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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES MEMOEIAL TABLETS, ETC., ] IN' OBAKITB, w«T?TiT.ia & FREESTONE. ! HIQBEET AOT & BEST W0TIK.1UNSE1P. J. S. WITHJBGTOH, ' Works and Residence, Kite-street, near Railway Station, Orange. Estimates and Designs free by Post or on Application. J. COOK, LOCAL AGENT. It isn't a have. FACT! *BHD ? tH^S^Z, FREE ! JMM TROUSERS FOR NtfTHINO. Hllllill' '' Eveiy ^orchaser of one of our HiHUl HAND-MADE IK — ^42s.^— tnii 1 SUITS TO MEASURE Hill I 8 We make & Free Gift of* StylitliuiS mfflf 1 1 UiOe-to-Ueasnn Fair of Ttoujot. Bell I Forwirdei Tree par Pirctl Port. ^fifla ' Send ftr Patterns and elmplA w UHte Self-Measurement Tom. „ * { FRANK SMITH 254-260 Pamuimtta Road, Leickhardt, Sydne*. I I Mi-. W. F. OR MIS TON, Dentist, CO'SBA. ~ r What we know l« «t yonr terrlco. «— Sydney'* Premier Practical Tallo.™.— Famous for Style. Noted fob Frr. Sattlltteiial. Kr.c-!t 'ortnunshlp. latest Fadilaa, PRICES THAT BRING ORDERS. ? ' Couhtrt Clients Speciauly Catered...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

mm ExmsfiE tieiEi. (Opposite- Railway 'Station.) STIRST-CLASS AccomTnodation for ... Visitors and Excellent Stabling. AitRn'ive Groom on: (Jie Premisos. Horse Boxes. A VEEY SUPERIOR SECOND TABLE Firsf-olass pnddocks, with an ahmi dance of Grass aad 'Water. AH trains mot by tTio hotol. porter : Luggage carefully attended io. None but the best brar.iis of Wines and Spirits kept in stock. C A N 0 W I N D E A, M A T T. DW Y E R, PROPRIETOR, ZrAy ? l^inss Thn „= Sulrits Best LiS Rt.iI Jiraittis Bws Ilcrpt in Zizci:. GOOD ACCOM JIODATi ON. ViOTttSiA HOTEL, Excrjji.ii'.'r.v ''''';u*;r Kr.::,.. b-.i. ;:.?? -l:.' ;..-.?:.;!?;;.?. -Vi'-...--. G-Ji.;.i .Si;:'i^-:^ :m;u 3 « .re' ;!?. :?-:.-. OHAj;r::S ?.I0]iJ;;i';AT.i. the TO};.:*';;'; ^ '?'???£!? jroi: all UOAOrES. Passengers booked for Woodstock Walli, Lyndljurst, aud Maridnjatua. J. E. MARSHALL, Pkopihetor. PREMIER BAKERY. SDATrC ? OM a g=,O3 Baker, Confectioner, ? ..... and Pastryccsk, CANOf IND2A. BEST quality of bread 6tipplied daily, als...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Wade's Worm l?ig6 are most effective. ?Childrens thrive after taking them. Is.6d. &ADIES WHO WAKE MONEY. AN EASY METHOD. So .uiajiy avepues cf profitable employ ment are .now open to ladies thnt it is not ?aucprisiog (e sen mrmy girls prefer a life of ?single ease and liberty to the bondnge of ?matrimony. It is not, kowevet, only tha eingle f*irl who i6 alile to sive mouey. Any ? ?married lady, who cares to do eg, c;iu save at Seast 10b. a weak (and dim't forget that 'e .£26 n year) by adopting tie new method of housekeeping, now so much in vogue in Ote M^tropoliB. Full partieulurs' of this very pimple money-saving system ??will Ijg mailed treewrSapplication to Benson & Ooiupnhy, 689 Darling Street, Balnisun, Sydney. 'When writing, ask for ' Benson's Guidu to Tnrift.' ?t Covernmont Advertisements. N?v : ? i ? Department of Public Works, N.S.W. Eoads Office, Cowra, 11th June, 1901. ?TENDERS addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at Cowra, aud en . horsed ' Tenders f...

