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Lockwood Mail Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Lockwood Mail Service. After cdiisideTablft agitation Oft tbo part of the i'Gsldetite of Lockrt'ood they have succeeded in obtaining a^tri- weekly mail from Canowindra. Mr. H. M, Brown, hon. secretary Progress Com mittee deserves great credit for the manner in which he has kept the matter before'the public, and tho success of the movement is owing to a great extent to his energetic endeavors. This will prove a very substantial benefit to tho residents of this district, and is what has been very necessary for* some considerable time. Prior to the establishment of this service letters and papers posted at Canowindra on Friday rooming arrived at Lockwood a matter of a few miles only, on the fol lowing Thursday. Now, however, our subscribers along the route of mail will receive their paper on tho day of issue, and bo thus enabled to take advantage of tho information conveyed. The- fol j lowing is the working timetable. Maii loaves Canowindra Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at noon ; arriv...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Commonwealth Celebrations. Sydney 2nd Jan. 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

The Commonwealth Celebrations. (From our Special Representative.') feyanej' 2nd Jan, i9ul. Tlie most eventful day in 'the annals of Australian history is past and gone ; but ?v.'ill bo a verdant memory for future J generations of our countrymen. What 'took place yesterday, and the scenes witnessed almost baffle the power ef des cription. I pupose to deal specially with 'what it was my good fortune to person ally witness. To commence, a fortunate ^chance brougnt me into contact with :some acquaintances bound for the mid flight- celebration service at St. Mary's 'Cathedral, so I accompanied them. We ?found the spacious interior literally: packed with the numerous congregation. Precisely as the New Year dawned the rglorious strains of sacred music broke on tlie ear with most solemn and soul-stirring effect — a most fitting accompaniment to the ushering in of a New Year and Century. After a couple of hours of be lated repose wo were all again on the move in expectation of the great even...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canowindra Police Court. TUESDAY, 18th December. (Before Messrs Thos Finn and Jas. Worrall, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Canowindra Police Court. Tuesday, 1 8th December. (Before Messrs Thos Finn and Jas. Worrall, Js.P.1 William Quinn, charged with unlaw ful assault upon Joseph Douglas. Senior-Constable Capewell deposed that he was on duty in the main street, Canowindra at 5 p.m. on the 17th inst, when he saw accused follow Douglas along the street, aud without any provo cation assault him in a most brutal manner. Accused said that they had all been drinking, andjdeniod tho assault. The Bench found the case proved, and fined accused £5 or ono month in Cowra gaol. Wednesday, 26$i December (Beforo Thos. Finn Esq., J.P.)' Thomas Griffon, charged with being found at night in the dwelling of Louisa Dennis, at Canowindra, with intent to commit a felony. Senior-Constable Capewell deposed to having received a complaint on the pre vious day, in cause of which he went in search of the accused whom ho fouud on the bank of the river near Cano windra. In answer to questions put by the Senior-Constable accused deni...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Postal and TelegraphSc information. Orricp. Horn*. j Offiro 0 rori. 1o Ci p.m. Telegraph Office open 0 n.m.i'i 8p.m. Monev Onlws, daily from » a.m. to J) p.m. Sat'irday from o.m. io 1 p.m. f;,|V;i;n; 1^1 1,1c opr-vi daily from 0 n.m 5 p.m. Saturday V) a.m. lo ) p.m. and 6f:n Hp.ni. deposits only. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post office hour:-, ; cashing, din ing money Order hoill'S. _ . — All. orders are closed during porting of moils from Sydney at 11 a.m . nr Anr.iTAT. oi-- Mati.s.^ From Sydney G.P.O. and 'Woodstock, dailv n.i 11 '15 a.m. Cowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satin-- ' «3:iv :iV 1 l.RO a.m. Fugowra, Tuesday and Saturday at l.SO. p.m. Carrn. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur flnv :\1 ?'? p.m. 'WaTli and TAT.dhnrst, 'Wwinesday and Sni«'.-''!:iy at 1 V-m. Ooobigonp', Friday at !?- p.m. Y ,'M-i i v.'iv)1! r.'ii1 1 Burdett, .1.1 iivsii'i \ ai 6 p.m. 1 -em rcrr i-t: of M .ur.s. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at 2.^ri p.Tn Cowrn. 'Monday, 'Wednesday and Fri dav ai 1 1 . 1 ?- a m. l^...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Local Directory Auctioneers. John Finn l5\MfS. Commercial BiiiiYnia: Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — A E Smith ]{iAci:sMrnis axij V iiuei. wrights. R Avrlon .T - - Mnrka 1) 11 M/Donald lilWTMATCER J Carter Bmi.nEiis W 11 Atkinson Bjlkeks. 3' Forrester li. 5. K.eir BiTTCmiii. T. .T Hamilton (\iaoii a xi) Buggy Jlciunna ; r- R McD.muld ! 3?. Avrlon J C 'Marka YlVvn:r. IvKFrETis. M F-wv nr. Junction Hotel 3' IT Marshall, Victoria. 'Hotel S Mmi.F, axi) llxiticiirss Makers .T r. 'ISlewlanfl Atkinson ('n-o?,. Amwras. TJvemooi, ain't 1. on don and Globe 2?ire a.nd Life. — J- J. Finn, Agent. : StOUSKFJSEI'ERS ,T. P-ovd. Storekeeper. T Fi'in W. Feudal! . \:XI-KKTAK]niS AY 11 Atkinson J C Marka 'Wool. AST) pRODlTE Rr VEILS. T Ttreen 33 .''inn and W.T Flamngalfi

