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Colonel the Hon. J. K. Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Colonel the Hon. J. K. Mackay. Just now, that the name', of Colonel tlie Hon. J. 3L Mackay has become so widely known; it may toe interesting to some to read one of his first ballads, giving a description of a hurdle race run during a iace meeting held at By galoree Station, in the back country, just twenty years ago, in which race, Jim Mackay — as he was then known — rode Mr. P. Cox's old buggy horse ' Stoekwell' to the front, and the man on the ' young 'un ' as green as a leek, is now a local resident within five miles of Canowindra. —

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Correspcndeuce. We do not holfy oursclties responsible for vioivs expressed by out correspondents — Ed.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BALLAD OF BYGALOREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

A BALLAD OF BYGALOREE. Away in the mallee, where back-blockers rally The pikers through scrubland and clear, And the horsemen do battle where horns gleam and rattle, 'With hearts that are strangers to fear, * We got up some races, where beauty-lit faces 'Were present our triumphs to greet, For, thauks to our patrons, or rather jl ? . i meir matrons, i The ladies had honoured our meet, j The horse I'd been training — but hang ! the explaining, j I at least didn't ride him that day, I For to finish the matter, I couldn't grow fatter, . So Tom Cox himself rode the gray ; But Patrick, a joker, conversant with 'poker,' ' , Said his nag could win in a walk, Having plenty of muscle to fight out a tussle, And also no fancy to baulk. I offered to ride him; but when he untied him Prom the fence he'd hung to all night, It struck me by chances of winning bright glances 'Were, putting it mildly, not bright ; ? ^ '-He looks a bit seedy, and not ovor greedy For racing,' I ventured to say. ' In thr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meehanics' School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Meehanics' School of Arts. A meeting of the School of Arts com mittee-was held in the Hall on Monday 80th April. Present : . Rev. E. Leth bridge (chairman),. Messrs T. Finn, 'R. Ayrton, J. Boyd, L. Kirkland. A. E. Smith, G. Peek, (Hon. Sec)., Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Account of W. H. Atkinson £1 10s for repairs to building was passed for pay ment. The resolution passed at last meeting that the present committee l ie appointed to revise the bye-laws of the Institution not being in accordance with the notice of motion given by Mr. Smith. Mr. Boyd moved, seconded by Mr. Kirk land, that the motion be rescinded. Mr. Smith then moved, seconded by Mr. Peek ' In terms of his motion ' that a committee of three be appointed to revise the bye-laws, the said committee to consist of Rev. E. Lethbridge, Mr. Boyd, and the mover. ' Carried. Moved by Mr. Smith, seconded by M. Boyd, That the Secretary write and ascerl ain if the Government will grant a subsidy, providing a reading ...

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A Little Tin Trumpet. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

A Little Tin Trumpet.! : . By. JAMES WOUKMAN. Archie Campbell stood in the small, dingy, ill-furnished room in which his little son lay asleep, looking wistfully at the tiny, pale face, framed in a tangle of crisp yellow curls. By the dim light of the candle it looked pinched and wan except for an ominous flush on one of he thin cheeks. A year before it had been plump and rosy. Archie's lips shut tight to stifle a groan as he re alized the change that had taken place in so short a time, and he turned hurriedly away. As he did so he caught sight of a little stocking hanging at the foot of the bed. It was Christmas Eve, and Tommy had placed it there in the hope i that Santa Claus would fill it with toys J and sweets, as he had always done be fore. During the past few months Archie had trained himself to confront the most cruel disappointments with a grim smile, but he was tired, hungry, and mis erable, and the sight of the tiny stock ing shot so keen a pang through his heart, that the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vestry Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Vestry Meeting. Tlie adjourned Annual Vestrv Meeting of the members of All Saints' Church, Canowindra, was held in the church on Tuesday evening, the 1st inst., the Rev. Ernest Lethbridge in the chair. After the usual preliminaries the chairman ; read his annual ronort. which, on flip motion of Mr, G. TC. Minter, seconded ] l-v Mr. W. H. Atkinson, was adopted. I Tlie financial statement and balance sheet for the past year was then read, and on the motion of Mr. Bullen, seconded bv Mr. Grimshaw, was adopted. The following gentlemen were elected officers for the Rjis^ing' yr-ar — Clergyman's Warden. W. H. Atkinson; People's Warden. Mr, W. Pendall ; Trustees' Warden, Mr, G.-K. Minter. The usual motions of '^thanks to the retiring church wardens, and the organist and other church workers were then passed. During: the proceedings reference was made to the satisfactory nature of the report and balance-sheet as compared with that of tho previous ypar, and it was resolved to have an enterta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

