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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

Government Advertisements. Department of Public Works, N.SW., Roads Office, Cowra, / Sth February, 190], 'TENDERS addressed to tlie Clerk of Petty Sessions at Cowra, and en dorsed 'Tender for Road Work,' will 1)0 received up to 2 p.m., on Friday, the Fifteenth day of February. 1901, -for 'works on the following' roads Contract Nos. 33 aiid 38, Cowra to Canowindra. Th(; fepeniftcMions may be seen at the 'Court House, ^anowindrn. A. F. OSBORNE, Road Superintendent ? Department of Lands, - Sydney, 28th January, 1901. '''PEE attention of all persons interested * 'is invited to t'iio ' Governnienf ffirazette ' of the 2i3rd instant;, in which ; 'appetii-s a notification with respect to PROPOSED RESUMMON OF IAND : and CLOSING OF UNNECESSARY , ItOAD, Parish Carlton, County Bathurst. i Copies of the Government Gazette can be ; inspected a.t the Crown Lands Office, and ; tho PoJice Oflico of the district. H. CURRY, i Sa59 . Under Secretary. , CAN 0 WiFDRA RAILWAYLEAGUE. MONTHLY MEETING-, SATU...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Minimum Wage. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

Th9 Minimum Wage, Thus ' Saladin ' on this subject in the ' Orange Leader ' — Ttouble has arisen in Condobolin, where Tom Brown, M.P., come3 from, and whither he may aptly depart when the Federal elections are over. The local correspondent writes to the 'Even, ing News' alleging that Mi1. O'Sullivan ? IE, liumuj mi; WUUUJ ...lu un .u.u.uiuiu wage. Here is an extract from the wail: — 'Young, able-bodied men, pre viously well content to acc«pt £1 per week and keep, on stations, etc , although in some cases the working h-ji-.r.-i are long. aro now discontented, and refuse this wage, preferring to go to Sydney aud --. join the unemployed. They look 'to the Government to provide them with work at 7s per day of ei^ht hours.' If tha-e is a hard, unrelenting, unmerciful talk master on this continent it is the farmer } and the pastoralist comes next; also the tougher job they had to get on themselves the harder, more unrelenting and more unmerciful they are. Most formers have had to work ver...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In Race[?]s. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

ill fi3C33S. By ' The Straxqek.' The Federal election campaign may now be said to be in full swing. Mr. Reid has delivered his 'counterblast' to Mr. Barton's Maitlaud speech with which, of course, he is in almost total disagreement. There is only one portion of the Federal Prime Miuistor's doclara fi'nn nf itr.Kn-r fl.nf ,K -- 'l' ' unqualified endorsement and that is the determination in favor - of a ' white Australia,' u phrase Mr. Reid claims, with characteristic egotism, to have coined. As a matter of fact tho phrase was used years ngo by Sir Henry Partes, long before Mr. Roid was muuguii uj. us u am-iuus politician, aua even Sir Ho:irv did not claim to be the author of it. It is difficult, of course, to satisfy Mr Reid respecting the Barton Ministry. If the Ministry had proposed a revenue ta -iff pu-.e|{^md simple, Mr. Reid would have been the first to brand them as traitors to their principles. Now that tho Ministry has proposeJ-iuuldontal protection he pretends not to be sati...

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Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

Progress Committee. The tisu/il monthly meeting of the Progress Committee took place in the School of Arts hall on Tuesday evening? last, there being present Messrs T. J. Finn (Chairman), A. Robinson, ©. Peek, R. Ayrton, A. E. Smith, J. H. Marshall, M. Abbertton, D. It. SftcDonalfl, J. Cook and M. J. Finn f Kfthrfftn-rirY The minutes oi 'pievioufe 'jnefe'tih'g were read and confirmed 'on ^the 'motion of Messrs. RobinsoA aiid Ayftoft. The outward and inward 'fcorrospon^ dence, most 'ti lS;e 3&t.6r ol which has been previously /published in thesfe columns, was then, dealt with. From litr. t. Waddell, M.P., stating that letter rk grant cf £50 for the pur pose O^impro'vin'g local recreation reserve, and also that re Blfie Jacket (Sold Mine would receive immediate atteillien-. . After considerable 'aistsii^Bidfi it \?ak decided, in re waler'table Sn the niain street, Canowindra,, 'that 'the 'consent 'ol Mr. D. R. McDdnald and the ex^feiwSra in the estate of the late Mr. Rice, Re ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

