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Sporting Notes. [BEGGAR BOY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Sporting Kates. [Bjsggah Boy.] * At Penrith, last week in the trotting a event, Mt John Swindle's Don (Jleve ' (scratch), who was giving his opponents 1H)0 yards stavt in a two-mile contest, met 'fcrith a slight accident, necessitating' his driver (Bill Woodhnui) pulling him up and mending matters. He then ran Kjcond in the event. Biily Woodhaui still continues iu a 'Winning vein 'with the locaiiy bred horse Nyrang, bred by Mr John Ginty of Oak .Farm, being by Young Trojan, out of 'Weasil, who succeednd in winning the principal event at Forest Lodge, carrying tlie tufy burden, of 8st 91b. ./ Next week I 'will supply the ' Star ' readers with, the nominations for the ©vont of the year — The .Melbourne Cup
Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Local Directory Auctioneers. E Finn and W J Flannigan. John Finn Acf uic iilt ural Machinery . T\ Robinson & Co.,— H. L. Bu'en. Banks. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — A E Smith Br.ACRSM? rns axd Wheelwrights R Avrton J 0 Marka 1) R M'Donald Bootmaker J Carter Builders W H Atkinson Baker. J Forrester Coach axt- Bcggy Builders D R McDonald R Avi ;,on J C Marka Cycle Depot. Cowra Cycle Depot,- — H. L, Bu^en. Hoiel Keererp. M Dwver, .T-nnciiou Hotel J H TK-wM, Victoria Hotel I S apple axo Harness Makers | J I'i Nuvvlaud Atkinson -~-ros\ Ixsuraxce Agencies. _ : Austral an Mutual Provident Society | k Limited. — 11. L. Bull en, Agent. Imperial Fire Insurance Coy., — H. L Biulen, Agent., [ Liverpool, and Loudon and Globe Fire and Lif*i. — J. J. Finn, Agent. I Sl'QREKBEEl'KRS 4 J B n yd IT Finn W, Pendall U?n3ERTAKERS 'W H Atkinson J C Marka Wool axd Produce Bu;eri. T Brspen E J mu and W J Flamiig&n
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Cargo, Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 7 a.m. Walli and Lyndhurst, Monday and rhiir.sday at 11.30 a.m. Groo]af,-)iig, Friday at 12 noon. Lock wood and Burdett on Thursday at 11.30 a.m. WOODSTOCK. GEORGE MARSHALL OECrS to announce to his Friends and ® the Public generally that he is now keeping the COIMERCIAL HOTEL. 'Wines Spirits, and Beers of the Best j Brands. I Goad Stabling and Secure Crass! Paddocks. j All Communications regarding Truck- ! ing and Untrucking of Stock and other f loading, or Consignments of same will be promptly attended to. W. H, ATKINSON, BUILDER & UNDERTAKER, CANOWINDRA. RLL classes of Building material, Gal vanised Iron, and Glass on hand at Lowest Prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN FO'R ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 'WORK. j - ? ' [Funerals Conduced to any part of- the District. CANOWINDRA BOOT PALACE!!! JOHN CARTER f^ERTIiES to announce to the puVc of ; Canow and sv .?or-ic'-'ng dis tricts that lie lias opened a Bnot and Shoe Establishment adjoining Mr. AVm. MfA Hster...
Farming Notes HOME CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Farming Notes HOME CHEESE. In making cheese by tlie dain*men at Home, where tliev do not have a vat with a heating arrangement underneath, the milk can he heated in a tin heater set in a kettle, in ^vhieh there is a quan tity of water. A dairy kettle is the best, fhat is, a kettle and 8to\re eombinded. If you do not have this, you can use a cauldron kettle, set in a areh, if there is enough so that it cannot smoke, as the smoke would taint the milk ; then Ity filling the tin heater Tvith milk, and warming it up to about 100 deg. Fahr and turning it in the rat and filling it up again and heating it, and continuing to do so until tlie temperature of the milk in the vat is 86 deg. Fahr. it could all be warmed. Then add rennet extract, re duce with one quart of water, at tho m*e of three ounces to 1000 pounds t f milk, thoryughly stirred, so that it will be evenly distributed through the whole mass of milk. - ^Vhen the curd is hard enough so that it will cleave from the side of the vat ...