| llilillll'l ? MlWIMMMJaillllllllPIMlim JCTCgE ! ? Great House - Ready Made I ^etS' ^ an elsewhere ; ! I IF YOUANNOT COME IN PLEASE WRITE FOE OUE j I ? , ? ? 1900 PEJOE LIST. ! HORDERN BROTHERS, j j 203, 205, 207, 209, 211, ! | PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. j Horderns send Goods CAEEIAGE FEEE to CANOWINDEA, j CAEGO, EUGOWEA, GOOLAGONG, and WOODSTOCK, j GIVE US A TEIAL OEDEE. Yes I Carriage Free to your town at our well known Sydney prices. DEOP us a line asking for what patterns you would like sent, to see wliat we really are selling. ' ' ? ' ! M AVAi AK AS AA A1 A* A' A\ A A-. MM M A^ A\ M AV A M MM AVALA1AIA\ AV A1 ' TO FARMERS^^^ THE GELEBHATED H A SSEY-H ARRIS COMPANY. FOB PAETIOULABSoJ tlie MAS8EY-HAEEIS COMPANY'S Celebrated Agri cultural Implements, including 2 3 4 Furrow-Eiding and [Steering and Eo ary Stump Jump Disc Ploughs, and their CELEBEATED SPEING-TOOTH Cultivators and Seed Sowers. — Apply to JOHN SWINDLE, Local Agent Rose Brook Park, Canowindra. IT WILL PAY YOU^— To Write or ...

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Our Show Grounds. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Our show Grounds. Mr, A. E. Smith, lion, secretary to the P., A., and H-, Association,' has received ; the following' letter from our energetic Member (Mr. T. Waddell) advising 'hita tli at the Secretary' for lands has approved of his ('Mr. Siiiith's) application, oil be lialf of his Association, for an additional area of eight acres for show purposes. ' DepiJrtment of Lands, ' (Sydney, 24tix April lyuu. ' Sir,— Referring to previous corres pondence respecting the application made by tlie Canowindra Pastoral, Agricul tural, and Horticultural Association (Mr. A E. Smith, hon. secretary), for an exten sion of the local Show Ground, I am directed to inform jrou that the Secretary for Lands has approved of an area of 8 acres being added to the Show Ground, provided the sum of £1 10s (one pound ?jp- n shillings sterling)' ;to meet half cost of survey, 'be first paid to the Treasury by the Association. I ha ve, etc., j .. H. Curry, j Under Secretary/' | T. Waddell, Esq., M.L.A. !

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Our Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Our Railway League. IFor the information of those gentlemen immediately concerned with our Eailway League, we publish, through the coiu'tesy of Mr. J. J. Finn (E.L. Secretary) the following letters received from Mr. Waddell, our Member. By taking tins step it enables the committee to come IiuLly prepared to discuss tne business to be laid before them in a clear and concise manner, shortening the time required for the consideration of each motion, and giving speed to the despatch of business : The Secretary Railway League, Cano windra, — Dear Sir, — Your railway re port to hand, and I have written Mr. Hickson re same, I think my letter will fchift him, if not, dynamite alone will do it The first step the Minister can take in -Jie advancement of the' matter is to submit a resolution to Parliament to send the proposal to the Public Works Committee for enquiry and report. I think it will be well when Parliament *aeets, say first week, to have a large deputation to wait on the Minister o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

