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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
£5O REWARD, DAID by the Undersigned for jnTorma r tion that ?will lead to tbe conviction of any person STEALING CATTLE or £-HEEP belonging to the Bangaroo or Conomodine Buns. HAMILTON ORBORNE. J. M. ATKINSON. EANGARQO Tar Fire EarmaA Sheep # 7 ^rZz-L Horses Ji-* JCONOMODINE 'Sheep -#T II C^ Cattle OO C^ Horses -X- Aubrey Robinson, - - Newsagent y'/TiV Fancy Goods f/lV* Music |i\ and ?\ Soak Seller. Beet brands Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars ? and Cigarettes always on hand at lowest Prices. Agent for Mercantile Mutual Aseu ranca Society and Atch.eri.oy and Dawsou T«* Mwehauts. Public Kotice. PHELP?4 CO,, S00TMAKERS, ETC., CAK0W1NDRA Atkinson Bros. Saddlery Mart. A Trial solicited. Repairs neatly ano cheaply executed. -^~ JDICTIM 80TEI ~^- CANOWINDRA, MATT. OWYER PROPRIETOR, 'n'y Wines The rf Spirits Jest « And rands Beers Kept in Stock. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. MARSHALL, VICTORIA HOTEL, CANOWINDRA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. None but the Best Brands cf Wines and Spirits, etc., kept in Stock Good Stabling...
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Postal &n£ Telegraphic lntormatten. if Opwoe Hotms. Post Office open. 9 a.m. to C p.m. Telegraph. Office open 0 a.ni. to 8p.m. Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. to * p.m. Savings Baak open daily from 9 a.m S p.m. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post office hours ; cashing, during money order hours. Note, — All offices are dosed during wwiaatc^f mails from Sydney at 10.30 «um. daily. Arrival of Mails. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, daily at lo-3o a.m. Cowra Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- , day al 1 «.an. Eugowra, Tuesday and Saturday h l .30. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satui day at 1 .30 p.m. sK'nlli and an duiania, Wednesday an Saturday at 1, p.m. Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwood and . Burdett, Mond; y Wednesday, and Friday -& 6 p.m. Departure of Mails. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily p. 2.45 p.in Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 11 a.m. Eugowra, Monday and Friday at 1 1 . OaJ^o,Monday, Wednesday end Fri dayat 8.30 a.m. Walli and Lyndburst, Monday am T...
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Local Directory ^.., ::':^-^l ? .:.;;.KE*rai?4WrB-...-:: . _ .. ^Che^'X^iowjfiaraTStaY,'-** fair and impartial organ, -winch takes no party «id«, but strives to give accurate informa tion on all subjects ; a local papei which is entitled to the support oE all well trishers of the district. John Fian. vommercial isanlcHig uompany oi Svdney, Limited. Manager — V. Blatchfora. BJACKSMTHS AJfD WHEBLWRIOHTS R AjTtOll J C Marka I) R McDonald ntJiunsiis W H Atkinson BAKERS M. Costello. nuTCHERsr Gflodacrfl and Graham. T. L. Kirkland. IIOTEr. KFEFKHS M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel SADDLERS J B Newland Atkinson Bros INSURANCE AGENCIES Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and Life. — J J Finn. STOREKEEPERS T. Finn J. fioyd. W Pendall USDERTAKEE8 J C Marka W Atkinson WOOL AMD PRODUCE BUYERS TBreen
General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
General Chat. The first football match o£ the season has been arranged to take place on tbo Recreation Ground on Saturday next between a team of married and single men. Mr. D. Riddle has disposed of his «pnnter Pretender to Mr. M. Shine. Tho price'paid, we understand was £H 10a. The body of a Kanaka was last week tound at lngsliani (,«.,) m a wuu;rm»u tightly Btrapped to a log. Conclusive evidences of murder were present in the fact that there was a great gash across the stomach and a cut behind the neck at the base of the 6kull, both wounds apparently having been causod by a sheath knife. The Cargo water trustees have decided to toko action for trespass against threo prominent gentlemen of that township who attempted to ascertain the auiouut of water lelt iu tho reservoir. Dr. Ross ias written to the Works Department asking if the survey of the Cowra-Gregra Railway route is yet com pleted. The circular forwarded by the Anti war League to the Municipal Councils of New South Wales, w...
