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FARMERS & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

FARMERS & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. (To tU Editor. J Sm, — For the information of tho- far mers and settlers interested in the dis trict I would ask you to pubMsli tho following from the '? S. M. Herald ' of tho 8th inst: — 'The Annual Oonfe 'renee of the Farmers and Settlers' Asso- ' ciatian will this year be held in Sydney. The si tunas will commence ' in the 'Town Hall on Thursday, July 5. u Already a large number of delegates ' have been appointed from the various ' branches. The number that will be 'in attendance is estimated at from 150 'to 200. The Association now has, we are ' informed, upwards of 150 branches in ' the colony spread throughout the agri cultural districts from Albury ?i the ' south to Glen Innes in the north, and ' west as far as Nyngan and Coolabah.. ' One of the principal objects of the ' Association is to keep a watchful eye ' on land legislation. Other questions ' set down for discussion are — The Cen 'tral division leases and how they should 'be mad...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Correspondence. We fa not hold ourselves responsible for views expressed by our correspondent'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

. . ??'?.- ? ,. $ [ESTABLISHED 1874.1 SROCER DR A PER & GENERAL STOREKEEPER \ ROBINSON STREET, \ CANOWINDRA 7^ GOODS FOR WINTER wear are now on view at Finn's, ? TftJjJ^EWEST THINGS inDEESS GOODS. SJLIfL£^IS ^lotIai'» and Mercery. THE LARGEST ANB BEST Assorted Stock of Cenerar El' apery in the Pistrset is. to he seen at Finn's aud the ¥rJus Defies Competition. Crscsrles as usual at Lowest P)'ico,s : I still sell Yankee Qceclls Tobacco at 4s. psr Ib. v Tfca Ironmongery, Crockery, and Furnishing Departments are .Well Assorted, Best Brands kept and marked at Bedvoek Prices. ? KBTflRIA HflJEL, - .?I'OANOWiNDlJA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. None hiit. the Best Brands cf AVines jiTid Spirits, etc., kept in Stock. Good Stabling ami Loose Boxes. charges moderate. The termimus hotel fob all COACHES. Passengers looked for 'Woodstock Walli, Lyndburst, and Mandurama. J. H. MABSHALL, PltOl'KIETOR. EH8E«£ FINft.WJ.FUUBAR AUCTIONEERS, ::' VALUATORS. STOCK, -STATION, AND (1ENE BAL COMMISSION AGENTS....

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THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

THE ORCHARD, Handle fruit as you would eggs. fc A fa.ini without fruit is like a dinner without tea. Good gardens ar.d poor farms never keep company long1. It cos's- just as much togrow.pac-k ami market infer of? fr-rit as good. t__ ? i ^ _ i.* . _. _ _*._.n._- ? _ t t t jh sBiecrmg n ?-i cm or an orcjiar-j, i »»-- very particular as to the quality of soiT7 also as to location. In planting for an apple orchard, nx for the trees to be ?-5 feet amart each way. This will require about 3 o trees to the acre.. The best fruit growers recognise ilio fact that an abundant and health r foliage is- essential to a good crop of fruit hence, be ready for spraying- next spring,. Fruit sells '? by eye 'r to a greater extent than almost anything else grown. A bright, red apple will sell, all round, one of much better quality but d nil er in its hues. Pears should be picked before thoy nre matured, and be ripened in a dark, roolr room. A.? soon- as. by Ifftinpr, the fr;n*t readily parts from tho twi...

