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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Harry D. Buckingham, ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, ? COWBfl. (OppositeJjltailwayJStation.) FIRST-CLASS Accommodation for 'Visitors and Excellent Stabling. Attentive Groom on tlio Premises. Horse Boxes. A VERY SUPERIOR SECOND TABLE First-class paddocks, witli an abun dance of Grass and Water. ». ?a' ?'£*£? ' All trains met by tlie hotel porter : Luggage carefully attended to. None but the beat brands of Wines and Spirits kept in stock. JUNCTION HOTEL, C A N 0 W I N.D R A, MATT. D WYER, PRCPRI E.T O B, Only ¥£fnes The Spirits Best 0 . And Brands Beers Kept In Stock. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. VI0T8RIA HOTEL, ' CAN 0 WIN D ft A . EXCELLENT CUISINE. None liut the Best Brands Cx Wines and Spirils, etc., kept in Stock. Good Stabling and Loose Boi.es. CHARGES MODERATE. THE TERMINUS HOTEL FOR ALL COACHES. Passengers booked for Woodstock Walli, Lyndhurst, and Mandurama. J. H. MARSHALL, Proprietor. PREMIER BAKERY, SB BATES, Baker, Confectioner, ? ? and Pastrycook. CANOWINDEA. BEST quality of bread supplied ...
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Church Notices. GBXTRCH OF ENGLAND. Services are held in- different churches in the Canowindra Circuit a* follows. — Canowindra, 1st, 2nd, and 4th, Sundays at 11 a.m., 3rd Sunday at 7.30 p.m, 5tli Sunday 11 a.m. Mt McDonald--lst Sunday at i. 30 p.m., Vfoodstock — 2nd Su pday at 7 p.m., ; 4 Sundav at -1 p.m. 'Walli — 2nd Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Goolagong— 3rd Sunday at 11 a.m, Jjonkwood — fltii Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy Communion— Canowindra — Every 4tli Sunday nfc 12.15 p.m., and on Saints' Days and Festivals as circumstances permit, and by special noticc. Other places by (special notice. Bnptisins snd Weddings. — Notice should be given at least one week before date wherever powible. Rev. Ernest Lethbndgo.
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Local Directory NEWSPATTB. | The ' Canowindra Star,' — n fair and impartial organ, which takes no party i«de, but strives to give accurate informa tion. on all subjects ; a local papei which is entitled to the support of all well . wishers of the district. AUCTIONEERS. John Finn. JUNTOS. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — . V. Blatchford. BLACKSMITHS AM) WHEELWRIGHTS H Ayrton J C Marka i D It McDonald BOOTMAKER J Carter BUILDERS W H Atkinson BAKERS J Forrester S Bates B Kerr HOTEL KFEPKRB M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel SADDLERS J B Newland Atkinson Bros insurance agencies Liverpool, and London and Globe Firo juid Life. J J Finn. STOREKEEPERS J Boyd T Finn W Pendall UNDERTAKERS J C Marka W Atkinson WOOL AND PRODUCE BOTERS j T Breen
A Disgraceful Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
A Disgraceful Act. Last week it was reported that the gates of the local cemetery had been broken down by cattle and that it would be necessary to supply new ones. With the quantity of feed about at present, young and tender as it is, it is bard to believe that snch a thing would happen, though from the fact that for some time past it has been suspected that the ceme tery was being used as a mgnt padaock for' stock, one can understand tho pos sibility of such being the case. That cattle will lift gates off their hinges, however, is hardly to be believed, and on at least one occasion they have beci) found in that condition. _ Therefore, even allowing that in this instance the cattlo which bad been placed thero on a former occasion broke through the gates the fault lies with the guilty per son who in tho first instance committed the disgraceful act of turning them into the cemetery. The damage done to the property is less to be deplored than the fact that in this community there is a ...
Monthly Sales at Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Monthly Sales at Canowindra. In this issue appears the first announce ment of i serios of monthly sales to bo held in Canowindra by Mr. Engone Finn, auctioneer. Iu tho past this has been odo of the worst felt wants in this dis trict — one of the best in Now South Wale3 for fat cattlo and sheep — and in j supplying the local farmers and graziors with a market at their doors Mr. Finn is doing the district one of the greatest services which it is open to receive. At j present the farmer with fats — and when onco fat it is econony to sell — in small numbers cannot readily get his stock away to market, and has to wait his op portunity for so doing or sell privately. Even if a producer sends his stock to other markets such as Orange, Bathurst, or Homebush the expenses to bo deducted from the price received reduces it to such an extent, especially with small lots, as to suggest mat regular montiuy auctions would be a boon highly appre ciated by local producers and those of the surrounding ...
