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O'SULLIVANS PROMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
O'SULLIYANS PROMISES. Elsewhere in this issue ispublished the I reply of the Hon. E, W. O'Sdleivaj,- to ri ?deputation which waited on that gentle man 'at Forbes last week in reference to tlie proposed railway froni Cowra via panowindra and Eugowra to Forbes. This reply may bo takon in several senses, -or rather reading between tlie lines several nieamn&& may.be taken from mem. On the -whole it would appear -Sidcidedly unfavorable to the roquet of Mlie Eugowra Railway League delegates, 3 or tnougn tbe pi-omiae is held out that meir proposal will be considered by the Fiiblic Works Committee tho Minister distinctly states his own idea is to con nect Forbes with the Goiilburn. railway by a lihe frotii Gunning, a small station ??between Yass and Goulbtirn, to Burrawa -a distance of about 38 miles, thence to I K^ofaftathaj a distance of about 32 miles, thence to Greiifell, about 24 miles, and then on to Forbes, a distances of some 36 'miles. This proposal, and it oil tlie...
Local News. Don Cleve. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Local New& Don Clcve. Knee leaving Canowindra district Mr. Jno. Swindle, t-lio owner of the above named weil-l.liown trotting 6lalliou has been very successful at various Show's, being decorated with the blue ribbon at Bla'ynev, and having taken second honots at tlie Rjynl Commonwealth Show now being held in Sydney. Mr. Swindle expects, immediately after . the Soya'l Show, to depart for New Zealand, taking with- him this first-class animal. With some splendid stntik at present doing well in the land of the 51 oh it is expected Don Cleve will be extensively patronised during the coining season.
PIGEONS. THE JACOBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
PIGEONS. The Jacouin. Jacobins are rather pretty pigeons, but excellent birds of thiB variety are very scarce and valuable. They are usually called Jacks, and cost from 5s. to £2 JOj. per pail ; the latter price, of course, is paid only when tbey are extraordinarily good specimens. Jacobins are very good breeders, usually having several broods every year. They are of several varieties, namely, reds, yellows, and blacks, which are the most valuable colours ; but there are also wnites, DiuoB, duns, and mottles. Jacobins have a ranpe of inverted feathers on the. back of their head, which turnB towards the head, and so form? a hcod nearly covering the whole head. The closer and more compact the feathers grow to the head and mors valu able does the bird become. The Jacobin has email and short feat, but a very long tail. The best food for Jacobins are grain and maize. It is rarely that a hardier variety of bird than the Jacobin is met with. The German Tot. The home of the German Toy iB Ge...
General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
General Chat. Minister for Lands Crick will not entertain a proposal to set apart £50,000 for the purchase of a means to control the ever increasing rabbit pest. Cecil Rhodes, the South African mag' uate is dead. The uiilk supply at Bowen Park s butter factory is continuing to decrease. T v -i ? n._ 'PnoL- tt;ii JJU.UU JKUU.ULO UU mo route of railway offer sufficient land for the purpose to the Government gratis. O'S. now favors a line from Gunning on the south to Burrowa, picking up the TCoorawatUa line, and from theiice on to Forbes. O'S. has fully justified our first im pressions of him. He is a very 'pro- mising ' Minister for Works. With this issue commences a new era in the history of the Stae ; this journal will in future be known as The Canowindka. Stae and Woodstock Re corder. To cope with increased responsibilities the Star will in the near future be en larged. Lovely spring weather has prevailed since the Tain. The green tips of the grass may be seen peeping through the e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
£50 REWARD. OAID by the TTndetsigned for informa ? tion that will lead to tlie conviction of any person STEALING- CATTLE or SHEEP belonging to tlie Bangaroo or Conomodine Runs. HAMILTON OSBORNE. . J. M. ATKINSON. BANGAROO Tar Fire Earmark Sheep . ffc *7 Cattle JtO Horses CONOMODINE '6heep ' 1 C3 Cattle OOs ^ Horses -X- Aubrey Robinson, - - Newsagent yZi Fancy Goods //V* Music I IV and ' \ Bookseller. 33 est brands Pipes, Tobacco, Cigare and Cigarettes always oil hand at lowest Prices. Agent for Mercantile Mutual Assu rnnpfl Socj tv and Atcherley and Dawson Merchants. Q. WALKER WHOLESALE fruiterer and commission AGENT, SUMMER-STREET, ORANGE. Fruit of all kinds Bought or Sold on Commission.' EeferencesoGommerciaV'Banli JUNCTION HOTEL ~-- OANOWINDEA, MATT. DWYER | PROPRIETO R,~ Only Wines ThB ' . Spirits Best 01 And Brands Beers Kept In tock. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. j H MARSHALL, VICTORIA HOTEL, CANOWINDRA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. None but the Best Brands cf Winea and Spirits, etc., kept in Sto...
