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WHIT MOTHER SAID. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
WHIT MOTHEB SAID. They had partaken of tea and retired from the tablf, when Tommy was Been to be minutely inspecting his aunt's drese. ' What on earth's the matter, Tommy P' queried his mother, anxiouEly, Nothing1, mother ; only I can't see any dust.' ? Dust — dust ?' echoed she, perplexed. ' Yes, mother ; you told Mrs Snios that Aunt Mary had been on the shelf for twenty years !' Berlin Biscuits —Take four ounces of butter and beat it to a froth, add to it four ounces of castor sugar, eight ounce* of flour, the rind of a lemon, a liqueur glass of brandy, a little salt, and three beate* eggs. Boll out and cut in strips, and twist in different shapes.
Molong Rabbit Inspector. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
r/iolotag Rabbit Inspector. During; the week Mr. Bankin, Inspec tor of the lloloug Rabbit district, was in town, aud ere the publication of this paragraph has probably paid a number of our fanners a visit. Mr. Eaiikin's duties as Inspector cease with tho end of this miutli, when the new Rabbit Act will come iuto force. It appears to ba bis opinion that the now act will be strictly enforced, and that the farmers' lot under it will not be a particularly pleasant one. During his term of office, we understand, Mr. Eankin has reported .several lar^e and prominent land holders the new act would so soon come into operntion, the Board declined to take ac tion. Though no action was taken, the persons reported immediately took steps to poison tho rabbits oa their holdings.
A ROYAL BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
A RO2A.L BABY. The birth or a son to the Princess of the Asturias, sister of the young King Alfonso of Spain, and heir-presumptive to the tbroae, occasioned the revival of a curious old ceremony of the Spanish Court. When the baby Prince was born, the Prime Minister, the Presidents of the Congress and the Senate, the high func tionaries of the Court, aud the Commander of the Boyal Halberdiers, were summoned to the ante chamber of the Princess. The chief doctor then dressed the baby, and, placing him on an immense silver salver, took him to the father, who waB also waiting in the ante-chamber, and to whem he said : ? Sir, it is an infante.' The father then took the salver in his hands, and, after kissing the baby, showed those present the new arrival.
Important Finding. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Important Finding. A case of considerable importance was 'hoard at the Tuba Tilba Police Court on Thursday. Albert Pattemore sued David Keir for tho value of a horse said to have been killed while Keir was driving it out at his pndrioclc. Numerous witnesses crwfi pnllp^ .find nil ndmitfoil (lint, rilnin tiffs horse was trespassing. The Bench, consisting of the polios magistrates, Messrs. A. Elliott, 11. Bate, aud C. lirice, found that plaintiff's horse had no right, on defendants land, who could legally eject it, but inasmuch as he used a dog, which caused the horse to run into a wire fence, killing it, defendant was liable. A. verdict was given in favour of plaintiff for £5 ami costs: The Bunch,' considering that plaintiff was T.nt entirely blameless, refused to allow witnesses ex penses.
Farm and Garden. ORIGINAL ARTICLES. OATEN HAY FOR FORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Farm and Garden. 0EIGINAI. ARTICLES. OATEN HAY FOE FOEA&E. -TIWJK.VEEY one who ha* used well cM-U- cured oaten hay will have recog JA*ZAr nieed its value for all kinds of farm stock, but especially for dairy cows and sheep. Of course it must be cut at the right time, must be well cured, and then stored in Buch a manner aB to prevent damage froin bad weath«r. The experienced farmer will select a variety of oats with a large proportion of leaves. The plants must not be coarse, else much of the fodder will be unpala falllo Ctna alirMilA andan.irnlir to BGCUre fineness of leaf and nleo abundance of it. Seed ehould be sown rather thick, so as to prevent undue growth aad consequent coarseness. If these items have been carefully looked after, then a good begin ning hasbeen made. The most important matter is the time for cutting. There is some difference of opinion as to just when to cut oats fojr hay. But as a general rule it is proper to commence cutting just as the oata are begin...
Simple Courtesy. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Simple Courtesy. At tho Gundogai council meeting on Thursday night the Anti-War League Petition, which was received by the coun cil two weeks ago, came up for discussion owing to a misleading report which had been published. At the previous meet inn. tVin nptifinn -was not rend, thoucrh a resolution was carried that it be laid ou tlie tdble for the purpose of any xate pnyer who might feel disposed to sign it to do so. It was decided that as no one lind signed tho petition to re turn It to tho secretaries of the Anti-War League.
