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

I ? ? ' ' ' ' ' '' 'j. Directors: j Hon. A. \V. MEEKS, M.L.C. (Chairman), (Gibbs, Bright & Co.) Hon. JOHN SEE, M P. ; JAMES BURNS, Esq. (Burns, Philp & Co.) j HOC AM ACCIDENT and Uuln « CUARANTEE = CORPORATION, Ltd. i 131 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. I I Personal Accidents & Disease (World-Wide), j - Employers' Liability & Workmen's Insurance Fidelity Guarantees , \ Administration & Liquidation Bonds , Plate-Class Insurance, Burglary Insurance ? J. J. A.X-X-JE53XT, Ag6ntS Wanted General Manager for Australia. I ? ?

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

.. -| r. i'T^ ifffiH ' .' * ? i--' | ' :' V' ' ?' ; r'%' R. A. HERVEY, Alt Classes of Mining MachlnerttSupplies, Rackarock, Gelignite, Powder, Fuse Detonators, Air Compressors, Rook Drills, Concentrators, Ore Crushers, Steam, Gas, and Oil Engines, Wire Rope, Lubricating Oils, Drill Steel, Belting, Engine Packing, All Steel Wheelbarrows, Boiler compounds, Silicate Cotton Goods, Roofing Felt, Emery Wheels Pipe Joint Compounds, Cyanide, Quicksilver, Heat, Fire, Acid, Vermin Resisting, Insulating and Antl-Fouling Compounds, Billet's Tuyeres &c-, &c. Corner CLARENCE & KING STREETS, Tel. 618. SYDNEY Est. 1884. j

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

Raising Pigs. The breeding, rearing, and fattening of piijs should be one of tho most profitabh sido industries on a, farm, particularly :- dairy farm, but. it suffers from more than its fair share of neglect and carelessness common to Australian s'ock-keeping. No animal ret ponds more liberally to correct feeding ; no animal shows the influence of food in the flavor and character of flesh more strikingly ; no animal can be fattened more cheaply than the pig, either for pork or bacon. How to feed to secure th# 125 lb. porker at six months old and the 200 lb. baconer at nine months old, with a cost of lid. per lb. of flesh, is fully described in a practical way in the ''ABC of Stock-feeding,' as advertised. Send along 2s. lOd. for a copy, post free, to the publishers, Fkiikkai. Prkk.s, Sydney. Do it now while it is -m your mind. Stamps or postal note, or any other way you choose.

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

Extraordinary Jumping. The high-jumping competition this year] .vim the best ever seen at the Sydney Show. I The bar had gradually risen year after year! till 1900, when Garvan's Andover and Wright's Gladys divided at CIt. 2in. in es Juhn Tope & Co.'s One-horse Waggon. First Pri/.c. P. U. Miillelt's 'Commodore,' aged. Champion Pony Stallion under 12 hands. tablislrng the record. Lust yeur this was eqialbd by Morton's Desmond, who agais tlii year rose the height to Oft Bin , Next day. ' in the Webster Special, no less than three horses cleared Oft. -tin., and finally two of them— Fitzgerald Bros.' Newhaven and I'vit churd's Hauler — divided at Oft. Sin. This raises the record for the ground by three inches. Altogether the exhibition of jumping and the horsemanship displayed by the riders was magnificent and earned round of heart applause from the spectators.

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

\ V . \ AW:'\r'V\-V\KvV: V' \ V : V'-V^'V-jV \~ \ \ V\ \ \ HARPER'S SPECIALITIES are Made in Australia and Challenge the World for Quality. ASK FOR . . Empire Cocoa = Star Oatmeal | Essence ? _ ^ Rolled Oats. Economical. Nourishing. Dclicious. The Porridge Meals of Australia. Silver Star * « Starch. ? — — - The best in the World. Won't Stick to the Iron ? THESE T HIE ZBR^ZSTIDS IPO 13, YOU. ?

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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A Notable Incident of the Wool Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

i fl Notable Incident at the Wool Industry. The first man of business on record was the shepherd, and sheep fanning is tlie earliest and the most ancient of all industries. In our own times sheep continue to play (lie same pioneering part in the progress of civili zation — the pastoral ist being always the lirst to set his foot oil the wilderness and the other men follow. In tlie remotest corners of the earth you will thus find sheep and wherever there are sheep, there too for a certainity will be found Cooper's Sheep Dip. We doubt whether there is a single living Sheep owner, in any country of the world, who has not heard of the ' Cooper Dip,' for a large proportion of those who dip their sheep at all, use this old time remedy. The firm's books show that sufficient ' Cooper ' is now placed upon the market to annually dip 208 millions, or fully one third of all the sheep that are in existence. No greater proof that sheep owners, tho world over, derived more pro fit from the uso of t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian Mortgage and Agency Company, Ltd. A PROGRESSIVE CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

