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Hon. B. R. Wise's Candidature. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

Hon. B. ft. Wise's Candidature. On Saturday last Mr. F. C. Boyce, of Sydney, arrived, unannounced, in Cano windi'a, atta made knofrll his intentibn ot addressing a meeting of electors that night in tho School of Arts in connection with the candidature ot Mr. B. It. Wise At eight o clock, though the short notice was undoubtedly responsible foi' the non-atteudanco of a great numbetf who otherwise^ would have been present, there was a fair number assembled. Mr. T. Finn, J.P., occupied the chair, and in introducing the speaker, spoke eu» logistically of the ability of the gentle man the speaker that day reprosonted. . Mr. Boyce, on rising, apologised in the name of Mr. Wibb for his inability to attena in person 10 aaaress tlie electors of this portion of the electorate. He hoped that what he might say during the evening would be taken in the pro per spirit ; in the spirit in which it was meant. If he said anj'thiiig against Mi\ Brown it would be of his inability to represent them ftllly...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

Progress Committee. Amongst others the following corres pondence will bo considered at the meeting of the above to be held on 2nd April. — Department of Lands, Sydney, 5th March 1901. — Sir, With reference to your application forthe throwing open fn co+flnrnftnf nf l?nilrr»niT T?ncnv*'.:» TC.i 12299, Parishes of Belubula aud Collett, County of Ashburnham, I am directed to | inform you tbat survey has been Author ised of the reserve mentioned, and also of Railway Reserve No. 12300, Parish of Goimbla, and the district surveyor J).as b.?en asked to report as to the disposal of the lands. — I have etc., H. Cl'huVj Under Secretay-. Department of Mines, Stock Branch, Sydney, 26th Mareh, 1901. — Sir, — I have the honor to inform you in reply to your letter of the 21 stjult., that the appoint ment of .Tames Cook, Donald R. Ayrtoh, and Hilton A Kobinson. the gentlemen as per margin, as trustees of the Canowindra Common, was duly notified in the ' Government Gazette ' of 22nd inst. — I have, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In Recess. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

In Recess. (Bv ' The Stranobe!') By the -time this article is 'being per-, used by its readers the first general -election, of legislators for Australia will have been almost Completed. But it -will probably fee several days after the roting before the result will be known defini tely. Many of the electorates in this and the other States, particularly in Queens land and West Australia, are so enor mous in area that it will practically be impossible to ascertain the final result before, possibly, the middle or end of next week. In Queensland for instance, some of the ballot papers cannot possibly reach the distant polling places by this Saturday (the date of the election in the Northern 8tate.)Gwing to the drought it was thought a fortnight ago that it would be impracticable to travel over the waterless wastes in some districts, but since then copious rains have . fallen and some of the roads are flooded. But I there is a provision ia the Queensland | ?2aW wliich enables the Governor...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Political. Hon. Sydney Smith at Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

Political. Aon. Sydney Smith at Canowindra.! On Friday evening last Canowindra was honored by a visit from the Hon. Sydney Smith, freetrade nominee for the Macquarie federal electorate, Whd spokei in support of his candidature in the A _4-„ tu ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ,1 vuuvi VJ. ai bo, Auoio wu a vwj (£uuu attendance, the hall being almost filled. Mr. D. R. McDonald having been voted to tho chair, briefly introduced the speaker. The Hon. Sydney Smith said it was very gratifying to him to know that ho had as chairman that evening one of his oldest supporters — a. gentleman who had supported him fifteen years ago, and one whom ho was pleased to see supported him to-day. In opening his address Mr. Smith justified the course of action ho had taken in connection with the Federa tion Bill ou tho occasiou of its first being placed before the people, and which resulted inhis being refused by Bathurst at hist election; Tho reason for his re jection was that 75 per cent of the doc tors of Bathurst wis...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

Official Correspondence. The following correspondence of local interest has been received by Mr. T. Waddell, member for Cowra, and has been handed in for publication. — Public Works Department, Sydney, 91st Al nVpli. I90l.— iSir. — -AVith vm'nT-mn-n | to the letter dated the 9th ult., from the ! hou. secretary to the Canowindra Pro gress Committee, presented by jrou, urging the building of approaches on the southern side of the new bridge over the Belubula River, I have the honor to in form you that the matter has been thoroughly considered and no grounds are found for any alteration of the works in the bridge approaches. — I have etc., — J. DAVrs, Under Secretary. Public Works Department, Sydney, 19th March, 1901. — Sir, — In reply to the letter o£ the 16th ult., presented by you from the Canowindra Railway League, with reference to the exploration of the route of the proposed railway from Gregra to Cowra, via Canowlnde*, I have the honor to inform you that there will not be any of...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

