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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
Local Directory . SEWSPAPPji. Aiio vjanowmdra Star,' — a fair And t C?SW' which takes no party ; «ide, bntfltrives to g.ve accurate mhrnn*. « 1°*-1 papei winch lfi. «'htlod to the support of all well 'wishers of the district. AtrcTIOKEBRS. ?John Fjeel BAKK6. 1 Commercial Banting: Companv of; B^Srd Si Man^er - V' . BLACKSMITHS AND WKEEr,WH.IGHT8 Xx Ayrton J C Mnrka D R McDonald ? ? .' builders W H Atkinson ? ? BAKERS K, Oostellc. .BUTCHEUBr vSortdncre and Graham, tT. Ij. JSrklnnd. HOTEL EFKj?ERS W Dwycr, Junction Hotel ^ H Marshall, Victoria Hotel . SADDLERS J. B.Newland Asifelnson Bros _ . HFBVllASCS AGENCIES Liverpool, and London aad Globe Fire and Life.— J J Finn. BTOREKEEPEHS T. Finn J. Boyd. W Pendall TODERTMtUKS' J O Marka W Atkinson WOOl ATD PRODUCE BUTBB f Croon .
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
postal and Telegraphic Information. ? t. j Office Homts. . . x « u ince open 9 *.m, to -j p.m. * S 'ra?- ®®ce °j?eM 9 a.m. to 8n m ^Sta«v &** 4ufy ta, 'ii''1'' EaCi 'r® daiij from 9 a.m («?-» «0 pel. ?' ,SoSi^'',7AU -^mieS 670 cioBed during **m- dailt. ma - S-rdlley at 10-30 ?'?jtv. ^ ^nKrvit of Kails. wfrSi^rz®:™'*44 WmiM Gowra Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at Ita. ? i Tumdf-y and Saturday at ».£f; sl'Sr™' Wrfn'jw ',a Ocolagang, Friday at -5 p.m. 17 c. PJ^AM'ORTE OF MaiLB.' '4.46pm and 'Woodstock, daity at; ifoll^ay' Wednesday and Fri yo-J at 1 1 a.m. ; Eugoirra, Monday and Friday at J I W6dneeday and F'ri; an-* T^yndhnrst, - Monday and rhursdey at 1 2 noon* - J wooiagons, Friday at 12 noon, ijooicwood and Buxdett Sfondav, Wed ftesday, and Friday, at U a.m. 1 Mails Gt.oseh. 32ugt-wra, 10.30, Monday wd Friday wa.,4; Ooologong, 11.30, Friday, toydney, 2.15. p.m. ?AII_ mails depart SO minutes aftoi vloswg of mails.
Local Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
Lccai Chat. Cargo Railway League resuscitated. This bodj ol jests to Cowra-G egra liglit line being tuken through '? Tucker Ally.' - The members would far prefer to se e tho line taken through ' Starvation Gully.' There appears, however to be a dif ference of opinion as to the route to be taken. On the one hand Mr. J. E. Worr.ill | (representing .Worrall and Sons) expres [ see a wish that it ehould be taken to his mill at Cargo ; Whilst on the other, a ' Mr. Scott, Esq., espressos the wish that it be taken through his farn$j and so on over barren hilly country to Cargo-road crossing. I This latter route has, by the way, been reported against by an officer of the Works Department. It baa been decided by the Cargo League that a petition be prepared for signature aiid is to bo presented to the authorities, Mr. J. R. Worrall, being de puted to present same. This gentleman, ^.with. innate modesty, is thankful for the trust reposeddn him. The. petition, it might be mentioned, advocates th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
£HO REWARD, jpAXD by the Undersigned for inibrma tioij that will lead to the conviction of any person STEALING CATTLE or SHEEP ? belonging to the Bangaroo or Oonomodine Buns. ' HAMILTON OSBORNE. J. M. ATKINSON. BANGAROO Tar' Fire Earmark ; Sheep # 7 Cattle - S3 Horses . 1 V/d POMOMODINE Sheep -0$K ft Cattle V .-x- Dorses ioo ? Aubrey Robinson, - - Newsagent YftN. Fancy Goods flV and * «? Bookseller. Best brands Pipes,. Tobacco, Cigars wid Cigarettes always on hand at lov cat 1 JPnoeB. Agent for Mercantile Jfutual As^ ! ^aa«e Society end A^oberlev aiid Daii-s ? C« daS Holler Floar Mill IS0W1HDRA BRAHCH. Wheat Gristed 1. „ d ,n any quantity flour, BEAN, always on hanSILI,aed' , L.KIRKL.AND, 1 ? ? AGENT. . Public Notice. PH E L Ps' & CO., BfiOTiaaKERS, ETC., CAI33W1RBRA Atkinson Epos. Saddlery Mart. JlfSCTIDd H0TEl ~~~*- i 1 0 A N 0 w I N D E A, M A TT. DWYER PROPRIETOR, fS? w,nos Lst of Spfr,ts &t£Ei!js ^ g65rs Kept In Stock. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. d H MARSHALL Vimsil B8T...