School c' Afts. The usual monthly committee meeting of the above was held on Tuesday even« ing last, when there wore present Mossrs T. Finn (President), 3'. H. Marshall R. Ayrtou, 3'. Cook, iand A. & Smith {hon, sec.) The minutes of previous meeting were read and Confirmed on the motion of Messrs Cook and Ayrton. Correspondence was then dealt with. From Rev. fi. Lethbridge (held over from last meeting at writers 'request) wishing :to engage hall during show week. Received, and referred to 'the secretary forreply, Sir. 'Cook tnoVecl that a leffteS- dt ton* dolencc- be written to the 'widow oi thfe late Sir. Robert Rice. — Seconded by Sir Ayrton and carried. The meeting then adjourned,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial News. ORANGE RETAIL MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

Conuogrclal News. T3PV4TT. 'Xf A 'RTTTTT ?5Jggs, per dozen ? 0 0 9 : Butter, factory, per lb ? 0 0 11 Ditto, dairy .per lb ? 0 0 8 Potatoes, ? 3 0 0 Wheat, per bushel ? 0 2 3 ' -Onions, per ton ? 3 0 3 Flour, per ton ? ? ? ? 6 '5 0 Maize ? 0 3 9 Oats, feed ? ? 0 2 0 Chaff ? ? ? ? 3 0 0 Pollard ....' ? 0 4 0 ? Bran ? 0 3 6 Cheese, per lb ? 0 0 8 ..Hams ? ? ? ? 0 0 9 Turnips, ? 030 Lard, per lb ? 0 0 G Boes Wax, ? ? 0 1 3 Bacon, (prime) per lb ? 0 0 9 Honey, per lb . ... ? 0 0 4 Fowls per pair ? 0 2 0

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

T3ag=g^--1 ? rirr.-' ? Fst Stack Sales. '[By Telegbath.] Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. BHEEP. About 36,000 sheep penned, chiefly; 5air to good qualities, market firm for' prime lots suitable for freezing. Others ?*roaker. Prime xbrod wethers 12s to 13s. Good 10s io lis, Prime merino wethers 1 Is to 12s Extra to 14s (Good 9s 6d .to 10s 6d CATTLE. T)50 cattle yarded ; veiy few primes' 'Tleing included in this lot. The market 'remained very firm at an advance of' ivotn 10s to 15s per -head. Best beef was ?worth from 23s to 24s per 1001b. j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

Local Topics. Sale 'of Rights. — -In this issue is an nounced the sale of rights id connection with the forthcoming annual show on March 5th- and oth, which will take, olace at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, February 20th. ? r ? m , ivaiiv/uv jjirugue. — j.tie usual meeting of the League will be held in the School of -Arts Hall on Saturday evening, Feb ruary lGth. All members are particu lar h- requested to attend. ' Oudal A. and P. Association, — Par- ticular attention is directed to advertise ment in this issue -announcing dates of Cudal !A. -and P- Society's show and also that entries for same close Monday. March 11. A big lot of money' is squandered away byipeople- not ifiying it out to advantage. Every penny spent with Atkinson Bros, is laid out well and always gives satis faction, so don't forget to call at the! lllA OflTmiPlllflrfl SnildlorTr Ufai't on/--1 _1 tliem a trial, — | Large numbers of teams laden -with vheat are .passing through Canowindra daily en route for the railway. On M...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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ORANGE STOCK MARKET. J. S. LEEDS AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 February 1901