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Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Cargo. (From a Correspondent.) On Wednesday evening last a meeting ' of the Cargo Progress Committee took place, when the honorary secretary (Mr. J W Hamilton) presented his financial report of the sports and dance held on Queen's Birthday, which was received with complimentary remarks from some of the committeemen, and a hearty vote of thanks was accorded tho secretary for his valuable services. The nefct proceeds «.™ ?» 1 _._i_ ? __J ? _T J. _ fit /'I of til e (lav s amuRfimeni aiuouriLeu uj 3jiv 13s 7d, which is highly gratifying to the promoters. The prizes for the writing competitions were secured by Miss Johanna Carey, from the Convent school, Cargo, in the girls' section, and Master Bassett, from Lockwood public school, in the boys' division. Votes of thanks having been accorded to those who gave prizes at the sports, and also to the ladies RTid gentlemen who contributed the music1' for the dance, and who assisted with the refreshments, the committee proceeded to consider var...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

For Bronchial Coughs t.-ikn Woods' .Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d.— 0= ^.^ COWRA, THE AUSTRALIAN HOTEL [BBIDGE-STEEET, ~'**-PIerce Hore-''' QESIRES to inform the inhabitants of Canowindra and District that he has be come proprietor of the above Hotel lately owned by Mr. Mick Thompson, and hopes to receive the same patronage as hitherto given. CANOWINDRA COACH TERMINUS PASSENGERS -:- BOOKED -:- FOR CANOWINDRA & GRENFELL. —COWRA.— W. E Wood, ? -v^Federal Tailorf^s^ KENDALL-STREET. FIRST-CLASS :: WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Prices to suit the times Samples and self-measurement forms forwarded on application. TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED Harry D. Buckingham, ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, (Opposite Railway Station. ) pIBST-CLA.88 Accommodation for ^ Visitors and Excellent Stabling. Attentive Groom on the Premises. Horse Boxes. A VERY SUPERIOR SECOND TABLE First-class paddocks, with an 'abun- dauce of Grass and Water. All trains met by the hotel porter : Luggage carefully attended to. None but...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING GO OF SYDNEY, LTD. Capitat,. Patb Up . . £1,000,000 Reserve Fuxd . . . . 1,010,000 Rjesehve Liability .. . 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,000 Directors : ' , -. Sir Edward Knox, Chairman. G. J, Cohen, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Hon H. E. Kater, M.L.C., Hon. H. Closes, M.L.O., Hon Richard Jones, M.L.C. Gexkral Manager : T. A. DTBBS. Assistant Maxagku a-vo Chief In spector : T. B. GADEN. HEAD OFFICE, 'SYDNEY— GEOKGE-STREET. Branches throughout the colonies of New South 'Wales ami Queensland. All Banking Business Transacted. A. E SMITH, Manager, Canowindra Branch. I . T~ Mr. W. F. O R M I S T O N, Dentist, COWRA. — | — — ~ BARCLAY & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. 1st Prise Byduey 1895, 1896, 1897, 1888 AOd 1899.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Lockwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Lsckv/aod. (From Our Correspondent.) We are pleased to say that Master George Basset, a pupil of the Lockwood Public School, was -ho lucky winner of the trophy presented by Mrs Mayne, of Cargo, for the writing competition for boys under 14 years of age at the Cargo Progress Committee Sports, held on the 24th May. We congratulate the scholar .stand, is studying with a \iew of becom ing a. pupil teacher, and it is the wish of all that success may crown his efforts.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Sporting Notes. [Beggau Boy.] Billy Woodham still continues winning in Sydney with the black gelding Nyrang, as on Monday lie again secured the Forest Lodge Handicap 5£ furlongs. with the horse carrying the steadier of Sst 13lbs. This horse must have turned out a splendid speculation for his present owner, who has succeeded in winning five handicaps in a comparatively short Another Canowindra pony, The Gem, secured by Bill when on his last visit, must be a pretty good one, as although only being in training a few weeks, won herhoat in Sydney last week, beating a goodfiald. Don Clove, who is still in W. Wood Jiaiu's care is trotting remarkably wpII at present in Sydney. On Monday he started in the Open Trot 24 sec behind scratch, which was won by George 12seo, time 5.39J. Don Cleve ran a good second. The following as promised last week, are the nomnmtions for the Melbourne Cup. — Wait-a-Bif, Pegasus. Bonnie Scotland, Holster, Carlos, Fidelis, Kaaba. Eiridsdale, Alva, Table Talk, Clie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

