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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

£5O REWARD. SAID by the Undersigned for infonna * tion that will lead to the conviction of any person STEALING CATTLE or SHEEP belonging to the Bangaroo or Conomodiue Euns. ^HAMILTON ORROENE. X If. ATKINSON. '8AN6AR00 Tar Ore Earmark Cattle JiO fc--^ ' Horses -HQ fiONOMODINE . Cattle ' ,00 ;S- ? times vOO Aubrey Robinson, - - newsagent v?7iv^ Fancy Coeds */|\- Music JiV and Best brands Pipes?, Tob'acco, Cigars imd Cigarettes always on hand at lowest prices. /'Agent for Mercantile Mutual Assu ran.ee Soeiety and AtcJioriey &ad JDawson 3fea Meujhaate; ' . CtsdaS Roller Flour Mill CAORftfiHDRA BRAKCH. Wheat Gristed in any quantu^ FLOUR, ~ BEAN, & POLL A3 U\ ALWAYS ON HAND. L. KIRKLAND. ' AGENT. ! Public istlce.- | PH E LPS*& CO,, 333TESAKERS, ETC., CJLKOWIKDRA Atkinson Bros. Saddlery Wart. A Trial solicited. Repairs neatly and eh-mpljr executed. ^*~ J^OT!Di HOTEL ~^- C A N 0 W I N D E A, fVSATT. DWYER PROPRIETO R,™ Only VHhes The . Spirits Bast 0I And Srands Eser...

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

Local Chat. Government subsidy to the amount o* £39 1 5s has bean received, by the Cum nock P. A., and H. Association. Fov Uhronic Chest Complaints, 'Woods Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. Mr. C. Bohringer of Bowan Park last week met with a uasty accident. 'Whilst^ riding home from 'Cudal his horse stumbled and falling threw his rider. Sir. Bohriager sustained a scalp wound some five inches long, and had the points of several fingers crushed off by the horse's hoofs. Messrs. J. II. Dwyer, S. E. Close, H. W. Luhrs, and T. M- Dunn haye been chosen as candidates for the Molong Rab bit Board by the Eugowra Farmers and Settlers Association. It is anticipated that Premier Errine, of Victoria, will amongst other Parlia mentary reforms reduce the Parliamen tary membership from 95 to GG, salaries from £300 to £200 aud salaried Ministers from 9 to 7. Mr. Jas. Thinks has opened business in. Cowra as Gunsmith. His address is Kendall-street. Almost all townships nominated candi dates for the differ...

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

LocaS Directory. ~ KEWSPAPPR. Tho *' Oanon-indra Star,' — a fair and impartial organ, which takes no party side, but strives to give accurate informa tion on all suujects ; a local papw winch Is entitled to the support of all well wishers of the ?district. AUCTIONEERS. John Finn. BANKS. Commercial , Banking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — V. Blatchford. BrxtCKSMtTHS AND ?VTHEBLWEIGnTS TL Ayrton J 0 Marlca B Williams. Chemist. Canowindra Diepensaiy. BUILDERS W H Atkinson BAKEH8 if. Coetello. DTTTOHEUSr Goodacrc and Graham. T. L. Kirkland HOTEL KFEPER8 M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel SADDLEES S. B.Nfiwland Atkinson Bros INsnUAKCB AGENCIES Liverpool, and London, and GlolieFire aad Life. — J J Finn. STOREKEEPERS T. Finn J. Boyd. W Peudall TTHIIEHTiKEaS JCMarka W Atkinson ?WOOL AND PnoaUOE BUTEKS T 'fireen

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Humour. APPROPRIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

Humour. APPEOPBIATE. sgp? BRIGHT girl in a certain large &l\§) school applied to her teacher for 'J^m leave to be absent half a day, on tha plea that her mother had received a telegram which stated that 'company' was on the way. 'If 8 my father's half-sister and her three boys,* said the pupil, anxiously, ' and mother doesn't see how she can do without mo, because those boys always The teacher referred her to the printed list of reasons which justify absence, and asked if her case came under any of them. 'I think it might come under this head, Miss Jones,' said the girl, pointing as she spoke to the words, ' Domestic affliction.'

