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Local Land Board. TUESDAY, 12TH JUNE. (Before—C E Finch Esq., Chairman: T J Pearse, and D. McCallum, members.) LAND DISTRICT OF MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Lotial Laftd Board. I'uespay, 12Tri JtrjfE* (Before— =C E Finch Esq., Chairman : i! J Pearse, and T)i McCallum, members.) L.4XD DISTRICT OF MoLO^G. The following 22 applications were1 considered arid detei-miried, for priority for a fiomlestead Selection of 523 acres^ being1 poi-tion 85, parish of Trajere^ County Ashburnham, made simultan eously on the 17th May, 1900'.- The1 tollowing were the applicants, — Herbert E Kent, Thas. Kobeit Kent, Albert W Kent, John E Lovett, James E Kelly, W J Ey , Jos. J Elbourn, William Banhani, r^. J %an, S E Starkey, Chas, T Boyd, John Stibbard, Jas Stanton^ Tiios. McClintock, Jas E Hadley, M J Devine', K G Greenhalgh, William Niven, U E Dittrtu, Jas. JoUiffe, H E Treasure, and Oliver Stanley, Jun.y Decision'. — And! having taken' evidence of each applicant and enquired into the1 said matters, we' determine the priority by selection of the application (00/3) of William Banh'a'ni over the others riamfed, which are considered fo have been with drawn. ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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MR. W. FROGGATT AT BARRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

MR. W. FROGGATT AT BARRIGAN. After the meeting of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, Mr. Froggatt gave his interesting lecture-on. ' Insect Pesfs,' and the most economical moans of des troying them. Mr. Chas Whitmee was voted to the chair, who introduced Mr. FrDggatt to the company. The gasometer used in connection with the lantern, had suffered considerably during transit, through the bad state of the roads, and had contracted — not bubonic plague — lint a bad l^alr, necessitating the aban donment of the lantern after a few illus trations had beeu given. That did not deter the lecturer, who continued with Ms subject and supplied his audience -vrith a most instructive discourse. Great interest in the lecture was shown throughout, and many questions relating to ' scale ' and ' pest ' asked the lecturer after it was over. 'We had the honor of aceompaning Mr. Froggatt on liis torn*, and with him visited many or/Vhards on the way from Canowindra. 'We desire to tender our hearty than...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warden's Court. WEDNESDAY, 13TH JUNE. (Before Mr. H. Byrne.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Warden's Court. Wednesday, 1 3th Juije. (Before Mr. H. Byrne.) William' Gi'ffiths v. Jolitf We'ob and John Lout, Apf-i:cation to1 prevent defendants tres passing on bis lear-e ntear tne ' Queen of tne Range,' atid cla'tnin-' compensation for said i!re«pasB to t!he value of £20. Mr- Philips for plaintiff and' Mr. Garden for defendants. W;1lii'-n Gi:ffiths said' : lam a miner, fhave two iti'ien' l'arnts, itrhioh I now prodW-e : the first. No 30, dafcd 22 November, 1S991, 5i force to 21st May, 1900, si«- ied by Jaftnes Cusaclc. tlie other No 72, dated '~26 May 1900, and st'H in three, The- compln.int made a^a'ist these-men is tvae. Tlie-«la'n 's f itaated abhut one mile from Ganoivi'idra, near '.he' Govei iment dam1, on* a l:ne of h''l- Imowu as the 'Qnoon of the TJlm.ares'. I peprsred it out on the 3rd of May, I pur, fom pegs in aboitt 4ft 6in hiarh : 1 marked round tfie pers. but did not cut trenches; 1 pe^lred about loOft aTonp: t'iie 'ine of reef, and about GOffc deep. T then trovk...

