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SHOWING HER TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
SHOWING HER TEETH. Dr Saunderson, the blind professor of mathematics at the University of Cam bridge in the beginning of the eighteenth century, being one day in a large oom pany, remarked of a lady who had left the room, and whom he had nevisr before mot, nor even heard of, that she had very fine teeth. Tkey asked him how he had discovered this, for it happened to be true. 'I have no reason,' said the professor, ' to believe that the lady is a fool, and I can think of no other motive for her langhing incessantly as she did for a whole hour together.'
Something for the Common Ranger. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
Somcthlns for tlie Common Ranger. We arc informed on most reliable authority that numbers ot stock which are supposed to be 03cupying rented paddocks adjacent to tl.o local common] ,'iro regularly depastured on tho common.' The manner of it is said to bo that tho stock (/)0 or 00 head) are driven to water in tho tnnrninrr n;i,t liaviair roamed the common (1 tiring tho day are returned to thc-ir paddock in the night. We hope the Ranger will take necessary action, or report the matt or to t'10 trustees that tii^y might take steps to prevent those encroachments.
Railway Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
Railway matters. We are indebted to Air. W. Bassott, per the secretary of the local Railway League, for tho following information in reference to the progress of tlie survey of the Grogra-Cowra railway. — '? Colonel Parrot, the surveyor engaged in survey, iug the Cowrt-Gregra li^ht line, called on me last week and gave a very hopeful report of his progress so far. Ha ]ias | completed the survey to Oaky Creek, and this portion has been approved of by (he department ; ue u its aiso l-eacnea as tar as what is known hero as Crampton's Gap, and will bo sending a report in re to the department tin's week fur approval ; so we may expect to hear of hini survey ing on through Messrs. Lawrence's and Craven's properties within a fortnight. He anticipates having the lull survey complete! within two mouths. His diffi culties have been great up to the present, his instructions being hard and fast as to grades. So far he has succeeded in keeping practically on the surface, hav ing no cutting excee...
Cricket Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
Cricket Meeting, A meeting of cricketers is advertised in this issue for Saturday next at Mr. J. Marshall's Hotel, tho object, wo under stand, being to arrange for tho return of several matches in Canowindra As tho season is now drawing to a close it is necessary that this should be done im mediately, and so give the club a clean sheet with which to commence the 19U3 season.
Grand Ball at Woodstock. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
Grand Ball at Woodstock. 'Come and trip it as you pro. On the light fantastic toe.' MriTox. j Tn this issue is advertised grand nbiin and fancy dress ball to he hold it Wood-., stock on Monday 2Gth inst, and from pro-, sent, indications the efforts of tho oier cretic secretary Mr. G. W. Jlammeiid are i-lrolv to be fullvannrficiated. The host of music, is to be provided and visitors are j promised an exceptional iiiglit's- enjoy ment. Admission per xickot Till be double 5s single 3s- and the entertain ment will commence punctually at 8 p.m.
MUD STAINS ON BLACK CLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
MUD STAINS ON BLACK CLOTH, Blaok oloth and mud stains are not always so willing to part company au might be wished. After it has been found that brushing is not sufficient, rub the remaining traces of the mud with the raw surface of a cut potato. The potato is not the only thing iu the way of kitchen Biipplies that is used for clean ing. Bome personB there are who inaiBt. that there is nothing so good for restore ing silk as plenty of strong, cold, black; tea. The silk is sponged over the outsida with the tea ; then pressed. Strong coffee, it is eaid, is a fine £uid in which to wash alpaca.
