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FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

j I'M JIT. Judges ; Messrs. W. I'ope, Sidney Howard- 1 and K. Wliilnker. ! Quinces. best, two dozen : J. Cunninehani, ; 1 ; J). Wilson, 2. ! l'crsinunons, best two iliixcn ? W. 11. ('. M'Jntosh, 1 ; J.J. Harnett,, 2. Collection ol IVrsinunons, nol less than six nanieil vnritics : J. J. Burnet, 1 ; 1). aud S. Fagan, 2. Japanese I'luins, best two do/.cn : J). Wilson, 1. Grapes, best bliick, other than inuseat : M XT ? 1 . 1/ 1,' 11.. ? ? ? Grapes, best white, other than inuseat,: M. Nancarrow, 1 ; H. Kin^, 2. Grapes, best Black Muscat : M. Nan carrow, I ; H. King, 2. Grapes, best White Muscat,: M. Nan carrow, 1 : II. Kill};, 2. Grapes, best red: M. Nancarrow, 1 : F. H. Murker, 2. Special prize lor I jest collection ol grapes, not less tliiiii ton varieties: H. King, i ; l-\ Ji. Barker, 2. Special prize for best collection ol suninier fruits : W. nud S. Kagan, 1 ; S. 10. Allen, 2. Kruits n-»t speciiied : W. and S. l'agan (pomegranates), 1 ; ti. K. Allen (pome granates), 2.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

FOODS. .1 Hilars: Messrs. John Mnrlure. 1). M'Cnrqundiilo, James Grander unci ]-\ B. Guthrie. Wheale.ii (lour : YnuiiR Co-oporativc Company, Limited. ] ; A. K. Gros t , mir nnd Co.. 2. Wheaten flour, second qualily- A. K. Grosvonor and Co., 1 : A. E. Gro* vi'iior nnd Co., 2. t *..i iitii.il not. less than 9filb. .lames liwl's :nid Co.s M'Qiieon's flaked white ? mPs. I. .\lnizena, not less than !281b. : John Wilde and Co., 1. Digestive meal : A. 15. Grosvenor :ui. I Co., 1 ; A. E. Grosvonor and Co., ?J : A. E. Grosvenor and Co.. v.li.c. Wheat meal: lames Inglis and Co.'s (.i.uiuina. 1; James Inplis and Co.'s I'. i, lull. 1 : The Natural Food Manu l.iri uring Company's M 'Queen's Golden Koiis. 1. Confectionery, a collection of no( li -s (ha.il 1411). : L. Giraud, 1. Kivsh fish, preserved: J. Sutton, li.,inir:iltlo mention. Condiments, best collection, not no- I m -siirilv to exceed three kinds, ninmi- , I.h mi is only: Cooper and Sons, 1. j ( .iniliiiieiits, best collection, not lie- ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Corticelli Spool Silk and Wash Embroidery. Silk Received Gold Medal. Highest Award of Merit. Paris Exposition, 1900. Kvcry Lady ill the Land should subscribe to Corticelli % Home Needlework Edited by the Leading Authorities in Amcrica. 120 Jllusl, nitccl I'agcs (s Colored Plates ) The best book published 011 the subjects. Subscription: 2/- per year, post paid to ii ny address in Austr.a'nsin Send Stamps or Postal Note to Corticelli Silk Co. ... LIMITED... 70 THE STRAND, SYDNEY. j j. 'r

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Clothing and Objects of Personal Wear. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Clothing and Objects of Personal Wear. It is almost a pity that the R.A. Society does not give greater promi nence and more inducements to exhibits under these sections. Per haps no part of the Show is so carefully inspected and the pros and-cous of exhibits weighed with such interest, Madiime Papprill's ' orset Exhibit, than those which appeal to the require ments of women. As the society now is rapidly developing in industrial pro ducts, it is only fair to women, who represent half our population, that sections Lo cover their particular manu factures or needs should be large!)' augmented and better assisted with prize money. Some particularly good work, of lo ~ 'I manufacture, of course, was shown under these classes. Tlie MarrickvilU Tweeds carried off a number of prizes for blankets, flannels, woollen fabrics, -S:c. The Madame Papprill Corset | Company gained a first and a special I prize for their exhibit, which was, as j was only to be expected, the scene day j after day of an...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Awards. CLOTHING FABRICS AND OTHER OBJECTS OF PERSONAL WEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

The Awards. CUmiiNt; FABRICS AND OTIIKIi 1 OUJUCJ'S OF I'KHSUNA), WEAK. Carded Wool and Worsted Yarns. — j J. ami \Y. Vicars, 1. Wollen Tweeds and Clot lis. imported ami colonial. — d. ami NY. Vicars, 1. | Blankets, imported and colonial. — J. and i W. Vicars, J. | Flannels, imported and colonial. — J. ac I NY. Vicars, 1. j Other' Woollen Fabrics;, colonial. — J- j and \\\ Vicars, J. Other Woollen |Fabries. imported. — J. and W. Vicars. * j Clothing for Men and Hoys, colonial i and imported. — .Stevens and Williams, 1. CLOTHlNti FOK LAD1KS AND iUlUJi. .Judges: Mrs. J-\ Webster, Mrs. W. JL Tindall, and Mrs. O. M. Webster. Colonial and imported goods: Stevens and Williams, 1. Corsets. — Madame Tapprill CorsitfcCo, First and special. Clothing for Ladies and Girls.— Stevens and Williams, J ; Mrs, Tibbs, '2. Mtribroiclery.— M. 0. tilync, I ; M. ^-L tilync, e. ; and Miss Pansy Malcolm, c. Tatting. — Miss O. (). Miller, o. Crochet. — Mrs. Mortimer, 1 ; Ktliel Wal ton, 2. Knitting.— Miss M....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Madame Papprill Corset Company's Display. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

The Madame Papprill Corset j Company's Display. j An o hibit of parlieular micros', lo Indies1 at the show was ihat ot' the Madame I'apprill | Corset Company, which occupied a good posi- i lion in the main pavilion. The display cm- 1 braced numerous articles belonging to the i corset- maker's arl and ranged from niinia- ( lure samples of this article of feminine | annarel to the ordinarv size. fashionable. ! hygienic, straight-fronted corsets, made in ? keeping with tlie latest ideas, and in hand- j some and serviceable materials. It was a | display Ihat needed to he seen to be fully I appive'ated, for though a good picture of the ; exhibit is given in this issue, the effect of the i pretty colours and design of the silk brocaded ' aaticles are lost therein. j The Madame I'apprill Cors t Company j make c vsels to any of these factory mode sin accordance with measurements supplied by custom rs on one of their specially-devised. ! self-measurement order forms* The various ; styles, in...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

General Matters. That good mare Winoline annexed the j Albury Cup on Wednesday under the heavy burden of 9st. 6lb. James Burrowes alias 'Leo the rope walker,*' was on 12th inst killed by a fall from an elevation of 30ft. An extensive fire oecurred atPyremont on Saturday. The damage is stated to run into an immence sum. The members of tho Public Works Committeo are now at Inverell fin a visit of inspection and inquiry into alter native railway routes from Glen Innes to Tuverell and from Tenterfield to Casino. They will probably be absent for some days from Sydney. The Commissions estimate the cost of tho Cassilis railway at £51fi,710. the annual cost at £33,538 aud the annual revenue at £10,165. There are at present about 150 bush men in Sydney anxious to join some South African irregulnr corps and Lord Kitchener has boon requested to accept some of them. We would specially draw the attention of our readers to the altera tion of- Waugh and Josephsons advt. in this issue. The machines...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Our Open Column. "FAIR PLAY TO CANOWINDRA." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Our Qpsn Column. 'FAIR PLAY TO CANOWINDBA.' (To the Editor.) Sin, — -I crave a small space in your valuable paper to point out what I thiuk is very unfair treatment to our town in the matter of calling tenders for the new Boman Catholic Church, and would ask why the ' powers that bo' should prefer be call tenders in other towns mid not in rt ? T ,.,ncnnm flir, ? hnlk VilliUniUUlU, I1UIC -U |M V7-7U.1*t-.. - - of the moiioy will be collected) and ihus not giveflbcal men a ehanoe? I consider it would be -to the benefit of all business people to .bring those wishing to tender to our town. rataer man seim hk' also it would be giving those a chance who would spend /t,lie money here ; but evidently those who had tho matter in hand think differently, and perhaps think it will be an inducement to all -o contri bute more liberally iti the future. In conclusion, I may state I ask no favour, but think we local men are entitled to fair play, at least from our own towns people.— I am, Yours, etc...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Local Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Local Scraps. We announced some time back that the Debating Club had gone into ' re cess.' We should have said it had descended iuto an 'abyss.' The Gun Club is at present patiently awaiting the. increase of pigeons. In many cases the Warograph Com pany who intend showiug here on the OO-I. ? 5 H5..J ' ,1. „„4- J ? l:.. „ i_ I — A.UU. ami xui Vi uy uui livumu iai give a benefit for any local institution.. A third night is always left vacant for this purpose if required. It might not. be amiss to mention that ?for some considerable time an effort has been afoot to raise funds to increase the accommodation of the 'School of ..Arts.' j Nufsaid: Our accounts are in circubiti in, Tho^e of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions iu advance are re quested to do so, otherwise as each quar ter falls due they will be placed at ' booked ' ratos. During the last four we«ks the circu „t ii.„ o/.... ? i n ? ? ? i ? - .. LLiv.ii vi mi; utui iiuu :ici nas in creased by over 100 copies....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Gazette Notices. REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Gazette Notices. Revocation ok TEitroKAny Beseiives, The foslowing will bo sold after the | expiration of sixty days after date. — Land District of Moloxo. No. 530 for water supply, notified 6th November, IS74, County of Ashburn harn, parish of Manildra, area about 37 acres. ' The Crown Lands witbiu the following boundaries; — Commencing On the left bank of Manildra Creek, at the 1 . tUn.-r.na a line partly forming tho east boundary of that portion and portion and portions 124 aud 143 north to the south boundary of portion 17; thenee bj part of thatj boundaay of that portion east to a point north of the north west corner of portion 1 95 ; t.hencA liv n lino linrtlv forming- the j west boundary of -that portion and the boundary of portion 13 south to the left bank of Manildra Creek aforesaid; and thence by that creek upwards, to the point of commencement, — shown on plan catalogued A. 0,158-3,770.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Lazern-Salmen Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Lazern-Sslmon ^Rteftainsrs^ From all quarters of the 'State CoYne most favorable reports of the perform1 ances o£ the above company who are. billed to appear in Canowindra on Tu.es' dav and Weanesda.^ 22nd and 23rd inst. The following clippings show the raauner in which their efforts have been appre ciated in the larger towns. 'The above company made tlieir first appearance in the Australian Hall last evening before a large audience. The first p.trt consisted of conjuring and illusion by that King of Magicians, Emile Lazern, and needless to say-, he held his audience spellbound for upwards of an hour. His tricks are 6imply marvellous, his manipulation of cirds, coins, watches, handkerchiefs, find Bowers hdvo never been equalled in Orange, and must be I seen to be believed, and then you can't I believe them. '? t he sesond nart opened, wit n a society sketch en I itl-ed the first and third from | the Gay Purisenne, which showed these1 artists oil to their true merit as perform ers. M...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Football. ADJOURNED INAUGURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Foatbail. Anjour.NHD Inaugural Meetiso. The aliove took jtloce at Mrs. Dennis's Hotel on Saturday night last, whoa there was again a very good actendance, seve ral new members being present. . M-. J. Rue having been voted to the chair; the minutes of last meeting '*er confirmed. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. O 1 *h' motion -f M-. C. .T. Dawes,, seconded by Afr. J. B. Ne win nil, Mr. A. i J. Atkinson be ch'cted President of the. Club. Proposed by Mr, A. Hurkett, seconded bv Mr. C. Ruo a id carried, ' That Mr. ,f t -ir:..i,i„...i i,o W. li. Al.vnng aim ft'.r. u. li-imutuii uc elected Viee-jjresidents.' Proposed by Mr. .T. T. Nowland and seconded bv Mr. Sam Simon, ' That Messrs. Hurkett, J. T. Bue, aud 0. J. Da wps bo elected selection committee.' Carried. Proposed by Mr. J- B. Newland, seconded by Mr. D. Riddle and carried, ' That Messrs. V. Kue, Jj. JJ.van, j. i-- Nowland, A*. White, and J. Leader be the general committee.' Business other than election of officers was. . Mr. White moved, sec...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Cargo. (From our Correspondent.) There is .a split in tho camp at 0 irgo The trouble has been brought about thusly. ' As everyone knows, the village of Cargo is provided with a reser voir, situated at the high end of the town, from which by using tlie gravi tation principle the township is supplied with water, there being situated on tho lower level a fountain from which the , residents may secure their' sunnlv. This reservoir is vested in trustees, and, it is hardly necessary to mention that — hut the denouement is not yet. Several appli cations a short time back were received by the trustees from residents past whose residences the water main had been latcu iu .mow luuin ui mp uit; pipa uuu lav the water on to tluir premises. These applications were indignantly refused. It is taken for granted, of course, that the trustees saw good reason for doing, so, — possibly from a fear that too much water would be used. Later comes an appli- j cation from James Rhodes Wonall, Esq., j to be ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

OuUuary. We sincerely regret to record the sudden death from heart failure of Mr. Jos. Goodacre, Sou., of Neville which took placs on Friday week last. Mr. Gooaacre, who was 70 years of age at the time of hi? demise was born in Lane i shire, (Eng). and arrived in this colony some time in the '60s, taking up hi^ . . i .-.i. 7} r, 1 1-,*, P, \ cz* rtimost im mediately after his arrival. After spend ing some years at Mr. Botten's Black down estate he took up the industry of mining at Trnuky, which, ho continued with varied success for 6Oiri0 year-;. upon leaving iruuiij jio '|i mc residence at Neville where he continued J to reside to the time of his death, folio v- i ing the occujiation of a farmer. He leaves a family of. nine sons {Messrs^ Alex. Goodacve, Woodstock ; C. Good- ! acre, Trunky ; T. Goodacre, Woodstock ; Jas. Goodacre, Canowindra;. Jos. Go ) i acro, Canowindra ; Jno. Goodacre, Cano windra; All:iu Goodacre, Wal'i - Goodacve, Neville; Walter Goodacre. Neville), and three d...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Orange Show [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Grange Show The annual show 111 connection with the Orange A. & P. Association was commenced on Wednesday last. Weather conditions were favorable and the ex hibits were', numerous and of good qual ity. In speaking of 'he trotting exhibits A3 ? t . „„„ me ' CiUi// ,'1U1 vituc nuwtcu uui friend Don Cleve thus, 'The trotters were more remarkable for quality than quan tity, and wo we glad to see Dou Cleve at the head of the stallions.' The following were some of the prize-takers kuowu in this district. Pony stallion, E. Owen's ' Lord Boberts.' Trotting stallion, to bo tried in harness— J. Swindle's Don Cleve 1, B. Swindle's Tuxedo Junior, 2 ; five entries. Trotting mire, to be tried in harness on the ground — li. Forsyth 1, J. Swindle 2 : three entries.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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A Match. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

A Match. A match for £2 aside was run on Saturday last between Mr. M. Costello's Una and Air. 1). Biddies Prott-nder, a quarter of mile, and result ;.l in a win for the latter by .about a le'i-rHi.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Feeding Dairy Cows for Profit. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Feeding Dairy Cows for Profit. ? Uy A. I'. II. ]ii:\.\i;i-. 1 After perusing the actual performances of the cows competing in tho Milk ami butter Tests sit tho Koyal Show, there will he? hundreds of dairy fanners who will appre ciate information dealing with the application of the modern system of feeding to the whole | dairying industry, and for such progressive men this article is written. of keeping cows — in other words, of running tbe business of dimming for all the prolit that there is in it— the lirst and most important thing to do is to get the right class of cow. The dairy cow is a law unto herself — her breed or individuality fix her quality. While the flow of milk in u good eow can he in creased greatly by correct feeding, the per centage of butter fats in tho milk can only he slightly raised through the medium of food. A. C. Lainond's ' Dairymaid,' 2 years. Dairy _Cow in[Calf, 'First Frize. To hotter illustrate tin; value of breed, the following fable of estimated yields...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

To ©ur Country Patrons. extension ©f premises. | EDWARD HORDERN has acquired the Premises lately owned and occupied - by Mr. Percy Hordern as a Family Draper, and invites Old and New 5 Customers to send to him for Patterns and Price Lists of Drapery, ^ Clothing, Mercery, Hats, Millinery, and all they want from the old and ^ original Firm of 3 ES™ED EDWARD HORDERN'S, -*6-668 George St., \ 1823. x v ' ... SYDNEY. £

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Boiler Makers, Dairy and Refrigerating Engineers. REFRIGERATING MACHINERY FOR ICE MAKING BUTTER FACTORIES, BREWERIES. COOL ST0RACE. ' ? '' ' j I ^ ^ ^ ' a'lfa^l77al ve r t^a [ ^ Horizontal ^ Refrig erat ing Cream Steam Steam Machinery Separators Boilers Boilers. 'ALFA LA VAL,,Crcam c HLTH LHWHl $epara|0r$- Champions of the World Grand Prize, Paris, 1900 The Highest Prize Awarded. 500 FIRST Prizes Awarded WHi.onn ' Au'a Laval' machines in nse, equalling 10 times as many as all other makes combined. A Butter Factory which wants to show a good halan e-sheet must use ' Alpa Laval' ?Separators. j WAUGH & J0SEPHS0N, 342, 344. 24-S SUSSEX STREET, STDNEY. And Dairymen's Exchange, Adelaide Street, Brisbane,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

i* w— ^ r— ir-ir — i ? ? ? i ? n i ? =rr^ i ? if ? ii ? ii ? ir ? ir^ Z_j C= =3K=.; j HB melDtte Cream ! jj Skimmers . . . Separators, j [I mSJ liiisiesl to WdiI;, Clean, and Keep in Order, U Jj andtlieCheapestKepanilovoiit.be P j] *»Fjgf Ei^ht Cows with a Mclotlc produce mere ami belter r j| quality Butter tfian 'i'en Cows without si H/eiotte. Jj Ln ||I Every Melotte Separator is Fully Guaranteed, jj I AGENTS FOR MANUFACTURERS: [J n v- % FRIEND & co- G | : ' 113 York Street, Sydney . jj f Ask your Local Storekeeper for Full Particulars aud l'ricuti. jj &^=i i=r;=3 1=,? e;?=i c=r;=i c;;=i c=^;=i i=;p g;=a e=p=» c;;=3 ;_ 1 t=?ii

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