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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
,, -Local factory IJEWSPAI'FK: The iC Oanowindra Star,' — a fair and impartial organ, vrhich 'lakns ho party 'side, *bn't strivos to give accurate in formn- %ion on all subjects ; a local pnpm which is entitled to tho (support of all woll *ishors of the district. IVCTIONEK-ifS. John Finn. Commercial Banking Company of 'Sydney, Limited. Manager — V. SjiatehforJ. BLAOKEinTHS AND WHEELWRIGHTS ^\ Ayrtofi ? ?tfO'Marka DR McDonald 'BUir.D'ERS 'W H Atkinson ?BAKERS &. Costello. BTJTOHERSr Xroodacre nnd Graham,. T. L. Kii'ldand HOTEL KFFTEH8 II Dwyer, Junction Hotel 3 K Marshall, Victoria Hotel BADDLBKB J B Ne-wland Atkinson Bros INSURANCE AGENCIES . Liverpool, ^md London and Globe Fire and Life. — JJFinn. ',.. ' . . 8TOBEH3EEPEE8 T.Finn J. Boya. W PendaU tINDE&T. AKERS JCMarka W Atkinson ; ?WOOL AKD PRODUCE BUYERS T Bnsen
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
festal and Telegraphic Information. Office Hours. Post Office open TJ a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph Office open 9 a.m. to 8p.m. ? Honey Orders, daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ' Savings Bank opon daily from 0 a.ru ?6 p.m. Postal Notes (Snlo 'of) durjr.g post office hours;- caeliiiig, during-, monoy order hours. Note.— -All offices are- closed during Borting.of mails from Sydney at 10.30 a.m. daily. Akmval of 5fAir,s. . $Vom Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, ttaily at l-r-5o a.m. Cowra Tuesday, Thursday and Satnr- , day at 1 a.m. Eugowra, Tuesday end Saturday a 4.30. '«Mn. 'Cargo, Tuosday, Thursday and Satin day at 1.30 p.ni. Walli andundurama, Wednesday aui Saturday at 1, p.m. Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwoocl and * Burdetf, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 p.m. Depahtubkot Mails. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily it '2.45 p.m Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 1 1 a.m. -Eugowra, Mtjnaayand Friday at 11. ^Cai-go,Monday(, Wednesday aud Fri dayat 8.30 a.m. 'Walli and Lj'ndburst, Monday aur...
General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
General Chat. Mr. S. P. Reynolds, of Burrawong, (says tho Holmg. Argwi), ia by far tho largest supplier to'ilolong District Dairy ing Co. Mr. Reynolds made provision for the di-y season, and stored up fodder in times of plenty. Hft- is now reaping the reward of his forethought. At the Molong Police Court last iveok, A. D. Eastmure, ehavged with drunken^ nesu pleaded guilty through his solicitor, Mr.-H. R. J- Holt. Mr. Holt said v« prohibition order was in force against his client, and he thought tho police were not doing what they might to prevent the grog being supplied. Sergeant Cnsack said Mr. Eaetmure had told me police he would continue1 to drink in defiance of the prohibition order, as ho would got the liquor from Sydnoy. The P.M. said the police were not expected to follow men about against whom prohibi tion orders were injorce. They would thereby be neglecting other duties. But, ? perhaps tho prohibited onea-were having the liquor brought to them by other people. However, if...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
£5O REWARD, 8-AID by' the Undersigned for informa . tion that will lead to the conviction . 10I any person STEALING CATTLE or SHEEP belonging to the Bangaroo or ConomodinoEnHK. : HAMILTON OSBORNE. .,-?'' ?? -,' ? J. M. ATKJ3STSON. CANGAfiOO Tar Tire Earmark ,. CattU JiO fc^-3 , Worses JJO SONOMODWE . ; * ' -'Sheep ]&- if ^ Cattlo OO Cv5- ./Horses -X- Aubrey Robinson, - - newsagent s/!i^- Fancy Caods //tV* Huslc *\ Book Seller. . B86t brands Pipes, 'Tcbaoco, Cigars snd Cigarettes always on hand at lowest Prices. ''? ? Agent for Mercantile Mutual Assu rance Sooiety and Atdierlcy ead Dawson Tea . Jt£ ecehnnts. Cudal Roller Flour Mill CAHSWSHBKA BKAECH. Wrseat Gristed in any quantity FLOUR, *** BltAX, & POLLARD, ALWAYS ON HAND ? *- L. KIRKLAMD, AGENT. Public Notice. ? : PHELPS~& CO., SGGTMAKE&S, ETC., CAKGWlfiDRA Atkinson Bros. Saddlery Mart. A Trial solicited. Repairs neatly and ?jhflapiy executed. : *r- JUNCTION HOT€L ^- CANOWI N I) E A, m ATT. DWYER PR...
NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER I.—MR. BRYDEN BEGINS HIS JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
^ — ^~ ? ^?-^^^i^___fi-i\ £NOW PrESr PUBLISHED.] By the 9-15 Express, By Walter Wood, Author of ? A Captain in the Fusiliers,' ' Barrack and Battlefield,' &c , &c. [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED.! CHAPTER I.— MB. BETDEN BEGINS HIS JOURNEY. 1 Now then, guard ! hurry up and un lock the door, or she'll go without me,' cried a little man who was tugging viciously at the door of a first- -class smok ing compartment in a corridor carriage attaobed to the 9.1,5 express. 'Do you hear f ' be bawled. ' The confounded thing's off without me — a thing that never happened before. By George, I'll sue 'em for damages ; I'll write to every newspaper in London, I'll expose the rottenness of the concern, I'll — Guard !' he shouted, in *? state of frenzy, leaving the door and making a move as if to rush to tl-e rear of the train. ' Guard ! ' Yes, sir,' said a voice behind the angry pasBenger. ' The very same compartment you had a week ago — number seventeen sixty, smoking.' The little man turned...
Pastoralists and Shearers Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Pastorallsts and Shearers Confar : - — ence. A conference between representatives of the Patstoralists aud Machine Shearers Unions was held during the week at tho Royal Exchange, -Sydney; the A.W.U. bad been asked. to send representatives to the conference, but had declined to do so, preferring to. have their demands dealt with by the Arbitration Court. The shearing agreement of 1894 was advo Pastoralists Union desired the agreement of 1891, 'That employers shall be free to employ, und shearers, shall be free to accept employment, whether belonging to shearers or other onions or not, with out favor, molestation, or untimidation oh either side,' was unanimously agreed to^ Glause 8 of the agreement enacting that the employer or liis agent should be arbiter in connection with the carrying out of the agreeniemj was eliminated, ? mutual agreement being decided upon. It was also decided that 'Shearers shall provide their owu cook, who, with his assistants, stall be subject to rule 12.' Ru...
Ladies' Column ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A WARM WALKING DRESS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Ladies' Column ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER Br MES STRANGE BUTSON. (All Rights Reserved.) A WARM WALKING DEESS ra very desirable thin? even. Whilst not wishing to embark on quite a new costume, there are various ways of having a medium thick gown rendered capable of resisting quite frost weather, as well as being suitable to early spring days. There are very few of us who can indulge in perpetually new f rocks, so it behoves us to study and thoroughly acquire the art of renovating and re modelling those we hare, not only to bring them up to date, but to make them useful for various occasions, and to look pre sentable as long sb we want them. With this object it is well to choose a material that will answer to turn if required, and this is not always possible with cloth, which is essentially a right and wrong sided texture. At the same time nothing is so suitable for winter wear as cloth in different varieties, and the costume in our illustration to-day is of that material, its sole trimmi...
Nyrang Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Hyrang Creek. (From a Correspondent.) Although we out hore are not very far removbj from civilization, still I think thore is a very great need for the forcible putting doiru of savagery in our midst. We hore havo for a considerable time suffered more or less from tho antics of bravos who destrov nronertv without tha slightest besd as to the trouble they are causing. This, however, can be tolerated, and has beeu suffered in silence for yeais but last week terminated that forbear ance, Ono day last week a chestnut horse, the property of Mr. Jao. Small, Seur., of Nyraug Croek came home with a kerosene-tin tied to its tail ; this was not considered a very serious affair. After having had tho tin removed the Jiorso was agaiu allowed to go and re turned later to its home in a horrible state. Some unbumau brutes had caught tiiu animal and burnt it in aa indiscrib a We manner. The whole of the underneath portion of the tail was severely burnt and the auiuiol seveiely and painfully injured ...
Sketcher. GUARDIANS OF OUR SEASHORES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Sketcher. GUARDIANS OF OUR SEASHOEES. »SJpOTTING the coastline of Britain 4\-M aro little open batteries of great 2^3K) resistive qualities, and equipped with guns of a range and power equal to those of a first-class battleship. The typical coast battery is only re lieved from being nothing in particular by an exceptionally thick seaweed parapet of concrete backed up by a long, sloping earthen embankment. Under this coyer the guns are loaded, and in a well-like structure at its base each gun's crew Ut&W U£J £IUB1L1UU WltU ULlilO W XtKtL uwm flying shells, though occasionally a ricochetting iplinter in war-time would claim its victim. - The open battery is adapted only for the most temporary occupation. It is supplied with none of the comforts of life, the nearest approach to furniture being probably the gun carriages — and even such a necessary requirement as a roof is dispensed with. Consequently anything approaching habitation in one of these workB would almost necessarily...