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

'RO^rAiC P ATH- »LT rrHUTJClT. f^OTt-vn. ? rvpjy Pr^irlay *.) :m«l 11 o^clofV n.in.. dpvnt'm-{ nnfl Uonp^iHicn ni 7.30 p.ir. : T.Ta^poii \rrrV ;\t. 7*oft n.m. : on Holy ai '.l ^«°0L-V a m. : Cro'-s nrd Bcnediciion on Im'Iuhv o\cir.n;- a» 7.?n W. UTrDonn^.— ' P«n^«v r«f tl-r ncirtli JXii?* 11 n'^nrlr n* 7.o0 p.m. on irr«vr»;vr ?.-? 7.---0. Cflnov ir^'' — SoT.rrl aiul -ToriHli ?r:irJ*»*'s of --c romllt^bES ai 11 ^vc-jlorsi. r.r-a 'l.pr.o- aictkwal 7-^0 r-ro. : 25a?s oa i'm .WTrm-. raoniln«rs at 7.^0 a.m. Wond.-to^li. — Third Sunday i-f ilio monrtj. Mass Hi, 1 } a.m.. ; duvotioiis at 7.30 p. in; Mass on tho lollo'.viu^r at 7. .'JO a.m. Enjroivra.. — l'jiLli Suudaj' of Hie month (tiIich osctMviitjO, Mrss til. 11 iL.ii?. ; de\*oti«»n- nndjiencdictioii at 7.^0 p.m.'. Musk «;i vlw f- 1 lowiii^ aooraiii^ r.t 7.oU a.ii). Ma»w on the Tuesday aii^jv the ttCJioini iStnntay at 10 oVloult. Icevs. D. O'iveiuucly ana V. J. Doraii,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Church Notices. CTJTTfTT OF FX0I,AK1-. ^pwiore 'jvolvM .ti rjmn^m ^ f-lmvcjios 111 lnr» C'v-'i1- n-J fon«»Tr« : — 1«1*. ^11(1. nnfl 4Uu Suti'Ijiyp n} 11 Ti.in.. .In! EuncLiy «t 7.550. p-^i- Orli Suiulny 11 a.v-. 'Mr. jMVDothVI — 1st Smulay :if. 7.'5ft. p.m.. Oil1''. Tt* — 2iifl Ruiul.iy ;it 7 p.m., : 4 tli Sl'IV^'i r«i '1 r.*1. {»' ti.ttj. (4or-*:-2'f-r'T — Sv,'i ;it » 1 n.m. T-n,'»Vir^i1.--ntli Si:i'^nv«l -V'0p.ni. H'^T-V - Cnrnv. ii-^Tn. — }',vrry -lilt Pmi.-'av ai 12.1.- p.w.. Pinion PMnii*.' rl»»v- an-l FnstU-jils as euonittstminps prvjnii, .nud l-v .^pec^i lin-wo. THlir-v p\nT-« 1-v n-ili T)Arrr?oi? nn-l sliniM hr plvrn :«t one vrvo lc hojoii? (IjHo r.'lic-rrvor pnnn-V. 3\cv. Emost. JjrtliVviflc'O^

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Cheap And Effective Rabbit Trap. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

