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Ladies' Column. ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A DAINTY TAILOR-MADE COSTUME [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Ladies' Column. ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER Br MES STRANGE BUTSON. (All Bights Reserved,) A DAINTY TA1L0B-MADE COSTUME £fg$ always useful, and gives a well glgj dressed appearance to anyone, therefore the wardrobe of those who have to study economy with the best taste in effect, should never be without such a drsBB. Weather must be such a potent factor in our choice of daily attire, that it is a little difficult to make al selection of models that will neither look too light for really cold days, nor too wintry for the frequent mild ones hum comw. ii wuuiu uuiy du h ropeuuuu to remind my kind readers of what I have, so often written, about dressing suitably to the weather and the day, but there is no great harm in doing bo, for to follow Buch advice means very often an avoid since of over-heating or chill which would be harmful to health. For a costume such as the one above, cloth is, of course, the most suitable material, as it 1» cer tainly the moBt elegant. To enable this costume to s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Death. The death is briefly announced by wire from Western Australia of Mr. Christian Hansen, a resident of the Canowindra district for some few years, and faVhef of Mrs. R. Swindle-, at tho ago of 70 years. Mr. Hansen had been in Western Aus tralia for some two years, and had been ill for about four weeks before his de mise. We extend our sympathy to his bereaved daughter and grandchildren.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ways of Living. MONEY-SAVING CONTRIVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Ways of Lirinjj. ! MONEY-SAYING CONTRIVANCES. ] £3KACK and I have commenced house iolp keeping in real, dead earnest. We g found in Suburbia a nice little villa wherein we have plaoed {to best advantage, and make the moBt of, the wedding- gifts presented to us by relatives and friends. I can confide in you, dear Diary, how I wish we had been given a few less glass and silver jam dishes and five o'clock tea services 1 Annf Kollv cant wapA fhaf oho nnn'M spare a gift only to the value of a guinea. 8he said that it was to be bought after the honeymoon, and should be my own choosing. Now, wasn't that sensible P Mother called to-day. She made her entrance behind the greengrocers man, who was bringing in two hundredweight of coal id sacks ; whereupon ensued a long lecture on economy. Dp yon know the difference between real and false economy, my Diary P Well, false economy was personified by the greengrocers man with a sack of coal on his back, mother says. I had better put down here my pl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Tattersall"s" Prohibition. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Tiis - T-Uiersall's' Prohibition. ihe Premi'sr of Tii-mrttiia, Mr. Ij^wis, j as reoeiveil tbe following cable from Mr. iai'toi), under date Saturday last. — ' Ro 1 firing to your letter of the lOfh, I regret 'hot I cannot comply with your re quest to suspend the operation of the ' lotico regarding 'Tattersall' until the Miestioncan bo finally considered by the Tigh Court, We should not have taken the action complained of had we uots&tis- iod ourselvos as to its constitutionality. 1 1 order that the revenue returnable to ,rou State may be protected as far as is ?ompatible with the duty we owe to the public of the Oonluionwealth. we intend, if finally our action is held to be uncon- - stitutional, to ask Parliament to vote a 1 sum which would cover the estimated loss I to your revenue through prohibition be tween the end of March &ud the date of_j such decision.' |

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Football. . 1/1 tliis issuo a meeting of persons desirous of forming a football club in Canowindra is called to take place al Mrs. Denrtis' Hotel at 8 p.m. on Satur day evening noxt. A good meeting is anticipated, and should a club be fovmed it is intended that practice will commence almost immediately. Mr. J. B. Nefliand is secretary pro. tem., and those unable to attend the meeting would be wise to haml their names to that gentleman.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Amended Spelling. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Amended Spellings j This pnragraf shows tho best l'sesult yet r.ttaind by the filological scolars in America and England iu their endevor to reform the spc-ling of a larg number of English words. The changes sug gestd nr in the wa of simplifying the fcpeling-, removing redundencies, and mor plainly indicating tho pronunciation of words. This cliang in the spelling of our language has the suport Of a very Wg liumbr of the most lemd men in America and England.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Good District. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

