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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
-^ A SOCIAL J£- IN AID OF TUB BUSLBIiS FUHD —OF THE— Canovfindra Presbyterian Church, AV1LL BE HELD IN THE SGIieOL OF ARTS HALL, — ON— Wednesday, April 30, DOORS OPEN AT 8 P.M, Admission 2s, Children Hslf-prica. J. A. FERGUSON, Hoy. Secuktary. EUGENE FIBM, ^_ Auctioneer. STOCK, STATION, AND GEHERAL ACEHT & VALUATOR, CAKOViMHQRA. M. COSTEILO, BAKER, ~-^^--» Casonvindra. FAMILIES WAITED ON DAILY. EVERY ATTENTION AND COURTESY. PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Tenders. XENDERS will be received by the fi undersigned up to SATUEDAY, 10th MAY, 1902, for ADDITIONS to Dwelling' House. Plans and Specifications and all parti culars from THOS. FINN, ?Storekeeper, Canowhidra. Public Kotice, | the undersigned desire to notify those ? whom it may concern, that having relinquished business, IT IS IMPERA TIVE THAT ALL AMOUNTS OWING TO ME SHALL BE PAID WITHIN FOURTEEN DAYS of the publication of this notice, to enablo me to wind up business affairs. DONALD ROSS McDONALD, Blacksmith and Wheelw...
Woodstock Items. Dramatic Entertainment. LAZERN-SALMON COY. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
[?] Dramatic Entertainment. Lazekk-Salmox Cov. On Saturday night last tho abovo cora ?Jmny perlor-nosd in Mr. ,T. jMarshaH's Mall, -aud although not Laving a very large aufiience, the performance was ex ceptionally good. On Sunday night the ?company also held an entertainment, which was well attended. On Monday 'night they again performed, and owing to the good entertainment civon on the jH-evioire liiglits the attendance was much iarp-er. Weatiter. — On Tuesday last the ?weather was very cloudy, and rain ivas expected at any minute. At about 1 o'clock a few -drops fell, and later in 'the evening « few nice showers foil, but 'did not last long enough io be of much benefit. Several severe duststonns passed around the town, nnd rain fell fairly heavy a few miles out. The sky is still Very black, and rain is likely to fall at any nnmite. Church of England ?Convf.bsatzioxe. — On Monday night next the Church of Eu gland coUversateione will be held in the Gk-od Templar's Hall, and from al...
Rev. James Cameron D.D., at Canowindra and Goolagong. LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE AT GOOLAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
Rsv. James Cameron D.D., at Canowindra and Goolaoong. 'LAYING OF THE FOUNDATION STONE AT GOOLAGKJNG. The Rev. James Cameron, D.D. Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of New South Wales, anived in Cowra on Thursday morning last, and drove to The Cottage, Cowra, the resi dence of Mrs. Sloane, and spent the day visiting some of his old friends. On Friday evening he «vas welcomed at a public gathering in the Centennial Hall. pleasant evening was spent by young and -old, the Moderator giving a full account of his -wanderings during the last forty nine years. On Friday morning Mr. W. B. Murray drove the doctcr to Goola 1 gong, and he stayed the night at Kanga roobie On Saturday afternoon thp corner stones of the new Presbyterian Church were laid. At 3 p.m., in the . presence of a large gathering the Rev. JE. J. Thompson presiding, a short re 4igious service was held, after which an historical statement being made, ho «slied the Moderator to lay the first 1 corner stone, Mr, Me William to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 25 April 1902
NOW or NEVER. After a record run of seven years, that historic and artistic pern of Cyc'.oramie Art, tho Cyclotama of Jerusalem, Sydney, is about to be dismantled to make way for fre&h attractions. Immediately after Easter Monday, or about the 2nd of April, fhe Cyclorama will bo closed for about six weeks to remove ' Jerusalem ' and fit up a fresh exhibition. All iovor« °? Cycloramic Art, Cinematographic ex hibitions, Illusions atid the many side shows, should not fail to pay ouo ' more visit to this renowned show, before 'tis t--o late. It is a matter of 'Now or Never.'— Advt: Wanted, IADY HELP.— Salary 10s per week. Apply, MilS, DAVIES, Canoffindra. LI Reward. j OST.— CHESTNUT PONY MARE, ' branded W N off shoulder, two diite hind feet, blaze down face, from 1 Hllet's paddock on Easter Monday night. I'Jie above reward will be paid on deliv THIS OFFICE, r BREEN BEOS. FARM', Stockyard Gully. Canowindra Federal Stores William Fenda!?, GROCER, OONFECTI ^'NtE, FRUITEK, A-:n GE\E...
Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Woo! and Produce Report. The Australian Woolbrokers Associa tion report ns follows for week ending April 26th. 1902. Wool. Tho tone of the local market romains unchanged, and although all descriptions nre meeting . with a strong enquiry' the actual transactions have been on a com paratively smsill scale owing to the lim ited supplies coming forward. What CUlUa IlaVU l-iliUJU |J»Ut;t:, ja*jh\-i^** **«« been nt very full rates, and in some instances an improvement has been shown on the values ruling nt the recent auctions. The following- dates of future auctions have-been arranged : — Wednes- day and Thursday, May Hth and 15th ; Wednesday and Thursda}'. June 11th and 12th;' Wednesday and Thursday. July 16th and 17th. ?IiODCCE. Sheepskins. — Fiuo crossbreds showed some improvement, all other descriptions selling freely at If te full rates. Hides. — A depressed market was ex perienced throughout, aud i-rices wore from par to |d lower. Tallow. — A strong demand ruled throughout, prices a...
A Warning. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
.:v.- .. .-. ?:_? \*~ ??'-. y.~~ kJ'ji-.TkzvnlnB.,^ ........ , :.- i4 Jtt ;*ur;?iooaL police court; last .-yreeir, ' '' : ???.vri,.^!?*?iWtt'v-)n;'*-;«VB«^4'^;'^':i:^*|1^O6s' . 'fj ':: / 3?olioe Mogistrate llobertson joommenteS' i , . wery aevereiyppontha'iaeUberateTnianner ^ in^hict theiimoney'of the State; was 1 being fooled away by. many pensioners. He said it was a common thing to see old men at hotels spending all or most of \*±±\jm.i ijuuoiuu uivuut vu tuc JJ.I tkb Ui. U. mouth, which action was to be deplored, as the pension inonov was never intended for such purposes. He further warned publicans who served pensioners with drink that ho would deal very severely with them should they come before him at the court. And most people will cer tainly applaud the Police Magistrate for his efforts in trying to prevent nionev .of me state irom oemgput (o unworthy purposes. Unquestionably the old-age pension scheme is one that brings much ? comfort and good to thousands of deserv ing ol...
A Peculiar Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
A Peculiar Decision. -? ' - At tho 'Orange Police Court, James Toungo -was, on the 25th in6t., chavgo-a. 'with obtaining money uuder false p)e ten-208.- For the Rrpsof'f;? ? ?* 'e llad ^-of Austral^f 1 ^Curt* £' Uankj he did not know accused ? 0~usod *as not a client of the bant and never had been. W. S. Gmisted stated hc -cusea aad asked him to exchange cheques with him, the amount to be five pounds :ae i he desired to go at once to Sydney Aitera little hesitattou this was d, no an-i mini, Grinstod preBPnting the cheque at the bank the cheque was handed back marked 'no account.' Since then he Lad never got his money. John Mackie d»nnSPd to acnispd cashing Grinsted.s cheque, and at the time accused was quite Mr. E. Marriott P.M., stid he did not consider a. prima facie cane had been made and would not waste the time of tho con if by hparinir the defei ce. He dis charged the prisoner.
