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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900
»r-atg»nii' ui'iiiin.' n lidrnrnrnmiimmmmmmmnsmsaem THE COMMERCIAL BAIK1N0 C O. OF SYDNEY, LTD. Capital PXid Up .. £1,000,000 Reserve Fund . . . 1,010,000 Reserve Liability . . 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 Directors : Sir Edward Knox, Chairman. G. J, Cohen, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Hon H. E. Ivater, M.L.C., Hon. H. Moses, M.L.C., Hon Richard Jones, M.L.C. General Manager : T. A. DIBBS. Assistant Manager and Chief In spector : T. B. GADEN. HEAD OFFICE, SYDNEY— GEORGE-STREET. Branches throughout tlie colonies of Hew South Wales and Queensland. All Banking Business Transacted. A. E SMITH, Manager, Canowindra Branch. J ? Mr. W. F. ORMISTOK, Dentist, COWBA. Barclay & sons' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. 1st Prtaii' Byda«y I8fi5, 1699, 1S97, 100* w- tad lsoo. k' DR. FOLEY'** ! MAY be CONSULTED at Mrs. Dennis's J Hotel on EVERY WEDNESDAY, from ! 12 to 3 p.m. J
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900
ft. Fullarton, - - - [Tailor and Clothier, Summer-street, ORANGE. (Eailway End.) Sac Suits from 42/-. Tiousersfrom. . 15/-, Now Goo is now arriving for Autumn and Winter Wear, THE AUSTRALIA N HOTEL COWRA. MICK THOMPSON, [Late of Canowindra] QESIRES to inform the public of Cano windra and District that he has be come the Proprietor of the above old and favorably known Hostelry, and hopes to be favored with a fair share of the pat ronage of the community. No effort will be spared to make the Hotel a Traveller' Rest, Comfortable in every respect, FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION PROVIDED. Civility, Cleanliness and Convenlen all Combine to Create Comfort, and Cheerfulness :atthe AUSTRALIAN HOTEL CANOWINDRA COACH TERMINUS PASSENGERS BOOKED FOR CANOWINDRA & GRENFELL. RICHARD ^ AYRTJDJB, , [Established 1885.] ^ ' CANO WINDE A.., GENERAL BLACKSMITH -!- and WHEELWRIGHT. BUGGY AND COACH BUILDER. REPAIRING AGRICULTURAL IM PLEMENTS A SPECIALITY. Charges for Horseshoeing as follows : Saddle S...
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900
Local Topics. We were pleased to see the Superin tendent, of Roads [in Canowindra last Saturday examining the state of our main street. It is to be earnestly hoped that something will be done shortly to do away with this public nuisance. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. — 0. Our Town Band. — The meeting of the members, of the proposed band last Saturday had to be postponed owing to the inclemency of tho weather, but Mr. Marka, with his usual spirit of enter irrica i rftfl A At-owni-norl tin! fn Ka rlivno nut i of the dance that was promised to follow the meeting and by his ' simple elo- J quence' was able to muster a dozen j couples, who in spite of the rain and bitterness of the night generally, spent a. j few hours in thorough enjoyment. Mr. j Marka desires to convoy his heartiest] thanks to those ladies who faced all draw backs, such as wet boots and skirts. The postponed meeting will take place on Saturday 12th inst., at 7.30. . p.m, all in terested...