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

Railway League. The following is a copy of a letter re ceivedjby Mr. WaddelL Esq[., from the Under Secretary for Roads, and forwar ded by Jiim to the Secretary of the Canowindra liailway League. — ' Sir. — With, reference to tlie letter dated the 19 th ultimo, from the Secretary of the ^Railway League Canowindra forwarded T)y you, asking for the estimate of cost made in 188/, for a railway connection with Canowindra from Woods' Flat Co wr a, etc. I have the honor to inform you that the only record in the Depart ment is an exceedingly rough estimate made about 12 years ago of Mr. Cumming's survey, via Binni Creek passing Canowindra. This amounted to about £6000 per mile, which for about 18 miles to Canowindra would be £108,000. The line had grades of 1 in 40. It is pointed out that there is no compaaison between the very rough es timate of a work proposed 12 years ago, with grades, wages, price of rails, Railway Commissioners requirements, etc., so unlike these of the present Hue, wh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barrigan. FARMERS AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Barrigan. FARMERS AND SETTLERS' ASSO CIATION. The usual monthly meeting of the Barrigan Branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Association was held in the Hall on Saturday evening the 19th inst. The President, Mr. Isaac 'Wren, occu pied the chair. Members present, — Messrs C Wren, R H Nash, G Wren, T Balcomb, A Swansbra, A Balcomb, W Loonies, P. Alaiion, and -J Whitmee, (Sec). The minutes of the last meeting -were read and confirmed. Correspondence was then read, amongst which was a letter from the General Secretary (T J Campell Esq.,) acknowledging receipt of Affiliation Fee, advising the Branch that the names of delegates to the Annual Conference must be handed in by the 14th. The Presideut announced that the Branch had decided not to send any delegates to this year's conference. The President further stated that Mr. W. W. Froggatt, Government Entomo logist, hid honored them with a visit for the purpose of lecturing on ' Insect Pests,' and it was therefore his intention to curtail th...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic News. The Transvaal. THURSDAY, 1.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Telegraphic News. The Transtfaal. TnuRsDAYv 1.15 p.nii Lairig's Nek and Majuba Hill wer'e evafiuated by the Boers on Monday night General Buller camped oil the late General Jouberts farm, but lacked suffi cient water for the troops. Major Gtfleral Hilyard, withvthe 2rid Brigade, forced Almond Nek. The position was carried at the point df the bayonet. A British column operating southwards has defeated the Loers, and re-occupied Honing Spruitt, between Kroonstadt and RoOdewal. President Steyne is near Reitz, seventy five miles east of Kroonstadt. The Caye Cabinet is now being re constructed.

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

IlfPOUNDED at Canowindi-a. on Sth June 1900, f -rom Canowindra. by Mr L Kirki'ind, sum due date of notice 9*s 6-T. Bay mare, lifce G very faint off shouldc, bKnd ne;:r eye; recently .saddle marked, aged, 15 hands. If nofcrel^SNed will be sold at thi- pound at noon on tlie Hih day ef July. 1900 THOS GAL-VIN,. Poucdkeepeic

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

Parliament. Mr. Wiriam MeCoiuj has been unani-' mously elecfei Speaker in the House of Assembly, in plac 3 of Sir. J.^P. Abbott, resigned. The Legislative Council adopted the address ta the Prince of Wales, congratu lating him ofi his recent escrape from assassination. The debate on the 'Address in Ueply ' was continued late in the Assembly' last night. Mr. G. H. Eeid moved a motion censuring the Government on their conduct in connection with appointments to tbe Public Accounts Committee.- He also' censured the Government for no placing the Volunteer Force on a better footing, and made reference to some recent appointments. The Premier wiU reTuy to-day.

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

'The Boxers,' The ' Boxers have burned the new summer residence of Sir Claude MacDonaldi British Ambassador at Pekin. The Missionaries- and Probationers have to be guarded by troops. The foreign troops used tfeeir bayo nets to prevent the Chinese damaging the railway track. The ' Boxers' are looked upon1 as a common danger by the Powers.

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

OUR RAILWAY. By last Saturday's ' Telegaph ' \re tve leasn that the Minister for Works recently sent telegrams to the officers of his Department in the far western and ?eentral 'districts, requesting then to state which, in their opinion, were the best routes upon which to construct light lines of railway. The main object of these lines, we are told, is to convey starving1 stock in time of drought and to take up fodder ehepaly and quickly to those which cannot be removed. By those proposals the Minister hopes to select a few lines to lay before the Cabi net for consideration. He has at present received twenty-two suggestions, which are duly published in the ' Telegraph', but by some strange fatality the line from Cowra to Oanowindra has been omitted. Where the blame in this in stance lies it is for our Railwa}' League to find out. That some ' back-door ' work is being done to prev nt us obtatn ing railway communication seems evi dent, and therefore strengthens the hands of our Leagu...

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

THE CAHOWIHDRA STAR FRIDAY. JUNE 15.

