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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Local Directory i KEWSrAPFK. The ' Canowindra Star,'— a fair ftudi impartial organ, which takes 110 party side but strives to give accurate informa tion' oil all subjects ; a local papei which ie': entitled to the -support of all well- j wishers' of the district. jLUCTIONEEHS. , John Finn. BA.-*KS. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — V. Blatchford. blacksmiths wheelwhights UAyrton ' ' J C Marka D R McDonald BOOTMAKER J Carter UUILDEES W H Atkinson ? BAITERS J Forrester S Bates . B Kerr HOTEL KFEI'EUS M Dwver, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel SADDLERS J B Newland Atkinson Bros INSURANCE AGEKCIES Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and life. — J J Finn. STOKEKEEPEItS J Boyd TFinu W Pencil UNDERTAKEHS J C Marka W Atkinson ?WOOL AND PEODUCE BUYERS T Breen
Postal anA Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Postal and Telegraphic Information. s Office Hotms. - Post Office open 9 a.m. £o 6 p.m. Telegraph. Office open 9 a.m. to 8p.m. ' Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Savings Bank open daily irom 9 a.m 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and -6 to8 p.m, deposits only. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post office liours ; cashing, during money order hours. Note.— All offices are closed during of mails irom Sydney at 11.15 &.m. daily. AaaivAt of Mails. From Sydney ©.P.O. and Woodstock, daily at 11*15 a. hi. ' Cowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 1 1 .30 aim. ! Engowro, Tuesday and Saturday at 1.30. p.m. i Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- : tlayat 3 p.m. ' ! XValli and Lyndhurst, Wednesday andj Saturday at 1,30 p.m. Goelagong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwood and Burdett, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 p.m. DeFABTUBE OF MA.IM. Tor Sydney and Woodstock, 'daily at 2.30 p.m Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 1 1.15 a.m. Eugowra, Monday and Fr...
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH CJowra.— Mors every Sunday at 9 and 11 a.m., devotions and uenodlcl ions at 7.30 a.m ; Mass on ?week days at 7. SO a.m., Mass on Holy Days at 9 a.m., Stations pf the Cross and Benediction on Friday eyeninpfi at 7.30. MtrMcDonald. — First Suuday of the month Masa at II a.m., Devotions at 7.30 pan. Mass on the following morning at 7.30. -Canowindra. — Second and fourth ?Sundays of the month Maws at 11 a.m., devotions and bene dictions 7-30 pan., JIdfs on tie following j morning at 7.30 a.m.' Woodstock;' — Third Sunday of the month, Mass'at 11 a.m. ; devotions* at 7^30 pan; Mass on thefoUowiax moraing1 at 7.30 a.m. Eugowra. — Fiftli Sunday of the month (when occurring) , Ma.'w at 11 o'clock a.m. ; devotions and benediction at 7.30 p.m., Mass on the fal lowing morning at 7*30 iutd. Mass on the) Tuesday after the second Sunday at 10 o' clock. Revs. D.^CKeunedy and P.J. Doran, , 1
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Church Notices. OHOTCH OF ENGLAND. Services arc hold in different churches in the Ciinowmdra Circuit as follows.— Canowindra, let, 2nd, and 4th, Sundays at 11 &,m.t 3rd Sunday at 7.30 pjn, 6th Sauflay 11 a.m. JXfc McDonald— 1st Sunday at 7.30 p.m., only. Woodstock — 2nd Sunday at 7 p.m.,* 4 Sunday at 4 p.Tn. Walli — 2nd Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Goolngong' — 3rd Sunday, at 11 a.m, Ijoclnrood — 5th' Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy Communion — Canoirindra — Every 4th Sunday at 1*2.15 p.m., and on Saints* Days and Festivals as circumstances permit, and by special notice. Other places by special notice. ?Baptisms and Weddings. — Notice should be given at least one 'week ocf ore date wherever possible. Revb Ernest I-otlibridge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
A GRAND BALL and SUPPER, (Proceeds in aid of the Roman Catholic Church Canowindra.) WILL BE HELD IN THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, CANOWINDRA, ? OX — Wednesday, June 5, TICKETS : Gents 5/-; Double Ticket 7/6, JUVENILE BALL on JURE 6th. D. O'KENNEDY, P.P. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. VISIT TO SYDNEY OF H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CORNWALL AND YORK. 8PECIAL CHEAP EXCURSION TO SYDNEY. CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS at l£d per mile, First Class Return, and Id per mile Second Class return will be issued to Sydney (only) by train leaving Woodstock at 7.21 p.m., on SATURDAY, 25th MAY, available for return by train leaving Sydney at 8 p.m. daily (Saturdays excepted) up to and in cluding TUESDAY, 18th JUNE. Return fares, Woodstock to Sydney, 25s lid, first class, 17s 3d second class. For handbills and further particulars apply to Station Masters. By Order of the Commissioners, H. McLACHL A N, Secretary: If you wairt^. Begisteiwi. Good Steel cutlery Send Post Card with your address to W. Jno. Baker, Cutl8t- 3 Hunter-street, Sy...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
