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Lumpy Jaw and Dancar. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Lumpy Jaw and Canc'ar. A craves O. lent asks for some .i.nfni mntion about !u'i]iy jnw and cim.'i'i1 \v Chit tic He p'lints nat tint ii- hii diitiii1' tiv&ry and '.an; lunii o'l a1 boast is oo:i sidereil to bo c «n.:er. n d thf- e is notii i ik ^for the onw bi.t to -!. 'stix);.- Mich c title, as in oa vwill buv n beast witii u lmn-) on it o- u.u ili.- -'» w. The Jrejlies lo the quoMiin s.il miltwl nr? fii;'uis'i--l hv If:-. -I. 1). Sfrw «ut. Mlv^.T.S, V't.-tniry 3jr,rjo ; W tin floik I-o[i;ti!m '-.if — (Q ) Dies raucei --t.iit with a in iv.ii.'t luinj) or fist i no, or both ? (A.) Tho m-ijority -of cn;;c-:-s iiffect -aft tissues and aro therefs r.? mov.ibln. (Q.) AViisn a vancer sfaitfilasr:« ona-i sore- iviil it e c Tic.il up ? (A.) O.if of r'r.c f'ni i t*:i-' « o' ? T ?-r is tiHit ii f !n:s Mi^louc n'c rs l!. .? -!?,!--.- Jll lPnd-lfT- Hi h .ll {l I ) WAI a ennevr wer slii^f Jts posi tio:i from lir-n-1 t-s nccl; or r;rp- lUTstr? ( \.) No : it might spi^ad fio.n o so jmf! t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Kf3dd;jig. Tho 'Wesleyan Ciiaivli at Orang1 was, on Tuusday wec-k hist, era vded to over- j nowinjj.thP'O.'orisio:! boiuglhe wpddin..' cf j .Mi--s Jy.-olyh Tln-.nas diiu.^ht.-'i- of Mi:] and Mrs. U Thomas finvn-'riy r..£ d'aM-j 1ill'.\' lllli. f.lT iilO ]:1-!' f 1 1 -.'?;. V.'1;! 'A i'!*S3- ' dents u*- Oraiij;';, iJiid Mi'. .TjV-. -..' ..rby. j uld-stcr bailor, of i^v^hi ??.-. but lati' --'i 1 Oc.inp;ft. Ih.- Kev. 0. J.iin's l^iii^ thi-j o(iici;iliii,- tler^yiii'in. Tin1 br;.!i: who was f-ivon »w:iy by her bvoib-'r-in-lnw. Mr. ]}:ilnham loosed pai-ticnbi-ly ilnriii ing ill a hnudsomc white silk liroehe dross, triiiiini'd with ehifim and l;ico, with court tiaiu .and vail, and w.:arinjr a haudsamo bnii^Io th-- ^iff';' tlio brilo gn O rt. i^'n1 siU-.- Ori-ifd a r-'civ.-c;- h'.iu- | i q:iot, a gift of \Un ;vr.;om. Tlio' !-ridi-:- j 33a';oi', who wor.'1 wliiic silk trinunjd wiih j wine c:iloi: cl iiis^riion, .whlto Intsj triiume.i umi o-inrh -O'.tners, an.i g.nu j ba:ii-;h-s gifts Ol tbo...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School of Arts Social. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Ec5)oc! of Art; Soc'ai. IJie usual MH-ial m connectjoa \vitii the ?Schoiil of An's will 1)b hold In the Hal! this -evening, w1ht- for tho uciu-iit of the instituti-iu it is hi.pcd there will be a good attendance.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Football [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Fcotfcal! A mnlch will lio played on Sunday aftcrnoou next ou tha I-jcal lieoreatisin IJesrrvebet'.vefn Oiin-Jwindra and Wood stock -junior teaui-s, when liie fonn-^i' will he vepres-'Uted by — T H.ogan, N (.llarko, L ilurray, _J A'ewlaiul, T Avis. J Me OlosUv. J Brown. J Sharpe, J Tovrns-jiid, P Ooady, J Robinson, A llsirkett, , G Dolbel, and J Grant. ' A gno.l game niiy bo expected, as tho lecni lads arc fliily detorniinod t« uso cvGvy^efloL-t to rutriev*.1 thomsL'lves lor past defeats.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Origin of Orange. A LITTLE ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Tub Origin cf Grange. A I.ITTLE HOMAXCE. Jfr. \Y. IT. ri«kstone editor of the JT;:u-F:c*bitr-/ IL-r.iU. writps:— ' I notier n yi.ur Kiib-lwidc-'r' of Friday List ih' words. '' : Though we have been ' unable U h-aee die origin of the trfinsfwin.-jtion o: liiiickmin'i! Sivanij) to jO.-.-!!)'-^.' IC./w. i--. view.of ihe diiubt.' wh;..h exists on ill subject, if -may i-e i-.ton s:iii-i to hear Jin veisi; n of a very old coln:i;rst'hy the i:ai-n «'f -ToJin Mi-fiiiiiv. of Junv. «-!in» sfmii. fui earner find early impressions, us iu!.! to nip, I worked ;;]) iii'oa 39-issuo seiia' or the Ju ice 'Sonfntrn' Cross. I am -soit- -- say I h:ve not a copy of his innUOi1 'nV moat the' tfme of uiitinir, cthf:-.vise ! could give full da!;i.- It appear.- Mr. 51; Guire, w.'io used io o;-oasio'nallr pns. tii'rough lilatli man's S-ran:p on hjs juni-. hex between %d';r-y and ihe Laelilau. hB')pcn?d fo bo at tlie ocly ian one moi;j ?.!..;? .v.i';i .i ,,i.,\-;y :ii-n-ii'-S -? ?!:-]ii:i. arr.v ? ! I.' ) :i '...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The King [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Ths King Tho condition of tho King continues lc improve. His Majesty now rests' comfortably, and the wornl made by the rec-.-nt oprr ntion is healing slowly. The wound is of considerable depth, and is dressed-twice daily. J L 1O CUUIV-I lltl (Ij^i 111* I.ILU1 i V } . \J I \%l t-: V. 11 Alexandra, lliat tlie coronation will t.-ilce place some lime about the end of Septem ber. Jntecossiry services have been held :n E igland almost eontimiously s.noe tho Kinu's illness. Tiie Lo:i lo.\ Stack E.v^lringe coasod operatii'ii.s fur several days owiiii* to the state of ihc Kings health. An imiiienso meeting; cf Transv-aalers have telegr.iphcd their sympathy to his Sfaiesty and Uueen Alexandra, ill the hilltojis in the United Kingdom on (Jorouati'iu night. It is estimated that the railways of Groat Britain lost over £1.000,000 by Ihe postponement of the coronation. Special iilterccssory services were held oil over New South \Vales. T/itor. T!:e K'nx CDiitinucs to g:iin i The colonial troops at...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Sydney Sheep Show. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

