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Parkes Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Parkes Annual Races. Anaeeting of tlie ne\v Committee of the ^Parkes Jockey Club was held at Toohey's hotel ob the 30'Ji January, for the pur ipose of elettingf a secretary, 'and drawing '-up'the programme for the forthcoming sannual, meeting. Mr. A- W. Hutton, ''who expects to bo returning homo from 'active' service in South 'Africa in March wore 'unaniniotlgly rr-^lecten secretary. 'Ilessrs Meares, Whitmill and Gordon ^?was appointed racing stewai'ds, Messrs '''Clove, Pulver. and Weston where elected fground 'Committee, fend it was resolved J-to wiry out several suggested improve 'iheiits -in connection with grand stand. 'Th'e ^programme for the meeting on ^EaAt6r Monday and Tuesday was adopted allows':— First oLay : — ^Newmarket ^Handicap of £35, President's gift of -.£20, Nursery of £23, Town Plate of £50, Uaster-Handiciip of '£26. Second -day:: ; — Flying Handicap of £25, Coradgrey Handicap of £20, 'Parkes cnp of £65, Nelungaloo Welter of £20, and Mor -dialloc Handicap of £20.<...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Xccal Topics. 'This Issue.— In this issue will be found : the first of a series of articles -written by Observer,'- the subject-matter of which . ? is one of tho most important industries - of tlie colonies, and one -to -which. -more' : attention should be given,' the raising of t pigs on profitable lines for market. These | ; articles will in 'future issues deal with all T the most important features of -theindus--. ?try, 'such as the construction of sties,' ' the 'best breads 'to be adopted, reasons ' for same, diseases tied' their prevention and cure, etc., and will be eminently) ? worth perusal. _ r ?.-Canowindra hockey Club.— The Sec-' ' l-oqtfe'sts that we make special mention of ' the fact that the Welter Handicap 'in''j ? their programme published in our last issue should' have read as follows: — I ? ' Welter Handicap, lOsovs ; about £ ?? mile. Entrance 10s. Amateur riders, ? on payment ---f flusilinoation -fefe, and ! members of the Canowindra Jockey ' Club ? allowed 71bs —...

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

Our Member. Mr. T. Waddell, M.P., has succeoded in'getting'the folio wing .grants for JiaJ'ks ?in thegCowra electorate, viz., CanowindraRfecreatio.il Reserve -15 ?Carcoar Park ? ? ? 40 'Cowra Park ? ? 20 ''Co^ira Recreation Resei've .... 25 'Woodstock -Park ? 15

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

-Local Birectory 'NEwsrArrn. Th o ' ' Caho wi ndra Star/'— a fair and 'Impartial organ, -which takes no party : side/Mt ^trivfrs to give adnurate'iiiforma a local' |)n pel which ? Tis entitled to the support oi ail well- . '-wisherB of tho district. AUCTIONEERS. John Finn. 'BASKS. . . T'ommercial Banking Company m 'Sydjiey, Limited. Mantiger A.. E. 'Smith. DLACKSMITUS A XT) WHFJiLWlUOllTS I? A vrtrm .T C! Mai-ka . 1) R McDonald j;ootmake'h J Carter iiuiLinjns W II Atkinson jukf.'rs .T Forrester '?P Bat 6s B Kerr ,'llOTEI. KJfETCTS M Dwver, .') inii'linii ) Jotel j II Marsiiall, Victoria Hotel . PAllDi.EliS J B Newln'nd Atkinson l?rOs 'lNSITHAVCE ArtESrjES . Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire '?and Life. — J .1 Finn. sroREKijji'rEns t J Bovd T Finn W Pendall UXliERTAKEKS .T C Mnvlca. AV Atkinson WOOL ANB 1'ltOlUTCE BUYliKS T Breen

