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IN PORTSMOUTH HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

IN POETSMOUTH HaBBOUE. A steam-launch belonging to a battle ship sprung a leak while crossing Ports mouth Harbour nnd rapidly Bank. Near by an old salt was leisurely rowing a boat, but he aiadj no attempt to come to the rescue. The launch's crew of three, however, managed to swim to the boats and as they scrambled on board one said to the boatman, ' Why didn't you come and give us a hand t Didn't you Bee we were sinking i' ' Lor, bleBa ye,' said tha boatman, stolidly, ' I though yer craft waB one o' thorn bloomin' submarines.'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stockyard [?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

Stsckysrd Coiif . [?] UZiSii crops i^f ?£T\'iQ- ~ i&siiere a-. w. ihr Tais ss. S&tcr-lix Eigis: was Terr v=3- : Cfjsji xn tiie isrssrs, as liie sj»e2I oi £tt Trciuiisr iris i.^'T,':ijr;f, show ax= cSkcs. ? Sis* t& lae ?sTkeai: «--k-s are eeTeii^o- tiis: grotad EaorJy. 3is &fier-j- ire all Rrtt.- '? Eroia 75 So SO jwr cesi .01 sjciiii jss: iss ; ~! iks ssjjisa sre. -os tie iusrease £^ri as '1 tsey sriil aat take piajsas c='iz5 to ssj musk green foei »se ooi^ Trv^sTts y- idsji ] tfcsni in tii«k .is t» cfss fce «a tSssm. j F-cr liis unrjKise firires sre essiaiaxiBr 3 ^Egaaissl. Mr. 'X. Oaseji ssts a «ba«*j os. Satardsy .las ^iidi *^as y-isj sseoess- i Eisrss .shiwtsrs ja^i *s «roaaisate far 3 tit day. Assart TS5as3Ba5e' iej 9 -z.-zi^z a=i bylsaijtewa -el^ ±O- 171 ht.il ^I lee Tisisss ^sO xiievisrsE5- 3izs. ChiBaA ; prisiiisS & sgikadid icadiasn vii?3; s^s ] &xas fcli jsake ia. ASb=t laund»e;a tis^ *3*e maSST€ «€ the gsjani bases: vary' TS...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS, BEWARE! [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

COMMEECIAL TEAVELLEES, BEl WAEE ! Fastened to the door of a large boot warehouse ia a Midland oounty is the following list of solemn 'warnings to travellers' : — Knock twice at least. Clean your boots before entering. Don't litter the warehousa with aamples. Don't waste a moment, You have come to talk business, not piliticB. so say wnav you nave to nayi mm sw A voang traveller, coming face to face witrrthis awe-inspiring noticB, stood for several minuteB outside, praying for courage to enter the dreaded chamber. But his shaking fiagere pushed open the door at last, and with bated breath ha tiptoed into the office. Instantly there arose a shout of joy from a crowd of flushed and breathless clerks, who were hotly chasing a bundle of newspapers tightly bound together in tbe shape of a football. 1 The saints be praised !' cried one of the ' players,' seizing the timid traveller's hand in a grip that hurt. ' You couldn't havs come at a happier moment, old man. Shove your bag under the de...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONDUCTOR'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

CONDUCTOE'S MISTAKE. Among the passengers on a Glenside accommodation traiD the other afternoon was a very stout old woman. She occu pied an entiro seat, says the Philadelphia Telegraph, aB she was bo extensive of build that thero waB hardly room beside her for the package of hooka and eyes ond the three hatpins Bhe came down town to purchase. The woman looked perceptibly worried, and finally, whoa the train was nearing Elkins station, she leaned over {tUU tn^fU HUD OllVUlU1^*. UL Mr JUUU5 auum ia tbe Beat directly in front of her. 'Pardon me, young in in,' she said, 'but will you tell me the name of the next station ?' 'Elkins, ma'am.' 1 When we get there,' she continued, ' won't you kindly help me off the train ?' The young man cliivalrausly expressed his willingness to do the woman the re quested service, but be looked so sur prised that she hastened to make aa ex planation- ' I wouldn't ask your assistance, young man,' she said, ' but 1 fried t - get off at Oak Lane, two station...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

JAM. The man to whom Mr. Gladstone owed his famous advice to agriculturists, 'Mike jam,' is recently deceased. Mr. T. W. Beach, of EaUng, revolutionised j-un making by discovering how to make whole fruit jam, now common enong'u, but at the time regarded - as marvellous. To better exhibit bis still Mr. Beach bit upon the idea of putting his whole fruit jam into glass bottles, bo that the public could see its favourite fruit without ? appearing altered in appearance.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Social at Belmar[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