NOVEL PINCUSHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
NOVEL PINCUSHIONS. PinouBhions in novel forms are among the attractions now to be found in the shops, and these dressing- table accessories are masquerading as cats and dogs in varionB attitudes. The cotton wool animals are somewhat diminutive, but are deadly cute, and have found favour, especially with those seeking for novelties for the girl or boy on the eve of departure for boarding school or college. The cats are grey and white, or speckled, and the dogs are interesting specimens repre senting: household favourites. True Thoughtfulness. — Englishman (to Scotchman, who has hooked a big fish) : ' Be careful, Sandy, be careful !' Sandy ' Dinnafash yersel', my monny. It's no the fmh I'm thinking about — it's ma twa-and-saxpenny flee 1' Stranger : ' Boy, can you direct ma to the nearest bank P' Boy : ' I can for a shilling.' Stranger : ' A shilling ! Isn't that high, pay r Boy : ' Yes, sir ; but it is bank directors what gits high pay.'
Ladies' Column ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A YOUNG GIRL'S DRESS AND CHILD'S COAT [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
I Ladies' Column original London letter 1 Bt ME3 STRANGE BUTSON. (All Eighth Resebved.) A YOUNG GIBL'S DBESS AND CHILD'S COAT JHT^JKHICH will serve for early spring 'a^Jygp, or late winter are useful ba a/MfeWs cause they will be wearable duriBg this intermediate season of toilette that exists until all the spring novelties declare themselves. I give you, therefore, a costume for a girl from twelve to fifteen years of age, which you must use for vour own discretion to trim with fur or rouleaux of velvet according to the ' requirements of the weather March will bring with it. There is much in the way girls are dressed at 'the awkward age' to remedy the look of UBgainliness that very' often troubles them. Therefore, j whilst they are growing, which they often do very fast during these years, they need Bpecial attention to their health and de velopment, for on the care now taken de pends so very much their future nice or inelegant appearance. Girls should have dancing lessons from the ...
NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] By the 9-15 Express, [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER II—(Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
[?] [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED ] By tlie 9-15 Express, By Walter Wood, Author of ' A Captain in the Fusiliers/ ' Barrack and Battlefield,' &c., &c. [ALL EIGHTS BESEEVED.] CHAPTER II— (Continued) Mr Bryden slept but poorly. The hag was not the softest of pillowB, and the 9 15, as the guard had Eaid, travelled un steadily. Darkness bed quite fallen when he sat up in the middle of the seat nnd yawned. ? What a wretched thing it is to have to travel at my time of life,' he said. ' I ought to have a body oi iron and nerves ot steel to stand all this strain. It would kill me in a year if I didnt get tree ot it next October. It's all the worse for me when I think of that big Beldon wallow ing in a heap of feathers, covered with a thin Bheet only, and his bedroom window yawning open. Why, that's heavenly compared with this little hole. Then that confounded lamp shines as if it would bore a hole through my head. Hang it, I'll , get up and have a turn on the corridor and a loek out ...
BECAUSE [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
BECAUSE— 1 Because I love you — I have left the old. A newer and a fuller life is mine, Grown larger with the largeness of my love. Racfuiea 1 lovad vmi— n.11 thincrn Viaaa And mean Henceforth I put aside, au not of you ; The nobtoand the true alone are yours. Because I loved you — I shall seek the good — The good in all men ; and throngh you shall find All goodnesB, by the touches of my love. — M. L. Bossell.
Cudal A. and P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
Cudal A. and P. Society. The following letter has been received by Dr. A. Ross, M.P., in reply to an ap plication forwarded by him : — Department of Mines and Agricul ture, Sydney, 30th April, j902. D;ite of i letter under renlv : - a.'.trl Ami 1000 Subject: — Asking that tho- sum of £l5oi be placed on the next Estimates for im proving the Pastoral and AgvicuU'irni S ciety's Ground^ ot Cudal. Reply. — 1 lie application will be considered with ( there after (he estimates have been pas sed, and it is seen what funds have been provided for such purposes. — D, McLach i-ax, Under Secretary.,'
New Postal Regulation. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
Hew Postal Regulation. In connection with letters addressed to persons at hotels, and hotel-keepers re taining them at their establishments for long periods, 83Ction 37. of the Common wealth Post and Telegraph Act requires that any telegram; or- postal nrt.ich: ad dressed to any pierson at any inn, hotel, or lodging-house which is not delivered within one month lifter its receipt bv the ? ? ? v ? 1-T.1- i ? ? 1 i ji - uuuupioio \jj. ouuu cBLuiiuBumtJotj snail in the absence of instructions to the contrary from the person forwarding the letter, be returned to the letter-carrier or to the nearest post office. This Act also pro vides for a penalty r_f £5 for any wilful omission or failure to comply with this matter.
