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Sporting News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 January 1901

Sporting News. (By ' PinSTEXDElt.') Tho Canowindra horse, Redlight, has proved himself a good ono by the man ner in which ho won tliQ Hurdle Eace iaSydney on Saturday the 22nd of Dec., lie was again saddled up iu tlie £200 Hurdle ijaco at Eandwick on Boxing Day and although he had tho substan tial rise of lSlhs on his previous weight he ran a desjiarate race gaming second prize, which amounted to £o0. At the Wellington Sleeting on Boxing D.iy, Bully Bins won two races, Eiulolph the Opening, Zeuo II the Handicap, and Locket the Farewell. Laatier secured the Maiulurama J. C. Handicap ou Boxing Day, l'ierot being second. Gipsy Girl won the double at Mount McDonald on Boxing Day. 'J he Sydney press commenting' 011 Eedlight's running is as follows — ' Among the starters were a number of more than ordinarv performers, including U'. jrnvion, Tri d'or, and Lemonade, and at the finish Lemonade was actual favourite, while Tri d'or and Eedlight received solid support. Moravion did not figure w...

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

G, WALKER — — v WHOLESALE FRUITERER AND COMMISSION AGENT, SUMMEE-STREET, OEANGE. Fruit o'aJl kinds Bought or Sold on Coininissioii.g j Iicfercix'Oj Coii.iuei'.;ial Bank, T. ROBINSON & CO. PROPRIETORY Ltd Agricultural Engineers SPOTTESWOODS, HEAR ERELBOURH'E. Manufacturers of the Celebrated SPOTTED WOODE STRI Pl'Hi;. for both ordinary and damp weather TKEAD POWER WlXXOWEit, with Patent Head Thrasher and Elevators LARGEST li AND W1XNOWHK. with Pump Screen. FEDEEAL COMBINED HARVEST Eli, cheapest machinery ever made for harvesting a crop. MONARCH PATENT MULTIPLE PLOUGHS DISC PLOUGHS, with patent Expanding Frame Catalogues and fall particulars on applicntin.-i to A. E. POIGNAN p,r::cow RA T. J. Wholesale & Retail Butcher IMISIIES to info in the resi dents of Canowi ldra and tlie j surrounding' districts that he has pur- j chased the Br rciimiy Bi'sixkss of -Mr. H. Grant, and hopes that by keeping liis business up-to-date, aud by supplying nothing but the host- of goods, t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Sporting Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

Sporting Chat. The vray in which the different classes of sport haxo boen conducted during the celobratious in Sydney, and tho excel lent programmes put forth have beon no small factor in the happ3' inauguration of tho Commonwealth . At Rosehillon Saturday visitors noticed a number of improvements since tho last meeting held there. They includc a jockey's stand, enlargement to meiubeas' refreshment bar, as well as a general painting up. The horses at the meeting are in num1 bered stalls and the racebook contains a list of them for referenco. On the stall occupied by each horse is its name, Tho jockey's names who ara sliding In oach race are written in u con spicuous place. Rosehill is undoubtedly the most up to-date course in the colonies, and I think some of the other States might ?follow ike example -set thonl. The following the winaors and tlieir starting prices at tho Rosfchill Meeting last Saturday : — Victorian Hurdle Race . John Rid, -8 to 1 against, Tasnaanian Stakes ; Glenm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lockwood Roms. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

LocJcwaod Jtorr.3. {'From. our Correspondent,] Bush Fire. — Another tiro broke out on Thursday about noon, but fovtunatet ly vory little damage was done, not more than two acres of gross being bur, it it origin^iOQ to air. oounsju a but how is a mystery, and no doubt wil over remain 83. The spot where it originated was a tegular glen, and much difficulty was experienced by those who were attracted by the smoko to locate it. but, however, many yVilliug hands from, miles around had soon assembled aud checked the conflagration.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Presentation to Bishop Byrns. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

Presentation ta Bishap Byrns. On Sunday afternoon, inl St. Joseph's Schoolroom, Convent of Merc 03', several addresses and a testimonial were presen to His Lordship, Rt. Rev. Dr. Byrne, Bishop of Bathurst. On account of the weak state of health of His Lordship, tne proceoamga were 01 a semi-pi ivavw 2liaractorv only those connected with tlie various bodies presenting the addresses 'leing present. There were five addresses presented fo his Lordship, viz., from the Olorgy, the Laity, the Catholic Benefit Societies, the Association of the Sacred Seart, and tho Children of Mary, aud ft ?lieque for £2,522 2s from the laity. All he addressos weiv couched in beautiful md sympathetic language, fully testi fying to the universal appreciation with vhich the venerated Bishop is regarded, lud expressing fervent hopes and i rasters for him iu his illuess. Amongst those present besides the! tisliop were : — His Grace, .the Arch-; »ishop of Melbourne, Dr. Can-, His lordship, the Bishop of Maitland...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

