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Cranbury. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Crsnfoary. A meetiny was held in the hall ou Saturday evening, Juno 7th, under the auspices of the local branch of tho Far mers and settlers Association, to consider the advisability of selecting a local re presentative lor tho Molong Rabbit Board. Mr. J. C. Nash fas elected to the chair aud briefly explained the object of the meetiug. The hon. secretary, Mr. C. Whitmee, read a communication received from the General Secretary with regard to action of Branches in tho election of llabbit Boards. Mr. Caleb Nash proposed Mr. R. E. Mooue. of ' Frisbv, Cudal. grazier, as a fit person to represent the small holdors on the Rabbit Board Seconded by Mr. A Balcouibe and carried unanimously. Mr. Moone thanked the meetiug-for the honor done him in selecting him as a candidate, and briefly gave his views of the work of the Hoard. He stated his aim if elected would be to see that jus tice was done between man and man in the administration of the Act. Mr, W. lirieu proposed and Mr, J. B. Smith .se...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Open Column. CANOWINDRA P.A. & H. ASSOCIATION (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Cur Open Column. CANOWINDRA P. A., & H- ASSOCIA TION. (To ihe Editor.) Sin, — Tn referennc- to the general meet ing, of Members of tlie above and recent correspondence i'1 the eoliinm* of vonr valuable journal. 1 h'g fn ernrp .'jira-e for a few rem irks Hi^v ?!'. 1 do e--: ouif.e atrree wiilt \fr. Ma ??mor.d- .ments, viz., I think it fturi !?????, u 'n*c»!» sarv to have a m*mhf-s-.» n--''Mi?n:i.v- io writing. In aec irdauee \vi-h Tiule 3 (which should now he altered in accor dance with Mr. Bnssett's amendment) I think it should be carried out ns sneoi fitd, by first of sill electing the uresid^lit, then three vice-presidents, and then the committee of twentv-one members. In contested elections any one member de feated ns president or as on ? of the vice presidents would slill lnv' a - ooportun- I itv of being elected on (he committee as he could bo nominated for the three posi tions by the came nerson. This gives every memlier a voice in all the elections, except, of course,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Woal and Pradasa Rapiri. The Australian Woolhroker^ Associa tion report as follows for week ending May 21st. 1902, Woor.. The local market continues to display all the eucourairina: features which have been in evidence of late. A very keen demand Htill exists for all descriptions of the staple but availnblo stocks are limited I and transactions ere restricted to dealing with parcels from the local fellmougeriug establishment. Saleable lots have been at verv lull values auu tne nuctuatiou oi the market is indicative of a continuance of high prices. PllODTJCE. Sheepskins — An exceptionally strong demand prevails for the best descriptions while ordinary lines were firm at late rates. Hides. — Fairly largo supplies were for ward at yesterday's sales. Competition was good and last weeks rates were firmly maintained and lines showing an advance of Is per lb Tallow. — Lower prices ruled. Fair to good tallow declined 5/- per ton whilst1 -prime sorts were not iu such good ro quest, although ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Bazaars and Raffling. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Church Bazaars and Raffling. The quegtiou of holdiug bazaars for Church funds and raffling at Church ba zaars came before thn New Zealand Dio- | ce^an Council on Friday. A heated j debate ensued o-i a motion which expres sed its . hearty approval of Archdeacon M ixon on bis action in opposing r;sfib-s and art unions at. Church Bazaars. Bishop Stretch said the Commandments were quite as much as most people c:-uld observe, and he objected to the synod a 1 ilinrv t.lipir commandments- Bv doilliT SO in this instance they would be mikiug a guilty thing of an innocent thing. . Much of the talk against ruffling was, '? goody goodv.' (Vigorous diss'nt.) As the Devil said in '' Faust.' it wa- ' Words, words, words.' Tie rftiio.ited I hat much of the feeling in this maCer was prompted An attempt was beiug made to blink the fact that tho motive was the test all the time. There was no gambling where there was no selfishness. Ho would vote against tee amendment because he ob jected to tyranny. l...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Tyson in Spirit Land. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Hr. Tyson «n Spirt Land. ! An extraordinary communication was received on Tuesdav by the Master in Equity (says the Melbourne Age). James Tyson, the Queensland millionaire, who died intestate throe or four years ago, desired to make some post mortem „...J 1,.. /?-!.. l.-.I I ? uti[jUJUnmO| auu uo ^Ul« WMWil J IIUU UCBU selected by Mr. Tyson as tho medium for cbmmUmcduiig those, desires. It would appear that news must travel veiy slowly to the spirit world or it must have been known there that the estate had long since been distributed amongst the next of kin. However, the writer says that AT.. Tiroiin mlol.no f«- --i.„ ? 1„ ?im. ?. It.uii.iu, .rnupiu at Jerusalem, and assistance is to be given to a horde of 141,000 people who are to descend on Victoria ?' from heaven on the power of life and comfort.' The correspondent signs himself 'John Wil liam de Brown, sent fororunner 1 to 1G0J years' peace and goodwill amen,' He gives his address as ' Broombery Farm, near Ayr, Scotland, Great ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cowra [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Cowra Hospital We have been requested to give pub licity to the following unsolicited refuta tion of several charges brought against the staff of the Cowra Hospital by a cer tain ' Nemo ' in 6ne of the Cowra papers, which was last week received by -the president of the institution above mentioned : — ' Breakfast Creek, May 33rd. 1902, — TT- 'FJV-Ql\»fn1 — RiV. J.U tUW J. lUOlutuu 1 '? ^ ? -7 Having read iiithe u Cowra Guardian zq. contribution from a person signing himself ' Nemo,' and referring to the ?case of a boy who had been brought a nt fivn miles for treatment, the ?case looks so much like a case of my own -that I am penning these few lines in justice to tho^e who have tho caro of the Cowra Hospital. Now sir, if ' Nemo' is alluding to my little boy's case, he has .-certainly got hold of the' wrong eud of tho stick, for I was not demanded to pay anything 0.1 taking the boy to the hos pital or on fetching him out. When, the Matron was entering the c ise in tho book 1 inquired f...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