A Cheap And Effective Rabbit Trap. Mir J, Haxlox, of Paragon Park, Booroorban, writing to the 'Eivorine Grazier' says : — Sir, — I send you a cheap and easy way of exterminating the rabbits, which I hope you will kindly publish for the benefit of your readers. I have been using it for the past seven or eight months with every success. The trap is not only cheap, but it is easy made, even by a schoolboy, aud is as follows; Get a coil of wire-netting. 3ft wide, 1 j in mesh, which will make about 125 traps. Cut off two feet of wire netting, fasten the cut ends together, so tliatit makes a shout threo feet long; then cut off 22in of No. 10 wire, and make a ring of it by looping tho two ends together ; then cut two pieces of wire netting 8 inches square, and fasten one piece to the wire ring, so tliatit makes a door, and put it inside your trap about eight or ten inches from the mouth of the trap by two small pieces of wire, and putapiecie of No. 10 wire across the trap in front of the d...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gold-Mining Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Gaid-Min;ng Leases, PiENT is due and owing upon the under mentioned gold mining leases, aud unless paid within thirty days from December 14, 1900, such leasos may be cancelled : — G. Eobson and another, portion l 14, of 2 acres 1 rood 1G perches ; portion 529G, of 4 acres 1 rood 34 perches ; and portion 31, of 2 acres ; all in parish of Largo. Cargo Uotd Mines (No .Liability) a L portion 12o, 5 acres, parish Cargo J Olds, o L portion 128, 3 acres, parish Cargo, J. E. Evans, o l portion 33, 2 acres, parish Toogong.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Shops. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

The Shops. In this issue Atkinson Bros, saddlers and harness makers thauk the residents for their support, and express a hope for tho continuance of same. This firm is thoroughly worthy the support they receive from the fact not only that they tuny be depended upon to turn out only taebest work in small repairs, etc., but they manufacture the whole of their goods on the premises, put in only the best of material and good work, and thereby give assurance to all purchasers is to the durability of the article. The s'ipport of the public depends entirely upon the satisfaction given, and taking this as a criterion Atkinson Bros., must indeed give great satisfaction to their patrons. Strict attention is given in all cases to the wants and wishos of patrons. J. B. Newland, saddler, advises us that he lias not any particular line of goods to recommend ; on all lines ho is quite content with a profit, on the aver age, of 10 per. cent., and states that he intends to continue to sell at that p...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Goolagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Gcolagong. (From our Correspondent.) Our district is not among the fortunate ones which have- escaped the ravages of the fire fiend. On Saturday 29th ult. a fire, caused it is supposed by the igniting of the phosphorus used in the poisoning of rabbits,' started in one of the Budda Station paddocks, owned by Messrs Bowen Bros., and the grass b'eing as dry as tender it spread rapidly. The owners were fortunate in being able to rescue about 20,000 head of stock from adjoin ing paddocks, but suffered the loss of all fences and about 4000 acres of grass ; the fire continued on its course, Mr. E. Culgin losing about 500 acres of grass as well as all fencing. Fortunately he also was enabled to rescue his stock. Mr. S. Glemen also lost about 300 acres of grass and fencing. Between 250 and 300 men were continually at work fighting the flames during Saturday and Saturday j night and Sunday, eventually getting them under control. This fire swept a stretch of country about 6 miles long by one i...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lockwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Lockwood. (From our Correspondent.) The weather lias been very hot and dry, but yesterday we experienced a pleasant cli3.nge, when a storm came up, and about 50 points of raiu were regis tered, but from reports received it ex tended over a very small area. The festive seasons are over and we are again settling down to the every day experiences lliat we iiavo passed through on previous occasions. Harvesting operations are about com pleted with very satisfactory results. Somo crops have yielded as high as seven bags to the acre, while the late sown have been as low as one bag. So far they have escaped damage from both fire and hail, but wo know not how soon we may be visited by the former, for tho allum iuatious from them may be seen from each quarter of the globe, some near, others at a distauco. but each one ten ding to make us feel our own insecure position, and how much we would be at its mercy owing to tho quantity of long dry grass there is on every haild, iu which it would bu u...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Sporting News. (By ' Prodigal.' Mr. A. Kobmson received a wire last night to the effect that Redlight had won the big hurdle raco of £200 at Eand wick. The following are the results of the second day — Tuesday, January 1st — of TattersalTs Club Eaces at Band wick: — Commonwealth Welter : Captain Tawse 1, Zero 2, Benedict 3. Celebration Handicap : Bugosa 1, Bock Gun 2, Watchtire 3. New Year's Gift: Platinum 1, Myosetis 2, Lybian 3. Tattersall's Club Cup: Khaki 1, Nevermore 2, La Hogue 3. Australian Steeplechase - Irish Boy 1, Crusado 2, Mist 3. Empire Welter : Fireman 1, Bed Maud 2, The Snoozer 3. Kuhn's riding of Zero in the Common wealth Welter gave one tho impression that he was riding to lose, and the stewards held an inquiry and cautioned him to give a better account of himself in future. It was unfortunate for Zero's backers who hud taken a short price, to find their chances gone in the first furlong. Khaki's name goes down as the winner of the first Tattersall's Club Cub run i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Tha 41 Qf ' for Printing of 1 IIS# Ail Descriptions —