1 ORASGE STOCK MABKET. -'3. S. LEEDS AND CO'S REPORT. 'Fat Cattle.— --5C yarded. The attend : anee of buyers - was small, consequently ? sales were draggish and, lower. Best boet ? 21s io 22s por lOOlbs, others - 20e. Wesold 20 cows for Mr. M.O'Brieu, Goomble, to £7. - »0 Light 'weight bullocks for Mr.. ...James Lee, Larras Lake, to £7 10s. ' 2 cows for D. Press, to £6. 2 cows for Mr. Smith, at £5 10s. 10- steers for owners, at £4 3s. ' Fat ? Sheep. — 600 yarded. Market -? firm for prime, others lower. We sold 1 crossbred for' Thomas, at 15s. 1 crossbred for 1 23 6d. 3 crossbreds at 12s. *110 wethers at 9s, 23 ewes at 6s. 50 ewes' for Gallagher, -at Vs 91 to'8e! ' 80 wethers for Mr.-Hethenington, at 8s. i 60 wethers for Mrs. Trils on, at 8s 2d Tito. 9s' 1 '150 wethers for J. Boaden, at 9s 2d. -100 wethers for Mr. Newland, at 6s to 6s 6d. _10o ewes for Exes. F. Treweeke, at 6s. '700 fat sheep sold by us 'Store Sheep- — 2500 yarded. Horses. — !0C yarded to a crowded ''baxaar. Horses w...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

STAR and GARTER kZ HOTEL, SlZ .rflK King-street Sidney JOHN HADE, -PEOPRIETOK, (Late of Occidental Hotel, Batkurst). This Hotel has been thoroughly renova ted, and now offers FIliST-CLASS ACOOMMODATION FOK VISITORS. TEEMS MODERATE— — CEjSTTRE OF CITY. HAS TEE LARGEST ? AJsD ? BEST ASSORTED STOCK ——OF — SADDLES, HARNESS, Etc., IN CANOWINDRA, - PREMIER BAKERY. S* BATES* Baker, Confectioner, - - - - - ? and Pastrycook. CANOWINDRA; BEST quality of bread supplied daily, also MEAL BREAD. SMALL GOODS of every description. HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONARY ; WEDDING CAKES made to order. Picnics, Balls, and Evening Parties catered for. G. WALKER_— cesk WHOLESALE FRUITERER AHD COMMISSION j AGENT; SUMMER-STREET, ORANGE. Fruit of all kinds Bought or Sold on Commission. J References Commercial Bank. THO BREEN, WOOl AND PRODUCE BUYER, CANOWINDRA. JS prepared to buy for Cash, Wool Hides, Sheepskins, aud Furs of every j kind, also Tallow and Horsehair in any quantity T, ROBINSON & CO- PROPRIETARY Lt...

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Wool and Produce Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Wool and Produce Reports. The Sydney Woolbvokers' Association report as follows for week ending Feb.; 1st. ?fro ot. ! During the earlier part of the week the course of values for all classes was in „ j-™ ? /-i;. ...i duced catalogues have been offered..; Eeassuring news from -London -j-ut more confidence into the market m %-edncsday and on Thursday tho recovery was con tinued, a distinctly bettettBne prevailing, clearances being the best of the week. There was --spirited competition for all -attractrfo and well prepared parcels which commanded improved ^prices. 'The; demand for faulty Bofts'wasanore regular the -result ;beii)g ft more 'even Grange -of values with at times slightly 'better rates. The offerings for the week ^totalled 16,825 bales. and'the sales amounted -to 14, 187 bales. The highest price -of the -weok in the greasy section was 8£d so cured for the following lots : — 34 bales of hoggets whethers and ewes of tho GC/Gudgolo -brand -from Gotrra, a wool of nice equality,...

