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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
EOMAU CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cowra. — Mass every Sunday at9and 11 a.m., devotions and uenndintions at 7.30 a.m : Mass on ?week days at. 7.30 a.m., Mass on Holy Days at 9 a.m., Stations of Hie Cross aud Benediction on IViday cvpninjrR at 7. SO. Mt. McDonald. — First Sunday of the month Mnsa at 11 a.m., Devotions at 7.30*p.m. Mass on the following morning at 7.30. Cauowinrirn, — Second and fourth Sundays of the month Mass at 11 a.m., devotions and bene dictions 7.30 p.m., Mass on the following lnornlnps at 7.30 a.m. Woodstock. — Third Sunday of the month, Maws'at 11 a.m. ; devotions at 7.30 p.m; Mas:! on tlicfo'Iomag: inoriiiay at 7.30 a.m. Eugoviru. — Fifth SunS;1/ of tlie month (w)ien oo-mvrin-j),.;Ma':s at 11 o'clock a.m.; devotion* and-oenedictiou at 7-00 p.m., Maea on f, be Al lowing morning at 7.30 a.m. Mass on the Tuesday aftsr the second Sunday at 10 o'clock. Revs 'J.^O'Keiuiecl.y end P. J. Doran,
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
Church lotlces. CHXXRCH OF ENGLAND. Services aro helfl in different churches in the Canoirinitra Circi)it asfollowR. — Caiiowindra. 1st, 2nd, and 4th, Sundays at 11 a, m., 3rd Sunday at 7.30 p.m, 5th Sunday 11 ja.ra. Mt McDonald—lst Sunday at 7.30 p.ai., only. Woodstock — 2nd Su n£nj- at - p.m., ; i Sunday at 4 p.m. 'Walli — 2nd Sunday at 3.30 p.m. ?Goolajrong — 3rd Sunday at 11 a.m. Xionlnvood — 5tli Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy C ouvrnxmiou — Ganomudra — Every 4th Sunday at 12.15 p.m., and on Saints' Days and Festivals as circumstances permit, and by special notice. Ottier places by special notice. Baptisms and Weddings. — Notice should be given at least one week before date wherever 3posf«il-lc- Rev. Ernest Letlibridge.
School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
School of Arts. The monthly meeting took place on Tuesday evening, last when there were present Messrs J Boyd (in the chair) J\ Finn, J. Cook, R. Ayrton, and V. Blatcliford, (hon. sec.) The minutes of previous meeting was read and confirmed and the correspon dence received. Mr. Cook roquasted that the use of the School of Arts Hall bo granted free to tho local amateur' dramatic company, for tho purpose of practice, as it was the inten tion of that body to give their first eutor tuinmentin aid. of the School of Arts Building Fund. Mr. Finn moved, ' That tho use of the Hall be given free to the company on condition that tho first entertainment should be given in aid of the building fund.' Seconded by Mr. Ayrton and carriod. Mr. Blatchford moved, ' That Mr. B. F. Richmond be empowered to act as librarian.' Seconded by Mr. Cook and carried. Attention was called to the practice of throwing stones on the roof of the building, an instance of which had re cently occurred, an dit was decidod...
COULSON, HARTON, & CO'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
COULSON, HARTON, & CO'S RE PORT, r at Cattle.— 4C yarded, consisting principally of good light weight. Mar ket was again firm, best, beef making equal to about 23s per lOOlbs. Bullocks heavy sold to £10 10s Do. (light) to £7 ; cows to £6. We sold, 18 bullocks for Rosedale Estate, from £6 15 averaging £6 7s 5d ; 5 bullocks for Mr. M. Augus. Byng, to £10 10s; averaging £8 13 Gd; 2 cows same owner, to £G ; 1 cow for Mr. E. Morris, at £5 2s ; 1 vealer for same 'owner, at £1 18s; 7 hoifers for Mr. W. Murray, The Meadows, from £5 2s to £5 14s averaging £5 5s 6d. Fat Sheep. — About 200 yarded, mar ket easier, wethers fair made 10s. Store Cattle. — None yarded, We would draw attention to our important sale 011 Monday next 10th Juno, when we yard 850 store cattle, consisting of bullocks 3 to 6 years, cows, heifers, steers, and some choice springers, all in very forward condition: Pigs. — 50 penned market very firm. We sold for Mr, C. Williamson, Molong, 30 from £1 10s to £1 18s. Hors...
