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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Harry D. Buckingham,; BUI EXCHANGE KDTEL (Opposito Railwayjstadon.) PIEST-CLASS A'ccmmo(ln.'iOn f . . , V hi tors ovi E\co!leni Stab-ing. Atten.nre Groom oi' the Promises-. Horse lSo^es. A 'VERY SCF'EI.'I'OESKa \D TABLE Fir3L-eiri83 pa(!-nnci:-., v.'.'.i an abun dance of Grass r.nd Waiev. A'l trains met by Lhe lioisl pn.isr : ! Luggage ea:-eir',v attended lo. | Nor.e lmt tb.fi brsi- bi-an.ls of Wiucs and Spiiits kept ia btock. -^msmn hotel, '^- C A N O W I N D E A, IV3ATT. DWYER. PROPRIETOR, Only Winas The , L-.irrCs. Ce^t -? ?-?«.- - - Anjd BrassiJs Eaers Kepi :.i steck. GOOD AOCOIviMODATION. VE6T0SIA HOTEL, CASUWlNDPA.. EXCELLENT CDLSINE. Noise brt the Jle.st Br.Mids (,' Wines | and Sjiirii ?.. oie., I.ejiL :n fi'-i'.k. . Good-Sl-ablinj;- am1. Lu^e liases. CR AJiQES MO DKllATIS. THE TERARNUS HO'J'^L FO3, ALT, . .COACHED Passengers icjoicfd f,,.- W'ooc'lslo':!. Walli, Lj ad lit 'v;, ai:d J.I:-.Tid-^vi:a. J. H. MAESIL4LL, Puorujfiion. . PREMIER BAKERY. SB BATES, Baker, Confectioner,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

BARCLAY «?«?? EUCALYPTI Srf**, EXTRACT for«y«w.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

LADIES WHO MAKE MONEY. AN EASY METHOD. So many avenues cf proStaible employ ment are now o]»n to laidies that it is not surprising to see many girls prefer a life of single ease and liberty to the bondage cf matrimony. It is not, however, only ths single girl who is able to sav« money. Any married lady, who cares to do so, can save at least 10s. a week (and don't forget that's .£23 a year) by adopting the new method ot housekeeping, nof eo much in vogue in ths Metropolis. Full particulars of this very simple money-raving system Trill be mailed free on application to Benson & Company, 089 Darling Sired, Baluiain, Sydney. When writing, ask for ' litfnson'e Guide to' Thrift.'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Singer Sewing Machines. — Local agency, G. T. Exton, opposite Soap factory, Cowra. All sundries supplied Call or write. — Advt-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

~TH£ ' CuKURarcial Banking -Co. at Sydney, LIMITED. CiWTAT. Paid Up . . £1,000,000 0 o JtEsEres Puyp .. 1,010,000 0 j&ESESYE LIABILITY . . 1,000/JOO 0 0 £3,010.000 0 0 HIGHEST RITES ALLOWED FOB DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. Drafts granted on the Bank's London ^Branch, aud on its Agents In the Colo nies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and «elsewhere. Bills Discounted, Advances made on ILions -on 'Wool and other approved securi ties, and all usual Banking business transacted. V. BLATCHFORD. Manager, Canowindra Branch. DR. GEOFFREY LEES, SYDHEY. lUj AY be consulted at Canowindra from this date. He intends making arrangements to visit Cargo, Eugowra, -and Goolagong regularly, at an early -&ate. DISPENSARY AT CANOWINDRA. MR, S. A. NASH, #DENTISL# CANOWINDRA. ADDRESS — NEXT TO KERR'S BAKERY, THE CAWOWIWDRA STAR. FRIDAY, JUNE 28.

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Woodstock Items. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Woodstock Items. (From our Correspondent.) A very successful hare drive Was held at F. Rowlands, Waugoola, on Saturday, 23nd inst. Filteen shooters were present and some tall scoring was the the result. A total of 1245 hares and rabbits was the resrls. Following are the individva1 score8. — E Leabeater 135, J Muggleto'i 124, F Rowlands 110, E Bloomfield 10!, H. Corfield91,W. J. Leabeater 84, R. Leabeater 83, G Danzel 71, A Emms 68, A Rowlands 68, J Browing 50, T O'Rielly 49, H dimmer 34.— Totol 1215.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Directory NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