Ways of Living. PRINT AT ANY PRICE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Ways of Living. PRINT AT ANY PRICE PEOPLE. WTKHERE are a great numb»r of fooliBh ojjl'lo individuals in all parts of the (Zg^a world who are never happy unless they are continually 'seeing them selves in print. Notling deters them, and if ruthless editors Bend their effusions back with thanks, then they pay to hare them printed themselves. Ob the publication and advertising of a ' book often no inconsiderable outlay is ? required. But the amateur author is : quite happy and delighted if he of she! can but beBtow an autographed copy of i his or her book on every unfortunate! friend or acquaintance who is polite! enough to promise to read it. i One of these people whom the writer: was introduced to a month or so ago had had a thousand copies of his .book, printed I and bound at a eost of JE95. Alter great! exertion and much canvassing he had: succeeded in giving nearly two hundred: copies away. / ? Then a bright idea came to him. He sent a couple of copies, postage, paid, to as many p...
THE MOST VALUABLE WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
THE HOST VALUABLE WOOD. The very raroat wood is the calamander tree, of which there are known to be only nine specimens in tho world. They are on the island of Ceylon, where each tree, numbered, is under protection of the Governor. . ThoBe trees, says ' Locomotive En gineering,* the last of their kind on earth, are neiu aimooL m eoui^luud ?,o»w*o»ww **j the natives, who guard them as among their most eacred treasures. At .the Columbian ExDOsition there were five pieces of furniture of these ^excessively rare treeB. Toe exhibit was inBured for for 250,000 dollars. Not even the knags of the earth dare cut down any ot tho ninety calamanders, whose pricelesBuegB is tvt abov* that of a ruby mine. Allied to the ebony family, calamwder wood is of a dark, chocolate colour of exceeding richness and brilliancy, mot tled in a way almost indescribible.
Visit of Right Rev. Dr. Dunne. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Visit of Right Rev. Dr. Dunne. As previously announced iu those columns, the Foundation Stone- of the new Catholic Church buildiug will Im laid on Sunday, 1 Hh May, by the Right Rev. Di\ Dunne, B.C. Bishop of Bath urst. His Lordship will arrive in Cuno windra on Thursday, tho 8r.h, and will remain until the following1 Monday, during which tiino he will bo tlio gutisl, of Mr.T.Finii. The Bishop will on Friday aftenvoou nt '2 p.m. examine candidates who are to be confirmed during his visit. DiiVutions will be held on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 7.30., after which on the evenings mentioned confesses will be heard. Ou Saturday confessions will also be heard from 10 a.m. tu 1 1-.30 p.m., and from 2 to 5.30 p.m. Mays will bo celebrated on Friday and Saturday mornings at 7 and 7.30 a.m, and on Sunday at 7. 8, aud 1 1 o'clock a.m. After celebration of Mass at 11 o'clock liis Lordship will solemnly bless and lay, the Foundation Stone, after the performance of which ceremony ho...
TO THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
TO THE BUSY HOUSEWfPE. If you mast do your own nousewom have a neatly-fittin? house dr«3?T priLcess «tyle is the bost-raide with Sbo* sleeves gathered into bands which am ponc°aled bv narrow rofflw. Laer h,ve«gU«yefitt4unlofleevoSt»mmed SSrSSfeev^'Toa oa. -o about your work comfortably, aad yet have a dresty appeartaeeoojrerj euort not-ce. The colounof the ribbon ot the Gartsr is deep blue , o6 the Order of St. Andrew, green; of the Bath, ssarlet; and of St. Patrick, light blue. Never drink cheap sherry. Much of it comes from Hambur,;, is a vintage o£ the city, and owes much nioie to tne potato than to the grape. Visitor: 'Do you think the baby re sembles his pa?'' , . Mother : ' Oh yes ; he keeps me up late every night.'
Professor Wood and the War. THE VOICE OF EUGOWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Professor Wood and the War. THE VOICE OF EUGOWRA. On tbo receipt of the mail on Monday tho cablegram relative to the loiter by Mr. Wood in the Manchester Guardian caused some excitement and discussion. Had .Mr. Wood been a passongnr by the mail coach lie would very probably havo been auhjncted to some rather rough treatment, and been given a bath in the nourest horse trough, for ssvcral fine young men from this part who went to .South Africa lie on tho veldt, having given their lives for the Empire. A. movement is on foot to burn Mr. Wood's effigy, mid to send the account to Uio Manchester Guardian.