fVlr. W. F. Qrmiston, DENTIST, Cowra. RSR. J. M. ORMTSTON will visit the *' undorjneiitioued places on (he dales specified, and thenceforward fortnightly, due notice of which will be giveu by advertisement. — GRENFELL, —Monday, June 2nd, till Thursday 5th, at Still's Hotel. Iv OOR A W ATI1A. — Saturday and Sunday, Juuo 14th and 15th at Costello's Hotel MOUNT McDONAi/D,— Monday, Juno 1 6th at. Evaus' Hotel. WOODSTOCK, — Tuesday, June 17lb, :;t M-irshiilFs Hotel. CANOWINDRA, — On Wednesday, Jiino 18th, till Friday 20lh, at Marshall's Hotel. « ? Klotice. 'T'Hj7! Pul.-lic ?iie i^cuested to Jdndlv 1 r-oln in:, 1 IMlcC.'i-.'LS t.. 1.^ deliv.'vcd 1-.V iij-- mu s: be jiai'i r.»r be'.ore mv tasirtjr deli Vrrv ? j. TV. j -Tr!;: ! ffl. R. Barker & Co,, AUCTIONEER. STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, CANOWINDRA. f*LIENTS having- Stock or Properties to ^ dispose of will find it to their Advan tage it) CALL ON US. Buyers are also most fairly and LIBERALLY TREATED. MONEY TO LEND...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cudal. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Cudal. (From our Correspondent) I hope you will forgive me for my re 2 ii i an ess as a coi responden t bu t news wo . t ' 1 recording like grass and water, is inio'erably scarce, that it is quite a strain on ones mental faculties to think of some +.?* Tim r\f Tfinrr Jvlward VII. tho arrival of the State G ivernor, the Opening - f State Parlia ment, resignation of Lord Hopetowfl. re duction of members of State Parliament, jvernment, Womanhood sufi'enige i or the floating of a throe Million Li.uu. all these have 110 effect ou the people of this sleepy corner of the earths surfime. I say ' effect ' but the effect will pro bably be felt ere we seek the '? cause' Tt. would take something like Mt. St. Pelee in tlie Island of Martinique to shift some folk, we have no race club, no cricket club no shooting elub, and worst it alt uo i\ews xaper urnce, and tuo only hing we can run in hannoiiv in or sym pathise with one another is the long con tinued dry weather. Its effect is keenly felt. 13...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RE "RESIDENT'S" LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

BE ' RESIDENT'S ' LETTER. In our last issue we published a tetter j over the name of ' Resident' criticising ! a paragraph published a few issues back which gave statistics of the religious W.iefs of patients who had been treated rat the Cowra Hospital recently. In re ference to -these he says that in view of the fact that these statistics had been re jected by a previous committeo their publication is ominous. In what regard vre know not. We Jiave repeatedly] heard that members of a certain religious sect did not receive justice at the hands of either the officials or the committee. According to the books of the institution iJih appears to be contrary ta facts— ?there may, of course, fee isolated cases of apparent injustice, but that these cases occurred by reason of the creed professed by the person so. treated would be de 1 ? A rvfATTQ ? 111(1 +1115 llftillCT israelii/ urn' i,u j w-..w ws,»..e — ; case we givo tli« hospital people tlia bene ? 1 lit of what little doubt there may ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