Foley's Circus. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
Foley's Circus. The name of this renowned show may be strange to a number of our readers, though since it was first organised in tho colony 50 years have elapsed. During its present tour of theN.S Wales districts it has met with a groat amount of success, and it being a first-class company it is anticipated that its visit to Canowindra, Goolasone, and Eugowra, will meet with appreciation. One of its prominent fea tures is tho renowned ba/eback rider, under special engagement, Mr. Cuzco, who performs some wonderful feats of horsemanship. Acrobatic and gymnastic turns are also a prominent feature. A novelty in the 6hapo of the bucking mule ' Mark ' is also introduced into the entertainment, which animal, it is stated will unseat any ridor from 9st up to 18st in 10 sec. This mule has been mounted by some of the best buck-jumb riders in tho States, and has succeeded on all oc casions in disposing of the riders. The animal will be brought into the ring, which will give all present a chan...
Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
Cargo. (From our Correspondent.) The balance-sheet of the sports held here on Easter Monday last was presen ted at a meeting of the committee on Thursday evening last aud the result proved most satisfactory. Tho gross amount taken for the day amounted to £74, the nett outcome being £59 15s Id. This speaks well for Cargo, and is an indication that there is still plenty of money in the district. The sports were in aid' of the. Church of Eugland funds, which fact makes the result of the sports still more satisfactory, that being such a worthy object. With the exception of one or two turbulent spirits the Cargo people are a happy family, aud it is very pleasing to note that the old feeling of sectarianism was in this case totally dis regarded, I, representing all sects, put in an appearance on this occasion to swell the amount l-eceived. ' Mining is likely to boon again in the near future in our township, especi ally if such lodes as that discovered by Mr. McMahou, become the fashion. I...
Catholic Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
Catholic Bail. It is now some years since a ball worthy of the name was given in Cano windra, and the one held on Wednesday evening last in aid of the local Roman Cothohe Church Funds, which had of late beeu allowed to reach infinitesimal proportions, was looked forward tn hv tho local residents as an event likely to prove worthy of remembrance. This anticipation was verified by the result, which can be characterised as nothing other than a splendid success, both financially and socially. The credit of this success, however, falls upon a com parative few of tho ''willing ones' of the congregation in respect of preparation, etc., though, of course, contributions of cash and kind were numerous. The preparation «f the hall, which entailed considerable labor, devolved upon the Misses Hart aud Messrs liirklaud, Coady, and Hart, and the result of their eiforts in this direction had only to be recognised to be appreciated to the fullest extent. Under tiieir hands from chaos perfect order w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
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The Rabbit Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
Tha Rabbit Pest. The recent conference of stook boards at Condobolin passed the following reso lutions in connection with the rabbit pest : — (a) *' That in tho opinion of this con ference the Government should supply lananoiaers witli wire-netting upon ap plication. 2. That the Government should supply netting at the rate of 4 per cent., and that after five years the land holder pay off tho principal in 15 annual instalments, such netting to be a first charge on the land. 3. That in dealing with noxious nninials on tlie unoccupied Crown lands in the Central Civision the Government bo called upon to pay half of the co't of erecting and maintaining a vermin-proof fcncc between fu.jh unoccu pied land and occupied land.' (b ) ''.That the whole of tho Central Division bo declared rabbit infested sub ject to the Government providing wire netting oecording to tho foregoing reso lutions. 2 That the land board, in de ciding as . 0 claims for rabbit-proof fenc ing between private holders, sh...
Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebueh, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
Telegraphic. \ ? Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. About 29,000 sheep and lambs penned, chiefly fair to good quality with a sprink ling of prime, market opened firm at late improved rates, remaining so throughout. Quotations. — Prime xbred wethers 15s to 16s, good 12s 6d to 13s 6d. Prime merino wethers 13s 6d to 14s 6d extra to 15s 6d, good lis 6d to 12s 6d, medium 9s 6d to 10s 6d. CATTLE. 1200 cattle yarded. Market witllout any quotation change. Best beef worth 23s to 24s per lOOlbs.
Cleanliness In Dairying Utensils. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
I Cleanliness In Dairying Utensils. Makers of first-class butter and cheese and the best dairy farmers and milk dealers in general, attach the greatest importance to cleanliness. They know that it is as necessawy to have clean utensils in the dairy as it is to have clean mi 1 It, and that the largest prohts are only secured when cleanliness is exercised in every part of the work, Milk may be produced in a sanitary cow hause by well fed and well-cared-for cows, and drawn in a cleanly manner ; but whilst these conditions contribute much towards superior dairy products, the good effects of 6ueh care are wasted unless extended to the utensils. When this fact is fully j aDnreciated and proper attention is eriven to cleaning and caring for utensils, the quality of dairy produrts will be im proved. A butter-maker whose butter was described as of very superior flavor was asked the secret process by which Alo butter was made. The reply, which shows the great importance of cleanli ness, was a...
