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Eugowra Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Eugowra Items. (From our Correspondent.*) On last Thursday we had Dr. Hobs in our township, who is the first candi date for the Molong electorate in the State Parliament who has, as yet, paid us a visit. He, as he said, opened his campaign here, and was well received. ne epoKe ior over iwo nours, ana was listened to with rapt attention. He ex plained at length the different duties of of the Federal and the S;ate Parlia ments, showiug the departments that each had to deal with. In regard to tho fiscal quostion, the candidates for this election had nothing whatever to do with it. He spoke in favor of local Govern ment, and strongly against the Minister for Works sending Sydney paupers up country te compete with local men and giving them 7s per day for the ' govern ment stroke,' whilst the same Govern ment disputed with the soldiers who went to the Transvaal, begrudging to give them the 4s 6d per day as promised. At the conclusion of a very able address a vote of confidence was carried...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES MEMORIAL TABLETS, ETC., M OBAHITE, JtABBLE & IBEEBTOKE. HIGHEST ABT & BEST -WOBKUAXEHIP. J. S. WITHIHCTOH, Works mid Residence, Kite-street, near Railway Station, Orange. Estimates and Designs frco by Post or on Application. } ? ». COOK. LOCAL AttENT. j Atkinson Bros, for Saddlery
MR. RICHARD AYRTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Mr. Bichakd Ayrton. It is gratifying to note that our genial townsman, Mr. E. Ayrton, who has, during the week, been under the care of Dr. Geoffrey Lees, suffering from colic and gastritis, is now convalescent. Mr. ajaksu, buuugu ui xur uub a ouuib Muicy has Buffered considerable pain, and a great deal of credit is due to the skilful treatment of the local medico for his rapid recovery. A child named George Seymour, 6 years of age, suffering from typhoid fever was during last week placed under the care of Dr. Lees, but owing to' the want of proper nursing, the doctor found it necessary to order the patient to be taken to the Cowra Hospital, where the little fellow it. stated to be doing as well as can be expected.
Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Local Directory NEWRP.WFK. The ' Canowindra Star,' — a fair and impartial orgui), which takes no party side, hut strives to give accurate informa tion on all subjects ; a local papei which ?s entitled to the support of all well U'ltiliers of the district. - WIONEEns. John Pi»n. V-* Thrill ©laXchford. BLACKSMITHS AND WHEEL WRIGHTS ?RAyrton. J C Marka X)& McDonald BOOTMAKER 3' Carter BUILDERS TV H Atkinson . BAKEES J Forrester - I 6 Bates . | 33 Kerr j UOTEIi KFEPEHB M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel ? SADDI.EBS JBNewlaiid Ajfldnson Bros nrSURAKCB AT5ENCIES Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and Life. — J J Pinn. STOEEKBBPEES J Boyd T Pinn W Pendall . uwbebtakbes J C Marka W Atkinson ? WOOL AND PBODITCE BUYERS T Breen
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Postal end Telegraphic Information. Office Hours. Post Office open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph Office open 9 a.m. to 8p.m. Monoy Orders, daily; from 9 a.m. to ?5 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m.'to 1 p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 9 a.in 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 6 to8 p.m, deposits only. Postal Notes (Bale of) during post ^office hours ; cashing, during money order hours. Note.— All offices are closed during ?sorting of mailsjCrom Sydney 11.15 ?a.m. daily. Arrival of Mails. 'prom Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, daily at 1 1 *1 5 a.m. 'Cowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 11. SO a'.m. Eugowra, Tuesday and Saturday at J. 30. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- ? day at '5 'p.tn. . ~ , Walli and LyndhuTst, Wednesday and Saturday at 1 ,30 p.m. Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. Lockwood' and. Burdett, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at C p.m. DEPAiiTtiOE of Mails. Por Sydney and Woodstock, daily at 2.30 p.m Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri ?dav ttft 11.15 a.m. Eugowra, Monday and F...
