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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
'Local Topics. P. A. and H. Association. — The quar terly meeting of the committee takes i|j]ace at the School of Arts, on Saturday, April 1-6, at $ p.m. As the business as to. iije of an important nature, the whcfle of' '.-the committee are requested to attend. ?Jmportant Auction Sale. — On Satur day afternoon nest Mr. Eugene Finn sells '4jy pablie auction at Mr. P. Tuokey's farm near Mogong, tfae whole of 'that gentleman's furniture and effects, :and fanning plant, as well as numerous 'draught end light horses, sheep, etc, A i -stack of hay und straw is also to go ?under the hammer-; 6ale to start at 12 j =-o'clock sharp. Luncheon will be pro-, '??viGed. The 'Canowindra Show — Tn a recent' ?issue of the ' 1 Cowra Free Press ' ap peared a-letter over the word 'Onlooker', wUich surely nroft have been written by; ' ;a jjiorson of elastic conscience, -ft fertile, '-imagination, and considerable ability at ?juggling with the .truth. We feel con-: fident -that the writer had no data to ...
Local Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Local 6hat. The new bridge will be finished a fid ready for traffic in about three week'd time. It has been suggested that Mr. T. Waddell be reqUestfed to officially open it. A start has been made by Mr M J Abbotton, contractor, forming a 40ft nnnafinror in flia rnoin efroaf ftnn _? tract was let privately. The new causeway is being put iu about 20ft on the northern end of the old mud hole. An effort is being made to reinstate tho Minstrel and Dramatic Club. It is suggested that a play be the first thine undertaken. Hayos' Reef is now being worked on tribute by a party of miners from Cargo. In rolling the thistles on Grant's Belubula Estate it is estimated thai about 13,000 rabbits were destroyed in a few days. Mr L Kirklnnd is now rolling the thistles on the Edgecombe Estate. Tho local tennis club has again awakened, and practice is to bo .com menced immediately. At a meeting held an Monday evening it was decided that the secretary, Mr. G. Pcok, arrange for a Series of matches with...
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Ltrcal Directory -CEWSPAPFR. The Canowindra Star,'— a fail- and impartial or^an , wliich takes no party -feide, Wt strives to 'give accurate intofimar \ion onMiil sub;j«as'; a local papei which entitled to the support of all well ?'wishers of the district. | XtJcrxoxcUHP. John Finn. . IU3TKS. 'Commercial banking Company of ^Sydney, limited. Manager — A. E. .'Smith.' 1 blacksmiths akd 'wheblwmghts ; 'R Avrtofc ! -JO'^farka j 5)^^Tc'E-enald 'BOlf&i.KEP 5 Carter I 'iiuiffo'Ens 'W 'H X'tkiirsoii BAKERS j -3' Fotftfeetet \ ?fc Bates IB Kerr HOTlfc KFK'f'EBS IS Dityer, Junction Bot«l ' | J H Vlarshall, Victoria Hotel sad'dl'ers J ^ Netrlafed .&!&uns&h Bros WaURANCE XqSSCIES Liverpool, and London and Glob© Fire $tnd Life. — J J Finn. . -btorekeepebs ?J Boyd 'TFfnn ! W Pendall i UJfDtRtAKERS ?J CMnrka Atkinson - ? j ,*001 AND PRODUCE BtJTERS T Ureen
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Postal and Telegraphic Information Office Hoclis. Post Office open 9 a.m. to b p.m. Telegraph Office open 0 a.m. to 8p.m. Money Orders, daily Iroin 3 a.m. to ' 5 p.m. ' Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. fenyinpR Bank open daily from 9 a.m 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.nt.to 1 p.m. and *6 to8 p.m. deposits only. Postnl Notes (-Sale of) during post offiw hours; cashing, during money 'order liourB. . Note.— All offices ar^s closed during sortina: of mails from Sydney at 11.15 'a.m. daily AnH'iyXT. of Mails. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, '-lnUy at li*15 a.m. Cowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 11.30 a.m. ? ? \ - Eugowra, Tuesday and Saturday at; 1.30. p.m. Cnr.'-n. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day ait 3 p.m. Walli and Lyndhurst, Wednesday and Saturday at 1 ,30 p.m. Goolago'ng, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwoo?! and Burdritt, Monday, 'Wednesday, and Friday at 6 p.Hfi. i Depaiititrk of Mails. 'For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at ^ Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and 5m-' ?-3ay at 11.V5 a.m. Eugowra, Mo'n&...
