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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHUKCH. Cowni. — !Mh.ss t'very Sunday at 9 aud 11 oYJock a. to., devotions and benediction at 7.30 a.m. ; Mas* on weekdays at 7*3U a.m. ; Mass on Holy Hays at; SJ oYlotik a,m. ; Stations of the ross and Benediction on Friday evenings at 7.30 Mt. McDonald. — First Sunday of the month Mass at 11 o'clock a.m. ; Devotions at 7,30 p.m. ; 3fass on the foIJcnriii# moruibjr at 7.30. j Caiiowiudra. — Second and fourth Sundays of I ^Jie month, Mass at II a.m., devotious and Ixsne iciiou, at -«20 : Mass on the foUo^injr morning ut 7.30 a.m. M oodjityuk. — Third Sunday of tlie month,' Mass at 11 jt.iiL ; devotious ut 7.30 p.m; Masa i ou the folJowiug mojning at 7.30 a.m. Eugowm.— Fifth Suudav of the month (when occurring), Mass at$ll o'clock a.m. ; devotions and benediction at 7.30 p.m., Mass on the fal lowing morning at 7.30 a.m. Ma*s on the Tuesday after theJseeondJSunday at 10 o'clock, llovy. D. Of Kennedy and P. J. Doran,
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services lire held m diflercut churches m the Ciuioiriudra Circuit as follows : — Canowindra, 1st, 2nd, and «jth« Sundays at 11 a,mv 3rd iSuuday at 7.30. p.m. 5Ui Sunday 11 a. in. Alt McDonald — 1st Sunday at 7.30. p.m., only. Woodstock — 2nd Sunday at 7 p.m., ; 4tli Sunday at 4 p.ia. Wafli — 2nd Sunday afc 3.30 p.m. Goolajron^ — 3J*d Sunday at 11 a,m. Loolnvoiid. — otli Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy Cosoruircox— C«aJo\rmchu. — Every 4th Sunday :it 12.1 5 p.m., and on Saints* days aud Festivals us eji'cmiistuucCK permit, and by specia uon--4?. Other places by special notice. Baptisms and AV eddikos.— Notice should- be given at least one week before date wlierever possible. Rev. Ernest LctJibridge.
Lawn Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Lawn Tennis Club. A meeting of gentlemen interested was called for Saturday last with the object of forming a local tennis club. A fair number of intending members were in attendance, and Mr J Cook occupied the chair. It was resolved, on the motion of Messrs Capewell and Kirkland that the subscription for membership be 5s per annum for gentlemen, each gentleman being entitled to enroll two ladies. Mem bers were then enrolled to the number of 17, The following office bearers were then elected — Patron, T J Finn, Esq; presi dent, A E Smith, Esq ; vice-prosidents — Bev D O'Kenuedy, Rev P J Doran, Eev E Lethbridge, J Boyd Esq, E J Rourke Esq, M Dwyer Esq ; secretary and treasurer, Mr G Peek. Committee of management — Messrs L Kirkland, C Atkinson, H Capewell, J Cook, J H Mac Donald. Selection committee — L Kirk land, H Capewell, J H MacDonald. It was resolved that the committee of management be empowered to draw up a code of rules for the working of the club. Also resoved that all membe...
Result of Sports and Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Result of Sports and Concert. The revenue derived at the sports and concert held on the 9th inst. was as follows. — £ s d Gate money at sports . . 8 4 0 Entry money, side shows, and Booth .. .. 3 18 G Proceeds of concert and dance 16 12 0 Total 28 14 6 From this amount tho sum of £8 9s has been deducted, being paid for cash prizes, rent of show gronnd, printing and advertising, and suudry expenses, leaving a balance of £20 5s 6d, which has been handed to the hon. sec. of the School of Arts as a donation to the Reading-room j Building Fund.
Eugowra News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Eugowra News. (From a Correspondent). Noticing the dearth of news from our portion of the district in your columns, I take the liberty of forwarding you a few items. A meeting of the Eugowra Railway League was held 111 the School of Arts on the 12th inst., for the purpose of send ing a deputation to Canowindra on the l7tiiinst., to wait on the Minister for Works, with a view of bringing Eu-i gowras claim to railway connection] under tho notice of that gentleman. Creamery] matters are humming just now. We expect to have the company registered within the next week, and when that is done we will be in a position I to'proceed with the erection of building, i etc. A little boy, the son of Mr. James Sloan, of this toirn, was thrown from a cart last Friday and was seriously in jured. He has since been removed to Forbes for medical treatment. A number of our local ' pugs ' will figure in the Temple of Justice next Friday for disturbing the quiet of the public. 14/11/1900.
