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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

''' ILlK ? i Commercial Banking] Co., e! Sidney, Ltd. Cutoi Paw Up £1,000.000 Uksi:h\-k Find £1,010,000 LJeskve C.vriTAt. £ 1 ,00;».000 XIBERAr. APVAXOK- MADE OK .\rr«ovi£i) t?i-:crrjiTiES. HIGHEST EATi:s ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT 1 XTIZKEST. : ALL USUAL BAXKrXG BUSINESS 1'KAXoACTED. V. BLACTBFGRD, Manager Canotriadm Branch. 1 A Caisd.] i Or. A. J- Da vies, PHYSICIAN AHD StIRGEOH CAXOWIXDKA Harding & Plis R.D.S., SSJ3SE33 DE3TJST, MAY BE CONSULTED AT WATTS' PHAS^fiDY, &EHDALL STREET, COWRA, ;an«l FORBES aoursftom9a.m. tin 5 p.m. THE CANOWINDRA STAR AXDJ Woodstock Recorder. FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Homebush Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

- «03Sbas5 Stock Sales On Monday la^ prices nAei at abesnt previoas ler«SL -Ore? 1600 prime aad hftsvy cto^breds nereicsrwaTd from New SeaJsad. bat there was not the keeade -zoaad -for them in yesterdays markeS thsi saeEe'mts enring the esMer westher, j Vheo fat shesp trere ia great reqaestu Tie gsaeral average qnsliry of the njerii:-.-es from Tais Stale was egaia de e3e31v hisfh. the siseep K-ere eooi to prhae. anl thefiaecesrfessidlentqaalirv. j Osh- 5S2 cside «*ne yardsd. 120 of which ?srere frmn Xe-sr Zealand aad over ISO frsjjB QaeesslgBi As the sapply wss liait competition was keea fw all d«crip tiaBS.*s-i prints bsHoeks. Trlneh vere ^sres s-ld at a high range of rahies, neaily eqaal to rewsd rates. ' lbs casrs cere of poor quality, bat th» tsliie from Xear Zealand vbieh were all Ijtsfio^^ w^t Tesy prime, sad iaadditioa to bang good CDsdSsnsed &«? were dehorEeS asd fe*e frsss SrebrasSs raj the la*3e. finis leEvia» £ l»He o* pswi' rshie to bares ani tsTihe iaT!T?itig ia...

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 — 12 September 1902

THE 'Public are requested fo- kindTr 1 EosethatPAJSGELStobedeliTerei %ise most be paid for betereraj faking edhw. I. W. JPOBRESTEB, Ma3 Cfsaxassar,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

Official Correspondence. We are indebted io the courtesy of Mr. M. J. Finn, secretary of the local Pro* grass Gcraimittee for the following earres TXKsdeoce- — 'Dapadmeni of Public Works. Forbes. Sth Sept., 1902.— M. J. Finn, Esq.. Hoa Secretary Progress Committee Caaawindra. — Sir, J hare the hrnor to acknowledge re^ipt of jwur Issuer of the 14th last., reqa^Bgthai DOriios of liie Ganowindis. to Eaaowra road from about the 41 mile post io the Nyraug Creek Church be formed and meta!J©d. ^9ie whole nnmade part of the road froa^N-viang to Canowindrs requires &-nstmc-iion and ibis 'will be kept in vieo end expendirure mads as far as thebal snfee of fend* svailable will admit. Se cass late reply— 4-asr, aad letter teniior *»Jy overlooked. -I mm Sr, Toor oh^isnt semant, Aeisub Ge&xse, Bo sd Saper. .-. . ? '-.??'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

Local Hews. For some siais past Mr. T. 'B-sfrohfoil. 5uauagy-r of tie local branch of the Ccaa ?saeivial Basking Co. o! Srdcev who has during- the last few ewciW suffered a ?swure illness, lias hsd in eontemvlaaoa -on iusrecovering guffiaentlv to enable him -to do so. a shore holiday by which he aught Jbe enabled to Jvcuwsaie hi* .«*engtl-. TTe are pleased to kv that on -inursdsy or last week he felt himself -saffiiientJr strong to undertake the trio, and aeadea » go to -XTsnly for a few yeeks. 'We hesr he arrived s&felv st his destination, sud has sinew, other than istsgue pirsasat or. this mine journev ?experience co farmer ill e2e«s.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