[?] KEWSrAPFJH. T;ir ' Canowli-:3i-a Svar,' — a fair and 5TupMiti:il organ, vrliifih t&lres r.o pai ly side, b:itst.iiv«s to give accurate iufoima tiou oa u.U subject,; ; a locul papei svliicli is entitled !« MM support of all wt?H vishers at the dif ?!. vict. ? -. AV-!i iO.-hERS. John Finn. VAyns. ? Commercial Banting Company of' Svdnoy, Limited. Manager — Y. S'latchford. ]ii,.\c:csiiiTns akd wueeiwrioiits Ii Ayrkm J 0 IT arita DHarcUonald BOOTMAKER J Carter BCILDEKS 'W H Atkinson BAJCK11S J Forrester S Bates B Kerr HOTEL F^EPEBS M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J II Marshall, Victoria Hotel saddles s J.B Newland Atlnnson Bros ?rTSPBANtE AGrvOES Liverpool, aad Londou and Globe Fire and Life. — J J Finn. STOREKEEPERS JBoyd TFinn W Pendall TXKDEHTAKEES J C If arlia W Aft in son ?WOOL AND PEODUCE BUYERS T Breen

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Postal and Tetegr^pMc Information. 0 trice Hours. Post Office open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. V-j'ogTnj.'ii Oefiee opsn 9 a.m. to 8p.m. }Ao l'v 0 He.-?, dai'j' f-om 9 a.m. to 6 p ni Sa. r-i'iiy fioin 9 a..m.rio 1 p.m. Ra\Iiic.s V'anlc ojvjii tin I'v j.:;;ii 9 a.ni 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 6 inSp.m, deposits or\y. l-03til Kotos . (Sale o?) during post office lioi'-s ; cisHug, duiihg money orchr lioni-s. j Note.---A'i OiTloes p.o closed dming; ^cn iji's: o{ iua;ls JVoin Sydney at 11.15 a.ia. daily. A*-Ri i7l OF Jf«!,1. From %«l'iey G.P.O. and Woodstock, -daily at 1 1 ? 1 5, a.in . Cowra, Tuosday, Thursday and Satur day at 1 1.30 a.m. Eurrowra, Tuesday and Saturday at !.?.(-. p.m. Ca.-go, Tuesday, Thursday and Satvv *ky nt 3 p.m. YTii ', u';d Lj-itiUfss, Wec'iesday and 8«: -'Tfla 7 a.1 1,00 p.m. Co(/lu.?3i.'V, Frir'.iy ai: 8 p.m. T;5c'(wo;,'i and L-jvde-.'.t Monday, W;i' »e:day, and Friday fit G p.m. ? DsrjiTiTura o-- ?T* 'ls. Foj- f.yrfnej' and '\Vools;jok, daily at 2.30 vi bi Cowia...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHUKCH. Cowra. — Ma^ every Sunday atg.ind 11 a.m., devotions and usnrdictioDR :it 7.30 a.m : Mass on week dnrs .it. 7. SO cm., Jfass on Holy Days at 9t.it)., ShvtionB of the C-oss and Ueaediction on Friday evennipR at 7.S0. tSt. McDonald.— Erat Sunday of the month - Masn at 11 a.m., Dovotionsat7.30 jj.m. Mass on the fplloK 'inp niomuip: at 7.30. Canowindra. — f5cnondand fourth Sundays of thpitiontlj ITassatll a.m., devotions and bene dictions 7-30 p.m., Maf£ on tie following mo ' !?;?. !?:, 7.:jo n .n, W'oo-) ?)''-.-.,. .* Si-i.:»ir o« |'.o ,,io.i li, Jia ? .ii 1 1 a.m. ; d?\olio.i ? -i, 7..!() -n :n ; Ch on '.hefo' oi. ' ..- ,m. - i ? -t 7.;;n r. n* E';o- ?.?.— j.' I. Js.-j.' , „? .l.e,no-ih ( i-t.i o.ci- ' :-*;. M.i-., .t, . : o . o . -. i. : o.-i-i p .Tj':|.)ca'ii'':e,i.u ii.v ,/. ,') .. .i.. ;?: ? ? r, . ,.i.o ,'. - 'o-,r..j mo- iz r. , ..,-1 p „. \{r ,.^ ?, i,.-. '??.?c^'iy ;,.,.,„,. (ihe ,p.1,,.,, -, „-.,„„ 10 o .-.oil.. B.2\:. O. OKe ? . ,-, .-.,?! .1. J. |.o ?...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services are hold in different chm-ches ii Oie i Canou]Vi1'a C'rcuit as follovs. — Canov;')(lr.'., 1st, 2n-\, two 4tli, Sundays at 1 1 a.m., 3rd£uuday at 7.30 jj.iu, 5ih Sunday 1J a.m. JTt McDonald — 1st Snnday at 7.30 p.m., only. I Woodstock — 2nd Su tdcy at 7 p.m., ; i i Snnflav at i v.m. ? , WM\— 2nd Sui-rtny ai 3.30 p.m. Goolagotii^ — uTdSundavut 11 a.m. , LockTvood — 5th Sunday at '.SO p.m. | Holy Cow jiunion.— CauoT.;iicl''a — Evoiy Hh \ Si'?tlay at 12.15 p.m., and on Saiuts' Days anJ ITcstivals as cii-cujobtances permit, and by special nof:fi. OtliOT places by ppocial notice. Baptisms and Y/eddinps, — KoUco should be given nt least one week before date Trherever posible Rsv. Ernest Lethbridge.

