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Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

Local directory Auctioxeehs. John Finn Basks. . ? ' Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — A E ?Smith BLACKSMITHS AKD WHEELWRIGHTS. -E, Avrtoh. ?J G Uavkk © li II' Donald BOOTMAKER \T Carter BuiLDIiES WH Atkinson -JBajeebb. ?J Forrester -13.3. Kerr Buriinin. 'T. 5 Kamiftrin . - Coach Kxd Buggy Bi7tLi-Ei& 1- ^IcJOtfisalel : |R Ayi'iran ?& -3 M«rk& ? 'Hotei. Kwemhw. ^Bt lawyer, Junction Hotel ?3' II Marshall, Victoria Hotel S.vhDi.E axu Haeness Makees ( Atkinson liros. INSURANCE AgEJTCIKS. Liverpool, 'and London and Globe 3Pire and Life. — J. 5. Finn, Agent. ^TCEtKEEKrEBS ; sT. Boy&, ^storekeeper. T Fina. U?fri£'ETAinias ? WH Atkinson ?^CMarka . . ? Woor, and Produce Bcyees. T'Brcdu .E F'mu and W J STlanuigfia

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

ROMAIC CATHOt.1 CCmTRCH. Co-bta. — Mass everj- Sunday at 0 r.ud 11 'o'clock a.m., donitions and liencdiction at 7.30 fa.m. ; Mnwon weekdays at 7'30 a.m. ; Mass an jioly Days at. 9 o'cloi-k a.m.; Siations of the Cross and Benediction on Friday evenings at fc 30 ' Mt. MoDbnaia.— Firsl Sunday of the month Mwsat 11 o'cWk «.ro. ; UevoUonF at, 7.:W p.m. ^ttasf 6u the folloM-iag mpnun^ at 7.30. Canowiiidro.— Second «ud iomth Silndars of Bie month. Mass at 11 a.m.. devotionsand bene ^Udicfc6-a.t 7.30 p.sa. ; Mast on the louotving ajomljigT at 7.30 n.m. Woodstock. — Third Sunday of the month, MaHii at 1 1 a.m. ; devotions at 7.30 ,x-.iu ; Alas* ou the folloiring morning 'at 7.30 a.m. Eugowra. — Fiftli Sunday of the month (when occurring;), Masqat u o'Jiouk a.m. ; devotions and benediction at 7.30 p.m., M;i*i on the ft i lowing moriiiug at 7.3i) a.m. Mass on the Tuesday after ihe second Sunday at 10 d'uln.Jc.; Jlov.s. 3). O'Kenneely and P. J. Coran,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

Clmrch Notices. r-mrRfflT OF ENGLAND. Services arc lield in different churches in the ^CanOTrindra Cirorat ns follows: — Ounowindra, 1st, 2nd, and 4tU, Sundays at 11 -a.m., 3ni Sunday at 7.30. p.m. 5tli Sunday 11 jit McDonald— 1st Sunday at 7.30. p.m., 'only. Woodstock— 2nd Sunday at 7 p.m., ; 4lh Bmidftv lit 4 p.m. Walli— 2nA Sunday fX 3.30 p.m. GooV.ipons— 3vd Sundiiy At 1 1 a,-m. Iiookwood.— 5th Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Hoi.y CoMHtnnos— dnuowindni. — Every 4th Snjidn.y at 12.15 p.m., and on Saints' days mid festivals as circumstances permit, aud by specia iiotine. Otlior plaocs by special notice. Baptisms and AVEDDrsos.— Nofice should he ?given at least one week before date wherever possible. Rev. Ernest Xietbbridg-e.

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THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

TnE FUNERAL. It having been tho desire of the de poased gentleman that ho should be in tori-odat Cannwindrn, the body was con veyed from Sydney to Woodstock by rail on Wednesday last, where tho fune [ral arrangements were taken charge of iby Mr. H. McLeod, undertaker, of Cowrn. :Vcconipanied by sorrowing relatives and friends, the funeral arrived at Cauowin ?Ira about one o'clock, and at once pro ceeded to St. Edward's C. E. Church, the bell of the sacred- edifice hoing solemnly tolled on its approach. The Church was suitably draped in mourning, and filled to overflowing with sympathiz ing friends. Upon the coffin heiug car ried into tho church the Rev. E. Leth bridge, robed in garments of mourning perfonnedj tho usual service for the dead, after which tho funeral proceeded to tho cemetery, accompanied by an immense jcortege of mourners. The Rev. Mr. iLethbridge, having rend the burial ?service, spoke nnst eloquoiiily of the de ceased genlleinan's past life, both as a citizen ajid a...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE MR. R. RICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