Local Government. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
-local Government. ._ tVeliavoTeoeiveci from 'Mr. Peter G. Hart,'of tho 'Mountaineer.' Katoomba, ??a circular in reference to the manner in which 'the question -ji. local government ?for New South Wales has been treated for years past by tho various ministries ?which have 'successively taken office. M's.-P. are accused of shirking 'the ques 'tion deliberately, even though from the hustings' faithful ?promise 3md been made ?to see tho measure through. A scheme ;has 'boon formulated 'which in its opera - -tlOn is finlnnlnfon -f/i Vadi\ \Po 'P in n lin/i with their hustings promises after theis return. The scheme in brief is that an '?effort is 'being 'Snado 4o obtain the voice of every district in !New South Wales by ?having a -resolution passed by all Pro sgress 'Committees -aitd MuuicipalCouucils to the effect that in the opinion of each individual council and committee, the ?want' of Jjocal ^Government is detrimental to the tie6t interests of the state. This resolution is to be con...
Testing the Age of Eggs. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Testing the Age of Eggs. When poultry-breeders adhere to a 1-igid ftystem Of controlled nesting aH-3 '?daily -ollocticfa and marking of eggs (says the Agricultural -?amtte) there is little or no trouble about bad or stale ?«gg6. But -vrhere dealers and shippers iiavo to handle eggs from all quarters, a Method of teeting for freshness is iudis pensable. There are various way6 of doing this, tho holding of the egg to a light being perhaps the most favoured. In Saxony a large . Poultry Breeder's Association has had under consideration Vhat is claimed to bo a -new method of determining- the aero of 'eirtrs. and have been so satisfied with it that they have ^awarded the inventor a special medal. The apparatus is based on the physiolo gical property that the air-bubble at. the blunt end of the *gg increases in size 'with thfl growth of the embryo. When tho egg is placed in liquid it has couse ' quently an increasing tendency to become vertical, with the blunt end uppermost. The apparatus ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Catiernment Advertisements. Department of P^iWie~Work^ Roads Office, Orange, April 29th, 1002. 1*ENDEES addressed to tho Clerk of Petty Sossions at Orange, and en dorsed 'Tender for Road Work,' will be received up to noon on THURSDAY, the 8th day of MAY, 1902, for works on me junuiviiifj jLioaas: — uontract JNo. 67/01-2, T.oree, to Manildra ; 68/01-2, Ourra Creek to Arthurville ; 69/01-2, Omnge lo Canoblas; 70/01-2, Orange to Pinnacles; 71/C1-2, Main Western Iioad; 72/01-2, Bhadforth to Whilej Junc^ou ; 73/01-2, MilKLorpo to Lewis Ponds; 74/01-2, Eslicks to Four Mile Creek: 75 and 76/01-2, Reservoir to Cadia; 77/01 2 Spring Terrace to Forest Reefs; 78/01-2, Oiange to Ciino-nndra; 79/01-2, Lucknow to Huntley; 80/01-2, Orange to Forbes; 81/01-2, -Cummins to Four Mile Creek, All spKcificiHians may be ^een at the Court House. Orange, and for MolongTb0^''^80 at ^ Conrt House, Wellington, and ' ,& .th* Co«rt House, Cargo. 1A Post Office, J. H0P.U, 'Soad Superintendent. AT WOODSTOC...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
THE Commercial Banking Co,, of Sydney, Ltd. Capitai, Paid Ur £ 1 ,000,000 Heberve Fund £1,010,000 ' -Resrve Capitai. £1,000,000 'LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON APPBOVED SECURITIES. HIGHEST RATES ALLOWED FOE DEPOSITS AT INTEREST. ALL USUAL BANKING BUSINESS ^TRANSACTED. V. BLATCHFORD, Manager Canowindra Branch. Harding & Pile, R.D.5., SURGEON DEHTJSTS, FORBES, DATE OF FUTURE VISIT TO BE ANNOUNCED.' Notice. *THE columns of the Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder are alwaj's open for the publication of correspond ?enco likely to prove of interest or value to the district. We do not of course ftSeessanly endorse the opinions of ?con- tributors, who must in every iustawce forward name and address, not for pur poses of publication, -but -as an earnest of good 'faith. [A Cabd. I ' DR. A. J. DAVIES, ''PHYSICIAN AT»t- SURGEon. CANOWINDRA. THE CANOftlftDRA STAR. AND Woodstock Recorder. FRIDAY, MAY 2.