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COULSON, HARTON & CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

COULSON, HAETON & CO'S RE PORT. Fat Cattle. — 60 yaaJed, consisting of good quility. Market firm, prices being slightly in advance of last sales. Bul locks sold to £8, cows to £1 l's; beBt beef beinp equal to about 22s to 23s per lOOlbs. We sold— 24 bullocks for Mr. Jas. Dalton, Kangaroobie, from £6 19s to £8, averaging £7 10s. 6 cows, same owner, from £5 11s to £6 lls, averaging £6 4s. 2 steers for Mr. James McDonald, from £4 17s to £5 78s, averag ing £5 7s. . : te 1 cow same owner £6 6s. ... ? p And privately, during the week, for Mr. Jas. Dalton, Kangaroobie, 50 bul locks and 30 cows a statisfactory prices. Fat Sheep, — Only about _ 130 yarded. Market firm for prime quality, but very few of that quality coming forward. Store Cattle. — 14 dairy cows (in low condition) yarded by us, on account of Messrs Bruce and Sykes, of Campbell town, and sold at £4 per head. Owing to the very severe turn in the weather and the heavy snow, Mr. Boyd was pre vented yarding his 300 store ca...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Telegraphic. Homebush Fat Stock Sales. Homebush, Thursday, 5.35 p.m. SHEEP. About 30,000 sheep were penned to day ; including a large number of prime. Both merino and xbred. Competirion was active, and prices firm. Other sorts were easier. Quotations. — Prime heavy xbred wethers, 16s to 19s. Good, 14s'to 15s. Prime merino wethers, 14s to 15s. Extra to 17s 6d. Prime xbred ewes 1 3a to 14s. TATTLE. 1,0-10 cattle yarded, including about COO cows.?iThe market stands without any quotable change. Best beef worth 24s per one hundred pounds.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farmers and Settlers' Association. CANOWINDRA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Farmers and Settlers' Association. CANOWINDRA BRANCH. The adjourned meeting of the above took place at the School of Arts Hall on Saturday afternoon last, there being pre sent the President (Mr. F. C. Crowe), and Messrs G. K. Minter, T. J. Craw ford, J. Jones, C. Whitmee, Wm.Troavos, and the Secretary, J. J. Fiun. The minutes of previous meeting were confirmed, and the correspondence re ceived on tho motion of Messrs. Craw ford and Treaves The secretary announced that the finances of the branch at present wero — £1 7s 5d credit balance, aiid wished to be advised as to the'f uturo conducting of ;ihe branch. The President said he was very sorry to see so little interest taken in tho movement, and as it appearod evident that the work of keeping the branch going would devolve iu the future as it had done in the past, upon the few there present, the ouly course to pursue was to allow it to disappear. As to the balance i n hand, he would suggest that it be handed over to the P., A. and H....