SHORT STORY In a Boat Swing. GRAND CARNIVAL IN THE ZOO GROUNDS. ROYAL ARTILLERY BAND. Illuminations. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
[?] In a Boa! Swing GEAND CAENIYAL IN THE ZOO , . GROUNDS. ,-' Eota.1 Aetilueet Band. Illuminations. ? $£&J[fTJCH, with mach more of a like ? »Sr« n?turo- oould be read on the large -MPwt pink posters outside the Zdo : grounds at Raitton, a town re '. joicing in an average of conifortably f inaomed inhabitants. I HowAver, it is not always the poor who \ object to spending money without getting ' a quid pro quo. Bailton was not excepted T from the general Epirit of commercialism ;', that is a feature of the times. If the :: fortunate possessors of two or more muueuuuB a ytfur uouguv jampsuauea uiiu : ate three-and-sixpenny dinners in aid ef ll . charity, they -would get a good article and appetising meal for their money, or ; know the reason why. It is seldom (out . of London) that one hearB of a fabulous ?'; price given for a flower, or a five-pound -? note handed to a fair stall-holder in ro !' turn for a shilling trifle. A pity this; ' for although the motive for such acti...
Belmore Public Well. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Bslmors Ptitilic We!!. The iollowiiijj; U'tr.'i- hac, bonn received by the trustees of thr? liylmoro Public Woll. — 'Public AVovks Departinout.1 Sydney 10th April, 1902, Sir,— With reference to a lutter of tha Ifith ultimo, from Messrs. Thomas Gulvin, Alfred Tfnmfnll. i-nA Unrra Vi'TTnnyifinF BelniorB uear Canowindra, relative to sinking; a well at Belmore, and asking fur a special grant of £30 to assist the l-eeidonts in carrying out the work, I havo the honor to iufurai you that tho Minister has ap proved of the sum of £30 being granted towards carrying out this (vork. Pay ment of this sum ivill bo made on the completion of the well to a depth of 120 feet, to the satisfaction of the Lneol Officer, provided that if .1 satisfnctoiy cimnlv is intif; vrtfli nf lf»«q r^nf-.'l mid tlm well is not sunk to 120 leet, then a pro portionete deduction will bo made in tho sum to be paid. All further expense as regards water lifting appli ancos, repairs and upkeep must be b.irno by the resident...
A WOMAN'S FAD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
A WOMAN'S PAD. Mrs. Charles F. Sprague, a wealthy Boston society woman, is reported to be making an effort t» outdo the extrava gance of Mrs. Jack Gardner, whose fad it wae to import an Italian home into Bos. ton. Mxb. Gardner built a Venetian palace at great expense, but Mrs. 8prague has bought outright one of the hand somest edifices in Venice, and has had it pulled down, and the material of the entire building, with all the furnishings, is now on the way to Boston, to form part of a new mansion which she is erecting. Sprains and bruisee should be rubbed with liniment. The following is an ex cellent recipe: Tate two parts each of camphorated oil and alcohol, and one part of chlorworm. Shake well before using, ' and' apply with the palm of the hand.
Change of Business. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Change of Business. Tu this issue Mr. Fred. Williams an nounces that liu has taken over tho blncksmithintr and. wheelwright business of Mr. D. IJ. 'McDonald and solicits the patron ago of Mr. McM.oiiald's supporters. Mr. Williams comes amongst us with high testiuioniiiis. whioh upon perusal sbow him to be a conscientious workman of esnecial ability, from almost all purls of the State there ure appreciative notices as to his ability ns ahortieslioiM' ;ir well a- testimonials to his knowledge of fnnning. machinery. lie h:is had nu entensive experience also in ropaiii'.ig bicycles, aad hi this dop.irtmoni of his bis art lie is X'ocommended as 'one of the 'host.' Mr. MuDonnld has every confidence that lie will give entire satisfaction to Jus r,M patrons nnd recommends them, to giviv Mr. Williams a share of their patronage. Mr. Williams' business announcement appears in this issue and this will supply the public with all ir.fonnution required.
Traveller. RECOLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Traveller. ?EECOLLECTIONS. iSWnlKY recollections of Peterhead — snid ijlacjp MCaid — are far from plea 'AHIk Ellnt. and I can only recall them always with the bitterest of regrets. The prison has acquired for itself a bad name. Ex-convicts who have been in Kntlish prisons, and with whom I have, as yon can understand, come into frequent contact, speak as a rule favour ably of thair ' lagging ' over the Bordeie, ft/UO «B»w Ul U1JF Ulf? U1U ± WU1B OU1VBB a single man incarcerated in Peterhead who had » good word to say of it or of itB officials. The Peterhead officers are most recruited from the agricultural classes. They are invariably ignorant and illiterate, and always wanting is the touch of human sympathy which a prisoner, no matter how black his record may be, longs for. Perhaps the solitari ness of the Peterhead place enhances the punishment, but at any rate yon can take it from me tbat this convict gaol is the most unpopular of its kind, probably in the world now. In 1888, when...
