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General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Caneral Chat. The minstrel entertainment thia evening in. the School of Ai'ts, is ex peeled to be a pronounced success. Tlie farce particularly is to be a very laughable oue, and is calculated to make the future entertainments of the local minstrel and dramatic club most popu lar. Railway matters are very dull locally, pending the arrival of Minister 0: Sulli- van. On the 17th a cavalcade is to be formed, to meet the party about four miles out o£ town. The programme previously arranged is to be carried out. The Cargo correspondent to the Molong ' Argus,' c-onsiucrs tliat even though the Minister for Works may not put iu an appearance at that township during recess as promised, the Cargo Railway League will take their disappointment much more quietly than did the people . of Canowindra. Tlie cricket club at Eugowra, having lost the whole of their material in the recent fire at that township, feel doubt ful of starting play this season, though an effort is to, be made to do so. So als...
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
(To the Editor.') Sir, — Referring to a letter by ' Cricke ter ' ^published in vyour paper a few weeks ago in reference to the above. As I have not heard of anything having been done in the matter by tho trustees, I would suggest that the subject be brought under their notice, drawing special attention to tho 33rd section of the Act under which the grant was made, which would surely have tho desired eSect of inducing them to carry out the trust reposed in them, and not -violate their trust by letting the people's reserve for a cattle run, perhaps, to one of their number. If this should fail, an appeal could bo made to the Government setting forth the grounds of complaint, when I have no doubt we would soon soe the re serve put to the use for which it was granted, or have fresh trustees appointed. Thanking you in anticipation, — Yours etC'' LAWN TENNIS PLAYER. Don't forget the sports to-day. A properly organised tennis club is to be formed. A meeting of those gentle men interested is...
Commercial News. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Commercial Hews. WOOL. The Go-operative Wool and Produce 'Co. report having sold at the Bridge ? Street -Exchange a catalogue of 2707 liales'irom all the principal districts in the colony. The prices realised were a little firmer for good wools free from foreign matter and light in condition, but faulty and irregular parcels were ' somewhat neglected owing to a greater amount of Qjurr and yolk many clips are carrying this season. This is apparently lost sight of hy owners placing their reserves. The highest price realised for greasy was 8d, this figure being obtained for 27 bales of super, combing marked WBP/ Compton, from Narromine. This brand opened up in splendid condition, being ?well classed and carefully handled. ?Other lines of the same brand sold as follows — 70 bales AA combing ewes 7}, 16AA combing 6 J, 4*8 1st pieces ewes 6j, 6A combing xbred wethers 6J-, 66AA ?tombing xbred 6 J, 57 1st pieces xbred HOMEBUSH SALES, Mqsday, Nov. 5th. SHEEP. '17,500 sheep and lambs penned, ...
(To the Editor.) THE PEOPLES RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
(To the Editor.) THE PEOPLES RECREATION RESERVE. j Sir, — I have been pleased to note the discovery of tho possession of a public recreation reserve in our town, since which I have been anxiously waiting for tho trustees or Progress Committee to move in the matter, by having it thrown open to the public, and used for the - pur poses for which it was granted. It seems strange that such a reserve should be let by the trustees as a grazing paddock and the public debarred from using it. I trust that one of the abovo bodies will take the matter up and givo it proper attention. — Your humble servant, PRO BONO PUBLICO.
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Postal find Telegraphic information. 'Office Hours. T»nst Office open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telcgrapk Oflic-e open 9 a.m. to 8p.m. M-m.'-y Oixiers, daily from 9 a.m. to $ p.-m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saving's 53ank open daily from 9 a.m 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and -3 in S p.m, deposits only. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post office hours ; calking, during money ?order bom's. Note. — All offices are closed during sorting ol mails from Sydney at 1 1 a.fn daily Athuvat, of Mait,s. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, ?daily at 1 i '1 5 a-in. Cowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 11.30 a.m. Fcgowro, Tuesday and .'Saturday at i-30. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday ana Satur day at 3 p.m. Walli and Lvndliuwst, Wednesday and Saturday at 1 ,80 p.m. Goo\agong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwooil' and Burdett, Thursday at 6 p.m. DEPARTURE OF M.VII.S. Par Sydney and Woodstock, daily at 2.30 p.m Co-R-ra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 11.15 a.m. Eugowra, Monday and Friday at 1 T30 Cargo, Mo...
Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Local Directory Auctioneers. E Finn and W J Flannigaa. Johti Finn BjKES. Commercial Banking Camp&ny of Sydney, Limited. Manager — A E Sinftik Blacksmiths akb Whbei,wbigiits. 33, Ayrton ?J 0 Marka D R M' Donald i BOOTMAKER ?J Carter Botldedb 'W H Atkinson Bakebs. ?J Forrester B. J. Kerr BtJTCEER.. '3!. J Hamilton Coach anb Buggy Builders J5 EKCcDonaf-d Ji Ayrton ?S C Marka. Hotel KnsrEiis. JT Dwyer, Junction Hotel ?3' H Marshall, Victoria Hotel Suniite j-xn HjlMESs MakebS «T B New-Load Atkinson -iros. Ixsguakoe Ag^cies. 'Liverpool, and London and Globe 3?iro and Lif&- — J'- J- Finn, Agent. Storekkebpeks 3'. Boya, -Storekeeper. T Finn W. PendalL TXILOIIS. W. G. Yallance. Tailor, and Habit 3sL&ker. UxDEETATLERS W II Atkinson J C Marka Wool axd Puodpce Botees. T Breen E f'rau and W J Flazmigan
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Ti OM fOs CAT! 10 LI C CHUECH. Co^vra. ? Mn*^ every Sunday at 9 and 11 o'clock a.m., devotions and benediction at 7.30 a.m. : 'wenk days at 7'30 a»m. ; Ma,ss nn Holy? at 9 o'clock a,m. : Stations of iho ross and Benediction ou Friday evenings at 7.^0 ML Iff rTD onald . — First Sundn.y of tho month Mass at 11 o'clock a.m. ; Devotions at 7,30 p.m. Hass on the folloirin^ momiuff at 7.30. Cnuowindrfl. — Second and fourth Sundays of fihe month, 2ffass at II s.mM devotions and bene* klioii at 7.30 p.m,; Mass pu iJie foilowiag: mornings at 7.30 a.m.J Woodstock. — Tli'rd Sunday of the month. Ma w at 11 a.m. ; devotion* at 7.30 p.m ; Mass ge. tho following moiah)-f at 7.30 a.m. 12ugowiu. — Fifth Suuday of the month (when oceuning*), Moss at 11 o'clock sum.; devotions and benedictiioii at 7.30 p.m., M«-s on the ft 1 lowinjj morning at 7. CO a.m. Mass on the Tuesday after ths :eoond Sunday at 10 o'clock. Revs. ]). O'Ken'JcIy and P. J. Doran,
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Church Kotices. cmmCH OF ENGLAND. Scmccs uro held iu different cliurchcs in the Canowinflra Circuit us follows : — .Cnnoit'in&ra. 1st, 2rid, find 4 th, Sunday* at 11 a.nt., 3rd Sunday «.t 7-30. p.m. 5th Sunday 11 &.m. ? Ht McDonald — I fit Sunday at -.30. p.m., only. Woodstock — 2nd Sunday at 7 p.m., ; 4th Sunrtnv nt 4 \VaUi— 2nd' Sunday nt 3. oft p.m. -3oolngon£ — 3rd Sunday nt 11 n,m. Jjnr-Vu'ootl. — 5th Sunday. -'it 3. .30 p.m. Holy Couanwios— CanoM-indra. — Every 4lh Siuidny ft-t \2.15 p.m., :md on Saints' duys and ^Vvstivals us circumstances permit, und by fspeeia notice. .Other places liy fecial notice. ' , Bjii'iiPMi3 and 'VVkiidin-g?.— Xolice slionld be given at least one week More date wherever ^ifcv.tet Lelbbridpre.