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cowra. — Mass every Sunday at 9 and 1 1 a.m., devotions and uencdictions at 7.30 n .m : Muss on ?week davH at 7.30 a.m.. Mass on Holv Days at 9 a.m., Stations of the Cross and Benediction on : Friday cvraings at 7.30. Mt. McDonald. — First Sunday of the month Mara at 11 a.m.. Devotions at 7.30 p.m. Mass on the following morning at 7.30. Canowindra. — Scoondand fourth Sundays of th'6 month Masaatll a.m., devotions and hone-, dictions 7.30 p.m., Mass on the following mornings at 7.30 a.m. Woodstock. — Third Sunday of the month, III iu-:s :it. 11 a .in. ; devotion* at 7.30 p.m; Mass on thofollowing morning at 7.30 a.m. Eug owTa. — Fifth Sunday of the month (when ocourringVHowi at 11 o'clock -a.m. ; devotions andjbcnediutiou at 7.30 jp.in., Mass ou thefd loiring morning at 7.30 a.m. Mass on the Tuesday after the second Sunday at. 10 o'clock. Itovs.yX^O'Kenncdy and P. J. Doran,
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Church Noticed. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services are held in different churchos in the CanOTvindni Circuit aa followfl. — Canowindra. 1st. 2nd. and 4th, Sunday/! at 11 n.m., 3rd Sunday at 7-30 pjn, 5th Sunday 11 sum. Mt McDonald— 1st Sunday at 7.30 p.m., onlv. Woodstock — 2nd Su nday at 7 p.m., ; 4 Bundav at 4 p.m. Walli— 2nd Sunday at .3.30 p.m. Goolagong — 3rd Sunday at 1 1 a.m. Ijor'.lovocd — 5th Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy Communion — Canowindra — Every 4th Sunday at 12.15 p.m., and on Saints' Days and Festivals as circumstances permit, and by special notice. Other places ljy special notice. Baptisms and Weddinprs. — Notice should bo given at least one week before date wherever poKsihle. Kov. Ernest Lethbridge.
MR. P. KENNEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Mr. P. Kennedy. A short time ago Mr. P. Kennedy, ,of Canowindra, feeling unwell, decided that he required medical advice, and seeking same he visited Dr. Foley, of Cowaa. His temperature having been taken it proved to be 104 degrees, a most extra ordinary temperature for a man who appeared in excellent health. Dr. Foley then gave tho patient an order for ad mittance to the Hospital. This Mr. Kennedy delivered in porson, and after convincing the matron that he was the patient (which, by the way, was after she herself had tested his temperature, which then proved to be 105 degrees) he was admitted to the fever ward, de clared to be suffering from a severe attack of typhoid. Mr. Kennedy is now, we are pleased to say, progressing favorably.
Sale of Annual Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Sale of Annual Leases. At tho Molong Lands Office on 21st May, Mr. F, S. Murray, Land Agent, offered at auction the annual leases of blocks 1 to 14, in the County of Ash burnham, on Nanima, Goimbla, and Bangaroo Holdings. With the exception of lot 11, no active interest was taken in the sale, 6ix lots being passed, and the remainder going off at the upset figure. Block 11 contained an approximate area of 270 acres, and the upset annual rent was £7 ; but competition made it run up to £36. The sale resulted as follows : — Block No. 1, 1210 acres, annual rent, £5 Ob lOd ; passed. No 2, 1200 acres, £5, passed. No 3, 1350 acres, £7 0s 7d, Henry Morton purchaser. No 4, 1650 acres, £8 lis lOd, passed. No 5, 830 acres, £6 10s, M J Divine, purchaser. No 6, 1900 acres, £7 18s 4d, passed. No 7, 1540 acres, £9 12s 6d, passed. No 8, 1540 acres, £9 12s 6d, passed. Mo 9, 100 acres, £3, Union Bank, purchaser. No' 10, 360 acres, £3, J F Smallicbmbe, purchaser. No 11, 270 acres, £36, Union Bank, purc...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Losai and General News. Several casos of typhoid in the dis trict during the last few weeks. Mectiugs of the committees of the School of Arts and Progress Association on Tuesday evening. Stonethrowing on the, roof of the School of Arts ~Hall indulged in on Saturday evening last. Mr. Jnor~Grant, of Belabula, is stated to be recovering rapidly from his recent sngnt atcacK oi paralysis. Mrs. D. E. McDonald, who was re cently ill. we are pleased to say has now quite recovered. Mr. T. M. Sloman, of Bathurst, at tained Ins 90th birthday on Wednesday last. He was presented with an ad dress by the citizens. For Children's Hacking Cough at night Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Price 1 s 6d. There have been 292 fatal cases of bubonic plague at the Cape. Seventeen deaths occurred during the week ending May 17. The members of the band express themselves as grateful for the amounts recently handed to them. Mr. F. Eichardson, late station master at Orange, was, on Wednesday last, pre sented with a ...