Opening of the Belubula Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Opening of the Belubula Bridge. A meeting of the committee elected in connection with the arrangements for the opening of the bridge over the Belubula which is now* completed, was held at the residence of Mr. John Boyd on Monday evening last. The secretary announced that about ' £13 had been had consented to officially open the bridge. It was arranged that the com mittee frequest the head-master of the local public school to allow the ^children to attend on the day of the opening, it being decided to tender the scholars a picnic, at which juvenile sports etc, should be indulged in. It was also de cided that the local band be' requested to attend and render a few selections. Liquid refreshments, biscuits, etc., are to be provided for the adults, champayne being provided for the opening. The secretary has since received a wire to the effect that Mr. Waddell will be unable to attend until Wednesday 15th inst., upon which date it has been decided that the opening shall take place.
Vestry Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Vestry Meeting. . The adjourned vestry meeting in con nection with the All Saint's Church of England was held at the Church on Tuesday evening last. Mr. H. G. Wilstou presided. Mr. W. Atkinson was elected clergyman's warden. It was decided that all absent trustees of the Church of England cemetery bo reques ted to resign, to enable the appointment of gentlemen to fill their positions. It was resolved to hold a tea-meeting and social as a welcome to the Rov. E. Lethbridge. The meeting was then adjourned to 4th June.
Member's Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Mombar's Work. On his return from Cowra last week fho Colonial Treasurer had a long inter view with the Chief Commissioner in connection with railway matters. Mr. Waddell suggested to Mr. Oliver that the following changes take place in the runuing of the western mail trains, namety, that the first division, now run ninfr /-»n1 *r Ia 'Rofliiivct nnd on I liner nt. tilt 1 stations, run right through to Orange, and that a through carriage to Cowra bo attached thereto, which could be un coupled at Blaynoy and attached to the Cowra train. This would obviate the unpleasantness of passengers having to change their luggage from one train to another at such an early hour in the morning, especially in tho winter time. Mr. Waddell also suggested that the second division of the train which leaves Sydney at nine o'clock at night run right through to Orange without stop ping at stations, which would greatly shorten the time occupied by passengers from Dubbo, Bourke, and all stations west. In an i...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Official Correspondence. The following has been received by Hon T. Waddell, M.P., and forwarded to us for publication : — Department of Lands, Sydney, 27th April, 1901, — Sir I have the honor to in vite your attention to tho attached notice from the ' Government Gazette ' of this date relating to the appointment of a trustee for the land therein specified. I have, otc, H. C unity, Under Secretary. Notice referred to : — Recreation ground at Canowindra, area 12 acres, dedicated 13th November, 1894, James Henry Marshall, Esq., in lieu of the late R. Rice.
Orange Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Orange Show. j (By our Special Correspondent.) It was unfortunate that the weather should have been so bleak, wet, and cold during the four days of the show. The heavy rain's which fell for several days previous to the commencement of the show greatly interfered with its ' success, which promised to be the record show for Orange, as the nominations for all classes were iar in anvance oi any pre vious year. One of the main features was the excellent display of farm and dairy produce, the first pike for which was £20 the second £10 and the third £5. The competition for those prizes was indeed keen, and the display of pro duce grown by the exhibitor's was worth a long journey to see. The competitors were Messrs. C. B. Gaden of Wellington, W. J. Nixon of Therlmere, James McClymont of near Orange, and W. J. ! Baker of the Australian Manure Go. j The vast collection of farm and dairy produce shown by tnese tour exhibitors may be said to bo truly wonderful, and it was really hard to believ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
ONLY A PENNY Pobt Card, nddressc-d to Frank Smith, 254-230 Pairt-malta Road, Leichhardt, :.n.i you will reesivu (Free of all Charm-) A BIO BUDGET OP INTERESTING ITEMS, and a magnificent collection cf Fa6H7-oj: Plates, beautifully illustrated. All priced. StnS tc-dty Toe neve: laid ost t Penny tetter. FlRANK SMITH, The Peom.e-6 Draper, LctCHHAh-T ^ I Atkinson Bros, for Saddlery.