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

T 'Texas.' * Eitlier Tom Brooks or Saxon, the TRajor -.answered, hesitatingly. * It is the ,-duty ts'f one of the youngsters, and it's ; join's turn; but Saxon has just been ?over the road twice, a&& he is such a lucky fellow/ '' Then send Saxon-' The major turned his troubled gaze upfin the shining dark eyes beside him. 1 ?* Is that to spare Tom? He would not * No, no!' Texas faltered, with a shud dsr. ' I Was not thinking of Tom — ' Poor child ! Row you are trembling ! I thought my Texas had nerve enough to carry despatches herself. Where has Saxon gone ?' 4 To the Ye-anda.' ' I'll tell In'm before I break up the ?danee,^ he said, moving away. Texas left the house, and, running along the row of officers' quarters to their own. she rushed up the short stairs to her bedroom, nnd leant breathless against the open window. l?or a moment or two there cam.? to her through the still prairie niiyht the soft continued cadence of the waltz — that waltz the hejrinmug of which ...

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Indian Famine Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Indian Famine Fund. The following are the names of those who have contributed to this deserving fund, each giving one hn-y of wTiPit : — James A T?ue J H Marshall Wm Ha^iday Alex McDonald James Goodacre Ohas Whitmoe Joseph Jones T J Crawford F Craven ft. R win lie J Swimllo J B Smith W J-»nes Sen. Ferguson Bros. J Laing I? La ing H. L. Bui. lex,. Secretary.

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

.DR. FOLEY^ MAY be CONSULTED at Mrs. DennVs Hotel on EVERY WEDNESDAY, from 12 to 3 p.m. RICHARD AYRTON, [Established 1835.] C A N 0 W I N D 11 A . BESERAL BLACKSMITH -!- and -:- WHEELWRIGHT. BUGGY AND COACH BUILDER. BEPATEING AOEICULTUKAL IM PLEMENTS A SPECIALITY. Charges for Hoi^eslioping as follows : S^tjule Shoes 4s. Cock Shoes, os. Cock a-~d Bah«, 5s 0d. . Sltiteus, 2s 6d pek Set. AGENT for GEORGE FISix & SON'S CELE UKA.TED ]?LOITGHS. ALL: OilDEllS ?: FAITHFULLY 33XECUTED. tNCITKER QUALSTYTTHESESUJTSARg SUCH AS MAY BE WORN BV ANY H BUSINESS OR PROFESSSONAL / CEORGE S: SoUthjtcarRstey Safiai «ers-ihemehif And at CVftMOf FORMS ^(SlMWcoA-a 3¥iJ«l:Y. WBTipFij^, J 781 Ge-OR£Ei5T SYOwef \ 1. .'^pffi^^Ss^ffi^i^^ ^ i ill ij^^^^'i^^^te^ii^ I i IN ESTKER ^SJAUTyTtH ESE S15 ITS ARfs p SUC» AS MAV BE WORM By ANY P BUSINESS OR PROFESSIONAL AND a? C\fT*6?Ct# ' FORMS THE CANOWINDRA STAR CANOAVINDRA, New South Wales, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. THE CANOWINDBA ST.\E. is in jveiy respect a ne...

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

Local Topics. Hobderx Bros, Pitt Street, SydKey. We would draw our readers attention to the alteration of this firm's advertise ment. The inducements; held oiit to counlry customers and the faci'ities afforded them by free transit on a11 goods sent by rai1, entitles Horctern Lros :o a big share of your patronage. Ureters sent ijom al\ pa-tshave nnmec1' a'.e attention and despatch, beiag landed at jrour doors free of a1! charges. G-owjvg Bros. — For a well fitting and useful suit either fo/ town or country, go to Go wing Brothers, tailors and out fitters of George street Sydney. A large range of patterns forwarded on request. Carriage paid on all goods ; either by post, rail, or boat, in N. S. Wales. Mr. Thomas Bassett. — This young gentleman who was thrown from his horse some little time back and received serious injuries, is still in the Cow/a Hospital. Under the carefuT attention he is receiving, we are pleased to an nounce his rapid convalesence. It is feared his shoulder will ne...

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

— COWKA.— John B©ftd — ^^\ PREMIER HAIRDRESSER, KENDALL-STREET, (Opposite Messrs. Rose and King.) ISTSITORS from Cnnowindra and sur '' rounding district a?'« cordially asked to favor me vrith. a visit. The only C-^ KTfrrircsrirj* SaSoor! in Cow/ii, IS prepared iO Execute Bicycle {Repairs of Every Description ON THE PREMISES. A LARGE STOCK OF MACHINES Botli New and Second Hand, of all makes and grades always in Stock, and to be had for Cash or Terms. STRONG, RELIABLE SECOND: HAND MACHINES, Both Lady's and Gent's, from £5 Upwards. Guarantee given with each Machine. INSPECTION INVITED. BRAZING OF EYERY DESCRIP TION UNDERTAKEN. Bicycle accessories, including Acety lene Lamps, Cyclometers, and Tyres Complete Kept in Stock. Bicycles Hired out by the hour . or Day. Lady and Gent's Tandem Bicycles for Hire or Sale. Agent for the Celebrated MASSY HARRIS BICYCLES. A. E. POiG.HMID, CYCLE AGENT FOR COWRA. CANOWINDRA, GRENFELL, CARCOAR and BLAYNEY. (J3T MR. H. L, BULLEN is My Agent at Canowindra...

