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Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

VJ331 and Frcauss Safari. Tho Australian Woolhrookevs Associa tion report as follows for week ending August 2!?ndJ90i. Woot,. The past week has been a very quiet one and transaction* have been restricted to dealing with supplies of loe.al scoured skinwools, which mot with a fair degree of 011(1 niiv fit Rli(iTinn,'nn nlfnvilf !r»i, from t.hoso recently ruling at auctions. Some few parcels of the new clip from tiin early shearing distriets are finding their way to market but it is unlike' y- that any representative selections will be offered until tho opening of the weekjv series in October. It has boon arranged i o hold auction sales on tho 17th and !3th September, should suiiloient supplies be available, otherwise on the latter date only. rnonccE. Sheepskins the best descriptions con tinued in strong demand while competi tion for medium sorts was more regular than last week, and a good all round tone prevailed. Very heavy supplies were again forward and values wore generally withou...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wadding. NEWELL—GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

Wadding. NEWELL — GRANT. One of the most popular wed I n fiver celebrated in Canowindra took pi aee in the local Roman. Catholic Church on Wednesday morning last, when Mr. Mark Eugene Newell, of Bandon, and Miss Evelyn eldest, daughter of Mr. Jno, Grant, .Turn-., ot Grant vilie, Goolagong were joined in tho bonds of matrinr 11 A very largo number of friends from al! parts of tho colony were present and Canowindra during tho proceeding day as well as on the more important day or the ceremony presented an animated tip pearaneo, both being so highly respected | tii.it most of the local population as well as numbers from tho respective districts resident in which aro tho bride and groom attended. Amongst other visitors who arrived on (he proceeding oveniug were the 1 ;ers. Father John Lane (who was to perform the cerenvn1') Father Flemming (both of Grenfell, in whose parish both bride and bridegroom reside) and l'atlier O' Kennedy oc Cowra. Ihe morning of the ail important day broke clo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

Obituary. On Tuesday morning the death occmred in the township (if Mr. Jno. Jacobs. Deceased is a resilient of Canowindra of about 12 months standing, and upoa ar rival commenced .1 small 'business in con- j junction with Mr. Donald Cormick. The demise was not unexpected as Mr. Jacobs had been a sufferer for about four years of partial paralysis, aud had of late be came somewhat worse. Little hope of his recovery was at any time held out. The mortuary arrangements were in the hands of Mr. J. C. Marka, the funeral taking place on Tuesday afternoon, tlie body being interred in the Canowindra cemetery. Another old identity of the district in tho person of Mr- Chas Brown, passed awav 011 Saturday afternoon last. Cowra Hospital being the scene of dissolution. Deceased was a ? well knoivn figure iu this district,- having arrived here about 55 years ago. He was a native of Mon treal (Canada), and about 80 years of sige at time of death. He has during his. residence in this district followe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

Progress Caiurr.ittsB. The usual monthly meeting of the Progress Commit tee was held on Tuesday evening last, five members being pvcncut. After the minutes of the previous meet ing had been confirmed and the 'corres pondence received Mr W Atkinson moved, 'That the Road superintendent, Orange, be written io requesting uuii. me roau irom tne .allow Ground gates bo formed and metalled ; anb that attention be directed to tlfc fact that during rains a pool of wa ter aceumu lated at the corner of Ferguson and Bel more streets.' The motion was seconded by Mr.Boyd aud carried. The meeting then adjourned.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEWED MUTTON STEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

STEWED MUTTON SfEAK. This tiiuSt be taken from the centre of a (leg of mutton between the fillet and tho k'niitik !e, which is always reserved for i boiling. Trim the steak, and take away j every particle of fit. Put it in a sauce pah just large enough to hold it. with about- half a piht of good stock, a carrot, an ohioh, Cut in slioeB, two or thrae oloves, ; a small bit of mace, with pepper and salt, i L6t the Cutlet simmer in this (after frying) for about three-quarters of an hour, then strain off nearly all the (took into a clean stewpan and set it over a quici fire eo that it may reduce to half its quantity. Then set the cutlet on a hat dish, pour ever it the reduced gravy, and serve at once with any vegetable garnish preferred. 1

