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Stud Sheep Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 July 1901

Stud Sheep Sales* The annual stud sheep sales wore in. augurated by Goldsbrough, Mart ai-d Co., Ltd., yesterday - Monday) when th«re. was a large and thoroughly repre sentative gathering of buyais. Good progress was. made with the sales prices being, on the whole, very s:iti Tho. folio wing are a few of the principal sales : — Buffalo Bill, 250 guineas ; resem blance, sold to the Hon. R, H. Eoberts for 200gs.; Primate, 345g*., to Martin Bro*. ; The Sooto 190gs., to M. Oakden; Adolphus, 145gB., to A. T. Hayley; Fatherland, 85gs., to Danger and Mc Donald Bros. ; Magician, 540gfi., to Jas; Eatriok ; special stud ram, by Swutidu:*, 370gs., to G. H. Hebden; same ISiVH.', to Pbel River Co.; same, 170gs., i.o Go don Bros. ; Radical, 185gs. ; special stu.l.?., HOgs. and lOOgs., on account of Ru&soll Gibson ; Sir John, bred by Geo. Bruce, sold at 200grs. to Mr. Jliller ; Loyalty III., 405gs. ; Young Royal Hero, 380gs.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 July 1901

Local and General Topics.' During the ensuing month, iu the urapc-ry, boot and shoe department it is my intention to sell at greatly reduced prices prior to stocktaking. — Thos. linn. : Advt. In this issue is called the last meeting ?f the present committee of the Canow iudra l,, A. and II. Association, the date being Saturday , July 13. It is iiardlj- necessary to impress upon tlie present members the nece.=siiv of be coming financial between that 'date and August 10th, on which date the annual meeting falls. Subscriptions for 1902 ?will be' received by the secretary, Mr. J. -J . Finn, at any time. The: only business' transacted at the meeting of the Progress Committee on Tuesday evening last was the passing ot a motion calling tho attention of the authorities to the state of the Canowin dra side of Gospel Oak Hill and the r e^n Creek, both on the Woodstock r ®pen in our advertisement ?columns an efiort is to be made to insti tute a debating society in Canowindra, anu we wish the e...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 July 1901

Singer Sewing Machines. — Loc a agency, G. T. Ex ton, opposite Soap factory, Cowra. All sundries supplie d Call or write. — Advt- Wade's 'Worm Figs are most effective. Children thrive after taking them. ls,6d. For Children's Hacking Cough at night 'Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, lsGd. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. Barclays8 EUCALYPTI Sydney. EXTRACT for 6 years. Atkinson Bros, for Saddlery

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Politics at Nyrang. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 July 1901

Politics at Hyrang. (From our Correspondent.) Very little interest is taken in politics here, perhaps on account of,, there being no one to stir up the latent opinions of the local inhabitants, and unfortunately numbers who would under different circumstances take a most lively interest in thinfj-s political, whilst at Nyrang 1 ? Jl— ? j. j._ ; ? ? _ * x. auunjiwii, uj uujuno tv* iu the candidates standing for the elector ate of which we are a portion. On Monday eveuing last, however, quite a stir was made by Mr. G. K. Minter, who, evidently seeing the stato of coma into which our residents had fallen decided to waken them up a little p.pd give them something to think of. This gentleman, with the object of infusing a little life into the voting for Wednesday last in augurated a meeting to be held at Mr. T Mobbs' residence and between 40 and 50 persons put in an appearance. Mr. Minter read addressses delivered by the Liberal candidates Messrs. T. Brown (Member for Canoblas) and Mr. W...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church of England Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 July 1901

Church of England Bail. That the people of Canowindra and district are of a sociable disposition and liberal nature has been amply proved by the past successes attendiug functions in aid of worthy objects, but this was never more evidenced than on Wednesday evening last on the occasion of the i luilfli n -r nf til o bnll for 1 1t p mirnose of I raising funds to form a suitable presenta tion to Rev. E. Lethbridge, Church of England Minister for the Canowindra Parish. This gentlemen, we regret to hear, intends resigning from the Clergy about the 1 st September, owing to the possibility of his losing the use of his eyes should ha continue the 'course of study necessary to him as ji clergyman. Mr. L'etKbridge will, it is expected, visit' Canowindra before he finally resigns, when it is anticipated the presentation will be made. The financial result of the effort, will not be known for some little time, as there are collection lists at tho various centres of the parish, Walli, Goo'agong,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