POETRY. A LAST LAMENT. [Found in the pockets of a man who recently committed suicide in New York.] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
POETRY. A LAST LAMENT. [Pound in the pockets of a man who recently committed suicide in New York.] DimeB and dollars, dollBre and dimes, An empty pocket is the worst of crimes. When a man is down give him a thrust, PuBh the beggar into tbo dust. When a man iu up lift him higher, Tour bouI is for sale, who is the buyer? No questions are asked of the rich, I trow, All that is urged for is how much now ; So join the Church, never forsake her, Learn to cant and mock your Maker. Be a liar, hypocrite, knave, or fool. But don't be poor. Remember tke rule. Dimes and dollars, dol'ars and dimes, An empty pocket in the wortfc of crimes. — W. K.
A Few Notes. WHEN RAIN IS TO FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
A Few Notes. fBv Gl'iz.1 Wjiejt itAiif is to Fall. Tho following shoul.l prove very Com forting to. our farmers and graziers and show them just exactly wlieu they are likoly to got the long-looked-for bene ficial downpour. Mr. Wragge said early this week : — ' It is a singular and most significant fact in commotion with the present drongut that alter a searching examination at the Oupemba Observatory tUpro was not the slightest indication of spots or other disturbance on the face of the sun. At this time this fact strongly supports our theory that tho drought is due in the main to inevitable physical laws attaching to solar influence, and that we cannot hope for any permanent break-up of the disastrous dry weather until the astronomical solar factors bo come favourable for a general downpour in connection with the Antarctic ice and its bearing on tbo dostribution of the atmospheric pressure over Australia.' IION'KST POLITICIANS. It is stated in Melbourne that there is now a majority...
A COON SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
A COON SONG. When de twilight am all faded An' de stare am shinin' bright, When de picanninies am aBleep An' tucked up for de night, Den I serenades ma lady love Wid banjo an' wid song, An' dis is what I sings to her As de moonlight streams along. Chobub. I loves you, ma honey, yes, I do, Me heart is all for you, you, you ; . Come be ma little wife, dear, Say you'll be mine for life, dear, Oh, say you will — oh, do, do, do. Her eyes shin' like de stars above, An' her teeth am white as pearls j Her face am black an' so'e her hair, She's de sweetest ob all girls. I wants her for ma very own, An' until I habs my way, I'll sing deeo loving words to her At de close ob everj day. Chords I loves you, ma honey, yes, I do, lie heart is all for you, you, yon ; Cocie be ma little wife, dear, Say you'll be mine for life, dear, Oh, say you will — oh, do, do, do. — Vkra Stuoket.
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Football. (By TopvEiGirr.) The first football march of the season was played on the Recreation Ground on Sunday afternoon last. A team had been selected between the married and single men, but ns the former did uot ill turn up they woro unable to play. How ever, Mes3rs. J. Ruo and C. Dawes, of the selection committee, thou set to work anil tonned a scratch march be tween tho boys, aud it was indeed a very eveiily contested game. Quito a crowd assembled ou the ground to witness the game. Mr. 8. H. Ho\vey acted as 'referee,' and gave entire satisfaction throughout, while Messrs. R. Ayrtou ami P. Gannon acted as boundary um pires- Following were the players — N. Clarke's team — J. Tpwusend, W. (ilyim, Jas. Newleud, J. Leu (lor, Wil liams, G. Makiu. J. Oostello, Richmond, W Grunt, F. (Jade, B. Newlaml, E. Jtobiiison, ami II. Clarke. II. Kyuier's team. — S- Simons, McCloskoy, N. Crano, T. Newlaud, D. Cobley, J. Galvin, L. Murray, 13. Sopp, 13. Murray, A. Keir, D. Flanagan, J. Jjovick, au...
Social Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Social Evening. In connection with tho recent opening of tho Presbyterian Church, a social evening organised by tho Bov. E. J. Thompson, Presbyterian Minister of the Cowra Parish, was held in the School of Arts Hall on Wednesday evening last, and must be written down as a pro nounced financial success. Tho pro gramme, as announced by tlw mastov of ceremonies consisted of 'a little music and singing, conversation and refresh ments, a little talking — a very Jittlo, and then the young poople were to bo al lowed to enjoy themselves.' There was a good attendance, and the finances of the building fund will be augmented to a great extent The hall was ? nicely decorated with greenery, and everyone apparently prepared to enjoy themselves. In opening. proceedings Rev. Mr. Thomp son said that a drawiug-room entertain ment had been held in Cowra. and tho hall had been crowded to its utmost capacity. He was introducing the same kind of entertainment iuco Canowindra, and promised if those presen...
Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
RalSway League. Thfi following letter has been received by Mr. iT. J. Finn, secretary of the local Railway League from Colonel T- S. Parrott, the 'surveyor engaged on the proposed CowT-a-Gregva rnilwav route. '' Dear Sir. — My camp is now located at a point near (mid to the east of) Mr. Ingham's farm Crnnbnry. Should any of the members of the league be passing (his way I sliall bo glad to see them. Yours faithfully, etc.'