'TOMMY' BOWLES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
?TOMMY' BOWL2S. Mr. Gibson Bowlea is the critio of all erring ministers, and he has been making the House lively with his attacks on Mr. Bredrick. This habit has embittered his ownptrty bo much that bis persistence has never been rewarded with office. Mr. Bowies' knowledge on many subjects is wider' than anyone else's. The procedure of Parliament is a pet one with him, and many a time he has set the House straight on some detail. He is known as the nautical member, also, and 'Punch' in -tB cartoons has long honoured him with a Etump and hook in plaoa of an arm Before entering Parliament, Mr Bowles was in the Inland Bevenua Office, and it was there he acquired that acquaintance with the work of Government which has stood him in good stead is debate. He has been a voluminous and popular writer on questions of inturnafcioaal and naral importance. His acquaintance with the sea iB not only theorelical but practical, for he holdB the Board of Trade certificate as a master mariner. Mr. Bow...
THE KAISER'S BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
THE KAISEE'S BKOTHEE, j.uure coiua scarcely DB imagined a greater difference between two brothers than between the Kaiser and Prince Henry. The Prince ie not nearly as tall as the Emperor, but he has a sturdy figure, and is the personification of per fect health. The Kaiser is a valiant sportsman and a crack shot. The Prince does not care a rap for sport. During his visits to England he iuu been the despair of hie uocle who used to take him to Eoyal ehootine parties. Prince Henrv cared nothing for it. He preferred to linger behind with the ladies. In fact he is distinctly a ladies' man, i, Prince Henry was very much under the influenoe of his mother, the late Empress Frederick. He was nor favourite son, and he was also the pet of his, grandmother. Queen Vic toria. The influence of these two educated women may be distinguished in the Prince's capabilities as a mnsician, linguist and literateur. He adornB the drawing-room as completely as he doeB the quarter-deck. He can speak English...
Manitoba Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Manitoba Wheat. A largo number farmors in the Orange district h«.ve availed themselves of the opportunicy for procuring Manitoba wheat which lias bfien offered them by the Department of Agriculture. Num )ers of applications hnvo been forwarded tin on gh Mr. II. W. Newman and it. is anticipated that the expeviinont in th-? growing of the variety o£ grain -will provo successful,
Robberies. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Robbcrlss. Whilst Mr. Jno. Swindle Into of this district was attending the Orange Show on Friday last, Ins i-esidence,sjtuated in a somewhat retired position between Luck now and Orange, was broken into and a quantity of jewellery valued at £16 ns well as about £1 'in cosh stolen. The tiiiovns; m-iilpnt.lv worn in no way afraic of b-;ing disturbed and must have known tlie iim of the place to a certain extent for flips were taken from a tool -chest iu an outhouse, and with these implements an entrance to the hnuso was effected, and a number of drawers broken open. Evpry drawer in tho hnuso was ran sacked, aud their contents scattered about tlie rooms. The police were im mediately informed of tho occurrence and inquiries were nt once instituted though nothing which points to Iho offender has as yet transpired.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
THE Commercial Banking - — ? Co., of Sydney, Ltd. '^Capital Paid Up £1 ,000,C00 : Heseuvk Fuxd £ l ,010,000 Ueskvt: Capital £1,000,000 LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON APPROVED SECURITIES. 'HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOR DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. J&IX, USUAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. V. BLATCIiFGRD, Manager Canowindra Branch. Harding & Pile, R.D.S., SURGEON DENTISTS, FORBES. ^JjflLL visit CANOWINDBA— APRIL 19th. 9flfti anil 2!st. — AT — ~MAESHALI?S VICTORIA HOTEL. CDWRA, APRIL 22nd — AT — WATT'S CHEMIST SHOP. .Will also 'visit CAEGO, CUDAL, MJOOLAGONG, and EUGOWRA on '-dates to1 be advertised. -|_A'Cam-. [ 'ton. a. a.BAvits, 'PHYSICIAN AND EURGEON) -CVKOWINBUA.
