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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

JOHN HIMN^ AUCTIONEER, STOCK and STATION ACEST, CANOWINDRA SELLING AGENT ONLY. Particulars of Stock and Properties for sale forwarded oil Application. LOOK OUT FOR King's Birthday Sports PROGRAMME, ShOw Ground, Canowindra. Bicycle Races, Foot Races, Horse and Pony Races ?and other sports; iHeraber's Ticket, Five Shillings. Ball at Night SCHOOL OE ARTS HALFj. JNO. J, FINN, Secretary, Members' meeting 11th Oct. at 3 p.m. P., A., and H. Association. COMMITTEE MEETING, Saturday 1 1th October, at 2.30 p.m. ' Business— Election of various 6uh committees for the year and the advisability of extending the pavilion.. JOHN FINN, - Secretary. ?».« i b^-.S ^ ? in .irr j ^ . To Stand tho Season at Canowindra and travol (he snrronndiligdistricts THE DRAUGHT STALLION Young Sir William, Yovrxo Sin 'William is by Sir William H — dam, Joss, by Royal Tom. Sir William II by Sir William (imp).; g sire Lord Lyon (489 c s u) , gg sire Her cules (378); gfrg-siro Rob Roy (714). Sir William Il's dam Jessio D...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

? ? . ? THE C A No TV 7s' DP A SI jPY '~To R,!U-'1 ,,lis 8eason nt Watt ruandara (noar Railway Station) ami travel tho surrounding District, tho handsome Thoroughbred Stallion i^^SOU V.ENI R,_— COUVENIR is a beautiful dnrlc brown horse (hied by J?. Kouso, Esq., Beragam bil),-is one of the host bred horses in Ausiralin, as ?pedigree testifies — ? ? SOUVENIR Cigauktkk, bred 187-3 ? Maiivhmvous (.11), bred 1870 (dnm of Lady Love Misfortune) fR;1HS 0f Mnrvol'l Fliiit, bre-l 1867 ] Mambykoso (3)bred j It's Cuiiious.bred | Bi.akney (1) bre gd of Vanity Fair | 1803, sire ofObarita | 1892, half sister to | 1SCI ; half brother ' ? ] Hamlet, Bargo. ] Cushla Mnolirco j to Pilot sft? i~i fill rm l?f| . U'l ssli 1st?. Is! Hi 1 lift Uf 1ph ?|fl ^ e * ** sg PSC» |»-5 ? g |:gs i_. S m I £? S ^ s a £? 6-1 H ti t? £ | g: « gi '«? I w | „ g 1 $ | g g £? 5 3 f -M' . I r | I f | M | | t f-8- ® w I s ? S Z ?' $ - f -3 * ' , g * f I I ftg. f s » n Jf s s i I ° P«— | °i Bit ♦«* ?-» £* i** Ta* pj I Og*4-- ....

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tomato Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

Tomato Culture. [By Herbeet J. RrarsEr, Doxdas.J I feoi more at home on this subject than in any other branch of gardening (more especially when the fruit is ripe). I have tried many methods* and many scores of varieties, and the following liints are the results : — In most parts of this State only one crop can be secured, and it is generally advisable to get as early a start as pos sible with it, bait in the wanner part two crops can oe ooiamea, me secouu oiup plants feeing put out during favourable weather during December and January. To get extra early plants a hot bed or glass house is required. Early plants can be raised in a frame or on a verandah ; while later ones will do well in the gar den. Have your seed bed rich and fine, and at the same time that you plant tho seed begin to get tho i lace ready to plant them out eight or ten weeks later. Use a mixture containing a fair percent age of potash, have it dug well in before putting the plants out. To every plant place a stake...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

Mt. Kembla Fund. THE Canowindra Public School Child ren collected the sum of £10 Os lOd for tho above object and the amount has been sent to Headquarters. The follow ing are the names of the collectors and tho amounts obtained by them. Misses. N. Kerr and L. Finn, 7s; I Ayrton and A. Horsfall, 8s 3d ; A. Rue and A. Callan, 1 2s 3d J I Dawes, Is 9d! A. Breon, and P. Breen, 2s 9d ; M. Robin« son, aud A. Robinson, £2 3s Id ; A. New land and J . Grant, 3s ; A. McKenzie, and L. McKenzie, 7s ; R, Boyd, and M. Boyd, Is Od ; F. Horsfall and M. Dgvis, 5s ; N, Grant, and N. Costello, 1 Cs 3d; M. Cogh lan, and V. Lewis, 4s 6d ; A. Hay Is 6d ; R. Qapewell, and J. Murray, 1 4s ; E. Boyd, Is j Masters M. Border 9s ; R. Rice and F. Rice, lis 6d; H. Sawyer, 6s Od ; L. Minter, 1 2s 9d ; J. Ginty, 3s ; D. Perry and S. Myring, 7s;E. Robinson, and I' Ru6, 8s 6d j P. Lynoh and R. Glazier, 2s 6d ; J. Clyburn and D. Robinson, 5s ; P, Crane. Is ; A. and R. Hynes 2s 6d ; S. Newton. Is 6d ; H. and G. McDonal...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