Sydnsy Sheop Show. At tlio nnnnal show undor tlie nnijiii!^ or tho New South Wales Sheep Bi-codor'* Ai-sonntion, tliere ws\s a twun «t irony i'i th-» circumstances lliat tlio damp, dull, -'lny discouraged llic nltendnncs nt an ox liil.ition, tlio outvies in ivliitrh -were ???( f^'jtod l»y drought. Mr.S.imuol M'Oniigh'-v isoouvei prizes for the thnmpion vain in tho show, any class, for the bost medium ?wool ram find owe, ami tlio best slrontr ?wool mm. housed section, find for (lie '?'i-t strong wool ram. 4inhous;d soclion. 'The champion prizn for Vst fine won! ra:a and owe go to 'Mr .T.imss Gibson, of Tusmnnia it) tho housed section, and in. the unhoused section to Mr. ,T. S. llivs ±' ill and Mussrs Clink Bros respectively. jMr. Horsfall also Kccuied champion prizes for best medium wool rain and ?ow, unlioiiscvl, mid liest strong' W'if'l «v.vi», Viiiliousod. 'J.'he chiimpiou ]iri/.G £-?!? bust (strong wool owe goes to the vxouulors of tlm liito I). M'JJa'ighoy. A special prize of 10...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 4 July 1902