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Varieties. A BANQUET NOVELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

Yariefies. A BANQUET NOVELTY. jJIIJ! P a banquet given reoontly iu Si Ma Paris by a JTrenoh countess the yfy gueBts received a most astoii til ing surpise. In the centre of bhe table was wt-at appeared to-be a huge-pita of roses, and just before soup was served the roses parted, disclosing a large h'rj cage ThiB suddenly opened, revoalin r a young lady adorned with wiaga. Su remained in her strange position duri-ig the dinner, and introduoed eaoh new d .ih by singing a couplet.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAD HER EYE ON HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

HAD HBB EYE ON HIM. She was a housewife who weighed- Her purchases when they came op from the grocer's, and who read the family gbs meter every morning in the week as one of her duties. When a water pi[)e in the cellar sprung a leak the other day she knew exactly what should be done in the caso, and the went to the plumber' and said : ' One of our water pipss has bunt. ' Yes'in/ ' It is only a small leak/ ' Just so, ma'am/ ' It is handy to get it, and it won't ta-ke over half ai ouice of solder aud fiftuji uiinuteB* work/ ' Perhaps not, ma'am — perbap3 not./ doubtfully replied the plumber. 'Bat I'm sure of it, and when your man leaves the shop he won't have any thing to return for/ * Very well, ma'am.' An hour later the plumber's workmii appeared, and ho was oioorted dowa cellar and shown the leak. ' You simply shut off the water aud Bolder it up,' said the housewife. 'Yes'm, but-—' ? There's no mere to be done. Yoa haven't got to go back to the shop to get a crowbar or shovel or wr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADY LANSDOWNE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

LADY LANSDOWNE. Her Ladyship h&3 lately come a good deal to the {ront, as one of the hostesses who entertains ' for the party.' Sha is one of the late Duke of Abercorn's. many daughters, aud a hoBteas with whom the world of London has to oount; indeed, she iB among the vety few hostesses who can achieve an almost entirely political party that escapes the reproach oi auinesB. Lady Lmsduwne has eouch of the good looks and the incomparable distinction of the Hamiltons. In India she was quite as great a success at the Viceregal Court as sh-i had previously been in tho mimic Court at Ottawa. Her husband (Lord Lansdowne) writes twenty-four letters after his name, beginning with the coveted K G.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER PARSON PEER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

ANOTHEB PAESON PEEE. There is now another addition to the list of Parson PeerB. The Hon. and Bev. Latimer Neville, who becomes Baron Braybrcoke, makes the seventh. It is curi us that the two latest additions to the peerage — the Earl of Chichester and Baron Braybr'oke — should be of this class. Most of thes4 Parson Peers begin life with a somewhat remote chanca of bearing the title ; the present Lord Bray brooke, for instance, is the third and younveBt oi Lurac IJIL'LUUIH wuu uavo possessed the peerage. Lord Devon was brother to his predecessor in the title, as were the other reverend Earls, Bess borough ana Chichester and Strafford, while the Rsv. Lord Saarsdaie was nephew te hiB predecessor, being, himself a parson, the son of a parson who did not live to enjoy the dignity of a barcny. The new Baron, however: is interesting as having held a headship at Cambridge for close on fifty years. He became Master of Magdalene College in 1853, and will thus, all being well, celebrate his ju...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MAN WHO FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

A MAN WHO FIGUEES. Sir Eibert Giffen, K.C.B., is a demon for ctatistios.^ He can simply make figures talk, and his lectures on financial ques tions are always intensely interesting Originally a solicitor's clerk. Sir Bobert entered journalism as sub-editor on a London evening paper. It was not until 1870 that he joine'd the Board of Trade, from which he retired about five ye*ra ago, as Comptroller-General of the Com mercial Labour and Statistical Depart ment. During his iournalietic career Sir Hoburt was brought into intimate con nection with the late Walter Ba/ehot, of whose economical ideas he has always regarded himself as the inheritor in part. He is an author of coceiderable repute, among his best known published works being his * Eseays in Finance/ 'The Pro gress of the Working Classes in the Last Half -Centuryf ' 1 The Growth of Capital,' and ' The Case Against Bi-metallism/