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Progress Committee. The usual monthly meeting of the above took place on Tuesday evening, there being present Messrs. T. Finn, (in the chair), A Robinson, R Ayrton, G Peok, A E Smith and J Cook. The minutes having been confirmed and the correspondence read and received, Mr. Cook moved ' That Dr. Raphael be written to advising hint that though the Progress Committee were not in a posi tion to erect a residence forlus accommo dation there would in about a month be a residence vacant, suitable lor him ; and. hoping to see him back again as soon as such residence was available.' Seconded by Mr. Peok and carried. The new bridge was discussed at length and it was decided to allow that matter stand over until the visit of the Minister. Mr. Cook moved, and Mr Robinson seconded, ' That Superintendent Hope bo written to requesting that some of the money voted to be expended on the road between Canowindra and Cargo be so expended between the 28 aud 34 mile posts, as this portion of theroad was...
Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Railway League. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held last Saturday evening in the School of Arts, Mr. T. Bassett occu pying the c?-air. The minutes having been confirmed aud the correspondence read aud received. Mr. G. K* Minterl movod 'that Mr. J. M. Atkinson be written to re convevance of the minis terial party from Woodstock on the 27th inst.1' Carried. Mr. Bassett moved ' That all arrangements re reception of the Minister for Works, be left in tho hands of the banquet committee,' Carried. It was also decided that a cavalcade bo formed in Canowindra to meet the party some distance out of town aud accompany the Minister to the town ship. It was agreed that the programme of entertainment by the Railway League bo adhered to, and that every effort should be made to impress the Minister with the importance of tho district.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
THE Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, iJMITED. Capital Paid IJp . . £1,000,000 . 0 0 Reserve Fund . . 1,010,000 0 o Reserve Liability . . 1,000,000 0 0 £3,010,000 0 0 HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOR DEPOSITS AT INTEREST, Drafts granted on the Bank's London Branch, aud on its Agents in the Colo nies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere. Bills Discounted. Advances made on Liens on Wool and other approved securi ties, and all usual Banking business transacted. The Bank is open for business daily, from 10 a.m., to 3 p.m., and on Satur days from 10 a.m„ to 12 noon. A. E. SMITH,. Manager, Canowindra Branch Barclay EUCALYPTI Sydney, EXTRACT for 6 years. DR.FOLEY^ MAY be CONSULTED at Mrs. Dennis' Hotel on EVERY WEDNESDAY, -from 12 to 3 p.ffi. i t I ? l_ Mr. W. F. OBMJSTON, .Dentist, COWBA. ^1 I THE CANOWINDRA STAR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
IMPOUNDED at Canowindra on tbeTth ? November, 1900, from Town Common by order of the Trustees. sum due to dnto of notice 6s Sd each BAY MARE soar shoulder, A over dJ or C off ^ shod all ronrid, star' both hind feet wlifto saddle marked, about 8 years, 15 hands. ALSO Creamy Mare, R over W near shoulder, star aud snip, near hip down. Cillarand ea'.dle marked, :il o it 14 hanfa^ aged. If not released will be sold at tliis pound at noon on 6th dav of December, I9D0. THOS. (rALVIN, Poundkeepor. THE MINISTER FOR. AVORKS' VISIT TO CANOWINDRA. THE HONORABLE THE MINIS TER WORKS has minified Lis iu ^ntion of visiting Canoirindra on Satur day. 1 7th November, and will h« ac companied by Thomas Waddell, Esq., M.L.A., Member for Cowra, and other members of tlie Legislative Assembly. The Railway League will entertain the Minister at n reception in the School of Arts Hall at 7. SO p.m., and the members of the Railway League earnestly request the residents of the district to join hands with them in...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Local and General News. Held Over. — Through a rush of adver tisements we are compelled to hold over recent tennis match, as well as other interesting items, Monday next, 12th November, being observed as a public holiday the local post office will open from 9 a.m. to lo a.m., and 11.30 a.m. for delivery of letters only. Money order aud savings bank 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Telegraph office 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. A Child .Lost. — much excitement was caused in Eugowra on Friday and Saturday last when it was reported that a five-year-old son of Mr. Grey, of Cooka midgera was lost in the bush near Eurow. It appears that returning home from the Eurow Public School on Thursday, through some childish dis pute arising between the little one and two sisters he sulked and would not ac company them, and they thinking there was no danger of any harm resulting, continued ou their way. When dark ness eame on and the child did not put in nn appearance, a search was instituted, but without...