For Sale. Oflfl BUSHELS of GUARANTEED ZUU PURE CHEVELIER BAR LEY (English) Thoroughly Clean. Seed procured from Goulburn Valley, Victoria, PRICE— 3/6 PEE BUSHEL. JOHN SWINDLE, Rose Brook Park, Canowindra. FOR SALE. — 400 Ewes (Merino) in lamb, at 11/-, also 5.30 weeners at 11/, Apply, THIS OFFICE. FOR SALE. — One dozen pairs of Pure *Bred Bronze Wing Turkeys. Speci ally Selected. A grand opportunity for those wanting pure-bred birds. Apply THIS OFFICE. FOR SALE. — SPLENDID SHORT HORN BULL, two years old, with Good Pedigree. Cheap.-— Apply II. L. BULLEN, FOR SALE.— 700 SHEEP, mixed Young. Apply THIS OFFICE. COR SALE'— 1000 FAT WETHERS, r Inspection invited. Apply THIS OFFICE. FOR SALE.— A Well Improved FARM of about 600 acres, close to Canow indra. Over 100 acres under cultivation. Comfortable House and Good Orchard. Permanent Water, Apply. THIS OFFICE, At die SYDNEY CYCLOR&JVJA. Eapfcno Floating in the Air, and many sights, which to the ordinary mortal are simply incredible,...

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THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. Some of the principal fanners 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 ing1 from a loug- succession of droughts, many of whom are dying daily 'from starvation. The English and Indian Governments are relieving some nine inillions of these woor peonle. and have appealed to the civilized world to render further assistance. It is proposed that each farmer should forward to Cano windraat his earliest opportunity one bag of wheat towards this Reserving object, and we have been requested to act #s ' receiving officer.' This honor we gladly accept and having a large bi/ggy phed at 'the back of our office at present nnpty, we are prepared to receive and store each donation as it conies to hand until such time as a sufficient number of 'bags are in hand to justify us in forwar ding them to Sydney via Cowra. Mr James O'Malveny, the we...

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The Roman Catholic Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

The Roman Catholic Mission. St. Edward's Church, at Ca.nowindra, last Sunday was crowded both ninrning and evoniiio:. At the evening- servioo t)ie Kedemptorist Father — Reverend McDer mott — preached, taldngforhis text a por tion of the beautiful passage inStLvike's Gospel, whflre our Saviour, in speaking to Martha in reference to her sister, says — ' . . . But one thing is needful.' Seldom have we had the pleasure of lis tening to a more eloquent sermon. Blessed with a magnificent voice, of ' which he has full control, at the same time using language tlie smallest child ; could follow, the' rev. father was listened to with rapt attention by everyone within the building. The solemn and impres sive words, issuing from his lips in notes of cadence, lifted one out of ttie sordid sphere of every-day toil and grasping for the shadow, and convinced one that there ?were other matters of greater importance than the abject slavery of daily life -fen which to concentrate our thoughts. To sit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

NOTICE, A PUBLIC MEETING will be held' at the School of Aits, Cauowindra, at 7 30; p mr on Tuesday, the l!)th inst, for the consideration of establishing n. Brass Band. Tho«e who have already srAscribed* are also requested' t-o atteml to obtain their subserptions if tlie band bo wot formed. HL BULLEN, Hon Sec auction sale; canowinura, IN THE ESTATE OF ETOTI1ED' READ, IN BAXiailjPTCY. ME. JOHN FINN has been instnrcted' by tho Official Assignse, Ltniciolof T' Llov-l, Esq, to selT by PT^m.TO Auction, at VICTORIA HOTEL. CANO AVfNDRA, JUNE 2-rrn, 1900,. 12 O'CLOCK, NOON, the Official AssignooV right, title, ami interest, if anv, iii, and to, all that i-iece or parcel of Land:H:on taining Forty-two acres, moro or in^p, . aiid being portion of No. 70/12 in tho County of AshbnYnhani, parisli unnamed', and being- tlie whole of the land com prised in tho Crown Grant dated 22' / November, 1ST3. Registered Vo!uin» 174. Folio 225. terms cum. JOHN FINN,. Auctionopr, CsaicwiiKkai

