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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

(To the Editor.) Sir, — I know you don't mind me saying a few words in favor of the farmers and Settlers' association, therefore I indite the following. Farmers of the State of New South Wales! I would like to see you all take a share each in this associa tion. as bv so doing von would be helnins yourselves in two ways ; you would be doing awiy with the middleman, and would break up the ring of millers in Sydney. As it is, the price of wheat would be lower now if the Fanners' and Settlers Association had not existed ; and not only that, but the existence of such an association, properly supported by farmers, would enable us to put practical men who understand our wants into parliament, not men from Sydney, who know nothing of our re quirements, and caie less for them. There are unions in overy class of trade, but this farmers' union should bo the strongest in the world. Hoping you will all think favorably of this, and thus bring forth brighter days, I am, Sir, yours sircerely, w. ha...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Our Open Column. (Tim column en open to those of eur sub scribers and supporters who would wish to express an opinion on any subject likely to prove of interest to the reading public ; We, therefore, do not hold ourselves responsible for such opinions, nor identify ourselves in any way with same.) I

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

EOMAN CATHOLIC CHU RCH. Cowra.— wttv Sunday atP and 1 1 a.m., j devotions nnil uoiNrfiotimiR at. 7.30 n.m : Wiiks on | TTPrk flays nt 7.o0 a.m.. Muss oil Holy Days at j Sa.in., Stations of tlie Cross «nd Benedietruu on] i'rirtny ^'pnin^rsaY7.'^ft. j Mt! 'McDonald.— lln* Sundny of tlir? month HaFii at 11 a.m., Devotions at 7-t!0 jri-m. Mass nn tlie followinsmomrajr at 7.S«. Canowiiidia. — Somntl :nHl fonrtli Simuays oi | flic month MaH.-st ll a.m., devotions ami ivnp- ] 7.30 Mass «o tlie foUoarm^ mornltig-K at 7.30 a.m. Woodstocjk. — Thntl Siuidti.y of the montli, Mawjttt 11 n.m. ; devotions (it 7.30 p.m ; Mass on t.liufolloiiiii^ morning at 7.U0 a-ui. , Eug owra. — 1'ill ii Siuidav of the (ivlit n -«jMirring-),*Mas,s at 11 o'Jlork a.m. ; Jo(-jtior.'' aud benediction at 7.30 p-in.. Maw oa OiL'f»l-j lowing imniiiujj at 7.30 a.ni. Mass on. the! Tiicxday after tlie sooond Sunday at 10 o'clock. Hevs. D. O'ivenncdy aud 1'. J. Doian,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Common Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Common Trust. . A meeting of the Common Trust re cently Gazetted was held on Thursday eveninglast in the School of Arts Hali, when there wore present Messrs D. R. McDonald, R. Ayrton, M. J. Abberton, J. Cook, aud the secretary A. J. Atkinson. Mr. McDonald having been elected chairman. The secretary stated that owing to there being no annual meeting held at the end of la6tyear for the nomination of trustees, and tho old trustees being un seated from the effluxion of time it had been necessary for the Government to appoint new trustees. This they had been requested to do and as a result the local Progress Committee had been re quested to appoint five gentlemen to fill the vacant trusteeship. The Progress Committee had nominated Messrs D R McDonald, R Ayrton, J Cook, M J A 1.1 ? - ? ? J 4 -r»-1 ? m. Auuei-Luu, uuu a nooinson. rnese gentlemen had been duly accepted by Government*- and Gazetted, they there fore held eilice for the next three years. The balance sheet for the old Trust had...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

PREBYTBHIAN CHURCH. Cuno'.vim] r;i, — Tliii'd Sunday of oveiy ^montli, j ?Rev. 15, J. Thomson.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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The New Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