SscSsl ^ BeJSara 35»Tuhitp *\C -jrBFliEia in d» Behnoi« ITal! «n FriSsT *?ttaala^ last sad prorafi a Tno- EBJovaMe «s m0 as a proSiable tsbosou. A3hiui €5 -K*»g)Ips xrere pisgent «ne atjcrfi €as fen hm Ht&ejoGm &w IfiappS nriSl dbnnfc,5 a,m. 31» hall ^ras j Soerr^i'gij^ a triSe It^vy fhaa imt^ ^fe. insfi, iBTinp-liad e |ro»d deal o? attentioa ;hes-ov«d tzpoa it frrorBd sliaost perfera Mtihovt «m1o*cS!^: Trfred«iKsits»He :TOni»i 'various aM-iET«3* aS Qte -1bK, piomnjeiit ansotigst irharn 'srere tie jcg— a^sry aad Mr. P- G«taen. «^^ n^ aitenHre to ia^ar pseslK. 3ie ^eh w5i i-»ie5i *s a eosss5d«^ie ert«3t fev ^^ ~ ''difficulty in getting tie good old game jgoing on alfirm footing. Tho local town 3raud supplied 4he music, and tlie manner an wliick the members «oquitted them :6elvtis i'oflc3ts credit on their painstaking instructor as well as upon tUoinselvos.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personalities. A JOKAI JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

Personalities. A JOEAI JOKE. ?y^WJPON one occasion, at Vienna, a fJfelS Bavarian noble was uttering a &Ng philippic against Hungarian spelling and orthoepy. Dr. Maurus Jokai, who was present, listened with grave attention until the noble had concluded. Then he rose, bowed, and re marked ? ? OTo An Rtwll badlv. and pronounce even worse, but, yjur excellency, that is a part of our national courtesy ; we do it to give foreigners an excuse when they try to speak in our beautiful language.'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Horse Breading of the Past. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

Horse Eresdins of the Past. In the J' AgricaJtara] Gazette '' is published a as^st intereslinw article- oa ibe breeding- of race horses Irv Sir 'Wal- ter Gidiey, li^rt., aa extract from which is ;hs folio sing — I *' The laadein race borse, snperior as ;heis io point o* spe-.-d to feii a^aes-store of a Latidred and a hundred and fif? r which would fit him 'to bo the are of a useful horse.' Daring the eighteeath coEtnrj- aad the first quarter of the niss teen;ii, the racehorse combined speed acd stoatness. The early thorooghbTS-l averaged lirtle more than T4-2 in hright reserabh'cg the three faaons ares frwai which oar race h-irses are descended, The Bryerij Turk the Dariey Arabnar,, and the Godolplun Arabian Tvore all acder 14-2 hands ia height. Thesejtrere the horses, mere ponies oennpared ?with the thoroughbreds of fo-da-r— 'which per xonnea tss tsisfcs af irhich w» read in the oidmrf records beisreen 1718 and 1764. In Octohsr, 17! S, at Xe^nnsrtei^nreBty diree matches trere made,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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PLON-PLON. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

PLON-PLON. The second son of Plon-Plon and of Clotilda of S*voy has for him not only Mb great name, but, if diplomatic gosBip may be credited, the warm friendship of Nicholas II., and, it is hinted, a bride elect in the Grand Dushees Helena, the pr-tty, hard-headed daughter of the Grand Dake Vladimir. He was little more tnan a Doy wnen n« entered tne EuBBian Army, and for long yeara he was colonel of one ot the imperial regiments, while it is significant that his address ia the Almanac de Gotha iB given aa 'Peter hof.' Were his flder brother, Prince Napoleon- Victor, once out of the way, or even wholly resigned to abandon his claims, Prince Louis might soon see him self installed at the Elysee.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