THE LATE MR. B. KIOE. It is with deep regret we report the death of one of the most highly respected erstwhile residents of Canowindra, in the parson of Mr. Itobsrt Rico, who departed this life on Monday last at his residency Tarloo, Dalwich Hill, at the age of G9 years. Mr, Eice, \rho until about three [years ajro, had resided in Canowiadra for la lengthened period was a native of Yorkshire, England, came to Australia |in the year 1868, and after a shoi-t resi ideuce in Sydney, lie brought his vouuc wife aud children to Neville, where lie followed the agricultural industry foi about 15 years. Whilst residing at Neville ho purchased considerable pro perty in Cauowindra, and liking tho ap pearance of tho district decided to take up his residence here. This bo did about the year 1881. On arrival at Canowindra Mr. Rice took up the wheat growing industry to 1 largo esreut, com bining the occupation oi sheep and cattle grazing, and -soon established for him self a reputation as an indust...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

Local Topics. Coming Events.— Jockey Club Annual meeting this evening, School of Arts, 8 p.m. ; great clearing out sale at Mr. R. J. Graham's late property, Water gumben Farm, Cowra-road, to-morrow (Saturday, 19th inst), at which luncheon is to bo provided — sale commences 10 a.m. sharp ; Railway League meeting, 26th inst 3 p.m. ; public meeting, 26th inst, 3.30 p-m. ; Band Sports, February 2nd. For particulars see advertisements in this issue. Hou. Mr. O'Sullivan's Promise. — The Hon. Secretory of the P., A. and H. Association has received an intimation that a gang of men will bo put on to clear theroad from Ferguson-street to the Show Ground next. week. Band Sports. — We have much pleasure in drawing the attention of our readers to the programme of sports as advertised in {his issue, in aid of the Canowiudra Band funds, to he held on the Show (Ground on'Saturday, 2nd February next, at which we hope to see a large atten Departure f^.Mr. J. A. Byrne. — We are sorry to be placed unde...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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OUR PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

OUR PROGRESS COMMITTEE. This -body, to which the public of Oano windra-isiiudebted for the carrying out, of almost all necessary work in the dis- - trict, held their annual meeting on lues-; day evening last, and though there was a1 good attendance, the importance of this association as an adjunct 01 the township is by 110 menus s^ifSi'-ienlly recognised by the bulk of the inhabitants of the district. Our farmers, particularly, appear to take but little interest in the welfare of the Progress Committpe, forgetting1, evi dently, that to this institution they are indebted for the agitation which -lias pro cured for them good roads, and almost, all the numerous improvements which benefit them as a body to a far greater extent than any Other portion of the com munity. Let them but consider that but for th-e -existence of the Progress Committee it -would ?devolve upon individuals to agitate for road re pairs, -etc., at his own cost and with much less chance of success, and tiioy will rea...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

THE FUNERAL. Tho funeral of Bishop Byrne was attended by an enormous number o£ oeopla. All the principal business places were closed, and grief is expressed by all denominations, A solemn oiiice for the dead and High Lloquiem Mass mis held utthe Cuthodrnl iit iu oeioeir. i.i-.; building was aensejv packed, and the road- -i ay was blocked by those uaable to obtain admission. Oardin:1.! Moron, three bishops, and 50 priusts were present. An impressive ami eloquent address was deliverod hy the Cardinal in the Cathedral, He was, he said, presjnt to sorrow with them in their great loss, and spoke of the mag nilicent labors of the deceased abovo all prelates in Australia- He was most whole hearted and self -sacrificing iu his duties. Throughout tho Cardinal's re mirks 'lie hirjje congregation was deeply moved. The procession to the cemetery was the largest ever s::en in Bathurst. Last Absolution at tho grave was given by Dr. Murray, Bishop of Maitlan-l. A large number of people from differ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Ob[?]unry. HIS LORDSHIP BISHOP BYRNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

[?] HIS LORDSHIP BISHOP BYRNE. | Our readers will bs sorely grieved to hear of tho death of his Lordship Bishop Byruo, which sorrowful event occurred at half past twelve on Saturday last. His death was a psiwoful one, being un conscious for about half an hour before existence ceased. In attendance at tho bedside woro the Very Itov. Father JD'inne, who has beeu Vicar-General 'since the deceased became incapacitated, and Fathers O'Doivd, Fltinagan, and [MoGee, all of whom wore profoundly jaffeatcil at losing1 one who had been to them and the priests throughout the diocese a pastor and friend for many! years. F.ir months before his death Bishop Byrne had bec-n a severe sufferer, but he bore liis pain and trouble with the courage and resignation of a true Christian. lie knew he was Aying, but that faot had i'or him no terrors ; he had lived a pure and nobli: life, aud doubt less felt as certain us mortal man could feel of a heavenly hereafter. Bishop Byrne was a man of peculiarly {gentl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