Wedding Bells. HICKEY—LYNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Wedding Bells. HIOKKY— LYNCH. On Wednesday last Miss Mary Lynch third daughter of Mr. Phillip Lynch, 01 Sheet '0 Bark was united in lnatri tnony to Mr. Tlios. HieW of Mt. McDonald. Tho ceremony 'was per formed by the Rev. O'Konnedy of Cowra, at the residence of the bridegrooms father at Green Gullr. §Thcro was a large ?owd of friends and relatives present ami evovymiuy; was earned out. in grand style. Miss Katie Lynch and Miss Mary Jane O'Brien were tho bridesmaids und Mr. Mathow O'Brien aetod as best man. After the ceremony the guests partook of the wedding breakfast which was highly spoken of by all present. The newly wodded couple left per train for Boppy Mountain, near Cobar where thev intend to reside.
DROUGHT STRICKEN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
DROUGHT STRICKEN WEST. Hon. W. P. Crick, Minister lor Lands, accompanied 'by Mr.C J. M'Masters, the chairman of the 'Western Land Board and'several menibers-of the State Parha TneritTia's%r the last two weeks, been making a tour of ''the Weftern Lands District the object 'in view being to ascer tain the -true position of land holders and Iiemestea3'lesse58'an&;:lo explaiu to them the provisions of the Western Lianas Act. The Western Land District has year by . j'ear-beeemo Vorse *nd worse ; drought and pests have 'played sad havoc and ^renaered numerous holdings untenable. ' The «tffttral shnfos which fora number ? of years '-hvie -suppiiea1 sufficient fodder on all lands not overstocked have now almost disappeared and most of the hold ings at present consist of large areas of 3mre «oU, ?without a vestago of herbage,, ?so light 1thaf'the -strong winds which often 'prevail heap into hillocks and pile against fences bo ss to bwy them. The Min ister -and the ^Western Lands Coni...
Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Cricket Match. n« ss-^mlfiv lust. th« local cricketers pose of pl.'iymg a frinndlv game of cricket, with tho Kangaroo Flatcluli. Although tlig local IjkIs wei'o dofoatwd limy ull % a man spunk highly of tlm spl.M.clid treatmont thoy received at tho lian.ls of their opponents. Tho following aro the scores : — Woodstock— 1st Innings. D. Dews, b P. Ryan . . o Jas. O'Brien, b P. Ryan ' ' 5 S. Reid, b P. Whity . . ' ' 20 J. Dews, b C. Newham . . 3 A. Reid, c Jordan b Nowlroin . . 0 J. Purcell, 1) Newham . . . ' 5 J.. O'Brien, c Jordan, h Ryan '. [ 0 H. O'Brien, b A. No whan 2 R. Carpenter, b Q. Newham ! '. 0 Joe. O'Brien, h.o.w. . . .3 J. Moss, not out .... .' ! 0 %es ?? .'. ..5 Total ? ^ Kakgaiwo Flat— 1st Innings. P. Eyan, b J. O'Brinn . . 8 A. Nowham, b J. O'Brien . .' 10 C. Newbam, not out, . . 21 T. Ryan, not out . . 7 Total for throe wickets ' . . 45'' Kangaroo' Flat thus won by eight wickets.
Local News. Homebush Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Local lews. Homebush Stock Sales. About 20,00!) shcop wero penned on Monday at Homebusli, chiefly of useful quality. Some odd lols primo wero for ward.' Competition wns good, and values firm. Quotations : Prime meiiuo wethers to 15s 9d. good 13s, medium to 9s 6d. There were no prime crossbred wethers forward. Good sold to 14s 3d, medium to 10s Gil. Prime merino owes realized rolls od, good to lJs, mi wotiium to ism. Prime crossbred ewes wade to 15s, good to 12s, medium to 9s. Prime lambs brought to 11s 9d. Rood to 10s, mid medium to 7s. The majority of the 1030 cattle yarded were medium and light. Buyers* operated freely, prices again showing improvement. Quotations: Prime yards bullocks to £10, extra to £11 15s, odd beasts to £17 T2s fid, good to £8, medium to £0 10s. Prime yard* rows to £7, extra to £8 5a, odd beasts to £11, good to £5 5s, medium to £4. Best beef was worth about 3!s per 1001b; in some cases tnoro. Tho truck ings for yesterday wore : 333 shoep vans, ?and 79 cattle ...
