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Molong stack Board. SHEEP DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
ftlslong stack Board. KH !'?]-.:? PIUECTOUS. At. a special meeting of the above hold last week, there being a full attendance, a letter was read froul the Stock Board's Council of advice, asking the Board to report any unauthorised occupancy of travelling stock or camping reserves in the Molong district. Tho secretary fHr M G. Fin«h^ said he nnlv know of one such case, aud that was in Caaowiu- I dra district, and about which he had had Miasiderablo correspondence with no practical result. The secretary was in structed to reply that there were no re serves being improperly used in tbe -Molong district. A letier was read from Corowa Board advocating that Rabbit Inspectors be appointed by the Boards and not by the Government. It was j decided that the Corowa Board be: in reply to a letter from Moree expressed itself iu favor of voting by post iu con nection with its elections. Oa tho mo tion of Messrs Balcimbe and Nashc, the following polling places in the Molong district were recommen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
the Commercial Banking Co., of Sydnsy, Ltd. 'Capital Paid XJr- £1,000,000 liESERVE Fuxd £1,010,000 3Jesuve Capital £1,000,000 XIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON APPROVED SECURITIES. HIGHEST KATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. ,ALL USUAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. V. BLA.THF OKO, Manager Canowindra Branch, j ? j Harding & File R.O.S., j SURCECH DENTIST, j MAT BE CONSULTED AT j WATTS' PHARMACY, i RES D ALL STREET, COWRA, i Tflours from 9 a.m. til! 5 p.m. | - — ? ? i Notice. | 'THE columns of the Canowindra Star * and Woodstock Recorder are always 'Open for tlie publication of correspond ence likely to prove of interest or %'alue to the district. We do not of course necessarily endorse the opinions of 'con tributors, vrho must in every instance .forward name and address, not for pur poses of publication, hut as an earnest of .good faith. [A Card. J Or. JL J. Oa¥ies, PHY3IS1ATJ ANO SliaSEOJI fCANOWlNDEA THE CANOWINDRA STIR AND 'Woodstock Recorder. FRIDAY, JUNE 13.
Phosphorus and its effects. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Phosphorus and Its effects. Great a boon as phosphorus has bean to the farmer in connection with the des tiUJtiiui of rabbits, enabling them as it did to keep the pest at least in check, its eifcets by no means have ended with the rabbits. Now that tho numbers of rab bits have been so reduced as to render them almost scarce tho farmers have dis - ? J . 4l,„„ 1..,™ ! nn/i wasted an asset t upou which good money could have oeen realized. But not only will repentance fall upon thorn in this connection but the wholesale destruction of the native birds will rise like an accus ing angle against theia in the neai future, when caterpillars, otc, by reason of the scarcity of their natural enemies, will in creaso aud multiply into millions withou chock or hindoranco. Magpies. Jackas ses, aud numbers of other insectivorous birds fall victim to the deadly phosphor us, and where prior to the use of phos phorus hundreds c^uhl bo seen now but low lOlll'iiU. vx'tLU's turusy aiMua jjigtsujia, quail,...
Local News. Alteration of Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Local laws, Alteration of Ala!!. Oil and after 16th inst., mails for Syd ? aey and Woodstock T.P.O., will leave the local post office at 2.30 p.m., instead of as ?at present 2.-15, whilst the mail will be ?closed at 2 p.m., instead of at 2. 15. We understand this concession has been made to the contractor on account of the hig'h price of horso feed, the extra 1 5 minutes allowing him to take his animals at an -easier gait than would otherwise be the ?case.
School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Sctissl cf Arts.. The usual monthly meeting was held on Tuesday evening there being present Messrs ,T, Boyd (in the chair) II. Ay i ton J. H.'jMarshall. J. Cook aad V. Biatch ford (secretary). The secretary read tho minutes of the previous meeting which were continued, Tlie secretary announced that the funds at present stood General account £30 Ios 7d, Building aec-.mnt £21 I4s6d. Accounts were thou passed for pay ment. Mr. Cook considered if, was high time something was done in connection with the rending room. He considered there was sufficient in hand to justify the com mittee taking stops to have one erected. It was decided that this be particular ised as a subjdet to be dealt with at tho annual meetiug. The meeting then adjourned.
Welcome Rain. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Welcome Rain. * 'Truth is stranger tbau fiction — therefore j ?our readers will not be it all surprised to liear that Astronomer Russell was abso lutely correct when he stated that light rains would fall in tho South 'Western Districts during lust Monday and Tues- j day. The sky became overcast on Sun- j tlay evening last after a pleasantly warm i nnd fhrt wind vara nlmfm?- I J L' V-v, ? ' ? ? to a gale. This lasted for the space of about one minute — a minute during which dust and humanity became closely related once more — immediately after which, preceded by a few light claps of ihundar, rain began to fall. This con tinued during the night, the rain being very light indeed, aud during Monday clouds continued to have a threatening j mnnearance. slight slio-vers occasionally falling. At the lacal station quantities registered have been, — 8th 2 points ; 9th 50 points; 10th IS points. This amount though a great relief to householders, cannot be considered as beneficial to the farmin...