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.; Cowra. — Mass every. Sunday at 9' aud 11 o'clock a.m., devotions and benediction at 7-30 ! a.m. ; Mass on week days-. at 7 '30 a.m. ; Mass on Holy Days at 9 o'clock a, in. ; Stations of the ross and Benediction on Friday evenings at 7.30 Mt. McDonald. — First Sunday of the month Mass at 11 o'clock r.m. ; Devotion.*, at 7,30 p.m. : Mass on the following morning at 7.30.' Canowindra. — Second and fourth Sundays ; of the month, Mass at 11 a.m., devotions and bene diction at 7.30 p.m. ; Mass on the following mornings at 7-30 a.m. Woodstock. — Third Sunday of the month, Mass at 11 a.m. ; devotions at 7.30 p.m; Mass on the following morning at 7.30 a.m. Eugowra. — Fifth Sunday of the month (when occurring), Mass at 11 o'clock a.m. ; devotions and benediction at 7.30 p.m., Mass on the fol lowing morning at 7.30 a.m. Mass on the Tuesday after the. second Sunday at 10 o'clock. Revs. D. O'Kehnedy and P. J. Doran, ?-
RETROSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900
' - . RETROSPECTION. It is some weeks now since . we took a retrospect of the work done in the town and district of Canowindra, and we con sider it for mutual good ihat a general view on same should now and again be taken regarding the progress and ad vancement made by our various progres sive bodies. Our Railway League lias (lone some useful work, through per sistency of purpose, and with the help of rvnr -?nrvrvnlar' MWrihfir in fnrTva/rvlincr fTio ? i ? ? ? — , ? e- ? matter of railway communication another Btage. It is now proposed that a deputa tion be formed to wait on the Minister directly after the re-opening of Parlia ment, for the purpose of laying before that gentleman the urgency of having a line constructed, and to pray that a Bill granting the construction be placed be fore the House this coming session^ Mr. .Waddell, in a lettor published in this issue, urges this proceeding in the event of his being unable to obtain this con- i cession from the Minister, himself. A n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 May 1900
THOMAS FINN, [ESTABLISHED 1874,1 SEOCER, DRAPER & GENERAL STOREKEEPER ROBINSON STREET, CANOWINDRA. NEW GOODS FOR WINTER wear are now on view at Finn's. THE NEWEST THINGS in DRESS GOODS. UP TO BATE Clothiag and Mercery. THE LARGEST AND- BEST Aborted Steele of General Brapsry ill tlie Distrsct is to be seen at Finn's and the Value Defies Competition. ? - ' ' 1 ^ Crsceries as usual at Lowest Prices ; I still sell Yankee Doodle Toua^gs si $Sr par Jb. The Ironmongery Crockery, and Famishing Departments are Well Assorted, Best Brands kept and marked at Bedrock Prices. mmm hotel, CANOWINDRA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. I None but the Beet Brands cf Wines and Spirits, etc., kept in Stock. Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. THE TERMIMUS HOTEL FOR ALL COACHES. Passengers booked for Woodstoc 'Walli, Lyndhiixst, and Mandurama. J. H. MARSHALL, Pkoi;ribtob, . EUSE8E FSBS & W. J. FLAHASAN AUCTIONEERS, :: VALUATORS, STOCK, STATION, AND GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Cash purchaser...
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services are hold in different churches in the CanoTvindra Circuit asi^'on-a : — Ciaowindra, 2nd aui -HhSuadays at 11 a.m Sru&uuday, at 7. bo p.m. ; 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. Mfc. McDonald— 1st Sunday at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Woodstock — 2nd Sunday at 7.30 p.m., ; 4th Sunday at 4 p.m. Wa'i— -2nd Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Goolagoug — 3rd Sunday at H a,m. LcsJLsvoad. — 5th Suudayat 3.30 p.m. Holy Cox&axiox — Cmowiudva. — Every 4tli Sunday at 12.15 p.m., and on touts' days aud Fo^i/iva^s as c' ?cum^Caures pcr't, aud by specia no-i'je. Other places by special notice. Bapj ,ya and Wsnoitzii 3.— Notice should he giveu at least one week before date wherever poiMble. Iiev. Ernest Lethbridge.