4»QiT£'icfi«!iv£f«iS tSdnkiQ9 Co,, of Sydney, Ltd. Capital Paid Up £1,000,000 J^eskuvf. Fl-n-d ' £1,010,000 21esiite ?Capital £ 1 ,000,000 j ^LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON -APPROVED SECURITIES. ^HIGHEST RATES A I, LOWED BOB .DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. -ALL USUAL BANKING- BUSINESS TRANSACTED. V. BLATCHFORD, Muneger Cfinowindra Brancli. ,[A Cam,. j Br. A. J. Davies, PHYS1CJAM AND SURGEON CANOWINDRA Harding & Pile R.D.S., S'JUaEOM DENTIST, j MAY BE CONSULTED AT IWATTS' PHARMACY, -KENDALL STREET, COWRA, ? FORBES ?ows from 9 a.m. till Sp.m. 'THE CAWOWINDRA STAR AND Woodstock Recorder. i TRTB\Y% OCTOBER 10, j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

Cazette Notices. Land District of Molong, No. 33,411 * from Bale generally pending completion of exchange, notified 28th' Soptomber, 1901. County of Ashburnham, parish of Nauami, containing an area of 50 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries : Commencing at the south east corner of portion 37 of 65 acres ; and bounded thence by part of the eastern boundary of that portion bearing north about 21 chains; thence by a line bear ing east to a point north of the north east corner,of portion 170 of 228 acres ; thence by a line bearing south to that corner ; thence by a north and by an east boundary of that portion bearing west and north to the point of commencement. Note. — The above is 'contracted to ba granted by way of exchange. [Ms. 1902-7,806 Dep.] Land district of Carooar— Revocation of Temporary Reserve, from Sale and lease. Part of reserve 32,567 from sale and lease generally, notified 27th March, 1901. County of Bathursl, parish of Calvert, area about 13 acres. Th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local News. Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

Local ftews. Conpetition. Mr. P. Lovett the enterprising' wafcli 'rniaber and jeweller erf Ge wra, is 'at pre sent conducting one of his unique com petitions, the prize being1 a 9c. gold bar ?brooch with name engraved. The com petition consists of 'forwarding the longest . English word in tlie English dictionary, ^and closes with the last day of October. If more than one person forwards the ?correct answer, the sfirst ?correct answer ^ received friil oe adjudged the winner.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

Official Correspondence. In reply to communications forwarded by him, the secretary of the Railway League, Mr. J. J. Finn has received the following correspondence-— - 4th October, 1902. Dear Mr. Finn, Your letter to hand re the proposal to construct a line of railway from Forbes to Cowra, via Eugowra, I at once made enquiries and found that the statement that matter has been placed in tho hands of the Public Works committee is wituout loundation. Alt that has been done' in the matter is that the Minister for Public Works, at the request of the Eugowra Progress Com mittee and others, has approved of an officer being depute! to make an explora- : tion and preliminary survey of the pro-' posed route, as 600n as euch an officer is available. — Sours faithfully, T. WADDELL. Mr. J. J. Finn, Sydney, 4th October, 1902. — S.ic- Railway Lciigno, Canowindra, — Dear Mr. F.ni, — Your letter of tho 2nd is to hand drawing my attontion to a tele gram appearing iu the ' Herald ' of tho 27th ult. re...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mt. Kembla Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

„ Mt. Kembla Fund. Jor some time past tlie pupils of the Socnl public school have been busily en gaged presenting to their parents and ?the public -of the 'district subscription lists Sn connection with the above fund, thus -?affording the charitably inclined an op- ' ?portunity to practically show their sym pathy towards those unfortunate widows ^and orphans left so by the terrible acci «uc iic -at me Mt. JvemoJa coxiiery recently. It speaks volumes for the district to say ^that the ? lists have been liberally sub scribed to, so much so that those who ?assisted may feel greatly proud of the ??effort compared with the -amounts re ceived at far larger centres than Cano windra. In the aggregate the amount ?collected reached £10 0s lGd,even though tio Bpecial effort by way of concerts or 'Other entertainment was organised, and the children deserve great credit for the manner in which they have persevered in connection with tho collections. That ?amount, we understand, has been for ward...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Department of Mines. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