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Postal and Telegraphic Information. Ofiice Hours. ' Po?t Oflice open 9 a.m. _to 6 p.m. Telegraph Office opon 9 a.m. to 8p.m. Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 9 a.m 5 p.m. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post oflico hours ; cashing, during money order hours. JMote.— Ail offices are closed during sorting of mails from Sydney at 10.30 a.m. daily. Arrival cof Mails. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, daily at lo*3o a.m. .X-..-' ' Cowra T uesday, Thui'fedny and Satur day at 1 a.m. ?? Ssfe,'-1'.-., Eugowra, Tuesditfe&jrd; ; Saturday at 1.30. p.m. ' CiU'go, Tuesday, Thursday aii4 Satur day at 1.30 p.m. ^ Walli andamluramn, Wednesday and Saturday at 1, p.m. Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. Loekwood and Burdett, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 p.m. . Departure of Mails. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at 2.45 p.m Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 1 i a.m. Eugowra, Monday and Friday at 1 1 . Osiii^Monday, Wednesday and Fri dayat 8.30 a.m. Walli a...
Canowindra P. A., & H. Association. "Some FREE PRESS Assumptions." [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Canowindra P. A., & H. Association. ' Some Free Pbess Assumptions.' That Canowindra is the chief town of the Cowra electorate. That the sole object, of the: Cowra P. A., and H. Association in passing a cer tain motion, was to assist the Canowindra Society. ? That there is not tho slightest 'possi- bility of a conference of representatives adopting such an idiotic motion. mi ? i. il. - nximnof-n JLiltlli tuts jjiu^unai uiu uui with the mover and seconder — the whole of tho members of the committee desired to see that subsidies only went to the society iu the 'principal township of the electorate.' That action having been taken by Government to suppress societies of limited membership the Cowra society should cease to exist. That Beeing that the committee con stituted the whole membership of the Association the motion could not have originated in selfishness. That seeing that a number of the ?Cowra members have seceeded to the Canowindra Society, the Cowra committee are anxiou...
Farm and Garden. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. MODERN FOTATO CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
jFarm and Garden. ORIGINAL ARTICLE?. ttODERN POTATO CULTIVATION. 3KF the land is inclined to be heavy it dB should be carefully cross ploughed jgj; and thoroughly harrowed, using, if necessary, a leve'.ler or fine-tooth harrow in order that the soil may be well pulverised, after .which planting may be done. Of course it is well understood that good crops cannot be raised from poor seed, and the intelligent farmer will plant only strong, vigorous seel potatoes raised on land in some other locality. Increased yield in crop will pay the extra cost of the best seed many times over. It has been clearly demonstrated that in cutting seed potatoes the highest yield cat. nf f.w atrau to the piece. The plan of Using rather heavy l»nd, especially if clayey, for grow ing potatoes, would not ordinarily be a good one, except for dry Beasoss. It would certainly be hazardous on such land to manure in drills, as it would be likely to result in a crop badly affected by rot. It used to be the general ...
A DOG'S ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
A DOG'S ADVENTURE. The Rev. K. Stote Fox writes to the ?Free Press.*: 'Perhaps some of your readers may be interested | in the follow ing account of the wonderful escape of my collie dog under very unusual circum stances. About & fortnight since he haB . been taken ont for exercise, he ran after a rabbit, but did not readily reappear. As this is no unusual circumstance, it excited no surprise. He has often fol lowed carts passing on the road and re turned in a week or two. On oc casion a full week elapsed, when Mrs. rox, going round the premises, heard as she thought a low moaning. It immedi ately occurred to her that it might be our poor dog embedded in a part of one of the chalk pits near which she was passing. Proper assistance being immediately pro cured, after half an hour's digging the collie was unearthed, very little tho worse for his eight days' incarceration . He had apparently followed the rabbit into a chamber dug ont by the men who formerly worked in the pits, a...
Housekeeper. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Housekeeper. — * — (MEJCONTRi-CriON IN CASTINGS.— MJfc? Castings shrink in cooling, and allowance is m'&de for this having the patters larger than the required casting. The uqpal allow ance for cpntraction is one-tenth of an inch per foot for iron, audi --ne eighth of i an inch per foot foXorass in every direction. / Polishing Ebony. — Ebojyr in the fiat is first sawn with a fine circular saw into slabs or veneers, further, shaping being done with a fret. saw. The finishing is by rasping and filing. Polishing is begun with a sharp knife, or a proper scraping in one directions, the process being com pleted by dollying off. on a. felt, dolly driven by power, the dolly baiBg . kept moistened with linseed, oil. . When the polishing is done in a lathe, after shaping with gouges is finished, a hapdful of the turnings is held against the revolving work to brighten, then a piece of blanket ing moistened with lineeedvoil gives the desired polish. To Clean Cretone Chair Covers.— If th...
Australian Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Australian Wool.. For the 1901-2 season wool grown and purchased in 'Australia was distributed! over the world as follows: — England: 293,5(0 bales, The Continent 519,000, America 37,600, Japan and India 5,200, Australian manufacturers, scourers, and speculators 88,700-, making a total pro duction of 9-19,000 bales, an increase' on last year's production of 290,000;
Sketcher. MELANCHOLIA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Sketcher. MELANCHOLIA. KINDER the heading of a purely ™e]b psychical character several cases SgK are jgiven from Dr. Mason's practice. We select, the first, a Mrs. C , foriy-ofie years of age, who was so afllictel with melancholia that she could not _ walk even a short distance without .failure of strength, nor read ten lines without having to give up, nor visit, go to church, or, in fast, attend to her domestic and social duties. Doctors certified Bhe had no organic disease, and a specialist passed her on to our author, whose account we shall now quote in order to give our readers an idea of the procedure adopted by the hypynotist : — ' I was able to secure a quiet subjective condition between sleeping and waking, but without loss of consciousness. She heaTd the suggestions in an imperfect, indifferent way, as if at a great distance. Suggestions were as follows : — You have no organic disease; there is no reason why yon should not be a perfectly well woman. You will become perfectl...