Town Band. On Saturday evening last a meeting of the local town band was held at the resi dence of Mr. J. C. Marka, when there were present Messrs Marka, Trelfoid, Seymore, Rice, Minter, Galvin, Marray, and Tobin. Mr. J. C. Marka having been elected chairman, the following business was j. ? ? _i_ _ j Tj. — ai r.. iru.ubaui.eu.. xt -vaa uumueu iuui ixi xu ture the services of Mr. F Homarin as baudsmaster be dispensed with, and that Mr. W. Tobin, in future act as instruc tor. It having been shown that there was at present a debit balance of about 2os. Mr. Tobin moved ' That a tail of 2a per member be made to meet the eame.'! — Carried, Proposed by Mr. Minter, seconded by Mr. Tobin, and carried, ' That Mr, T. J. Crawford be appointed trustee in the stead of Mr. A. E. Smith, resigned.' Proposed by Mr. Tobin, seconded by Mr. Rice, ana carried — ' That Mr. A. Minter be appointed Secretary.' Messrs. Seymore, Trelford, Minter, Murray, Tobin, and Marka, then con tributed towards the wijiing ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

Homebush JFat Stock Sales. TBy TEtEORArn.l Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. About 27,000 sheep and lambs were j penned, consisting chiefly of fair to good quality. The market was very strong, j and prioes ruled much higher than at 'last sales : — ? i Prime xbred wethers 12s 6d to 14s. Good, lis 6dto 12s 6d Prime merino wethers, 13s 6d to 14s Good, lis 6d to 12s 6d Prime merino owes, 10st!d'to lis Gd Good, 9s to 1 0s Prime lambs, 10s 6d to lis CATTLE. 990 cattle were yarded, including a. large number of cows. -Prime bullocks were rather scarce, alid the market reached to within a shade of the reecnt high rates. Best beef solcL at from 25s and 26s per 1001b. COULSON, HART0N, & CO'S EE- 1 POET. Fat Cattle.— About 70 yarded. The bulk of 'quality again still representing medium to inferior, with a few yards of good. Market opened firm, and prices ! throughout, were wen m advance w. mw sales. Bullocks made to to £9 I5s.; Cows to £6 10s.. Best 'bee? made fully 23s per lOOlbs. W...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

Atkinson Pros, for Saddlery.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Police Court. (Before Messrs. J. Boyd and J. Worrall. Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 29 March 1901

Police Court. (Before Messrs. J. Boyd and J. Worrall, Js.P.') Henry Gassidy, druuk and disorderlyi fined 2s 6d or 48 hours. Fine paid. Henry Cassidy unlawfully assaulting A. E. Way. Fined 10s, or three days. Fine paid. John Cassidy, drunk and disorderly. Fined 2s 6d. or 48 hours. Fine paid. John Cassidy, obscene language. Fined 10s or three days. Fine paid. A. E. Way, drunkenness. Fined 10s or three days. Fine paid.

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

Our Country Clients 8 umber Thousands — —from all Parte of Australasia. THE FAB-FAMED AND WIDELY KNOWN 'AUSTRAL' SAC SUIT.^ CjS TO MEASURE. HIGHEST GRADE OF GOODS I NEWT DESIGNS It NEW COLOKStlt ... PERFECT FITTING — — — ^ RELIABLE MATERIAL. COOD WORKMANSHIP. THOROUGHLY SHRUNK mib TlUrfnC Are speclafly selected patterns, dealsnetf andmmuricturMi UUn Iffttlld for us by Messrs. Vicars and sons, Marrlckvirie. PUREST OF WOOL ! FA8TEST OF DYES I ! These Tweeds hay* taken GOLD MEDALS at all EXHIBITIONS. ? NEWEST SHADES 1 1 LATEST DESIGNS 1 1 1 ? ' ' OUR SERGES Black The most UP-TO-DATE Materials only used. EVERY INCH of Serge WB GUARANTEE PURE INDIGO. WE DEFY COMPETITION, Send for Full Range ot Patterns — tor Spring and Summer Tape, and Measure form. We Pay carriage on Ail Orders. We Are Complete Outfitters— — For JUVENILES, BOYS, YOUTHS and MEN. ? The Largest Stock In tho Commonwealth of Australia. ? *-m ft T\ TAILORS, MERCERS, HAT TERS, OUTFITTERS ? I llW/ § If 1 f 111 I lw Opposite Mai...