mercers, Clothiers, Hatters, and Juvenile Cfctfiiters. The B@W@St)BiamzE CREEES, IU TWEEDS, SERCERETTES Shades ) ahd worsteds. - 'AUSTFJAL ' SAC SUITS, TO BEflSBM PERFECT FITTING. Jh GOOD WORKMANSHIP. ™1 YicaT's High- class Gold Medal tweeds in all the latest colors, including all the newest Bronze Greene. jpmn SOUND MATERIALS, 9OS. THOROUGHLY SHRUNK* Ws P.ure Indigo Serges — Guaran- jjEFY teed to stand atmospheric or acid test. Fine medium Com and wide Twills, Vicunas petMton, Corkscrews, &c., &c. _ Finest range of patterns ever submitted to the Australian. Public Sergerettes fa plain and fancy chocks — fiewest Coloring SUMMER WEIGHT — TUP VALUE, AUSTRAL SAC SUIT TO MEASURE 45s | Send for detailed Catalogue and Price List for all Departments , and Patterns Tape and Measure IJorms, NOTE. — All Parcels Carriage Paid by post, Boat, or Rail in N.S.W. T. ROBINSON & CO. ; PROPRIETORY Ltd. ' ! . Agricultural Engineers SPOTTESWO0BS, j HEAR BELBOBRSE. manufacturers o...

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Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Local Directory Auctioneers. E Finn and W J Flannigan. John Finn Agricultural Machinery. T. Robinson & Co., — H. L. Bullen. Banks. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — A E Smith Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights. R Ayrton J C Marka D R M'Donald Bootmaker J Carter Builders W H Atkinson Coach and Buggy Builders D R McDonald R Ayrton J C Marka Cycle Depot. Cowra Cycle Depot, — H. L. Bullen. Hotel Keepers. M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel Saddle and Harness Makers J B Newland Atkinson ftros. Insurance Agencies. Australian Mutual Provident Society T « ? 'J 1 rr *r — n ? A xanntea. — ijl. ju. cuueu, j Imperial Fire Insurance Coy.,— H. L. Bullen, Agent. Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and Life.— J. J. Finn, Agent. Storekeepers J Boyd T Finn W. Pendall. Undertakers W H Atkinson J C Marka Wool and Produce Buyers. T Breen E Finn and W J Flannigan

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

WOODSTOCK. , . GEORGE MARSHALL BEGS to announce to his Friends and the Public generally that he is now keeping the COMMERCIAL HOTEL. Wines Spirits, and Beers of the Best Brands. Good Stabling and Secure Crass Paddocks. All Communications regarding Truck ing and Untrucking of Stock and other loading, or Consignments of same will be promptly attended to. W. H. ATKINSON, BUILDER & UNDERTAKER, CANOWINDRA. ALL classes of Building material, Gal ** vanised Iron, and Glass on hand at Lowest Prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOB ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF WORK. Funerals Conducted to any part of the! District. j n ? uAii-iiinn ? nnnr ftftiinrti iiAnumnim/i duui rmHocjj JOHNjCARTER DESIHES to announce to the public of Canowindra and surrounding dis tricts that he has opened a Boot and Shoe Establishment adjoining Mr. Wm. McAlister's Store and opposite Mrs. Dennis' Hotel. TTE is prepared to supply a FIRST-CLASS ARTICLE at prices consistent with the times ALL BOOTS HAND MADE UN THE PREMISES. Repairs Neat...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Household Hrnts. Pork Duck. — This is a very economical dainty known to only a few, and is 30 aposed of pig's fry, liver and onions. Cake two pounds of pig's fry, cut a pound of liver into thin slices ; then tile heart, lights aud kidney. Pepper them, and iay aside while you slice a couple of rnions- Place the onions in two shallow ins and sprinkled witn salt, pepper, and dried sage leaves crushed. Lay tlie slices of liver on ;op, then another of onions and dried sage. Spread the caul, or fat, on the top to cover the whole. Place the ~ J., o lw\+. /vrrvn f/.i* an removing, pour into the tins a teacupful cf boiling water, and let it remain five minutes ; the gvavy will be quite rich enough* Have' ready a dish of boiled, mealy potatoes. Cold ''iih Brown Sauce— Free cold fish from ski a and hones, and tear it apart if flakes. Make the brown sauce as follows : — Put in, a saucepan over a five a heaping teaspoonful ea,ch of butter and flour, and stir them until they begin to broAvn, then...