The Australian Mortgage and Agency Company, Ltd. A PROGRESSIVE CONCEHN. The extent of Australia's wool industry has brought into existence some of the largest trading institutions in the country — institu- tions, too, which worthily represent the im portance and wealth of our staple product. At the bead of these institutions we find some of the brightestlinancial intellects in the land. That this is so is not to be wondered at. remembering the magnitude of the under takings which they are called upon to control. And L'ood for these States it is at the same lime that so many capable men are directing lb1 affairs of companies trading in the indus try, which is the backbone of Australian commerce. The direful effects of the long continued drought have prejudiced the posi tion of some of our old-established firms, but others, again, appear to have not only weathered the trying times, but are able to show remarkable successes of business in all directions. One of these is the Australian ...

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

CHEESE. Judges : Mr. W. H. Vagg.i Five cheese, matured. — Kameruka Estate, 1 ; Bodalla Co., Ltd. (Trunkettwhilla Factory) and Bodalla Co., Ltd. (Bodalla Factory) equal, 2. Five cheese, matured loaf. — Kameruka Estate, 1 : Bodalla Co., Ltd. (Coineray Factory), 2 ; Bodalla Estate (Trunkett whilla Factory), 3. Three cheese, fancy, not otherwise speci fied. — Kameruka Estate, 1.

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

Dairy Produce. BUTTER. Judges : Messrs. (1. Valdcr, B. Conlan, j uiiil li. Cadden. Creamery Butter, manufactured and packed lor export : Foley Bros. (Waratah ( 'reamery), 95 points, 1 ; Bega Co-operative Co., l-i points, 2 ; Foley Bi'os. (Crook-well ( 'reamery!, 92 points, 3. 1. ' Kahili II.' '2. ' Property of On kl);i i ik '' :i. ' Snowdrop.'' I. 'Melbourne.' Creamery Butter, manufactured for local consumpiton . New South Wales Creamery Butter Co. (Casino Branch), 'JO points, 1 ;; Foley Bros. (Crook well Butter Factory). '.).'- points, 2 ; Berriina District Co., 114 ; points, 3. i Factory Butter for local consumption : Woodstock Central Dairying Co., 89 points' I ; Bathurst Co-operative Dairying Co., 7!! points, 2. Separator Butter, produced by exhibitor lor local use (open to private dairymen, companies excluded) : J. F, Warden, 93 points, 1 ; D. Kennedy, 92 points, 2 ; Binnie and Gordon, 91 points, 3. Special Prize for best box of butter pro- j duccd by cream separator on farm (p...

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

I MILK PRIZE. ! For exhibitors competing in Butter j Tests. First prize, £5 5s,, of which I £3 3s. is offered by the Farmers' Co- 1 operative Co., Ltd., Sydney: second | prize, £3 3s.. for the cow giving the largest, quantity of milk, subject lo test-, 3.25 butter fat. Not e— Anv ex hibitor supplying his cow with milk food during the mil king t ests will be disqualified, together wiih the animal. F. A. Mackenzie's Emily ? 1 F. A. Mackenzie's Ada. ... ... 2 I Tlie following tables show the re sults of eaeli milking for the three prizes above : — j F. A M'Kenzie* EMILY, V'iirt in Climnpion KuiiorFnt I tost, and l'iiM Prize in Su-lnn/ Mtu'l Spccinl and Milk Prize j | I | Coin. I March AVheii Milk d, Milk. .Test II, Fat. Butter. : 11.. 07..; ~| 20 ...[Morning .. 20 KU ; :**4 -0120 I 20 ..jEvening 10 121 : !P4 , 27 ..j Horning .. 24 ljj H*2 *7005 '? 27 ..(Evening .. IS 4 (\ -^7'H 2t- ... [Morning ..*-'-- .v/ 5*2 l*::7oo 2S , . Evening ..\\S 1!; 5 2 *0410 , il34 14?, .. STitlM i fi-4r.ll....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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SYDNEY MAIL SPECIAL PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

SYDNEY MAIL SPECIAL PRIZE. Special prizes presented for the bes1 Milch Cow (any brood), subject to a test in connection with working dairy as to the largest quantity of commer cial butter. The cows to be milked dry in the presence of the judges or stewards, or whom they may appoint I on Tuesday, 25th March, at 5 p.m., when the exhibits must be in the yards, such milking not to be takei into account. To be milked at 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 26th, 27th, and 28th March. F. A. Mackenzie's Emily I., ... 1 T. W. Boardman's Lilac ... ... 2

