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What to Drink. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

What to Drinl^. Tea is refreshing, colTee is stimulating, cocoa is both and nourishing withal. The Empire Cocoit Essence, manufactured by an Australian firm, challentes comparison with any brand in the world. It is absolutely pure. It is economical, tbe pound making 250 cups. It is delicious. Wc commend it to the notice of connoisseurs and those wlio want an invigorating and altogether healthful drink.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
District Agricultural Societies' Competition. POPULAR EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

District Agricultural Societies' Competition. Popular Kxiiiwts. This is now the third year that the Country Districts' Competition lias been a special and attractive feature of tiio Royal Show, and the succcss that has attended its in troduction must bo gratifying to tlie origina tors of tho idea. Tho exhibits last year were generally acknowledged to show a distince advance on the previous year. and once again a further advance in size and quality must b# recorded of the displays, ivhich are magnificent advertisements for tho districts represented, and a credit to all concerned in their eoUoctiou and staging. The value of the friendly rivalry between agricultural districts (or rather, electorates, since tho definition of tho word district is given by tho conditions governing tlie coin petition as electoral districts) is great and far-reaching in botli a national and educa tional sense, being' higlily instructive to dwellers aliko in country and city, as well as visitors from other S...

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

TnE Prizes and Conditions. The prizes for this competition arc of the total value of £150, split up into — First prize, £50 ; second prize, £30 ; third prize, 1 £25 ; fourth prize, £20 ; fifth prize, £15 ; sixth prize, £10, £100 of whicli is presented by the State Government ( subject ito the following regulations : — 'Collections may consist of all or any of the following : Farm, dairy, horticultural, and pastoral produce, including 4 sugar, wool, wine, vegetables, roots, etc., domestic and other manufac tures from products raised or grown in tho district, building stone, minerals, *? and woods. The general rules of tlie exhibition will govern this competition of the district societies. All V- exhibits entered for the District Societies' Competition will be con sidered ineligible for competition in tho general^, classes. Exhibitors wishing to to compete in open classes must forward a separate exhibit, and enter such in tho usual manner with the secretary of tho Society. All exhibit...

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

The Competitions. The number of electorates competing this year is tho same as last, but tho com petition, although good, has not been quite so keen, and it is evident that all have not i benefitted in oqual degreo from past ex perience. Tho difference between the win Glen Innes Exhibit- Second Prize ning display and the second is ten points, as compared with seven last year ; and bet tween second and third is eleven points, as compared with two last year ; while be tween third and fourth is only one point, as against 22 points. Tlie higher average quality of the exhibits is proved by tho higher number of points gained on tho average over last year's tronh'cs, being 62 against 06 each.

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

HAMS AND BACON. Hums, five, factory-cured and smoked : ?J. C. Button, Melbourne, 1 ; J. C. Button. Sydney, 2 ; Bodalla. Company, Limited, 3. Bacon, five sides, factory-cured and smoked: J. C. Hutton, Sydney, 1 ; J. ('. Hiitton, Brisbane, 2 ; Bodalla Company. Limited, 3. Lard, six bladders: J. C. Hutton, Mel bourne, 1 ; J. C. Hutton, Brisbane, 2. For best exhibit, five each, bams, sides nf bacon, and bladders of lard : J. M'Lean, 1 : Foley Brothers. Limited, ?- ; Hicks Brothers, 3.

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

The Awards. Ihe electoral districts competing were Great Marlow Progress Association (Grafton district) ; Glen Innes Pastoral and Agri cultural Association ; Mudgoo Agricultural, Pastoral, H. and I. Association ; Grenfell Pastoral A. and H. Society. The extent of the work of judging will be understood when it is stated that fully six and a half hours were occupied fully in doing justieo to tho numerous elements of the several displays The coveted first prize was at length awarded to Grenfell, with '15 points, and six certificates, Glen Innos being placed second, with 65 points and five certificates. Grafton came third with 54 points and three certificates, and Mudgec made a very creditable fourth, only one point behind with 53 aggregate points and five certificates; in fact, tho popular voto was freely given to Mudgee for third place. Tho approxi mate total number of pricoB in each ex hibit was as follows: Grenfell, 1500 Glen Innes, 1400; Mudgee, 1)00; Grafton 1000.