Wedding Bolls. Last week at the residence of Mr. McKonzie( Liverpool street, Cowra, by the Rev. Seymour-Smith, Mr. John Howey, of Wellington, son of the late Mr. William Howey, an old and and respected resident of Cowra, was married to Miss Janet Herbert, of Wellington. Mr. W. Howey (brother of the bride groom) acted as best man, and Miss McGann, of Wellington, as bridesmaid. There was a large number of friends present to witness the ceremony, and I congratulations were showered upon the happy couple from all quarters. After partaking of refreshments the happy couple departed by the mid-day train on their honeymoon. We join in the &ood wishes by with isg Mr. and Mrs. Howoy .happiness and prosperity in their wedded life.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Open Column. THE RABBIT PEST. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

Our Open Column. THE RABBIT PEST, (To the Editor.) Dear Sir.— Some few months back Mr. G. K. Minter gave a long address iu the School of Arts, explaining and illustrating to the farmers and others the best means of destroying rabbits, and I believe Mr. Minter's address was the means of doing a lot of good iu stirring ue people up tu iigui tne pest from tne start ; but I for one don't agree with Mr. Minter when ho declares him self to be not iu favor of having the dis trict declared rabbit infested, and whon he says the inspector would prove the worst rabbit to deal with. I would like to ask Mr. Minter how we are going to deal with holders of land who will not make any effort to destroy the rabbits on their land, and therefore in reality provide ^breeding pens for them. I think Mr. Minter will agree with me when I say that there are numbers of landholders who will not make ail effort to destroy the rabbits or anything else nntil they are compelled to, and I there tore think that to h...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Story of Mr. Kruger. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

A Story of Mr. Kruger. The subjoined characteristic anecdotes of Mr. Paul Kmger furnish nmueing ex amples of his lack of chivalry for the fair sex and his innate love of economy. Paul Kruger in polite society would appear to be as much out of place as a bull in a china shop. It is relatod that at a social gathering given in his honour Borne time ago, one of Bloemfontein's eweetest lady singers gtve an artistic rendering of a popular song. The lady of the hou^c, turning to Oom Paul, who was paobably pining for a pipe, asked : — ' How did your honour like that ?' He bluntly replied : — ' I go into the veldt when I want to hear the alie-wolf scream !' The fair hostess's feelings may be VelW iir.apir.ed than described. When Oo-n Paul first visited Eng lanl he was tho object of much concern to hi6 fellow pawPTtgers on board the liner from Capo Town, many of whom were consumed with curiosity when they noticed his absence from the dinner - table iot the first four days out. On in quiry the...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From the Transvaal. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

Prom the Transvaal. The following interesting letter has been received by Miss Newton, from her brother, Trooper G. H. Newton, who Volunteered for the Transvaal some months ago, and who, since his arrival lias been in hospital : — Johannesburg Hospital, May 29, 1901. Dear sis,— - 1 now scravri you «. iew lines, hoping you are in the best of health, as I am at present, although I have had an operation performed to try and cure my old complaint, which, it ap pears, is more serious than I thought. The doctor said that in time it would | have choked me, as it was a tumorous growth beginning above the tonsils and j swelling right up the back of the faee, affecting ears, eyes, and nose. I have it) undergo another operation shortly, «s on both occasions on which they have operated they had not the instruments to ^finish the work. I am not allowed exer- : tim «ay kind, but play draughts and. cards, and wad and smoke aU -day long. I have tho best of food — roast beef, - 'vegetables, custard,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

Produce Ropsrt. '.V ?-.vdrwy Woolbrokers Association *o-. i'a-: follows WMk ending Julie SSr1'. Woct. ral .'unrkot remain?, auiet, but th- ('iintncuone that liavo. been-j «jai ? : ov.t hive Siaou at full rates. Tito In. ? : iiturest oi the week has centred, in lilt-' . .??uiiig of the fuu.i t II sorius of Lon da futd tlie cables advise a fall of' 6 i'3.' conf for meriuos aud 10 per cent for £t-iY-d«. tSales will be helcl in the market llext Tuesdaj' and AVednesday, wfcou eljout 3,600 bales will be offered. PRODUCE. Sh.eepskias-— Tho tone of tho market Mras not so strong, still prices cannot be actually quoted Iower- Tallow,— There was an increased de mand both ou local and shipping ao ?counts And last week's prices were wel maintained throughout. Hidos.— Fair sused catalogues were available, competition was dull, and N, 9.'\V» hides declined par to £d per lb, 'whilst Queensland lines vrero a |d lower. Fui'skins.-—Supplies were moderate. Red Kangaroo and heavy wallaby sold in buyers ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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PREBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

PREBYTHRIAN CHURCH. Canowmd-ra, — Third Snudhy of every month,. Rev. E, J. Thomson. j