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Ojwra.— Mass every Sunday at 0 and 1 1 a.m., devotions nnd uenodictions at 7.30 a.m: Mass on xreek^avs at 7.30 ».m.. Mass on Holy Days at $a.rti., Blstiofts wf^lie Cross and SenediiAton on Friday eve'uhigs fct 7 .30. Mt. McDonald. — First. Sunday of the month Mora ftl U a.m.. Devotions at 7.30 p.m. Mass on the following morajtep al 7.30. Canowindra. — Sccmdand fouilh Sundays of the month Mass at 11 a.m., devotions and beiie dictioas 7-S9 p.m., Mas; ea tUs icllewiiijj mornings at 7.30 a.m. Woodstock. — ITiird Sunday of tfes month, Mass at 1 1 a.m. ; devotions ut7.30p.iii; Mass on thefoUowins: morning at 7.30 a.m. Eng owra. — Fifth Sunday of the montlv (when -'icrniTiiiirj , Mass at 11 o'clock a.m. ; devotion* and benediction at 7.30 p.m., Muss ou the f- 1 lowiug morning at 7.30 a.m. Mass on the; Tuesday after the second Sunday at 10 o'clock. Revs. D. O'Kcnncdy uuAP.J.toaVan,
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Church Notices, GfiURCH OF ENGLAND. ?Services are lield in different churches in tiie . ^Cimowfui-a Circuit «B follows. — . Canowimim, 1st., 2nd, and 4th, Sundays at 11 a, m., 3rd Sunday at 7.30 p.m, 6th Sunday 11 =*.m. v Mt McDonald -1st Sunday at 7.50 p.m., only. Woodstock' — 2nd Sunday at 7 p.m.,; 4 Sunday at 1 p.m. 'Walli — 2nd Suuafiy »t 8.30 Ji.in. Goolagon^— 3rd Sunday at 11 a.m. Lockwood— Sth Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy Communion— Canowindra — Every 4 111 Sunday at 12.15 p.m., and on Saints' Days and ^eftivals as circumstances pertnit, ttfid l^y special . notinc. Other places oy special notice. Baptisms .md Wedainfrs. — Notice should be given at least one week before date wherever _ Rev. Ernest Lethbndge.
Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Farmers and Settlers' Asiociatlon- The quarterly meeting of the locai branch of the Farmers and Settlers* Association was liold in the School of Arts oil Saturday afternoon last. Messrs F. O. Crowe (president), W H Traves, G K Minter, T J Crawf ;rds Wm Basset^ and W Halliday Were in attendance. ? The minutes and corresDondence were received and confirmed on the motion of 'Messrs Crawford and Traves. Accounts to the aUiount of 12s 8d wore then passed for payment. The President pointed out that tho time for their annual meeting was a p= proaching and ho had convened tliid mooting to get the Bonso of tbe members as regards the continuation of this branch. It was decided that the annual meeting sdould bo held. Mr. Minter drew attention to the fact that though their worthy president ha-l been requested td represent this branch, last j-ear in Sydney at the Fanners and Settlers Conference, he had had to pay his owd expeilses. He proposed, ' that after all liabilities wore paid, the balance...
Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Railway Ltagutt The usual monthly meeting .of the Canowindra Railway League took place in the School of Arts Ilall on Saturday afternoon last, thero being present Messrs Wm. Traves, T. J. Crawford^ J. Boyd, Wm. Bassett, G. K. Min'tor, F.C. Crowo, AV. Hallidav. Mr. W-. Bnssett having occupied the chair. i.he minutes, having been read by the secretary, wero confirmed. Tho correspondence, most of which hag b o i publ:ah)d in fu'l in these colunmd was then dealt with. In reference to letter from Works Department stating tlrnt no officer would be available for some months to como for the purpose of surveying tho Gregra Cowra railway rout), Mr. Minter said that during his visit hero Mn O'Sullivaii had given thorn a definite promiso that ho would liavo a survey made as soon ltd practicible, so that the lino could be placed boforo parliament early this n&xfc session. Mn O'SuIIivan had not kept his promise to them, and if a man were not available almost immediately it could not be do...
Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Progress Committee. The ordinary tujuthly meeting of the above took placa on i'uesday evening1 lost at the iSchool of Arts Hull, when there wero present — Messta T J, Finn (president), W. H. Atkinson, M. J. Abotton, J. Jackson, O. Puek, J. Ujok. J: H. Marshall, Jno. Boyd, it. Ayrton, V. H. Hint ,'li f. ivil And M. J. Finn (secretary). | The minutes having been road, were confirmed. The secretary then read the corres pondence, inward aud outward, which was received and adopted. Amongst those received, and not pre viously published was one from Road Superintendent Gracie, Forbes, acknow ledging receipt -?f letter re clearing' por tion of Eugowra road near Nyraug Creek, aud stating that same would re ceive due consideration. Moved by Mr. Cook, seconded by Mr. Jaciison aud carried — ' That the secre tary be requested to write to Mr. T, Waddell, M.P., iuviting him to ofiisiully open the new bridge over tlie Belubula, on its completion, and that the Hon. Sydney Smith be also invited to at...
CORONER'S ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
CORONER'S ENQUIRY. The local Coroner, Mr. T. Finn. J.P., held an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of John Green, 55, laborer, of Soldiers' Flat, (who had died on the morning of March 30th from the effects of injuries received on the ? ? _r j.1. A ooih *\ Af tit.* UVeiuug Ul tuo auiu av mo iDoiuouw ui Mr. W. H- Nicholis. Frank Piefce, groom. Bangaroo. de--' posed that deceased, accompanied by witness and three other horsemen left Canowindra for homo ftt about 8.45 on the evening of the 29th inst ) they rode quietly along until they reached Foot's Lane, when Green challenged those pre sent to race to Bangauoo j one of his | companions accepted tho challenge, and tho two raced away at top speed, pulling up near Cassidy's farm ; the horse wit' ' ness bestfode having became excited gained tho upper hand of its rider, and had galloped some considerable dis tance down the road before it could be j brought down to a -tf&lk ) shortly after ' witness bear a clatter...
AFTER THE VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
AFTER THE VERDICT. At 5.18 the jury returned into court, with, a unanimous verdict for the co respondent., Dr O'Haran. The verdict was received in court with cheering and clapping, which caused tho judge to immediately threaten to have the court cleared. The foreman remarked that the jury wished to add a rider to the effect that there was not sufficient evidence to prove conspiracy. As the jury gave tlieir verdict, Coningham leaned his head yn his arms on the bar table, sobbing violently. Then ho jumped up like an enraged tiger, and made a spring at Dr. O'Haran, who was sttting a few ? feet away on the front barristers' seat. The doctor was quick enough to avoid the onslought, and Coningham came against the back of the seat with a terrible crash. Immediately a. score of by standers had him down, but so fierce aud maniacal were his struggles that it took all their united efforts to hold him. Even then he stayed thfe crowd backwards and forwards id. his attempts to free himself, screa...
Coningham v. Coningham. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Conlngham v. Conlngham. This case, in which Arthur Coningham chemist sued for divorce from liis wife Alice Stanford Coningham, on tho ground of her adultry with Rev. Dr. O'Haran, from whom petitioner claimed £5000, w&s concluded on Tuesday before Mi\ Justice Owen anda jury of twelve. We publish the closing scene of the trial: — A SCENE IN COURT.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. NEW SOUTH WALES. East Sydney, G H Keid i ; North Sydney, D Thompson F ; South Sydney, G B Edwards F ; West Sydney, W M Hughes LP; Barrier, J Thomas L F ; Bland, J C Watson L F ; Canoblas, T. Brown L F 4 Cowper, F Clarke P ; Dallev, W H Wilks F ; Darling, W G T. . Aiictin C!linn man P ; Gwyder, G A Cruickshank P ; Hunter, Edmund Barton P ; Hume, Sir W J Lyne P j Illawarra, G W Fuller F ; Lang, F E MoLeon F ; Macqucrie, Sydney Smith F ; New England, W B S C SawersP ; Newcastle, D Watkins LP ; Parkes, Bruce Smith F ; Parramatta, J Cook F ; Riverina, J M Chanter P ; Richmond, T T Ewing P i Robertson. H Willis, P ; Wentworth, Sir W McMillon F ; Werriwa. A H Conroy F. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. C C Kingston P, Sir L Bonython P, P M'M Glynn F ; F W Holder F, E. L Batehelor P, V L Solomon F, A Poynton F. TASMANIA. Sir F Braddon F, King O'Malley P, D C Cameron F, F W Pierse F, Sir P Fysh P. VICTOELL. J H Cook F, Sir George Turiler V, A Deakin P, Sir John Quick P, J W M'Coy P,...