MONTHLY TiFFKlIN'- T- a -??ss (\-m: mi::.-. *???-..} .-T^, .??.:.,..,*:.,., .... Tuosduy, Julv aiu ui S j-.iu. ? SI.-J. FINN, .' - Secretary. -JANOW1NDKA SCHOOL OJ?-AiJTS. ANNUAL MEETING. *^TIE Annual Sleetin'- of (h-? niiovo Tvill take 'plane at Ilto School of Ails Hall ou Tuesday cvBuing next, .8lh lust. *t 8.39. Receiving Report mid Unlance Shod. Election of Officers.. Consideration ii erection of reading' joun. Scool of Arts '??TO^IMItsH I ? - *|*HE usual Moiitlil.v Sucial will be held in llm Hall ibis waning. ADDISSION— Members, Is. ; jNon-uienibers 2s. —-Musifi. Dancing, Gninos. Death to Rabbits : -JALL aiul INSHECT (he IPuarson, Mo:ldowBa:ik, Uin v-m\ Toseiau: . PortWl, t?implicih , Jieki's, Pixoji ?Groulds, un- ?- POISON -CARTS- -the -ctieatest »nd onta a efpoj.tve Method -?[ d^Hn Wil.li liAHTJITrf. TRICKS FliOM— HOLTE~&CG- Coisrra Machinery Depot. Agents for J3\vyers Sulkies an ' 73ujr{!;iop, nu& ail kinds of AjrricuHinv iLnpieiuonts, JJeiningt, and Maivcsti...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

General News. Flo \-ownovs, 'wai'o fu 'ivk lliievcs. Atuiiildra ploughing- uiaiok iSo]it.ombcr 7 fli. Ynunjf Rliow Sth nnd lOHi September. The e-ro'iH of Parkos uro to bo ltglitod WiUi vajo.' fins,. An order has boon placed bv the Ds~ f 'i;co Dejinitnient -witli tho' Victoriau ?-l^py Ammumti(..u Company for 10,000,000 *SU rounds of .^03 rifle ammunition. 4ai- Ch'irles BiiuneiTuaa, I.ba Australian yUfci Cricketer lias tal;on llio post of cricket, ?aRw conch to Christ's College, Chiistchureli, Jfe N.Z. -§& ' t^onafor Drake stated on 'Fridny thai *'!» tlio Iiiipori.-il Posf-mafiter Goneifll was lo ^JsB be i-ecoiuniended to iinpoae tho £100 por ^8. da3- periilty U)-on the Onent Couipauy ^» f jv being la!e with tho'Euglisli mails this' ^9 For Children's UneVing Congli af Baga 3iii-bt, Woods' Groat Peopermiut Cure. ^w Between 150 and 200 awn it employ SB mfint en the construction of the railw.-vy WM from Teuton to Wyalong. Only lAiito-ir SB Bureau luoii from Sydney nro employed1 W...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Anger not the Prophet Wraggo By scoffing at his tales, He may unite bis weather bag And loose tho storms and gales. The ill effects of drenching rain Wo onlj' can endure, By driving out the cold 'tis plain With Woods' Great Peppermint C ire Auction Sale I —At— _ CANOWFtfDRA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2ioj. 1902. . ' EUGENE FINN, under instructions from Mrs. LOUISA DENNIS will sell by Public Auction at the Miners' Arms Ilotel at 3 o'clock, on the above date— 2 well-matched buggy mares, thoroughly quiet and reliable. 1 first-class yraggonetto and harness, — camplete, as good as now. 2 heavy draught horses, 2 first class ? ? milch cows nnd calves : 2 2-yr-old steers, EUQENE JTIKNs Auctioneer. A WeScome Picnic — to Tnn — REV, W. R0TLEB8E PRESIDENT WESLEYAN CONFERENCE, — WILl, BE HELD AT — NYRANG CREEK WfESLEYAN CHURCH. TBORSBAY, 24-TH. J0LY,1802 LUNCHEON AT ONE P.M. TICKETS— Audit? One Shilling, Cnu,f)nE.v Sixpence PICNIC COMMENCES ELEVEN A.M. £NEIIGETIC AGENTS WANTED. Liliurul terms (o uouipete...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Labour Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

The Labour Bulletin. ?^The following are clippings from the above and show the state of the country from the effects of the drought. OEANGE. Local supply of labour ample for tne district ; there are no unemployed s Wages Billing. — Farm-hands 15/- to 20/- ? per week and rations ; miners 20/- to 45/ per week. Principal industries. — Flour- mills, breweries, tannery, grazing, farm ing, and mining. Mining improving, but developments retarded for want of rain, of which only a few points have fallen durins: May. Good reports have been re ceived from Kosedale and Cadia. MOLONG. Local supply of labour ample for re- - quirements for the district No applica tions for employment have been made. Wages ruling. — Farm and station-hands 12/6 to 1 5/- per week and rations. Prin ciple industries. — Grazing and fanning. There is no demand for outside labour except at shearing-time. COWRA. There are no ' unemployed in this dis trict, and when the drought breaks plenty of work will be available in far...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The Australian [?]urch. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

