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Toogong Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Toooong Items. ('From our Correspondent.'! The many friends of Miss Nellie Irvine were very disappointed when it became known that the happy event (which has been spoken of as likely to take place at Toogong,)of her marriage to Mr. Melton, had been performed at u ran go. The event toot place on April 3rd when Nellie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Irvine, of Toogong, was joined in the holy bonds to George, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Melton, of Canterbury, New Zealand, by the Rev. Spencer Oaks, at the Holy Trinity Church, Orange. The bride wore a travelling dross of fawn cloth trimmed with white satin and lace, and wore a white hat trimmed with chiffon and feathers. Mi6s Annie O'Neill, of Orange, cousin of the 'bride, acted as bridesmaid, whilst the bride was given away by her oldest brother, Mr. James Irvine. The wedding was very quiet, though a number of Orange friends of the {happy couple witnessed the cere mony. After tho ceremony the happy couple left for Sydney ...

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

Presentation to fir. and Hrs. A. E. Smith. Acting upon instructions received from the committeoe of the Smith Testimonial Fund (list of donors and balance sheet of which appear elsewhere) the hon. secre tary, Mr. J. Cook, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Smith, paid a visit to one of the leading jewellers of Sydney, for the purpose of having the articles to be presented selected by the recipients.. It having been decided that the presenta tion to Mr. Smith should take the form of a gold watch and chain, little diffi culty was experienced in making the selection, an English lever being chosen enclosed in heavy 1 8c. gold cases ; a fairly heavy 18c. gold eable chain was also chosen, as well as a gold sovereign case. In the case of Mrs. Smith a very pretty silver coffee service was consisting of four pieces — tea-pot, coffee pot, cream jug, and sugar bowl, of a very nice pattern in frosted silver ; a solid silver toast rack and egg stand was also selected. Instructions wero given to h...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New State Ministry. Sydney, Thursday, 10.30 a.m: [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

The Hew State Ministry. Sydney, Thursday, 10.30 a.m : Mr. See has succeeded in forming his Ministry. The following is the per sonnel — Colonial Secretary and Premier, Hon John See. Colonial Treasurer, Hon. Thomas Waddell. Secretary for Works, Hon E. W. C' Sullivan. Secretary for Lands, Hon. W. P. Crick. Secretary for Mines, Hon. John Kidd. Secretary for Justice, Hon. J. D. Fitzgerwld. Attorney General, Hon. B. R. Wise. Secretary for Education. Hon. J. Perry. Vice-President Executive Council, Hon. F. B. Suttor.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sates. 1 [By Telegraph.] J Homebusli, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. ? .SHEEP. To-day there were about 29,000 slieep penned to a large attendance of buyers, i quality from fair to good. The market : proved firm, especially for prime sorts. Quotations — Prime xbred wethers 14s to 15s Extra to 17s Prime merino wethers 13s 6d to 14s Extra to Ids 1 Good 1 Is 6d to 12a 6d frime iambs 10* to lis Good 9s to 9s 6d. CATTLE. One thousand aud fifty cattle yarded, the market opening about 10s lower, but j prices improved as the sales progressed, j Best beef may be quoted at 25s to 26s per 1001b.

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

SPECIAL NOTICE ! The end of the Season, BARGAIN SALE AT J. B O Y D'S CHEAP CASH STORES ? — AHOW I HDRA ^ ? O ? FOLLOWING our usual custom -we are holding A SPECIAL CLEARING SALE for TWO WEEKS ONLY at unheard-of prices. It is a well-known fact we never carry a single line over, even if we have to give it away, so, Ladies, now is your time to save money. In our Made-to-ordbr department we are offering ouie Special Iad.acom.iuts ; the quality, stylo, .and workmanship speak for them elves, so now is your timi to make a selection, an 1 savs from 15 to 25 par cant Boots and Shoes from all tho leading makers. Also Ladies English and American goods, all Top Quality at Bottom Prices. Groceries. Groceries. Groceries. AS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST AT J. Boyd's Cheap Cash Stores Canowindra. STILL OUR; MOTTO 'Small Profits and Quick Returns' CANOWINDRA SHOW ! Splendid Exhibit BY POIGNAND BR0S Buggies, Sulkies, and Waggonettes, Send for Catalogue and Price List Send your Orders at once for Good...

