'.ir? jji' £1,000,000 JIkseuvjs F.lyd £1,010,000 I\£si-.vi: C-.utiy.t, £'1,000,000 &IBE11AL ADVANCES MADE ON APPROVED SKOUHlTiES. 'HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOR DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. ??&LL USUAL BANKING- BUSINESS' TRANSACTED. V. ELACTKFORD, Manager Canowindra Branch. [A Card. | Sr. A, J. Dairies, jPKYSICl/iSS AtiQ SURGEOH CANOWINDRA Harding 8t File 1,0.5., SU5QE3H DEST13T, MAY BE CONSULTED AT WATTS' PHilRFiUO?, Kendall street, COWRA, -and ? FORBES 'Scours from D a.m. till s p.m. THE ClIOlfliORH SIM and; 'Woodstock Recorder. Friday, September i.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
??lir.m ? ? dii II 'To stand i 110 season at EUGOWRA and travel the surrounding districts, 'The Hr.AVY Clyb^shale StaImox Lord Loftus. LORD LOFTUS is a fine stamp of the 'quire Clydesdale, being a b-nutifu] ?slapplcd brown, standing 17-J- liaiwls high -anil showing1 splendid bone aud lmisclo Ijovd Loft us is by the celebrated Rovit Piiulc (imp) from Bess (imp.) He i; possessed of a sp, lor, did temper, and iii stick aro noted for tlicir size and pulliu; capabilities. Many of them have hike: prizes at. llie Wr.Uinjrion Sliow, aud i .yearling colt by Lord Leftus was soli for :!:- guineas. TEiVMS ? Single raare £2 ; two o ?jiioro mares, the property of same owne .£! 15s. Season commences September 1st, an last roand December 22nd, when a Tiuares must 'be paid Tor. JAMES STANTON, Proprietor. — To Stand ihe Seasou -at— WllC&C WALLI & WOOD -STOCK, — The Champion Draught Stallion — & COMMODORE# HE is bv LORD ONSLOW, dam t LORD RAGLAN, g dam by Chai 'aellor (imp.). g...
Local News. Painful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
LeeaS News. Painful Ac cfdcnt. ' j a TOost- .]M«nrui accideut happened onj I day last to a young man named Rcitzninn in tho employ of VJr. T. J. I Crawford. It appears that Max who had been requested to cut a bag of chaff as ? 'imc/ldy as possible, after getting die ruacl.me m working order put iu the first, shear of liny ami in doing 60 his foot camo into contact with some abstraction Causing- lnm to loose Lis belimr-a 4k tempting to save liimself from a fall, in throwing his aims out his left hand came: ?*nto contact with t lie revolving knives sustaining severe injury. The!; third! linger was Almost severed at the' first Joint 'whilst a cut to the bone laid open ?the full length of tho first finger and ex tended almost wholly across the palm of fiie hand. Fortunately upon|feeling tho -pain the Ticfim of the accident had the opportunity to withdraw his hand, other wise that member may have been ren aeiod entirely useless. He immediately 1 ied up the wounded member and drove 'to Ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
Kt. Kcmbla Bssaslar Fund. The children of the Iw.-.l TnMis sdr-ol h-.ivo uiiflei'takiiii the duty of - /-!]'?-?! i j^- -f* -j- ;]:? iiliove object-. We arc plowed to hour thai ihv;r tstrni'ts are mooting with fineness nnd Hint, :: fairly hirjro Hum is li]\''.;ly to bo t.l i o resp.lf. A liii;tii-;l nnmb'-i1 of tliejiujiilBave nuthovizod 1o roL-eivo .- ubw.-ii jitiuus nnd^M-G sincerely tru-f tlmt: every . f -i adult nad juveaile will lieiji to laikivgo thnir li--t by making some doaatiou groat or saia'l. ^r&'itnr lOiarity call ho jiei-l'c.nard th-m t:ie fatherloo-^ and grief .Ftiir.-ken tinil no r'.f.roiig-.-r elaim for aR-istnUir^ can he ur^.-d- th:m that by tiulfers of theMt. Kenih'a. caiamiiy. I.'he anio-iiiit of each list will be published iu ihc-se columns. Court Ilouse, Oowra. 27th Augimt, 1902. COWEA ELECTORATE. TTHE GENERAL . LIST for tho above Electorate is now open for inspection at my Office, and at every Post Office within the Electorate, without fee, until the da...
Loss of a valuable Colt. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
,, &-oss of a valuable Colt. Jui. i. j. bran-lord owner of the thoroughbred horse Red Bird had the Jiii.ifortune last week to lose one of his -most promising colts a yearling for which lie was recently offered £30 odd. The ?colt was by Red Bird from a Stonewall mare and was a splendid looking animal. It is supposed the -animal must have picked up some old phosphorus baits which vvasthe occasion of Lis death.
Temporary Common Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
Temporary Common Trust. A meeting of the^ Trustees of the tem porary common took place in 1he School ?of Arts, hall on .Tuesday evening Inst. Present. - Messrs D, R. McDonald (chairman), R- Ayrton, M. J. Abberton, J. Cook, -aud tho secretary A. J. Atkin son. _ ~ _ The minutes of the previous meeting having gbeen read tho secretary road the correspondence. ? DpmrlmftTjf nf A m-i- culture stating that on application, to-be allowed to mike bricks ou the Canowin dra Temporary Oiminon -had. been re:? ceived from — ? : ? and instructing the trustees that the usual course in such cases was for tho trustees to give consent for the making, of bricks, and that a, . charge of Is per load be levied on all pricks taken from the ground, Mr. Cook moved that the consent of. tho trustees be given to tho applicant, and that a charge of 2s per 1000 be levied. ? * The trustees expressed regret at the demise of their recent ranger and thoiill ing of that position so rendered vacant -was discussed- r . '...
Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902
Waal. Winchcomhe Carson and Co.. Ltd re port ' ' Wool of the new clip is coming in slowly, shearing having been delayed by the welcome rains which have fallen. I Meantime there is every indication of a j well sustained market, 'We expect an J Jimmi tea spuing season, although there is no likelihood of a return to the verv high prices of 1899. . . We are making fairly large sales of: local FC-iured skimvool by private contract ! at satisfactory prices. We sell again on the 17th inst, when ' PJ'otyMy some portions of the new ?clip will 1)0 Available. . -