Sketcher. IN THE GOOD OLD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
Sketcher. IN THE GOOD OLD TIMES. &FKHE following extract from a London JJ'lb newspaper, published in January fj&s 1812, will give a picturesque, although slightly ghastly, idea of the way in which our grandfathers dealt with self-slaughterers in the days when GeoTge III. was king. The man Williams had been arrested on Buspicion of having Committed barbarmip murdnrR n.t Rfitolift High-way, and destroyed himself in his cell in prison. The coroner's jury returned a verdict of ' felo de se,' and this is how the interment was carried out : — The premature death of Williams haviDg defeated the and of justice the magistrates came to a resolution of giving the greatest solemnity aud publicity to the ceremony of interring this suicide. About ten o'clock on Monday night, Mr. Robinson, tho high constable of St. George, accompanied by Mr Maohin, one | of the constables, Mr Harrison, the col lector, aud Mr KobinEon'a deputy, went to the prison of Coldb ith Fields, where tbe body ...
Church of England Ball. A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
CharcSi of Enrisnd Ss?l. A PRONOUNO'OD SUCCESS. Considoring t'lo state of our district, at lliis ])eriod experiencing :the effects of one of the worst droughts known to the ' oldest inhabitant.' — a t.imo when our producers are so situated that they find it necessary to calculate what will be the value oE each penny sis mouths hence — the menanre of suocoss met with by tho organisers of the ball in aid of the funds of the Church of England bald in (he local School of Arts on Tuesday evening Inst must bo most gratifying. The hall, nicely u?cornt«d with greenery, and with brightly polished and well spormod floor, looked most inviting to de votees of tho Terpsechorean art, having had partiouldr attention given to it, by Messrs C. F. and A. J. Atkinson. Those gentlemen spared no pains to in »ke every thing comfortable and agreoablo for visitors, and their oiforts were most suc cessful. A programme of some 21 items was commenced at about a quarter to nine o'clock to the strains of piano ...
Ladies' Column ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER BY MRS STRANGE BUTSON. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) AN ELEGANT COSTUME [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
Ladies' Column ORIGINAL LONDON i LETTER By MES STRANGE BUTSON. (All Rights Reseevbd.) AN ELEGANT COSTUME 3KEJKOE an elderly lady was a model wjjMp that I received the other day from area Paris, and ae I occasionally heat ladies of a 'certain' and uncer tain age complain that they never see any fashions specially designed to meet their requirements I hasten to give this pretty and useful design. In offering models for women past the prime of life it ehoulij - always be remembered that to secure the best effect ihore than ordinary care should be taken in the selection of material, and especially of colour. Many women after the age of forty prefer to dress entirely in black, which is doubtless always be coming— but only when it is in handsome materials. Nothing shows up shabbineBB so muob, nor looks so worn and poverty stricken as shabby black. Therefore, whilst many who wish to be economical in what they spend upnn their clothes imagine they save by wearing black, let them look to it ...