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Medical Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

-ISedica! Notes. The Curative Properties of Egg Albumen. — Oelli has recently called at tention to the cttratfco :.properties of the albumen of -henj eggs in severe diarrhoeal affections. In a discussion before a medical society of Rome, he advocated its use, and related two cases oi enrome enteritis and diarrhoea, which, having resisted all treatment, speedily made complete recoveries under the uss of egg albumen. The whites of eight or ten eggs are beaten up, and made into an emulsion with a [pint of water. This is to 'be :ttrkeli in divided quantities during the' say. Sfore may be given if desired. Tho insipid taste can be improved with luiiiuii ur uuLiui. *ra\ unug. Wash for tho Hair. — Dissolve half an ounce of salts of tartar in a pint of boil ing water and cover immediately ; when sufficiently cool pour gently over the hair, rubbing well with the hands ; it will make a strong lather, . which will dis appear when the whole .pint of the solu tion has'been:pon.red over the hair ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Farming Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

?Farming Hotes. ' To dose a cow is sometimes an 'awkward job, and to the inexperienced1 in such work a great deal of the drench 'will be wasted. The following directions may be found valuable to many of our '''readers ; — Baffin bv nassiutr the left hand ? over the cow's face, insert the 'fingers ''under the dental pad. but ' behind tlie ? point where' incisors may close upon it ; ' iben elevate the head and thrust the ^neck of the bottle or the end of the 'drenching horn into ihe mouth, taking ?care' to allow its contents to- flow out 1 evenly, and ? not -more rapidly than the ?' anixnal can swallow them. On the first : sign of coughing, release the animal, or ?else may choke and die. 'If a bottle is ? used bo careful not to break :the glass against the teeth 6f the cow, or a serious' injury might result. 'When assistance nocessary the assistant ishculd stand behind the. person who gives the drink, nnd hold 'the con* by 'firmly grasping a horn in each hand. The less undue restraint...

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PREBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

PH.E3iYTKRlA-T CHURCH. Canowimlra, — Tijiid Sun dny itfti very mofelh. Rev. E, «? . TliomS'ju.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Pig Raising. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Pig Raising. iBr Observer.! Tn. my ..journies lEmongst ftie farmers living on tlie Belalmla River I 4iaTe(: -often been struck -by tlie splendid open- ? ing there is for pig farming, which has: 'l-eeu proved fto 'be a ;mo6t prdfitftbl©., ? industry iftir 'those living on or adjoining 1 flofo turn in money quickeT. A baconeT, ora;-aai-i.y, 'is worth from 35s to 40s at 8 months -old, though I see by the quotations of; ? -boino of tlie city 'firms, ilnit 'tlicy are nt present ruling at a somewhat higher riite; 'therefor the profits accruing from pig raieiug. may be easily seen when it is ?considered that a sow will rear eight pigs in the year. This, taking the prices ^given«s--a basis, Tvoifld mean 'ft return of ' irom '£14 to £16 per sow. Sows may Tear considerably more, but eight ere as many as she will rear with justice to, herself and her litter, 'for 'by breeding -constantly from them it'is ionud that the #toek 'becomes '-very 'weedy. In the case of a second litter in the twelve m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

mmm hotel, ^ CAN O 'W I N 3D 11 A, Pfto'PEJETOn, only Wlhes The Spirits Best 0F Afld Brands Beers Kept 'in Stock. ?GOOD ACCOMM0M*lX5ft. ¥!OTOR1A HOTEL, CAKWINDitA. ekcellent: cijisi^. . No7?.e but (lie Best ]5rands cf 'VViues ami Spirits, etc., ]:ept inUloek. Coo&'Stabling and Loose Boxes. CITAPiG'ES MGD.^RATE. ? - THE TEEM1MUS HOTEL FOR ALL COACHES. Passengers ljooked for AVoodstock Waili, Lyiidlnirst, Und Slandmaiua. 3. II. MAltSilALL, PllOl'llUJTOK. COWRA, TfS Elll ST HAL H HOTEL BR1DGE-STUEET, Pierce More^^ ||ESTr!ES to inform the, inliabitauts of Canowindm and District that ho has be coine proprietor of the above H-ilol lately otrnod In' Mr. Mick Thompson, and hopes to receive tlie same patronage as hitherto given. ('ANOWINTiL'A COACn. TEIWriXlTS PASSftNG-l^f? BOOKUD FOE CAXOWlNDliA '& GBENFELL. j ? ? ? Harry D. Bucksnghamj ' 16ft I EXCffEE HOTEL, ? ? RA. , (Opposite liaihvay Station.) pll- -CTj APR Apeoimnodnlion for Visitors niul Excollrnt .Stalling. At(en(ivo...