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For Mother's Sake. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

For Mother's Sake. Oue stormy night, while the present ceniuvy was yet in its teens, in a quiet street Vi'tbin the sound oJ 'Bow Bell,' a little girl was born. Her father, a minister, was a delicate man and away for h?s health. When he returned home he was nint at the door by a stoi-m of voices, as his three boys rushed out to greet him. At the door of tho sitting-room he met bis wife and daughter, and soon began a a discussion as to the nnme by which baby should be called. At longih to evcryonos satifaction, it was agreed that she should be Nellie. Of NeEie'e pretty ways and cbildish gTace there is no need to tell ; suffice it to say that she was a true Nell wiih large blue eyes and golden curls, and rosy cheeks and lips. As she g^'ew up she was the idol of her home, and at the age of twenty she was some body elos'e idol. In a few more weeks she was to bid her old home farewe1! and become his wife. Light-heaited Nellie came softly and swiitly into her mother's room ouq day and foun...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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From the Transvaal. Johannesburg Hospital, 4th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

From tha Transvaal. ' *? - : ? '? ^ ' Johannesburg Hospital, . .?'.':.???'? I. ??? I :- -? 4th May. Beat1 Mother. '.»'?:-, w . . . ' . '?' . I Sent you a line from Capetown, another from, Durban, where Handed Jjist Sunday. 'Durban is the ; prettiSst/ploce on earth, jts'Cjapirtowil is the revei-se. I spent two' of the LeBt d ays .out there. It is as for North, (is WorthiQueonalaud, and at proBeut is like our sutnmer. ,. The eeanery 13 beauttiut, tropical fruik,. pineapple, mangrove, and . banana b and others grow around the to wn in thick scrubs, wild, also beautiful . flowers o{ various colors. Nineteen out , pf. every twenty persons are niggers, mostly cpolios and Kaffirs. Even the police are black', aud carry a club with a big end, and all poople that break ihe - law get a smack on the heG-I with it. Our tfhaps etartod (o t-lcta;i out the town of niggers ; flogged bobbies with their ??Own clubs, and frightened every bkiclc that much that thay couldn't bo seen after dark. A great a...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

i rtEL Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, XJMITED. OxBTnx, IPatd 'Up . . £1,000,000 0 o IReseilve Fmro , . 1,010,000 0 3Rjssesve LLiBitrrr . , 1,000,000 fl 0 £3,010,000 0 0 HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEEEST, 'Drafts granted on the Bank's London Sk-anck, and on its Agents in the Colo siios, England, Ireland, Scotland, -and ?elsewhere. Bills Disceurited. Advances made on Hiions -on Wool and other approved securi ties, and all usual Banking business transacted, V. ELATCHFOKD. Manager, Canowindra Branch. DR. GEOFFREY LIES, SYDNEY. JjUgAY be consulted at Canowindra from this date. He intends making ^arrangements to visit Cargo, Eugo'wra, =and G-oolngong regularly, at an early ?date. . . Visits Goolagong, Sunday, 16th inst U1SPEKSARY AT CAH0W1HDRA. IVIR, S. A. NASH, #DENTIST.# CANOWINDRA. ADDRESS — NEXT TO KERB'S BAKERY, THE . CANOWINDRA STAR. FRIDAY, JUNE 14.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Atkinson Bros, for Saddlery

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Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Local and General Topics. *The treasurer of the Canowindra P., A., and H. Association has been advised that £30 10a 9d, the amount of subsidy ?on prizes awarded at the late show, haB leen lodged to the credit of the Associa tion -niih the Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. An additional special grant of £50 has ioen placed to the credit of the Canowin ?dra P., A. and H. Association. This \vill enable the association to enclose ike ground recently granted, and make other necessary improvements. 13on't ever play with Dynamite, In case it should explode, Beware of robbers late at night And take the safest road. ? Don't laufeh at any little ill, But health at once secure, -Bad coughs and colds arise from chill, Take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 'The following monies have been col lected in the Cowra E.C. parish during 'tkelaBt few months : Dr. O'Haran Fund, £106 ; ball at Cowra in aid of the Oiurcn Building Fund, £105 ; Bathurst . 'Orn'hnTinD'A. £47 ? 'Rifthrm 'ftvrnfi £1OO ? hali in ai...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

