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Mining News. LAUTS' NEW FIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901

fining fierce. LATTTS' NEW FIND. Last week Roid and Party, at present working the above mine on tribute, crushed a parcel of 20 tons of stone takeu from the 100ft level for an average yield of a trifle over 4dwts to the ton. During +l.o a. _ it.-.*, n I t..o u. mr uuu, J-. .f ouumi that gentleman was interviewed by a representative of the party, who was in formed that an inspector would be imme diately instructed to report on the show, and, the report being favorable, aid fro n the Prospecting vote, which the ' party had previously been refused, would be forthcoming. Though the yield is so small, still present appoarances support the confidence expressed by the party that if aid is received, which will enable them to sink the shaft another 100ft, good and payable stone will be struck. Under foot the reef is at present making as it goes down, and is apparently carrying richer stone than that represented at the last crushing. Pond ing the granting of prospecting aid the company are ap...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P., A., and H. Association. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901

P., A.j end S. Association. COMMITTEE MEETING. Tho ordinary monthly committee meeting of the above took place at the School of Arts Hali on Saturday after noon last, when there were present Mr. G. K. Minter (president), Messrs 11. 1 Ayrton, C. Rue, J. H. Marshall, F. Craven, A. Robinson, T. J. Crawford, T, Grant, und J. J. Finn, (hon. sec.) The minutes of previous meeting having been confirmed and the inward and outward correspondence read andj adopted Tho president announced tho next! businass to be the dealing with a protest entered by Mr. J. Sharps, ' of Lockwood, against a horse, competing for Mr. W. Diddle, in the maiden hunt at the recent Agricultural Show held by . the Association, getting second prise, -it being assorted that said horse was not, at the time of competition, a maiden hunter, and that such being the case, a horse named ' Cranbury ' entered by said Sharpe in the. competi tion, being a maidenhunter, was entitled to the prize in its stead. Tlie chairman pointed ou...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. S[?]EEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901

Telegraphic. Iliffiffeush F ai si«ck Salas. Homoi-usl-.. Thursday, 5.35 p.m. -r.2Er. AbbiilT.2rt.o00 sJiaij) and lambs penned, chiefly nn;Yiliu;r and light descriptions. Market lower. Sydney Meat Preserving Co. purchased largely and prevented tho fall from being more marked. iraira a ui wuuiers l'ia iu xos ou, good V2s to 12s 6d. Prime merino wethers 13s to 13s Gd, extra 14s to 15s, good lis to lis Gd. CATTLE. 930 cattle yarded. Not many prime. Market better Best beef worth 26s to 27s per hundred pounds.

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Drainage of Orchards. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901

Drainage of Orchards. . Thero is nothing more important in tho economy of fruit-growing -than the securing of proper drainage in orchards, either natural drainage owing to the nature of tho soil, or some artificial means for relieving the land of surplus water. Mr. J. J. iiiUingsley read a papor last year before tho Indiana State Horticultural Society, which expressea very sensible views upon the under drainage of orchards. He gives good reasons for the adoption of under drainnge, and although much he says is not new to those who understand the theory of the beneficial results upon all land of reloiving the soil of surplus water, his remarks are practical and weQ. worth the attention of fruit-growers, upon clay lands especially. He says : — The water running over the surface of the ground carries the vegetable matter, fine particles of soil, the fertility broughi to the surface by the capillar} action of the soil, the .fertilising elements brought down to 'the soil by the rainfalls,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901

Atkinson Bros, for Saddlery

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901

HAS THE ~LARGEST — AUD — BEST ASSORTED STOCK — op — SADDLES, HARHESS, Etc., IN ^CANOWINDRA. MR, S. A, NASH, #DEfSTIST.# CANOWINDRA. ADDRESS— Kext to Kerr's Bakery. J ? Mr. W.F. OR Ml ST ON, Dentist, COWBA. ~i r Notice. AT person or persons found shooting, fishing , hunting, or otherwise trespassing upon North Bantraroo will be prosecuted ; all stock Impounded, andall dogs destroyed. By Order J. f.SM A LI iACQMBE. '' Turf CUTo Handicap, 28th SSay. (Altered from Birthday Cub owing to Queens death.) 100,000 Subscribers at 5. Elosmere Stakes, 1st June 25,000 Subscribers at. 6. Newcastle Cup, 15th June. 25,000 Subscribers at 5. Silver City Cup, 3(st July. 50,000 Subscribers a5. Grand National Hurdle Race. 100,000 Subscribers at 5s. Address— ' TATTERS ALL,' Care of GEO. ADAMS, Hobart, Tasman in RUMSET'S HONEST SEEDS Spcclsl Inducement. n PACKET of miifcil ilowor seeds containin f* over 100 vari-jtieo, sent post free with cats logo, on receipt of 'Ik in stamps. HERBERT J. EUNSEY, Seed Merc...