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THE CANOWINDRA POST OFFICE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

^TECE CANOWINDRA POST OFFICE. To the Editor. IfSiR, — I don't expect there are two ^opinions as regards the necessity of a tnew post office being erected in Cano . -windra, as all must admit the pfeserit '?one is a disgrace to the town, but when ?we come as to where is the proper site ''for it wo find, as in nearly all such cases, 'vested interests think all other people' ?should .go 'under, and care not how the ?country may -have to pay for it ae long as they get served. In this case we find ?a few staunch supporters of our present 'member expecting the Government to -purchase -at a ridiculously high figure a, ?undesirable Bite because it is situated in 'the midst of their properties, notwith standing they have a much betteT site reserved about a quarter of a mile away 'well situated at the corner of two good, ~wide. streets, and containing quite four 'times the amount of land — and all must admit very suitable land to build upon, j ?and situated in the Government part of ; the tow...

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General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

General Ch&t. Tho Depurtment of Mines finds it im possible to do anything in connection with tho re-opening of tho Blue Jacket gold mine, owing to the property being in litigation. It is satisfactory to know that whoso wer may be the owners after tho com pletion Of the suit, -whether [the present - lioldors or the lawyers whom they .employ they cannot conveniently take the mino out of tho district. At '-the bund sports on Saturday last tfet-re -was but a poor attendance. Somo consider ths.t the price paid hy them for I loyalty the committee evinced in post poning the affair from February 2nd was for tbo high. ? It was expected, at all events, that those people -who, at tho last moment, when it -was almost an impossibility to efEect\a'{)6'st£-fcei2aeait, raised the greatest ery, 'v^ould li&ve assisted to a greater extent than was tho fact. A meeting 'was .-held by the residents of the nefr 'towiisKip last week, at -which, it was decided to oppose '-tho 'erection of a ...

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Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

-Our Open Column. tfThu column is 'open to those of 'our eiib tcribers and supporters who would wish to express an opinion on any sulject 'likely to -prove of interest to the reading public ; Wk, 'therefore, do not hold ourselves 'responsible foY irteh 'opinions^ War ? identify 'ourselves in any way with ' tame.J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

THE Commercial Banking * Ca. of Sydney, ; -jImited. CJapitat. Paid Up , . £1,000,000 0 o 3Bv^ekvk Fpnb . . 1,010,000 0 3Rr,;'Ejj.rE Liability 1,-000,000 0 0 ; £3,010,066 0 0 I ? ; I HIGHEST EATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. ' Drafts granted on tlie Hank's London ?Branch, and on its Agents in the Colo ruies, 'England, Ireland, Scotland, and ?elsewhere. BillslJiscounted. Advances made on Lions on Wool and other approved securi ties, and all usual Banking business, 'transacted. ' A. E. SMITH, '? 'Manager, : Canowindra Branch. Barclay*'^ EUCALYPTI Sydney, EXTRACT for 6 years. BR FCLEY 'HU &.Y be CONSULTED 'at Mrs. Dennis' 1*1 Hotel on EVERY 'WEDNESDAY, from !12 to 3 p.m. -THE ^CANOWINDRA STAR. ' -PEEDA.Y, TEBEUfflRY 1'5.

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