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

Smith Testimonial Fund. Following is a list of donors to this above fund : J C Marka £1 Is, J Cook £1 Is, a friend 5s, G Lockhart 5s, J J Cahill 5, A Grant 5s, .T Scrimshaw 5s, A McDon ald 2s Gil, J Veney 2s 6d, W Traves 10s, A Traves 5s, A Makin 10s,W Jones 2s6d.E Bfideoak 10s, J Grant 5s, F C Crowe 10s 6d, W, Halliday £1 (is, Jag Brown 1 's, Mrs Ferguson £1 Is, Dickey Bros £1 Is, W Hole 10s, H Capewell 5s. W H Atkinson 10s 6d, W Cox 5s, W Hill 10s, H E Brook 10s 6d, C Whitmee 10s 6d, Craven Bros £1 Is, F Kwong Sing' 5s, W Trelford 10s, Jas Trelford 5s, T \f.ill.o.nn T T- ? -r. m 1 ' - m, o x mver os, j. xouney as: J Small sen. 2s 6a, Mrs Dennis 5s, Thoa Siuallftcombe 2s 6d, C Rue 10s, T Mulli. gan 5s, Jos Jones £1 ]s, W Pendall 10s fid, J B Smith 5s, Jno Grant sen. £l Is, E Ryan 5s, D R McDonald 5s, J H McDonnld 5s, G Peek 5s, L Kirkland 10s fid, S Richmond Is, J Swindle £t Is, J H Marshall £1 Is, J Ginty 5s, H Thompson 10s, J Callan £1 Is, J J Finn £1 Is, H Hart 5s, G K Minter £1...

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

General Hews. Sir William Lyne makes, the .follow ing announcement on the result of the elections; 'I can say this, that: the action of the freetraders and the pross com bined have resulted in making N. B. W. n cipher among the other States. The1 Government will have to depend for its ] iu-aj un-y uu lao otner orates, ana it N. S. W. wants anything is will be at the mercy of t io*e State. At the end of December £2,600,000 had been' subscribed in Groat Britain for tho relief of soldiers and sailors aud their families. At least 25,000 people attended the ?n ? ol a ? ? 1 ro..ts .1.. ' 'J ngi-ivuituriu ouciecy b euow on i Saturday, and tho ^ate money showed an increase of £303 3s upon the amount taken sn the corresponding day of last year. A strange disease has cccured among tie she op in tho Cubar district. The animals are seized with convulsive fits and ^gradually become totally blind. Sir William Lyne states that when the Federal Parliament meets he will pro pose the formation of a J...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Cowra J.C. meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Cowra J.C. Meeting. The Easter meeting of the above took place on Monday last, and proved a great success. The weather was perfect, and about 2000 spectators wero in attendance. Following are the results : — Opening Handicap of 20sovs ; second horse to receive 3sovs from, the [prize; G furlongs. Mr. W. J. Palmer's blk g Zeno, aged. 7st 121b _ 1 C. Williamson's blkm Gipsy Girl 4 yrs, 7st 10 2 J. H. Butler's ch g Hailstone, 4 yrs, 7st 101b, 61b over, 3 Other starters: — Goldfinch 9.6, May 8.7, Acorn 7.13 (9lbover), Bismarck 6.12 Standby 6.9 (71b over). Scratched : — Matong 8.5, Warwick 7.7 Clarionet 6.9. Trial Stakes of 10 sove. for all horses that have never won an advertised prize of the value of £10. weight for age : maiden horses allowed 71bs, on w.f. a, ; 6 furlongs. Mr. W. J. Palmer's ch m Miss Trenchant, 8st 71b 1 J. Boyd's ch c Alto, 8st 12lb 2 J, Mackie's ch m The Baby 8st 121b 3 Other starters: — Kitchener 8.11, Lady Algy 8.12, Tola 8.7- Victorious 8.0, Marvellous 8.11, Gips...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Lung Worm In Calves. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 April 1901

Lung Worm In Calves. This disease is known iu Fnglanfl as the ' Hoose.' Mr. Peareoa, one of the American State^veterinaiians. writes: — Lung worms as thin, white, thread like vronns from ]£in to 3in long, and 'when mat. nro live iu the- lower air pas sages. They causc more or loss irrita tion, depending on their number, and ?are sometimes numerous euough to cause ] severe or fatal pnoumonia. Tlie species tnat occurs in calves is known ns the Strongylus micmrus. As these worms ?are coughed out, or as they pass into the throat andj are {swallowed! aud are cr.. pplled with the mauure, the places occj pied by the animals become contaminated ? with their eggs. These eggs are quite resistant, and live even in exposed places for months. It appears tliat moist places — as swampy ground, old grass sods,, etc. — are most favorable for their preserva tion, and it is a common observation that this disease is most prevalent uftcr damp «eosons. Usually the eggs are taken up l-y calves at pasture ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

SPECIAL NOTICE! The end of the Season, BARGAIN SALE AT J. BOYD'S CHEAP CASH STORES --^CANOWINDRAi^— ? o ? j FOLLOWING our usual custom we are hit ling A SPECIAL CLE ARING SALE for TWO WEEKS ONLY at unheard-of prices. It is a well-known fact we never carry a single line over, even if we have to give it away, so, Ladies, now is your time to save money. In our Made-to-order department we are offering ome Special Inducements ; the quality, style, and workmanship speak for tliem elves, so now is your time to make a selection, anl save frani .15 to 25 per cent Boots and Shoes from all the leading makers. Also Ladies Euglish and American goods, all Top Quality at Bdftoni Prices. Groceries. Groceries. Groceries. AS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST AT J. Boyd's Cheap Cash Stores Canowindra. STILL OUR. MOTTO 41 Small Profits and Quick Returns' i CANOWINDRA SHOW I Splendid Exhibit BY POIGNAND BROS Buggies, Sulkies, and Waggonettes, Send for Catalogue and Price List Send your Orders at once for Goo...