Local Topics. Canowindra Brass Band. — The trusteoB of tho local band and all mprabera are requested to meet at the Saliool of Arts, to-morrow, (Saturday) night, at 8 p.m. , Business important. (Vnnrcri.irfr* P A „nil TT ? Tko quarterly Committee meeting will fcu held at the School -of Arts to-morrow, at. 2 p.m. As the date of the auuual show is drawing near, and the business oi the meeting important, it is hoped that all those who ean do so will attend the committee meeting. The Now Bridge. — We are pleased to report that after the adjournment ove; the Christmas and New Year holidays, : work at the new bridge over the Belu- : bula has been resumed. t Tho Harvest — Harvesting is now prac tically completed in this district. Th- returns of nearly all the early crops ar- very good, .but .the late sown ones arc mostly failures as regards grain. Team-; are at present busily engaged carting grain to -tlie ?railway. Clearing Sale. — Mr. John J. Finn,' auctioned;- (iu coil junction with Mr....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANOWINDRA RAILWAY LEAGUE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

3ANOWINDRA RAILWAY LEAGUE. To the JSdttor. Sir, — The Railway League seems to ' have graceful! 3' retired from active organization since the visit of the Hon. The Minister for Works, oi cotorse in some measure due to the busy season, but no donbt to some members running » '-'.I'- IMCH ™.u. .Ill, V/ u.mivau has promised the Railway, and that it will come along alright in due Course. I beg to point out to rtiertiberg of the league tuat tlie same tning nas occurred in other districts years ago i.e., The Minister has definitely promised railway communication, and the iron horse has not reached thoso distriefs Vet. Thii late joyful assurance gifen by Mr. O'Sullivan atjCudal I look upon as very encoura ging, and as an active worker since the inception of tlio Railway League at Canowindra and recognizing the immense boon it would be to this and the adjoin ing districts of Eugowra, Cudut, Cargo and other plaec3, I would like to impress upon members tlie necessity of attending all meetings o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

tiur Open CotumA. (This column it open t-o thoib v-f 6ur mh scrilers and supporters who icofd/l wish to express an opinion on any subject, likely io prove o f interest io the reading public ; We, therefore , do not hold ourselves responsible for such opinions, mr identify ourselves in any imy with same.)

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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PREBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

PREBYTKRIAN CHURCH. . ouiiowindra, — Third Sauday of everr month Rev. E, J. Thomson. .

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COULSON, HARTON, & CO'S. DEPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

COULSON, BARTON, &CO'S. DE POET. Fat Cattle — 60 .yarded, quality princi pally good Market opened at an ad vance of 10s to 1 5s per head on last sales and remained -firm throughout: Bullocks made do £7 18s, cows to £7 16s ; bes beef makiag equal to 23s to 24s per lOOlbs, We 6old — 4 bullocks for for Mr. J. McDonald, Eugowra, to £7 17s, averaging £6 I7s8d 7 cows, for same owne.:, to £7 16s, averaging £7 9s Id 1 bullock for Mr.|W. Cantrill, Bore iioro, to £7 18s 1 cow. same owner, £7 3a 1 cow, same owner. £6 5s 1 heifer, for Mr- W. Mudgate, £5 2s 1 steer, eame owner, £3 4s . 2 heifers, tor Mr-. W. Weily, at £3 Us 5 calves, same owhor, at £1 19s 2 cows, same owner, at £5 2s Fat Sheep— About 300 yarded, quality medium, Market firm for good quality. Crossbred ewes sold at 10s 4d, crossbred lambs 8s lod, merino etfes los 9d, lambs (small)5s 3d, We sold— . 15 ewes, for Mr. Jas' Brennanj Cadis, at 5s 9d, 1 8 crossbred lambs, same owner, at 5s 9d 15 ditto., same o\raer at 4s 8d 8 dit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