Nyrang Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Nyrang Creek. (From Our Correspondent.) Tlie tiger supposed to be at large in the Nangar ranges is causing much ex citement about hero, and very few of the people living near those hills go out of doors after dark. I think it is time some of the local gentlemen organised a party for the purpose of hunting down the rascal before he does any great damnge. He weather is verv warm and drv. and if we don't aoongetjsome rain all the late crops will he a failure. They are burning off very fast now, and many of the farmers are cutting them for hay already. The early crops are all look ing well, and the harvest is fast ap proaching. While travelling round the other day, I happened to drop in at Mr. Webster's, and was rather surprised to learn that a draught mare of his had given birth to twin foals, both living.
School of Arts Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
School of Arts Sports. I A day's sport was hold in -tho show ground on Friday last, to raise funds fqr the erection of a reading room in connec tion with the School of Arts. A crioket , match was to have taken place, but the weather was considered too hot for that kind of exercise and the idea was aban doned. Several side-shows were on the ground, as well ns a fruit stall, and hotel booth. At about 2 p.m. the events were started and resulted as follows. — Pony Race, 13 J hands, prize 10s. W. Phillips' Broelong 1 Pony Race, 14 hands, prize 10s. W. Phillips, Breelong 1 Maiden Hunt; 1st prize £1, 2nd, 5s. D. Riddle's, Pretender 1 P. Riddle's Jacko 2 Hack Race, prize 10s. W. Phillips' Breelong 1 Handicap Trot, 1 st prize £1, 2nd 5s. A. Grant's No Name 1 — Minter's Daphne 2 Throwing at the wicket, prize 10s. G. Egan 1
Commonwealth Day at Cowra. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Commonwealth Day at Cowra. An adjourned meeting of residents of Cowra was held in the Council Chambers on Tuesday night last, with the object of deciding upon the manner of celebrating ' Commonwealth Day.' It was decided that a procession of friendly societies, public bodies, citizens, and children, headed bv the town band, nroceed from the Railway Station to the P A., and H Association's Ground, where athletic and other sports are to be indulged in ; that a limelight exhibition and a pyrotechnic display take place on the 6how ground in the evening ; that Mr. Homann be inter viewed with the object of procuring the massing of the three bands under his charge ; that tho Railway Commissioners be asked to allow children to travel to Cowra per rail free, and that adult fares be reduced to Id per mile first, and £d per mile second class ; that the head teachers of all the schools in the district be re quested to co-oporate witn tne committee ; that the residents of outlying districts be a...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Local and Ceneral Hews. I Teams required. — In thiB issue Mr. J. F. Smallacombe is enquring for teams for the carriage of wheat to Cowra ; also gives notice of intention to prosecute all trespassers on North Bangaroo, Dance. — A dance in aid of the Town Band is to be held in the School of Arts on Saturdav. 24th November at 8 ivm. Tickets 2s. Enquire within ! Thanks_.— The committee of the School of Arts ~thauk the members of the Dramatic Club and the Sports Committee for the trouble by them to raise funds for the building of the proposed. reading room. Alteration. — Messrs. McDonald and Ayr ton have made a ' cutting' alteration in their standing advertisements in this issue. Miss Rooney. — On Sunday last the congregation of the local Roman Catholic Church were given a treat by Miss Kate Rooney, the talented contralto singer, who remained in Canowindra during Sunday en route for Forbes. At Mass is the morning this lady contri buted several solos in voice so musical, sweet aud powerfu...
Cranbury Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Cranbury Railway League. (From our Correspondent.') F A meeting of tho above league was held on MondaySJevening last in the Barra can Hall, Mr A W Swansbra presiding. The minutes of last meeting were con firmed and the 'correspondence received. The meetinglthen discussed the matter of arranging for the reception *ofJ the Minister for Works. Mr E J Nash pro posed, and Mr T J Balcombe seconded that Mr Ingham arrange on behalf of the league tor ngnt reiresnments at tlie nail for the'1 Ministerial party. It was then arranged that several members provide conveyances to bring tho Minister and party from Canowindra to the Hall, Cudal having arranged to meet the party there and drive them to Cudal. A good muster of members of the league will attend at Canowindra on Saturday to join in the welcome there,
School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
School of Arts. The monthly committee meeting of the above was held on Tuesday last, the following ? members being present. — Messrs. J. Boyd (chairman), W. H. Atkinson, T Finn, L Kirkland, E. J. Kourke, J Cook, R Ayrton, T Breen, J. B Nowland, A J Grant, and A E Smith hon. sec. Mr. Finn moved, and Mr. Cook seconded, ' Thatthe miuutes of previous meeting and correspondence as read be adopted.' Carried. Moved by Mr. Finn, seconded by Mr. Nowland, ' That a hearty vote of thanks be tendered through the press to the members of the Canowindra Minstrel and Dramatic Club, (especially the ladies), also members of tlie sports committee, for their handsome donation to the leading-room funds — being the procaeds of sports and concert, which it is anticipated will amount to about £20 Ss 6d.' Carried. After some routine business being transacted, Mr. Cook with the concur rence of the committee withdrew his former motion in reference to the band practice, and substituted therefore the the inserti...