For Ch'l li en's Hacking Cough at _ night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. Saddlery and harness of every des cription may be obtained at Messrs Atkinson Bros, at prices to suit tho times,'*

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

SMALL DEBTS. Louisa Dennis v. A. Way. Accommo datiun at inn. No appearance for defendant. Vordiot for amount claimed with costs. M. T. Phillips v. J. F. Smallaeombe. Claim £1 10s 2d professional services in capacity of attorney. Case settled out of court

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Tennis. A Match was played on Monday last on Mr. Ginty's Court between a team representing Cowra and Nyrang Crae!-:. Though tho day gave every promise of being wet, it proved most pleasant, and an enjoyable day was spent. Following are the scorns — Misses N and T Ginty beat Misses T and A Dvvyer — 6-4, 6-2 Miss E Giuty aud Mr. Sinclair beat MisB DwyerandMr. Holte — 6-3 T. Ginty bent A. Dvvver — 6-0 Misses Ginty beat- M-isses Dwjer — 6-2 T. Ginty and W. Sinclair beat A Dwyor and Holte— 6-5, 6-5 Miss EGinty beat Miss Dwyer — f-0 Miss N Ginty beat Miss F. Dn-yer — O-'. - Miss N. Ginfy and Mr. W. Sinclair b^at Miss F. D wyer and Mr. Holte — 6 2 Miss E and Mr. T. Ginty boat Miss M ' aud Mr. A. lhryer— 0-3. Totals — Nyraug Creek 72, Cowra 31.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

—TO THE ELECTORS OF THE— CARGOAR RABBIT DISTRICT UNDER THE RABBIT ACT. Lad.:es and Gfatlemex — As I am a Candidate for a seat on tbe Rabbit Board at the forthcoming elec tions I beg. to solicit a fair share of your ?votes should you consider mo worthy --f your support. I am well acquainted ?with tho whole of the Rabbit District #nd its resources, and am within th ? limit when I say that fully two-tlikvl - of the District is mountainous, and many parts very ban-on and scrubby. If harsh measures were enfoioed by the opera1 ion of tha present Act it would terminate ?with disastrous remits to all classes of stock awl lands owners, whether large or small. Should you do rue tbe honor of elecii:ig me as one of vonr rfipiV'senlati v?s, I will end«av-»r to the brst of my ability to have the Act ad 'jjiui.siered 'honestly to one and all. My rnoUo is — 'Low tas.es, economy, and progressive work.' Now, Ladies and Gentlemen. I will leave tlio verdict entirely in your hands, j and remain Tour Obe...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

. WHY SUBMIT __ to the exhorbitant charges for BESPOKE CLOTHINg when you cau havo the highest clnss of materials jn Indigo Serges, Vicuna Serges, Seraerettes, Worsteds, and Vicars Prize-taking JIHarricK villa Tweeds. Our ourters are ex pressly Order Gutters, and. Each Order is Cut aud made ns per Measurements, th« Trimmings are Sound ami llelinble Alnlovials, nil side aro Sillc, and Inside work Linou Threads OUR VALUE HAS MADE OUR REPUTATION. WE GIVE THREE CUIHEA VALUE FOR 45s AUSTRAL SAC SUIT 45s TO MEASURE. ? ? ? Send for Patterns, I j ALL 0 RD I Price List, Fusl,: - a I WE I CAivLvlAOJi i AlD.j Plate and Tane i DEFY 3y Io.it, R.il, or Post Free/ ' 'COMPETITION I Boat in fr.S.W. j AUTUMN & WN3TER W Season. j W AUSTRAL SAC SUTT Mmmflfik TO MEASURE ? 45/- Another Feature _ for this WINTER, n,lr Ovniwflt i«nWiw» »»-v Jgy^J||g§& heavy one. WE HAVE A NAME FOB OVERCOATS, aud this s-ason aO orm r years will bo eclipsed for value. MELTON 011ERTERS in Fawn Navy, Hrown, fuU-...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woodstock Items [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 13 June 1902

Woodstosk Umrs FooTBAtL, — A football meeting was held on Tuesday evening last in Mr. J. Marshall's fruit shop. Mr. J. Mn-sliall occupied tho chair. It was propu. cd bv Mr. E. Dug-ley. seconded by Mr. A Florence, ' That llie Gacvctai-y. Mr. M. Pratt, be instructed to write away for 12 new gornseys (royal blue to be the color for the ensuing 6eason) for the members of the club. A committee was formed to eovor up the cricket pitch on the football ground. The members present wove — J. Marshall, E. Ilegley, M. Pratt. F. PiaLt. T. Crielly, W, Sopp, A. Floi-enue, A. Tucker^ and A. Purcoll. Rumoyax. — I noticed a quantity of machinery being dispatched Iroiu Mil ium Creek to Cobar on Mondaj- aud Tuesday Inst. Ratn.— Nice rain set in on Soudny ^evening last which will enable (he fa: mere to continue rowing and plough in . -. At time of wri;it)g weather jniid auu cloudy. liEruuvEt) S( — Trooper T. El' ?wood returned Soutli Africa last week, after having been absent for about 18 months. The t,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sketcher. THE MAKING OF THIN PEOPLE FAT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