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Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Postal and Telegraphic Information Office Houits. Post Offico open 9 a.m. to (5 p.m. Telegraph Office open 9 a.m. to 8p.m. 'MMey Orders, daily ft'0111 9 u.ui. to j *'5p.'ui. ^Saturday frdiu 9 a:iii. To 1 jun. i Savings 'Hank open daily from 9 a.m ?5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and ' 6 to8 p.m, deposits only. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post vofflee Hours ; cashing', ' during' -money 'ord^r hours. , - Npto.-:-All offices arc closfcd during. ' Borting.of -mails from^' Sydney at 1 I.Jo -'a.m. 'daily. ?AiiiiiV./ir, : '6f WaIi^s.. , Evcmii S',^Iiif-y ().P:(). aiid. Woodstock, * daily 'nt. ii '15 a.m. . . ? . . Cowra, 'Tuesday, Thursday and Sattir *dav'at'n.30;;a.in. EugoVra, ;Taesddy and Saturday at -J.SO.'p/nj. Cargo. 'Tuesday, Thursday and Satur 'day'at ,'3'p.m. . ... . W(ilU:arid Lyndhiirst, Wednesday ttnd 'Saturday 'at 1,30 p.m. ' Goftlag'ong-, Friday at '8' p.m. Lock-wood and Burdett, Monday, ^Vedneddav, 'tfn'd Friday at .'6 p.tn. jDEFAiiTiniB or Mails.'; For Sydney and Wiibd'S...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

ROMAK CATHOLIC church; C^t-wa. — every r'mntay at f» and II a.m.. devotion^ and Wucdu'tion v.t. 7-50 a.m.: Jffass w weekdays at 7.30 a.m... Maw on Holy Dars at 0 a.iu.. ''Station* of tlio Crow aud Bene diriion on Friiloy ovrninp.- .7 -o0. Wt. McBoissiId.— Fiivt SissidHy of irlie month Mas-; at 1 1 a.m., !)ev-'Uon- ai- TToH ^Ia?= on tLo following womicirnt- 7.;-o. C.'inowindrn.— S»wnd 8n«« fon'Hli of tne rao^b, il -r-'* odl-:- i dictioas at 7.30 liia-Sson the iC'llovriug' jnornlu^? at--7/30 a.tn. Wooiitoolc. — TJiird Suiidav of ilio month, ' Mass at 1 1 a.m. ; devotions, at 7.30 p.ia; Mass on ihcfollowiuK morning at 7 .30 'a.m. 32ug dwtii.- Fifth Sunday of the month £rr3-«n-: oucumHg'), Mass at 11 o'ciouk' a.m. } devofchjns j and ljGactii-jtion at 7.30 p;m., Mans on tht frl- I lowing liibrjiiti# at 7.30 a.m. ''Mass 'ou fclie Tuesday ?tfix-i' tli e second Sunday at 10 o'clocji. :j Rev*. JD. O'Kcnnody and P. J. 3)orau, J

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Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Church Notices. CH1TRCII OF Service* nro in difl'» :-liurchos in the *Oui0Trin(lr«i Circuit n* foUnt* — C:uin\rindrn. 1st, 2n«l. and 4th, Sundays ni II, a, in., 3rdSnuday at 7.3(1 'p.m, 5tli Suudnv II 'a.m. Ml McDonald -1st Sunday at 7.30 p.m., 'o»lv. 'Woodstock — - 2nd Suudny at 7 p.m.,; 4tli tSniulfiT iit. 4 p.m. . VvaUi- 2nd Sunday at 3.30 ji.ni. . CJooIn-jioni? — 3rd. Hiuiday at It a.m, l.n.^ilnvond — ntli Sunday »t 11.30 p.m. Hnly Communion — C«motnndrn — r-orr 4i.1i {-UTu1ay jit 1*2. lo p.m., and on Paints' Payp and Festivals a« circumstances permit, and by special not i oo. Otlu»r p]a«'«s,I)y special notice. Bupitemr. and 'W^ddiii«r\ — Notion fOioifd ho jrivrn at, l^a^t .one vro«:k WAave dale 'wlicvcvoy poH-siblo. E«v. KniGsl'LcHibriugrr.