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

Personalities. VOTES TO GENERALS. SfV^OWD BOBEBTS has returned borne -)Ite/J has been promoted to an Earldom IjKA by his grateful Sovereign, and has been cheered by tens of thousands of his countrymen. But if wo keep to the good old traditions of the country, our gratitude to ' little Bobs,' as the soldiers affectionately call him. must not end here. It is customary for Parlia ment to vote a sum of money to the com mander of a successful campaign, and such has been done in the case of Lord Roberts. An interesting study is afforded in this connection bv lookiner back into history, and seeing what the country did for victorious generals in the past. There is a marked difference in the mede of rewarding successful commanders for merly and nowadays. Cnca it was the custom to vote a pension to the hero and his heirs, either for so ma ny generations or in perpetuity. Nowadays it is usual to vote a lump' sum down, and not to saddle posterity with any of our debt of grati tude. Quite recent...

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

ILLUMINATED LIFEBUOYS. Special appliances for securing the safety of our seamen have lately been under the consideration of the Naval authorities, and one of them has been adpoted in the shape of a new patent lifebuoy. Every ship has recently re ceived two of these, one to be carried on each quarter. The buoys are made of copper, enclosing hermetically sealed air chambers, and have each sufficient float flower to keep some half-dozen men afloat for as long as they can hold on. Imme diately the cry is raised that some un lucky tar has fallen into the sea, a chain is pulled and the buoy slides off a -sort ef uoiuwojr luco mo wa^er, ab ig urujm » couple of reservoirs containing calcium oarbide are automatically opened, and immediately the buoy touohes the water a couple of flaring lights blaze up from the tubes running to these reservoirs. The lights are inextinguishable, and will burn for about an hour. Their purpose is to show the man where the buoy is, and guide his rescuers to him....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Stockyard Gally. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

Stockyard Sully. (From our Correspondent.^ We Jiave had about 75 points of rain here since I last wrote, and though it has put no '57ater in the dams it was vorv welcome from the fact that it gave us 'a little venter {or household purposes. It wi'l also help to keep the grass alive, or r.ither tho roots of it. This little sho v»r aiii, Ijovrerer. unless more soon f,il's, do a good deal of injury, for hundred* ot ceres ot '.v ho.it will have to be rcsoi-jj. And if 6u;Ti happens to h-? th^ cas«, most, of the farmer? will havo to buv sJr-d fnr the second sowing, which will run them into abouf, 6s par .aero for seed alo!'. As it is now gottin? Jute ia (hi? vai many will not run the risk of sowing flffnin. Some of the farmers hej-e art asking £1 a bag ior seed whaat. Siieep are now dying on almost ovorv ho'ifii g around hore. Moro espe--ially is iV-^ t)-fi flltKO ytiMi nnron fTnf a-ra fm..p .^..J in Inn:b. Most of the ewps that nip. dytnc ere good sound elio?p and in fniv oudititD, and I...

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

Traveller. ESKIMOS. fN the summer of 1980 there sailed from North Sydney, Cape Breton, the ship Windward, oarrying supplies to the explorer, Eobert Peary. On board of her were his wife and daughter — a surprise of which he knew nothing. Mrs. Peary has been to the Arctic regions five times. Her little daughter, Marie, waB born there. It waB in 1891 that Josephine Peary first began to accom pany her husband on Ms chilly expedi tions. She has said very plainly that it was a question of separation or sacrifice. She chose the latter without a moment's hesitation. To keep house in a snow hut, to liva oa tinned meats, not to see the sun for eight months, to be shut off from a world of friends— all these were worth sacrificing if she might be near enough to learn how the explorer fared. So, some 11 years ago, in spite of much harsh criticism and many hems and haws and ominous shakes of the head, Mrs Peary, with full confidence in the man who made her follow him, became the first white woman...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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S. Cyprian's Church, Walli. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

S. Cyprian's Church, WalH. A mefiting of church people was held atTValli ou Sunday last, 15th inst., after service in order to discuss the financial busiuf-si= of tho church. There were pre sent — the Mission Chaplain fin Hi. chair) and Mor-srs Brown, Thurtcll. Adam', Wiiltc, Me.idsmfl8 Thurtell, Gee and White, and Miss Thurtell. The financial statement, showing a debt, of £16 otill existing on tho church building, wa6 read by Mr Thurtell. After a little di-cifision it was dee'ded. on the motion of Messrs White and Thurtell that a ball be lwld at Walli about the 16th July, and thai the sum so realized be devoted, to the liquidation of the debt on the church, building. Mr. Adams proposed aad Mr. White seconded that the very kind oSor of Mr. Brown to advance sufficient money to the committee to j'''3' the vprosentbauk ov«r draft bo ncaeptud with thunks. The motion was carried. Mr. Adams was then elected hon. eec ratarv to the movement, and tho meeting terminated. Serv'cs -will ho. Iwl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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HORSEFLESH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