Sklclier. THE MAKING OF THIN PEOPLE FAT. »S|PB: W. S. PLAYFAIR, the weU Vl-w known consulting physician to JAsP? King's College Hospital, is a great believer in the rest cure for the restoration of general health when it is at a very low ebb. Probably, he says of the clasB — particularly female — for whom he would prescribe a rest-cure, for years tho patient has been taking next to no food, of ten she is emaciated to an extraordinary degree. Sometimes, especially in the case of hysterical women, the extent to which this starvation is carried is quite astonishing. Either from pure hysteric, or as a consequence of dyspeptic spmptoms one article of food after another has been dropped, until the patient has come to subsist on an almost starvation diet, birely enough to keep body and soul to gether. All the body fat is absorbed, the muscleB waste, and the patient often has tbe appearance of a living skeleton, Musculae Exercise Without Exercise To get the body into good health we have to ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURED. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

CUBED. A poorly-dreeeed man entered a coffee tavern the other day, and seated himself. He was presently visited by a waitress, who inquired what he would lite. To which came the answer : ' Oh, you know !' Failing to comprehend the man's mean ing, she again asked what he would have, when again came the reply : ' Oh, you know !' Still foiling to understand him, and, lunatic, she quickly called the manager, who, after addressing the stranger, and inquiring his wishes, was, to say the least of it, absolutely perplexed to hear the fellow reply : 1 Oh, you know 1' Thinking it a strange answer, but at once grasping the situation, the manager hailed a passing policeman, and, after a brief explanation, gave the man into custody. He was hurried off to the police-court, and, being charged and asked what 'he had to say for himself, simply replied : ' Oh, you know I' Such a reply naturally aroused the magistrate's ire, and he at once ordered him to prison for fourteen days. 'What's that for?' im...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

ENCORES. Hotel Proprietor (to guest at break fast) : ' Did you enjoy the flute-playins in the room next to you last night P' Guest (savagely) : ' Enjoy it P I Bhonld think not. I spent half the ni$ht pound ing on the wall for the fool to stop.' Proprietor : ' Why, Puffer told me that he played over every piece he know four times, and the person in the next room applauded every one.' BebbB : ' Clothes do not make the man. Dobba : ' No, but many a lawyer has been made by a good suit.'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORT STORY The Old Lady's Guest. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

Fn^Sa&fcL ' ' . — ? — ' f WW r«e Old Lady's Guesf. The old lady was dozing in her chair. She was a beautiful old lady, with enow-white hair, and gentle, refined features. She was quite alone in a large and stately room. From the walls the family portraits looked down npon her out of their heavy gold frames. Among theBe were men of all types, gallant Boldiere, thoughtful statesman, and mere striplings freBh from college. But in them all was discernible the family like ness— tbe keen eyes, the well-shaped, aristocratic nose, and the strong, heavy I. A bright fire burned in the magnificent ? open fireplace ; but, in spite of this, a H sombre air developed the apartment. ' The rich, dark tapestrisB, tho heavy, old | oak furniture, and the soft light from the ? solitary, carefully-ekapod lamp, which } ; stood a little to the rear of the lady's ? chair, combined to produce this effect. ? ; Suddenly the old lady was startled into ?: . wakefulneBs. A swif t current of bitterly ; 1 c...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Military [?] at Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

ESi'.ftary TYa n'ng at Schools. A departure by the Public Instruction Department was initiated at Goulbvrn on Monday last, t\o tuitciievs baiug assembled to receive .drill under Stuff-Sorgeant Cook. Tho touchers were previously iiddressed by Mr. C. O, FJashmau (dis trict inepeeloi) and Mr. Bridges (chief inspector), ilv. Floshniau explained the ? cl.iss of drill to be given, and said that all tuo institution ujigut not be suitable for small oou Jtry suhuols, but the teachers would ns.trac(. what tliov considered suit able. Mr. Ijridyns said he desired to give couuriy schools and teachers the advantages enjoyed in Sydney. So far a3 his department was concerned, tho countiy was uot sacrificed to the citv. He believed for evurv hall crown spent in the city a sovereign wns espeuded in tho country. He wished miiitiwy drill to ho taught in all tho behoofs. When the boly was trained to orJiuary habits it would react on tho mind. Attendance at drill was not compulsory on the teachers other ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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