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
m k Fastai and Telegraphic Informaticn. ? m . Office Hours. yg OSice open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 'J ; ; rapli Office open 9 r.vu. to 8pm SSI lloncy Order j. d^:,y .'?oni 9 a.m. t pin. Satiudaf r.-om 0 a.m. to 1 p-'J'U--- H Sa'.Ings Bank open d. 'V om 9 a.m iB r- p.Ri. Satui-da.y 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 'J V'.i O jl-iJi, \i IV -. j iu Postal Notes (Sale -of) dining post r fr, e ixvmxs ; cashing, dining money ^ -JT K'-V ln'A'YS. ^ -All offices are ^losf-d durirg f oi tin g of mails 'i oni Sydney at 11 a.m ff ly ? Arc. 'A l of Mails. From Sydney G.P.O. and 'Woodstock, at 11- 5 a.m, ^ )ovrr?L Tuesday, Tlinrsday and Satxn'- -ky at 11-^0 a.m. i1 ,J IXigo^rrs, Tuesday and Saturday at p.m. I d\y at 3 p.m. ] T Wa5Ti awl L\A-llivTst» Wednesday and j 'M: i**!' ' day at 1 , :5 0 p .m. OooksgiTirig, 'Frirlav at 8 p.m. i/;ock^'-}od aud Bardett, Thv''sday at 6. /3 pan. -%f DErARl.nJE w Mi. iiS. i'fe For Sydney and 'Woodstock, daily al r_ 2-30 p.m % !,%' Coto, Monday, Wednesday and Fil day at 11,15 a.m. Eis...
Mining News. GOSPEL OAK MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Mining News. GOSPEL OAK MINES. From what we can glean the Gospel Oak property is about to be opened o it and thoroughly developed. Mr. ! DeBeare, who has been for some months j working this mine and has about 10s 1 tons of payable stone at crrass, intendO shortly to have the battery at present on the field renovated and put in good working order. This will be a benefic:al move to prospectors in the vicinity, as it will enable them to have their stone crushed and treated near their own claims, thereby avoiding the enormous cost of carting. Mr, DeBeare has over come the difficulty of water supply, lie has a splendid dam capable of supplying a sufficiency of water for all purposes for some time to come. He is to be con gratulated on the construction of this (lam, since, being built 011 rough and broken country, it has caused 110 little trouble and outlay. Mr. Peter Ilines and party, whose claim is close by the Gospel Oak and known as the ' Road Claim/ has been activcl}7 engaged. Alread...
THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. Some of the principal farmers of the dis trict have approached us in reference to sending relief to the distressed natives of India. There are at the present time 24 millions of human beings in India suffer ing- from a long succession of droughts, many of whom are dying daily from starvation. The English aud Indian Governments are relieving some nine millions of these poor people, and have appealed to the civilized world to render further assistance. It is proposed that each farmer should forward to C:um wmdraat his earliest opportunity one bag of wheat towards this deserving object, and we have been requested to act as ' receiving officer.' This honor Ave gladly accept, and having a large buggy shed at the back of our office at present empty, we are prepared to receive and store each donation as it comes to hand j until such time as a sufficient number of bags are in hand to j ustify us in forwar- 1 ding them to Sydney via Cowra. Mr James O'Malveny, the well...
Special Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Special Race Meet Ing. A special meeting of members of the Canowindra Jockey Club was held in the Hall on Tuesday June 5th. — Present — T.Finn, Esq. J.P., (chairman), Messrs A J Grant, Thos Breen, A H Grant, T P Grant, R Ayrton, L Kirkland, E. Finn, M Dwyer, A E Smith, M Thompson, J. Bovd, and M J Finn (Secretary). Proposed by J Boyd, seconded by A E Smith, that a plain No 8, 1 wire fence he - _ jt - ? j erected, uamcu. Proposed by A J Grant, seconded by J Boyd, that tenders for suckering and grubbing be carried out at once, Carried, Proposed by E. Finn, seconded by J Boyd, :that Messrs T P Grant, A E Smith, E Finn, T Breen, and Secretary act as Works Committee. Carried. Proposed by A E Smith, seconded by J Boyd, that Membership fees be re duced to 10/6 providing 40 persons be* come Members. As an amendment it v^as proposed by A J Grant, seconded by E Finn, that the fese be not ruducrd. V rrvu~ r. ? , 2 T _ ? ? * j.uu uiuuuu wo.© uttix'ieu. ny ci jj;hjo4- ity. The following gentleme...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
General Hews. It is confidently felt that Mr Chamberlain will adhere to the compromise of the Privy Council Clause in the Commonwealth Bill. Leprosy prevails in tlie Island of Cuba to an alarming extent Mr Brown-Potter has obtained a divorce from his wife (the actress) on the grounds of desertion. Only one case of plague in Sydney yesterday.