SHORT STORY [?] [ORIGINAL] THE FOLLY OF IT. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
[?] [?] [ORIGINAL] THE FOLLY OF IT. By PAUL TWYFOED. I (Continued from last week.) Ralph was affected differently ; bis mates observed a change, and his old chum, Jack, deplored the fact that Ralph Binstead was ' goine the pace.' Un happily it was true ; for he speculated in everything going, drank more than he had hitherto done, and, no doubt, did a bit of gambling, — a thing he htd always abhorred — and Jaok remonstrated in vain. ' Yon was a darned fool, Ralph, not to take up wi' the missus agen ; she only wanted arm', an' you're a blitherin' idyut, that* a what ye are/ said Jack, with some show of temper. Ralph acknowledged that the indict ment was correct, and intimated that he preferred to enjoy himself hie own way, and endure his sorrows and troubles alone. Jack retorted by saying something un complimentary, and a coolness sprang up between them. They drifted further asander, and, finally, Ralph went ' on his owa,' — much te his his old mate's regret and to to his own loss. V....
Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
Humour. The most confiding woman lives in Eiser. She went to an auction, and knowing the prevalence of thieves at such places, asked a nice-looking man to take care of her pocket-book containing ton pounds. | Mrs. Malloy : ' Share, Mrs. McGinnis, and it's rather poorly you're lookin' this mornin'.' Mrs. Mcdinnis : * Indade, thin, Mrs. Malioy, an' it's good raisin I'm havin' to leok poorly. Hero's the postman just been to the door to tell me there's a dead letter waitin' for me at the post office, an' I ean't for the life of me think who it is that's dead.' Poet : * Is the editor in ?' Office Boy : ? No, he's away ill.' Poet: 'Oh! What is the matter with him f Office Boy : 'They do say he's in a deline.' Poet (with gloomy satisfaction) ; ' Ah, so retribution has overtaken him at last.' Mrs. De Strop : ' Mary, remember I am at home to none except Mr. Vere Brown kins this afternoon.' Mary (half an honr later) : ' I've told four gentlemen callers that you were at home to none except Mr....
THE EARL OF DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
THE EAEL OF DBBBY. The Earl of Derby is among the most impertant of English aristocracy. The earidom is seoond only to that of Shrews bury in date of its oreation, and the present peer is the sixteenth earl. His ancestors have made their mark in our national history. In the distant past they owned the Isle of Man. The Earl of Derby of to-day is an extremely wealthy man, and has the grand seigneur fond ness tor a stately lite of sustained splen dour. His establishments at Kowsley Park, and Derby House, St. James's square, are difficult to heat, and a large stable iB maintained both in town and country. The Earl of Derby, is a power on tbe Turf, and his colonrB often show the way to victory. Heft of his racers are trained at Newmarket by the Hon. George Lambton. Tho posts he has held have been numerous and important. He has been Lord of the Admiralty, Financial Secretary for War, and for the Treasury, Secretary for War, and the Colonies, President of the Board of Trado, Gover nor-Gene...
Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
n&Hwny League. ; in reply to a communication trom tho secretary of tho above the following in formation has been elk-iled from the De part through Hon. T. Waddell. — Mr. Parrot! loft Sydney ou October 2oth and commenced work November let 1901. Up to Mr. Stewart's inspection about a weak ago ho had finished approximately 18 miles, at tho sauit) rate which judging from the nature of tho country is reason able, it may l'airly be estimated that the remaining 15} miles will ba finished about, end of October nest, viz., at the rato of 2J miles per mouth. I have al ready twice called attention to the slow progress of this survey, whiuli ought to be done in much less than half tho time.
A CLEVER COUNTESS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
? A CLEVEE COUNTESS. The Countess of Warwick is the ablest peeress in the Liberal, and indeed either, party. As Frances Evelyn, the eldest daughter of the late Colonel the Hon. Charles Maynard, son of the late Viseount Maynard, she married, on 30th April,' 1881, the present Earl of Warwick. It is in Essex that her ladyship has spent most of her life, though now she resides chiefly at Warwick Castle. Her girlhood was nneventful, and it was not until after her marriage that the Countess realised the blessedness of work in the service of humanity. She founded on her estate of 32,000 aores in Essex a successful needle work school with a depot in Bond-st., and a science and technical school for country boys and girls ; at Beading a hostel in connection with the college for training daughters of professional men in horti culture, dairy, bee, and poultry keeping ; at Warwick a home for crippled children. She has been active Poor Law Guardian for more than four years. Lady Warwick is extrem...