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

Official Correspondence. The following has been received by the Secretary of tho Progress Committee, through Mr. T. Waddell, ' M.P. — ' De partment of Mines and Agriculture, ?Sydney, 31st January,' 1901. — Sir, — 'With reference to your letter of the 22nd - , . , . ? * ? j.1, _ instant enclosing an citrus num uiu ' Canowindra Star,' aud the communi cation presented by you on tlie 29th idem, from Mr. Finn, Secretary to the Canowindra Progress Committee, pro-: .testing against any further suspension of ?labor beihg granted ou the Blue -J ackct i Mine, being gold leases Nos. 243, 634, '602, 633, 693, 721, 722, 729 (Lachlan), I ! am directed to inform you that tho War den reports that suspensions have boon ?grunted from 'time -to time since tho dis pute hs to the ownership of the mine ?began in the -Equity Court, and have ifoeen -con'tiiiued consequent upon the iruatter -being still sub-judice Under Uhe Circumstances it is considered that *the Warden had. no option but to gi-ant 'the si...

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District Court. WEDNESDAY. Before His Honor Judge Docker. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

District Court. Wednesday. ?Before His Honor Judse Docker. Rose &amp; King v. R._ J Graham. Com mission, £59 4s Od. Mi1. G. H. Reid, K.C., (instructed by Mr. Phillips), for 'plfti!itilfs,'Mr.''MuiTay'(iustructed by Mr. Garden) for defendant. This was an action to recover com mission on the sale of landed property at Wattagumben, for which plaintiffs alleged they had instructed the pur chaser. John Finn v. R J Graham. Com mission on the sale of tho same property as that referred to in the preceuding case. Mr Hogan for plaintiff, Mr Murray {instructed by Mr Garden) for tho de fendant. His Honor found a verdict for plain - tins in the first case tor £.r.- 4s uu. Costs to bo assessed by tho registrar. He -regretted having to return a ver dict for tho defendant inihe second case, becanse he believed plaintiif had been raided. He thought it was a pity the 'arrangements had not been made to divide the commission and tlius have avoided litigation.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

THANKS. THE Committee charged with carrying out the Market Day and Entertainment at the Barragan Hall last Wednesday, Cth February, in aid of the Church of England Building Fund, feel t-hnt they cannot permit the occasion to pass without expressing- due appreciation of the wil liug- efforts of the Canowindm Brass Band. Their playiu# was uudonbtedly ono of the fea tures of the day, and the residents olthe district hope it may be only the commencement of many s jnilar expeditions. For the Committee of the C.E. Building Fund E. G. INGHAM, Cranbury,

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Canowiudra Band Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Canowiudra Band Sports. A day's sport was held on Saturday last on the local Show Ground in aid of tho Canowindra Brass Band, and finan cially did not prove too successful* The sports had been thoroughly adver tised to be held on February 2nd and promised to be well attended, but wore postponed on account of the burrial of our late lamented Queen Victoria. Dis appointment was expressed by many at tho postponement of the sports, and many of those who intended being pre sent on the 2nd, found it impossible to attend on the 9th. The racing was good and the various other events most enjoy able. One thing only occurred calcu lated to mar the proceedings. Through foul riding on the part of ono of the riders ia the 14 j ponies a lad riding Sharpes Deceiver was unhorsed and narrowly eecaped serious injury. It afterwards transpired that the lad who was tho primary cause of the accidentia a disqualified jockey from Cowra, De ceiver continued on without his rider, and running well came ib a go...