Sketcher. MISTAKES OF CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Sketcher. MISTAKES OP CtTLTUBE. WSWfOMETHING is wrong with our j?5jt higher culture in all directions. 3j2li The sohools are discovering that the products of their advanced methods can neither spell nor write. Bible students are growing weary of the higher criticism and turning back to Milton and the fall of Lucifer to put the creation story in order. And, most alarming of all, well-known leaders of the liberal movement in thought and theology ara in a. naof lif.tia cmt-immar*a wrt4:V Aasil* other, which discourages the hope of letting brotherly love continue along the pleasant lines they had set up. Some things, hewever, even in our per turbed educational systems, seem likely to become fixed. One of the interesting stories touching their advanced methods with the untrained mind presents the case of a small girl who was given tor correction, as to facts and construction, samples of English that ran thus: 'The hen has three legs. Who done it P* iraaung ner perioas alter me mosi appro...
Humour. HE PROTESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Humour. HE PEOTESTED. XIJKHE tramcar was crowded. A sharp dKrlo faced man sat sidewise, with his ijg^s legs spread wide on the seat. A short man, who had no seat, stood up near him. ?I protest against this maiming and smashing the heads and creaking the bones of so many people on the football field 1' said the sharp-faced man, ' I pro test against it 1' ?Whos been doing of it?' said the short man sharply. ' Why, they have !' exclaimed the sharp-faced man, .spreading himself a little wider. 1 Who have P' demanded the Bhorfc man, glaring at the sharp-faced man. ? The football players ! That's who !' was the response. ' Who have they been doing it to, I'd like to know ?' cried the short man, as Mia in.* rvmniind a. p.nrvA a.ti-) fltCTinor him with a bump against the protester. ' Who kave they been doing it to ?' ' To— er — ah— why, et-r-r — to them selves,' replied the sharp-faced man, drawing in his legs a little. ? Oh, thoy have, eh ?' sneered the short man. 'They did it to themselve...
The Miners' Accident Relief Fund. PROVISIONS FOR SMALL MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
The Mlnsrs' Accident Rails! Fund PROVISION FOR SilAM. MlXE9. The provisions of tlie Miners' Acsidont Relief Act are applicable to all mine* employing fifteen or more persun.i, and in such cases contributions by otrners aud by employees are eompulsary. It may not, however, be generally known that by tlie Amendment Act, which was passed during tho last session of Parliament, it is possible for the em ployees of smaller mines to avail them selves under certain conditions of t'sio benefits which the fund provides. Tho employees of two or more mines may now amalgamate under one representative committee, provided that in the aggre gate such miues employ not less tu.an fifteen, persons. Thus a small mine emp^iug two or niois persons may combine witn. one at which fifteen or more -persons are em ployed; or any number of mines, none of which singly employ tho statutory m.ru ber, may amalgamate, provided the total employees be not leas than fifteen. This provision practically ul-,:C3s the ben...
Naturalist. ANIMALS THAT WILL NOT DIE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Naturalist, ANIMALS THiT WILL NOT DIE. ^np^NIMALS differ greatly in their £jybu resiBt&nce to mortal injury and ifflf in their ability to repair damages. Even some of the most highly organised are mush favoured in this respect. Deer and antelopes have often bean shot through the heart, and even had bullets lodge there, and yet have sur vived to be killed at last by some much less important wound. J.V 10, uunuviu, nuiuug I/UO lOWvT Classes of animals, by which is meant those of inferior orgaaisation, that the really ro markable eximples of ability to resist what elsewhere would be fatal injuries are to be looked for, and they are dua '0 the possession either of a very simple structure, or, in creatures of complex structure, to having a very low type of nervous syBtem and sluggish circulation. MuLTll'LICiTION JBT MUBDBB. You may divide a centipede or a worm (if you do it judiciously) into several pieces and eaoh will throw out a new head and become a new animal ; but you neod ...
Lucerne in the Argentina. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Lucerne in the Argentina. From Argenlino a s!rong eompefitorin the markets of tho world against Austra lia, comes a lessou which may provo of very groat interest to farmers and graziers of our stnto, particularly those who have properties in tho vicinity of the Lnchlan Uiver and its estuaries. Mr. B. W. Suow, tho Uuitc-d States Commissioner, is the medium through wmesi t:io inior mation is received, and as this gentleman has had every opportunity of obtaining positive proof the facts niuy be taken a* thoroughly authentic. As an illustra 1 ration of tho information, Mr. Suo-.v gives a description of the w.ork done liy a Mx, Miles, a transplanted Englishman. On the place procured by this gentlomn;i there ar6 2,000 acres originally undor coarse native grass. In 18S8 a start was made putting in lucerne, and continual each yoar a liHle at a time until now 1,500 of the 2,000 acres are in lucerno pasture. Iu seeding tii3 pasture tho usu of the land was not lost for a single yoar. us on eac...