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ladies' Column FASHION AND THINGS FEMININE. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A RAINPROOF COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

Ladies' Column FASHION A-N.D THINGS FEMININE. Bt MISS ADA MELCiEB. (An Bights Reserved.} A BAINPBOOF COAT. S^nKHE old-fashioned waterproof, heavy, iKfMb shapeless garment that it wob, has fALs long since vanished, and in 'its place has arisen a smart-looking becoming coat. In these enlightened days of dreBS it is only natural that an agree able substitute should have been found for the mackintosh of yore, and consider ing the need we have of rain-proof wraps it iB a happy thing that protective vr^ather-defying coats have been intro duced in which one can feal comfortable and really smartly clad, especially in view of sndden bursts of sunBhin6. I am suggesting in the full-length sketch to day a very charming model for a rain pr of coat, which could be made up in black or fawn-colour d waterproof cloth. It is semi-fitting and has bell-sleeves aod shoulder-capes, the trimming throughout consisting of machine-stitching, which devrlops into a handsome width at the bottom and takes a Vand...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] The Mystery of A Moonlight Tryst, [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER VII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

[?] [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] The M ystery oi A Moonlight Trvsf, V « By Iza Duffus Hardy, Author of ' MacGileroy's Millions/ 4c.. &s. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHAPTER VII. — {Continued.) ' You will let me have No. 7, then P' he rejoined, but stiffening a little, as it occurred to him that she meant to hold him off. Hi did Dot make the usually desirable wide margin of allowance for tho inbred instinct, half of shyness, half of coquetry, which leads many a woman to shrink away from the first hint of ad vance to which her heart responds. Hew ever, even if a little aggrieved and offonded, he had no mind to 'cut off his nose to spite bis face' by losing his chance of No. 7 ; but he had no more time than to inscribe hiB initials on her programme. ana to oDserve that there were other dances to spare, which' she might have given him had she chosen, when he per ceived Harold Frayne npproaching to claim his dance. Frayne liked dancing, and Miss Hamil ton's stop went well with his ; but to h...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEDDING MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

THE WEDDING MARCH. Softly, softly stir tte cIiotub, Loudrr lot the organ peal ; Tenderly along the aisles Let the eolden music steal. B ush ! sho comes, the radiant bride ; Swell the gloriou6 tones with pride. See, her veil about her floats; Thrill the gentle minor notaB. Every heart is hers this day ; i'lowera before her feet are cast, Stopping on her maiden way, Stepping from her sheltered past. May the years before her be Full of bliss and loyalty ; May he tfhom Bhe takes this hour Ouard her with his manhood's power. Heaven bless this fairest m-.id 1 Lift y.ur voiceB myriad-Mont ; Organ, by a master played, TelJ of peace and lon^ content. May thete wedded hearts be leal, God Himself their union s al, And His presence evermore Dwell within their happy do -r! — Makqakbt E. San'gstkb

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personalities. THE LORD GREAT CHAMBERLAIN [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

Personalities. THE LOED GEEAT CHAMBERLAIN #jj!KHE Kim has selected the Marquis JWIb of Cholmondely for the office c-f Lord Great Chamberlain. The Marquis is a near neighbour to Sandringham. HiB seat of Houghton, which came into the family through Mary, the wife of the third Earl of Cholmondely, wan once, as Macaulay has said, the ec.ndal of all decent Norfolkshire squires, tnzougu Luc rcuLuuu uurjiiuuB ui lud giow Sir Bobert Walpole. Sir Bobert divided his Lime between Houghton, where he is said to have spent £ 100,000 on the pic ture galleries, and his house in New Park, Richmond. His visits to the latter, where ho used to hunt every Saturday in the season, were the origin of the modern woefcly Parliamentary holiday.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO REMOVE INK FROM A TABLE CLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

TO EEMOVE INK FROM A TABLE CLOTH. feoak thessilfd spot at once in milk, squeezing ont the strain gently with the band. If tbe ink has been allowed to ' fettle/ it will be more difficult to remove, and salts of lemon should tie used. After the salts hove been applied put them away carefully, out of the reach of children .