A, Good District. I The drought broken by the recent rains, had been protracted, though tak ing- it as a -whole the district of Cano windra had but little to complain of but for the dryness of the feed and tlie possi bility of fires. In almost all 'directions generous and inexhaustible springs of splendid water are to be found, which have proved a .great boon to adjacent settlers. Mr. Joseph Jones, of Nyr&ng i-'reett, is tlie rorhmate possessor of rtne of these springs, and one which during | the drought has been the means of sav ing his neighbors from monetary loss as well as loss of stock. At the swing some hundreds of large stock as well as shenn were watered daily without having the slightest effect upon the quantity of 'vater. Mr. Jones is to be, congratulated upon its possession. Messrs. 'Dinkey .Brps. of. South Mogong, have also' ail exhaustible .supply of water iii a we\j only 12/feot deep, which, it Is': stated; it almost impossible .to -empty.- . Messrs. Breeniircf...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Preparing for Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Preparing for Crops. Plouglhrig operations are at present almost general in this district, amongst those to take time by the forelock beiiig Mr: W. Bassett and Mr. W. Halliday, the latter of whom has a good area at present under wheat.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personalities. THE FOREIGN SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Personalities. THE FOREIGN SECRETARY. X^5-ORD Lansdowne was one of Mt -j| 4/2 Gladstone's young men, and the G.O.M. thought highly of his ability — so highly that when Lord Lansdowne left the Liberal party Mr Gladstone sent his lost supporter to Canada as Governor-General. Ten -of the best years of Lord Lansdowne's life have been lived outside the United King dom, and he knows the great centres of E mpire better than moBt mgn in public life. From his thirty-eight to forty eighth year he represented the Queen in Canada and India, and bis experience as the first man in those countries must have been worth putting into a book. From the New World Lord Lansdowne 1 went to the Old ; on December 10th, I 1888, he took effice as Viceroy of India. It was during his office that India was made secure and a drastic scheme of mili tary organisation carried out. Lord Lansdowne had behind him at Calcutta the man who is at the head of the Army to-day, and be and Lord Roberts worked together with ben...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LUCKY DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

A LUCKY DREAM. Mr Horace G. Hutchinson has written book on ' Dreams and their Meanings,' full of curious facts and uncanny experi ences, gathered from many sources, The following story was told him by a Mr Brighton, and is corroborated by an in dependent witness : — ' I owned a thirty five ton schooner, and in August, 1876, in very calm weather, I dropped anchor in the Thames at the north shore, opposite Grave sand, as it was impossible to get to the other side, there being no wind. Towards morning I found myself lying awake in my cabin, with the words ring ing in my ears. ' Wake,»wake — you'll be run down !' I waited a few moments, then dropped off to sleep, but was awakened by the same words ringing in my ears. Upon this I leiBucely put on some clothes and went on deck, and found the tide rushing past very swiftly, and that we were enveloped in a dense fog. I paced the deck once or twice, then went below, undressed, got into my berth, and fell asleep, only to be again wakened by t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRELAND'S LAUREATE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

IRELAND'S LAUREATE. Aubrey de Vere, the aged poet, who I walked and talked with Wordsworth, and I was Tennyson's intimate friend for fifty t years, died lately at his home, Curragh i Chase, Limerick, at the age of 88 The - venerable ' Laureate of Ireland ' as Aubrey de Vere was frequently called, was a Trinity College man ; and in 1843 published ' The Search After Proserpine,' an imitation of the Greek style. Between the years 1846 and 1849 be gave up letters, and devoted himself to relieving the miseries that afflicted Ireland. In 1851 he joined the Roman Church, which he ever after seiveft with the proverbial zeal of a convert. After his conversion it became his ambition to illustrato Irish annals, and contribute to religious poetry. ' Legends of St. Patrick,' ? Lsgende of Ireland's Heroic Age/ ' Legends of Saxon Saints/ ' Irish Odes and other Poems ' are a few of his works of that time. He never had to enter into the struggle for existence, but spent his time in seclusion amongst...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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That Strange [?] Old House, [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