At Glen Innes courthouse last, week a conference was held between delegate from the Tenterfield, Glen Innes, and Armidale stock boards. The important features of the conference was tho strik ing of a uniform rate of bonus for scalps. It was decided to recommend at the next conference, to be held in Sydney in July, [tuat a tax of £10 be placed upon stal lions advertised to stand the season, it being contended until some tax was im posed the breed of horses n ould continue to deteriorate. It was affirmed that the Gove -nment should more liberally sub sidise the various boards in the state, as vacant Crown Lands form a breeding ground for noxious animals. Reference was made to the charges for the convey of live stock from the table-land to Syd ney, and it was decided to support the Fanners and Settlers' Association in an endeavour to have the rate reduced. Owing to the destruction of sheep by dogs, it w is agreed to get members of Parliament to support the passing of a more stringent l...
That Railway Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
That Railway Proposal. In regard to this imminent depart- j mental error, viz., the junction of the proposed Cowra-Canowindxa railway with the Orange-Forbes lino at Gregra, we add to our protect in our last issue, as an argument against, this fact, it will pay Cargo storekeepers and other big buyers better to haul their stuff by team from Orange rather than have it carried round via Molong, Gregra, and Cudal. In the face of this fact we ask : is the Government justified in constructing a line which, while depriving numbers of settlers of thsir rights, alfo deprives the people they represent of a certain income from the locality it is proposed to pass by ? Oronge men to your guns ! — 'Orange Leader.' [^Another ' ? '—If it will pay the im mense warehousemen and merchants of | Cargo better to haul their -merchandise per team_ from Orange Tathor than by rail to within a few miles of their city, why are fhey agitating for a railway P We have seen this system of obst.uation carried out be...
Tennis Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Tennis Hatch. A very enjoyable tennis match took Elace on the local court on Saturday last etween the Canowindra Club and tha of Lockwood. Play was commenced at about 1 1 a.m. and continued till about 1.30 p.m., when an adjournment was made for lunch which was provided on ihe ground, very generously, by the local ladies, to whom the thanks of the gentlemen is due. The play was very good all round, though tho court being new, and therefore a trifle ' bumpy ' proved somewhat of a handicap 1o the visitors. At four o'clock, on the con clusion of play, rgfreshments were again partaken of. Mr. F. Craven, captain of the visitors, before taking his departure, thauked the home team for the very pleasant day spent, and expressed a hope that many such would be enjoyed 'in the future. Mr. Kirkland, captain of tho Canowindra club, responded in like strain. Mr. P. Kenny officiated as umpire and deserves groat praise for the manner in which he carried out his duties. The scores -were as follows : ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
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Cowra-Gregra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Cowra -Gregra Railway, During the week the secretary of the Canowindra Railway Loague, Mr. J. J. Finn, recoivod a telegram from Hon. T. Waddell. M.P., to the effect that an * official had boon instructed to proceed to Wregra to inspect and report ou the proposed line of railway to start from that point on the Orange-Forbes line and connect with the Blayney Harden line at Cowra. It was also, stated that the officer would arrive at Gregra on Friday (to-day) morning.at8 a.m., and requested that any gentlemen interested meet him on his arrival. Upon receipt of wire Mr Finn immediately wired to the secretaries of the various leagues interested, and on yestorday afternoon, in company with Mr. T. J. Crawford, J.P., proceeded to Gregra.