Blasting Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Blasting Accident. A very severe Wasting accident occurred last Thursday week at .Darby's Falls when two persons were seriously injured viz., T..Cullen (road contractor), and T. Copeland. It appears that at about 1 .30 p.m. on the day mentioned, Messrs. - ?Gullen, Copeland. and others were in the «ct of blasting of quantity of rock on tke -approach to tiie Darby's Falls bridge, and after having fired one shot obtained ? _. £.i^«4^-,w» nnnr/lAr 4V*v*tl-A sA^nnii finot... Whilst preparing the charge the powder exploded, buraingTjoth men very severely. Mr. -3eo. Hosse, of Mount McDonald, immediately went to the niens' assistance and succeeded in extinguishing their clothing which had become ignited; and received several severe burns on the hands during the opeiations. More as sistance soon arrived in the persons of Mr. W. A. Doyle, overseer of the bridgo work, Mr. Korthey. and Miss E. New man, all of whom rendered much assis tance to -he sufferers. The injured men were conveyvd to the ...
Photography. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Photography. 'We are, wo vngret to state, about to lose, for a time at all events, Mr. A. E. Lummo, Mie gentleman of the camera who lias for the last few months given the distnct the benefit of his talents. It is the intention of Mr. Luinine, however, to return- to Canowiixlva in about three months wlion the public may again have their reflections perpetuated ad lib. Mr. Lumnie intends in the meantime to estab lish a Photographic Studio in Cowra and also to visit Eugowva. Mr. Lumuio whilst in Canowindra has turned out some really fine work, and we can say without fear of cor.trndictior. that his photographs either scenic or fm.ial will stand comparison with any city work:
Woodstock Items. General Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Woodstock Items. General Matters. ^ ?Bridge at Darby's Falls.— The ereo tion of this bridge is now being carried «n with all haste, dud is expected to be finished in about 3 month's Uuie. This bridge was at one time in tho hands of Str. J. A. Jackson, who successfully car ried out th,o contract for Waddell bridge at Caiiowindm, but he failed to complete the work. Mr. W. A. Doyle, who is an experienced man iu bridgo work is now ''i'3** 6 tuu wuitt. on ueuaii ol the Government. CoNVERSAIZrolTE AT WOODSTOCK. ? On Monday evening last a large number of i&fl Church, of England parishioners met in the Oddfellows Hall, for tho purpose of meeting tho Roy! Mr. Gardner, of ? Canowindra, and discussiug church busi ness. Tho chief mutter to be discussed '. was the advisability of tho erection of a. suitable church building. Tho lier. Mr. Oariner was voted to tho chair, and ex ^Iniued the object of tho meeting. Prior to discussing cimrch matters it was de -cided that music and singing be ...
The Canowindra well [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Woodstock Recorder — 2 May 1902
Tfte canowSadra. welt. Mr. M. J. Finu, Secretary of the local Progress Committee hns received the fol lowing communication from the Depart ment of Public 'Works per Hon. Waddell. ' Sir, ? 'With reference to the letter of Gtli ultimo, -presented by you from tho Cauo wiudra, Progress Committee (M. J. Finn. Esq., Hon. Secretary) find to 3'our further representation respecting repairs to the well and windmill at Uauowindra, I noi directed by the Minister to inform yon that from reports obtained in the matter, further expenditure dops not apppear justified.' Mr. Waddoll says in re ' please give me any information you can .is to state of matter now, and I will see further what can done.'