An Old Friend [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
An Old Friend It will bo pleasing news to (be many friends 01 Mr. John Swindle in this dis trict to hear that he was successful nt the late Orange Show. Mr. Swindle on ths last day of the Show gave nu exhibition fif trotting with his stallion Don Cloye nnd succeeded in putting up tlie splendid performance of 1 mile in 2mm. 29sec*. iu a track cart. Mr. Swindle was also successful with his trotting1 poiiy ' Creamy Dick,' winning two pony trots aud also the local trot.
Local News. Opening the new [?] Church. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
%Ji&ai im&s. Opening the hew prr'^'' -an The Prosbjterian ccngieg-ation of the '? Canowindra district are to be congratu lated upon' the decision with, which they '* took up' the matter of having a -church building-erected. Once mooted the mas ter -was not allowed to stand, but the 'effort was at oacecomuieTiced, aud tho1 . success o'f the workers was on Sunday rlast celebrated by tho presence of the Moderator fcr the purpose of opening ^and dedicating 'the building to the ser ~vice of Christ. Tho ceremony was most -impressive, and a large crowd attended. ^Mr. '\V. Atkinson was tlie contractor Tor 'the building, and the 'work has given ?^every -satibfactioij to those concerned. An ??effort is we understand to be made to ^arrange for services twice per month, 'though -it is -anticipated that the JW. E. -J. Thompson ?will £ad it difficult to so ^arrange.
The Lazsrn-Salamen Co. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Ths Lassrn-SalEiGn Co. Thn nbovfi company openn;! their visit, to Cano'vindra in 'tlie School of Arts Hall on Tuasdny evoning last. Owing pro bably to the promise of rain there was a spares attendance, comparatively speak ing. This in no way, however, discour tlgUU Lilt'! til LlfeLt^h, W1IU lit 'iL Uil^iJB ilt; quitted themsolvefr remnrkably well. Th« operations of IJazevn the conjurei can be described as nothing other than wonderfully and mysteriously clever, ons trick particularly striking an observe]1 a* inexplicable. The trick consisted of the conjurer desiring five of the audience to select a card each from 1 pack which was presented to thorn, and as each por son selected tho card it wa.s held up in full view of the audiencf, thatlhej might remoniber it. Coins -ware then housed from the audience, which were pieced in aa ordinary pickle bottle standing upon the . table. An ordinary traiisnaront tumber was then taken and placed upon another table, and within this tho pack of enrd...
'Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
'Social Evening. In this issue is announced a social 'averting *in aid of tho building funds of 'tho CanowinSra Presbyterian Church. *^Ehe total expenditure in connection with. Hhe building, vcliich was opened on Sun day 'last 'by Kev. James C.imeron. D.D. ^Moderator «'f the Presbyterian Assembly ^snf ftTnw Snt5^1 \A?nlaR fn 'fTio TM'ncmi*- Tine -besn -£210 (approxiniately\ of which -i£160 hasbeea already subscribed. The -object of tlie social is to still further re duce the dificit. It is intended that the 'evenings entertainment will include a number of musical items, rendered by local ladies «sid gentlemen as well as several visitors from Cowra, a little .-dancing, parlor j*anies, etc. Uefresh unents will be liberally supplied, and '*h.ose yrha attend are -promised an even -iiig1* complete enjoy meat.
Auction sale at watergumben' [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
-Auction Sale at watergumben' Mr. Eugene Finn reports, baviug held % clearing sale atjlre. J. Piper and Sons Satiu on Saturday last, 19'mst, which ?^proved most successful, everything being cleared off at exceptionally good prices. There was ft largo attendance of buyers, though the attendance was somewhat ef fected by the drought aud the fact that the farmers could not spare the time iiuju iiieir iiuuita xur wiiicn i-iiey are compelled to cart water some 'miles. Liquid refreshment as well as soUds was 2-rovirled in profusion, and everyone at tfiudiug passed .a very pleasant time. Stock sold as follows. — Store sheep, from -is to Gs; sfore cattle. — cows ami steers averaged £3 16, calves £l 12s 61 ; Lorees to £12. A small parcel of chaff ?was quitted at £6 15s per ton and it is considered that 100 tons would have realized the same prices. The machinery and farming plant -was disposed of at a satisfactory figure. Mrs. Piper and 3 family leave tho district immediately, and intend taki...