The Raw Bridge. A public meeting in connection with the opening of the new bridge was held on Thursday evening last iii the School of Arts Hall, under the auspices of the Progress Committee. The night proved wet., and gave promise of heavy rain, which doubtless was responsible for the spurce attendance. There were, how oner, about 2(1 gentlemen present. Mr. I T Fiun haviug been elected to the chair announced the purpose for which the meeting had been called. It had been decided by the Progress Committee that Mr. T. Waddull It.P. be invited to open the new bridge over tho Belubula upon its completion, and that Mr Sydney Smith Member House of Representatives bo invited to accompany liini, and it had been decided to call a public meeting to decide the form of entertainment these gentlemen should receive. He called upon gentlemen -who had any sugges tions to make on tho subject. After considerable discussion it was decided that a committee consisting of Messrs. Jackson, Ayrton, and Boyd...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poultry Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Poultry Notes. The Vermin Question. — With warmer weather, the attention uf all liveeders is liesessarily turnod towards this uujilea sant sulijoct, as regards V.irth their breeding pens and chickens. It may bo of interest, and possibly of some use to our readers, to meiitiyu the growing use and nonulavitv in America, of various ' Liquid Licokillers,' which act by their volatile fume!-:. Tiio immense numbers wiiicli some A:neri a i jiouilry f irmrrs deal with, thoasnmls ia some casys, aad as cliif^fRs many thousands, and the hot climate, makes their experience, valuable, and worth at least some atten tion on o ir part. One ounce of ceolin dissolved iu a quart of kerosene oil i-s said to be a pretty effectual prevention against miles aud fleas, if applied ut. in tervals to roosts, boards, and nests; both destroying them when applied, aud for a time keeping them awa v. Bat n moro general and favorite application is kero sene in which is dissolved as much as it will take up of naphthal...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Sydney Smith. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Mr. Sydney Smith. The following letter has been received by Mr. W. H. Atkinson, from Mr. Sydney Smith, member for Macq\iarie in the Federal House of Eepresentatives, in reply to a wire of congratulation upon his election to that House : — Sydney, April 3rd, 1901. — Dear Mr. Atkinson, — Thaaiks for your wire of con gratulation. 1 was inaeea pieaseu to find the electors of Canowindra had so lo3rally responded to the call for freedom. Our Protectionist friends fully expected a two to one majority at your place, and they cannot realise that I ran them so close. I felt confident, however, that my Canowindra friends would render a good account on polling day. _ I hnew I had good staunch men working on my behalf.* {Kindly convoy to our many friends my sincere thanks for the great kindness extended to me during the campaign. — Yours Sincerely, S. Smith, j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

THE Commercial Banking Co. ©f Sydney, tiXMITED, ^jatttm, pAm TJ? £1,000,000 0 o Heserve Fund . , 1,010,000 0 32eserv$ Liability . . 1,000,000 0 0 £3,010,000 0 0 HIGHEST BATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. |l :Dralts granted on tlie Bank's London SJruHoh, and on its Agents in the Colo Saies, England, Ireland) Scotland, and ?elsewhere. Bills Discounted. Advances made on Jjioiis nn Wool and other approved securi ties, aud all usual Banking business transacted. A. E. SMITH, 'Manager, Canowindra Branch. _ 1 3 M». W. F. OK MIS TON, Dentist, COWBA. THE CANOWINDRA STAR. ' 1'RiDAY APfilL 12.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The State Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

~ The State Government. 1 I ' The new State Government will, it is now undorstood, be composed of equal forces of freetraders and protectionists. The fiscal issue is to exist no longer- in j the State as the great political rock on which parties split ; but, as has already I been stated, the 'ins ' and the ' outs ' will have to ra nge on either side of some new principal banner,. . Rumor, again busy yesterday, named Messrs See. O'Sullivan, and Perry as the abiding protectionist remnant of the Lyne Government, and Messrs Brunker, Garland, CarrtttliPrs, and Moore as the freetrade four. Mr. Ashton's name is still kept in the foreground. The fourth protectionist was left iu doubt, but Mr. M'Gowen's name was again mentioned. When Sir William Lyno offered, Mr. M'Gowen a portfolio in September, 1899, the labor party interdicted acceptance except on the condition that the Govern ment included at least three members of the solidarity. Now, however, there have been changes. It is said that Mr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Atkinson Bros, for Saddlery.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church of England Picnic [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Church of England Picnic. A very successful picnic in aid of the Walli Church of England Building Fund was held at the Walli Public Hall on Monday last, resulting in a net profit of about £10. The working com mittee deBerve great praise for the manner in which the function was carried out, everything going off without a hitch and all enjoying themselves thoroughly. During the day children's races, for which numerous prizes was given, cricket, rounders, quoits, and many other games were indulged in by the young people. Lunch was served at about 1 o'clock to which full justice was meted out. In the evening a ball was held, which was well attended, the music being provided by Messrs Adams andE Tucker. At the conclusion Mr. H. G.'Wilison thanked those present f- r their attendance and their efforts in bringing the affair to a successful issue in the name of Mr. Lethbridge, who, he was sorry to say, could not be present to thank them personally.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