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

FAT STOCK. .Judges : Messrs. K. Playfair, W. H. Austin, and Thos. Brown. Fat ox, Durham, not more than 6 .vears old: JJ. A. Smith, 16c\vt. 2qr., 1 and ch. ; R. T. Keys, 18cwt. (lqr. 121b., 2; E. M. Bowman, 18cwt. 3qr., 3. Fat cow, Durham, not more than G years old : Onirics BaMwini, ]3ewt. 2qr. 141b., 1 and ch. Fat ox, Hereford, not more than G years old: Trustees of Wallsor, 17cwt. lqr. 271b., 1. Fat ox, Devon, not. more than 6 j vears old: Truster's of Walker, ]5cwt. , lqr. 141b., 1. Fat ox. Black Polled, not more than 6 years old : R. T. Keys, 1 and r. eh. : R. T. Keys, 2 and 3. j Fat cow, Blaek Polled : R. T. Keys, j 14cwt. lqr. 13ib., 1 and champion; (Joorge Loder, lOcwt. 3qr. 141b.. 2. Fat steer, any breed, not exceeding 3 vears: E. M. Bowman, 13cwt. lqr. 211b., 1. Fat heifer, any breed, not- exceeding 3 vears: Charles Baldwin, llcwt. 3qr 211b., 1. Pens of fat stock — pens of three fa; oxen, any breed, not more than (i years old : Chaises Baldwin, 2(icu t. Oqr. 141b., 1 ; E. M...

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

ENSTLAGE AND HAY. Lucerne Hav. best dry green, lewt : A. M'Gregor, 1 and 2. Oaten Hay. lewt .: James Hutch. u- ' son, 1', -?'. Clout, sen., 2. Wheaten Hay, lewt .. in sheaf : Tolin Stein. 1 : Graham Bros., 2. Wheaten llay. lew!., in truss: ?lames Uollier. 1 and 2. Oaten Chaff, best cut, screened, and bright, one. sack: John liourke. 1 ; James Hutchison, 2. Wheaten ('hall', best cut, screened, ind bright, one sack: Edward rhoilias, ] ; Graham Bros., 2. live Grass, 2 bushels : Pet^r Quinn, I. Cocksfoot. Gra.ss. 2 bushels: P. Quinn, 1. Prairie Grass, 2 bushels: P. Quinn, 1. Best Collection of Green Fodder in sheaf, most, suitable for feeding milch cjnvs, itc. : William East,, 1 ; W. T. Nixon, 2. Best Collection of Broom Corn, fibre, and seed: G. Clout, sen., 1.

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

Farm Produce. | fudges : Messrs. Thomas C. Worboys, j Bernard Conlau, and T. Bragfr. j ! Wheat, three bushels, red : Edward | | Thomas, 1. i ; Wheat, three bushels, white: Rein ; hard Bros., 1 ; F. Rentz, 2. ; Wheat, three bushels. Manitoba : Jacob A. Offner, 1; Reinhard Bros., i 2. | Wheat, stripped, Reinhard Bros., i 1 ; Jacob A. Offner, 2. [ Champion prize of £3 3s., presented b.y Massey-H arris Co., Limited, man ufacturers farm implements, 33 Broadway, Sydney, for the best bag of wheat exhibited : Reinliard Bros. Wheat, best collection of not less than throe varieties, half-bushel of each, grower to state sort of soil on which grown, yield per acre, and names of varieties . and how harves ted : John Stein — Talavera, Monger's Pride, Steimvedel, Purple Straw, Sullivan's Prolific, Manitoba, Early Baart, Red Tuscan, White Adelaide, Wliite Velvet, Stere's Purple Straw, Farmers' Friend — 1 ; J. Murray — Wliitie Tuscan, Allol-a Spring, Far mers' Friend, Prolific, Hudson's E.P. Straw, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Farm and Dairy Produce Section. The Awards. GOVERNMENT BOARD FOR EXPORT PRIZES. PRESENTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Farm arid Dairy Produce Section. The Awards. GOVERNMENT BOARD FOR EX PORT PRIZES. j PRESENTED BY THE GOVERN- { M'ENT OP NEW SOUTH WALES. Judges: Messrs. G. M. M'Ktniwn T. Bragg, and R. Cadden. AVlip.il , suitable for export. Best 4 bushels, representing u( least 100 Inside Farmers' Co-operative Go. V Pavilion — Fruit, etc. sacks of equal quality grown bv ex hibitor, who must satisfy the council as to the quantity and bona fide nro duction during the current season : John Hoey, 1 ; W. G. Reinhard, 2. Barlc(y (malting), suitable for ex port. Best 4 bushels representincr a bulk of not less than 50 sacks. Other conditions same as for wheat: Robert Carey, 1 ; Reinhard Bros., 2. Oaten llay (manger) suitable for ex port. Best .5 bales of 1001b. each, suitably dumped and bound for ex port. Sample to represent a bulk of not less than 20 tons of equal quality, grown by the exhibitor during the ! current season. Owner must satisfy | the council as to quantity and bona j fide production: M. Red...