Agricultural Lessons for the Young. Herbert J. Rumsey. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
- jftsricuifuraj Lessons far the Youug. Herbert J. S-umsev* For years past I have been advocating the t-eacbiiig of the elements of agricul ture in ou.' schools, nor have I been alou-j in this. Many other writers have been aiming at the same result, and all agree iu what is required if not in the means to be employed. We do not wish every schoolboy to be educated as a farmer nor every givl as a milkmaid ; but we think that the present curriculum of our schools tends more to make clevks and school-teachers of our counti'y boys 4kan farmers, nor does it place any in ducement in the way of city boys. to take up a ceuutry life. Those of us who had the opportunity of attending technical classes hi the Larger cities kaow what an absorbing interest is taken in both class aud field lessons by their students, who range from 16 years to 60 years of age in the same class. We have seen ex eiergyinen and ex-clergymen's sons, bank clerks, booksellers, printers, archi tects, editors, plumbers, pai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
The Australian Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society, Ltd. Established 1S71. ''E^KIS Society, in additiou to transacting a*i fi the UMial forms of Assurance, is the only office iu Australia wLicTi issues special police.!* granting — 1. — REMISSION of Proportion of Premium t i the evcut of temporary incapacity through illness to earn a livelihood. 2.— A PAID-UP POLICE in the case of per manent incapacity tJirough illness. Board of Directors ; Hon Sir Arthur Bernvick, M.D., M.L.C, Chairman : Hon J H Carruthers ; Hon Jaines Watson. M.L.C. Accumulated Funds exceed £1,350,000. Annual Income exceeds £220,000. Officc3 : 2G3 George-street, Svdnev. GEO. FJIURNIN,' Resident Secretary. Write or ca1! for Special Prospectus, JOHN BOYB, Locai Agent. iUiagric, tVEii-fcH, F/Jys^o^jf. Ea.ncB At the SYDNEY CYCLORAftflA. Daphne Floating :. the Air, and many Fights, which to '.iie ordinary mortal are simply incredible, coastautly being added tP ike Cjcl'-'rama, ? _ WOIL .AND PBOOaOE BOYEr! ? OANQWiNi)I?,...
Watargumben. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
Watsrgum&en. (From Our Correspondent.) The present spring-like ajrpearanc.e of the sur.otmdiiig locality is a pleitsnul; con trast with the state of affairs which has existed during previous seasons in the autumn of the yesT,' for some time back. This happy climatic condition is a repi tition of what occurred this time_ eleven years ago in this district, and which was the beginning of a series of good sea sons. 'We all trust that history may re peat, itself on this occasion. X lUU^lllllg U^lWltlLUJJJO till/ j^v,v*--v-v«.*«£, merrily all around, consequently every one is extremely busy. There are plenty of self-sown crops to be seen in conse quence of the great quantity of grain which was knocked out of the head during the last summer. A number of large trees along the Oowra road for about half-a-niile, near Mr. Packham's property have been pulled down by bullock*! and are being burnt up just now. Tins will be a great improvement when complete as there have been accidents cau...
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
WARDEN'S COUET. Charles Griffin Beale, applied for a 6 month's suspension of labour conditions on the grounds that the title to the leases was still in dispute in the Supreme Court on gold mining leases Nos. 243, 634, 662, 663, 693, 721, 722, 729. Gran ted. William E Myring-, applied for six month's suspension of labor conditions on gold mining leases No 984.947, parish of Colktt, county of Asliburnliam, Lachlan mining district, on the grounds of title bring- still in. dispute in the Supreme Court. Granted.]
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
SMALL DEBTS COUET. ' The Police Magistrate appointed Senior Constable Capewell as Registrar of Small Debts Court, vice Sergeant Cusadk transfeiTed. J H Marshall v WHogan. Claim for 'board for self and two others £4 8» Od. Judgement for plaintiff with 5s costs. J P Simeon v W Graves. Hamilton Osborne garnishee, date of order 25th April 1900. Amount £2 Us Od settled, amount paid in full on 28th April 1900.