EUGOWRA CREAMERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
EUGOWRA CREAMERY. As will be remembered some two months back, Mr. Sinclaire, Manager of the Forbes Butter Factory visited Eugowra and delivered an address to tho farmers of that district with the object of indue ing them to take -up tho industry of dairying ana estaensn a creamery at Eugowra in connection with the factory he represented. At the time the pro posal put forward appeared to meet with general approval, but upon further dis cussion, and after testing tho feeling of the farmers interested, it was decided to allow the matter to lay in abeyance. A few weeks ago another meeting was con vened, at which it was decided to estab lish a creamery -on an independent basis, and £1 shares were immediately applied for to the amount of £260t The capital of the -company is to be £300 sh&Tes at £1 per share, no shareholder to hold less %lian fivo shares. Mobsts. G. E. Welford N. E. Osberg, Jas Greenhalgh, Geo. Greenhalgh, Jas Herbert, Snr, D. Ohesher, L. Kirby, wore elected direc ...
ORANGE RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
?OIOM3E.EETAIL MARKET. £ 6 d Eggs, 'per dozen ? ? ? ? ? 0 0 6 Batter, factory, per lb ? 0 0 10 Ditto, dairy per lb ? 0 0 7 Potatoes, ? ? 1 O 0 Wheat, per bushel ? . ? -0 2 6 Onions, per ton ? 3 10 0 Flour, per ten ? ? 6 10 0 Mnize ? ? ? ? ? . . 0 3 6 Oats, feed — ......... ? O 2 6 Chaff ? ? ? ? 2 10 0 Pollard ? ?? ? 0 3 0 Bran ? , ... ? 0 3 0 ?Cheese, per lb , ? 0 0 6 Hams, . ? ...... ? 0 0 9 Turnips ? ? ? ? 0 3 0 L».rd, per lb J ? 0 0 3 Boos Wax, ? 0 1 3 Bacon, (prime) per lb ? 0 0 7 Honey, per lb ? 0 0 1 J Fowls x)er pair ? ? 0 2 0
CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
CATTLE. ?n 10 yarded, 1 090 sold. 'One yard of cows (13 head) on account oil?. Jeffrey was passed in. The quality of the yarding was up to the average. The market opened to a rise in prices, 3jut eased a little -later on ; but quickly '?recovered and went up strong. Bost beef 'was worth 22s per lOOlbs. Best yards -?of.cows to £7 19s-; odd beaste to £8 lis ; .good beef to £6 1b. -CATTLE AVERAGES. G. Marshall, 4 cows, £6 7s, 7 steers, £4 7s 3d. — Woodstock.
Farming Notes. CHEESE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 9 November 1900
Farming Botes. CHEESE MAKING. The milk for the day's cheese-making — consisting, as it is almost unnecessary to remark, of two meals, evening and morniug — sometimes requires a small portion to be heated in order to bring the whole volume to the required tempera ture for renettijig. This may easily be arrived nt by warming a portion of the ] cooler milk in the furnace, care being taken not to raise the temperature of this j warmed milk much above 103 deg. F., as it is for various reasons very inadvisable so to do. j The next thing is to assure oneself that j the milk is sufficiently acid or ripe to i take full advantage of the coagulating! properties of the rennet which is to be added, but not so far iu acidity as to re- 1 suit in that ' bugbear ' of the cheese uiaker, a sour cheese. Now comes a decided difference of treatment, and the possible results accruing from the same. I SCOURING THE W1IEY. This practice — tho addition of a cer tain proportional quantity of sour whey L-oni th...