Department of Mines. 1 ? l ANNUAL REPORT, The annual report of the Department of Mines for 19'il has only|just been pub lished and from it we cull the following particulars : — Canowindha. Division. The principal work done in this Divi sion during the past year has been by The Burdett, Limited. The main shaft has been sunk to the 500ft level, t nd the reef has been driven on for 300ft. at the 425ft level, and 400ft at the 500ft level. It is intended to sink the shaft to a depth of 800ft, and to then open out, when it confidently anticipated that good result ho nhtn.irifld. The Blue Jacket Mining Company, whose property has been hung up for some time, owing to litigation, commenced operations again in November last, and the work undertaken has disclosed most encouraging prospects. A number of small parcels of stone ob tained by prospectors were crushed at the Blue Jacket Company's battery. TI16 total yield for this division is esti mated at 1207ozs, Valued al. £3, ?920.'.' Cargo Divi...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Promising [?] [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

A Prnmklno- Dumii 'We notice that Master Oarl Logenj son «f the-Cargo P.M. was amongst the suc cessful candidates at the examination held ?at St. Josephs College, Hunters Hill 1 (Sydney centre) on Sept. 28th, by the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and Royal College of Music London, for violin. Considering Carl ms only been two months at Hunters jam h speaks volumes for his former 'teicher, Sister Pius, under whose tuition he had previously been. Wo hope to hear from time to time of Master Carls progress as he has the . appearance of being a bright clever lad.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

J, OUR JOBBING DEPARTMENT, IS REPLETE WITH THE VERY LATEST APPLIANCES CALCULATED TO ENABLE UsTO : TURN : OUT : SUPERIOR : WOKK — AT — & — : MODERATE-PRICES ALL JOBBING WE GUARANTEE EQUAL IN QUALITY TO CITY WORK AND OUR PRICES WILL CONVINCE YOU THERE IS NO NEED TO, SEND TOUR WORK TO CITF FIRMS. ? oo ? ? Give us a Trial i Description of Work Immaterial.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

« THE CANOWINDRA STAR' Circulates principally / amongst Farmers and M Settlors, £|j — and is the — Ej| best Advertising -Mo- » diuin for business people who desire to liringtini '^o ds under tho notice of thoBO gnntlemon, SUBSCRIPTION! Per Quarter ill advance. .... .3/ Pcr Quarter, booked ? 4 /- fiubscriptiou may commence at any time.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

Our School Picnic. [By Leo Bykne.T 1 am a native of Canowinara district, and first wont to school there. I have a great love for my native spot, and always like to read tlie ' Star ' and observe tlio doings, out there ?week by week. Tho scholars of the National Park School, where I now attend, had their annual pic-nic last Saturday, so I shall now try and send an account of it, as it may prove of interest to my former school mates who read the 'Star'. All the sn.linlars. nr.p.nmnanied bv their narents and teachers, as well as a number of grown up visitors assembled together at 10 o'clock on the lovely spring morning at the bank of Port Hacking River. There we found the steam launch ?' Ostrea,' (kindly lent for the day by the Park Trustees) awaiting us, with steam up and in readiness for a start. We were soon all on board with a fine cargo of well packed hampers. With our scl o )1 flag ?flying gaily overhead our vessel made good speed down the beautiful reaches of the river. In due t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

(Harrison, Jones & Devlin. l-td.,1 ! j LIBERAL ADVANCES, | i ACCURATE VALUATIONS 1 WHEN REQUIRED. 1 i PRINCIPALS having over 30 years [I experience, gg ! ' conduct ALL WOOL SALES. 1 Special attention to details, g Prompt returns a speciality, H I WEIGHTS CAREFULLY TAKEN. 1 ' WOOL SELLING BROKERS J Offices & Stores CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. J. O. M A R K A. ' iFRDERAT. COACH-BUILDING FXCT9RV:, CANOWINDRA. General Blacksmith and Undertaker, ^None bu't 'Crdc-claes tradesmen are employed at Marka'e. I ALSO wish to draw Bpeoial attention' '* to my 'Patent Tyre-Slirlnklng, Welding, ?end Upsetting Machinery. , SFjtob shrunk ?with aocnracy -while you wait. No Delay. Inspection of 'Work n't all times ?Cordially invited. ?CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. W, H. ATKINSON, BBIL0E8 & UNDERTAKER, . CANOWINDRA^ II LL classes of Building- material, Gal-' **? vamsed Iron, and Glass on hand at lowest Prices. 'ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL, DESCRIPTIONS OF WORK. funerals Conducted 'to any part...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE 'SILVER KING.' [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