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

ilnnandale Steam Canister Factory, 96 NELSON STREET, NORTH ANNANDALE. Telephone No. 94 Newtown. Proprietor : JAMES ROBERTSON, (Late of Tier Street, D.'irliny Harbour.) KhtahmsjieI) 1S7*». CANISTERS of every description made to order, including TINS for Tea, Coffee, Jams, Baking Powder, Biscuits, Con fectionery, Condiments, Honey, Tongue Tins, Sc., &c. Special Patent ' LeveMop ' CANISTERS FOR PAINTS AND HONEY, Or other Goods requiring a tijjhl.flttinj; iid, «?asiiy rem'»v-?-J and replaced. Kstiniatort and samples forwarded on application Metallic Printing of every Description a Specialty. LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY Ensuring both quality of work and quick despatch.

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

GRAFTON. At one time it was doubtful whether the North Coast would be represented this year, as owing lo the bad season the Grafton Society decided not to exhibit, but Mr. Ford (Ford Bros, large farmers of Great Marlow) induced the Great Marlow Progress As sociation to take the matter up and enter I for the competition. Although the collec tion had to be content with third prize only this year, it was a highly creditable display and afforded a very instructive example of the products ol the Northern Rivers. The collection of sheaves was very good and very neatly staged ; it was equal to the best in this division of the trophy. Tobacco was represented by a sample of very line quality leaf. ]n tropical fruits and products it was not so strong as last yea I', fewer descriptions of sugar being shown. The most excellent features of the exhibit were tho mixed chaffs and the maize, both of which were very fine. But, for a dairying district, tho display of dairy produce and ensilage were no...

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

Pig Section. THH KXHIHITS. An increasing interest is hein^ taken in the raising of litis most. important. nnd prnlitithlc aniinni on 1 1 x : farm. 1ml the industry is still in its swaddling-clothes in Australia. Kverv fiirni should have ii thriving colony -if ' tin jintlrmin who pay Hit? lint,' ms 1.1 i i ? Irish call tlieiii, foe they iivt1 money-makers of the tivst order of merit Tin' Berkshire for pork inui the Taniworth for iiiicon st'cm (o Im t.liti favourite breeds; licit tlie Kssex is ii Ill's! -rule breed, while I, lie Cheshire twhite) is reckoned eipiul, inn] by some superior, to tlie Berkshire in the pro iliietiun of pork. Some of tin; Cheshire breed might lie inlrodii ? ? inlo Australia with great jidvaiitugc. The general ijtmlity of tlie exhibits wns ven' ynoil indeed. As usniil, Mr 13 M Hetts secured the 1-n!U of the print's, hut we were vcrv pleitseil to tiote (he success of Marks liroK. ( H:irrohlti-ii Estate, Penrith) in some important classes, for tlicli.*m is a you...

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

SUGGESTED IMl'liOV liMENTS. j But in wool, domestic manufactures, ami wines, Glen Innes lost a good many points, and these are features that want attention in the next exhibit. It should be possible to win more points in Divisions I, '2, 3, 4, and 10, 1*2, particularly in 1, '2, and 12. The samples of ensilage shown were nn:! 1 il v - that made of well-eared i corn being about the best. It is to be hoped that special inducement will be offered to show more of this invaluable fodder, if that of scoring higher points for dairy produce by its freer use is not considered sufficient. In minerals a very strong showing was made and the exhibit,, including a large num ber^ofjgein stones, was undoubtedly the best in the competition. Details of the collection are : — 20 pre Grafton (Great Marlow) — Third l'rize. Produce of one Farm— First Prize. served and dried fruits (Mrs. E. Hend ricks) ; IS pickles and sauces (Mrs. J. Hutchinson) ;JJeordials and aerated waters (lf. Savers) ^flour and meal...