COULSON, HARTON, & CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
CO OLSON, HARTON, & CO'S RE PORT. .Fat Cattle. — About 70 yarded, the quality comprising medium to good, with a few yards of prime. Market was a ;uin good, especially f0r prime. Bu1 locks made to £8, cows to £8 5s Best beef made fully 24s per lOOlbs. We sold 10 bullocks and cows for Mr.O'Brien, EiaLwiey, to £6 10s i 4 cows, for owners, to £5 Fat Sheep. — About 7000 yarded. Market lower for all qualities. The bulk yarded were withdrawn. We sold 20 fat ewes for Mr. Jos. Hicks, C.-moblas, at 5s lOd ; 20 wethers for Mr. George Plowman at 9s 6d. Store Cattle. — 1500 yarded, 1404 of whioh were penned by us to the largest attendance of buyers seen at Orange yards years, all principal districts of the State being represented. Market opened very firm and hardened considerably ss sales progressed. All y aided were dis posed of 8t»reco:d prices. We 6old 1404 head as follows : For Messrs J. and W. Parkinson. Ben Eu ckley and Umagarlie : 51 bullocks at £7 5s 103 bullocks ot £7 Is 202 hii...
Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. About 34,000 sheep were yarded here to-day to a fair attendance of buyers. Tli ere was a lair sprinkling of prime sorts, both merino and xbreds being well represented. Tlie market throughout proved firm, with an upward tendency for prime wethers. Prime xbred wethers 14s 6d to. 15s 6d Prime merino wethers 13s to 14s Good lis to 12s Prime lambs 10s 6d to lis 6d, Gaud 8s 6d to 9s 6d CATTLE. 1,100 cattle yarded, including about -TiO cows. The market about ten to fif teen shillings lower than at last sales. Best beef may be iecioned at 24s per lOOlbs.
Benefit Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Benefit Social. A social, the object of which was to assist in a monetary sense the wife and family of tho late Mr. John Green, of Soldier's Flat, who recently met with a fatal accident whilst returning home frooi Canowindra, was given in the School of Arts on Saturday evening last, and proved very successful. ^The success of the effort may be placed to tho credit of Mrs. J- H. Marshall principally who was indefatiguable in her efforts to - ren der the afflicted family all the assistauce in her power. Credit is also due to others, notably Mr T. Finn, J.P., who worked well iu connection with the enter tainment. Doors were open at 8 p.m.,' and with Mrs. Marsha'l presiding at the piano and Mr. C. F. Atkinson as M.C., aancing was commenced. There were about 45 co aples present, who thoroughly enjoyed themselves until 12 p.m. when proceedings terminated. During the evening Miss Clyburn rendered assis tance at the piano, whiUt Miss Hall danced a hornpipe very nicely, much to the gratifica...
Something Worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Something Worth Knowing. To transfer nowspaper engravings to wood : Take a piece of wood such as pine, and get a good smooth surface on it by planing, glass-papering, etc., being very careful not to leave any wooliness or scratches on its surface after sand papering. Next polish the surface well with ordinary white French polish, but do not finish off with spirits as in the ordinary course of polishing. The next stop is to lay the picture on the wood, print side to the polish. With a piece of sponge dipped into methylated spirits brush over the back of the paper, being sure it is well saturated, see that there are no air bubbles left under it. Put aside for a time till all the spirit has evaporated, and the paper is quite dry, when it will be found securely fastened to the wood. To get rid of the paper it must be gradually rubbed away with wacer, using the tips of the fingers or a piece of soft indiarubber, until the picture appears equally distinct over the whole surface, at which ...