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Bees and Fruits—the Facts in the Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

feees and Fruits— the Facts In the Caso, .(By Prof, A. J. Gook.) As conductor of Farmers' Institutes :#or Southern California, I have a good ?'opportunity to feel the public pulse re jgardingjbees, and I liave been more than ?gratified ot-tiie general rightmm(lechioss ?of' all parties interested. As a region, ?xvliere all kinds and the most luscious jfruitsare -raised, and where extentive 'Jruit-drying is'carriea on, it goes without 'Baying that bees will of necessity be more ?or less of an annoyance at certain sea sons in-certain years. When we couple ?with £hs above facts 'that of the general ^presence of bees, and 'often in immense ^numbers, we readily see that*±he question xif bees and fruits becomes ^cne of great iimirortanoe. The last week in March and 'the first ^week in April I held institutes in four Regions where fruit-growing is the /leadiqg iudush-y, and where bees are ??kept in great nuiribers. These meetings were attended by hardly less than 2000, ^persons in the aggre...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

General News. The German forces in China find that tho horses obtained from Oregon are un ryuly, hard, to train, and altogether in ferior to tho horses of Australia. A cable message states that a mem bor of tho Sixth Coliiingont from Now bouth Walos is Buttering trom bubonic plague at Capetown. Tho Russian Government is sending unemployed workmen from the towns to thair native -districts, and is closing tho spirit stores at Eastertide. M. do Witte, Minister for finance, has warned tho Czar that Jw dreads tlie ellect upon industry of any declaration that St. Petersburg is in a state of seige. After the arrival of tho steamer Kaiser Wilhalm de Grosse at Bremoi haven tbe bars of gold bullion, valued at £12,000, which were supposed to have been stolon earlier in tho voyage,, were discovered by a steward. Th- y were concaalel in the second cabin of the steamer. A semi-official announcement at Borlin states that, exclusive of private claims, the amount of the indemnities claimed by the re...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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PREBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

PREBTTF.nTA-r r.rrTTijniT ^ 1 Canowindra, — Third Sunday of every Illioutli. 1 Ecv. E, J. Thomson. ? ? '

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Some impressions of Canowindra and its Surroundings. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

Sam* Impressions of Csnowledra and its. Surroundings. - (By A ' Wandering Writer.') A good many of us laughed at: %t Tho O'S.ullivV.Li's ' assertion after driving 5lr,m 'Cfiwra and Canowindra to Cregra, thit. ' He had never seen fairs;. Couatry in New South Walos,' but thoso who made facial -contortions of contempt i«d&Gt persomdly spied out for them «oIves the letttlixy ot tlie Jjoinouia ana neighboring ccrantry. la these dry times 'it is a picture to :see the country about Nyrang Creek and thence te Canowindra. There is a grmevp.l sir of prosperity, 'solidity, and an altogether appearance of rest nnd contentment — derived from a prevailing iruitffllnoss o£ the soil — about these latins. Then tfee view which fonrfts upon one a mile out of the town ts Really superb. I doi^fc mean from the ' Blue Mountains - Friday - to - Monday tourists ' point of view, but as it appears i to one aw.iigtomed to lo -k ftt scenery; through the most iBiindano spcctaelos of; what's to be got out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

Harry D. Buckingham, ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, ?^-is-^CdWRA, (Opposite^Kailway^Statiou.) . F IU.ST-CLASS Accommodation . for Visitor and Excellent Stabling. AttentiVe Groom, on the Premises. Horse Boxes. A TORY SUPERIOR SECOND TABLE First-class paddocks, with an abun dance of Grass-and Water. AH trains root by the hotel porter : , Luggage carefully attended to. 1 None but the best brands of Wines and Spirits. keptjn stock, JUNCTION HOTEL, CANOWIND K.A, MATT. DWYErJ PROPRIETOR, | Only Wlnss j Th3 f- Spirits Sor-t 01 And Hrands Eecrs ! K«??t {r Stc-ch. ? GUOI) ACCGAiiiODATIOtt. Victoria hotel. '?\SO\v:-- ? ? ... i : Lit: 1 J ... .. and ityiri.'s, etc.. in i tlijod -'lii'ili::!:' liiul J,uns« iii;X('s. CHARGES MODERATE. | TEE TKRM1NTTS HOTEL FOR All. Coaches. J-'nopcujii'i'.s bixikud for V\*-.!.d.st0c]- Walli, Lyndiiursi, and Miiiidiirama. J. H. MARSHALL, PuorniETOK. PREMIER BAKERY. S. BATES, Baker, Confectioner, ? ? and Pastrycook. CANOWINDSA. BEST quality ol broad supplied daily, also -M...