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Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901

Railway League. At the ordinary monthly meeting of the Canowindra Railway League, held on Saturday last in the School of Arts Hall, there wero present Messrs. F. C. Crowe, (in the chair), T. J. Crawford, G. K. Minter. F. Craven, J. H. Marshall. T. Grant, and J. J- Finn (hon. Sec.) The eec. having read the minutes of previous meeting and inward and out ward correspondence same wore received and adopted. Tho secretary stated, in connection with a tolfgram received from Hon. T. Waddell, M.P., in reference to tho visit of Surveyor Stewart for the purpose of reporting on the proposed route of rail way, that he, accompanied by Mr. T. J. Crawford, had met that gentleman at Gregra. Mr. Stewart stated that he had been instructed to find' the bost route for a light line to connect with some point on the Oi-ango-Forbes line, to be a con tinuation of tho route recently surveyod to Canowindra. Mr. Stewart had on a prievious occasion been taken over the district, and knew the country thoroughly. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Jephson's Troubles [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 24 May 1901

Mr.Jephsoa's Troubles 'l don't know why it is that you will j porsist in sharpening your razor on the cover of the cyclopaedia,' said Mrs. | .Tephson. ' Half of the volumes are nicked, and I think it's just too awful.' ' I will toll you -why I use the cyclo paedia,' said ifr. JeTihson. ' In the first place, it puts a fine edge on my razor. In the second place, no one ever thinks of reading the cyclopaedia, or even refers to it, and I think it better to use it as a. razor strap than not to use it at all. In the third place you delibe rately took my razor strap to make hing-es for the refrigerator. Tour most sudden but not unusual outburst, my dear is Snly similar to one of three or four weeks ago, when you wound my corkscrew into the keyhole of a bureau drawer that was stuck by humidity, and then attempted to jerk it open. You broke tho corkscrew beyond repair, an 1 made it useless, and yet you flew iuto a wild empurpled passion when you eaw me irj'i ag to pry the cork out of a bottl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lucerne Growing. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

Lucerne Crowing. In Texas growers of lucerne have learned from experience that working i'J— v lucerne lands so as to divide the involved.- 1 cause a fresh growth to spring country utmost importance. A disc the/'j,^. appears to be the* favorite imple ' ment for this purpose. The process is thus described A baTrow vntn enarp 16in discs is used, the discs being sot at a slight angle, just sufficient to turn the soil over, and the harrow should be weighted to make the discs split tho nlfalfa crowns to a depth of two inches. This willf cause them to throw out many new shoots, and the discing, by causing an earth mulch over th field prevents tho rapid evaporation of water, so rapid in a dry time from an alfalfa field just after being cut. The discs set as before men tioned are also calculated to turn tho . roots of till grasses to the sun, and J thoroughly eradicates all weeds.^ The fields treated as above, axe said to be always clean, and grow exceptionally heavy crops.

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Rabbit Destruction. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

'Rabbit Destruction. At a meeting of the Albury Stock TBoard last week Mr. T.J. Plunkett, of Willow Park, Bowna, made a ^ report in connection with the poisoning of rabbits which he regarded as an excep tionallv valuable one. The experience of land owners is that poisoning is a most effective method of keeping down tho pest, but is always attended with a loss of stock. One instance was quoted in which 60 sheep were lost out of a flock of 420, through picking up poisoned baits. Mr. Pluukett reports that during tho month he has got over this difficulty by burying baits in furrows made by a machine. He has attached a piece of iron five feet long at tho rear of tho machine following the share, fwhich turns back the earth lifted from the furrow, thus covering the baits. His experience is that rabbits take bait even more readily when covered than when exposed, and that the covering of phosphorised pollard tends to prevent its exhausting its strength by evaporation, besides keeping the sub...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]pen Column. GREGRA-COWRA RAILWAY. CARGO ROAD-COWRA RAILWAY (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