THE ' S1LVEE KING.' Mr John Wm. Mackay was a typical example of the successful emigrant, for he landed in the United States as a mere boy from Dublin, without means, in fluence, and connections, made a fortune in ten years, lost it, made others, became the dominant influence in important com mercial enterprises, and died one of the richest men of the United States, if not of the world. An idea of his wealth may be conveyed by the fact that in 1873 be and his partner drew out of one of the Bonanza silver mines alone X30.000.000 The extraordinary fortune that attended him was due not lesB to his gifts of super vision than to his personal skill as a, miner, for even while money was accumu lating rapidly he worked in the lower levels with the pick side by side with his employes. In 1878, with Mr Flood and Mr Fair, he established the Bank of Nevada, with headquarters at San Fran cisco, and six years later he joined in the enterprise which was to make his name familiar throughout the worl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
School of Arts. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

School of Arts. COMMITTEE MEETING. Tho ordinary 'monthly meeting of the Committee of tho local School of Arts took place on Tuesday evening last when there were present, — Messrs T, L. Kirk land (vice-president in the chair), Jno. Boyd, E. J. Rourke, R. Ayrton, M. Abberton, J. H. Marshall, and J. Cook, 'sec. prc-teni.) | The secretary road the minutes of pre vious meeting which vera confirmed on fhe motion of Messrs. Boyd and Rourke. Being quarter night subscriptions wore then received from those present. Mr. Rourke suggested that in view of tlie intended visit of the Hon. the Stato Treasurer, Mr. T. Waddell, a committee be appointed to wait on that gentleman in reference to matters connectod with their institution. Mr. Boyd moved ' That a committee consisting of Messrs Rourke, Kirkland, and Cook wait upon Hon. T. Waddell, and explain to him the intention of the committee in connection with the erection of a reading room and ascertain definitely what amou.nL of subsidy might be ex p...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CECILS. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

THE CEOIT.S. In the history of Fngland the house of Cfcil Vas long held a foremost place. In the days of the great Burleigh it pro duced as now, two members of the family in successive generations to hold high office under the Crown Lord Burleigh practically rul-'d England under Eliza beth. His second son, Robert Cecil, became Lord High Treasurer, and within the first two years of bis reign James I. had advanced him to the rank of Earl or oaus onry. jameB not only need Robert Ceoil but his house, and gently persuaded him to exchange Theobalds for Hatfield, which Chen belonged to the Crown and had recent memories of Qaeen Elizabeth. Now, once more, after nearly three centuries, a Ceoil aucceeda a Cecil, thongh this time it is a nephew and not a son. There are points of family resem blance between the distinguished ex Premier and th' Premier of to-day, the bulky marqnis and the Blender Leader of the HouBe of Commons. Lord Salisbury's interest in party politics was always desultory, an...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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Progress Committee, [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

Progress Committee, The usutl monthly meeting o£ the above took place in the ' School of Arts ' hall on Tuesday evening last, there being present,— Messrs. Jno. Boyd (vicepresi dent in the chair), R. Ayrton, L. Kirk land, M. Abberton, J, H- Marshall, J. Cook, and M. J. Finn (secretary.) The secretary read the minutes, and correspondence. To Road Superintendent Hope, Orange re repairs being effected to CargoCano -naA nn/1 wmoirA ranuired at corner of Tilga. and Ferguson streets To Road Superintendent Gracie Forbes, te repairs required to Forbes road, To Hon- 1\ Waddell at the instance of the President of the Progress Commit-' tee, requesting that the Works Depart ment be urged to carry out the work of metalling aud forming on Canowiiidra Cowra road known as contract No. 12/023 for which tenders were recently called and pointing out that thd committee had been creditably informed that it was now the intention of tho Department not to proceed with the work until next year owing to the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FRENCH PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 10 October 1902

THE FRENCH PBEM1EB. 2£. Emile Comb s, who succeeded M. Waldeck-EousBeau as Prime Minister of France, is a man of retiring disposition, Bcarcely known outside the Senate, where he was often vice-president, and where for five years he has been the recognised leader of the Radical proup. In spite of his sixty-seven years ' Pere Combes/ as be is called at the Luxembourg Palace, is vigorous and energetio. He is a white haired, wirv man, live teet three inches in height. His bright, sparkling eyes aje half-concealed by gold eye-glasses, and he glides about at a rapid pace, often with a book or p,rtfolio under his arm, like a little white mouse. His parents intended him for the Churcb, but he became first a village phvsician, and later a school master. The formation of his Cabinet, which is the forty-first since 1871, w^s j effected in the unprecedented period of forty-eight hours. M. Combes is not a brilliant orator, bnt has a logical, business like way of stating a case tbat carries with...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Woodstock Recorder
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