The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
The Federal Elections. Polling day at Canowindra passed off tery quietly, though in the various sup porters of tho two policies, freetrftde and protection, were consumed with an, in-, ward excitement which wns brought into play u pon the receipt of the various re turns by the 'local press. In all there were 1 52 totes recorded at Canowindra for the 'House of Representatives, the' labor-protectionist candidate, W. J. Ferguson, obtaining 79, the freetrade and liberal committee nominee 72, and informal, one. This number being polled by the 'freetrade candidate proved a pleasant surprise to the local freetrade advocates, and settled in their minds the question as to who would get in for the Macquarie ?; and they were not doomed to disappointment, as Mr. Sydney Suihh was eventually returned by a majority of 610 votes. Taken as a whole the elections must be taken ss a victory for the policy of protection, as though the returns are net yet complete, and little alteration can take place to ...
Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
Fatal Accident. The many friends of Mr. John Green, of Soldier's Flat wero shocked when on Saturday morning it was reported that ?whilst returning from the polling booth at Canowindra on the previous evening, he liad met with an accident which had that inoming terminated fatally. Mr. Green, left Canowiudra^at about 8;30 ou Friday evening, accompanied by five or six other equostrians, and when some few miles out of town proposed a race as far as Bangaroo. It is supposed that ho horse he was riding bolted with deeased, and either shied at or collided with a stump on the side of the road, as'lnter on one of his late cainpanions found him stretched by the side of the road, half' lying in some bushes in wich a stump about four feet high was hidden, and with which ho lia-l evidently came in con tact, his saddle, the webbing of which had been broken, lying some ten yards away. At first it was thought that there was nothing seriously wrong, but later, Green appearing to be in con siderable ...
A FEW PRESS OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 4 April 1901
A FEW PRESS OPINIONS. In commenting upon the federal elections the Melbourne ' Argus ' says. — ' In estimating the results of the federal elections one error has to bo guarded against. If we divide the Houses j into tho two sections, supporters and ap- ' ponents of Mr. Barton, we. are not — as in ( some quarters it is assumed — dividing it ; also into high tariff arid low tariff parties. - This assumption, so confidently put for-, ward, is a mere trick. The fact is that! there is a widespread desire * that Mr. Barton, as the recognised federal leader during the years of struggle, i should inaugurate the neir nation, ' ahd j should have the first chance of governing ] it. The men who are opposed to Mr. Barton in his fiscal faith are witling to strain a point iu order to afford him what they consider an honestly earned and' legitimate opportunity. Moreover, Mr. Barton's fiscal proposals, as stated by himself rather than by Certain of liis col leagues, commend themselves to the great m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901
Canowindra P., A. and H. Association. Quarterly meeting of Com mittee, Saturday, APRIL 13th, 1901, at 3 p.m., school of Arts. Business Important. JOHN FINN, Secretary. Railway League. ***HE monthly meeting will be held on * SATURDAY, 20th APRIL, 2.30. p.m., in the School of Arts ITall. JOHN FINN, Secretary. MR, S. A* NASH, #DEHnST..^ MAY bo consulted at Canowindra about tho end of nest week. Address, nest to Kerr's Bakery. Also may be consulted iu Eugowra. (Stanley's Hotel) Tuesday next. You'll . Strike the Fashions AT ANTHONY HORDERN'S 'You'll get the NEWEST GOODS the nicest materials, the PRETTIEST MILLINERY, the most DAINTY BLOUSES, the CIHC-EST-COSTUMES, aud the BEST of everything, and you wll do tho, business at Anthony Horderns' FAMOUS LOYJ PRICES, Our complete fashion portfolia for Autumn and Winter, 1001, is now ready, and will be sent POST FREE anywhere ou rcceipt of address. The book is pro fusely illustrated with the present Rea son's fashions, and should prove specially ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the 'will of Joint Lawrence, late of Pine Lodge, near Lockwood, iu the State of New South. Wales, grazier, deceased. ISPPLICATION will bo made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of tho Last Will of the .ibovenamed deceased may be granted to Andrew Francis Lawrence (II the said ; will called Andrew Lawrence) the executor named in the said will, and all notices' may bo served at the office of the undersigned. THOMAS J. DICKSON, Proctor for the Executor, 127 King-street, Sydney. Farmers and Settlers' Association CANOWINDRA BRANCH. *T*HE adjourned quarterly meeting will * be held in the School of Arts on SATURDAY, 20th APBIL, at 3.30 p.m. Business important. JOEN FINN, Hon. Secretary,