MCTIOH HOTEL, 'CANOWHD-SA, MATT, DW YE R, PROPRIETOR, On'y Wines £. »' Iffi'5 Stands Beers Kept In Stock. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. ^ VICTOSIA HOTEL, 1 CAM OWIN DRA . EXCELLENT CUISINE. None but the Best Brands cf j AVines aud Spirits, etc., kept in Stock. ( Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERA.TE. The termimus hotel for all COACHES. Passengers booked for , Woodstock 'Walli, Lyndhurst, and Mandurama. J. H. MARSHALL, PliOrlllETOR. COWRA, [TH EAUSTRAL! A H HOTEL BRIDGE-STREET, '^Pierce Hcre^^ ||E8IRES to inform the inhabitants of Canowindra and -District that he has be come proprietor of the above Hotel lately owned by Mr. Mick Thompson, and hopes to receive the samejiatronage as hitherto given. CANOWINDRA COACH TERMINUS PASSENGERS BOOKED FOE ?CANOWINDRA & GllENFELL. Harry D, Buckingham, H0YAL aeUISE HOTEL, | ? ? ? _ (Opposite Rail tray Station.) I PIRST-CLASS Accommodation for -8 * Tisitors and Excellent Stabling. Attentive Groom, on the Premises. Horse Boxes. A VERY SUPER...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

Homabssh Fat Stock Sales. [By 'Telegram. ] Homemish, 'Thursday, 5.35 p.m. About 32, con sheep. penned, including a large number 'of medium and light quality. The market opened somewhat weaker, but improved as sdies progressed, more especially for lambs. -Prime lambs sold- somewhat better Quotations — I'rinie xbrea wetnersJU's to I3s, good '9s 6d to 10s ; prime Merino wethers lis to I2s ; extra to l3s'; good 9s to 10s. Prime Merino ewes were to 9s Cd. Cat tie. — 1260 cattle yarded. Prices, although good, were not quito equal to last Monday's high rates. Best beet was worth about twenty -four shillings ; and sixpence per ono hundred pounds, j

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Instructive Experiments in Feeding for Butter Production. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

-Instructiiro Experiments in Feeding ^or Butter Productiao. : As meiitioncd in a recent dssue of '** The iDniry ' .some important exj-erimoiit8. iave ? recently been made by Professor fioxhlet, of Munich, oa the effect of leedv ;ing rich l'oods to dairy cows. ^Tlie major fety of jirveious experiments -kad tended auovr xnai 11 was noi pobsiuio w -roctiy iucreuse the fat alone by increased feeding, although it was admitted iliat the quantity of nu'llr produced -could be increased. The results ^practically -amount -to .this^ That with ordinary'' -methods of feeding -a rich ration the. ??effoct produced was to increase the total ?amount of fat aud solids not fat without -disturbing .the ratio of fat to solids not iat to any great extent. Against .these experiments was cited Jthe experience. .gained in tests made in ' very dry summer of 1895, when pastures 'were bare or -burnt up by the great ? brought, and great variations .were noticed in the quantity of milk yielded by ? -Iairy cows. ...

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General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

General Chat. Canowindra, so far, has lia3. quite & salubrious summer. But a few inches of rain wbulfl bo hailed with delight. Svdaey has experienced a week of 1 lUMiVJUes v. muxi wsu i/iimuii describes as being similar to a chapter from tlie Arabian Nights. The iiluiniuaiions of the streets and our beautiful harbour transformed the city into a veritable fairyland. But, Oh what a difference in the morning, when the aacounts have to bo paid. Inter-State and other distinguished Visitors to Sydney express themselves as highly delighted with the Government of ja S Wales for tlie kind manner in which, lliey^iave been trerted during the past week's celebrations. The Government has not only dono honor tu 'itself -but to all Australia by tho manner in which tho festiviteis have been, carried out. The 'Victorian Minister for Defence has anacnr.ced hi sinter.'' 5 on cf bringing under the notice of tho Cabinet the necessity of taking prompt steps to consult the F ederrl (toy ernmett re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

THO BREEN, WOOL AHD PRODUOF BUVEB, CANOWIKDi: A. Clearing Out Sale I SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1901, at WATERGUMBEN FARM 4 miles from Cauowindrat Mr. R. JTORAHAM JOHN FINN, (conjointly frith JOHN . PIESLEY, will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, JANUARY 19th, at WATERGUMBEN FARM, Cowia-road) commencing at 10 a.m^ Drttight Cattle Farrotofc tffljtiftffliiitii Grubbirtg Tackling, Budo^ and Sutky. HoUSEHoLO FURNlfURfe, Including PIANO in first class order. - Also quantity of sundries. Mli. &RAHAM hdving desposed of \\ atergumben Farm, the ubovo is FOR POSitlVE SALE. TfiEMS OF SALE-CASH. Notice ! SlOTlCE is hereby given that all ac counts owing to the undersigned must bo paid into my account, Cominer- a cial Bank, Canowindra, on or beforo 25th January, 1901, otherwise proceedings will bo taken to rocover same without further notice, and without respect of persons. T. J. HAMILTON, Butcher;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