General Ksws Who basnet been attacked by Grippe, AndlanguLsUed in its hold ; How many give this life the slip, IvegSeeting cough or cold. Gaunt men with cough end hollow cheek. Whose death seems almost sure, Can nick u» health if thev but seek Rjr Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Mr. Hughes, who has had chargeof the local branch of the Commercial Hank ing Co. of Sydney during the illness of Mr. Blatchford, on Wednesday received word that hi- present e in Molong was required immediately. Mr. Galaway of ; Guudagai takes his place. Mr. aad Mrs. Cape well entertained a number of their friends at a very pleasaut ' £veniug ' ou Wednesday lest. Fiancis Moore, who was recently sen tenced to three years' iniprisontaeut for sending threateuiug letters to Sir J. G. Ward (X. Z.) has been realeased with a full pardon. 'It is renorted that r reduction in the timber royalties is to bs made even if the Forestry Bill is not passe-1 this^ession. A football niaicb. on Sunday evening last between Eiiirowra...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P., A., and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

.__ P.. A..and H. Asscsatfon. isie ^-rersrv oi xhe above Mr. J. J. i-icr: ussac^ the h.lii^ of die ^antsa! aiwnn? m-MYvja inriiaanon* from the loiinwmg j^rsoas thai diev will donate a« xiaaer sjv-;a! prizes to the 1933 Cann wm«ra edafe;,i.,.,._j. J. FmJU *.-» ??-* j Acaersoa.MtBduraaia, £2 2s. P G Lrt*k i-^fP s=d Nms. £i 5s. W. H.'Pariine T-a^iX-ii!Is; mU Kcfcnwa end CoT. -» Is. Dailoa Bros., Svdnev. £1 l- V; ' ~* '«? *** Zedttd Loan and Mer «*»« ? C^ *U, pd, W\ Gammer »d V? . £1 Is. This brings the tosri antonot -fc *pw.a! pro* to £69 10s which refits «^g«*« e»3it B?oa tie energy dis

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cranbury. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

Cranbury. (Tram our Cdrr^r»t-ndent-- The laving of the foundation stone of tke new Wesleyan Methodist church took place on Wednesday last and was nn- j doubted iy a success iu every respect. Proceedings commenced punctually at ! p.m.. with a banquet at which about 120 persons sat down, the tables being set on ] the verandah of ' H:!iview ' the residence j oi Mr. Caleb Xash. The Eev A. Ste-J phens of Molong occupied the chair, and j proposed the toast of '; The Kiag' which j was carried irith ifinsieal honors. j ' The Tisators ' was proposed by Mr. j Caleb Nash. In doing so. on bebai of j the trustees of the church he extended a j hearty welcome to those present and ex- j pressed personal satisfaction at seeing so I manv old friends present. j Mr. H. Thomas (Orange) a lste resi- ] dent- of Cranbury responded on behalf of the -visitors. Mr. W. Couch (Moloag) also respon ded. The toast of ' Th& Ladies ' was pro p^sed by Mr. J. S. Parker of Cudal, and was responded to by Mr. J. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cowra Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

,. Cswra Hcsnital. i2 car t-u-juess caluauss a'pna&re an annoaa^'jiea: free; the abore thaakin« *?ns\ rfi^a? It, the di?rri^t who so as «-'M :aa: jnKi:adoa dnnsir the m« r«r. It a* irrann-ing to know thst'thei --prran,-3!S «f this infnm&a wrins me 1 year have r«r. aitesdftl w=th suiees?, j tne n« rflsali rf the ret5*:t ball is ftst^ *- b*£]SSas a^al^m £i7T the net w saJr m last .Tears eSort. . Isjis pleasing io coie that uohriAstaEd lE^taenxinc rf^je, osessicw.1 bv tbe «w? exresded droaght, esperiescii br sit basuess sea ^ weU as W prodmseii I si ies*. o=e ni onr rosmshlp hss kwjt ills 'f^ 'ifewK.' ^eli before his eves, aad has dari^ a»e past few moifhs ^recred commodious bmMinss to enable ima to cape widi his fast imaeaane bna ae&- Mr, J. CLlEufca, ooadi sad feaggr .1m L te«*« cr^itforae giant ^^ strides ^ made bv Ins tmanSss dosing thslast few J?18; ^^^^hfc readeDee in thfi die i^sbaawsskasiajiaivaMrea^a 4si fc found iheieJbie that bfe basnses haaoat £K«iro...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

OUR JCtJBING ?DEPARTMENT JS REPLETE WITH THE VERYLATEST APPLIANCES CALCULATED TO ENABLE USTIT ;' TXTKS z GtTT - SU1?ERK»E ; WOEE : —XT— . :- — - MODERATE PRICES ^— :: ALL JOBBING WE GUARANTEE - *OUAL IN QUALITY TO CITY WORK* -i AND OUR PRICES WILL CONVINCE YOU TH£RE IS NO OTED TO SEKJ) . YOtm WORK TO , tilTT FIEliS- ''? '' Give us a Trial : Description of Work: immaterial.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