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

METROPOLITAN MILKING PRTZE. i ? i For t tip cow giving tho largest ouan (it.y of milk, tho property of citv or suburban dniryinan within, a radius of 15 miles of tho General Post-Office. Sydney. Exhibits competing in Roval Butter Test or Sydney Mail Prize in eligible to compete for this prize. F. A. Mackenzie's Doric ... 1 F. A. Mackenzie's Emily U. 2 Tho totals for each day's milking wore : — F. A.M'Ivenzie's DOIUli, First Prize, j I Total During March When Milked. Milk. Contest. ? i j lb. 02. 11). oz. 26 ..jMorninff 31 12 20 ..livening ..I 21 0 .. j 2 7 .. (Morning . 20 li .. , 27 ..iHvening .. 18 114 28 ..'Morning ..? 27 UJ i 28 . .iEveninp . , IS 8 j 147 14j ! .. V. A. M'Kenziv's EMILY II, Sscond Prize. 20 ..Morning .. 20 0$ ... I 20 .. Evening .. IS i)( 27 .. Morning .. 27 12 27 . . Kveimig . . 37 2S .. Morning .. 25 fij ... i 28 ..Evening 18 4 J .. ? I .._ 13!) 1 !

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

Feeding Dairy Cattle. j Dairy fanners, who are desirous of improv ing their position anil of deriving tlu* largest clear income possible from Hieir herds and lands, will find it to theirimmediate and great advantage to send for the little work. A 13 C of Manuring,'1 and study chapters 7, 17. and 22, particularly the laiter, price Is. ? lOd. ' posted. It is taken for granted that they will 1 have decided, after studying the article by A. V TT lionnvil in fliie Jnnnli.mnvil n« *»V hn feeding of dairy cows for greatest profit,' to send for tlie 'A 13 C of Stock Feeding, v price 2s. lOd. posted, for it is really invaluable to the up-to-date dairy farmer. The two little works dovetail into each other, and teach dairy husbandry in a very complete and sim ple way.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Assistance for Societies Exhibiting. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

Assistance for Societies Exhibiting. At a conference of the Agricultural So cieties' Union held in Sydney during show week the question of the heavy expenses in curred by societies ill bringing down their exhibits to the show was freely discussed. Some members were of tlie opinion that the R. A. Society should allow a sum of £25 or £30 to each exhibiting society to go towards tlieir expenses. It was said that nmnv societies were not in a position to put up the £50 or £o0 required to cover the cost of col lecting, freights, packing, etc., and expenses of those in charge. Eventually it was decided not lo ask the It. A. Society for assistance, but to make a strong appeal to the District Societies to exhibit, and efforts would be made to obtain free passes and carriage from the Railway Department This the Com missioners might readily grant seeing ihe in creased passenger truffle such district exhibits would bring

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

FBI 'ITS Fl! ESI I, IT. ESEI! V El -, HI! ( IT 1 1 El! WISE. .lodges : Messrs. Privy Douglas, ) I . Jackson, and T. .1 i'ssi i| t. Preserved Iroits, in syrup, six buttles or tins: Cooper and Sons, I : Mrs. II. 1'.. Shiplon, 2. ] Prcscrveil fruits, in water, six bottles or tins : Mrs. -!. Cousins, I ; Co,, per aud Sons, 2. Jains, best collection, not less than six \arietics, open (o ma nuta.t nrcrs only: A. Hoadlev ami - 'o., I . Jams, best ? Ilci-lion. not less than si.v varieties (not open to ma nulacl urcrs) : L. L. K. Iloltcrinann, I ; Miss (,'ase, 2 : Mis. II. E. Shipton. 3. Jellies, not less than six varieties hes( ei.i llcel.ioii : Mrs. G. J. Turner. 1. Candied fruits, no(. less than si\ \-:i I'icl ies, best collection : L. Giraud. I. Dried fruits, not less than six varieties, best collection : J. Sutton. I. Collections bottle or candied fruits, not less than six varieties, preserved in syrup : Cooper and Sons, 1 ; Mrs. II. 10. Shiplon. 2. ./Preserved vegetables, not less than...