postal and Telegraphic Information. Oitice Ho i;«P. Tost. Office open 9 a.m. to l- p.m. Telegrn]ih Office open 9 a.m. to 8p.m. Money Orders daily Irom «.) a.m. to 5 p.m. 'Sntuiday from 0 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ravings Bmik opun daily from 9 a.iii 5 ji.iii. ?Saturday D a-m. to 1 p.m. and 6 to8 p.m, dejiosils only. Tostal No''« - (Sale oi) during post, offiw. hours ?; wishing, duriug money order liourp. , , . Note. ? All- -offices are closed dnnng ?Bortinir of nvfiih wmi Sy-luey at 11.15 a.m. clitlly. Aihiivat, of Mxtls. Eixnn Sydnoy G.r.O. and W-Mdstoek, (3aily at li-15 a.m. Cira-r.i, Tucsdtijs Tfew.sday ftnd Satur-, -dav at 11.S0 n.nu , EngriM-i-a, Tuosdsy and Saturday at 1.30. p-m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- j '3avat3p.il-.. ' ! Wall i and I/nidhurst, W o&icsday and ! ^aiuTilny at. 1-,'io p.m. | Goolngong^ Eriday at ^ p.m. j Lock wood »nd Burdett, Monday, j 'Wednesday, nnd Friday at 6 p.m. 1 ^ETAJtmiK OJ- ^IxTT.K. ? Por%daev asid '\Voodstock, daily ar; 2.30 p.TU j Covrra, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Harry D. Buckingham, HOYAUEXCHSHER HOTEL, ?»w--^cawiifl. (Opposite4l?«il wiiy'Staliou.) FIRST-CLASS Accommodation for _ 'Visitors and Exeollont Sfsljling. Attentive Groom ou the Premises. Horse Boxes. A VERY SUPERIORSECOND TABLE First-class paddocks, with an abun dance of Grass &i)il Water. r All trains met by the hotel porter : ? Luggage carefully attended to. None but the best brands of Wines | and Spiiits kept in stock. JUNCTION HOTEL. CANOWINDEA, MATT. DWYER, PROPRIETOR, Only Wines T.ifl , Snlrits : Uttjt /HSfV Brands beers tXept in Stcck ? GOOD ACCOMMODATION. ? VEGTORIJI HOTEL, CANOW1NDRA. ! EXCELLENT CUISINE. None but the Best Brands of AVines and Spirits, etc., k-*pt iu Stock. Good Stabling and. Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. THE TERMINUS HOTEL FOE AT T. COACHES. Passengers Ixmkud for Woodstock Walli, Lynd lmrst, and Manduraina. J. H- MARSHALL, PuOl'llIETOn. PREMIER BAKERY. S. BATES, : Baker, Confectioner, - - - - - ..... and Pastrycook. CANO WINDBi. BEST quality of b...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Church Notices. tlHTHBCH OF ENGIAKD. | 15crvircK niv Tielfl in iiiTforciit churclics in lire, Cnnowiiulra S^hfirutw. fellows. — . j Cano-niiiiin. lA.'hiTl.iiiia 11 a, m., 'rd Sunday «t 7.30 fpai, ®ch Sanday 11 a.7n. Ht Hd-JrraW-~Vi Suuatiy nk ».S0 p.m., -oiilv- \\--ods1,vK:lc — Cml tS-.ni^fiy nt 7 i'-Tii., ; 4 (SuikVat aV 4 p.iw, M'nlli — '2iicl Simony nt. 3.30 j — 3iv3 'Stinday fit 1 1 a.nu j I/K-kvtwa— Sfli i5nufi:iy nV ;i.no p.m. ] Holy CTimmiuiioii— Canrnvinflin — 15--cry 4tJi ?pnuclnv aV. li.l.i p.m., an3 -oii Saints' Days and To-ti\-a1ii*.scivcoiiivtou(B!spenuft, a»4by qiccialj UahtciV s Other plw»s 1-y spraml notico. _ ! unfl Woadiups. — Kolifre slionlfl be j vrivcn at ioast one woolc before Sate wSjewii-cr slblr Itcv. Enicft Ijtfli'bridge,