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

General News. A house and shop occupied by Mr. Venco Franks, Station -street, Quirindi, was completely destroyed by fire on Saturday. Tlie body of an old man named Wil liam Whel'an was found last Friday in the bush near Grenfell. Deceased, who had been missing for a few days, had been sent by Mr. P. Bolan, from his selection, a few miles out of town, for medicine, and lie never returned, nor am he roach Gronfell, The residents of Brewarrina are jubir lant at the official announcement that the railway will bo opened to Tarrion Oreek on the 9th July by the Minister for Works. Mr. J O Ryrle. the well-known pas toralist of Deemabah, Trangie, died last Monday at Dnbbo, He had been a re eldnnt in the district for 40 years, A vigilance committee has been for med at Singleton to deal W-lth. any case of plasrue that may arise. 5*^1^ 'Rev. Canon S weeting, for 40 years a resident of Wost Australia, died l&st Friday. The' viold from tlie Golden Horse-Shoe ©states Kalgoorlio for the mon...

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Goolagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Codlagong. (From a Correspondent.) Mr. W A Ho!man, M'Pj addressed a meeting' of hJ3 Jcoi3stituen't!;5 at the' Commercial; Hotel on the 9th ''nst. Mr D O'Shea, J F, irt the chair. Before the' meeting commenced Mr' Holman received'- a deputation comprising Messrs1 Clerey', Byrnes, Hosie, 1VI Dwyer, Feafcn, T' Dwyer, Watson,- and Ho 11. Tire deputation1 brought under the notice of the ifenifcr tbe ne~ cessity of' a bridVe at G-oolagong1, and' placed irs* tbe feinds;of the' Member a' large ataVmnt of cti-' denwin support ()f their1 rofraost. Sfr HVh'nan,. in' rtply, assured the deputation that he wonlcl do- all' in his power' to ind'uoe'tlA? Minister for1 Work* to ereet a Bridge at this pliwe. The deputation! having' thoftked Mr IloLnair, then witlid'rew. ]\Yr' Holiufiu th'eli addre--sed' the nitetiuig-'it coJisid'er-1 a'blelengtli.- He d!i;fe;n5ed) his fttfcif'iiffe i'n'oi'rjxis.' sing' the sending of troops to South ,Aifrie«;. Ife' next dealt with hi'« fjiitionu and views on1 pmt legi...

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Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

I Postal and Telsgrasbta Infsrmstion. O]'fice Horns. Post Office open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. T^eg.-apU Office open 9 a.m. to 8vm Mon^y .Orders, daily r.-om 9 a.m. t p.m. Saturday fxnu. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 8avhigs Bank op-»n daily ' -om 9 a.m 5 p.m. Saturday' 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 6 to 8p.m, deposits only. Postal Notes (tSahs* of) during post oSk'se hours : cashing, during money ordnr hours. X-»ii\— All offices are closed during I sorting o£ mails i'ro;n Sydney at 11 a.m I daily I Auiiivat, of Mails. I From Sydney 'or. P.O. and 'Woodstock. I daily at li-5 a.m. I C'owra, Tuesday. Thursday and Satur I day at 31.30 a.m. I Eugawra. Tuesday and Saturday at I 1.30. p. in. I ar_M. T-i^l ay, Tli.u-.sday and Satur I day at 3 p.m. I Wall; and Lymlhuvst, Wednesday am! ? Saturday at 1,0!) p.m. I fr.xtlajjong1, Friday at. 8 p.m. I Tit -uk wood and Burnett, Thursday ? at I €.i-0 p. 5ii. I Depautttht-: nv Mails. I E/-v, Sydney and Woulstock, daily at I Oowra. Monday, Wednesday and Fr'i I day at 11.1- 5 a.m.'...

