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General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Gsncra! Ch3t. Rtock very poor. Cbw.mp entertain little hope of saving their flficks. Ntimbors killing weak sheep for their pelts. With tlie winter before them they coinider it wise to allow the shoop to die ;ui-] re-stoek when winter is over With fodder at present prices a sheep would consume its own valuo in short order, and then comfortably die, leaving its owner minus both sheep nod cash. Almost, all sheep in this district will hr.ve to ?,'t take their dunce,' and it is estimated that where scrub is scarce that chance is I iu 1000. A. Inraro number of large stock are beino- fpd on straw-chaff and uio'asies. The mixture -is 1 of molasses to 4 of water. Chaff m--ist»»ned with this mixture is said to be very 'nutritous. Mr. G. K. Mi nter has, we understand, adopted this method of feeding-, and \iro nounces it most satisfactory. A petition in reference to providing1 the Kurrajoug tanlcs with troughs and liumu has befin prepared aad is now ready for signature. At present it is an impo...
EATING LEMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
EATING LEMONS. A good deal has beeu said about the healthfulness of lemons. The latest advice how to use them so that they will do the most good, is as follows Most people know the benefit of lemonade before breakfast, bat few know that it is more than double by taking more at night also. The way to get the better of the bilious system without the ur« of medicines iB to take the juice of one, two, or three lemons, as appetite cravcs, in aB without sugar, before going 'to'feea in^ruS morning, on rising, at least half an hour beforo _ breakfast, take the juioe of one lemon in a tumbler of water. This will clear the system of bile with efficiency, without any of the weakening effects of drugs. People should not irritate the stomach by eating lemons, however, as the powerful acid of tbe juice, which is p.lways most corrosive, invariably pro duces inflammation after awhiie, but pro perly diluted, so that it does not burn or draw the throat, it does its medical , work without harm, and wh...
Sickness. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Siakhsss. Mhs. Fr.nntTsox Ssxn. — We are pleased ! to report that ?drs. Ferguson, one of the olu^stanil most liighlv rospwtud residents J of onr dii-lrict lias now almost entirely; recovered from her accident of a few j wee'is ago. whereby slipping sho had tlie misfortune to fall, and break two of her I ribs. A bt we }:ave cause to congraiai lato ouiv.idves nr.011 having secured the services of a medical man for our district and especially upon having secured such an aide representative as Dr. Davies Maste'i Do xam 1 Gjhwt. — Yvre are also pleased, and the fact will give gratifica tion to th'.KO many friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. G vaat. as well as to the per sonal friends of ill' chiid himsei'.. to be able to state that Master DenaUl Grant who j-or.enllv eoTitraetod rhenmntic fever is tiow (oitiro! y out ol danger. Dr. Davies hud ohar^'' of this ease also. A. child of Mr.. Tiio. Webster' of Nyrang Creek, 12 ,J}^n!iiS old, recently suffering from tvphoid f'ver and pneumonia, has als...
BENEFITS OF FASTING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
BENEFITS OF FASTING. ' Most people eat for mere enjoyment to gratify the sense of taste, not to sustain the body, and consequently take more food than iB needful.- This is especially true in tho condition designated rheu matoid, where the emunctories are sting ling to eliminate that which has alrc.itiy ueeu iDiroaucea, wmcii tac systom can not consume and appropriate, the blood thus bcooming eontamiaatej. _ ' In the treatment of this condition a rigid diet is the first requisite, not only with withholding nitrogenous products but to a threat extent all foods, so that the economy may burn up and throw out which is already within. ' Prolonged fasting is one of the very best measures that can bo employed, and it should bo insisted uj-o a and enforced. subsisting even for a time upon our own tissues, for if the viscera are preserved there will be no difficulty in the restora tion, In an inactive, sedentary life we need but little food ; it is, indeed, astonishing upon how little we may ...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
CwlkisI Ccrrcspsndijsias. ?.fr. ?d. J. Finn, socretaiy i?f jlio loenl Pr:;ge,'-.=s fo'umii.teo, received the following- c'liiiniiinieniioti. — ?Iti-Gaiuer-ShW, Paddiugton, 14/5/02. Dear Sir. — I bf.g to ai-'Us'Owledge recoijd. of petiiioii from your Af-s iciatioo iu re Local Uoverii-noijt Dill. It sliall be ]irc e.ited and its prirciplo advocated. I am ill r.TCr.ipt cf a ia'go number of petitions «,u the same suLjec;. — Yours truly, J oli ULOlt/jiY. Department of Public Health, Now ?°outh Wales, Pvdiioy, Ht-h May, 1!I02 ? i , — l'i'oao-.ed (iopoiatment of a Govern uieiit joe,ii.';.i). (ifc-icer, at Canowiudra. F:- f -rriioj- to y: v.r ? 0 aniur.icution of tlie 7tli i Jist... i;] the above connection, and submitting tlie name of Dr. A. J. Davies for consideration of the Chief Medical ?JHicer of the Government. I aui in stre.c'.e'l to sav fo? the information of your Committee, flint such avpniotnietit is not considered ivaesrary, — Your obedi ent Servant. G. H. Krxo, Socrotary.