Treatment for Borers. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Treatment for Borers. The following is culled from an American agricultural journal : — An Arsentc ? Injection. — Two years ago we rented our farm for four years. When wo left our apple and peacli orchards were free from the borer and strong thrifty trees. On our return. alac, some were dead, some dving, and all Bick from the borer. A friend told us wo would lose most of the trees, so we went to work with a will, and dug and del red nnd scraned, but we probably did not understand how to do it, as lint a beggar could we get out, 60 we thought of rmnth»r scheme. Wo made a strong solution of Paris-preen, and with a fine sviinge injected the solution in every, hole, and also sprayed all around the trunk with it. I have not lost a single apple tree, and only two peach trees, nor have I any borers in a new peach or chard put out a year ago. Now, while I am constantly spraying our fruit trees, this mav keep the borers away. I am fully satisfied 1 killed all those that had taken hold by inj...
Robberies at Orange. THE DETECTIVE'S LITTLE HAUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Robb3rie3 at Orange. THE DETECTIVE'S LITTLE HAUL. Acting on advices supplied by Inspec tor Saunders, of the Orange Police, Detective Roclio, Brown, and Fullorton visited the Redfern Railway Station on Friday last (says the ' Eveuing News,') and waited about the parcels office for an hour or two. They wanted to meot somebody whom they expected to call for a parcel. The somebody did not turn up, however, and the detectives went home. Next day they went back again, aud this time their patience was rewarded, for two men arrived on the scene, and asked for the parcel mentioned, a harmless looking buudle, sewn up neatly in bag ging. Tho ttvo men and the parcel then accompanied the officers to the Central Police Station, where the men were charged with vagrancy. Tho parcel was found to contain over a dozon skeleton keys, a sharp. pointed knife, and other things, which the police do not consider necessary in tlie pursuit of any genuine calling.- The keys wore rusted, as though they had lain...
MONGREL AND PURFBRED FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
MOXGDET, AM) rrliFBRET) FOWLS. It is onite a coram on belief in the country that mongrel fowls are quite as good as standard bred, except that the latter are more uniform in color and size, and, therefore, present a hotter ap pearance. This mistako arises from the belief that the mongrels are the more hardy of the two, and need less oaie. Tho mongrel that finds her living iu the manure heap aud in the winter sleeps in ail appte tree will live through it aud begin laying next spring, while tho standard bred fowl subjected to such treatment would freeze to death. j If we are going to keep hens without giving liidiii auy kiii a 01 care it aoes noi make a particle of difference what kind ' we keep. The chances are that under such circumstances the mongrel would be the host fowl to choose, for she does not cost much and is not worth much at any time. If we are going to give our hens good care, feed them properly and house them comfortably the standard bred fowl is the. one to choose. ' O...
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
Produce Report. The Sydney Woolbrokers' Association report as follows for week ending 27th April. WOOL. The market continues firm and further clearances at satisfactory prices have been made during tho past week. A very strong demand still exists for merino descriptions from all sections of the trade and values rule steadily in favor of sellers. Much interest is centred in the opening of the London sales next week, the general expectation being that an advance in pricos will tako' place. PRODUCE. Sheepskins. — There was a very strong demand for all grades of merino skins and for specially attractive lines, pre vious prices wore frequently exceeded by 1.1 lu i: ? If f..ii ? i — _ 4^ iu. VJ11U 11UO Ul 111U wools JU'UUl Queensland sold at 6d per lb. Hides. — Supplies were moderate. A firm market ruled, occasional lines iu good condition exhibiting a slight ten dency to harden. Tallow. — Shippers operated sparingly, Consequently the market suffered and prices for all descriptions declin...