HORSEFLESH. Ever since the siege of Paris horseflesh has been a favourite food in oertain quarters of Paris , but it is doubtful if it will be as popular in future, for Professor Pflueger has conducted experiments which seem to show that horseflesh is injurious to every one who eats it. During a whole month he fed several dogs exclusively on horseflesh and found that, no matter how much food he gave 4.1_.._ ^1**»« I*»a..vma 4-Kinnav* oirarir /lav Furthermore, he discovered that all of them soon began to suffer from some stomach trouble. A similar experiment was then tried on a St. Bernard dog, and the result, was that he lost much weight during a week that he was fed exclusively on horseflesh and regained it rapidly aB Boon as be was supplied with other food. On some days the horseflesh was cooked and on others uncooked, but the effoct produced by it was always the same. Professor Pflueger says that the reason why horseflesh is injurious is because it contains some poisonous substan...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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THE FRENCH GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

THE FRENCH GIRL. This is the title of a very interesting article in the ' Young Weman,' by Mias Betham Edwards, whose long reaidoncein Paris has eminently qualified her to deal with the subject. The young French girl (she tells us) )b unsentimental ; and herein perhaps lies her safety. She is taught to regard life essentially from a common-senBe standpoint; marriage is placed befone her as the natural, we may say the only, consummation of a woman's deBtiny. For marriage, and marriage only, is every daughter of Eve born. If f.-in vnrflf nnmoa fcn thn wnrnt. lnf; liar £n.]rA an elderly widower, no matter whether she likes him or no. Marriage iB a partnership, and if folks have but com mon-sense they can jog on comfortably together. And it must be admitted that, for the most part, tnese Darby and Joans do jog ob comfortably together. Elasticity of temparameat is another ex cellent preparation for the battle of life ; eo also is the girl of resolution and self denied. In the middle and ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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NOVEL [NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] By the 9-15 Express [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED] CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

'4& ? ' — '? ? ^t(^:=^WrS^ ? ^L cy '/tmwmm d-™.™™^ ?mr By lie 9-15 Express, aB^|; By Walter Wood, Is) W ' Author of ' A Captain in the Fusiliers,' ? Barrack' n^=Sak^» / fALL EIGHTS EKSHRVKm CHAPTER XII.— (Continued. ' There are other instruments that aren't crippled, thank heaven; fer we seem to look as if we should need 'em,' thought the clerk. But he kept his know ledge for bis own use. ' I find,* said the passenger, turning from the instrument and taking a step towards the bag, as if te pick it up — ? I nna tnat jl nave arm tno dbbg pare ot an hour to wait before my train is due. The morning is so deliciously cool that I think I will take a turn along the road outside the station. I shall take care not to miss my train.' He picked up his bag; and was making for the door with a smiling face. ' Dear, dear, he murmured, ' what mischief a simple act of carelessness can do. Permit me, my dear sir, to puss.' Filler was standing in the doorway, undecided what to do generally, bu...

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

W-o!. Winclicombe Cam n and Co Ltd report as follows. — The wool market is extremely firm and all descriptions find a ready s i.le at auc tion rates. The sorts available ? are mostly EC lured skinwool, of which flip output continues to be unusually large, and the ordinary scourers' winter stocks of prices and oddments. In view of the short supply in London aid i.lm inevitable deficiency in th* forth coming clip owing to the drought, we look for a continued strong demand, and a maintennn; e of present prices. We have sold during tho week good averaged scoured fleece tit 1 Sd per lb ; lower qualities in proportion.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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THE BITERS BITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

THE BITERS BITTEN. A certain clerk was not, perhaps, as sociable in the office an might have bees, and owinir to the jealousy of his fellow workers he was daily subjected to petty annoyances. One day they thought .they had hit oh a plan which would amuse them and add to the other's discomfort. ' The next morning when he entered the office, one after another oame up and said to him, in a tone of horror : ' Why, whatever 19 n;ne mawsr w»m you? Are you ill? You look simply ghastly.' The victim pat listening quietly foe a few minutes, then suddenly, to the sur prise of everybody, got off his stool, and Blipped into the manager's office. A short rime only had elapsed, when the manager appeared, and, addressing his astonished olerks, said : ? As Mr. J ? is so unwell, I have granted him permission to take a day or two's holiday, so yon must dividends work amongst you until he returns.'