Stray Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
r ? Stray Notes. FBv ' DlOGEN'ES.,,n Great uncertainty prevails as to the degree in whicli English visitors will patronise the Paris Exhibition. All feeling about boycotting the exhibition £or the sake of Dreyfus has died away, i»ut some atrocious cartoonist in the Pari etal? gutter press have revived animosity in the minds of many Britons, although , the really representative men and wo juen of France have no more to do with such insults than, the earnest among our- ' selves' have to do with the vulgar jokes and jibes against President Ivruger. 1 « v U U O&e collateral enterprise connected' with the Exhibition is the organising of ass. immense series of international con gresses, to which large numbers of leaders j ia science, art, literature, education, and philosophy will assemble for interchange of information, and discovery and method. As this series, from April to October includes no less than 170 gatherings, it is evident that many will be simultaneous ; but almost ev...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Indian Famins Fund. \The following are the names of those wlio have contributed to this deserving fund, each giving one hag of wheat : — James A Rue J H Marshall Wm Halliday Alex McDonald James Goodacro Chas AVhitmee Joseph Jones T J Crawford F Craven H. L. Bullen, Secretary. . Special Notice. A LECTURE, Illustrated by Lantern Views on Insect Pests, will be given in the SCHOOL OF fARTS, TO-NIGHT, Friday. 8th lust at 8 p.m. Admission FREE: Specially interesting to Fanners and Orehard ists, by MR. W. W. FROGGATT, Government Eutomologist. Farmers and settlers' asso ciation OF NEW SOUTH WALES. CANOWINDRA BRANCH. SCHOOL OF ARTS, 1 Oth JUNE, at 3 p.m Meeting will be bold as above. .BUSINESS— To consider subjects for consideration at Annual Conference. July 5th, viz., 1. Reports from Officers & Committees* 2. Laud Trustees aud Stock Routes. 3. State Bank 4. Bag Question and Grain Sheds 5. Live Stock and -Rabbit Acts 0, Railways and Transport 7. Water Conservation 8. Constitution Am...
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Local Topics. A Narrow Escape. — On Saturday afternoon last, whilst proceeding to Canowindra a rather peculiar accident occurred. It appears that Miss Clyburn had taken a trip out to her sister's (Mrs B- Rice) home for the purpose of driving that lady to town, and whilst coming down a hill on the return journey one of the traces became detached from its fastening, coming in contact with the fore legs of the horse. The traee trip- j ping the animal, he stumbled along for ! a considerable distance and eventually! fell, pulling Miss Clyburn, who retained j her hold on the reins, over the dash- i board. Fortunately the horse, though a young one but recently broken in, was of a quiet disposition, as Mrs. Rice was with her child thrown out of the trap and under the overturned vehicle. Both ladies escaped any serious injury, Mrs. Rice receiving a blow on the head which crushed her hat and broke two hat-pins, ; leaving- but a slight bruise, and Miss Clyburn a bruised knee, which is at pre s...
LARRIKINISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
LAKRIKINISM. That Canowindra and other country towns may congratulate themselves from immunity from larrikin ism lias been strongly evidenced in Sydney during the past fortnight. Serious disturbances have nightly taken place between the soldiers and larrikins, endangering the lives of law-abiding- citizens whose busi and calling happen to take them jn the vicinity where fie troubles occur. Last 'Wednesday night Market street was the scene of a most disgraceful riot, in which fully a thousand persons joined. It seems the larrikin s for some con* eiderablg time, have been annojdng the Artillery in every way, hooting and in sulting them when they chanced to come Ann mi fitrA of n UiJU iJL VftW fiil- Cki l;XJLLU» XUC LiUUUltJ Culminated on Wednesday night, when a general free-fight took place between these two sections and to make matters worse, tlie' police who appear to side ?with t;h« push interfered, when one of them was severely mauled by the soldiers. Three arrests were made, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
% tff . THOMAS FINN, [ESTABLISHED 1874/) GROCER DRAPER & GENERAL STOREKEEPER ROBINSON STREET, CANOWINDRA. NEW GOODS FOR WINTER wear are now on view at Finn's, TITE NEWEST THINGS in PRESS GOODS. UP TO DATE Clothing and Mercery. THE LARGEST AND BEST Assorted Stock of General Drapery in the District is to be seen at Finn's [ and the Value Defies Competition. — ! — - ^ Groceries as usual at Lowest Prices ; I still sell Yankee Doodle Tobacco at 4s. per lb. The Ironmongery, Crockery, and Furnishing Departments are Well Assorted, Best Brands kept and marked at Bedrock Prices. 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 TERMIMUS HOTEL FOR ALL COACHES. Passengers booked for Woodstock Walli, Lyndhurst, and Mandurama, J. H. MARSHALL, Pkopbietob. EU6EE FINN & WJ.FLAHAGA8 AUCTIONEERS, :: VALUATORS. STOCK, STATION, AND GENE RAL COMMISSION AGENTS. Cash purchas...