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Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Postal and Telegraphic Information. Office Hours. Post Office open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Telegraph Office open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. to p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 9 a.m 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m, deposits only. Postal Notes (Sale of) dui'ing post office hours ; cashing, during money order hours. Note.— Ail offices are closed during f' ? ? J2 ? 1 1 O m i sorting U 1 IxJ.cU.io iiUiu JJJUUCJ au XM. h-.u* daily Arrival of Mails. | From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, -laily at 11 '5 a.m. Cowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 11.30 a.m. Eugowra, Tuesday and Saturday at 1.30. p.m. arga, Tuesi ay, Thursday and Satur- j day at 3 p.m. Walli and Lvndhurst, Wednesday and K Saturday at 1,30 p.m. I Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. I Lockwood and Burdett, Thursday at | 6,30 p.m. 1 Departure of Mails. For Svdney and Woodstock, daily at 2-30 p.m Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 11.15 a.m. Eugowra, Monday and Friday ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

THO BREEN, WOOL AND PRODUCE BUYER, CANOWINDRA. fS prepared to buy for Cash, Wool, ?Hides. Sheepskins,, and Furs of every kind, also Tallow and Horsehair in any quantity. AUTUMN - - - and - - - WISTE2. Just arrived per e.g. DAMASCUS 18 Casr3^ -: General Drapery - Consisting of Blankets Flannels, Flannelietea, Wool Goods, Clothing, etc., etc., 3t$.| EVERYTHING KE«T and MARKED AT LOWEST POSSIBLES prices: R, P. BULKELEY, Importer and General Storekeeper, Cargo. Maeic, Mirth, Mystory, and Marvellous Realism. At the SYDNEY CYCLORAMA. Daphne Floating the Air, and many 6ights, which to the ordinary mortal are simply incredible, constantly being added to tha Cycloramu. The Australian Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society, Ltd. Established 1871. THIS Society, in addition to transacting all the usual forms of Assurance, is the only . office in Australia which issues special policies granting — . _ 1 . ? REMISSION of Proportion of Premium m the event of temporary incapacity through, illness to ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

Canon Glennie, aged 88, the oldest Church of England clergyman in Queens land is dead. The total number of plague cases re ported to the Board of Health up to April 28th was 156, and the total deaths 53. JMPoUNDED at Canowindrn on April 27,1900, from North Belmose, by D. Ryan ; sum due to dale 10s 6d, Dark Bay or Bro-mi G-elding, 4 over TEE near shoulder. A like L off shoulder, big stav, collor-marked, 16 hands, aged. If not released will be sold at this pound at noon on Mfiy 31, 1900. T. GALTVTN, Poundkeeper. RANTED TO BUY. ; FOR CASH. — 100 acres LAND within 6 jor 7 miles of Canowindra. Apply THIS OFFICE. pOR SALE. A WELL IMPROVED FARM of 270 acres, close to Canowindra. _ Apply THIS OFFICE. pOR SALE. 100 GOOD EWES, pick of 400 at 11/ For further particulars Apply THIS OFFICE. RANTED TO BUY, GOOD DAIRY COWS. Applv E. G. INGHAM, Cnmbury. FOR SALE. TWO WELL-IMPROVED FARMS of about 600a. each, near Canowind-a. For particu lar apply THIS OFFICE. '