Canowindra Minstrel and Dramatic Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 16 November 1900
Canowindra Hlnstrel and Dramatic Entertainment. A number of ladies and gentlemen of Canowindra a short time back decided to inaugurate a club for the entertainment of the good folk of Conowindra, and we are pleased to say that their object was fully accomplished, as proved by their first entertainment given on Friday evening last. A worthy object — the assisting of the Building Fund of the local School ot Arts, was selected to benefit by their first effort, with the re sult that the £50 required to be collected for the building of a reading room in connection with that institution was re duced considerably. Mr. Wilson the musical conductor of die club deserves great praise for the success attending their efforts, he sparing no pains to bring the choruses to s pitch of excell ence seldom surpassed in country towns. The first part of the programme consisted of the minstrel circle, the inevitable and irrepressible cornermen, Messrs A. Robinson, (Sambo), S. H. Howey, and C. Armstrong, (...
Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 23 November 1900
Lawn Tennis. A meeting of the committee of manage » of the local tennis club was held in the ' Star ' cMce last week, Mr. X Cook presiding: __ It was agreed to purchase requisite nets and balls, uncovered balls being chosen, Mr. Capewell moved and Mr. Kirkland seconded that tenders be called for putting down two tennis courts, plans and specifications to be drawn up by Messrs Peek and Uapoweli. It was decided that the ladder system,?well known in chess circles 6hotildbe adopted, each player to play for his position on the ladder. Two ladders were ordered to be made forthwith. It was decided that Messrs Capewell and Kirkland as well as any other members who may de sire, compete for the captaincy tff the ?club, «ame to be 'held for a period not greater than six months from date of competition. In choosing players in matches, the selection committee were requested to in all cases take the positions on the competition ladder into consideration and choose accordingly. It was decided that...
Sporting News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 23 November 1900
Sporting News. ''Splinter'' Owen, the well-known ?billiardist and bookmaker, 'of Orange, ?died in the Orange hospital last week, of jpneumonia. 'Subscription lists are in circulation in 'Orange in-aidef his wife and ci'ild. ;Sid, .the progeny of Mr. W. Cousins' '' Souvenir' won the double at Mudgee iraces recently. ?a . Scobie the 'tramer is making a Te -cord for -Cups. Ho won tbree within a fortnight --at Moonee Talley, Flemington, ;and Williamstown. Ibex is standing clear of the two-year, 'olds as the Mjiribymong Plato winner. He is by Gossoon from Angora and was' ?bred -at l^irkhain. There is a M of the! -Abercom about bis appearance, and some: people suggest 'that there must have been :aome mistake. His dam had foals by' 'Chester and Abercom. ; The second last day of the T.E.C. Meeting .was a great day for N.S.W., iflve of the seven races being ttoxi by 3iorses from the Mother Colony. It is reported that Scobie was very ?angry with Powell for riding La Carabine 'the way he did i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 23 November 1900
JOHN FINNjZsa*^ AUCTJOEER and GENERAL AGENT CAH0W1KDRA. INSURANCE AGENT, FIKE AND LIFE, LOCAL AGENT JOSEPH LEEDS & CO., SYDNEY. Reliable Reports Momebush Sale each Sale Day. EV8EIE F1NN& W J. FLANA6AN AUCTIONEERS, :: VALUATORS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Cash purchasers of 'Wool, Hides fe Skins CANOWLNDRA. Particularso'f stock anfi. properties trans mitted on n'ilication. Correspon dence iuvit '3. fiUMSEPS HONEST SEEDS. Special Inducement. H PACKET -of mixed flower seeds containing Jli over 100 varieties, sent post free Troth cata logs, on receipt of la in stamps. HERBERT S. RUNSEY, Seed Merchant, Barber's Creek, N.S.W IS prepared to Execute Bicycle 'Repairs of Every Description ON THE PREMISES. A LARGE STOCK OF MACHINES Both New and Second Hand, of all makes and grades always in Stock, and to be had for Cash or Terms. STRONG, RELL4BLE SECOND: HAND MACHINES, Both Lady's and Gent's, from £5 Upwards. Guarantee given -nith each Machine. INSPECTION I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 23 November 1900