Gala Day at Canowindra. OPENING OF THE NEW BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 17 May 1901
Gala Day at Canowindra. OPENING OF THE NEW BRIDGE. The opening of the new Composite Ttuss Bridge over the Belu'oula, by the Hon. T. Waddell, Colonial Treasurer, on Wednesday last, was the occasion of one of the most enjoyable days ever spent in Canowindra. The weather being bright and nne, l-.om early morning the people of the suriounding districts were assem bling in the township, the shops of which, for a great part, were decorated with flags of all descriptions, amongst which we noticed almost every nation represented. It had been expected that the hon. gentleman would arrive per coach via Woodstock, but the secretary of the Progress Committee, Mr. M. J. Finn, was advised per wire, that a change had been made in the programme and that Mr. Waddell had gone on io Cowra, from whence he would arrive at Cano windra about 12 o'clock. Conveyed from Cowra by Mr. W. Phillip**, the Minister arrived- at about the appointed time, and after meeting the leading members of Progress Committee, p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901
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Holding Back the Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901
Holding Back the BSilk. According to Professor Stewart, the following is the explanation why cows ^sometimes hold back their milk. The ?production of milk is due to a nervous action of which the glandular substance ?of tlie udder is broken down into milk 'whenever the -sow is influenced by suffi ?cient excitement of the right kind. It depends upon tne construction and lunc 'tion of the udder just as much as- the sections of other glands do, which we know are wholly subject to a set o£ 'nerves controlling this distinct function. 'The udder is not a mere vessel for hold ing milk that is supposed to be secreted ?continually and gathers in tho udder, as one may suppose a constant dripping of any fluid would fill any other receptacle. 'On the contrary, it is a gland, made up -ofeuluLii- substance, which grows by the ?separation from the blood of the sub stance required; when it has attained Snaturitv, or when the necessary nervous action occurs, it breaks down into a ?special product — n...
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901
^reduce Report. y Sydney Woolbrokers Association: ?*«..no!t o.- follows for week ending May, ; \j WOOL. ! '??.'?i u ess has been faMy quiet in tlie lovsl market during the past week, al .)u:jh there have been satisfactory j -cle:;.;vmces of lots passed in at the last an . l ion?. A fair demand lias existed ifo) .tupping lines of merino both , greasy and sconred but buyers have shown a 'disposition to lean to the side of 'caution. Tin.' next local auotions mil be held on ?June 3th and 5th. rnoDtrcE. Sheepskins. — A very firin market ''ruled, aud last week's prices were Teadily 'forthcoming for merino sorts, but xbreds were weaker. Tallow. — Medium sized catalogues ?were submitted at this week's auctions. ?Competition was dull, aud values de-( -cHned 5s per ton. Hides.1 — Supplies were moderate. Values were irregular, with an occasional 'weakness for light weight shipping lines, ?otherwise the market was practically un altered. Furskins. — A moderate . supply was submitted. Competitio...
Opining the New Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901
Opening the Sew Bridge On Friday evening last a meeting of 'the committee for the opening of tho new bridge was held, there being present, ? ^Jessre T. Finn ( treasurer), M. J. Finn (secretary), J. A. Jackson, J. Doyd, A, Robinson, . and. D..R. McDonald, ' Tho treasurer announced that he hae received the tium of £14 Or 6d and tbe secretary -read a list of expenditure amounting to £11 Si 4.1. Tfie aeeoiiuts were passed for payment on the motion of Mr. Hobiuson seconded by Mr. Jackson. The treasurer then asked what was to bo ?done with the balance in hand, £2 14s 2(1. On the motion of Messrs Jackson and Robinson it was resolved to dis tribute it equally between three local in stitutions ; the Town Band, tbe School -Arts, and tho Progress Committee. Mr. ^McDonald supported the motion. This ?concluded the business of tho evening, and the meeting adjourned.