Sickness. MR. JNO. GRANT. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Sickness. Me. Jno. Grant. J.P.. Much concern was felt on Friday last when it became known that Mr. Jno. Grant, J.P.. of Belubula, was seriously ill suffering from an attack of paralysis. Dr. Geoffrey Loos was immediately sent for, and found that though Mr. Grant was seriously ill -he was not confined to his room. He immediately ordered the patient to bed, and; upon examination found that a email bloodvessel had burst in the brain, causing slight paralysis of the left side oi the body and facc. Dr. Foley, of Cowra, having also been sum moned, arrived shortly after, and pro nounced that the previous diagnosis of the ease had been quite correct and that he could do nothing further than had been already done. Numerous friends visited Belubula during Saturday and Sunday to express their sympathy, though it having been ordered that quiot should be observed, few were admitted to the eick room. It is pleasiug to state that Mr. Grant is now doing far better than was at first anticipated, and...
Royalty In Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Royalty In Sydney. Sydney was en fete on Monday last on the occasion of the arrival of tlie Duke and Duchess of Cornwall aud York. Though this is the third welcome tho Eoyal party have received since their arrival in the antipodes, the reception tendered by Sydney lost nothing of its splendor nor heartiness. The Eoyal yiw:ht Ophir arrived in Sydney harbor about 11, on Monday last, and an official welcome was tendered by the Governor General, tho Lieutenant Governor, and State Premier on board. The party landed at about 2 p.m. at Farm Cove. The Eoyal barge conveying the Duke and Duchess of York passod between two lines of blue jackets in boats to the landing. -Ay The streets of the city, the Domain, and the vicinity of the pavilion at which the Duke and Duchess landed were crowded with sightseers, Martin Place, Macquarie-stroet, Bridge-9treet, and tho vicinity of the Queen's Statuo wore thronged all the afternoon aud evening. From a spectacular point of new the procession was an unqu...
COULSON, HARTON, & CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
COULSON, HAETON, & CO'S EE- ! POET. I Property. — A strong demand exists for all descriptions of property, particularly in this locality aud adjoining favored districts. During the week we sold for Messrs Kirklaud Bros, their well-known ' Edgecombe ' estate, situated at Cano windra, fronting tho Belubula Eiver, to gether with 3000 sheep and station plant, at a highly satisfactory figure, Mr. W. Cobley, Shepardon, Victoria, purchaser. Fat Cattle. — Fifty yarded, the bulk of the quality representing medium to in ferior, with a few yards of good. No prime heavy cattle forward. Market was again very firm, although not quite so good aa last weeks' extreme prices ; best beef made 23s per lOOlbs. ... We sold — 12 bullocks for Mr. James Dalton, Kangaroobie, to £7 16s, averag ing £7 7s. 4 steers for Mr. M. Angus, Spring field, to £5 5s, averaging £5 Is. 4 cows, same owner, to £5 10s, averaging £5 2s 3d. Fat Sheep. — 103 yarded by us. Mar ket very firm, and well in advance of last sal...
Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. To-day about 34,000 sheep and lambs were penned to a good attendance at the yards. The bulk of those forward were only middling quality. Prime wethers proved very scarce. Sales opened dull, but the market improved later on, more especially for prime wethers. Quota tions.— Prime xbred wethers 14s to 14s 6d, good 1 Is to 13s, Prime merino wethers 13s to 14s, good lis to 12s, Prime lambs 10s to-1 Is. Cattle. 950 cattle wore yarded. The market opened about 10s lower. Best beef may be quoted at 23s to 24s per lOOlbs.