The Australian Courch. An extraordinary meeting of tho mem. bers of the Australian Church at i^k.. now, the pastor of wliich, Mr. j^at. thew Walker, was recently at the Orange Quarter Sessions convicted for purgwy aud sentenced to six months imprison ment, was held at Lucknow on gatm-flay night last when there was a crOW)jod- at_. tendance. Mr. W. II. SkidniOre occunied the chair, and gave evideucs of the cou. tinued couiidence in Mr. 'Wajte^ sympa thising with their pastor aud ms wjfe ia their tribulation^ Motions were passed extendiug the sympathy of the meeting to Mr. aud Mrs. Walker. On the motion of Mr. J. Floyd it was decided to coritinuo the Work of the Austrah'an Church at ? Lucknow. It was decided that enbscrip ricriptions should be taken up to be de voted to assisting Mrs. Walker.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Goolagong. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Gociagoug. {From a Correspondent.) A meeting of the Church of England Building Committee was held at OrGola gong on .Saturday 31st May, there being present — ltov. A. J. Gardner (in ? the chair), uud Messrs Marsh, Bell, Bmalla combe audGilletr. On the. motion of Mr. Bill, seconded by Mr. Marsh, it was decided to appoint Mi1. cT-nii.n- lion, sucretarv aud treasurer to the movement. 'Die following gentlemen -were elected trustees of the building fuud at Goola goug,— Messrs. A Marsh and V{. Bill. Proposed by Mr. Marsh seconded by Mr. Bill and carried, ' That the secretary be empowered to collect the fencing fund at preseut held by Mr. W, Atkiuson, Church Warden of Canowindra, and hand same to the hon treasurer. Proposed by Mr. Bill, seconded by Mr. Marsh and carried 'That the secretary be empowered to collect the amount now held iu trust by Mr. Me William- of Kau garoobie. Tho financial as follows was thea read :— Cash in hand from sale 01 bund ing material, £5 5s ; held in trust by Mr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stockyard [?]lly. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Stszliyard Gaily. ( Fronnjur Correspond ent .) We had .11 splotidi.l fall of rain hero, and have a two mouths supply of water at least in tha dams and tan ks, and our farmers cm now devote their timo to souiolhiug othor than carting water. Every one now appears to wear a pleased look. There is 110 «' every indication thut the drought has broken uud that appears to be tho general opinion. It is grand to think that in auotber weelc ov two we will have green liells of grass and wheat. The whole face of tho country will bo changed. The rain will doubtless kill a number of llio wwiker sheep, but )t will ni^n l»n ilia means of savinff thousands from starvation. Sumo of the wise ones out hoar say it does uot pay to feed sheep, and that grass won't grow in July ; they ; also think a centipede can't crawl up a br.c; wall.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

THE Commercial Banking Co., of Sydney, Ltd. ?Capital Paid Ur £1,000,000 ? JtKSERVE FuXD . JEl.OlO.OOrt j ;?_ ifBSBVE CUriT-M ? £1.000,000 XIBEEAL ADVANCES MADE ON! APPBOVEli .SECUlUTiES. HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOK DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. -ALL USUAL BANKTXG BUSINESS TRANSACTED, 'V. SLAT HFORQ, Manager Canowindra Branch. ' ? ~ [A Cahd. j Or. A. J. Babies, PHYSICEAS AND SURGEON CANOW1NDRA ;- Harding & Pile E.D.S., SURGEOH DENTIST, ~ MAT BE CONSULTED AT WATTS' PHAIHRJICY, KEHDALL STREET, COWRA, and . FORBES ' nHours from So.m. till 3 p.m. THE CANOWfNDRA STAR AKD I Woodsto'ck Recorder.! FRIDAY, JFLT 11.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Sale of Diseased Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Sals of Diseased Cattle. At the Molong District Court on Fri day a ease of considerable importance' to 'those interested in^the sale of stock: was heard before Judge Docker. A grazier at Cumboogle, near Dubbo, named Archibald Oraig, «ued Louis Car inan, of Bo wen Park, to recover £15, the sale value of 2 iead of cattle, and the cost of thsir subsequent distinction through being diseased. The evidence was that Craig purchased -64 head 01 cattle thxougli Henry Brazier, auctioneer at Eucareena, and after delivery noticed two sickly ?animals in the -herd. They were subsequently destroyed by the piliee, one having been found to be 6iif £eri'.ig from pleurisy, and the other from tuberculosis. Fdf the defence it -was urged that plaintiff had bought the cattle with his eyea open, 4inl was there fore responsible if they turned out defec tiue. His Honor found that the two animals rejected by Craig ? were included in the mob. but Vere rot purchased bj him. Ha could wot sell ih-m without breaki...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Schoal cf Arts. A; the annual meeting of tbo members ! of the above held on Tuesday ovciiinjr i Has! it wns dwk'ed to cljouvn to Tuesday j vreaiujr next when the'a'.musi mocthj' ?will be held in conjunction with n puMii-t mooting. This has been done, to give -tho| public nn opportunity of attending: anil lending tiieir assistance in placing the institution on a firra basis. The conduct ?of tho comiuittco elected in maivy cases meets with the reprobation of untnv peo ple, nnd the- public meeting has beer, called for Tuesday next to oonblc th;i--- who feel au interest lu the weliaiv of the institution to become members., and so guard njrniust matters which may load t s ! f uturo dissension. Auiougsr ot hor matters ' t) be denit with will the discussi'-a of the; Lest means to complete the fuud for the erection of a reading ami cupper-room, (which is a matter io-- general public in terest., instead of ns To the picsent beiug apparently a matter of interest to one or two), the holding: o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