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

Fruits. Judges: Messrs. W. Pope, Sidney Howard, aud E. Wlutaker. Common oranges, main crop, best three dozen : C. Booth, 1 ; W. and S. Fagan, 2. Common oranges, second crop, best three dozen: W. and S. Fa can . 1; \V. H. Allen, 2. Navel oranges, best throe dozen : C. Booth, 1 ; W. and S. Pagan, 2. Emperor mandarins, best three | dozen : W. and S. Pagan, 1 and 2. ' Mandarin, thorny, best three dozen: S. E. Allen, ] ; F. Thompson, 2. Scarlet mandarin oranges, best throe : dozen: T. Trantwein, 1 and 2. Citrons, best three dozen : S. E. Allen, 1 and 2. Lisbon lemons, best three dozen : i W. and S. Fagan, 1 ; S. E. Allen. 2. ; Special prize of JC3 3s., for the.bost collection of fruit, of the citrus family, grown by exhibitor. Three1 dozen each of the following varieties: — Common: orange, thorny mandarin, Emneror I mandarin. Lisbon lemon, and, in ad- l dition. other sorts at. tho option of the ! exhibitor: W. and S. Fagan, 1 : S. E. | Allen, 2. , Peaehes. best two dozen : E. Rob erts, ]...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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CYCLING RACES. SUTTON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

CYCLING RACE-;. SUTTON CUP. (Half-mile Amateur Championship of N.S.W.) C E Wakcford ... .. ... ... 1 W A K Harris ... ... . .. 2 C Strelein ? 3 Time, lmin. 18sec. WEBSTER HANDICAP. (Open to tlie members of (he League of Wheelmen). One mile. S P Orr (105yds.) ...' ? 1 A Phipps (110yds.) ? . ... 2 W G Harvey (170 yds.) ? 3 Time, 2min. 19sec. SUTTON CUP. (Five Miles Amateur Championship of New South Wales;. C Wakeford ... ... ... ... ... 1 G Fowle ., ... ... ... ... 2 C Carter ? .. 3 Time, 13min. 9 4-5sec.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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THE MILK AND BUTTER TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

THE MILK AND BUTTER TESTS. I To the great number of dairy far mers who were present- at tlie show, and also to those who were unable to attend. one of (he most interesting features of this great exhibition was the competition for the Milk and But ter Test prizes. That the entries were not more nu merous was caused, we know, in sev eral instances on uie canny, oy inr impossibility of moving with safety eows fit to compete the long distance necessary to Sydney. This, of course, is a difficulty which must always be present, but it is a pitv, because it prevents many good cows entering the competition, and to a large extent confines the entrants to metropolitan cows. It mav be feasible in the )u ture for the Society to arrange for the test milking operations to be curried out before committees in country cen tres. so that every owner might have, as far as possible, an equal opportunity of i-nteriii'i. Tlie Champion Butter Test, comijeii tion was first introduced last year, when (he firs...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The Complimentary Benefit to Mr. Webster. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 18 April 1902

The Complimentary Benefit to Mr. Webster. Thursday, t.he hist, day of the Show, was sot apart ii.v tin' management us n lienelit lo their indefiiligiihlc and general secretary, Mr. ]?'. Webster, and never was a i'nin]iliiiHMit more deserved. Though rather windy and, conse qucntly, somewhat dusty, the weather was beautifully line all day, and the uttendanee was exceedingly good . n result no doubt effected by the popularity of Mr. Webster and by the excellent programme of events arranged. The oflieia] estimate of the attendance was 10,000, and though, in comparison with Mon day's huge gathering of spectators, 10,0 0 is but a miniature total, yet for an oil -day and tlie last day of the Show at that, when many of Ihe exhibits had been removed mid the pavilions closed, it must he admitted that it, was considerably larger than even the most sanguine could reasonably have anticipated. Anions the 10,000 and certainly by no means the least, interested of them, was Major General Hul.ton, wh...

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

BO pp. ,Boards, 1/6, by po . I/IO. All Booksellers. The ABG . .01'.. IH|ANURI|tG, The Art of Feeding tlie Soil on'Scien tific Principles, administered with Common Sense. Expressly written for Agriculturists working under the special conditions of Australianfclimate and agriculture, , By A. F. H. RENARD ibiiu of .lult's Itenard it Co., Manure Mcr ' chants, Sydney nud Melbourne). Synopsis of Contents : Nature. Growth of Plants. Food of Plants. Origin and Nature of Soils. Sub-soiling. Theory and Scicncc of Manuring. Importance of Phosphates. Work of Carbonic Acid. Value of Potash. 1 Usefulness of Lime. AHion of llumus. Influence of ltaini'all. j Irrigation. i Philosophy of Manuring. Crop notation. , Manuring v. Fallowing. Green Manuring. Natural Fertilizers. Artilicial Fertilizers. Manuring for Profit. Practice of Manuring. Some Conclusions and a Moral. Published by the Federal Press, Sydney. THE OPINION OF AN EXP35HT. JT. C. L. Akjuckson*, Esq. (late Director of Agriculture, N.S.W., G...

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