Esrd=4t. {Ttxjis cur CvrT^5j-t»s 2t?ct-'; I scsioe tit- iiirassrs i3-e-iiad here Jiaro s»sr g tacrejitrasaEt ssr.ile, as tL«-y jJsiat the dwarfi; iiiTiy l-rafcc-XL, sas nc-t feifore . i: -sras ibae. ss tie prC'ST^rts i-ji tie s.sa- ' s?ii Trsre lookiiif Tery sc-HosiS.' Grass ~as c-a' of the c«essii*s, s.= .1 *r-r-^T« war* . b^^iaEiiiir to f ii bstk. a.r-3. shouia liis- \ s.^^-rTer tMars iuve alias-ed £3-i the hrlg-iit s£-ie is iQ—ii^c r-3D-i as hi^kx ? izrsss sad er--js sp-^ to iiiT=£ ya c— s. are=-2 m£iitJe sEss? ths reins, Xerertiie iass iher« has ziot fcrsc & sstEcfesr do»x Tv'iEr to jii^jre irst-r but ir*. ssesiGEly :3'ost tist Mr. TTriCC 'sri:- -S-sc-s st-sd sirtiLC fin-stber «okh — ^tie gor^i -ihisjs csas «- ; ;ic*s* w32t? xrair. : I dwsLg^it t«t tetaly as 'Jifiir £osf kss bees j jgre^i.. &-eryoee tas beea 'asaer great 1 i espeasi? it^ditc titir stodu ^asitsss* sasi , |s:ri«' i^aS iitr* t»i»sa ia grfia-t dssnaud: i list DsLng tie ecly frsS ersiis'y-s. ; I I ias...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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CONNAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

CONNAUGHf. The Duke of Connaught, though he preserves, as neither the King nor any of his sisterB have done, a look of real youth and vigour, yet enters to-day his fifty first year. As the godson ana namesake of the great Duke of Wellington, it was very early decided that Queen Victoria's third son must have a military vocatku, and. fortunately for himself, His Eoyal TTitrhnnnR RMmo fa havA taken rflru Irmdlv to the idea. His refusal of the Saxe Coburg-Gotha succession caused no sur prise among his friends and those of his young son, but German cynics declared that the Duke of Coaaaaght did not for get in the circumstances his close con nection with the Belgian Throne, to which he is next heir after Prince Alb6rt of Flanders. The Bernadotte who founded the present Swedish dynasty ia feaid to lave exclaimed, when dying: 'To think that I was once one oi Napoleon's Mar shals and that I am no.w only King- of Sweden !' Perhaps King Edward's brother may live to say : ' To think 1 waB once...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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[?] Season. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

C'i£55 SCSEEn. hare. I-y th^ e-'u''';-y ni tL? Inral Spsi:c-t-; Oc-nstat'ls 1-^-n en :t bled to ci,;sia tii The- C-c-iS *c2*J2 for l'-:'2=3i 1ilt?.~t. 2iaJ^ h?'.i, iar.i t-'^fsv, bi'terr. Isho rs:'. l-k:i srsr:. r'aiti turtfy. ^;^. cue'; of f-T-PTr ,]r*T:];a-r;, p'orer « every sr? «Klr-;:- of The I.',ih] ui. Gi^EfiaJ. A^hV-irnasn, Cc-r.c^'lin asl cii---r5. cOTiiaesees 03 Jure 51st ard ends ^Is: Dc-fe-itfrr. t«! jlsr :a 3 2-srabrr d o:h-2rs -a? i.f-asa- c-jsat-zc-es Atisrcst Sih . aad «r.:-s; Febrcsry 7li-. For ciiail ill' ^as-^z ir. the »rhc;e of r*?T 16sli «'d 6-^.i? ^I.ri^' -3?*sl_ tiiil? sH'™w :s*r fc-ur :zr.'ti5 :a :h? year dcrin^ 'wikl: «usil n^y be ic^iiSy el*-??.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

ES0SS73 ? irtjea £cr G:^r^asrKm5^c;*.) j i 3ScS6E-rs £T£ i?'H2s^'5lirrJ ? Tip a ty.t ?, ?to ^9 ey* herzz & aiw sre^r, bm etIj -s-ei ! s-sat ffircs 2-sIii, tee grassia i= ::=s isij &r ; 3 ?f5-Op«gT£SSi-~li=-FB352ier. . - j Taccsrsre as erssrs ercz ?i^j- hl tedsIs are fer MslisaE; os WedBesSay last, bass- J Cknzn iass Ss.'~ratj ise ISia Asg- l«&r«3 Mr. laarp P^L far JFar^ss. jesa1 s»j Isia2r-gsai?^. ?'-, - | 3lr. Jl-fessjs b! Fptjfs r-L£?na& t-.* ]£r, JarssaiE Asrlsj: C-F-S-, jri? La3_^ ?»?sr -rsc:vr*3 t--2£aauB£-. Mr. Satessob] --=5«.Tka; Ms. Jrjhaaa&s srr.sE.Terri'bir las =.T5ie°s ?ssvP_-C Le tbtj ssach a-isetia^ lij-.-. rr the praress^s. aad ?^?^ ptliite -& ? Siiw!as^a is2 ss:i. ISs. y^'ji^fy »iB5 «.'?=-£ TS i^Hlstl Lhs £ TSTT eCT'SJiis oSoBi ' ;=5 is wc^il be d-SKi i ±k£j jhr-, 1 n.--- s~ -isx iie is= 'lamp- -ezjS stkei flm: - 1 sat !!*.!£ vc'ull Iihtc i._,elt i^..r«t &-~''j Thi ~FJhL. ti ? * t-'Scrrre'i ?v-ah xchsx .^~— - '?...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