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General News. THURSDAY, 2.30., p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

General Kews. TBy Telegraph.! Thursday, 2.30., p.m. | Diamond Jubilee has won the ' One Thousand I guinea Stakes.' _ t Premier Seddon has invited Lord Roberts to | New Zealand. | The Federal Delegates ai ; confident of an un- K amended passage for the Commonwealth Bill. |§ I - Tenders have been opened amouuting to I £900,009 for £500,000 Treasury Bills, local issue I - A nirvar tricrant.irv ffilesrViniR at' '? I flames on the sun's surface. A case of plague has been discovered at Cool* gardie: Six cases of plague in Sydney yesterday and one death : one additional case this morning and one death. Mr. Wilkinson's (Manager of Bank at Gren fell) condition reported favorable, A seam of coal, 29 feet thick has been found near Gladstone, Queensland. It is understood that the Victorian Premier has received a private cable from Mr, Deakin ex pressing the firm belief that the .Bill will pass through Parlirment unamended. A man named Andrew Purcell, head waiter in the Criterian Hotel, Rock ham...

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The Transvaal. Thursday, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

The Transvaal. [By Telegraph.'] Thursday, 3 pm, Lorn Roberts reports a general' enveloping [ movement in progress, v Mounted British are sweeping' the Boers in front of them. Eighteen thousand troops are en gaged. Threatens General Botho's lines, who contem plates a retreat. TJii Boers arie retreating to Branfort, and con sider their cause hopeless. Colonel Ian Hamilton is fighting a strong force under General BatRa, at Hantnek. General Maxwell's forces are also fighting, * \ Colonel Brabazon has rescued convoy. ? f Kafeldng reported well oh April 20th. The Boers moved their big grins southward, and destroyed the railway. Three thousand Boers were present. Lord Roberts has asked Maf eking to hold out uiitil 18 th May. It is reported that the garrison recently made strenuous efforts to capture a swarm of locusts for food. Escaping Boers are taking large flocks of sheep and cattle, and hundreds of waggons uf fodder. Tlie British are making strenuous efforts to intercept the Boer retre...

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The Merits of Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

The Merits of Co-operation. Under this heading the following letter to ' The Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' has been written, which we take the liberty of republishing, feeling that it will be of interest to our farmers, and a lesson for future guidance : ' Sir,— Now that there is every appear ance of a good season, and every probab ility of a large area -of land being cropped in 1900, I ask further space in your ? l-.-T.1_ ? ? 1 j1 p ,-t * m viiiuauitt journal ior tue iurtiierance 01 the cause I am advocating, viz., Co operation amongst producers. The production of Australasia is fast outgrowing the population, and the con sequence is that we are compelled to increase our .-exportation so as to get away with our surplus : production. Everything on a big scale must increase slowly, but as long as it keeps pace with the times all is well. Co-operation is a gigantic undertaking, but as long as it keeps pace with the increase of produc tion it means that a good foundation is being ...

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Farmers and Settlers' Association. SOME PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900

farmers and Settlers' Association. SOJfE PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS. Tlie following resolutions, drafted by the Forbes branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, for submission to kindred bodies for endorsement, and thence to the approaching conference in Sydney, will be read with interest : — | 1. That iu order to meet the pressing demand of settlement all lands within the expired pastoral leases in the Central Division should be made .available as possible for 6uch applications. The nf tflonino' an/Wi lands locked against settlement for lengthened periods is detrimental to the best interests of the State, and the Government and legisla ture be especially urged to give effect to the' foregoing request. 2. That in order to ascertain the extent of legitimate demands for land for closer settlement purposes, and to make neces sary provisions for same, thp Department take steps to obtain the names and ad dresses and other necessary particulars of persons desirous of applying for land, ...

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