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Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Local Directory - I AuorioinsEns. | E Finn aud W J Flamugan. I John Finn I AGKICULT-CBAti JMa.CH sETtY. I T. Robinson -& Co.,— H. L. Bullen. I * f Basks. I Commercial ? Banking Company of I Sydney, Limited. Manager — A E I Sauitli I BLACKSMITHS AS» 'WllSEIAVRIGHTSs I R Ayrtou I JCMarka 1 I) E M'Donald I BOOTMAICEB. I J Carter.. I Btjildebs I - 'WH Atkinson I . Baker. I J Fon' ester I Coach Axn 33uggy Builders I D K McDonald I llAj.-ton I J C Marka I ' Cycle Depot. I Cowra Cycle Depot,— II. L. Bu'en. I ITotki, KnErsHS. I M Dwyer. Junction Hotel 1 v 3' K Marshal, Victoria Hotel I Saddle a\d Hauxess Makers I J B Newlnjid I Atkinson ^ros. 1 ? , Ixsr.HAXOE AoEXCIES. ^ I ''' Australia -h Mutual Provident,' Society' I Limited. — H. L. Bullet), Agent. E Imperial Fire Insurance Coy., — H. L I BullRn, A gout. I Liverpool and London and Globe I Fire and Life — J. J. Finn, Agent. I Stohekeeepehs I J Kny-l I T Finn I 'W. Pendail. I TLVDERTAEEUS I 'VT IT Atkinson I J C Marka I 'Wool axd P...

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Farming Notes. POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Farming Notes. POULTRY. Skim milk and potatoes are excqPeni for ducklings. $ Birds in moult should get stimulating food in a dry form. Crushed maize can be given in winter months once or twice a week, but it is a dangerous food in summer. There are three principal varieties of the turkey, viz., the Cambridge, the Norfolk ( or black ) and the American bronze. ►Success in poultry keeping must obvi ously depend very upon the character of tlie premises the fowls are to inha&'t, Poultiy breeding if conducted properly will add to the income, but don't try to make a fortune- out of it, for you will surely fail. It is profitable when carried on with a farm, orchard or vineyard. Andalusians very rarely come true to colour, that is to say, that out of every brood of chickens, as a rule, there will be one or two black c-nes^ aad not infre quently a white one. 'When the eggs are due to Latch, and. there is no sign of the duckling breaking* the shell, a small piece should be re moved'at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

WOODSTOCK. GEORCE MARSHALL ©EOS to announce to his Friends and ** the Public generally that he is now keeping the GGMIJEBCiAL HOTEL Wines Spirits, and Beers of the Best Brands. Gaod Stabling and Secure Grass Paddocks. All Communications regarding Truck ing and Untruoking of Stock and other Loading, or Consignments of same will be promptly attended to. W. H, ATKifMSON, BU1L3ER & OIIDERTAICER, CANOWINDRA. ^LL classes of Building material, ' Gal ^ ^ yani-sed^ Ii'on, andjQ;lass ..-y;,hand at Lbwestt'riees? '* ESTISfATER GITfiN FOP,. ALL ' DESCRIPTIONS OF WORK. Funerals Conducted to any part of the District. CAlOWiMUuTBOOT PALACE ! i JOHN _CARTER JJEPTEES to announce to the public o{ ^ Canowind-'-a ajid surrounding dis tricts that ]i« has opened a Boo* and Sftos Establishment adjoining j\fv. Wm. McAlister's Store and opposite Sirs. Dennis' Hotel. HE is prepared to supply a FT EST-CLA 88 i ^TICLE at prices consistent with the times ALL BOOTS HAND MADE ON THE PREMISE?. Repairs Neat...

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Lockwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Lockwood. ( From our own Correspondent.) The butter factory has now got a fair start, and the first lot of butter was des patched last week to orange. There are only four persons supplying milk at present, but more are expected shortly and as we are experiencing such a favorable season, an abundant supply aught to be assured. The area under crop (owing no doubt to the low price, and the distance from a market) is very much, loss than it has been for sometime.

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