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The Transvaal. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
j The Transvaal. Generals Clements 'and Paget captured Bethleham after a severe conllict with the Boers. Commandant De Wet escaped into the rugged country. t Commandant Duplessis has been killed at Rustenbnrg, Enteric fever has broken out amongst the troops at Senekal. Private McPhee, belonging to the West Australian Bushmen, died at Bulu wayo during the administration of anaes thetics.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
If you want ? ? Registered. Good Steel Cutlery Send Post Card with your address to W. Jno. Baker, c»tler- 3 Hunter-street, Sydney, for his Illustrated Catalogue. Meteorological forecast for Farmers and Gardeners, ior July, 1900. [By Or.oxzo Pkesa, Meteorologist and Astronomer.] 1st to 3rd.— The atmosphere at the commencement of the month wilt be fa vorable for planting- and sowing. Wea klier unsettled and dull. The northern districts will be under the influence of jrong, cold northerly winds, north-east A PERFECT FITTING SUIT ! OUR FAE-FAMED 45S. 'AUSTRAL' SAC SUIT^Q^' TO MEASURE. PERFECT FITTING. RELIABLE MATERIALS. GOOD WORKMANSHIP. THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. Highest Grades of Goods. Newest Designs. New Colorings. New : Patterns all ready for Autumn and Winter. VICARS' HIGH-CLASS TWEEDS, Specially selected and manufactured for us to our own order for the ' Austral ' Sac Suit, to Measure, 45s. WE DEFY COMPETITION ! In spite of the enormous advance in Wool, We are keeping up to our High Cla...
Telegraphic News. China War. THURSDAY, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
Telegraphic News. China War. TnrrnsnAY, 3 p.m. The foreigners at P kin have occupied the palace of Prince Szu. opposite the foreign legations. The London ' Times ' states that all news from Chinese sources is ' tainted.' ' The sincere protestations of friend ship of Chinese officials will facilitate the the opening of direct communication with the legations.' Tho Allies were amazed at the accu racy of the Chinese fire during their at tack on Teintsin. The operations of the Allies are seriously hampered through bad water and want of proper supplies. It is reported that Great Britain has j been pressing Japan to net against the ! Chinese since the 13th June, and that! Japan attached no stipulated price fori her assistance. j The Russian troops in Northern China ?number one - hundred-and - twenty - five thousand. The Viceroy, Li Hung Chang, states that the soldiers and rebels surrounding the. legation canton are dispersing.
The Indian Famine. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
The Indian Famine. We Lave been approached by some gentlemen — -residents of the district* — who are not farmers, and therefore unable to contribute bags of wheat or flour, ill reference to receiving money donations on their behalf. The cause, being one of such vital and all-world magnitude has decided us to open amonc tary donation list as well as a produce one. This will enable each and every one to contribute their quota according A- .Li. ? _ .-i n . ? a *i ? a ? ? tu meir means, me smauest coiunouiions being gladly accepted. It is not our ra tion to canvas and beg a donation from anyone, as we. contend that a person requiring persuasian to induce them to help the starving and suffering natives of India does not give a voluntary gift, and that such gift can do no material good. We make no special appeal to anyone, but simply ask the district at large to help their brethren as th^ir own means can afford. Each monetary donation as it comes in will be handed into the bank and forwar...
THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
?IV -- I ?? 3S===SSS= -Ti. 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 ing from a loug succession of droughts, many of whom are djdng daily front starvation. The English and Indian Governments are relieving some nine millions of these poor people, and have annfifllfirl +.n t.he civilized world to render further assistance. It is proposed that each farmer should forward to Cano windra at his earliest opportunity one bag of wheat towards , this deserving object, and we have' been requested to act as ' receiving officer.' This honor we gladly accept an d liavi ng a large buggy shed at the back of our office at present empty, 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 C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
infirmities have at last a con queror. in THE GREAT HERBAL REMEDY, VITADATIO, acknowledged to be SEE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER EXTANT. BEAD THE TESTIMONIAL FROM A GENTLEMAN WHO HAS BEEN CURED OF KIDNEY AND OTHER I TROUBLES. BBVEill'x JB ASS OF AGE, AEB CURED, HOPE FOE THE AGED., The Man.se, ,&ipps -street, East Melbourne. JUb. 8. a. Palmke. Dear Sir, — About sir months ago I went to Sydney, where I was taken bad frith kidney ] Mad either troubles. I consulted au eminent ] (doctor, who treated me for five weeks witheut success. He told me my trouble was weakness. B I then left Sydney, and returned to my home in &E Melbourne, where I was strongly advised to try ||1 ajcourse of Vitadatio, which I did. Aftertaking |H the second, dose -of Vitadatio I noticed peculiar H which you told me were from an S ^hscess, and recommended me to continu3 with Hi Vitadatio, assuring me that it would thoroughly Wm «ure mc, which I sjn thankful to say it did, .after taking ten bottles of Vitada...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
General News. Floods have occurred at Goulburn, the heaviest known for twenty jears. The Wollondilly and the Mulwaree are in flood. The flats near Eastgrove are one sheet of water. Many persons had to be removed from their homes during the night by boats. Heavy rain and snow were experienced at Yass, the river coming down suddenly and flooding the lower port of the town. The public schools within the Young district have forwarded to Sydney £209 8s 9d towards the New South Wales Patriotic Fund. Messrs Twigg Bros, of Farleigh, near Cowra, lost 1000 splendid sheep through the recent flood in the Lachlan. In en deavoring to drive the sheep off the flats to higher ground one of the partners nearly lost his life and only saved him self from drowning by climbing a tree, from which he was afterwards rescued. They had refused a high price for the sheep only a few days previously. No fresh cases of bubonic plague have occurred in Sydney for the past few days. In Queensland it is still giving ...
Merry Moments. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
Merry Moments. fBv ' LiGirrnEART.' Observing a local gentleman on fi White Thursday,'' driving down the Jmaiti street in the snow storm, one was veniinded of Napoleon returning from Moscow. O O Vj o 0 A wandering snow storm missed its way, And came along the other day ; ^jnd likely soon we shall with mirth shake When treated to a rampageous earth- quake, o o o o o XCitk tlie temperature at 1.1 i k J n)i u- arv, and nine inches or more of snow in July, the residents of our little township would r -quire to be a compound of Salamander and Esquimaux. o 0.0 o o Down by the banks of the Yangtze Kiang, There dwells an old hero named Li Hung-Chang, Who, in choice words of American slang, Has not yet of things ' got the hang.' O O 0 o o Our townfolk are waiting patiently for tue pump and windmill to be erected at the new town well, if only for our local Quixotes to practice with. 0 0 o Farmer Jarge near Mount Canoblas, Lost one night ten turkey goblers ; He vainly sought them near and far. ...
Canowindra P., A., and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
.' ? ? ? »i ? ? ? ? liwiiuriiiini ? -n. Canowindra P., A., ahdH. Assscia ^ tton. In calling attention to tlie annual fcieeting of the above, we trust the following information will be of interest to our readers : — t The first meeting to form the Associa tion was held on the 26th of August 1899, which was presided over by our after wards President, the worthy squire of iJelubula, Mr. John Grant, J.P., and was attended by the following gentlemen : — Messrs. D. Colleton, A E Smith, W H Traves. J.P.. Thos Finn IP. W .T Moore, G K Militer, John Swindle, T J Crawford, J.P.. J B Smith, JH Marshall, R Swindle, J B Newland, Jas Newton, Chas Rue, Y/ Moss, T Grant, F E Craven, J C Marka, H J Thompson, John Power, E Ryan, A J Atkinson, T Callan, W J Hill, J Grimshaw, R. Ayrton, T Mullampy, J A Byrne, John Cra.ven, J Boyd, J.P., A. 'Cutler, G. Loclchard, J J Breen, M G Abbotton, J Scrimshaw, H J Hart, A H Costin, Jos Jones, M Davidson, J J Finn, aud A Robinson. It will be noticed with regret th...
Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
Local Directory Auctioneers. E Finn and W J Flannigan. John Finn Agricultural Machinery. T. Robin.1 o a & Co.,- — H.L. Bullen. Banks. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager ?— A E Smith „ Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights R Ajiton J C Marka D R M( Donald Bootmaker J Carter Builders 'W H Atkinson Baker. J Forrester Coach and Buggy Builders D R McDonald R Ayrton J C Marka Cycie Depot. Cowra Cycle Depot, — H. L. Bullen. Hotel Keepers. M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Victoria Hotel Saddle and Harness Makers J B Newland Atkinson Pros. Insuuance Agencies. Australian Mutual Provident Society limited.— H. L. Bullen, Agent. Imperial Fire Insurance Coy., — H. L BuHeii, Agent. Liverpool, and London and Globe Fire and Life. — J. J. Finn, Agent. Storekeepers i J. Boyd, Storekeeper. : T Finn W. Pendall. Undertakers W H Atkinson J C Marka Wool and Produce Buyers. T Breen E Finn and W J Flannigan
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
WOODSTOCK: GEORGE MARSHALL DEGrS to announce to his Frienicls and thdgPublic generally that lie is now keeping the COMMERCIAL HOTEL. 'Wines Spirits, and Beers of the Best Brands. Good Stabling and Secure Crass Paddocks. All Communications regarding Truck ing and Untrucking of Stock and tither loading, or Consignments of same will be promptly attended to. W. H. ATKINSON, _ BUILDER & UNDERTAKER, CANOWINDRA. 15 LL classes of Building material, Gal vanised Iron, and Glass on hand at Lowest Prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOE ALL 1 DESCKIPTIONS OF WORK. Funerals Conducted to any part of the District. CANOWINDRA _B00T PALACE I! JOHN CARTER FjESIRES to announce to the public of Canowindra and surrounding dis tricts that he has opened a Boot and Shoe Establishment adjoining ^ [Mr. Tom Breen's Store and opposite Mrs. Dennis' Hotel. HE is prepared to supply a FIRST-CLASS ARTICLE at prices consistent with the times ALL BOOTS HAND MADE ON THE PREMISES. Repairs Neatly & Carefully Execute...
Farming Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
Farming Notes. To Preserve Lemons. — Dr. Allwork of South Australia recently read a paper on the above subject before the Bureau of Agriculture in that colony, Like other growers of lemons he had in the season of plenty wished to adopt some simple, economical, but effective means of preservation of the fruit, so that he could have them at seasons when thev were not so plentiful. He had read of a plan adopted in some parts of Italy, where it was stated that thev due- a ? ~ ? j.1_ _ _ _ i -. . M JP x. ^ g-Luu.uu uuuuo ten ieeu deep, put in a layer of dry sand, and a light, shed over all. A modification of this plan was adopted, and some samples of lemons picked eight months previously which had been cured by the Italian me thod, were exhibited. These lemins were cut on October 27, 1897, and were sub mitted as a fair sample of 120 which he put down then, and although nearly 100 of them bad been used at that date only some half dozen were unfit for use. He selected and put into a cellar...
Postal and Telegraphic information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 1900
I Postal and Telegraphic Information. I Office Hours. I Post Office open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ? Telegraph Office open 9 a.ni. to 8pm ? Money Orders, daily from 9 a.m. I p.m. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ? Savings Bank open daily from 9 a.m B 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and ? ft to 8 p.m, deposits only. I Postal Notes (Sale of) during post ? office hours ; cashing, during money flj order hours. ? Note.— -AH offices are closed during H sorting of mails from Sydney at 1 1 a.m ? daily ? Arrival of Mails. ? From Sydney G.P.O. and Woodstock, ? daily at 11 '5 a.m. ? Oowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur ? day at 1 1.30 a.m. ? