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

r — ?— — ? The Russley Stud, Barrengarry, N.S.W. =====::==::::^ (15 Miles from N0W({A, and 20 from tyOSS VALE), Have on hand fOR SAIE at all times, PURE-BRED, HIGH-CLASS AYRSHIRE and SH0RTH0RN (Milking Strain) — ^s^BULLS and HEIFERS. THE RUSSLEY STUD for llic Li.-t tlnvr vi-:iv.~ liiis iio.'ii noted lur (lie uumbcr ol IVizi'.s \v)iir)i its Ayrshire Shorthorn Cuttle hnvu tiikuii al Uio liojiil A^rii ultnml Sliow^ in Kyilnei1. as wcll'ii.-; ;il iln- 1 J i fT. -ji-n t lJhiwarni mul other Agricultural Shows in New South Wales. The Cows are of (lie hi^la-sl class, special al temioii in pun'm.L; the studs together having been paid, not, only to type, eolour, and shape, hut to the size of the teats of the Ayrshire, am) to the milking (]iialities or liotli Ihe Ayrshire and Nhorlhorn Cows. Full Particulars from . . . Nono bui thc Bcsi of Bul,s aro antt Used Pm H* MORTON, 9 Castlereagh Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The 1902 Exhibition. OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Tl^e 1902 Exhibition OPENING CEREMONY. The Boyal Agricultural Society's 1902 Ex- I liibition was oflicially opened on Thursd ay, the 27th March, at 3.30 p m , by the Lieu'en ? ant-Governor, Sir Frederick Darley. Owing fo tlie ruin the attendance was not as large as Lord Hopetoun, Governor-General of the Commonwealth. Patron of R.A, Society. usual oil opening day, but a number ol pro minent pastoralists and commercial men were present. Mr. John See (State Premier and President of the Society) read an address of welcome to Sir Frederick congratulating him on his recovery from his recent illness, Vnd.tlianking him for the interest he had shown in the Society by venturing out under such trying circumstances and for honoring the Society with his presence at the opening. He was pleased to say the entries this year, notwithstanding the severity of the drought, were more numerous than at any previous display controlled by the Society, and the quality of the exhibits, except in a few in stan...

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

a* TO READERS. j* In presenting you with this Illustrated Record I of the recent H. A. Show, we trust that it will earn your appreciation, nnd that our enterprise will lie duly recognised. ' * TO ADVERTISERS. j» Jn&W It is the advertiser's axiom, that an enterprising !k JpSSH f journal is the best one to advertise in. We arc W in direct touch with the people, and, as you see, cater for the special requirements of this district. (jRjp 3ydn$ $1JMar(lyto 5^ April KjWL CONTENTS s Page The Opening Ceremony ? 1 The R. A. Society- Some History ? 2-3 The Show ... ... ... ... 4-8 The Teachings of the Show ... ... 9-1 1 Wool Industry ... ... ... ... ... 12 Complimentary Benefit to Mr. Webster ... 13 District Societies Competition ? 1417 Plan of Show Grounds... ... ... ... 18 Page Horse Section ... ... ... ... 19-21 The Jumping Contests... ... ? 22 The- Ring Events ... ... ... ... 23 Cattle Section ... ... ... ... 24-28 Pig Section ? ... ... ... 29 Farm and Dairy Produce ... ... 30-31 ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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VACCINATION—WHAT IT MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

VACCINATION— WHIT IT MEANS. ^ Tho microbes of soma diseases are capable of infecting' more than one species of animtl, and und-?r differing conditions there is difference in the virulence of their toxins, or characteristic poisons. Ribies, very deadly in doe's, is still more quickly fatal if pissed through a series ot rabbits, while tho reverse is the recult of passing it through a series of moil key e. A hundred years ago, in England, smal'-jox prevailed among uuuiau uciugOj vjn atuuug vatviej nuu horse-pox among horses. Jenner thought that cow-pox was a very mild variety of small-pox, nnd repeated experiments have amply confirmed bis view. Dr. Reid holds that vaccinia is small-pox bo much at tenuated that it does not spread through the atmosphere, while its microbes remain localised at the place of introduction into the human body. Their weakened toxins, however, enter the system and produce ?general immunity. But, just as mild attacks of a disease give leBB' complete and lasting ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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DEFECTIVE EYES AND TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

DEFECTIVE EYES AND TEETH. ' According to - dentists, the teeth of civiliesd peoples are atill steadily decay 1 ing, a result said to be dne to the in creased demand on the nerves and to the M lessening work of mastication put on the jaws. Similarly the eyes are said to be degenerating, a result attributed to too much reading, to railway trains, and to the dnst of cities. In this connection tne nigniy giazea paper used Dy illus trated books is condemned by a recent 1 writer. If the use of the highly pressed and metallically p&lished papers, which since the invention of half-tone llluatra trations have become fashionable in illustrated magazines, is carried much farther— the danger is very real and serious — the eyes of the rising generation will fail them long before their time.' At least, so forecasts the scientist from whom we quote1

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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BULGARIAN BUGS AND PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

BULGARIAN RUGS AND PLAGUE. The sight -of Bulgarians and Ar menians hawking oriental rugs is becom ing somewhat common. That such nus are a possible source of extreme danger is Bhown by the case of 10 young ladies in a continental city. They were thought at first to have contracted measles, but after a careful diagnosis of the cases, it ia koM fhat *1,0 /Jicaaca mn-a lito bubonic plague. This illness apparently followed the handling by the young' ladieB of oriental rugs, wMch had been brought over by two Bulgarians, whose only means of living is by the sale of old rugs, which they claim were made in Asia 100 years ago. The men say the rugs are not all from Bulgaria; that some were made and used there by the peasants, and that others came from the Orient.

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

METHYLATED SPIRIT. The poisonous effects of methylated spirit are not limited to those which fol low the drinking of it. Noxious effects also follow when it is inhaled. Workers in 'Colombian spirits' and varnishes may be exposed to danger by continued inhalation of the fumes of methyl alcohol wMch enters largely into their composition. The modus operandi of the poison is supposed to be as follows : The methyl alcohol circulating in the blood acts' upon the optic nerves, producing dimness or Iobb of sight, paralysis of the pupils, and the degeneration of the optic nerves. , The symptoms of blindness are tempercry and sight is restored wholly or in part according to the degree of dsmage sustained by the optic nerves. Tne lesson to be drawn from this is that workers in varnishes and other substances containing methyl alcohol should take care not to inhale the fumes.

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

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The R.A. Society—Some History. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

The R.A. Society — Some History. A Foreword. The Annual Show of (lie Royal Agricultural Society — Unit great event of tlie industrial lite of our State — lias again eventuated, and (he success which was so confidently predicted for i( has been more than realised. H il be true of men that ihoy may rise on stepping stones ot their dead solves to higher things, as the late laureate so poetically puts it, the steady progression in every department of success that the great function of the Agricultural Society has made from year to year, for the last couple of decades, seems . also lo point to the fact that shows, and VIEW 01' THE PA11ARE RING. fetes, ^and .carnivals— for of .the. nature of all three does 'this' .gr&it event partake— ean do the 'fctli'ie. Ves, tliey can.: but his tory and pe'rsiMiaT cxj)i?rieiic'e, alike, conibiiie to keep iis alive to the fact that they are v-^'%r-jjjwtrr. always ~ arriving at' their pussiiiitities jii't!iatxdireetion. ' Th-) Reason oESuqcgss. A...

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

AYRSHIRE*. Judges: Messrs. Chas. Lynott, G. \j. Wilson, and Andrew Buchanan. Bull, four years old and over : P. if, Morton's Russley. 1 and e.; John Grant's*. Ailsa Craig, 2; John Grant's Baron of Ayr, h.e. Bull, three years old and under foui years: Charles Lainond's Melbourne. I. Bull, two years old and under three years : Charles Latnond's Probcrty of Oakbank, 1 and res. ehampion.; John Grant's Oreti, *2. Bull, one year old and under two years : Dr. John J lay's Kscnpc, 3 ; W. M'Nnb and Brothers, 2 nnd h.e. Bull ealf, under P2 months: P. IL Mor ton's Whitethorn. 1 : P. 13. Morton's Royal Rose, '2; W. M'Nab and Brothers* ? , h.e. Cow, four years old and over, in milk : Dr. John Hay, 1 and e.; P. H. Morton's Ailsic of Russley, 2 and r.c. Cow, four years old and over, in ealf, dry : P. JL Morton's Edith Y., I ; John Grant's Pride of Waitati, *2 ; P. JL Morton's Pride, b.e. Cow, three years old and under lnur years: Charles 1«amond's tjuccti. 1' P. H. Morion's Nelo, '2. Jleifer or eo...

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RED POLLED CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

IvKD POLLED CATTLE. Judges: Messrs. P. A. l^amb and C. R Bayly. Red bull, three years old and over : lMiilip Charley's Primate, 1 and c. Red bull, one year old and under two years : Philip Charley's Guardian, 1 : Philip Charley's Defender, *2. Red eow, three years old and over : Philip Charley's Portia, 1 and ehampion ; Philip Charley's Cherry Bloom, *2. Heiler or eow, two years old and under three years: Philip Charley's Cherry, 1. M. J. O'Gonnan's ' CJareboy IJ3L' Bull Calf. First. Prize.

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A National Event. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

A National Event. As show follows show the national' char acter of the R.A. Society's Exhibition becomes ] more and more apparent. Visitore from ' her States were more numerous than ever] before, and the number ol exhibits from out side New South Wales was in excess of any previous year, and this, too, notwithstanding i the scare of plague. It is the aim of the Council to make their show in reality what it is now called — i.e., ft Commonwealth Show, and in this they are ' worthily backed up bj* their far-seeing secre tary. Mr Webster has been able to arrange for us, in the face of terribly adverse circum stances, an exhibition of a truly national character, and one which has been acknow ledged by all as surpassing all past years. The grounds now have assumed quite the appearance of a township, and the substan tial nature of the new buildings give it a gratifying air of stability. The wine kiosk, the post office, the grand bar- all brick build ings-add very considerably to the genera...

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

DAIRY CATTLE. Judges: Messrs Charles L.vnoll, -!. L. Wilson, and Andrew Buchanan. Bull, lour years old and over : J'. 11. Morion's Russley. 1 and champion ; John (Jrant's Ailsa Craig, 2 ; John Grant's Baron of Ayr, b.e. ^Bull, two years old ;md under three, years : Charles Luwond'.s lYoherty of Oakbank, J and reserve champion ; John Grant's Oreti, 2. Hull, three years M a vi« I under lour years: Charles Lainond's Melbourne, I. Bull, out', year old and under (wo years: Dr. John Uav's Eseapc. 1 : \\ . M'Nab and Bros., ti ; W. M'Nab and liro.s., h.e. W. W. Cork's ' Sir William,' i- years. Dairy Bull. First and Special Prizes. Bull calf. under 1*2 months: I'. 11. Mor ion's Whitethorn, 1 ; J'. H. Morton's Boyal Kose, 2 ; W. M 'Nil b and Bios., h.e.; j)j\ John Hay's Sir Robert, e. Cow, four years old ami oyer, in milk : Dr. John Hay's Lush ol Oakbank, 1 ? V. H. Morion's Ailsic* of Russley, 2 ami r.c. (.'dw, four years oh! and over, in ealf, dry : J*. H. Morton's Kdith V., 1 ; John (?rant'...

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DAIRY CATTLE OTHER THAN PURE BRED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

DA I RY CATTLE OTJJ JSR TH AN PUR IS BRED. Judges: Messrs. Douglas J-lutchinson, W. J). Warden, and W. Woodinason. Bull, four years old and over : w.w. (fork's Sir William, 1 and res. champion ; Fred. Moore's Cronje, 2. Bull , three years old and under four years; A. Wedlock's Victor, ] ; M. Rush's; Islands King, 2. Bull, two years old and tinder three years : James Brothers' Lovely's Knight, 1 1 and champion ; 15. O'Keefe's Hero 11., 'J. Bull, one year old and under two years: Charles Lainond's Ruben 11., 1 ; P. H. , Morton's Rubens, 2. Bull calf, six months old and under 12 1 months: M. J. O'Gonnan's ? , 1 ; Dr. | John Hay's Monday's l'rinee. 2. Cow, four years old and over, in mill; : A. C. Lainond's Beauty, 1, champion, and Vales' special prize ; F. James' Daisy, '2 and h.e. Heifer or Cow. two vnirs nil I ;i i 1 under three years, ill calf : A. C. Lamond's Dairv inaid, 1 ; Charles Lainond's Bridesmaid, '2. Heifer or Cow, one. year obi and under two years : F. James' Dairymaid, 1...

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PENS OF DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

PENS OF, DAIRY CATTLE. J'en three head of dairy rows in milk l\ H. Morion's Pjnk Purple. Myrtle, and Alice, 1 ; l\ A. Mae.kerr/.icV ? 2. i'en t hive head dairy rows, thy and in oail : I'. II. Morton's I ; I'*. A. Macke.ir/.ie, 2. iVn Ihree lit 'ad dairy boilers, under three years, in ealf : I1'. A. Mackenzie, I. Breeder's Champion Priite : F. A. Mac kcn/.ic. I. Pen three heifer-. under two years : Dr. John Day's 1 ; F. Fdie James1 Beauty and Hose, 2.

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

ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES fear not Competition, Besting on tbe superb pinnacle of (heir Mar vellous Lowness, they hardly note llii' puny efforts of would-be rivals, ami Firm in their own security and in Public Favour, laugh at those would be rivals' folly and pain. ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES cannot be beaten, or to put it in il a less urainmalical though more forcible way, ' Can't be Beat.' They have, so I' speul;, 'Nailed their Colours to the Mast,' and they'll carry the lln^ Victoriously through Every Fight. ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES warm the cockles of many a heart, and promote the merry jingle of Saved Money in many a pocket. First of all, lliey are Fortune Promoters; secondly, they are Joy Engcnderers. They mal;c the Soul Glad, increase the Bank Balance, and render Old-age Pensions wholly Unnecessary. ANTHONYHORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES are for Spenders of Pennies as well as for Spenders of bounds. The poor hug them to their hearts ; tliey make Small...

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

EAST FRIESLANDS. Specijal prizos : IWljrt', Lohmanji. and Co.'s Fritz, J ; Wob-vr, Lohmaun; ; and Co.'s Ardo, 2.

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

HOLSTEINS.-FJDKSLANDS. Bull, four years old ami over: .James Angus and Sons' Milkboy, blaek and while, live years live months, J. Bull, three years old and under four years : Kales Brothers' Commonwealth, black and white, three years nine months. I ; Weber. Lohmann, and Co/s Fritz. 2;' A. C. J)oujrlas? J^amoiHl, h.e. Bull, one year old and under tw-i years : Weber, Jjohmann, and Oo.'s Astus, 1 and ehampion ; F. Prituhard's Young Wilhelm of Numba, 2. Bull, under 12 months ? Dr. John llay's Berry, 1 ; Fales Jiros.' Cheesman, 2 : Kales Bros.' Butterman, h.e. Cow, lour years old and over: Dr. John Hay's Lunter (imp.), I and champion: Kales ]Jr-ts,' Day Dream, 2. Cow, three years old and under lour , years : R J'rit-churds' Dainty of Nnmba, 1 ; Dr. John Hay's Duehess, 2. Heifer or Cow, two years old and under three years : K. Pritehard's Nolly limp.), 1 ; Weber, Lohmann, and Co.'s Maltha Star, 2. Heifer or Cow, one year old and under two years : Dr. John JJay's Luuter 31., 1 ; Dr. John l...

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QUANTITY OR QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Quantity or Quality. Reference has been made higher up to the increased size of tho displays in this Show. ? and it would seem that sonic limitation should be placed on every section as regard* quantity, otherwise some abuses might creep in. It was apparently the intention of the Show authorities to nlacc oualit\ of the article shown before qunatity in tin allocation of points, but with (hs few ex ceptions of chaff, cereals, foddcr( and hay. ensilage, and roots, no limit is placed 01. tho quantity that may bo sent in of othei articles mentioned in tho schedule. In any event, when it comes to judging wool, minerals, woods, building stono and materials, and manufactures, many expert judges of farm produce would be largely guided by quantity in awarding points, and hence a slight alteration is needed in tho system of judging at present in vogue. It would be acceptable to those gentlemen acting as judges in this competition, for their labours must have been heavy and continuous, and the...

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THE ABSENCE OF CAPITAL CLAIMANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

The Absence of Capital Claimants. ] Tho drought probably had a lot to answer for in limiting the number of exhibits to four, and perhaps it was just as well, for the available space was all taken up, and more could have been utilized with ease. The same want of room for display was com mented upon last year, and had the season been an average one, it is difficult to say wliere other trophies would have obtained sufficient smce to be effsctivelv stacod. It was thought by many people that those districts aspiring for the honor of having the Federal Capital situate within their borders, would have made an extra special effort to give practical display of their resources. Instance Tumut, Ynss, Orange, I Bathurst, and Armidale, and some dis- j appointment was expressed at their ab- | scenco from tho Show. But, apart from j Federal Capital designs, and allowing for I the baleful influences of tho bad season, | there must bo some other reason for the non-incroaso of competition n this sect...

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