's-«T! Culumn. \-REGRA-COWRA RAILWAY. | I CIARGO ROAD-CO WRA RAELU A Y 1 i(Tetho Editor.) J 'Sir.-— The ' Orange Leader ' of Satur last pufelishes an account of Mr. ? ^Engineer Stuart's exploration of the ?Cargo-road route by ' Special Reporter, jaml the .gist of such is that the agitators ?rif tliis Oarco-rpad 'route heve snddenly ?discov-ered that -a light line is impracti cable on 'account, to put it lightly, ,of so snany farm houses being in the way, and j «on this account a line would have to go around «mong the hills and gorges that abound in that neighborhood ; but for «11 this ' The Leader' man advocates -6ustaineB agitation on 'these grounds. — 'The present Government may go, ana possibly a great change in portfolios may ?ensue, also ?Orange may be fleclared the federal Capital. ? Very gooS. ! But Orange lias not been declared the Federal Capital,, and its chances may be like the ?Cargo -road rcnite for a light line oi rail nvay ; if so, then the Federal Capital will' ie a ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

RSliHISMifii Elesmere Stakes, 1st June 25,000-Subscribers at 5. Bewcastle Cup, ISth' June. ' 25,000 Subscribers at 5. Silver City Cup, 31st July. 50,000 Subscribers a5. Grand National Hurdle Race. 100,000 Subscribers at 5s. Address — 'TATTERS ALL,' Care of GEO. ADAMS, Hobart, Tasman la RUMSET'B HONEST SEEDS. Special Inducement. A PACKET of mixed flower seeds containing over 100 varieties, sent post free with cata logs! on receipt of la in stamps. HERBERT J. RUNSEY, Seed Merchant, Barber's Creek, N.S.W W. H. ATKINSON, BUILDER & UNDERTAKER, CANOWINDRA. MLL classes of Building material, Gal ** vanised Iron, and Glass on hand at Lowest Prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF WORK. Funerals Conducted to any part of the District YOUTH & OLD AGE Dr.Williams' Pink Pills \ $ G1VEHEALTH&STRENGTH. $ i|if This is because they attack the foundations of disease, not by the weakening' process of purging or moving the W ili bowels (as all so-called blood purifiers do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

? ? . ?? f ? ? Mr. W. F. OR MIST-ON, Dentist, v Cowiu. 600 Magnificent 600 STORE OATTiE 600 Cobporatio^Yaiuds, Obaitge. SSOHDATf 10th*JUHE,l90I. Coulsoif, Harion & Co. Iff ATE received instructions from Messrs Watt and Spears.- Gulgong, to sell by public auction at tho Corporation Yards, Orange, ? On Konday, 10th Juno, 1S01. at 12 o'clock, ? ?250 Bullocks 3 tn 6 years, largo frames, : forward conditiou, nice soft colors. '220 Cows, extra large frames, very forward condition, nearly fat. i 140 Steers and Heifer#, 2 and 3 years, well grown, forward condition. 10 choice Dairy Springers. , In lots to suit purchasers. The Auctioneers call special attention . to this very important sale. There is i Bow no disputing tho seriousness of tlie - great and growing deficiency of Store 1 Cattle all over the State, tand 1901 will i Bee beef a record prico. Graziers with i grass, who miss this chance, are likely to Lave a long wait before they can buy store cattle at all equalling the above...

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PREBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

I PREBITEBIAN CHURCH. Canowindra, — Third Sunday of every month, Rev. E, J. Thornton. 1

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Our Open Column. DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

Our Open Column. DISGEACEFUL CONDUCT. (To the Editor.) Sir, — On Saturday evening last, on the oc casion of the social tendered by tha Canowindro Tennis Club to the visiting Team, a disgraceful state of affairs ruled foT some little time. The function being private, and other than members of the tannin r-lnh hainir not admitted, r num ber of nincompoops, appreciating nothing which has a tinge of privacy — nor respectability, for the matter of that — ? determined to create a disturbance if pos-» sible. To this end stones of no mean weight wore thrown upon the iron roof of the hall, causing considerable din, and doubtless damage to the roof. This was continued for some little time at intervals, and doubtless caused considerable amusement to those beings of small in* telligeneo and less knowledge as to how they should conduct themselves before people with rational minds, who wero guilty of such idiotic and disgraceful behaviour. Did these hoodlums' have the power of thinking connectedl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

Harry D. Buckingham, KSTAL EUCajIK HTQ, I — ? COWRA. I (Opposite^Railway Station.) IPIRST-CLASS Accommodation for Visitors and Excellent Stabling. Attentive Groom on t3io Premises. Horse Boxes. a Very superior second table First-class paddocks, with, an abun dance of Grass and Water. All trains met by tlie hotel porter : Luggage carefully attended to. None but the ? best brands of Wines and Spirits kept in stock. ^ — aOHGTIOH HOTEL 0 AN OWIN D R A, MATT. DWYER, PROPRIETOR, Only Wines The „» Spirits Best 01 And Brands Beers Kept in Stock. ..GQQ-0 VICTORIA HOTEL, CANOWINDRA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. None but the Best Brands --f Wines and Spirits, etc., kept in Stock. Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. the terminus hotel for all COACHES. Passengers booked for Woodstock Walli, Lyndhurst, and Mandurama. J. H. MARSHALL, Pbopeietok. PREMIER BAKERY. S. BATES, Baker, Confectioner, - ? - » ? ? and Pastrycook. CANOWINDRA. BEST quality of bread supplied daily, also MEAL BREAD SMALL GOOD...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Site for the Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