A REMARKABLE DOCUMENT. We have recently been shown a most re markable document, which should certainly be seen and carefully studied by every married lady in Australia. This is easy of accomplishment, as a copy will be moiled (re* to any address in the State on application to Benson & Company, 689 Darling Street, Balmain, Sydney. When writing; please ask for Benson's ' Domestic Economist.' MA.F.PJ*.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

? Lsseal ESfrecfory ? K SWf.T.\rj-'ll. T]'e ;i rs;ifn iii-iv! n(:iv,'— a fair and *V--- 'i'jrsriv'-r: w ::vo i.^'.:\: .': i.-ifwj-.-.in- ! woe oi; i-V. r.n\i'y---t$' : a lom\ [ispm which ?,... ...?MyJBP»g¥!L--^.-ji'3£ ViS*'*: ol ilU W(iU WlSllCTS C! OiC- (liStilii. . AUCnOXEEBS. John Finn. , HANKS. Commercial BaiikiiiR Corapnny of SKl-iov Li-rnte'l. Marnier — Y. i!...i..- s«T::v:ra vriiiiELV.-iuonTS R/.\- -ion ?? DllLf.;-:»s:iald ' j j ooimactlU ? j J Carter ' ' : liUIi.DT.3S . ? W 15 Aftf-.. ^ ] r-t.vxas .T Furvpstw S Bates B Kerr HOTEE. FITTERS ?? M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel 8ADDLEES ? J B Nwlaud Atkinson Bros mstTEAVCE fMWTClSS Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and Life.— J J Finn. flTOBEKEEPEEfl JBoyd TFinn - W PendaH T3MDEETAKEB8 J O if arka W Atkinson ?WOOL AKD, PBODUOE BUYERS T-.Breen

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Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Postal and Telegraphic Information. Office Hours. ? Post Office open 9 a.m. to 6 p;m. Telegraph. , Olfice oi)en 0 a.m. to 8p.m. llouoy Orders, daily from 9 a.m. to -6 p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m.!to 1 p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 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 hours ; cashing, during money order bourn. Note. — All offices are closed during SKiing of mails fi-otr. Sydney at 11.15 a.m. daily. AlUtlVAT, OF MATI.S. From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, daily at 11-15 a.m. Cowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur ?day at 11.30 a.m. Eugowra, Tuesday and Saturday at 1.30. p.m. Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at. 3 p.m. . Walli and Lyndhuret, Wednesday and Saturday at 1,30 p.m. Goolagonj, Friday at 3 p.m. Lookwocd and Rurdett, Monday, 'Wedoesaayjand Friday at; 6 p.m. DEPATlTrrEE OF MML8. For Sydney and Woodstock, daily at 2.30 p.m Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day »t 11.15 a.m. Eugowra, Monday and Friday at 1 ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cowra. — Mass every Sunday atPand 11 a.m., devotion* and noTiodictions -at 7.30 n.m : Unas on weok days «-? V.30 a.m., Mass on Holy ])ayn at .9 a.m., Stations of tliq Cross and Benediction on Fridav evenings at 7.30. Mt.jM«T)onal-3. — I*'iivt Sunday of the montti MaAnal 1 1 a.m., Iiuvotion? at 7.'30;p.m. Mass on the following morning at 7.30. CaiuMvindra. — Semndand fourth Sundays of the monlh Mnssatll a.m., devotions nud bene cictions 7.30 -p.m., Mass on the foliovrlng mou^iifl at 7.30 a.m. J AVootl itook.— Tliird SauJny of :ht- inouih, j JUa'-.i^at 11 a.m. ; devot.icuK iit 7. SO p.ui : uliirf.- ' on ih.c*o'oii itig morn;r7T at 7.5:1 s.ra. : Eug owts. — Fiftii Suuday o« the monlli (irhr.:! Qcetm-ing), I&aza at 1J o'ulunt s.m. ; dcvom.v and bepedittiou nt 7.30 p.m., £!uss oc tin- j'; l loiclng moriiinjr »t 7.311 a.m, Mri'- ra tin. Tuesday af v tht se.'iODd Sund'iy n' lil o'.'.'iock. Revs. D. O'Kenneriy aud P. J. Doran,