Rabbits Versus Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Rabbits Versus Sheep. A question which is being discussed with more than usual interest at present in the southern portion of this State, says a contemporary, is whether it pays to keep rabbits instead of sheep. Now to the uninitiated, this may seem absurd, but the splendid returns obtained in Vic TOriii uy wuu iiixvts v.&.jjui i-eu itiuuita to London, has caused many of our graz iers to study the question, and a recent writer in an exchange says : — 'Facts and figures go to show that the rabbits pay better than tho sheep in a dry season. The argument in favour of the rabbits is based on the truth that -it can pick up its living more easily than the sheep, but besides that facuHy the rf bbit brings a considerable higher price in the Londnn market. There can be no doubt about that at all, for all the London reports show that rabbit is twice the price of lamb. It then follows thn graziers, or those possessing grass lands, are on the look-out for the animal that will consume th...
Departmental Delays. THE COLONIAL TRFASURER AND HIS COLLEAGUES TAKING ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Departmental Delays. THE COLONIAL TRFASUEER AND -HIS COLLEAGUES TAKING ACTION, 'For.yoars past delays have occurred; 'in dealing- with matters under the con trol of the various Departments, which (have caused ruinous losses in many cases ^affecting private individuals, and vexa Jtious delay in granting public wants. The Colonial Treasurer lias had a long Sniortriotc xn+Tl J-lin rHioiTTiiflTi nf tl-o I Public Service Board io connection with this matter, with a view to putting an ?end in future to such a state of things. He has also communicated with his colleagues with the object of having a ^complete change effected. It has been a common thing in the Lands Department for applications for Special Leases and other forms of fold ing, and for new roads of access to men's farms, to take from six months toj,'? two years to deal with, and that notwith standing continual protests by the Mem bers for the respective districts against tthe -shameful delays. In the meantime those affected have...
Fight With A Devil-Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Fight With A Devil-Fish, Captain Conrad, a Canadian diver, was at work on the wreck of the fruit ship Gteri, which had gene ashore on a :joral reef near Ruatan, Honduras. A new leak had developed, and it was necessary to stop it at once, although the hour wasfouvin the afternoon. The captain -rvillor? n 1 fs; arid t.liflvnnnlinrfl*? the divers boat with apparatus, On his way down, Conrad noticed the rare beauty of the translucent tropical waters, and the lovely colours of the coral and the thou ands oi fish swimming about. As he was getting near the point where the work was to be done, a long, dark ana shot across the face glass of his hel met. He had been in tropical waters before, and knew the sign. It was the octopus — the real devil-fish, feared by all divers. He gave the danger signal and was pulled up. At the snrface he considered the situa tion. The ship was leaking badly, and could not be left safely thus all night. He called for a heavy harpoon, and cut tho handle, making a...
Forbes Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Forbes Races. Following are the weights for the principal events to be run on Monday at Forbes.— Bracelet. st. lb. Winoline . . . . . . 1111 Caroline . . . . . . 119 Lady Maude . . . . 118 Linden . . . . . . 10 10 Ben ? 10 8 Crick .. ., .. 10 6 Bose Bay . . . . . . 10 4 Engineer . . . . . . 10 1 Bareena .. .. .. 9 13 Albania . . , , . . 9 7 Jacko . . . . . . 9 7 F.A.R.O. Handicap, st. lb. Winoline . . . , . . 11 10 Lady Maude . . . . 115 Linden . . . . . . 10 9 Ben .. .. .. 10 7 Crick . . .. . . 10 5 Eose Bay . . . . . . 10 3 Engineer . . . . . . 10 0 Bareena .. .. .. 9 12 Albania . . . . . . 9 7 Jacko ? 9 7
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 31 May 1901
Produce Report. The Sydney Woolbrokers Association report as follows for -week ending May, 2oth. WOOL. A moderate amount of business has in the locarmarket during the past week, but a number of lines passod in at £t-he recent auctions have been disposed of at _ ,? t i ? _ ? ? rn. „ T — J — „„1„„ sausuuswiry juiu«s. j-xxo jjuuu'ju bclloo closed firmly on the 20th inst, 'fine mer- inos showing ari^advance of from 5 to per cent, in comparison with the closing rates of the March series. The next local auctions will beheld on June 4th and 5 th, 1