Fire at Oak Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Fife at Oak Farm. j A fire occurred at the residence of Mr. J. J. Ginty on Monday last which re sulted in the destruction of a stable and j a quantity of hay which w&s stored in | the loft. How the fire originated is not known. Fortunately just prior to the occurrence several horses were taken 1 from the stable, otherwise further dam age might have eventuated. At the' time JVlr. uinty was confined to 111s nea, suffering froni the effects of his horso having fallen with him during the heavy dust storm the previous week. Though: Confined to his bed Mr-. Ginty, it ii stated, received no serious injury.
Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Humour. . What are the three beat ways of com munication ?— The telegraph, the tele phone, and tell a woman. ' Is that baby strong P' ' Well, I should say so. . He raised the whole family out of bed at three o'clbck this morning, and scientists say that that's the hour when everybody's strength is at its Ipwest point.' Maud : ' I have just received an offer of marriage, which camb by . post this - morning. He eaid that his love for me was very great, but that his incoine was small.' *' Marie: 'What a pity 5 Who was it from P' Maud: 'I really, did hot notice; that was enough.' Agent : * This is the b$st protection iu the world. The burglar no sooner enters the house than it gives you the alarm.' Mr Harris : ' Haven't you one that will alarm the burglar P' Johnny very much objected to having his neck washed, and one night he very much amused nurse by exclaiming : . , ' Oh, nurse, I'm glad, I'm. not a giraife. If I was, I'm aure I'd run away before bathtime came !' 'Ngjl: . 'Oh dear I ...
HORT STORY THE ENCUMBRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
[?] ; -JfjFw'; THE ENCUMBRANCE Th4 fins autumn afternoon was drawing to a cJoEe, and the first grey shades of the approaching evening had settled on tbe little seaside town of Reddlesea. Aloftg the lonely front, -walking with a elightpmp, yet holding himself perfectly erect, l paced the Major. He was a man well advanced in yearr, with a tbin re fined looking face, his hair white and close propped. His clothes were old fashioned in style, yet had evidently been kept with scrupulous care; the tight buttooad frock coat fitted bis trim sparse figure perfectly, and was spotless. A coastguardsman, passing, touched his cap respectfully. Every one in R iddlesea knew the Major and his history. It was fifteen years ago when Godfrey Everard, ha^nc.*-een invalided out of the service ~ s-On account of a leg wound receive i in ?' some hill fighting in India, had come amongst them, bringing with him his little daughter, an only child. ^A major's retired pay is not large, and with no private money ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
woxice i WILL BE COMMENCED IN THIS JOURNAL AT AN EARLY DATE A FASCINATING SERIAL STORY By WALTER WOOD, Author of * A Captain in the FuBiliers' and other novels of popular repute. IN THIS. SIOBY, Bythe9.I5E)cpress, Mr Wood reaches a high point of excel lence in mystery weaving. Clue after clue suggests itself without unravelling the plot, until, in the end the bewilder ment is naturally and simply accounted fer. lg^* This Story haB not hitherto been published in - Australasia. We have' secured the copyright, find are able to assure our readers of a capital sample of IIiGii'CiiAss Fiction.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Laoe Yellow Through Age. — By. steep ing this for several hours in hot mite you can get it back to its proper colour. Remember that old lace should not be white ; a certain creamy tint that conies with old age is ereatly admired. Valu able lace should not be ironed while wet. Pin it on a board covered with two thicknesses of flannel, being careful, to pull oht all the points; leave till dry, thentake out the pinB, and press with (a uiuuomimj aai iron to raise me pattern. To Thread a . Needle.— If you find this difficult, try liolding it in front a piepe of white paper. This shows up the fye and makes tilings considerably easier, Valuable China. — An excellent -plan is to fill valuable china vases with «4ean, dty sand. if . this is done they are' not nearly sa likely to ba tfrerfcuraed and broken when dusting is in progrees.
Homebush Cattle Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902
Korctcbush Cattle Sales, At last sales a ffnod supply of c-ittle were'forward avenge prices being ? J.j. Smith. Cowra, 1 5 bjillocks. aroragn £12 5s Cd; T. E;'t;:natn'cV, Cnr&mr. 13 bu'- ; [lOCK-s, arc-Msre £}9 10s 2d; J. J. Smith, Ciiwi-a, 3 bullocks, average £9 6s ? T.' Fitepatrick, C:!!-coar, 1 1 bullocks, a'vev age £ t 10s t (1 ' same, 8 cows, averao-e £7 4s. Bulls averaged £4 Ss 5d, calves about 12s.