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRTS AND BLOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

SHIRTS AND BLOUSES. Fancy flannels for shirts and blouses have newr been seen ih daintier variety than at the present momfent. Cream flannels sprigged with flowerets in maufo or in red or in blue, and sometimes having, in addition, a pin-line in black, are among the i;f west fancies, and crave immediate attention. There is nothing like good flannels for hard-wei..:Sg shirts, and the cyclist and the tdnnis player should pupply themselves liberally with shirts of the kiud before the holidays begin. Ssme of the season's flannels ate striped without heing nowerea, very cool-lookm? b?ing a mauve flkhnel striped with white or a blue flannel similarly patterned. One of the figure's in my g'roup-feketch represents an every day tihirt made of fancy flannel. It is tucked at 'the top and mounted into an AtheribAfe yoke, a single box-pleat ruhnisg from the throat to the waist down the centre-front. The sleeves are of the ordinary shirt pattern, and are gathered into small cuffs. The other tketc...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUMMER HATS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

SUMMEE HATS. Fruits are used a good deal on summer hats — cherries in particular ; but apples and grapes and plums are also pressed into tbe service of milliners. A rich effect is gained by a hat cf cherry-coloured and yellow mixed straw, with branches of cherries and cherry-coloured or dull green ribbon bowa by way of trimming Again, in our search for rich effects, wisdom bids us turn to a hat of burnt straw, wreathed with shaded red and pink rcses, which hat is vastly becoming to brunettes. Simple but charmingly pretty for general Bummer wear is a hat of gold col' ured straw, of tbe American sailor shape, wreathed round with email pink ' China ' roees, and the crown banded with black velvet ribbon, a bow of ribbon velvat to match trimming the under-brim at the back and falling on to the hair. Another pretty hat is of French-grey satin Btraw, trimmed with a scarf of pale blue satin and a couple of large choux of the same, the hat, being of the toque shape.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KILLED A HIGH-LIVING WOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

KILLED A HIGH-LfVING WOLF. The biirgest wolf story of the season comes from Billings county, where G, W. Mysters was the lu sky captor. Lupus in this caso is reported to have been seven feet and ten inches from his nose to the tip of hia tail, and to have weighed 168 pounds dead. He had been a long-time offender, and Mr Myers had for years made a standing offer .of £10 for his capture. It is estimated that he has killed JGOOO worth of stock. Within tha last few monthe he has killed a number of full-grown cattle on Mr Myers' ranch. The hide was tanned and will be retained as a Bouvonir.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Naturalist. THE LARGEST FROG. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

Naturalist. THE LAR 3EST FROG. ?J'-B*9M0NG larg - frogB Canada pro Slwil bably haa t He bonor of owning the largest. 1 wae grown on a Bmall farm, Kil: irney, five miles from Frederioton, N. B. Just bofore its -ieatli it was weighed, and fonid to tip t. he scale at 48 pounds. Its length was 30 inches and height 18 ihohea. It measured 14 inches across the back. Now, stuffed aud mounted, it forms an exhibit of which the locality is prond.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POETRY HE WHO KNOWS A BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 5 September 1902

POETRY HE WHO KNOWS A BOOK. With staff in harod and dusty Bhoon, I walked from morning till high noon ; Then rested for a little wliile Upon tbe gre:n grass by a brook, And with a morsel and a book Forgot me me many mile. A nd then upon my way I strode With bending back beneath the load. Until the night beset my way With cheerful thought on son; and tale, And so I fare by hill and rale, Contented, day by day. For be who knows a book to read May travel lightly without steed And find bweet comfort on. the road. He shall forget tbe rugged way, Nor sigh for kindly company, Nor faint beneath his load, — R. E. E!iel.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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