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Progress Conimittas. The usual monthly menting of the above was hold in the School of Arts hail o:i Tuesday evening iast when there were present Messrs .1. Boyd (vice-president in the chair), 1?.. Avrton, J. II. . Marshall, J. B. Nutt'land, M. Abberton, J. Cook and tho secretary (Mr. M J Finn) Tho spcretary roud the minutes whis were coulirnvvl o.i tho motion of Messrs Avi'toa and Marshall. Inward and outward correspondence was then rr-.-i I. Frjoi health Dejiartmeut stating that it was considered u uiooessary to appoint Dr. A. J. Dtivies as Governmc.it Medical 0Pd;er nt Ciiaowiiidru. Mr. Cook considered this reply to their aiiiiliciition an iapistic-j aud should not be accepted by tlie Committee. There it-;-..;, a resident corouer at C.tnoivindra aud tiiere being a qualified medical man lie should bo nppnimnd Government Medical Offiser. This would not only Rave local residents expense hut would also save extra fees for tlie Government, and be an inducement to the doet-or to remain,...
Stagnation [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Stagnation The drought aud its effects are at pro- ! sent being keenly felt 'in Canowindra and ' its surroundings. Not a vestige of grass can be seen where during other y«ars at this time herbage Iruee high was in evi dence. Storekeepers and business men feel that dry weather can prevail for too long a period. A little flutter of excite ment is occassionally caused occasionally by the rumour that there is likely to he a jnatch for £5 aside, hut this gradually dies away when it is discovered that the horses competing have for tlie last month ! been trained on oak leaves. Tilings are dull! Very dull' indeed.
Rabbit Board. MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Bsard. Moi,oxo. It is hereby notified that an election of members of the Rabbit Board for the Rabbit District of Moloog is required to be held, under tlie provisions of the R:ih b't Act 1001, aod that Thursday, June !!), 1902, has been fixed as the day of muni tion ot candidature sit such election. Candidates must be nominated by. nor less than tliroe persons who are entitled to vote at tne election, and till i pirn i u itioos must be made in the form, as fo) lews'.: — Foiist -»i~ Xoai-VATioN Paper. ? 'We. thft imrl(»rsv.rnorl imrfi.-in,: +.i vote nt the election of Members at the Rabbit Board for the Rahhit District of Molong, hereby nominate (state name in fall), of (siatitg address audoccupatinu), i as a Candidate for tho office of Member of the Bo.ud of the said Rabbit District at ill.* election to be.heldfur the said Ribbit Oisti-ict on the I9fc!i day of June, 1902. Dated this ( st ite day of -nomination) day of ,190 (Signatures aud Addresses)— j All nomination papers must be d...
Local Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Local Progress Committee. At the meeting of the local Progress Committee held on Tuesday night tliei secretary pointed out that though this body was a most necessary one iu our district, a body to which the residents of tlie tustaict were inrtireetiy inaeiiteu ror luftny benefits, prominent amongst which stand tho presence of a doctor iu Cuiio wimlra, which has saved numbers a great amount of trouble as well as a certain amount of solid cash, the erection of Waddell bridge which it will bo acknow ledged is not a luxury, but which that body had to light, haul 10 obtain; neces sary improvement;; ami additions since its erections; tho .sinking of a now well and the erection of tanks and a windmill, which the Eoad Superintendent considers is ' a luxury rather than a necessity': reasonably maintained roads aud other matters — very few consider it necessary or even worth while to subscribe tho paltry sum of 2/0 per year to enable it to earn on business. Granted that there are public spiri...