RABBIT DISTRICTS. RABBIT DISTRICT OF CAR[?]AR. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
RABBIT DISTRICTS. Rabbit District of Caw o ah. That part of the Eastern Division of the State, as defined under the Crown Lands Act of 1884, comprising the lands included within the boundaries of the Sheep District of Carcoar, as notified by proclamation dated 27th January. 1885. and published in the Government Gazette of 28th January, 1885, under tho pro visions of the Diseases in Sheep Act of 1866, now consolidated by the Stock Act, 1901. lne name ot tne Knout jjoara tor such Rabbit District shall be the Carcoar Rabbit Board, and the office of the Board shall be situated at Carcoar. Rabbit District of Molong. That part of the Central and Eastern Divisions of the State, as defined under the Crown Lands Act of 1884, compris ing tlie lands included within the boun daries of the Sheep District of Molong, as notihed by proclamation dated 31st January, 1888, arid published in the Government Gazette of 3rd February, 1888, under the provisions of tho Diseases in Sheep Act of 1866, now con...
POETRY. TO ALMA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
POETRY. TO ALMA. When first I saw fair Cynthia's face And marked ber form of blender grace, I thought her beauty Cupid's prize, . And so I loved her — with my ejeB. When Luoia's-silv'ry voice I heard, I found a charm in ev'ry word ; Her songs could move to tender tears, Anil knnr T 1, „„ | -*»« 1 When Celia's wit my Bpirits cheered, How much it her to me endeared 1 In each remark I balm did find, And well I loved her — with my mind. But when thy tender soul I knew, And learnt how pure and fair and true It was, I banished their vain art, And loved thee, sweet, with all my heart.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
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Onions. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
Onions. As the prepent, though a little late, is a good time of the vpbt to sow onion seed, some effort, should be made to grow, at least, a sufficiency for home use. The ground should be thoroughly well cleaned of weeds and deep-rooted grasses, for the onion abominates any plants growing about it, particularly when it is young. During its growth fiom the seed until it ripens its bulb, the ground should be kept free from weeds. Use farmyard manure, rotten if possible, without stint, and mix it. well with the soil. Make the surface of the soil as fine as you can, and sow the seed about half an inch deep in drills if von can manage it, at any rate, not more than an inch at the most. The drills may be from 9in. to 1ft. 3in. to 18in. aport. If very large specimens aro required, adopt the widest distance, and thin out gradually.
Marriage. LOVETT—ROLFE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 9 May 1902
Marriage. LOYETT— ROLFE. On Wednesday last at her parent's residence, West Cowra, Miss Marion Rolfe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rolfe, was united in marriage to Mr. Percy Lovott, watchmaker, Cowra. the Rev. R. Seymour Smith officiating. The bridosmaids were Missep Maud and Minnie Rolfe, and Mr. Fred. Whitaker as best man. Th»re was a largo attend ance of friends, and the house was taste fully decorated with flowers and greenery for the occasion. After the ceremony a sumptuous wedding breakfast was par taken of, when the toasts of the bride and bridegroom, and parents of the bride, wero proposed, duly honored, and respon ded to. Dancing was indulged iu by the company i.iitil midnight, when the happy couple took their departure by train on the honeymoon tour. Following is a list of presents re ceived from a number of friends — Bride- groom, clock ; Father of Bride, dining table ; Mother of Bride, house linen and kitchen utensils ; Miss Lizzie Rolfe, silver cruet; Misses Hottie and E...