School ef Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meetiag of the members of tho above took place on Tuesday even last, there being a very poor attendance Prior to the holdiug of the annual meeting tho outgoing committee, of whom Messrs. 13. J. iiourke (president), Jno. Boyd, (vice-presidents, T. Finn, &. Ayr ton, M. Abberton, T. L. Ivirkland, J. Marshall, aud J. Cook only were present, dealt with the report and balance sheet, which showed a balance to credit of £53. The balance sheet duly audited was accepted ou the motion of Messes Boyd and Ayrton. Several outstanding accounts were then passed for payment The meeting then resolved itself into an iuformal discussion in connection with the affairs of the institution. The pro gress of the institution during the past tnvlve months was reviewed and numbers of suggestions made for the impi-orement of the nuances during the coining year. . Mr. Iiourke considered that as the re cent social evenings held had been of some assistance Suancia...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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The Recent Rains. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

The Recsnt Rains. The raiu which fell during the early ' part of the week and which has continued -io premise during the week came as a ?Jjooatoths ?district of Ganovsiudra, and - the weather since has proved further - pleasing, carrying as it yere in its palm -.'. -3?w»sneiity- 'or 4e coming season. ISot »:: ?-,'? oniy. may we as a district congratulate fcl ?-.--? ourselves upon having the bane ofdrought * - '?' lifted from our shoulders, «r at all events 5 its effects liglitened, but oilier dlstiets appear to have been favoured in a like respect. Prominent amongst them are Pawbuk, 6* in: Bathurst S3 pts: Blay ? iiey. 70 pts : Carcoar. liOpts: Cu'dal Co pjs: Cargo, 63 pts: Forbes 10-3 pts: K«roravratha. 105 pts: Milithorpe. 00 pts: SToiong, SO pis Orange 300 pis :'Tarani-..' 207 j-.ts: Truukev-, iuo pis : Waiiemwaiia 3 20 pts : WcU-igong-, 50 ,jts. This shows 'tnat tae rain has been general so far es the coastal and nacantaiaous districts ar x^-neer^ed. but unlorninstelr the disrnc...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Progress Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 11 July 1902

Progress CoiniaittBS. JMONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly mooting of tho jiUove toi-k plaoo on Tuesday night last when thoro were present, Messrs T. Kiun, Juo. Boyd, J. Cook, J. II. Marshall M, J. Abberton, R. Ayrton, T. L. Kirk hnd, E. J. Ruurke, and tha secretary, Mr. M. J. Finn. The President. Mr. T. Finn, occupied the chair. The miuutes of last meeting having been read aud confirmed tho correspon dence was dealt with. Letters from Hon. T. 'Waddell in ro the state of disrepair into which the windmill connected with the town water supply had been allowed to fall, aud stating that ho would do bis best to have the matter remedied. Same 'in refereuca-to the appointment of Government medical officer for Cauo wimlra, and stating that though he hud no means of otlierwiso~'innueiicing the .ippoiutmont other than by advancing arguments iu its favor h? would do his best in tlie matter. From D. R. Hall, E-q., M.P. for Gune bah, bringing under the notice of the committee his endeavors iu con...

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