T;iis Issue.— We aTO compelled to 'hold 'over, a number of items this issue, as it is 'ittip'orwive that we publish a full Te]t-rt of the proceedings during the re Vat visit of tho Hon. E. W. O'Sullivan. Minister for Works. This wo have also fyctst: compelled to condense considerably. Wo would also draw special attention to tlio report of HomebuBh fat stock ealos \iulnished'in anothei^columu. We have 'arranged to have those reports wired evei^Thursdayevening, so that our sub-' scribers may be Supplied with the very latest aud most reliable information. ..Advertisements. —In our advertising coluams appear a number of important 'announcements, amongst others pigeon Inatch, tenders for road work,, etc. Will the person who took macintosh from Victoria Hotel on Saturday night last kindly return to this office. — Advt. Government Advertisements. ?Koad Office, Forbes, . 15th November, !9oo. : 'TENDERS, endorsed, as such, and ad * dressed to the Clerk ef Petty Sessions =at Forbes will be re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 23 November 1900
^JlfSSGTiQN HOTEL ~^- CANOWINDEA, MATT. DWYER, Proprietor, OJ'/ Wines brands -Kijgj Kept in Stock.; GOOD ACCOMMODATION. mrnik hot£l, CANOWINDSA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. faonb but the Best Brands cf| Wines and Spirits, etc., kept in Stock. Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. *HE TERMIMUS HOTEL FOR ALL COACHES. Passeng-ers booked for Woodstock VTalli, Lyn'dburst, and Mnhdnrania. J. H. MARSHALL, JPhoi'kip.toe. OOWRA. hlihUStmUAH HOTEL BRIDGE-STREET, ''^Pierce Hsre^7^' j fjESIRES to inform the inhabitants of Canowiudra and District that he has be come proprietor of the above Hotel lately owned by Mr. Mick Thompson, and hopes to receive the some patronage as hitherto given. CANOWINDRA COACH TERMINUS PASSENGERS -:- BOOKED -:- FOR CANOWINDRA & GltENFELL. Marry 0. BuckiiHgfcam, ROVAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, l (Opposite Railway Station.) piRST-CLASS Accommodation for J Visitors and Excellent Stabling. Attentive Groom on the Premises. Horse Boxes. A. VERT SUPERIOR SECOND TABLE First-c...
Homebush Fat Stack Sales. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Homebush, Thursday, 6.32. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 23 November 1900
Homebush Fat Stack Sales. TBy Telegraph. 1 Homebush, Thursday, 6.32. About four thousand sheep penned, principally shorn, and consisted mostly of -good to pviniGquality. Buyers wove well in cviduiice, and notwithstanding the heavy supply, values for shorn showod an improvement. Quotations — Prime xbred wuthers 12s to 13s 6d, good 11s to ]3s6n; prime merino wethers 11s to 12s, good 9s Cd to 10s Gd. Lambs — Heavy supply, and prices low. Cattle — One thousand yarded. Mar ket very strong, with an improvement of about ton shillings. Quotations — Prime yards of bullocks £10 to £11; ?good bullocks, £8 10s to £9 10s; cows ut proportionate rates.
General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 23 November 1900
General Chat. Hon E. W, O'Sullivan, Minister for Works, has faithfully promised that Canowindra and district Bhall have a rail way. Ho had benn all over New South Wales, but had never seen such a fine stretch of agricultural land as those dis tricts hehvpon rinurn and fl.i/ioi He had not seen five acres of bad land during the trip from Cowra. A deputation -waited on the JIo;i. Minister for Works at Cranbury, in re ference to having thpir mines inspocted and reported on by a government official. The deputatian was assured that this this v.-ould be done. Haymaking is now in full swing in tho v.iuuH inura oistnct. XJie recent heavy storms did consitleraljle damage. T)ie mips are looking well, and almost a mcord harvest is expected. Oiin gentleman, Mr. \Y. Bassett, has R|w«ii us a saiiiplf of 1j;s crop of outs. This stands about 5ft Gin hiph, nnd has ?a correspondingly large yield' of grain. It is expected to yield from 60 to 70 bushels to the acre, We have also seen a specimen of wheat...