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

ANTHONY . HORDERN'S! PAROUS LOW PRICES, ^ MAKE SHOPPING AT ... Anthony Horderns' A Profit Producing Delight. COUNTRY PEOPLE are advised to take full advantage of these FINAN CIAL BLESSINGS, which Improve the Home, lighten the heart, and make the. sometimes Hard Task of running a .large family on a small income, a POSITIVE PLEASURE. Anthony Hordern's will be pleasek to send PRICE LISTS and PATTERNS, also full information on any Point required, POST FREE ANYWHERE. Terms : Spot Casta. BE WISE ! BUY EVERYTHING AT Anthony Hordern's Price Lists and Patterns Sent POST FREE Everywhere. - ANTHONY HORDERN & SOUS, Only Universal Providers, HAYHARKET (ONLY) SY0HEY. ' He matt surelygrow 'em lM ORCHARD'S 'RAILWAY' TIMEKEEPER, UBJ Guaranteed to keep time to a minute a week for a Years. 9^. A 0r»ni Knoek-abcat Watch. Biauttfolly KlckeUd and Eeylets. R* B ORCHARD WATCH1IASIB & JEWILLEB, 793 Oeorjte'St.. Sydney Yours for 9s. «»' -«i. »»».»»«. EUMSErS HONEST SEEDS. Special Inducement A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

Harry D. Buckingham, ROVAL fXCMSE HCTEL — SOUg R A. (OppositoJRailwayJStation.) FIRST-CLASS JAccommodation for r Visitors and Excellent Stabling. Attentive Groom oa^ the Premises. Horse Boxes. A VERY SUPERIORSECOND TABLE Firsl-class paddocks, with ail abun dance of Grass and Water. All trains met liy the hotel porter : Luggage carefully attended to. None but the host brands of Wines a.i;d Spirits kept in stock. JUNCTION HOTEL. ^ C A N 0 W I N D R A, MATT. DWYER, PROPRIETOR, Only Wines The . Spirits Bast And Brands ' Bsors Kajtt In Stock. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. VICTORIA HOTEL, CANOWINDRA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. None but the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits, etc., kept in Stock. Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. THE TEE-MINUS HOTEL FOR ALL COACHES. Passengers - booked for Woodstock Walli, Lyndhurst, and Mandurauia. S. H. MARSHALL, Pkophietoe. PREMIER BAKERY. S. BATES, Baker, Confectioner, ? . . . . J» and Pastrycook. CANOWINDRA, BEST quality of bread supplied daily, also MEAL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

«u.' ! ? 'ww '*?**'? - c * . * ? - hiada^es, . , -. Ap frogueijtly- paused ;th£^gh';defoclivp? -? ?- ? . rj ' - : 'sight? *A»$-ae in need , of correctly': ; .. .rsijiapted Sp'eetacl-?s should '-visit * * . ' 'WATT, ?;*? '. ' ??? ???? ESssBifst and tJptlela ? STREET, ; ??- '? * cb'WRA. Sight Tested Pree ? Teelh ' Carefully Estractod 2s Gd. M COMMITTEE MEETING of tho **? CAWWINDBA- JOCKEY CLUB ?will bo beld at tise Sclioolot Arts' .m : . TUESDAY, 16th July, at .8 p.m, Busi ness as to the advisability ol holding u. race meeting it) September.. ''' ' ?£. J. FINN, '(Eoa. See.) EAILWAY LEAGUE MEETiFG, School of Arts Kali, July 20th, 8 p.m. . J. J. FINN, (Sue.) Tq 'Teamsters.. atsd Others. '?|p V.r';)Ej?S will V' received by the Undersigned tip till WEDNESDAY 24th iimt, fcr unloading at Woodstock and delivering at, 13arby_^ -F alls, £00 tone, (more -or lesa)- o£ b'nogo Vj&iterisl. Specificitiiina tc ' l:e fl^eri with Eugano Finn at Crraowlildra; ? Tenders iu bo addressed lo.- . J. ...

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General Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

General Chat. At Molong last week a youngster named Tucker had hie leg badly broken whilst attempting to get into a dray from the back, his foot catching between the spokes of the wheel. Upon being taken to the hospital about two inches of bone was protruding through the flesh, which had to be sawa off before the broken lii&b could be set. Atkinson Bros', for eaddwry ! Atkin son Bros'. For harness ! Atkinson Bros', for quality ! Atkinson Bros', for repairs and all trade requisites ! — Advt. Thus the Molong ' Express ' : — A gun club has been formed at Canovrin dra with a half-guinea membership. It was initiated amongst the ' shooting sticks ' of the ' Star ' office, and Mr. J. Cook, ' Star ' editor, is the secretary. If the gun club shoot ahead as the ' Twinkler ' has done, it will be a credit to the district. Thanks ! muchly 3 A gentle pat is better than a kick sometimes, A meeting of the local iacil board takes place' oa Ctli August at the Court House, Canowindrr., in lieu...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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School of Arts. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