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

NOTICE ! |tf 0TI0J3 is hereby. given tliat BAY MARE branded (j p near shoulder, near liinfl foot white, broken knew, left in my paddock 18th May, 1899 (sum due to date of notice, £2 10s. will lie sold by EUGENE FINN, by r Public Auctior, oil Saturday, 2nd Mavcli, if not iire viously released. ^Signed) J J. CAHILL. Seed Oats. FOR SALE. — PRIME 'CLEAN r_ SAMPLE ALGERIAN OATS, lsHOd per bushel on ground. CEAS. WHITMEE, Loekwood. CANOWINDRA P., A . &amp; H. AfSSOCLiTION. Annual Show, March 5th and 6th. —SALE— DT Auction, Wednesday, February ' 206h, ;3 p.m.— 1st. 1 Publican's Booth. 2nd. 1 Coainitteo Luncheon Booth. : '3rd. 1 Refreshment and Fruit Booth A. E. SMITH, .'Hon. 1366. RUCTION SALE. : At Canowindra, Saturday, FEB RUARY 16tli, 1901, at 3 o'clock, by order of W, Moss, Esq. — 2 ALLOTMENTS of LAND containing 1 rood 283- perches ; being portions 6 and 7, section , 39. Torrens Title. EUGENE FINN, Auctioneer. J THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOOTH r WALES. 3 ? . s ST is my ambition to repres...

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

Cugowra* [From our 'Correspondent.! The weather has been terribly hot here during, the last week. On Friday last it was up to 106 degrees at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. On Sunday we had a little rain, but not sufficient to do aay good ;. just cooling tho air for an hour or two. It is far hotter here now than it. was hn 'foro Xmas, ana at night the reflection of bush fires can be sow. in -all directions, though as yet we around here lxa've es caped, though several fires have started. These, however, were luckily stopped before getting hold. Wheat Drawing. — During the last few weeks numerous teams have been pour ing through the township daily either going to or returning from the trains. On last Saturday I called our member's attention to the number of teams just then in town. There were 15 drays and waggons, some going and others return ing from either Forbes or Cookamidgera. This plainly shows that our cry for a railway is not idle clamor. Political.— Mr. J. B. Eeyifiond, mem ber f...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Homebush Fat Stock Sales. [By Telegraph.] Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. 'SHEEP. About 41 ,000 sheep penned, including a large number of small consignments. The market -was -easier although prime sheep sold well. 'Lambs were in over supply,. and values were -therefore lower. Quotations — Prime xbred weth ers 1 2s to 13s, good 10s to lis; prime ?merino wethers lis to 12s,. extra 13s to 14s, good 9s 63. to 10s, prime merino; ewes, 9s to 10s. CATTLE. 12,00 yarded, quality generally good.: Market without any quotable -change. - Best beef worth 23s por lOOlbs.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In Recess. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

lit Re&amp;esS* By ^ TitE Strang er.^ It has practically toeeii decided that the ^Federal elections will tak-s place in the last week of March or the first wco)c of April. Probably the actual date will b3 Saturday, March 30th-. Hitherto it has not been the practice in N.S.Wales n.- .. to aoia jjeiittruj. eitjcuoiio uu a ouvuratty, [but that day has. been considered the most suitable for elections in other States I a&amp;d &amp;s it is desired to secure uniformity iti thls( oiie of the first constitutional acts of the new Common wealth, it i3 not un likely .that the polling throughout j Australia will 'be on one day and that [ day -frill be March 30th. The elections canriot be held much later tiian that date, because the following week will be the onS preceediag Easter and this means the loss of at least a fortnight. Easter | Sunday this year falls upon 7th, Be sides the reasons here given for holding the elections on the last Saturday in March, there is tho additional re...