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

GLEN INNES. This exhibit was in charge of Mr. J. F. Chafi'cy, who is to be complimented on the excellent arrangement of the collection. As was the case last year, Glen Innes scored over all competitors in the dairy section, aud the only wonder is that they did not reeeivc the full points in this division. The Glen Innes Cooperative Factory is to bo congratulated on their continued well merited success and certificate, the only one given in for dairy produce, by the way, In fresh fruits (grown on the Furracabad | Estate i'anns). preserved fruits, also in ! purely agricultural produce, Glen Innes i was very close tip to the winner in total | ]»)ints, and in vegetable and roots actually gained one point. I

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

Stud Cattie Sales. There, was a large attendance al the stud cattle sales held on the show grounds by Messrs. William Inglis and Son on Satur day. Tbe following are the particulars of the sules efl'eetcd : — On account o! Mr. P. H. Morton, Barren garry. Gs Ayrshire bull, Karl of Angus, Mr. S. Faulkner, Lisniorc, purchaser . . 20 Ayrshire bull, Bolinda, Mr. 11. Byrnes, purchaser ? lit Ayrshire bull, Whitehorn, Mr. C. M. Buck, purchaser ? lo Ayrshire bull, The Gordon Highlander, Mr. D. O'Keell'e, purchaser ? 6 Durham bull, Reuben, Mr. A. A. Carter, purchaser ? 12 Durham bull, Sir Robert, Mr. Mat. Ryan, Sydney ? 16 Ayrshire bull, Unionist, Mr. R. David son, Port Macquarie, purchaser .... U Two Ayrshire cows, Mr. Alex. Ander son, purchaser each at ? 20 On account of Sir. M. Ryan, Sydney. Jersey bull, Coolangatta, Mr. C. M. Buck, purchaser ? 21 On account of Mr. H. Smith, Seven Hills. Jersey bull, Melbourne Junior, Mr. H. O'Mara, Richmond River, purchaser '2~- Oil account of Messrs, Kale...

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

GRENFELL. This district won thc^ first prize, and deservedly so. Not only was the collection a splendid one in point of size, variety, and quality, hut it was far ahead of its com-' pctitors in its staging, showing that the hand j of Mr. G. Cousins has not lost its old ou lining 1 Tho general decorative oiJ'ect of the cereals in Blieaf arranged in fan shape was very fine, the artistic arrangement of the wool , m the centre ot the collection made a well balanced display, calculated to please the. eye and win favour. There is a value in first impressions, it they are favourable, ? aud judges are but human beings after all. On looks the Grcnlcll Court won hands down, and its looks did not belie its merits. Last year the collection comprised 1200 pieces, but t his year i( contained nolessthani l; -00, weighing a little over ten tons. The1 strength of lite display lay in wool and j manufactures while minerals and wood i scored very well. The wool comprises the1 grand wool thrown by Mr. N...

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

Fat Stock Sales. | Sales ol' fat stock were conducted by Mr. Badgcry, of Messrs. Pitt, Son, and Badgery, Sixteen head were sub mitted at auction to a good attendance of representative buyers, and prices gen erally were satisfactory. In the ease of bullocks, prices ranged from £14 to £20 ; and for cows from £11 to £Io 10s. | Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd., re- 1 port having sold the following stock: — I One bullock, Mr. K. M. Bowman, Gul gong, i''il ; three bullocks, K. M. Bow man, Gulgong, £1S ; one steer, K. M. Bowman, Gulgong, £15; one bullock, trustees late Thomas Walker, Tcnterlield, £111 10s. ; one bullock, trustees late Thomas Walker, Tenteriield, £l!) 30s. ; one bullock, trustees late Thomas Walker, Tenleriield, £19 10s. ; one bullock, trustees late Thomas Walker, Tcnterlield, £18 ; one bullock, trustees late Thomas Walker, Tcnterlield, £18 ; one bullock, trustees late Thomas Walker, Tcnterlield, £17 ; one bullock, 11. A. Smith, Tcnterlield, £10 ; five sheep, J. Robinson, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Teachings of the Show. EDUCATIONAL VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

The Teachings of the Show. By A. F, h, Renard. 75 DUCAT] ON -L VALUE. There cannot be two opinions as lo the educational value of a good agri cultural show — the larger the display, Ihe more liberal is tho education. One cannot help receiving valuable instruc- j t.ion if one is seeking knowledge. It lias been always admitted that tho J most powerful form of education is contact with facte, and a great show ] like the Royal of Sydney fairly bris- j ties with thein. I J. II. Aligns' ' Lord Waterloo XXVIII.' First nnd Champion Shorthorn Hull. Quite t.he most important obiect lessous of this year's show were found in the most valuable section of Ihe exhibition, that of Farm Produce. TliI? ENSILAGE In the Pavilion devotee] to the dis play of the Government Experimental farms wa.s a model of a tub silo for making ensilage out of anything G. 13. King's ' Forester IV.' First Prize Boadster Stallion, 12 years. wholesome in tho way of green stuff. . It is identically the same silo which the A...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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