trfsor-'; rf5W5 'h'i--t- wltj hare civt.-, 'ji- -,;-;? h'-r- ci in jruidlEiT tLe flt-ills^i-S oi 'h-i t-.-bk Ti& SftiifT^i inrtravrcrs arc- f:::1 at I^siiaii's AjSECf. N^ Tor's, Ft.'ri-f| last iw Sitsdur^ 0:3 Ct-saiwE^'is LitOd-; of csrrrin-r -*ii i-~- Australia, j It Is st-sKd that As ]s». j raises hadi i^ad-e arrirtgeiaor.ts befar* th*1 c-f-ssatsoi! ? of tjsiiiiics to shear I&. -KK-,O00 ii^pj Mr. «T. Tavrase-.j. A.TT.T. Org-a-iizfr ) states th^s gir-ij!e ?^^rs Ij-^-s ?os3nir-Err~i ~'-j i t'iic A.'W.IT« la-:- ktp iri Urr*'s Tics'?:; has'; bec-r. tji^tp thrri tri-*j:-].i'i3. ; : Sir. G. H. E'dv-n, o! Ers=A;= -tatw-: j !;' ;he Molis? difir;^, has sa?ta:.o*?-i j Ifi^DUT £IOvO hs-risg- iic-a s^ei:'r sfx-ri ? St. IVhall of irc-^rriftl ir.Tn;. riesri : C^'''-;i3. his £ TV.frirr* ?t= ?srhirli srrtT-5: : 'is !-?-''! ~e.I \o be a -?-^.??or-i. Thrse -iic-a.' hnt tto c^-ivr^u' s'^'s'£- .-isri l:'ktlv To Isv-r. : ;--i.avA srsc-; :.ni.;-i csJifnla^ii in? c~K c! ? Ar-cx-.'rr-jr t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Colonel T. S. Parr[?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

Cclsasi T-S. Parrott, ; ia rlev of la£e lexpsiessce -of Ujw 5is- 't I trfs- cf tiie ee3jiK3ts T&sn&^iB&'&e fol- j ! lOTtine ^k-sM pitwe -^ iistBresi «speesET :to iffiataters of osr BaOirsr Ls^ae, — c=stij 3ssg^?3 his «B5raaas€- is &bonJ to I i !sets 'tac Soe& Amss. ^rlMie he eri-Bcssl ts- take Bp ^srsH-k co -ssiiji hs ^rss pne- j ii-?sdy sjgsged far dse ImpasaiG3T«2i-l Ta-st,* Owessl 'Busnill et 6l pars of; sge lotfes 38 t^ts yosnger. ssdijEBiadj e. *^: asSiarj eoserT' Ftkss 'irad3-i sdjagrsgjh, /BiiEk ?!»»»? ia issSiSeS. femi | sr-Ene 5«disa frans SySssy ObsanaSarr so ; 5~ui2- H«aa wr di2*-ka«od. 55-e sSase] t--;ta niw itTEsng- lie CiE^cff EngiEasrs-; art lie Jieid GacpaziT. tiifi SabsiBasiies i&serF sail -a? riT°nnr-c lurcspssr, can : l52e«e 5iaTe besa naSer CSokjnd ISsrsoifE! B^Ej^pHr, theC-sasadTFarfeiSMB vsrepi S-«3 ^y SKB 3S. Sie tvw biws, WJlHSl is' refcrdeS sf «ae «c the anas »»Si-5«»«^ ssx- : iKErr3^3JiBB!B'5si AukzbJb...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Sporting [?]es. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