*' TEE €ANOWrNPR A STAR ' Oirailaios piiiicipnlTy amongst Farmers and Settkrp, — and is the — . '? hoht Advertising!; Mo *dhira for busiuesa jioople who desire- to firing thrir goods under the unt.ice of those gdutlemnn, ?SimsCRIPTJON: Per Quarter in advance ? 3/- Per Quarter, booked ? 4/- 'ubscription may commence at any time.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

1 General Chat. ' :| Rabbits are now very scares in rhis Jj district. ji A coat of green now covers the ground '^ as far as the eye can reach. ^ With an occasional shower a prolific js spring is atsured in this district. '| Mr. W. Cobley estimates his loss in ^ shoop to bo something over £1000. jj A great number of lucerne paddocks -S in the vicinity of Canowindra v.-gre ihis 3 year destroyed by the rabbits aud nad to JB be re-sown. . ^H The last of the monthly series of mm socials under the auspices of Ihe School JjH of Arts was held last Friday evening. . ^S The funds of the institution §now stand |fl at between £70 and £80. M The committee dessrre credit for tho ~^m manner in which they have worked for ~vm the benefit of the institution. 1jH ' An effort is to lie made to erect a read- ^B ing room — in reality to ettablish a School ,|a of Ai'ts in Canowindra, and it is to be ISM hoped the Governm- nt will thf n see their ijB way clear to grant a substantial subsidy. J^B Several lo...

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 — 12 September 1902

[?] ] 'liberal advances, 1 , ; accurate valuations { \\ when required. i PRINCIPALS having over 30 years | ' (experience, \ '' conduct ALL WOOL SALES. Special attention to details* \ Prompt returns a speciality, ' \ ?j j WEIGHTS CARHFULLY TAKEN. S* Offices & Stores CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, J, O. -MA R KA. ' PREMIER COACH-BUILDING FACTORY, CAHOWIHDRA. general Blacksmith and Ur.dsrtaker, Nece fewt first-class tradesmen are employcA-oft Marka^ f ALSO wish to draw special attention ?to my : Patent Tyre-Shrlnklng, Welding, and Upsetting Machinery. Tyree shrunk 'witn accuracy while .you, wait. No Delay. Inspection of Work at all times dordially invited. ?CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. AUCTIONEER, STOCK and STATION AGENT, CANOWINDRA SELLING AGENT ONLY. Particulars o Stock and Properties for sale forwarded on Application. . llotlce. ? ? Jl, NT person or persons found idiooting, fishing, JtlL bunting, or otherwise trespassing upon -Nerth Bangaroo will be prosecuted ; all stock imp oueded, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEALTH AND USEFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

HEiLTH ASD U8EFU1-KESS. We have heard mach lately about tte increasing oompetitrraBeBS of life, aot only ia the more or lea barres countne* of Europe but also in our own fertile country. The question has a number of phases, oae of which we shall consider here. if yon look at use sporting- pages to-day yon will see reporfas of a multitude of athletic eveats. The Eshoolboy is eajoy iag himself ia tte tmmri.1t field and oa tierrrer; his brother may be a member of some ooltegs nine or a V-ajHiflDfrff for a crew; his taster is perhaps a member of a basket ball team; his father, in odd boon, gose out on the golf liaks or practices with the sturdy mediciae-ball in the symaasiBm, aad it is aot at all im probabie that this same boy's manuaa can swine a golf stick as TigorooEly aad accurately as the once could swing tits slipper that pinna ditobertffiaoe. So, if the ctroggls in this vale of tears is growing keener, it seems to as that a good macy people are ia ''?'$»'«? active trtiaing for th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gregra-Canowindra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

Grcg.-a-Ganowindrs Railway. j D=-. Eos=, M.r... h;xs rccjived the fol lowing. — Public Works Department. Sydney, 3rd September. 1902.— Sir. — With refer ence t--the petition dated the 1 2th ultiino from Dr. T. Creraty, M. Byrnes ami other ! j-esidents of Cargo, asking that the sur vev of the ni-oi-osad Greffra to Cowra rsiiwav be deviated by branching off at Cudal, and instead of running to Tuckar's Ally, be taken via Boxau Park up Cargo Gully thence to OaEoinnura and Cargo, I am directed by the Minister to enclose for vov.r information, opy of a report upon ihv mutter, prepared by the Es-gi- ncer-in-Chief for Railway Coustructioa. — J. Davis. Uader Secretary. Depr.rtiaent of Public Works. Syduey. 23th August, 1902. RAIL-WAT COJtMUXlCATIOX BET5TEES GBEGRA jlxi- CA^'ow!^-DSA. The survey being made via Cudal and Tucker Alley would best serve the town of Caial asid would be the cheapest to construct. Another line irss snggesfed which went within abjsit -2i- or three miles from Car- ? s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Varieties. MY BALL—YOUR BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