School of Arts. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. .ine adjourned annual meeting of the above took place on Tuesday evening last, when there were present Messrs. J Boyd (President), T J Finn, L Earkknd, E J Rourke, J Cook, and V. Blatchford and B. Kiohmond. ' The report and balanoe-Bheet were tnen read, showing that the committee had at the beginning of the year started with a credit balance of £18 la iod - During the year £8 5a had been paid for legal services, besides other expenses amounting to £&. and the present balance a credit of £16 15a 2d. The building fund at present stood at £21 19s 6d, which was very creditable. Mr. Finn moved that the report and ibalance-Bheet as read be adopted. Se conded by Mr. Coo k and carried. The president announced that this being the annual meeting of the mem bers of the School oi Arts, it waa necessary to make a fresh start, and called on all present in the hall to forward and become members, informing them that thoy would then be entitled to a ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

-- -.-r ^.rs^^siz — ^ ?YHi£ I Ccz&ffier&la) Banking £s. m Sy&asy, LIMITED. Capital Paid Up .. £1,0.10,000 0 0 Sesekvb Fuxn .. 1,' 10, 000 0 UESERYB IjLiWLlTY' . . 1,000,000 0 0 f3, 010, 000 0 0 HIGHEST HATES ALLOWED FOE. DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. Drafts granted on tlie Bank's London Branch, and on its Agents in the Colo ilies, England, Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere. Bills Discounted. Advances made on liens ok Wool and other approved securi ties, and all usual Banking business transacted. ? ' V. BLATCHFORD. Manager, Canowindra Branch. Barclay EUCALYPTI Sydney, EXTRACT for 6 yea*. DR. GEOFFREY LEES, SYDHET. MAT be consulted at Canowindra from this date. He intends making arrangements to visit Cargo, Eugowra, and Goolagong regularly,, at 111 oax^y date, B1SPEHSARY AT CAH0W1NDRA. MRr~S. A, NASH, ^DENTIST.# CANOWINDRA. &JDDRESS — NEXT TO KERR'S, BAKERY, THE CANOWINDRA STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 12.

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Our Open Column. THE CANOWINDEA STOCK RESERVES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

Our Open Column. THE CANOWINDEA STOCK RE SERVES. (To the Editor.) Sir.1 — As a traveller through your dis trict I was astonished at the large areas of land that are quite adjacent to your town that seem to be unoccupied. On making enquiry I was informed that the areas referred to are travelling ttock reserves, and are not under lease to sny one. Well, Sir, what are the people of Canowindra doing ? Why do they not agitate for the revocation of these re serves? In a settled district such ac Canowindra, it seems monstrous that such large areas are retained by the Crown for a breeding ground for rabbits and other perts. It is useless for ad jacent farmers to destroy vermin of any Irind where such breeding grounds st« are retained by the Crown. If these reserves are required for travelling, stock, (I think they are not), tbe stock depart ment should be compelled to keep down vermin by obtaining from all stock that travel over them, some fee, this to be ap plied to keeping the reserves cl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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School of Arts Building. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

School of Arts Building. At the annual meeting of the members of the School of Arts held on Tuesday evening last Mr. T. J. Finn spoke strongly in urging the gentlemen present (the majority of whom, by the way, were pre sent to attend meetings to be held im v . i 4l.nl flohnCll Clf i mediately iutw* tu»v v* ~ — Arts) to support tbe institution, pointing out the necessity of keeping the institu tion going if only for the benefits to be derived by tho public from the use of the hall The institution was in a flourishing condition ; it was not as though they were being asked to subscribe to an in stitution with a deficit, everything was in & thoroughly prosperous condition. The outgoing committeo had, during the year decided upon constructing a _ reading Toom and supplying the hall with other conveniences, such as fireplaces, etc. Plans for these alterations, additions, etc., had been obtainod, approved of by the committee, and had been forwarded the Department lor .Education ror...

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Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 12 July 1901

Debating Club. A meeting, inaugurated by ft few of the most prominent members of the School of Arts, with the object of form ing a debatiug club in connection with that institution, was held on Tuesdav evening in the School of Arts there- being present— Messrs T J Finn, E J Rourke, J Boyd, G K Minter, W H Atkinson, G Ferguson, V Blatchford, 0 Wilson, V Minter, J Swindle, F Craven, J Craven, S H Howey, L Kirkland, B Richmond, J. Cook. Mr. E. J; Rourke having been elected chairman, explained the object of the meeting, and enlarged upon the benefits accruing from a debating society. The programme of such society should /con sist of perhaps, a subject for debate on the first meeting of the month, on the second a lecture, on the third & t-osial ' evening, and the fourth as the society might decide. He would ask some gentleman to move for the formation of a debating society. Mr. T J Finn proposed ' That it be considered advisable to establish a de bating society in Canowindr*.' Se...

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