Spartiag Hotss. ':??} foils^'snir aosiina?M»Bs liaveb?flni K-- ????-'.?. -:-t fuTtbe nra p«acipai tv*ate«f( T;:i -Cr.--jirir.dra 3.0. Spiiug Sieetiag 10 &-.? 7211 ?-?a Wednesday i»-est : &p-,;=iber Hasaiean. im. si- — ObtoI- P-fr': Tivi. Ksxive Bose, Alio. Caroilne, Hrsruweijrnt Hanciicap. — Ira. — Hose-* «Hi '(rr-ld'oast Cable, Alto, Caroline. ] Mriii iiiag. Coio-at:ox H'ca?. : 6 Furlocs- '? ¥-i£ovrmz «is the ?sreigits io' the ttro jwiarip*! er«its Kt the Oowts uieedi^: ^r:ieii s-3 T« rasa off to-daj- — ? 1VIi.«!€t 9.33. Cfertsline 9 6. GolJbnst : £.?. F^r^wster S.7, Bea S.6. Don-as S5.1 'Meraifild 8.4. DasWcro S.2. Bervrick S.O, ; AvKi'Tj 8.0, Bowshot 7 12, 1« Di T- 7 VI. Coiemaa 7,7. Graeby 7.4, Alto] 7-i, Danless 6.7. Bcrer 6.T. I mil» Peiisner 105. Caroline 9.4, GoIdbusS S.e. Fiwsrat?r S.6, Ben S.5. D.-ar«s 8.4. ?-.:---r3-Tiid S.2. Dnntnoie SA, BenriekT.IS. ; C-t .i:»:rr7.13,iore«lit* 7.10, Tri Di Tie; 7.10, Gal«csn 7. €, A3ro 7.0, Bualess: G-*. R-weLiii 6.7. : ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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A COUNTRY BANK MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

A COUNTEY BANK MANAGES. Tbe visit of the examiner, or travelling inspector, to a bank is an event of im portance, and, if there are any irregu larities, an occieion of anxiety as welL Strange subterfuges are occasionally dis covered, but it is not often that an examiner stumbles upon anything at once so irregular and so honestly intended as the custom discovered in a certain little American country bank. Upon making bis visit the examiner found a deficiency of one hundred dollars. Of .course an explanation was demanded. Alter an attempt at looking wise, the cashier took one hundred dollars from a private money-drawer. ' There, that will pat it right,' he remarked. 'How will you enter that to make good tbe balance f ' asked the examiner. The cashier looked bewildered, but finally said be wouldn't eater it at all. ' You see,' he remarked, ' that drawer I just went to to make the uauku\*3 ±0 ntinv no vui dud vuud. t»ui& overs' drawer. Whenever we're out of balance we go to ' ou...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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LONG CATTLE HORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

LONG CATTLE HORNS. The headquarters of the National Live - Stock Association in the Quiney building will soon have hung up an adornment that will be thj admiration of every cattleman that drops in. Eaeently there arrived from. Chicago for President Springer as a gift from Eisenbaum Bros, a pair of horns measuring ten feet from tip to tip that were once carried by a steer that roamed the grazinic grounds of South America. Thia ia the largest pair of horns ever sean, and their approximate value is £100.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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THE POPULARITY OF PING-PONG. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

THE POPULARITY OF PING-PONG. Birmingham magistrates do not view with favour the wholesale introduction of ping-pong tables into licensed houses and refreshment establishments, and it iB stated that at the next lictasing sessions an announcement will ba made that pis; poag in future will be scheduled along with billiards and bagatelle, and will require a license. Among licensed victuallers in the Midlands tha frame has attained o truly remarkable popularity, and for tbe time baing hai put billiards in the back-ground. In some insUaoe, - the billiard-table has been comverted into a ping-ponj table, because the latter frame is more remunerative,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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SMOTHERED BEEF WITH ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 19 September 1902

S MO THE BED BEEF WITH ONIONS. Most cooks know well enough that the lower priced cuts of beef are as nutritions aa the moBt expensive whose value lies in tenderness. But they either do not know bow to make the cheaper meat eatable or they do not want to take the care with it, which with present prices it would be as oeonomv to ezerniRo Take one of the rolled rib roasts which are marked in the market at about half the price of the choicest roast. Wipe it over with a wet cloth. Pat two very thia slices of fait pork into a large frying pan and when they are cooked to scrape, put in ( he beef and sear one side then ttie other. Now if you have a covered casserole or a large beau pot or even an iron epider or frying pan with a tin pan that fits cloBely for a ewer, put the meat in, linEe out of the frying pan, pour con tents over the meat and add enough boiling water to cover half the depth of the meat. Cover t nd set in tbe oven or on the back part of the range for four hours or until the...

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