JOHN FiNN,z^_ AUCTIONEER and GENERAL AGENT CANCWIFI3RA. INSURANCE AGENT, FIRE AND LIFE, LOCAL AGENT JOSEPH LEEDS & CO., SYDNEY. Reliable Reports Homebush Sale '?nch Sale Day. ThoTSreen; ML AK3 PRODUCE BUYER, CANOWTNDSA. |S jii--j'arr.I to li'jj for Cash, Wool *i!:.-i.-, fheopskius, and Furs of every ?r'L ;.;-o Tallow and Horsehair in any

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ORANGE LIVE STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

CHANGE LIYE STOCK REPORTS. flCoulson, Harton & Co's report. — Fat Cattle.— About 40 yarded. The '-quality comprising principally medium 'to good, with a. few yards of -inferior. Market very .firm throughoufand a ehade in ad-mace of late high ruling rates, ?steers made to £7 lls ; cows to £% Is. .Best beef making fully 24s per lOOlbs. ?.Wfi.sohL— '4 steers for Mr. E. Egan, Cudal, to £6 1.4s. : 5 heifers to £h. il cow for Mr. Millgate, at £3 5s. ?A cows for Mr. Brydon, Lewis Ponds, -fco*ols. :2 cows for Mr. Thos Barrett, to £6 :136. -°2 cows for Mr. J. McDonald, Cave -Creek, to £8 le. averaging £7 TOs' ,. ' 1 heifer at'JS'oTs. 5 :i bull at £3 14-s. \ ?'3 steers lor 'Mrs C 'Moulder, at £4 Is. 2 voalers. af£l 17s. 30 privately, for Miss McNevin, -Gardington, ?and others, at satis factory figures. JVIaMijga total of 115 sold by us during the week. Fat Slieep. — 350 yarded. Market firm for gooid quality which is very -.scarce ; merino weathers made to 10s Gd. 'Wofiold 51 wethers f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

T. ROBINSON & CO.. PROPRIETOR Ltd Agricultural Engineers SPOTTESW00DS, ? HEAR MELBOURNE. Manufacturers of the Celebrated SPOTTESWOODE STRIPPER, for both ordinary and damp wearhor TREAD POWER WINNOWER, with_ Patent. Head Thrasher and Elevators LARGEST HAND WINNOWER, with Tamp Screen. FEDERAL COMBINED HARVESTER, cheapest machinery over made for harvesting a crop. MONARCH PATENT MULTIPLE PLOUGHS. MfciO PLOUGHS, with patent Expanding Frame Catalogues ancl full particulars on application to A. E* POIGNANP^COWRA, T. J, HaHiiltoa,^^^^ Wholesale & Reta-l Butcher. WIISHES to inform the resi '* dents of Canowindra and the surrounding districts that he has jmr chased the BctcjiesV Business of Mr. II. Grant, aud Jiopes that by keeping his business up-to-date, and by supplying nothing but the best of goods, to receive a fair share of patronage CIVILITY AMD CLEANLINESS. W. H. ATKINSON, SUiLOER & UNDERTAKER, CANOWINDRA. RIjL classes ef Building material, Gal ' vanisod Iron,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

THE Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, ? 'Limited, ' Capital Paid Up . . £1,000,000 0 0 Reserve Fi--nd .. 1,010,000 0 Reseuve Liability . . 1,000,000 0 0 £3,010,000 0 0 HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOR DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. Drafts granted on the BanFs London Branch, and on its Agents in the Colo nies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere. Bills Discounted. Advances made on Liens on Wool ami other approved securi-. ties, and all usual Banking business transacted. The Bankis open for business daily, from 10 a.m., to 3 p.m., and on Satur days from lOa.m,, to 12 noon. A. E. SMITH, Manager, Cunowindra Branch r&fiWfcfi! Firsl prize EUCALYPTI Sydney, ? EXTRACT for 6 years. MAY be CONSULTED at Mrs. Dennis' : Hotel ouEVERl' WEDNESDAY, from 12 to 3 p.m. ! _| ? !_ Mr. W. F. O M 1 S T O N, .Dentist, .'COWEA.. j ] -\ —? SHE CiLfBOWSBIDRA STAR. FRIDAY, JANUARY ia.

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Telegraph Pictures [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 18 January 1901

Telegraph Pictures The Telautograph is a little instrument for transmittingelectrirallyfacsimiles of writing or even, of rough sketches. To a pen held by two wires at one end of the circuit, another pen, also directed by two wires corresponds at the other end of circuit, and the movements of the second pen identically follow those of tho first. There is some slight difference in the writing and of the reproduced sketch, be cause the second pen only touches the paper Very lightly, whereas 'the first pen is of the nature of a pencil which has to be be firmly hold by the operator and pressed down fairly hard. This, in brief,Jis the invention, which in one form or another has been eeen several times in England since 1893» But when it was shown some years ago no one claimed for it that its -written mes sages could be transmitted more than a few miles. It was shown the other day at the offices of new Telautograph Com pany in Gresham Street. Whereas the distance used to be declared equival...