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Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Church Mottees. GHOBCH OF ENGLAND. SerrioBO an* he?d in flifforent . churehqs in the Caaowinara Circuit us follows.— CaiioTrindra. 1st, 2nd, and 4tl), Sunday) at II a.m., 3rd Sunday at 7-30 [p.m, 5Qi Sunday 11 'lit McDonald— 1st Sunday at 7.30 p.m., - 'Wbodstpok — 2nd 6u cday at 7 p.m., f. i SunSnv et 4 p.m. Wa^i— 2n-?. Sundpy.at 3.S0 p.m. Goolapong — 3rd Sunday at 11 a.m. IrfK&Wooa— «tl- Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy Communion — Caunrindm — Every 4lh Sunday at 12.15 p.m., and on Saints' Days and Festivals as cirenrautances permit, and by special notice. . ' Other places by special notice. Bnptimus and Weddinps.— Notice Rliould be given at least one week before date wherever possible. Rev. Ernest Lethbridge.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Local Court Proceedings. SMALL DEBTS. WEDNESDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate and T. J. Finn, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Local Court Proceedings. SMALL DEBTS. WednhJsdav. (Before the Police Magistrate and T. J. Finn, Esq.. J.P.) Hamilton Osborne v. J. Cullen, tra veling sheep without having given notice. Postponed for a month on the applU catio.i of de'eniant. J. J. Finn v. J. Davidson, recovery oi £6 16s, commission sale of stock. Settled out of court.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Tennis. A team consisting of Mrs. A . Grant, the Misses Finn, Clyburn- and RobinFoa, and Messrs Kirkland. Howey, Coady aud Finn, made a very pleasant trip to' Goo lagong on Saturday last, there to try con clusions with a team representing the Goolagong Tennis club. The visitors arrived at Goolagong at about 11.30 and after the usual exchange of courtesies : . play was commenced with a mixed, set. The result of the first set proved favor able to Canowindra by two games. The play proved most interesting tho the succeeding seta resulting as follow. — G6, O4;G6,C3;G3, C6;G6, C4; G5.O6; G6, O5;G6, C 3 ; G4, C6j G 6, C 0 ; G 6, C 0 ; making a total of— Goolagong, 58 games ; Canowindra 43. The game was well contested until the last two sets, in which the Canowiudi'a players failed miserably. As a whole the trip was a very pleasant one, tho treatment meted out to the visitors by the home team being all that could be desired. Luncheon was partaken of on the ground at about 1 o'clock, and bef...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Notes. (By "PRETENDER.") [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Sporting Notes. (By ' PfiETKNDEB.') A most enjoyable day's racing was held at Mr, Crawford's Sussox Farm, Nyrang Creek, on Friday, when about 3i-0 people turned up to see the sport. I may state that Mr. Crawford is ever foremost in anything in the way of sport, and very generously gavo the use of his paddock freu, to the members of the Nyrang Creek Eaoe Club. I can say without fear of contradiction, that, spr ctators wove all thoiOiVghly satisfied with their day's outing, and a most notable feature of the meetiug, although the prizes wore not for large amounts, was that there was not one case of sus picious running during the day. The horseownors (much to their credit) ran their hovsts purely for the sport, and if racing was only carried out at large race meetings in the same spirit, it would bring raoiag up to the same standard wo have seen it in former years in and around the Canowiudra district, when we had such truo sportsman as Jim Lynch, Alf. West, Joe Wost, Billy Robinson, To...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Cargo. (From our Correspondent.) The drawing for tho gold watch, in aid of St. Joseph's Convent resulted in Mr. O'Keefe, of Peel being declared the winner. Mining is still alive in Cargo, as is nvirirnicad bv the local batterv. which is oontinually at work. It is anticipated that the old Ironolad will not remain in its present state of inactivity a great while longer, and I feel quite certain there is still a kick in the old horse, and a pretty strong kick, too. The last party of tributors made very good wages, indeed out of it, and in these timee nothing moro can be expected. I hear Mr. J. Mayne is likely to, in the near future, be removing bis cyanide plant to your district, he having been given sufficient inducement to do bo. This will be a boon to Canowindra, as I understand theie are some splendid tail ings from the local battery as well as those he is to treat. I wish him the best r\f lnnV fni» 'hiB ctn+ArTYriftn. Mr. J. S. Withington, of Orange, a candidate in the labor inter...