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Local Directory Ml-AV-STArl-H. 'The ' CnTitt^indra — a fair and wivnrtii'l iivgiiv.. wliifli fnV« no party Si: i , lw giv;- n-:-j '.iv.-i'n- tll-il -«1 .il* rtilllj:-' v.. , il 'l; 11 '':l' I ?' J 1 ' ' is entitled to tlie wnpport of all well vitJit-TS Kti flic district. ALNTrOXEKUS. ? | .T'llin Finn- ' haxks. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Liniited. Manager — A. E Smith. liTACKSMVTUK \XT- WUIJELWDIGHTS IlAvilon | JC'Marka 'D33u ilcDonald' j Hi 3TMA.TTER J Carter J mriLDETts ? ' 'W II AtkinB.Ai BAKSBS | J FoiTefitia S Bates i li Kerr I TTOTET, KFEPEtJS i HI D wyer, J nnctiou Hotel I J H Marshall, 'Victoria Hotel SMJDliBBS J T5 'Nevland ! Aifikmssn ??ios TSfiWdAJS:® KGENCTES j TJivorrpool, nnd Tjtmdou and Globs Fire i and Life. — J J Finn. j storekeepers j J 'Boyd i TFinn i WPendall j tiXDEKTMCERS I J C Wnrka j W Atkinson j woov. xv-3 TJionncE bcteiis j T Biieea I

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woodstock. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Woodstock. (From Our Correspondent.) A successful day's shooting was held on Saturday at Reedy Creek, F. Glas son's estate, when 19 shooters bagged 664 hares. The principal scores were F. Brown (Walli) 65, J. Muir 51, W. Dobbel 50, the other shooters averaging about 33yerman. By the cheap exoursion train on Wed nesday, there were 40 passengers booked at the local station for Sydney. Tenders are called locally for supplying the new battery at Wood's Flat with firewood. . A very successful dance was held in the Good Templar's Hall on Thursday eveniug last, by the newly formed dancing club. On Wednesday evening a very pretty wedding took place at Holmwood between Mr. Young, of Cowra, and Miss Watson. After the ceremony the happy couple departed for the city per train. A picnic was held at the Sheet of Bark on Friday. The picnic party held a sing Knntr in the Good Templars' Hall the same evening, which proved a great success. A fancy-dress ball and banquet j-n the 24th April should prov...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Lockwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Lcckwoad. (From our own Correspondent.) A social in honor of the indefatigable and energetic school teacher Miss Olde, i was held in the hall ou tho evening of April the 4th, for the purpose of presen ting her with a gold chain and cross in recognition of her services here. There were present a largo number of 'friends, considering the inclementj state of the weather, and -a very enjoyable evening was spent. Having arranged the usual preliminaries, Mr. W H Traves J.P. was v'oted to the chaii- and briefly ex plained the business of the meeting. Ho then called upon Mi-. Wilson who opened tho proceedings with an overture. Miss Nash next followed with a song, which was very sweetly rendered. The chairman then called upon. Mr. Bassett to make the presentation. Mr. Bassett on rising said ' I have a very pleasing duty to perform this evening in presenting Miss Olde with this chain and cross, not for its intrensic value, but as a token of appreciation of your efforts in educating our childr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Xocal Topics. 'We note with pleasure that Mr. A. Robinson's pony, 'Little Katie,' has fbeen successful in the .pouy trot at the IRoyal Agricultural Show, beating the imported ' cracks' comparatively easy. We draw special attention to our ad vertisements of meetings, etc. The motto of the now trustees of the tommon iB to be ?' no pay, no quarter.' Whieh means that the poundkeeper ?will be kept pretty bus}'. Last quarter it is estimated variously $hat there were between 200 and 600 3iead of stock depastured on the common. The large total of five were registered. ?Considering that the ranger is entitled ; *to 50 per cent (2s 6d^ and the secretary ?30s per quarter tliis 6hows'the Trust tobe an a very good condition indeed — for - -ownf-T3 of stock. I Singer Sewing Machines. — Local : agency, G. T. Exton, opposite Soap Fac tory, Cowra. AH sundries supplied. 'Call or write. — Advt. The new Trust consider that if they fcannot sell the grass at Id per week per head of stock, those who do av...

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Paspalum Dilatatum (Leichhardt Grass.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Paspaium Dilatatum (Lelchhardt Crass.) [Herbert J. RuMsfcn.l This grass, originally obtained through Brron von Mueller, is proving itself to be quite up to the high standard claimed for it.. But outside of the northern rivers districts of New South Wales it seems comparatively Unknown, although queries frequently come to hadd from ™8r parts oi tne vommonvreiilth as t-t v^ue- In the Clarence and Richmond districts it has gone far beyond the ex perimental stage- fo'ne years ago Mr« McKeown, the experimentalist then In charge of Wollongbar Government farm, wrote : 'It is probably the best grass ever introduced, and can be used either as a pasture grass or as a heavy yielding fodder plant, if cultivated in drills. It resists both heat and cold, yields enor mous'quantities of fodder, is much liked by stock, and is shown bv analysis to be of excellent quality. Plants in drills eighteen inches by six apart quickly reached five feet in height, a test cutting showiuer a yield of 13 tons 7cwt...

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