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

Rab»!t3. A grent number of local men who are at present diaen ;a;.-pd and are willing to earn an lioi.est prn:iy are complaining bitterly at tho action of tho overseer of ii corlaiu large holding in refusing to allow them to go on to the said holding for the purpose of killing rabbits. Wore tlu pviviloge extended it would enalilo nmu bors to at lenst earn wages for sevorai of the pest which om- f armors havo only too gioat a cause to remembor. \Yt- hopo that this side of the qu. sfrou will b* looked to, and that permission will bo given which will bo cosifering a boon upon many deserving persons as well as upon tile district go.-iorally.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Ladies' Column ORIGINAL LONDON LETTER (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) A DAINTY DINNER DRESS [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

Ladies' Column ORIGINAL 'LONDON LETTER Br MBS STRANGE BUTSON. (All Eights Resbbved.) A DAINTY DINNER DRESS JfVWKHICH is a good stand-by is one 'SlXfp of the most useful items of any ojlfjjlvy girl's or young manied lady's outfit. To have a toilette that does not spoil with packing, that iB always ready, and is suitable for either dinner or ordinary reception requirements is a great matter. Foreuoha purpose it is necessary to choose a thoroughly suit able material, one, in fact, that is un crushable, like mouBtieline de soie, silk grenadine or gauze. When dresses have to be made at home it is well to realise what is required and to so utilise any old dress that it may save buying. Thus, suppose you have a white or pale coloured silk dress that you have worn rather fre quently at past evening entertainments, and which at the same time is too good to part with. Take all the trimming off body and skirt; if JieoesB&ry have it cleaned if turning will not do, or if you wish for qui...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

Teun/§. A return match was played at Eurrowra on Saturday. 14th inst, between players representing Goolagmig and Eugowra, and resulted in iin easy win for the Eu gowra boys after a very pleasant and en joyablo gaino Following are the scores — Messrs C Greonhalgh and B Cheeher v Messrs M'Ariin and M. Daffy — G-0, 6-2. 63 Messrs E M'Millun and TV. Arm strong v. Mpssrs G.Walsh and J. Byrnes 6-4, 6-2, 6-3. Messrs J. Greenhalgh nnd Shine v. Messrs C. Peaici? and II. Hennessy 4-6, 3-6, 4-0. Messrs Dibnell and N. M-Millan v. Messrs H. Walsh, and M'Kenzie, 2-6 6'2 3-6.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Science WONDERFUL FACTS ABOUT CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

Science. WONDERFUL FACTS ABOUT CLOUDS. JK3K0R thousands of years some aerial QtTlP wanderers, which we call clouds, 'MS$$ have inspired the wonderment of man. Poets have sung of them, painters have depioted them in all their Btately magnificence, yet tbey have re mained praotioelly usknown factors in our olimate and weather. . Now, however, thanks to the efforts ot the International Cloud Survey, just completed, there would seem to be nothing about clouds that we oo not »»w. »»'» time ago it was arranged by the leading meteorogolists that a systematio snrveT should be made ef the clouds. The prin cipal weather stations throughout Surope and America have made au exhaustive study of these vast bodies of vapour. The result has been that the scientists who directed this peculiar yet fascinating study are now ready to give to the world its first accurate information concerning the hitherto mysterious bodies of vapour floating in the vast atmospheric sea that envelopes our earth. Cueious ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Death. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

Death. It is our painful duty to record the de mise of a very oM resident oi tho district in the person' of Sir. A. Elboum?, Senr.. who on Tuesday morning last passed ove: to the great majority. Cause of death was an old standing trouble which tin deceased had suffered some 30 years, hi being at the time of dsnth about G7 years of ag«4 Mr. Eii-o.u-no during the period vi his resideaoo in tL is district has fal lowed the occupation --? Jabo:;rnr and led a nober industrious Hip. U o reared a large fmiu.y. and leaves / fon^ and two daughterr..' 'About 10 months -ago it will 'be Tomemberod Mrs. Elbourno. deeoasedi wifp, died somewhat su-ld-uly in Ouno windra, PiJicg which timu dpcmistid had b 'on reiiilin^' with his sou »t Jacks Oi^ok. where he was nl tho lima of !iis death. Mr. Elbourno was in receipt of the old age pension, but had only recently availed himself of the privilege.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The Poor Printer. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 20 June 1902

The Poop Printer. Lust week a well known resident of Boulder City, feeling aggrieved at certain comments appearing in last Sunday's assuo of the '' Kalgoorlie Sun,' visited -the office of that paper and threatened 'tho staff with, destructions In the course -of the scuffle which, folio-wed the man was overcome, a.id was subsequently =piven into the custody of the police. When searched at the lockup a loaded -five-chambered revolver arid -a new toma liawk'were found in his possession. Up ^has since been admitted to bail. The man will appear at the police court to morrow

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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