The "Boxers" in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
The ' Boxers ' in China. Tlie *4 Boxers ' have captured and murdered Mr, Norman aud Mr. Robinson, together with five native Cliristians of the North China Mission. The insurgents routed tho Imperial Chinesa troops whilst defending1 the Tientsin Railway, The port of Tientsin is threatened, but is de fended by voiimteeivs under Major Higgs-— late of the 16th Lancers. The Dowager Empress of China has ordered the Government to face all Europe, and not interfere with the '? Boxers.' She has issued a '? secret ' decree prohibiting the Chinese troops firing on tho ' Boxers.' The Admiral of the American squadron has telegraphed the United States Government that an ongagementhascommenced at Taku Harbor.
Telegraphic News. The Transvaal. THURSDAY, 3 p.m, SURRENDER OF PRETORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 8 June 1900
Telegraphic News. The Transvaal. Thursdyt, 3 p.m, SURRENDER OF PRETORIA. Pretoria Avas completely hemmed in by twenty-five thousand British troops under Lord Roberts. The enemy was driven from the mouth of their positions j ust before dark on Mon day. The Boers retreated hastily through Pretoria. Lord Roberts demanded the surrender of the town. General Botha sent a messenger with a letter to Lord Roberts, who awoke him at midnight, proposing an armistice in order to settle terms. Lord Roberts refused to discuss terms, and said the surrender must be uncon ditional., lne town surrendered ne.vx, morning: Mrs. Ivrugei' and Mrs Botha are at Pretoria . Some of the prisoners which the Boers had taken, had been removed, but- the majority were still at Waterval. One hundred British officers were found in Pretoria looking well. Four hundred and sixty four Imperial Yeomanry were captured by the Boers at the battle of Senekal. Great rejoicings are taking place throughout Great Britain.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cowra. — Mass every Sunday at 9 aud 11 o'clock a.m.., devotions and benediction at 7.30 a.m. ; Mass on week days at 7'30 a.m. ; Mass on Holy Days at S o'clouk a,m. ; Stations of the ross aud Benediction on Friday evenings at 7.30 Mt. McDonald.— First Sunday of the month Mass at 11 o'clock v.m. ; Devotions at 7,30 p.m. Mass on the following morning at. 7.30. Canowmdra.— Second and fourth Sundnys of the month, 3Iass at 11 a.m., devotions and bene diction at 7.30 p.m.; Mass on the following mornings at 7.30 a-m. Woodstock.— Third Sunday of the month, Mass at : 1 a.m. ; devotious at. 7.30 p.m; Mass on the following: roorniujr at ¥.S0 a.m. Eujrowra.— Fifth Sunday of the month (u-hob owramnjr'i, Mass at 11 o'clock a.m. ; devotions and benediction at 7,30 p.m., Macs on riiefrl lmvinc: morning at 7.30 a.m. Mass^ on the Tuesday after the second Sunday si 10 o'clock. Revs. D. O'Keunedy and P. 5. Doiau,
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900
Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services are held in different churches in the Cano-windra Circuit as follows : — Canowmdra, 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m 3rd Sunday, at 7 p.m. ; 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. Mt. McDonald — 1st Sunday at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Woodstock — 2nd Sunday at 7 p.m., ; 4th Sunday at 4 p.m. Walli— 2nd Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Goolagong — 3rd Sunday at 11 a.m. Lockwood. — 5th Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Holy Coin auxrox — Canowindra. — Every 4th Sunday at 12.15 p.m., and on Saints' days and Festivals as circumstances permit, and by specia notice. Other places by special notice. Baptisms and 'Weddings. — Notice should be given at least one week before date wherever possible. Rev. Ernest Lethbridge,