Abandoned Crown Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 7 June 1901
Abandoned Crown Lands. I At a conference held in Condobolin a few weeks ago, the -following resolutions were passed : — (a) That in the opinion of this , con ference 20,000 acres of abandoned Crown . lands are required to maintain a home in the -western portion of the Central Division. (b) That the land be offered solely as leaseeold. (c) That in the opinion of this confe rence the abandoned Crown lands in the western portion of the Central Division should be offered to the public on im provement leases for : 1 . A term of 28 vears. 2. At an annual rental of 10s per 1.000 acres. 3. That the lessee be compelled to destroy all scrub, excepting mallee, at the rate of one fifth of the area each year tor five years, ringbark all. timber at the same rate, provided that one-tenth of the area of the lease be reserved for timber where useful timber exists — such portion to be marked off by ! the Department. The lessee to be com- j pelled to destroy rabbits and noxious animals. Provision shal...
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901
Produce Report. The Sydney Woolbrokers Association report as follows for week ending Jun e 1st. WCOL. Another series of monthly auctions, the concluding ones of the statistical vear, wore held on Tuesday and Wed nesday, when the offerings totalled 4918 bales, and the sales including private transactions during the interval totalled 7,804 bales, thus bringing the total sales of the season so far to 384,356, a decrease of 9,333 bales in comparison with the corresponding period of last year. There was a good attendance of buyers and values in comparison with the previous auctions were firm and nn chansred. Greasy sold to 8Jd, secured for 44 bales of the MK/B brand from Man'alda, a bright wool of good quality, well gTOwn, sound and carrying 9 few seeds. The same price was also obtained for ten bales of the Young brand, a wool of good quality, bright and in nice con dition. Sheepskins. — Tho market was un changed, and prices ruled on a par with thoBo of the previous week. Hides. — A mode...
Pruning Vine[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901
Pruning ¥tner. We are creatures of circumstances. We 6fildom do what wo think the vevy best thing, for difficulties will not per mit. We have to do what -we think the best undnr the b'miting conditions around us. Growers would rather prune late, but when large areas (says a South Australian vineyardist) have to be gone over, and they want to plough their vineyards as early as possible, they have to compromise matters. Early pruning with early ploughing are undoubtedly better in my mind than late pruning and spring ploughing. Prune the early maturing vines first. Vines which- hold their leaves till late should be left til! the last, unless 60me special circumstances render another course desirable. Where vines have made weak growth, and whore the wood has not matured or ripened well, severe pruning will be re quired to reduce the number of buds, and consequently the fruiting area next season. The whole strength of the vine will tben be forced into tbe remaining buds, and strong growt...
Neuralgia of the Face. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901
Beuralgia of the Face. This is one of the most painful and annoying complaints which one can have, not only because of the severity of pain, but also for its persistence aud frequent recurrence of attacks. Every face ache is not neuralgia, we must remember, because tho Greatest number of cases of pain about the face are dependent on decay of tho teeth, or the growth of the teeth, and especially of the wisdom teeth.— those the farthest back in the jaws. The physician restricts the use of the name ' neuralgia ' to pain really due only to functional or organic disease in the nerves, brain, or spinal chord. The pain is not properly neuralgic when the cause is disease of the bones, teeth, or tumors or abbesses of the jaws or face bones. Neuralgia causes a pain ?Rhicb is often very acute, but it is inter mittent, coming and going without ob vious reason. It is not accompanied by heat, redness, nor swolling, such as are seen in the inflammatory diseases, such as abcesses. It occurs chiefly...
Sporting Items. (By "OLD CHUM.") [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901
Sporting Items. fBv ** Old Cjium.'1 Th« first two Melbourne Cups went to De Mestre, and in 1897 and 1898 - pl^wiry Rill Forrester won with Gaulus and Grafter, two full brothers. Mr. Tovrestor is one of our sterling sports ancn — honest add straight — and merited *ho victory. In 1990 he had the bad luck to bump up against the champion the outsider, Grlenloth, got home in front of the Warwick Farm pair, Eonda and Pcnhanco. ' If at first you don't suc ceed, try again,' is a masdm that Mr. Forrester believes in evidently, for he «did try until ho eventually succeeded in ?sviimiiig the two great events of the Australian turf in succession. He created a record, too, in the first event, \-y running first and second, and with full brothers, and the following year he ?won with Grafter. De Mestre has four ' Cups ' to his credit altogether, so also Las ' honest ' John Tait. W. Forres ter, up to the xjrosent, has won the Cup twioe, ran second three times, and third ?once, and that the plucky sq...