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Sydney Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Sydney Wool and Produce Report. The Australasian Slortg-ag-e and Agency Company Ltd., John Bridge & Co., Ltd., Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd., Hill, Clarke & Co., Pastoral Finance Association Ltd. Winfihflombe, Carson, & Co., Ltd, and A. P. Wyley and Co report — Wool. During tlie past week the local market was characterised by the same quietness as has pre vailed for some time pasb, and although there was pome private enquiry, the amount of business transacted -was not lar»e, The next auctions have been arraug-ed for the 20th and 21st inst. Produce, Sheepskins. ~A very steady demand prevailed for -«onnd-pelted short-wools, and for the very fe-vr linos of full--wooled skins -arriving. The supply was a moderate one, but about equal to requirements, Quotations : Merino. — Full wooled— light condition. 7£ to 8 perlb, medium and heavy 5£ to 7£ : Half wooled— light condi tion 5f to 6i, medium and heavy 4 to 4i : Short wooled— light condition 4f to H, medium and ...

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Visit of Mr. W. Froggatt, Government Entomologist. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 15 June 1900

Visit of Mr. W. Froggatt, Govern ment Entomologist* ?Mr. 'W. W. Froggatt, Government iSntomologist, arrived at Canowindra last Friday and visited many of tke or chards in the district during the day. In the evening he gave a most interesting lecture with lime-light illustrations on the 'Insect Pests' which trouble or chards and vineyards. He pointed out those dangerous to fruit trees and how to eradicate them, also gave views of certain parasites whichfeed on the ' catapillers of the winged tribe of pests, illustrating thereby the vermin to be destroyed, and others—their parasites — which should be preserved. Many classes of beetles were shown, belonging both to Australia and other countries, their habits and the damage they do vegetation being fully explained. Mr. Froggatt clearly pointed, out the remedy for codlin moth, stating that many farmers and orchardists, had the erroneous idea, the Codlin moth which infested apples and other fruits, 'was the same as that found in potatoes....

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

JOHN FISH ^^^^» l&uctioneer, Valuator and Ceneral Agent. CANOWINDRA. LOCAL AGENT FOR THE LIVER POOL AN]- LONDON AXD r- oT1ip -r^r-R.\;vi\S COMPANY! A general produce store in Lachlan street occupied by a Mr Doyle, was, completely destroyed by fire early on Monday morning. The cause of the fire is unknown. The Eev. Charles Clark, the eloquent lecturer is again in Sydney, accompanied by an Anglo-Maori lady named Mrs Howie. His stay is short. For Children's Hacking Cough at ni-jflit Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is6d.— 0 If you read the testimonials I publish each week, you will learn something of what VITADATIO, THE GEEAT HERBAL REMEDY, can do, and is doing, for SUFFERING HUMANITY. A VICTORY FROM JUNEE. — 20 YEARS A SUFFERER. ?VITADA- TIO CURED HIM. Mr. S. PALMER, Sydney, Dear Sir, — It is now 30 years since I had the first attack of a cold, which has troubled me continuously. At first the cough was only slight, and, as most people thoughtlessly do, I did not take any particul...

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The Hazard of Serpa Pinto. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 22 June 1900

f The Hazard of Serpa Pinto. - By JOHN PENDLETON. CHAPTER I. Sew or. 'Bianco loved, contrasts. At tlie time that Madrid was surging with, ex citement, and there was so .much mystery as to the whereabouts of the Spanish, fleet, he looked as cool as a cucumber, as he quietly smoked a dainty cigarette and chattered with Serpa Pinto, the cap tain of the yacht which strained; without any mystery whatever, except that she was grey painted, against the qaav rrAn/^A«i lli/v rvimmi /\lfl houses that fringed the harbor. It was a fair scene that Senor Bianco's eyes looked upon. The sunlight played on the orange groves of Seville and the gleaming* waters of the Guadalquiver river as they flowed into the bay. The,1 gr^at heat had not yet come to parch the ? land and throw out the hills of Granada in bold relief against the sweltering sky. Tlie rural part of Southern Spain seemed ouite as' cool as the Senor, who, with : Don Quixote face, hatchet-like, but with his foxey pvesVlancing with humour, ...

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