Sydney Weal and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
Sydney Wool . and Produce Report The Australasian Moilga-^e and Agency Corapany Ltd., John B-.i«lge & Co., Ltd., B'p..hon, Jones, asd Dev^Ti, Ltd., Hill, Clark & Co., I?assforal £'r-ance Association Ltd. Wiachcorube, Carson, & Co., Ltd., A. P. Wyly, y.id Co., repoifc as follows : — Wool. Another ?week of jtuieliviiy bas passed in tlie IocpI T.rool-nin.;tcl-, no transactions of any iuipor- 1 l,Liir-e liaviu;^ ial;on pV.ee. ConNu3eiiabl.e interest is t'^played iu ;.be London, wi'.e-. to opeu next Tve^k, aid appearances Jod'i-n.toa further dcoJb»e. Tite next local auei/.ua-s v.Tl be lie\d on the I6tk aid 17tK in-st. . Produce. hS'ieepsliins.— jFairly large ea'uTogues, eom jiTi.-irig itieaivriK-ks aiid llie usual butchers' nni u.uiou l.io-^s, 'were sutmifcted to agoodatten driti.ee of ouye.:-s. A g'ood- demand p/e vailed tl) rou^bout for, a1! lei.gfcb.s, andfii1! current values reafWy seeuved. Quo) aliens : — Foll- Vooled ms- J»io aiid'fioe crefs-bceds— rli^lit e...
Colonel the Hon. J. K. Mackay. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
Colonol the Hon. J. K. Mackay. The following, written long ago by the above gentleman, lias been handed in for publication by a local resident and jnutua1 friend :— * THE OLD ST0CKYAM). The stockyard now is rotten And weeds its panels fill ; The stockmeu are forgotten, Their whips forever still. Gone is the rush and rattle Of pikers on the rails, When wings were full of cattle, And thongs :Canie down like flails. No more the hoofs of horses Hay soiind across the plain, Like roar of mountain courses When mad with winter rain. For those they owned as masters Own other master now ; The lands that were their pastures Ax'e given to the plough. Perchance it may be better, I neither know or care ; They could not write a letter, But both conld do and dare. While horsemen that are growing Appear to me hand-fed, Much less for work than blowing — Less sterling than the dead. They talk about their hunting, Three fences and a log ; Where sport is panel shunting, And puce a decent jog. It may ba ...
Progress Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
Progress Committo a Meeting. The usual 'monthly meeting of the Progress Committee was held in the School or Art's Hall on Tuesday eveniug the Sth Just., ? Preseut,— Messrs. T. Fiun, (Chairman) A. E. Smith, R. Ayrton. J. H. Marshall, 6. 3?eek, M. Dvryer, J. 33oyd, A. Atkin eon, J. B. Newland, H. L. Bullen, W. H. Atkinson, and M.Finn, (Sec.) - Minutes- of last meeting and corres pondence Tfiad ob the motion of Mr. Ayrtosi. fteotmded by Mr. Boyd, they vem cod firmed. Pi-oposed -i-y Mr. Smith, seconded by Mr. Newland,* tliat the Secretary be re quested to comittunicate with the I)e ]»p.rtnieiit regarding repairs to be done the Woe Jstodf road between the eleven and twelve milcpegs, and 14 and 16 Bxilo peg^, aJ.»o repairs (lone on Ora-nge road on the Canowindra School hill. Carried Proposed by Mr Boyd, seconded by 3fr Ay ton, that the Secretary write to Jfr ?\\rHddeIl, r asking if a special grant --aTt be obtained to have the Canoinndra 'Woodstock road put in good repairs. Canted. Propos...
A Little Tin Trumpet. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 11 May 1900
k Little Tin TrampM, By James Workman. Livid with shame and fear, Archie stepped forward to find himself confront ed by the muzzle of a revolver held in the outstretched hand of a tall bearded man standing on the hearth-rug in his shirt aud trousers. It was David Grant, the editor of- tho ' Weekly Mirror.' ' Oh,' said Grant with a grim smile. ' It's vou, is it ? Happy to meet you again, I'm sure.- So .this is your highly respectable calling-— is Itj* . And you merely dabble in literature in your leisure moments — eh '?' Archie tried to speak, to explain, but his tongue seemed paralysed, and the wards died on his lips. 'Papa, what is it ?' exclaimed a girl's voice at the door. ' I thought I heard you speaking. Is there really someone here?' . ' You can come in, Bertha,' replied her father coolly. ' It's only a burglar, a real live one but quite harmless.' A pretty givl of about eighteen, attired in a dainty dressing gown, stepped timidly in, and gazed with wide, frigh tened eyes -.at...