: STUD HOTICES. : ; 10 STAMJD THIS SEASON. — AT— - GUM CREEK. I And travel the surrounding distrust. ' ] THE HANDSOME THOROUGHBRED ?STALLION, J; ^SOUVEIMJR (Bred by„R. Bouse Esq., Beragambil.) 1 SOUVENIR is a beautiful dark brown .horse, i and is acknowledged to be cue ?-o£ the best J bred horses in Australia, as he is by the famous - sire ** Marvellous ' [imp.], who was the sire cfi 1 the great raoehorse ** Marvel,' who defeated - Carbine at weight-for-age in .their ^memorable i race at Band wick, also sire of Eily O'Connor, * Shamrock, Marvelette, -Merveilleux, All Sorts, - and numerous other racehorses. ^ SOUVENIR is -out of Mr. House's favorite mare Cigarette, who was herself a great per- ( former, and she wa9 by that wonderful sire 1 Mimbynoccr, out of Flirt, by-Newington. j SOIATSNIR'S racing careeron- Sydney Tfcce- J courses only lasted from June 1890, till March - 1891, during which time he rnnfour firsts, seven seconds, and three thirds. He won the Hying { Handicap at Cante...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, -jIMITED. tlrffiTAT, Piun Up .. £1,000,000 0 o; IIesekve Firxn 1,010,000 0 ' ?JIesekvu LiAMtm- ... 1,000,000 0 0. £3,010,000 e o HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS 'AT INTEREST. ; Drafts granted oaiho lianas London Branch, aud on its Agents in the Colo nies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and -else whore. Dills Discounted. Advancos made on Liens on Wool and other approved securi Jies, and all usual Banking 'business transacted. The Bank is open for business daily, Irom 10 a.m., to 3 p.m., and on Sat-ur-i tiays from. 10 a.m., to 12 noon. A. E. SMITH, Manager, 'Canowindra Branch B' MCL«Y*MF EUCALYPTI Sydney, ? EXTRACT for 6 years. ER. I llf Tf MAY 1)0 CONSIT/TED at Mrs. Dennis' Hotel ouEVE&Y 'WEDNESDAY, from '??'12 to3»p.m. \ ? !— ; IVSr. ,w. r. OB«.I S T.O N, ; j ^.Dentist, I ?? Cowni. I ? ? ? ? ? I ? ? ___ .THE iC&HOWIHffRA STAR. l'T.IDAY, JANTIAitY 11. -I- ii 'I ?! ? ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

Atkinson Bros., for Sadlery

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

CAlxOWTIOXRA JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING of th- Jockey Club will be held at tlu School of Arts, Canowindra, oil Friday, 18th January, 1S0I, at 8 p.m. As tho proposed reduction of Member ship fee to 10s fid, will probably come into force that night a large attendance is requested. M. J. FINN, Hon Secretary, THE ANNUAL MEETING of the * PROGRESS COMMITTEE will be liold at the School or Arts, Canowindra, on Tuesday, loth January. 190!, at 8 p.m. M. J. FINN, Secretary. TESTIMONIAL TO THE HON 33. W. O'STTTjLIYAN. |T having been deefdod ta tender the ^ Hon. 1-1 W. O'Sullivan, Mini? ter for TVorks, a testimonial in recognition of iiis vahifiblo fiorviV.es, subscription lists ?«re in circulation to enable those sn in clined to subscribe.. One 1ms 'been for -warded to Canowindra, and anyone Wishing to assist may do so on applying to A. E. SMITH. CANOWINDRA. P., A., andH. ASSOCIATION. IgjUARTERLY COMMITTEE MEET * IXG, School of Arts Hall, 12th Janu ? ary, 2.30 p.m. -JOHN J. FINN, i'Asst.'Secre...

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The Commonwealth Celebrations. Sydney, 9th Jan., 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 January 1901

The Commonwealth Celebrations. (From our Special ^Representative.) ^Sydney, 9tli Jan., 1901. Aitkr a period of intense excitement and ..iubilation the-city is beginning to.gradu: 'ftllv assume its every-day appearance. ' The decorations are being removed, and /wonmv realize that the grand 'demons- . tr ation is ,a ihiag of tlio ,;past. --The arches in tlie various streets' -were a most ?imposing feature of tlie display, and ? in ust liave attracted the admiration of ? ?lUo rorf multitude- of -Tisitere. -Some of these are of a very peiinan ont arid artistic description, ethers not so ; especially the -toal arch which recently collapsed, 'Soi-tun at'ely without-doing any damage. The illuminations ware certainly a ?gorgeous display of artistic beauty, and 'would require to' be -actually se6n to be appreciated. Anything in the 'way of ? n description of The vivid devices shown ?' would fall far shol'tcf the actual impress ion gained by seeing them. The thou sands upon thousands of piece...

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