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The "Absent-Minded Beggar." [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

The ' Absent-minded Beggar.' With apologises to the man who has NOT paid his Sub. When you've paid your next month's diggings, and your laundry for the LAST ; When you've settled all the extras that accrue, Will you kindly send the shillings for the months now going past, Your subscriptioh, which you'll recol lect iadue. You're an absent-minded beggar and your weaknesses are few, ?Such trifling matters how can you remember ?' But we hope you'll just forgive us, and take this gentle cue, It ' takes a deal to look up every member. Cook's son, Smith's son, son oE a Certain Giles, Pay your subs at once and win the Secretary's smiles, He's waiting for the money, don't keep him in suspense, Look up your card — you're on the slate — and ' Pay — pay — pay !' — Monthly Note $.

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Poultry Notes. BLACK MINORCAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

Poultry Notes. BLACK MINOKCAS. Seldom do you find a. breed retain its popularity year as the Minorca has, and without doubt their grand laying quali ties have placed them in the position they now hold with poultry keepers. Like all the Mediterraneans it is a non-sitting i ? j ? jluo uouo uj. buio.uieuu 200 eggs per annum. Pullets, if well fed can be induced to lay at 5£ months old. It is a general impression that Minorcas are not good winter layers. This is a misiake- If your houses are warm and your hens well fed they lay well right through. In the old Country farmers have been known to take almost as many eggs from their flock of Minorcas in winter as they would at any other time, but when the ground was oovered with snow all the hens were kept in their houses and artificial heat introduced. I will now try to give an idea of what are considered ideal Minorcas. The cock — carriage upright, but not gamey : large fairly square-looking body, rounded breast ; tail full and Sowing, with...

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Profitless Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

Profitless Farming. We need not go far in these days (says an exchange) to find real live men who seem doomed all their natural lives to rolling stones up the hill to no -profit 1 or purpose. A good many of them, it it sad to say, are farmers of seemingly! fair intelligence and information. They rise early, work faithfully and late, and toil and save every day of their lives. They would rapidly improve in worldly condition but that they keep a lot of in ferior stock around them to consume without due compensation the surplus product of their labovr and self-denial. As soon as anything is produced or saved it is eaten up by animals which neither grow, get fat as they ought to get fat, nor give milk as they ought to give milk. As soon as they have eaten out, without profit one season's crops, the blind etone-rolling farmer bends his back and tortures his muscles to raise another crop to go the same profitless way; and so it goes on as long as he lives — the same dreaey round of labour...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

PREBYTERIAN CHURCH. Canowindra, — Third Sunday of every month, I Rev. E, J. Thomson. ' j

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Dairy Skimmings. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

Dairy Skimmings. 'Wafta on Caws5 Teats. — A Texas fai aier recommends tie application of castor oil to warts on the udders of cows, twice day,-once after each milking. Inside T-f a week tlie warts will come oS and «tay off. The same said tke remedy was quite as &ood for human warts. HolBtem v. Jersey cattle.— The secre JTAlofiiin.li^nAsian ( ?advanced register has compiled the re sults of certain butter tests at fairs (the -American equivalent for agricultural sshows) for 'fee past twelve years in the United States and Canada, comparing ?especially the Jerseys and Holsteina. These tests were made by the authorities ?of 73 fairs and societies. The time oooa pied in making them was 142 days, -83 «f ; -which were occupied in testing for Abutter, -and 99 for butterfat. These ^figures inolude -a credit of four days for 3fche test at tfee New Ifork state fair in 3894. Sheading Jerseys were tested for 'butter 28 days, and produced 45,1991bs, an average of 1,614 per day per cow. Lea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

Harry 0. Buckingham, ROYAL lEXCfME HOTEL, ? COVJRAr (Opposite RailwayJStation.) FIRST-CLASS Accommodation for Visitors and Excellent' Stabling. Attentive Groom ou the Premises.! Horse Boxes. ; A VERY -SUPERIOR. SECOND TABLE First-class paddoeks, with an abun dance of Grass and Water. ? All trains met by Iho hotel porter : ' Luggage carefully attended to. . iforie 'but the best brands of Winesi and Spii-its kept in 6toek. JUNCTION HOTEL, CANOWINDRA, | MATT. D W YE R, P ft'Of R l E T O R. Only . Wines The Spirits Best 01 And Brands Beers . Kept in Stock. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. VICTORIA HOTEL, CANOWINDRA. EXCELLENT CU1SJXE. None but the iiest Lji-ands cf Wine.s and Spirits, -cto., .:ej)t in 8tock. Good 'Stabling and Louse Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. THE TERMINUS HOTEL FOR ALL COACHES. Passengers fcooked for Woodstock Walli, Lyndhurst, and Mandurama. J. H. MARSHALL, PuOPEIETOn. PREMIER BAKERY. S. BATES, Baker, Confetitiener, - - - - - ... .. and Pastrycook. C ANO WINDEA. BEST quality of bread...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