The Marketing Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 3 May 1901
The Marketing Problem. [By Herbert J. Rumsey.T Next to securing a good crop of fruit, the most important matter is to dispose of it to advantage, and the methods adopted at present are quite inadequate, and fre quently result in disappointment. We frequently hear it said that ' fruitgrow ing doesn't pay that so and so sent a consignment to a Sydney or Melbourne a^ent. and onlv got a return of 9d to Is per case, or, even worse than that, re ceived a bill for the freight. We com plain that Tasmanian fruit gluts the market, but if such is the case, how is it that the grower there will continue to send his fruit over, if he does not get better prices than those. His expenses in the orchard must be as heavy as ours, and although water freight is very cheap, the growers over there cannot surely all live on deep water frontages, and it is probable that many of the Tasmanian fruitgrowers have as much railway freight to pay at the start of the journey as many New South Wales orchardists, at ...
Tomato Disease. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 May 1901
Tomato Disease. A great many tomato-growers about Sydney have beon puzzled to notice fine healthy plants auddenly dying all at once, and during the the last week this disease has appeared on a large 6cale in the Gosford district. Specimens sent to the department have been examined, and found to be infested with the 'sleeping disease of tomato,' a fungoid disease known as Fusarimnlycopersici. The en tomologist, Mr, Froggatt, states that this is a very common disease in England, where it causes great losses to market gardeners growing tomatoes. It is likely to spread, as if the plants aro attacked when in full fruit, as is often the case, the fruit may ripen and appear, even under the microscope, to be perfectly souud, yet the seeds from such tomatoes if planted will produce diseased plants. As the fungus first attacks the roots and then comes up the stem, where it dis colors the tissue and causes the sudden death of the plant, there is no remedy for plants when once attacked ; but th...
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 May 1901
Official Correspondence. Dr. Ross, M.P., has received the following : — General Post Office. Syduey, 27th April, 1901 — Sir. — Eef erring to the communication, presented by you on the 22nd instant, froni Mr. J. W. Hamilton, Honorary Secretary of the Cargo Pro gress Committee, regarding the Post Office site at that place, I am directed to inform you that the necessary plan and description, which the Lauds Department was asked to furnish some time since, have not yet been supplied, and that the Department has again been reminded of the de-lay. — J. Dalgabko, Deputy Post master General. Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 2Gth April, 1901.— Sir,— With reference to a letter dated 19th inst., presented by you from J. W. Hamilton. Hon. Sec. of the Progress Committee at Cargo, requesting that tho Eov. J. Milne CuiTnn ma3' be authorised to visit Cargo goMfields, I have the honor, by direction of the Minister of Public Instruction, to inform you that the services of Father Curran are n...
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 May 1901
Produce Report. The Sydney Woolbrokers Association a'Cjcrt as fnlJnvs for week ending May, 4th, WOOL. During the past week great interest has been centred in the opening of the London sales, and a general feeling of 'disappointment was felt at the result as it had been confidently anticipated that a rise would-be established. Sales will be resumed in the local market on Tuesday -and Wednesday next when between 10,000 and 11,000 bales will be offered. PRODUCE. Sheepskins. — There was a strong de mand for merino skius of all lengths. Orossbreds if at all coarse, were in very clack -demand. Tallow. — With only a fair demand, prices ruled par to 5s per ton lower. Prime mutton and beef are very scarce. Hides. — Supplies were moderate. A very firm market ruled, good conditioned lots, which were scarce, showing an oc nasioual slight advance. Furshins. — Supplies were moderate. With the exception of bear skins which tended downward an active market ruled throughout at slightly higher prices...
Feeding Bacon Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 May 1901
3%B(Sing Bacon Pics. Tor die last year or two experiments have boon ?carried out at the Guelph and Ottawa -stations at Canada, to ascertain wh.it are the best kinds of food for the jiroduotion. of bacon, One important re sult brought out by the trials so. far as thoj liavG gone is the unsiiitability of -maize when given throughout as the sole -or principal ration to bacon pigs, though ^naize meal has been used for finishing off -vrith success at the Guelpb. station. 3$ut while the Inna 01 1000. iea to uie nog ?duriug the finishing off period is recog aiised as having «. most important in ?fluence on the quality of -he flesh, it has ?fce™ found that the firmness or softness ?of the 'jacon also depends largely upon the character of the rations given pre vious to the fattening period. The grains Tvliich Canadian pig-keepers are reccom ?snended to avoid, or to use sparingly, are (brans, buckwheat and rye, all of which. iai'e said to be prejudical to the produc ??tion of good bacon ; but...