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Local and General Nsws. The New Century. — The expiration of the year 1900 gives birth, to the most notable epoch in the history of the colonies of Australia, ushering in as it does nationhood as well as another cen tury. In Canowindra there occurred none of the unseemly conduct which usually characterises New Year's Eve, most of the residents quietly awaiting the advent of tho New Year. At mid night the local church bells were tolled, ,but as th' bauds of the clock pointed to the midnight hour this discontinued, and soon all was silence. Our Almanac. — In this issue will be fouud our almanac fcr the ensuing year, and iu tendering it to our readers wo wish them a year of prosperity and hap piness. Stock Sales. — At the last stock sales held at Ilomebuth — on Monday last — 41,100 sheep were yarded to a poor attendance of buyers with the result that there was a falling off in price of about 1 s per head. Our Member. — According to the pro mise made to the deputation in connection with...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

(To He Kii'.or.) Sin. — A letter appears in yours nf the 7th ultimo., wherein the writer 'Veritas Vi licit ' contradicts that ' CanowindiM has turned dog on Eugowra.' He says their object is to secure railway extonsi'.r? from the Blarney-Harden line, to the Stolon g-Forbes line, leaving the route to be determined by the Government. Now, Sir, I'll give the facts, and vour readers can judge for themselves. Since the f'auowindra League was formed, they have had two deputations to wait on the Minister for Works, re railway extension. Oil the first occasion 1 0 op their League went to Sydney : I had the pleasure of proing with them to represent Eugowra. Their Memorial was read by Mr. Thos. Finn and was as follows. — ' We, the delegates appointed by the Canowindra Bail way League, have the. honor and pleasure^ of submitting ov— various views and reasons for deserving railway extension to the agricultural district of Canowindra.' Now, the jje-'t. deiiutation waited on the Minister, Mr. O'S...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canowindra Jockey Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Canowindra Jockey Club Races. | Thero was a very large attendance 'to witness the opening meeting on the new racecourse, over 600 people being pre sent. A large number of visitors were present from Cowra, Goolagong, Cargo, Eugowra, and surrounding district. Tho racing was all that could be desired , the results beiug as follows. — Maiden Plate of 4 sovs. 6 furlongs. M. Costello's Una, 8.12 . . . . 1 S. Davis's Peg the Bake, 8.12 . . '2 J. Herbert's Wilgiinar 8.12 . . 3 Other starters : 0 K, Boomerang, Sundown, Pelham, Belubula, Red Bird, ana _L-r. Jim. This was a most interesting race, Pe£ the Rake starting favourite. Tlie field got away to a fair start, the race result ing in a most exciting finish, Una win ning by a neck, with Wilgimar a neck away third. C. J. C. Handicap of 10 sovs. 1 mile. J. Bennett's Cartridge, 8.6 . . 1 W. Flanagan's Eomulus, 7,0 . . 2 C. Williamson's Gipsy Girl, 9.3 . . 3 Other . starters : Nornianby II, 9.5 : Bareena 9.2. The field got away to a good start....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Our Open Column. (Tlu& col tittiii in open to those of our mib SCrib.rH Vri st'ppOflefX IcllO W0-lld ici-lh (0 v.qireis an ep.'r on en -?;-// suujed likely to prove of interest to the readir.ij p iblic ; We, therefore, do not hold ounelrei responsible for such opinions, nor identify eumhes in. any icay uitit sn.iie.J

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Atkinson Bros for Saddlery

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The Codlin Moth. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

The Codlin Moth. f Herbert J. EmrsFA'. f Another session ef Parliament has closed without a fruit pest bill being passed. A great fuss has been made over stray grubs being found in empty fruit cases that have contained imported fruit, hut no steps have been taken to enforce measures to prevent or check the increase in our own orchards. Fruit growers who go to considerable expenso in spraying aud bandaging their trees have their work to a large eutent to no purpose through the carelessness of others in neglceting these precautions, aud wo should have legislation to compel every person who ha-' apple, pear, or quince trees to spray and bandage or have their trees destroyed. In the Barber's Creek district and other* high parts of tho colony the apple growing in dustry would be one of the best paving ones if it were not for this post, 'and thir i sin uld be 110 reason why apples should have to be imported from America, or even Tasmania, as not only do they grow well, but they can be kep...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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