LORD STRATHCONA. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
LOED STEATHCONA. Lord Strathcona is the grand old man of Canada. His commendation would open for one every official doer in Canada; j and guarantee the most generous treat ment from every officer of a fine, free commonwealth But he gives it, appar ently without a ghost of an idea of what it is to condescend to men of low Btate. That is the true mark of a high mind and the crentlest flonrtonv. TTir nxranr in nn muoh bound up with Canada as is that of his fellow-Soot, Andrew Carnegie, with the States. It was in the old Hudson Bay Company that he began work, but his talents were so unmistakably admini strative that he drifted into positions of responsible rule at onoe. The last Besi dent Governor for the Company, he was successively a member of the first Exeoutivo Council of the North-West Territory, of the Manitoba Legislature, and of the Dominion Parliament. In 1896 he was made .High Commissioner for Canada, with a barony. Universities have an affinity for him. He is Lord Eector of A...
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
Local Land Boarti. Tho Local Land Board sat at Cano wiudra Court House on Tuesday and Wednesday last, when tho following cases were dealt with. — CONDITIONAL PURCHASES AND CON. LEASES. Fob investigation- &c. EiWutA Ryan, c p 71Ja. — Confirmed for por. 123 of 71 J a. Phillip Ryau.c 1300a.— Confirmed for por. 27 of 269Ja. Rent 5d. Edward Jeffery, o p 198 Ja — Confirmed for por. 104 of 98$a, Thos. R. Kent, c 1 GiJa. — Decision reserved. 'i'hos. Scrimshaw, c p 120a. — Confirmed for por. 164 of 1 20. Fon he hearing direction Land Atpeal Court. Lawrence Kirby, c p 100a. — Evidenc [ taken and remitted to the Appeal Court. Lawrence Kirby, c p 76a. — Evidenc taken and remitted to the Appeal Court IXQUIUY UNDER Seo. 29 Ad' '95. A. A. E. Welsh, c p 40a. — Certificate to issue. Thos. Scrimshaw, c p 200a. — Certificate to issue. Thos. Fardy, c p 62a — Certificate to issue. Jos R. Wytlies, c p 113a. — Certificate to issue. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. Foil INVESTIGATION' &C. John Sawyer,...
SIR FRANCIS AND LADY JEUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
SIE FRANCIS AND LADY JEUNE. The Bight Honourable Sir Francis Hennr Jeune iB fifty-nine years of age. The President of the Probate Divorce, and Admiralty Division is an old Harrovian, and completed his studies at Balliol, as a scholar, and later became Hon. Fellow of Hertford. He is quite one of the moBt popular of English judges, and is an especial favourite of the younger men who practice before him. His wife, Lady Jeune, is an indefatigable helper of the poor,' as well as a brilliant entertainer of those who have 'fed on the roses and lain on the lilies of life' ; she is also a frequent contributor to periodical literature. Sir Frances, who before his appointment to j the Divorce Court was Judge- Ad vooate- General, presides with tast and ability I over most difficult cases. No revelations 1 disturb his judicial equanimity, whilst he I I oan coax secrets from shy maidens by his friendly manner. It might be thought that Sir Francis had had enough of drama I when he left hiB court, ...
Belmore Well. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 6 June 1902
Eeimorc Well. I The following letter has lioen rocoived by the Belmoro Water Trustees, through the Hon. T. Waddoll. — Public Works Department, Sydney, 28t.Ii May, 1902. Sir, — In reply to a letter dated 120th in stant, from the Belinore Well Committee (Mr. W. E. MyringHon. Secretary), ask ing what officer will bo appointed to pass tho work in connection with the proposed well at Belmore neiir Canowiudra, I have the honor to inform you that Mr. Osborne, Road Superintendent at Cowra, is thi' Officer appointed to inspect the work referred to, — I have the honor to be. Sir. Your Obedient Servant, J. Davis, Under Secretary,