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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 1 February 1901

Wool and Produce Reports, The Sydney Woolbrokers' Association report as follows for week ending Jan 26th. - WOOL. The lamented death of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, 'was first received in Sydney on Wednesday morning and it; was immediately decided te postpone the wool sales for the remainder of tho week. - The brokers who were to havo sold on Wednesday will sell on Monday next week, and those whose catalogues wore to have been offered on Thursc- s.y will submit them on Tuesday aud thence forward, tho entire roster for the re mainder of the season will be carried forward two days. During the two days upon which public auctions were held, the offerings amounted to 10,174 bales, and the sales to 14,293 bales. The weakening tendency noted during tho latter days of tlie previous week was con tinued, and good wools havo now com pletely lost the advance noted after the holidays, and since the news of the open ing of the London sales, show a fall of {d to Ad par lb. On medium wools a n!ill ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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RAISING YOUNG DUCKS FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 1 February 1901

RAISING YOUNG DUCKS FOR MARKET. There is no branch of poultry kesping .more profitable under proper manage ment than the raising of young ducks; for marketlf there is a sufficient demand for them at fair prices, Now that fro zen poultry tor export appear to De wanted, and to sell in London at good prices it is well to turn oar readers' at tention once more to the ducks, and how to raiio them, Early broods will be found to thrive better under tho proper care than those later hatched. Tho fir3t point to remember — whether duck, hen, or incubator hatches the eggs — is that they require a moister atmosphere than those of hens. Saei that the nest has a foundation of damp earth- If tho whether is dry, a little sprinkling with warm water is effective. J | As a rule at this time of the year this is not required, but the seasons have bben so unseasonable that tho matter should be mentioned, ' Whether the temperature is high or low, I strongly advocate soaking the eggs on tho 25th or 2Cth day...

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Stewards' Duties. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 1 February 1901

Stewards' Duties. The duties of race stewards are many, Tsut that the liesorary gentlemen that act -ei the various meetings in lliis colony carry them cut is a question easily . answered in the negative. There is a! prevailing idea, not only -among racing ?anon, but also Held by the majority of those gentlemen, I think, who act as ! ?stewards at race meetings, that tliey: ?^cannot order a jockiy ^i pefoi-J them for interference -*» a race unless the offended j-ai'te™-iers a formal complaint.' That; inicli is th» case I krow for certain, for. inere than once I have heard the remark; made — ' If so-and-so had entered a com plaint. -such-and-such must have lost the race.l: 'Now, I contend that when a; 'jmlpablo interference takes place — iiiten- tfcional or otherwise — and it happens well within the vision of the stewards, that they have a Eperfcct right to ask for an ?explanation. As a rule those who inter fere and cut other jockeys off in a race are more able-bodied. Perhaps they can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 1 February 1901

T.ROBINSON& CO., PROPRIETARY Ltd Agricultural Engineers SPOTTESWOOD , HEAR MELBOUBHE. Manufacturers o! the elebrated SPOTTESWOODE STRIPPER, for both ordinary aud damp weather TREAD POWER WINNOWER, with] Patent^Hoad Thrasher and Elevators LARGEST HAND WINNOWER, with Pump Screen. FEDERAL COILBINED HARVESTER, chc-pest machinery ever made for harvo3ting a crop. MONARCH PATENT MULTIPLE PLOUGHS DISC PLOUGHS, with patent Expanding Frame Catalogues and full particulars on application to A. E. POIGNANPr.' COWRA T. J. Hamilton, Wholesale & Retail Butcher. ?fcMISHES to inform the resi dents of CViiiowindra and tho surrounding districts that ho has pur chased the Botciteiiy Business of Mr. H. G raut, and hopes that by keeping his business up-to-date, and by supplying nothing but the best of goods, to receive a fair share of patronage. CIVILITY AND CLEANLINESS. tV. H. ATKINSON, BUILDER & UNDERTAKER, CANOWINDRA. H LL classes of Building material, Gal-. vanised Iron, and Gl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 1 February 1901

THE Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, LIMITED. Capital Paid Up . . £1,000,000 Q o Reserve Fusd ... 1,010,008 0 Reserve' Liability ... 1,000,000 0 0 £3,010,000 0 0, HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. Drafts granted on the Bank's Loudon Branch, and on its Agents in the Colo nies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere. Bills Discounted. Advances made on' Liene on Wool and other approved securi ties, and all usual Banking business transacted. A. E. SMITH, Manager, Canowindra Branch. Barclay *es?s- ? EUCALYPTI Sydney, EXTRACT for 6 years. DR . FDLEY MAY be CONSULTED at Mrs. Dennis \ Hotel on EVE11JT WEDNESDAY, from' 12 to 3 p.m. THE i CAHOWIMDRA STAR. FKIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. !

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