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Watergumben. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Watergumben. (From a Correspondent.) A hastily organised shoot eventuated hore on Saturday under Mr. Henry Thompson's supervision, and passed off very satisfactorily. Though game is not so very numerous as on the river, no less than 191 met more than a match, a result considered gratifying to the 15 shooters who entered tho sport with srreal. determination. The palm was carried off ly Master Eddie Packham wit!i27to his credit, followed by 23 each from tho guns of Messrs Thompson and Henry. At noon ample justice wa3 done to the splendid lunch provided by Mrs. Thompson sen. iluch better shoot ing was done afterwards, as a tribute, I dare say, to the hostess, for two-thirds of the number were shot after lunch time, thus bringing to a close a very enjoyoble day.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Granbury. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Cranbury. (From our Correspondent.) There has been quite an awakening from the uaual order of things here — election matters, our railway, and the starting of har« driving. We have had a visit from both candidates, Dr. Boss having met some of his supporter* at the) Hall on Tuesday last at 1 o'clock. There was a small mutter consequent ou the bad weather and a misunderstanding with regard to time of meeting, some being disappointed thinking the meeting; was at night. Mr. J. S. Withington come on Friday evening and wai fortunate in having a belter night and also a better attendance. Mr. Thoi. Balcomb was voted to the chair and briefly introduced the candi date, who then delivered his address, which was listened to very attentively. Several questions were asked and wore answered by Mr. , Withington with evi dent satisfaction. Mr. C Whitmee pro poied a vote of thanks to Mr. Withing ton for his address, which was seconded by Mr Caleb Nash, and being put to the meeting was carried by accl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nyrang Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Nyrang Creek. (From our Correspondent.) Comparatively few put in an appear ance at the hare drive held at Mr, Jas. Mulligan's on Saturday last, but a fair day's shooting took place, with the result that 449 hares and rabbits were destroyed. W. J. Jones, with 72 proved the top scorer; C. Grimshaw 57, W. Grey and A Mulligan third with 40 each, while Robert Bartley with 1 1 carried the drumj Most of the local faainers hav* com menced poisoning the rabbits. Some have purchased poison carts, while others are at it in good old cockie stylo — with plough, dish and spoon. 24/6/1901.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Produce Report. The Sydney Woolbrokers Association report as follows for week ending June 21st. wool. The local market during the past week has remained very quiet. There ha been a good enquiry privately but the supplies on hand are limited and actual transactions have been small and unim portant. They have, however, been ma('e on the basis of the last auction sales.' PRODUCE. Sheepskins. — A strong demand existd aud last week's rates were readily foiv'^ cominsr. Tallow. — An exceptionally strong market ruled and prices advanced 20s to 25s per ton. Hides. — Fair Bized catalogues were forward. N.S.W. hides met a very firm market, but bids for Queensland lines were lower, and the bulk were with drawn. Furskms. — Smaller supplies were offered to buyer?. Generally speaking a firm market ruled for all lines ercept red kangaroo and low qual'ty bears, which were easier. — Quotations. — Kan- garoo gvey to 5jd each, r'i to 65d, wa'lar to4IJd, ucrub wallaby to r3£d, swamp to 24d, rock 2 to OJ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Local and General Topics. KD.'E. tall, Weanesaay evening next ; juvenive ball Thursday evening. Ad mission to juvenile — Adults 2s ^ school ??children Is. [ WeJiave been reluctantly compelled to Siold over — ' About Politicians,' by 'Old '?Chuni,1' report of tennis match, and ?other interesting matter. 'The Southerly Buster at its height, With wind and rain and sleet, Is bound to give us every night, 'Wet clothes[!and cold damp feet. Bad coughs and colds must then prevail, We'll try to make them fewer. &nd ta'ke a dose of never fail — Some Woods' Groat Peppermint C-irre. Atkinson Bros, is the place to go for sail kinds tif saddlery etc., they import no Tubbish, but manufacture thoir goods on the premises. — Advt. For years pact the local Presbyterian residents have held service monthly in the Canowindra School of Arts, but the Tapid increase of the congregation and the fact that tbey have recently acquired a piece of land in the new township, has decided them to erecta. buiW...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway League. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Railway Laague. MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly nieetinj of the above took place in the School of Arts Hall on Saturday afternoon last for the purpose of 'onsidering the report of Mr. McDonald Stuart, le the route for a light line of railway from G-eg-a to Oowra recently inspected by him. There were present— Messrs T.4 inn (president;, Wm. Basselt, G. K. Mintor, F. C.Crowo, J. H. Marshall, F. E. Craven, T. J. Crawford, J. Swindle, Wm. Traves, C. Whitmee (Cranbury). and Smith (Cran bury), and the secretary (J.J. Finn). The societary read the mi.iutes of last meeting, which were confirmed. ?- The corretTjondence was then read — From Hon7 T. Waddell, advising that report had been received, and tliat a sur vey had been ordered to be made as scon as possible. BEPOKT. Public Works Department, Railwav construction Branch, Sydney, 30th May, 1901. Memorandum to the Enginfie.in Chief, Railway Construet:on. As both ends of this pro msa: has al ready been surveyed, prvnc'y from G:e gi-a to C...

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Gun Club at Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 June 1901

Gun Club at Canowindra. A meeting of gentlemen fc.vorabl e o formation of a Gun Club was held in the ' Star ' office ou Tuesday evening last. There was a pood attendance, and a number of gentlemen in sympathy with the movement but unable to attend, for warded apologies for their absence. Proceeding were opened by Mr. V. Blaichford be:ng voted to the chair. The Chairman announced the object of the meeting, which was that there being a number of gun enthusiasts in the district, and the wish having been expressed to eee organised sport insti tuted, it was thought desirable to start a a gun club. A number of gentlemen had given their names to him as probable members, and lie thought such a club would receive liberal support. Mr. J. Cook moved that it be considered advisable to form a gun club in Cano windra. — Seconded by Mr. F. E. Craven, and carried. In connection -with .the fee for mem bership to the club, the Chairman thought that, as there were not less than 20 gentlemen in the dis...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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