Our Supplement. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Our Supplement. With this isfue we prosent to our sub scribers a full and liberally illustrated account of the 1 loyal Conimonwoalth Show. The production is somewhat Into, but our subscribers will readily under stand that such a production as that- jire c«ufrtrl nnniwit-. hi- !ri ,f nuf. Iiiirriodi v. We hope that it will give sntisf action aud bo t.ho niunns of recommending our journal as well as cause our ooustitnieuta to ap preciate o'ir endeavour to keep pace with the times.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
SVTO17XC7E3 I WILL BE COMMENCED IN THIS J0UENAL NEXT WEEK A FASCINATING SERIAL STORY By WALTER WOOD, Author of ' A Captain in the FusilierB* and other novels of popular repute. IN THIS STORY, Bytlie9.I5Expressi Mr Wood reaches a high point of excel lence in mystery weaving. Clue after clue suggests itself without unravelling the plot, until in the end the bewilder ment is naturally and simply accounted for. Ijj^' This Story has not hitherto beca published in Australasia. We have secured the copyright, and are able to assure out readers of a capital sample ot High-Class Fiction.
[?]udal. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Cudal. .(From our Correspondent.') The weather f --r the last few days nas been very oppressive, nearly up to mid summer temperature, but to-day a wel oojne cha-age took place, and about 7 o'clock a thunder storm passed rover and a nice shower of rain fell, I do not know liow many .points were registered, bu presumably about 50. The long continued spelt 01 dry weather has considerably retarded thu progress of ploughing, not owing to the harduess of the land, but scarcity of water, manv farmers having to utilise the forenoon in driving their stock to water, or carting it to thom; or carting it for domostic supplies. It is the loigest anl severest drought that has bean felt in this district for many years, there being a combined scarcity of grass, water, fodder, etc., a proof that these kinds of years occur but seldom in this district when farmers will sell out all their stuff, and leave themselves short of forage to face what might culminate in a most disastrous winter. There are two...
General News [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Csneral Haws- ' In a Trent dist-uctive fire at Inverell Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilson were burnt to -loath. A. fire occurred on 21st inst in London which occasioned over £2,000,000 worth of damage. An item of news that will intsrest coun ty visit -r* i-- 'hi discnv. r/ of plague nl the Sydney Zoo. Some of the wal« Iftbws and other animals have been at tacked with bubonic plague, and tha Zo-- has h-.id to be shut iu consequence for a time. T'le secretary of tho Mount Shorter Syndicate (says tha 'Western Advo i.'ntfl,') received oh Siturday from Cockle Greek the returns of the parcel of 12J l-m; of ore dflsp-ilched for salr The ro turns were : 1 1 tons went lOoz. Sdwts. p:-r ton, and 1 % tons yielded at the rate 26 oz. 8d\vt3. ] Ogi-s. per ton. This return -lightly exceeds the yield from the 10^ tons sout away six weeks ago. Tho anti-war petition came before the Euvstville Council on Friday night, and rasoivnd, amid great oheering, to ad journ for five minutes. The petition was ? ? - t-iken ...
The Markets. FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
The Markets, FoDDKlt. . Atltfdtiri auctions oa Monday last tho fallowing prices were reiized. — Chaff : Ch.vixti.in, R-.ighm, passed; Murray, Brewonglo, ofi ; fi; uuders, Bafhurst, 4a 2d to 4s 3d ; Pr.atley. Kolso, 4s 9d,j 4s 8.i, and 4s 'Jd ; BiicMey, Brewongle, 5s ; Ci'ees, Newbridge; straw, 4s 9d ; hay 'is Cd ; Prescott, Milthorpo, 5s 6d. Luc--iu i : Htus-, Portli,6-i 8tl aud passed. Outcin hay: f.Im r.13% .Bi-ewongle, 7s i Straw, 4 s ; Crces, No wb ridge, 5s 6d. Chaff, 5s 8:1- Rye straw : Head, New bridge passed. Wheaten, 3s 9d. Der rick straw : Cosgrovo, Kaglan. 4s 3d and 3s 7d;Pratley, Kelso, 3s Od. Bundle straw : McMillan, Bathurst, 4a Id ; Davi son, llaglan, passed, Stock. At Homobusb on Monday. — Sheep.— 21,000 wore yarded. The market was unaltered. Best wethers brought from 15s; good from 13s; in ferior 7s. Best owes from 12s; good Drum 10s; medium 8s; inferior 5s. Lambs. — Short supply of lambs ; priced 'unaltered- Best 10s; go;-d 8s; inferior 5s. Cal tie.— 1 420 cattle w...