Sits for the Federal Capltel. Mr. Waddellisin communication with the Federal Prime Minister (Mr. Barton) with reference to the selection of tho Carcoar-Garland site for tho Federal Capital. He has submitted to Mr. Barton a documont showing, in the clearest aud most concise manner, overwhelmning evi dence in favor of inspecting end care fully considering the Carcoar-Garland one, whatever .authority is appointed by the Federal Government to decide the matter. He has also sent to Mr. Barton photographic views (which wore repro duced in the ' Sydney Mail ') of all tho most interesting sights in the district, including the Coombing Falls (of over 100 feet), Belubula Falls (100 feet) a ' quarter-of-a-mile bolow Junction Dam, the village and railway station of Lynd hurst, panoramic views of Sunny EidgS and Mandurama, and a number of other interesting sights in connection with the water supply for the City, together with a general view of the whole Federal area and other views which will be...

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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

Household Recipes. Pigs' Feet in Jelly. — Scrape and clean half a dozen pig's feet. Cover with boiling, slightly salt water, aud simmer for half an hour, then drain and rinse them. Put on in a clean kettle and cover with vinegar and water in equal nartB. To two quarts of the liquid allow » , ? jL.i ? J « l^olf nt unit, nnn one leaspoouiiu mu u, ? ? --- tablespoonful of salt, and one bay leaf, half a dozen cloves, half a dozen tiny red peppers, one sprig of thyme, and two sliced onions. Simmer steadily until ten der, plaoe the feet in a jar, and boil the liguid until it is reduced one half, btruiu it through double cheese cloth over the feet, and keep in a cool place. Date Pufis.— Two eggs, one cupful of sugar, one quarter of a cupful of butter, the same of milk, one teaspoonful of baking powder and flour enough to make a thin batter. Stir in one cupful of stoned dates; fill muffin -^P8 half fuU and steam 30 minutes. Serve with a liquid sauce or with sweatened cream.^ Wade's Worm Fig...

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Tennis. GOOLAGONG v. CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

Tennis. GOOLAGONG v. CANOWTNDEA. On Saturday last a team of five couples, representing Goolagong Tennis Club paid Canowindra a visit to try con clusions with a like number of the local players, and after a very even ? match proved tho victors with . a majority of 8 games ; me state oi me game Demg — Goolagong 67 games, Canowindra 59. The visitors arrived at Canowindra about 10.30, and after some little delay play was commenced and continued until 1.30, when lunch, provided by the ladies of the local club was spread on the grass, and partaken of with groat relish. At 2.30 play was resumed, and continued until 4.30, when afternoon tea was par taken of. The day's play was most en joyable, the closc finish proving very in teresting. In the evening a social was tendered the visitors, in the School of Arts hall, when dancing was indulged in until 12 p.m. Tlie Misses Clyburn aud Grant kindly officiated at the pi.i»o. Allen joyed chemselves thoroughly, and the members of tho Goolagong team ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901

THE | Commercial Banking €s. of Sydney, ] XIM2TED. ? t Latitat, Paid Ua? ,, £1,000,000 0 o! StESEavn Ftrsro ,, 1,010,000 0 JIeserve Liability . . 1,000,000 0 0 £3,010,000 0 0 HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. Drafts granted on the Bank's London branch, nnd oh its Agents in tlie Colo nies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and ?elsewhere. Bills Discounted. Advances made On .Liens on Wool and other approved securi ties, and all usual Banking business transacted, V. BLATCHFOED. Manager, Canowindra Branch. DR. GEOFFREY LEES, M.B. SYDNEY, Jiff AT be consulted at Canowindra from this date. He intends making arrangements to visit Cargo, Eugowra, and Goolagong regularly, at an early date. DISPENSARY AT CANOWINDRA. MR, s. A, NASH, # D E N T I S T, # CANOWINDEA. Dr. G. Lees in company with Mr, S. A. 'Nash, Dentist, may be consulted at - ^Goolagong, (Murray's Hotel), Sunday Juno, 2nd, between 10.30 a.m. and 1 p.m. THE CANOWINDRA STAR. FEIDAY MAY 31.

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