sjB^sjMs^sjms^ms««»Mm»mmSa«»a»mB»«««»Mgs»mms»am-mm»jsa»amma»i Varieties. MT BALL— YOUB BULL. QfSKEBMVN military men, as well as «£w historians hold ill-regulated and l^gjpjj undisciplined aud disorganised valour in low esteem, except, apparently, when employed against the British, says the ' National Review.* This is how the persons whom the French call gallant aad devoted Franc-tireura are described in Niemnnn's well kaewn treatise, translated by Gen. Newdigate, page 190: ' Many associations in the most wonder ful costumes and with the most seditious laws joined the Urge masses of the poorer clas Bee, who went about in a more dimple manner to kill. ? ? ? It is certain that aot only all penniless vagrants, the proletariat cf the pV-ns and tie towns formed the nucleus of the Fraac-tireurs bands, but also many a foolish or be guiled or intimidated peasant, also associ ated himself with these lawless, robbing and murdering hordes.' It was robbery and murder to loot a German train and s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cowra-Gregra Railway Survey. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

Cowra-Oregra Railway Survey. Many local workers for the above have j imagined in the past that the people of Coa-ia iutesido'l gi\'i«g them every assist ance possible iu o'i-t:uiing the construc -ioa of a railway which would place them ou a fiKting somewhat similar to their brethren in o:h:-r districts, but recent de velopments should show those who have so believed tiiat little reliance eau be j placed upon S'jch promises. The farmers i of this, oue of the best districts in the j state, as proven by annual returns and j the success of the local P., A., aadH.j Association, have for several vears past! devoted their energies towards obtaining ! r.iiltray communication and have so far j succeeded ns to have several surveys car ried out, aud have received a definite pro mise that the railway will be cunstracted. It is perhaps natural that the residents of j Cargo aud Eiijruivra, H&iurly situated as oarseSves, should strenuously, oppose the construu*U-n of the line uoloss they r...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEGRO DEVISED THE BANJO. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

NEGBO DEVISED THE BANJO. Whether the southern negro cm legi timately claim so be the pioneer in ' rag time ' music, it teems, ssys the ' Spring field Bepnblican, that he devised the banjo, the instrument with which the darkey of the south is most closely associated. Dr. CHrk, cur i tor of musical instruments in the National Museum it Washington, has reached this ooBclusioB after research. The banjo is unknown oa the west coast of Africj, sad. was intro duced ib the West Indies from our southern states. The first of which there is 6ny trace wae made by as old Sauth Carolina negro before the revolutionary war, out of a gourd with a handle at tached. The first. screw-heid banjo was msde in 164? by William Boucher, of Baltimore, who is still living.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRAPPIST. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

THE TBAPPIST. The Trappist mast be read/ for what ever work may be assigned to him by the abbot or by the cellarer, by which name the steward is known. He may ha-e to tesr hin»KBlf away from tUe library, where he is copying beautiful hymn bocks, and go to sprinkle a clump of trees or whittle shavings. He must never refuse a task, but always perform his work nth essrer nees by virtue of the eternal law which demands tnat we toil, but, by virtue ot the law of obedienee, he has not the right to select his irork, says tha 'Catholic World Magazine.' A light repast, eves poorer than the morning meal, ends the day's work. Then the Trappist, towards 5. SO, reads and meditates; finally, at 7 o'clock, thii long file of silent shadow* weads ite way to the dormitory. It is an immense room, entirely bare ; small partitions not high enough to reach to the ceiling indicate the inclosore of the celis. There are no doors in front of these cells, a curtsin of gray serge being th; only protection. A c...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAT ON THE PAY ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 12 September 1902

CAT ON THE PAT JEOLL. Tea dollars 'for food for the post office eat * is, perhapf, the most enrioas allow ance Bade by Postmaster General Smith. la the post office ia St Paul, ifi»m L ii a eat that has eadeared iteelf to the esn plojas, mot aione by its geade ways, bat by ite ability to catch tbe rodesla which iBTset the plaae. The post office ia St Paul is aa old affair, aad groat *-*.i»ri™. has to bf takes with the mails to pre-rent their beiag aibbled by the rate aad ndoe. Masy effartE bars been mt&a to get a cat that would appreciate itE affidai pas ticn and work; m the interes: of the giCT-arnaest. bat all fuled, oatii £aally a cat came that evidently wiatit btuintat. She wbe, however, eaoced to a neigiboor ixg boiiding, vhece, teon^h the atmos yhera was ias arirtocratTC, tn* fare was better. Tidily the preBinticcuiabent appeared asd has girea Each g«seral faiHtfartiim taat the gorenimeat has made a Epeeiai requiiilion ia its fa-roar, aad it wiH be cspplied dai^y with a...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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