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[?]yrang Croak. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

Nyrang Croak. (From Our Correspondent.) On Wodifeiday,'' April' 10th, a very pretty cerem )ny took place nt tho resi dence of Mr. William Webster, Nyrang Creek, When Miss Eilea Godfrey, sixth daughter of Mr. William Godfrey, of Carsro. was married to Mr. Arthur Webster, eld-ist ; son of Mr. William Webster. The brile, who was given away by her fathor, looked charming in cream nan's veiling, with a wreath of orange blossoms and veil to match. There wore two bridesmaids, Miss Agues Webster (sister of tho bridegroom) in black skirt and purple^silk blouse, and Miss Minnie Burton, in whito muslin. 'Mr. William Godfrey, brother of the bride, acted as groomsman. After par taking of breakfast the Rev. E. J. D.ifiil, the .officiating minister, from Cowra, proposed the health of tho bi'ido and bridogrooiu, and was enthusiasti cally received. Mr. F. C, Crowe briefly responded ou behalf of the newly wedded couplo Tho presents wore very numerous. Tho wedding boiug in tho afternoon tlio company t...

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General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

f General Chat, b : After twelve month's delibora'tion tho Government have discovered that they are not liable for the loss of a horae sustained by a Mr. McLean by tho washing away of tho bridge over Copper Hill Creek. ? - ? -' Complaints re the alarming increase of rabbits come from tho whole of tho surrounding districts. An attempt is being made by tho Eugowra Progress Committee to have some of gates removed from tho Goola gong-Eugowra. . [ For the month of March about 60001bs of butter vraa turned out by the Molong District Dairying Co. Mr. E. Taylor, jnr., of Cudal, has pur chased the pedigree draught stallion, 'Royal Boy ' for 200g. ' Royal Boy:' was recently owned by Mr. H, Rae, of Victoria. An effort is being made by Mr. Evers and others to have thcNyrang Creek school adjoining Cheesemaii's Creek re opened and a teacher' appointed. Grenfell 'Record' — ' Homan got the Lachlan bridge for Goolagong.' Grenfell ' Vedette ' — ' Waddell got the bridge at Goolagoug over the Lach lan....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

' A II C T t 0 B S A L Ell B ELMORE, CAW1988A, — on — Monday, April 29th. AT 2 O'CLOCK. EUGFNE FIIfJT- will well by Auction on the above dftto at the residence of JIR. GEORGE IZARD— 4 Head Horses (Saddle and Light Harness) Furniture and Effects Poultry, etc. EG6ENE'f™, Auctioneer. Clearing Out Sale I ! FARM STOCK, IHPIEHENTS.ETC., ? SATURDAY, ? 27TH. APRIL. AT 11A.M. CUTLER & GORNALL HAVK received instructions from CUTLER BUOlS., to sell bj- Auction At Their Farm pit the Belubula, tho whole of their Farm Stock, Implements, etc*, s&asUtiug of — 33 Head Splendid picked Dairy Cows 20 Draught and Saddle Horses (extra heavy and very fins) 3 -Horse Dray., Tip Dray, Spring Cart, Cultivator 4-Furrow Plough, Set 4 -Horse Harrows 2 Corn Scarifiers Broadcast Sower Stripper and Cleaner (New Meadow Bank) Swindle bard Pigs — 5 .sows, 11 suckcr.s ? Large quantity of poultry Forest Devil Quiintity of Harness Numerous Sundries WITHOUT RESERVE. Luncheon Provided. MR, S. A. NASH, #D£BT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

THE fcsmmBrelai Banking €& of Sydney, LIMITED. dvrn'Ar, P.'„rD Up .. £1,000,000 0 o StESETlVE ITtjxb . . 1,010,000 B ' 3£eseb\ts Liability , . 1,000,000 0 0 £3,010,000 0 0' HIGHEST KATES I ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST, 4 ? SlDr-afte granted on tho Bank's London! Branch, and on its Agents in the Colo Mies, England. Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere. Bills 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 — : | Mr. W. F. OR M IST-ON, I Dentist, Cowai.. - THE CANOWINDRA STAR. FRIDAY APRIL 19.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 19 April 1901

Atkinson Bros, for Saddlery.

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