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Nyrang Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Nyrang Creek. (From our Correspondent.) Although there was only a small at tendance at Mr. J. Sue's hare driver on Saturday a very good day's shooting iook place, with the result that 703 hares and rabbits were destroyed, whilst many otherd were sent home very sick. F. E. TaMAD %*ilki-k nltnl nvi-.ll -ui 1OO n«-3 WT T uuuco nuuouuu nDU| £— 'b 1—-O} aim T« ? U« Jones was second with 91, H. C. Burton third with 60, whilst J. ColletB carriod the pack with 23. On Saturday last, while Mr. and Mrs. Clem Wren were driving in a buggy from Craubury to Nyrang Creek their horse become unmanageable and bolted. The buggy came in contact with a fence and Mr. and Mrs. Wren were both thrown out ; fortunately, however, they escaped with a few light bruises and a good shaking. The buggy was greatly ' damaged and had to be left behind while the occupants continued their journey in another vehicle.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Lockwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

Lockwood. ( From our CoiTesDOndonO The TFeather. — We are now experien cing wintry weather, cold, dull days with, but iittlo rain — more would be accept able. The paddocks -which were idle last year are very hard, and ploughing operations have coen suspended awaiting a xuii oi rum, ana some wjucfljiinve ueea turned over were found too rough to pro ceed with tho seeding until a consider able amount of labor had boen expended ou it harrowing and rolling to pulverise it sufficiently to make a seed bed, and there is not sufficient moisture in the soil to make the seed germinate properly. The local butter factory has now been, working for some time, but I am sorry to hear that the supply of milk is not nuffi« cieiit to keep it running regularly. Why this is so. I am at a loss to understand, when we compare the prices of factory and dairy butter and the low ratescharged for the treatment of milk by the factory. And yet another wedding, the happy couple b-jiiig Miss Jessie Brown and Mr. E....

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COULSON, HARTON, & CO's REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 14 June 1901

COULSON, HARTON, & CO'a RE PORT. Fat Cattle.— About 60 yarded. The quality forward was much better than recent yarding. Market opened firm and at all advances on late ates, Bullocks made £8 13s, odd Beasts to £10 6s, cows to £8 Is. Best beef made from 23s to 24s per lOOlbs. We sold— ' 6 cows for Mr. W- R. Murray, Too gong to £7 7s. 4 steers, same owner, at £5 lie 1 heifer, same owner, at £4 15s 2 heifers for Wr. M. Keeuan, to £4 15s. 10 cows for Messrs Watt and Spears, Gulgong, to £5 18s. Fat Sheao. — About 130 varded. Mar ket about equal to late sales. Store Cattle. — About 1050 yarded to a good attendance of buyers. Market was again very firm, although not quite equal to extreme prices of last sale. All yarded were disposed of at a very satisfactory figure. We sold 763 as follows — For Messrs, Watt and Spears, Gulgong : 50 s eersat £4 16s 52 steers at £4 15s 170 cows at £4 17s 15 bullocks at £6 4s 46 heifers at £3 8s 45 heifers at £3 Is 82 Bteersat £3 14s 60 steera at £2 1...

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