Stockyard [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Sivs'eyarti Rally. (TVivi our C-n'o.'-no:ideul.) j Ti'O etT-'c.'s of this long continued dr-vngh!' is no-.v 'ioin.-; foit. in etirn^si here, grass now i:a tiling of lb*'* past. Ah stick. o-se::;-t t'iO-o he.;el fed are in ven low c. iivlitiou a'ld niciib.-j-s .are dyiog nher-lv, lo,; no;, in inrgo no'-ibers as yet. Th'o first rain I 'vat 00,1105 however, will; see 3'.- or jjer ceut -;[ the sheen 1 nspa-u-i.'dly on iio'dio-c uf large area, a-i! thoy ai'o ail h'-ou'oy s'.'jck -d ; sO'iio of : thsni are at nre&ent. ca'-rving two slwep to thfl acre,' aiol as that is about the! .average, carrying cop.i'dty of the hi'id ill a good si.m'-o i tlie iHortn'ity nitet to mer oi*'Int«i' bo voi great. Ktock owners aro at tlis-ir '.vita i:id wh.it to do, as tlm'.r only booe is ir.i'.v gone — that of griiwing wheat ^.ir ! -ir liocks if they gut rain. Ninv. owing to the rnin having behl ofl so long, tho she.'o) bav«- got so weair ih.it greo 1 fee l w. uid kill them as rapidly as starvation. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
TIIE Commercial Banking Co., ef Sydnsy, Ltd. 'CImttal Patd tip £1,000,000 3?ESKRVr, PuKD £1,01(1,000 l?E6nvE Caktal £1,0(K),000| XIBEKAL ADVANCES MADE ON APPEOYEI) SECURITIES. 1HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. ALL USUAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED, V. ELA.TCKFORO, Ma-inger C.inowmdra Branch, Harding St Pila ILD.S., SURGEON BZST1STS, MAY 13E CONSULTED AT WATTS' PHARMACY, KENDALL STREET, COWRA. £Hours from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. . Notice. ' T*HE columns of the Canowhulra Star * and Woodstock Recorder s m always -open for the publication of correspoud -ence likely to prove of interest or value to -tlio -district. We do not of course necessarily endorse the 'opinions of con tributors, vlto must in every instance ::forward name and address, not for pur poses of publication, but as an earnest of ..good faith. LA Caud. J ? i Dr. &. J. Oa¥lss3 i PHYSiDlAH AHD SURGEQK, ?CANOWINDKA. T1IE CAmmmm star AND 'Woodstock Recorder. : FEroAY, MAY 23. ^
Gurrajong Tank. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
CtsrrajGng Tank. After an immense amount of trouble with the controlling officials, 3£r Wa J dell has we aro pleased to bo in a posi tion to state, been informed hy his col league, Mr O'Sullivan, that the above tank will be thrown open to the public at the end of three months. It is neces sary uiider the watering places regula tions, for the Minister to give three months notiea of th=v determination of a lease, awl th i b Mr -0'S u 11 i van has ordere'l to be done. . ' It is to bo regret' ed tlint this eoursa -was :3iOt adopted some months ago, seeing that tliere is coui]-arativ olv little water in the tank now, and what there is hiie been so polluted as lzi bo un fit for human consumption without being' boiled. However, 'hotter late than never.' — Cowra Frcs Press. The above will be a most unpleasant piece of news to almost every farm or in the vicinity nf the above tank, as it will rob them oft, he only supply at their dis posal. What be no fit is to be derived from allowing anima...
Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Railway Lsagus. A meeting of the Canowiudra Bail way League was held on Saturday last there being pres' !Sr, Messrs. T. Fi:.n (pre sident), Jn:i. liovd, Jos .Tones. G K. M inter, Win. P.assett, M. J. Tiiomtisoii. V. 13iatc!iIord, J. 11. Marshall, aud J. j Finn (ficorotary). 1 The secretary read tho ??ninutr-s of the previous meeting which we.ru continued on the motion of Messis U -yd and IJlatc'itord. Tlie Co 'resriondence having been read was receive !, tlie outward correspondence being alopted. Dissatisfaction was expressed by tsie league ftt the slow progress being made iu tlie survev of rouie of railwnv, but the opinion was expressed by several mem bers that perhaps the scarcity of water along the route at. present;, aud tlio fact that those engaged, on the survey had t-- travel longdistance';, mi^lst account to a certain estciij for this. Thai the survey! was not being carried out with the expo- j dilioo expected was quite evident, and Mr. lia.-W'tt moved 'That the letter publi...
Mr. A. M. Lu[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
JVi!'. M. £i. f_U i The above goniio'.ni.n, ai an louiliod a ] fe:r msuai 3'wck ivoiihl be the cu.se, has^ now established himself in Eugowra for] ;i fe.v weeks, whe:o it is !iia iatention to | urive the residents an opportunity ofl availing ®;hemse!vc-| of tho service of Iris ]irof«ssioii p. s represented by him. ! Mr. Luinme has been responsible, during' bis stay in Canowiudra, for many goad ^reductions and the people of Eag-ner.-i cannot mistake by giving him the whole of their business
WANTED A GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
'WANTED A GOVERNMENT MFDI CAL OFFICER. . A few weeks ago 'the local Progrees'Com -.mittee, consisting' of the most prominent men 'of the f district, men who hold a .-stake in tho district, decided upon re ?Tiuestinff that Dr. A. J. Davies, 1st M.B., ?C.M., (Aberdeen), L.R.C.P , L.R.C.S., L.M., (Edinburgh), L.F. Put. S.L.M. ?(Glasgow), be appointed government medical officer for Canowindra distrc t. The reasons which moved these gentle men to take the stop are, — (1) There is at present no government medical officer nearer than Cowra, a distance' of 20 miles, whilst at tho same time there is a -resident coroner ; this means that should =a sudden death -_ccur in Canowiudra or , 'its 'vicinity it would he necessary for the ?coroner to wire to the O.M.O. at Cowra, ?summoning him to attend at Canowindra, which would entail a useless expenditure ?of public money, as there is a resident -duly qualified medical practitioner at -Canowindra. (2) That considering that -there is no fee and no a...
Eroni Bros' Circus [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Erorti Circus I Eroul 1j;o-' circus aud menagprie poiii Canowlnd-ft a vi-it on Wednesday last. Tlio sl'.o.v is about the bust «var seen iu Canowiudra and deserved the patronage it received. There were about -5 '0 people jivesent, and this upon very snort nutico. The menagerie proved most io tores'.ing, and gave anumbei' of tho local yo!in^st'i's an opportunity of set lag foreign animals which they would pio bably have never seen othenriiO.
Local News. A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Losai Kews. A Correction. Mr. W. Moore a LetU'i r from wli--s-- pen anper.red in la^t issnt-, d^Mvf-s us !.-?? fct»te t^at ' forroaliu' is spt-lt v. :tli ai: 'o' not in ' p,' as it, n]i|iv''Jt'0-l in in'' heading introiluciiig his oil u*=i.-n ; hu nl-'O dosiii:s us to mak'3 -]-iit'' dear tbat t'.vii tablespoonf.ils t.f f.irmalin is oqi-.al to 1 ounr,'''j am] tli'it this is live ijuautity to be used O -:ie gallon of water. *
Humour. THAT WAS THE DANGER [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Humour. . £HAT WAS THE DANGER 53^5 NERVOUS young lady called a ©M ® physician for a slight ailment, aMkg but one which she magnified, in her own estimation, into a serious one. 1 Run,' said the doctor to a servant, giving him a prescription, 'to tbe nearest drug-etore aod bring back tbo medicine as quickly as you can.' 1 Is there muoh danger P' inquired the young lady in alarm. 'Yes,' said the. doctor; ' ifyoor servant is sot quick it will be useless.' ' Oh ! doctor, shall I die ?' pasped the patient. 'There is 110 dangor of that,' said the doctor ; ' but you may get well before Jobn returns.'