That Strange - - - - Old Eouse, By JANET A. McCULLOCH, Author of 'The Laird of Orm'e/ 'A Strange Wedding Morning,' &c. [A.LL RIGHTS liESEEVED] ? T« ? fvT was a bright September morning and we were all in the breakfast ? room at Heatherdyke. Elizabeth, in her favourite ohair by the as yet tireless grate, was reading the newspaper. Coristina, at the window, with the beat light was touching up her last water colour sketch, and I, at tho other window, was doing nothing in particular. I was thinking gloomily that in three weeks, or less, we should -have to leave dear old itnfl n.s rftfc WA hn.H fninnd %\t* suitable house. Suddenly Elizabeth looked up with a little cry of delight ? Listen, girls,' she said, excitedly, * here is jnst the very thing for ub, what 'we thought we should never find,' and she read rapidly : ' To let, by the year or on lease, a com modious house in the old town of Aber deen. There are three public rooms, fi ve bedrooms, kitchens, servants' accomoda tion, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] A Parcel of Mistakes, [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER II.—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

[?] flL Iffih [NOW FIESr PUBLISHED.] \|W A Parcel of Mistakes, i ^ By Mrs. Robert Jogelyn, A K* P\)fc Author of ' Drawn Blank,' &c„ &c. J [ALL EIGHTS EESEBVED.l CHAPTEB II.— ^Continued ) And she was a very pretty girl too, now he really looked at her ; and she had per haps been a good deal admired in her home in the country, so no doubt it 'was annoying to be overlooked. Only looking at the question from his point of view, her presence in the house was an infliction, and sho could not expect him to admire a little countrv erirl. Still he was Borry if he Bad been rude. And he was on the point of saying some thing to this effect when he glanced sud denly up and said * Well ?' in a half resentful, half-amuBed tone of voice. He frowned slightly, and then smiled. She mix ht only be a little country girl, and her constant presence might be rather an infliction, but when she glanced up like that she was decidedly attractive. ' You evidently think me rather a boor, Mies Smit...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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ANY KIND! [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

ANY KIND i Through the world together — Foes as well as trienda ; Any kind «' weather That tbe good Lord sonde ! Sorrow well in tether — Joy shall make amends ; Any kind o' weathor That the good Lord sends ! Storm that wafts the feather Still the broad oak bends ; Ever mors the weather That the good Lord sends ! Faithful still together Till life's morning ends — Any kind o' weather That the good Lord send !

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Hon. E. W. O'Sullivan. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

The Hon. E. W. O'SulIlwan. During his tour of inspection in con nection with the Molong-Peak Hill via Cumnock railway the above gentleman was liberally feted by those persons most interested and again at Peak Hill. He stated amongst other things that he had, since he had been in office travelled 42,000 miles, having visited almost all productive centres. He believed in opening up the country by light lines of ? -1 ? TT. T ? J — IS railtrnTR Railway. ii« iiuu upcucu »» * -- —,j ' and 16 tramways, and had others in course of construction. He considered Cumnock district quite entitled to a rail way. as it would give cheaper and better access to market and in times of drought would be Jinvaluable for the transport of starving stock. He was favorably im pressed with Cumnock, and he would see that it got a greater share of public money than it had in the past. After leaving Peak Hill tho Minister continued his journey to Forbes, where he was welcomed by an assemblage of about 1000 persons...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Crown Lands for Sale. TO BE SOLD ON 23RD MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Crown Lands for Salo. To Bb Sold ok 28rd Mat. At the Molong Lands Office on 23rd May, the fallowing land also a number of town lots -will be offered at auction : — ,, Portion 24, 134a, upset price per acre £1 7e, County Aahhurnhnm, parish Cano modine. About, 30 mile's southerly of Molong and 9 miles southerly of Cargo, fronting the left bank of Canomodine Creek adjoining T. C. Loves conditional lease portion 22 on the south and west, ana noun or if. VJashin-# conditional lease portion 19. Reserve 33,527 from sale other than auction. Upset price includes value of Crown improvements. Within Canowindra Gold-field. Portion 125, 29a, upset price £1 16s 6d per acre, parish Collet. About 40 miles Eoutherly of Molong and 3 miles westerly of Canowindra, north of . and adjoining W. Robinsons portion 5, and southerly of A. Feguson's conditional purchase por tion 63. Reservo 33,437 from sale other j than auction. Upset price includes value of Crown improvements. Within Caao windra Gold-field. J...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Woodstock Items. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Woodstock items. The Weathek. — Ot Wednesday laBt after the very severe wind and dust storm had abated, slight showers ol cool refreshing rain fell, and later on during the night, a good downpour of rain was predicted by those conversant -with the local climatic changes.' This proved 'cor- rect, rain commencing to fall about 1 1 p.m., and continuing till Thursday morn ing, when it was found that 66 points nad fallen. The remainder of Thursday was very cool and more rain~wns pie dictod. This prediction was also* cor rect, as the mail train from Cowra. e.30 loaded -with passengers on trip to the Sydney Show was ushered into our station through a very heavy fnll of rain. This Tain continued all day Friday, ac companied by a bitterly cold 'wind. Jrid&y was indeed a ' Good ' Friday to ?-he people of our district, ae the want of rain throughout had become a sprious matter. Ploughing operations will now commence in earnest, and the jovial farmer, who a few weeks back held faint hop...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POETRY. THE TIME TO SING [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