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Cowra Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY. (Before his Honor Judge Docker.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 February 1901

Cowra Quarter Sessions. Tuesday. (Before his Honor Judge Docker.) The following magistrates recently appointed were sworn in : Messrs A. E. Smith and G. K. Minter (Canowindra), and Mr. -C. Kinghorn. Thomas Griffin was charged with beiug on the premises of Louisa Dennis, at uanowinora, on i-iecomoer m, witn in tent to commit a felony. Accused, who was undefended, pleaded not guilty. Louisa Dennis, hotelfceeper, Cano indra, deposed that she -saw accused at her hotel at 2.15 a.m. on Docember 25th; he had been there once or twice pre viously; saw him there at 11 p.m. when; the bar was closed on Xmas Eve ; he had been driuking and wanted a bed there ; later in the night, hearing scuffle she went to her bedroom window -and saw, her groom there ; her domestic servant, Annio Heydon, slept in the room op posite -witness.; took the girl to her room after accused left ; accused was not a boarder at her hotel.; he slqpt there on', one occasion. i Annie Hevdon deposed that slie was! in the emplo...

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 1 March 1901

Wedding Bells. At tho 'Wesleyan Church on 'Wednes- day evening last the marriage of Mr. S. J. Cook, of the local Kail way Department I and Miss Ethel Bennet, of March-street, ! Orange, was solemnised, the Rev. C. Jones officiating. The bride, who was handsomely attired in a gown of cream libertv silk, trimmed with vallancene lnoc inrl nrnnrro w^oofli and veil, was attended by two bridesmaids (Miss Cook, of Muttama, and Ida Bennett of Orange) respectively dressed in figured muslin and pink voile, with picture hat* trimmed with chiffon and wearing gold br- oohes, (he gift of tho bridegroom. TLo bride carried a lovely shower bouquet, the gift of tho bride groom. Mr. B. Tratlion actedas grooms man. As the newly married couplo left the church the organ pealed out the ' 'Wedding March,' skillfully played '.by Miss Hamilton. After the ceremony was oveT the bridal party returned to the re sidence o£]tho bride's mother, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of and the usual toasts propose...

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Pig Raising. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 1 March 1901

-Pig Raising. TBy Observer,! *T1ig following lecture was delivered by 'Mr. C. J. Reakes, Gr.Y., to a representa tive meeting of farmers atLeeston, N.Z., ? ?a short time ago. and dealing as it does 'with important; matters in connection, 'with the above is well worth 'the atten-!j 'tion of our farmers : — owiiio lever is or particular interest! *to- the farming and daii'j-ing community '?of tlie colony at the present time, in ccn ? sequence of the many outbreaks which -Jiave occurred recently. Tliis is a speci ?flfi, very contagious, and febrile disease, :anfl is manifestly either bj' inflammation ?and ulceration of the lining membrane ?of the intestines, or stomach, more par 'ticuiarly that portion of the intestinal ?tract known as the caecum, or blind gut, ?or by inflammation of the lungs, often '?combined with pleurisy and pericarditis, ??with effusion. Both conditions might be present in the same animal, but in nu 'luerous cases the lesions are confined to 'the respiratory or the...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 1 March 1901

Original Poetry. THie following, written by a yenng' 3.ady tit tender years, has beeatorwarded tto us for publication — ?SKETCH OF TH13 RAILWAY ACCIDFNT -AT srjOENHAM, 15th. P'EBEUAB.Y, ?3901. The 'train sped on ttlontr its Tray ? Wfmrflli'til kuiii^ra^^ iv.iv«11na n'flr But many never kuer-- tflht tlioy _ Wo-.ild travel 'there no more. ?The driver guarded well his train, And nothing thero seemed wrong, — But Fate his hand could nat refSium 'To overturn that throng. 'Men, youths, and husbands, homeward bound 'To parents, -wives and friends — -Anti m.uiy there frere speeding on Toward their early ends. 'One moment ! all was wild despair': 'One moment — tllKt waa ally ; Tlie engine ran beside the rails ? And 'jnidst ehaos began to fall ! The car behind tlie engine AV.-ls smashed from etd to ond — TTninjnred paasengera were there, -'A helping hand to lend, And soonby tender hands 'TJie injured wore conveyed From the wreckage of that fated train, Where across the street below it lay. ' ...

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