Notes from the Sea Coast. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
? — ===== — — Kotas from tii3 Saa Coast. ^ I ? ? ? ? fBvan es-resident cf CAflS^indra.) ' When ono has spent a considerable portion of one's lifetime in Canowiudra district the memory of such sojourn is not likely to be effaced for many suc ceeding years if, perhaps, for ever. Mem ory goes' back to familar scenes and faces, to days of prosperity intermixed with strong dashes of adversity such as how unfortunately holds the finest dis tricts c£ the State in its devastating toils. The pleasant drives ilito town, the nioetiE.j; of old acquaintances at places of business or in the main street, ihe yarns ou the post office Verandah, the goo- 1/ sight of the Belubula fl;its verdant with trefoil during pleasant spring days, and the surrounding pad docks luxuriant with a wealth of pastures Yes, in these days of ex pensive living one can go back in spirit to the days in Canowindra district years ago, when a fat sheep could be bought for 3s Odor a lb of butter for 4d But .'iftfir all 'tis bet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
£5Q REWARD. ttAlD by the Undersigned for informa * 'tiori flint will lend to the conviction of any person STEALING CATTLE or SHEEP belonging to the Bangaroo or Conomodine Runs. . HAMILTON OSBORNE. J.M. ATKINSON. BANGAROO Tar Fire Earmark Sheen # 7 Cattle ? J~fO Horses (CONOMODINE 'Sheep if ^ Cattle OO Horses OO Aubrey HsMiiseii, - - ftevjssgent sfiiV Fancy Goods v V Music ll\ and ' % EopK Seller. Best brands Pipes; Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes always on hand at -lowest: Prices. ? 1 Agent for Mercantile Mutual Assu ? ance. Society and Atcherle,y sad Dawfion | : ©a Jfereha&ts. j Itidal Roller FSesir Mill CA KOWlfiBEA BRANCH. Vhcat Gristed in any quantity ?'LOUR, ~ BRAN, & POLLARD. ALWAYS ON HAND. L.K1RKLAMD, AGENT. Public iotlG0o PH E LPS~ & GO,, 20STf.Mii.EKS, EU*., SkHGViMBRR fitkfnscs Sios. Eaddiery l^art. A Trial solicited. Repairs neatly and cheaply executed. -^~ JUKCTIM RSTEL C A N OWINDR A, MATT. BWYER PROPRIETOR, Only VJifiss The f Spirits Best Rsd Br...
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Local Si rectory XRWSPAPFR. The ' Oanowindra Star,'— a fair and impartial organ, winch takr-s no party' sside, but strives to pive accurate informa tion on all subjoins ?; a local psnio? which, is entitled to the support of all well vrlshers of the district. , auctioxef.rs. John Finn. ; BA^TTS. J Commercial Bankincj Company of Sydnoy, ? Limited. Manager — Y. j Slatehford. BLACKSMITHS AJtt) W3TEKL WRIGHTS I? Ayrton J O Ufarka £) R McDonald BTTIT.TIEKS W H Atkinson BAITERS M. Costello. BTTTCirnnsr troodacre and Graham. T. L. Kirkland j HOTEL KFHrEHS j Dwyer, Junction Hotpl j J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel j SADDLERS -J R Newland . Atkinson Bros ixsnR4KCF. AOEircres Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and Life. — J J Finn. STOREKEEPERS T. Finn J. Boyd. W Pendall ^UNDERTAKERS J O Marka W Atkinson WOOL AND PlIODUCE BUYERS T 'Rreen
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 23 May 1902
Postal nnd Telegraphic fnfonnstiQi. Office Hours. Post Office open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph OSke open 9 a.m. to 8p.ir Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. t. S p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 9 a.n ?5 p.m. Postal Notes (Sale of) during pos K-filce hours-; casliing, dui-ing mone; ?order hours. Note.— All offices are closed durin Porting of mails, from. Sydney at 10. !3 ?a.m. daily. Adrivai of Mails. From Sydney G.P.G. and Woods tocl sJaily at lo-3o a.m. Cowra Tuesday, Thursday and Satin ?day at 1 a.m. Fugowra, Tuesday and Satuidiy at 1.30. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 1.30 p.m.* Walli nndandurfinm, Wednesday and Saturday at 1, iT.in. ? Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwood and Burdett, Monday,. Wednesday, and Fi'iday at 0 p.m. Departhie of Wait.s. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily ai S.4S p.m Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri i3ay at 11 a.m. Eugowrn, Monday and Friday at 1 1. 'Cargo, Monday, Wednesday and Fri dayat 8.30 a.m. N Walli and Lyndhurst, Jfonday and , Thursday ...