POETRY. THE TIME TO SUM m' only w^Bn the bud Bhines Thy heart iB strong P mr on'y when the birds sing We hew thy gong P ^ n! 8W6e'! singer, it is when Clouds are threatening, m the birds hare ceased their oarols That thou shouldst sing.

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 — 4 April 1902

FOR PRIVATE SALE. THE Stock, Furniture, and Good Will of the — MINERS' ARMS HOTEL. For Full Particulars apply to the Proprietress. L. DENNIS. Canowindra. Canowindra Federal Stores William Pendali, GROCER, CONFECTIONER, FRUITER, AND GENERAL DEALER IN COLONIAL PRODUCE. High test price given for BUTTER and EGGS. £3*Very best brands of groceries kept In stock, at cheapest possible rates. Try THE STAR For Job Printing. W. H. ATKINSON, BUILDER & UNDERTAKER, CANOWINDRA. II LL classes of Building material, Gal **? vanised Iron, and Glass on hand at lowest Prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF WORK. Funerals Conducted to any part of the District THOS. BREEN. WOOL AND PRODUCE BUYER, CANOWINDRA. IS prepared to buy for Cash, Woo[ Hides, Sheepskins, and Furs of even kind, also Tallow and Horsehair in any quantity, SAVE MONEY AND SELL LOCALLY HAS on hand the Largest and Best Assorted stock of Saddles, Harness and every article in tho trade, D,B,N., having secured the services of...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mail Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 April 1902

Hail Contracts. The undermentioned mail contracts have been accepted and published in the Commonwealth Gazette;. — _ Orange, German's Hill, Me'dina, Cargo, | and Canowindra, via Belmore.— John W. j Hamilton, three times a week, coach and I two horses, £80 per annum. Orange, German's Hill, Medina, and Cargo. — JohnW. Hamilton, three times a week, 4-wlieeled coach, 2 or 3 horses, j £75 per annum. - j uargo, Aveuei, urannury, Auourn Vale, Bowen Park and Cudal, via Davy's Plains, three timet* a week. — Mrs. Ellen Gilchrist, £70 per annum. Canowindra and Cowra, three times a week. — Jeremiah J. Breen, £49 19s 6d. j Canowindra and Godlagong, by the River Boad, once a week. — W. J. Flana gan, £24 19s. Cauowindra and Eugowra, twice a week. — J. W. Forester, £39 17s 6d. Railway Station, Boronore and Post Offices, Borenore, Cheeseman'e Creek, Cudal, Toogong, Murga, Eugowra and Forbes, via the River Road between Eugowra and Southern Cross, six times a week. — Alfred E. Austin, £285 per aunuin....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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