The members should- -think well be fore they;decidp. to ai)pliahrthis xery use-^ ful iustitution. , Organised^ unity. is the1 tback&one of success in . jiny . community, and our farmers should' stick together and work shoulder to eiiouiuer lor iuo goon- oi * all. - - . . . .r - ? _ One question they should-take in hand, and that at once— that of tho rabbit JjBSt. ' This, guestioii appears to have been entirely neglectod of late, and our ? -farmers will oiio .of these mornings, when grass is becoming scarce from a severe winter or drought, wake up witb the rabbit sitting on his chest like a night mare. Tliis reminds us that Mr. D A Bartley .gives an exhibition of tho utility and working of a poison cart . constructed by liiiu near Eugowra, in Mr. J . H. Mar shall's cultivation paddock adjoining tho tv; HVi+ol «« RrttuvHav 13t,li Aiiiil On Friday night . last the local post ofiico remained open until about 12 p.m., receiving and despatching press wires re the election ia progr...

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Boots, Breaks, and Spurs. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

Boots, Breaks, and Spurs. We Tvas travellin' all together Down the Luchlan, don't yer see'; There was twelve of us in number All as merry as could be. We bad seen the show and races And had heard good Mr. Brovra Give his ' candidate ' opiniofe Of this thriving little town. With a bit of alteration — * We'll say an extra ' Liglit' — I guess Canowiudra has a chance To be the Federal cito — And we listened to the concert — 'Tu.is a ' smokiu' ' one, 3Tou hnovr^ And they got an extra quid there For the nest approaclin' show. And as sura as I'm a-livin' I'll go for ' Carmen's ' prize, So the folks can all be ready When they see the curtain rise. Well, we left the little township, And was spoedin' oil our track, And was roakhig for the river A little way down back. By Gobs', t was delighted — As my throat, was awful dry — Wheto A folcioniin' flask of whiskey I happened then to spy. Pull up,' I roared, ' pull up, boys,— F«ix- tliis is just the thing — I co'uldri't liave no hotter luck If I'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

Business Notice I 1|»B, the undersignod, giro notice that *? our respective places of business \rill be CLOSED on MONDAY (Easter lion ivy) next. T» FINN, JNG. BOYD, '? ? Storekeepers. Public Meeting. a PUBLIC MEETING will ba held n fit the School of Arts, Canowindra, Thursday, 4th April, 1901, at 8 p.m. * Business: To consider what steps should be taken to commemorate the of the new bridge. ^ M.J. FINN, Secretary Progress Committee. Canowindra P., A- and H. Association. QUARTERLY MEETING of do V : mittee, Saturday, APRIL 13th.l901, afc 3 li.iii., school of Aits. - ? Business Important. JOHN FINN, Secretary. Foison Cart , Titlal I J D. A; ^ E N TliY^ r j y' - ?? i SATURDAY, 13TH. APRIL, - - AT:2Pjk^ J . H. Marshall's Cultivation Paddock. RffiR. D. A. BARTLY intends giving a . trial of his locally J.made Poison Cart (patented), on tho above date, in Mr. J. II. Marshall's Cultivation Paddock adjoining his hotel' Farmers and those interested cordially invited. TRIAL CONDUCTED PERSONALLY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901

the Commercial Banking tto. af Sydney, j JBIITED. ~ ^ItnTAL Paid Us £1,000,009 0 o ^Reserve Fund . . 1,010,000 0 j ^Reserve 'Liability 1,000,000 0 0 £3,010,000 0 0( 5UGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOE 'DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. f C 'S X) rafts granted on the Bank's London ^Branch, and on its Agents in the Colo nies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere. Uills Discounted- -Advances made on. Xiens on Wool -and other approved securi ties, and all usual Banking business transacted. A. E. SMITH, ^Manager, 'Canowindra Branch. 1~ T | Mr. W. F. O-R W I S T O N, j Dentist, J Cowba. '1 j- THIJ CANOWINDRA STAR. THURSDAY APEIL 4.

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