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
[?] KEWSPAPFR. . The ' Canowindra Star,' — a fair and' impartial organ, which takes no party lade, but sf rives to give accurate informa tion on all subjects a local papei wliicb is entitled to the support of all well wishers of the district. AUCTIONEERS. John Finn. BAJSTKS. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, . Limited. Manager — V, Blatchford. BLACKSMITHS ANB WHEEL WBB3HTS R Ayi'ton J C Mai'ka . D R McDouald ' ; builbehs i W H Atkinson BAKERS' ! M-. Cestello. ? ' BUTCHERSr i ijoodnCre and Graham. T. L. Kirkland. HOTEL KFEPERS lil Dwyer, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel SADDLERS J; B.Newland Atkinson Bros INSURANCE AGEXCraS Liverpool, and London attl Globe Fire aiid life. — J J Finn. STOREKEEPERS T. Finn J. Boyd. W Peudall UNDERTAKERS J C Marka I W Atkinson WOOL AND rnODUCE BUYERS T Breen j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
£50 REWARD. ' OAID by the Undersigned for informa . tion that wall lead to the conviction of any person STEALING CATTLE or SHEEP belonging to 'the Bangaroo or ConomodmeRuns. HAMILTON OSBORNE. J. M. ATKINSON. BANGAROO Tar Fire Earmark Sheep # 7 Cattle JfO Horses MO jCONOMODlNE 'Sheep OO // Cattio -OO Horses OC- Aubrey Robinson, - - Kewsagent Fancy Goods */\- Music ll\ and * \ Book Sailer. Best brands Pipes, Tobacco, , Cigars ? find Cigarettes always on liand at lowest »? Prices. Agent for Mercantile Mutual Assu y«m»G Society aud Atcherley and Dawson ?Jea Merchants, CudaS Roller Flour Mill CAW3WIHDRA BRANCH, VFhest Gristed In any quantity I FLOUR, BRAN, i & POLLARD, ALWAYS ON HAND. L.K1RKLAND, AGENT. Fiablic Malice. PH E L FS' & CO,, SOtlTMftKERS, ETB., CAKOW INDRA Atkinson Bros. Saddlery Mart. A Trial solicited. Repairs neatly and cheaply -executed. mm CANOWIKDE A, : i¥3 A TT. DWYER PROPRIETOR, Only Wines The f Spirits Best 01 And Brands Beers Kept in Stock. 'GOOD ACC...
Local Chat. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
L3S&1 Ghat. For Children's Hacking Cough at uight, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is Gd. Sweep stakes Saturday pronounced success. Six shooters only put in an appear ance, but these kept tho ball rolling merrily. Mr. Y. Blatchford gained the honor o£ nnf o t-in wlinlo dav. In the first sweep bird fell out of bounds and iu the three following sweeps he divided. O O 'O It is stated that a number of thoso interested in the Kurrajong Tank are built on the Yes-No principle. It is one of the most disgusting things imaginable to find you have been tlia victim in a game at cross purposes, o o o Durinc: the week public junior exami nation 'in corns ectiou with the Sydney University have been held at Canowin dra. Cinowindra public School fUTnishe9 three candidates, whilst one comes from, Burdett o o O The first of the series of socials to be hold in connection with the School of Arts was held on Friday last. Tho attendance was only .fair owing principally to the fact that it followed s...
Postal and Telegraphic intermation. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
S'sstai ialiti Telegraphic Information. Office TToitrs. Post Office open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telograph Office open 9 a.m. to 8p.m.' Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. to ?5 p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 9 a.m -5 p.m. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post office hours ; cashing, during money order hours. ?Note'. — All offices are closed durinc Sorting- of mailsufrom Sydney at 10.30 a.m. daily. Arrival of Mails. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, *lnily at lo-3o a.m. Cowra Tuesday, Thursday -and Satur day at 1 a.m. Engowra, Tuesday and Saturday at I-.30. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 1.30 p.m. W alii andandurama, Wednesday an d Saturday at I, p.m. Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwood and Burdett, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 p.m. Departure of Mails. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at 2.45 p.ra Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 1 1 a.m. Eugowra, Monday and Friday at 11 . Cargo, Monday, Wednesday and Fri -3syat 8.30 a.m. W«31i and Lyndhurst, Monday and Thursday at...
Humour. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Humour. The Dark Ages. — The ladies' — Judy. ' Position is nine points of the law.' She : Have you ever had a bad acci dent P— He : I met my wife by accident. Compensation. — Saxon Intruder (to Irish Country Vet.) : I say, Mike, what's this bill of yours for two pun' ten for f — Vet.: Faix, 'tis raysonable enough. Isn't j it for curing your mother's ould mare till I Bhe died P I Careful Bearing. — Mrs A. : What a very cultivated person that tall gentleman ie over there ! Mrs B. : Yes ; he looks as if he had been brought up in a hot-houBe. He : Your acceptance flatters me. I am sure I have nothing to make a girl love me. She : True : but you have enough to ruaVo a irirl mMirv trnn Which Explains Things. — Briggs : I can't uu dretand a lawyer having a con scientious objection to capital punish ment. Jiggers : Oh ; I can ; and 1 think it's very natural, too. Briggs : Why P Jiggers -. Because every rogue who is hanged means a client the less for them. Bertie (relapsing into EngliBb, to ...
Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Fi ggen Sfecsoting. A very good evening's sport was Gn joyed by the members of the local Gnu Club on Saturday last when several sweepstakes wore shot off. There was a fair simply of pigeons, sufficient for the number of shooters v,-ho appeared, and some very good shooting- resulted. In all sweeps ?' first miss out ' ruled, and though the knights of the guu dropped out rapidly the birds wore either badly injured or fell dead cut-side the boundary. ] Those members of the elub who have an interest m tae ciun su ouia put in an ap pearance on all occasions at these small shoots, as wo avo informed as soon as a supply of birds can be obtained sufficient for a big nxatr-h a £15 or £20 prize will be offered. In the meantime sweep stakes will be shot off when possible, Followiug- are the seores. — No. 1 Swebvsta :e of 5s. W. II. Sharpo. 30 yds, 211, 3 . Goodacre, 25 yds, 0, ? F. E. Craven, 27 yds, 1 10. V. Biatchford, 21 yds, 0. : J Cook, 23 3-ds, 10. F. C. Crowe, 23 yds, 0. W. H. Sharpe win...
Personalities. PRINCE MUNSTER [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Personalities. PRINCE MTTNKTF.R SfjlPRINCE MUNSTBE, who' was Ger iIvtK man Ambassador to Great Britain from 1873 to 1885 was the son of a famouB Hanoverian statesman of that name, being born in 1820. No am bassador knew so much of Englishmen from a close personal connection as did the Prince. He was born in London, and *-u ? 1 — r ? 1 ? j , , ~ ''™ ucuuro uu came to tne uerman Embassy. He married an EBglish lady, a daughter of the then Earl of Eoaalyn, and he was often mistaken for an Eng lishman, for he spoke onr language well, and was in many of his habits singularly English. His appointment to the Eng lish Court was a Bismarckian choice. One would hardlv imagine !that Viin TiWlioV, sympathies would recommend Prince von Munstcr to the Iron Chancellor, but he justified the joice thoroughly well. On the annexation of Hanover he became a member of the Upper House of Prussia, afterwards of the North German Con federation, and finally of the Imperial Reichstag. He was appointed Ambas s...
School of Arts Social. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
Scliaa; cm Arts Social. The first of the series of socials to ha hehl in aid of tho building fund of the School of Arts came off ou Friday night, under rather inauspicious circumstances considering that on Tuesday and Wednes day eveving proceeding tho Church of I'jUg'land congregation had held adu.lt ami juvenile bills. Notwithstanding, tho entertainment socially proved a sue cess, luougii inancialiy it count nave oeen a far greater one. Punctually the doers opened at 8 p.ui , when several local men: principally members of the School of Arts put ia an appearance. Tables having bean set apart for cards, droughts, chess and table tenuis, all were soon engaged at oue or tho other of these pasiimos The ladies begun to appear at about 8.10 and eonn afterwards singing was «om» ui'-'uced by Miss Finn rendering in excel lent style ' By tlie Fountain.' After a short interval during which several games ot ping-pong cams ore., \v«rei played, Miss Cook followed with. '-Dolly's Revenge.' Also du...
LADY DOROTHY NEVILL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
LADY DOEOTHY NEVILL. Lady Dorothy Nevill is one of the institutions of London and a popular one at that. A daughter of the third Earl of Oxford, Lady Dorothy, as a girl, wife, and widow, travelled much, learned to know men and cities, and had personal acquaintances with most of the cele brities of 'the nineteenth century and after.' Smart, clever, and a beautiful woman, Cabinet Ministers, journalists, judges, returned warriors, anyone and ovBijuue ui ugm- ana leaaing are to De met beneath her roof, She was one of the two or three ladiea who are responsible fcr the Primrose League, an original member of the association, and every 19th of April her windows and balconies are wreathed with primroses. Art, literature and botany are her favourite pursuits, and what Bhe does not know of current tODl'cS is ecarcelv worth k-nnwinir T.ndo Dorothy Nevill is active and untiring, drives a great deal, and often makes ex peditions to the East-end to visit the patientB at the London Hospital, bhe i...
MR. GEORGE MEREDITH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902
ME. GEOBGE MEREDITH. Mr George Meredith has entered hia : seventy-fifth year, having been born in Hampshire on February 12, 1828 Hia ? fitBt appearance in print was with a poem called ' Chillianwallah,' in ' Chamber's Journal' in July, 1819, and his first book of poems appeared two years later. Mr r Meredith taae, altogether, published i twenty-seven books. In the early part of his career Mr Meredith wrote in the * Pall Mall Gazette ' and the * Morning Post.' The novelist once shared a house in Cheyne Walk with oossetti and Mr Swin burne, but the arrangement was not very successful. It is said that Mr Meredith was disgusted with Bossetti's clumsy housekeeping, and that he left the house for eter after seeing the pre-Bapbaelite poet devour a breakfast of six rashers of bacon and Bix eggs, which had been wait ing for him, getting colder aud colder, for over an hour, Rossetti himself confessed that ' George will never ba able to work here with us.' Eventually Mr Meredith made hia home ...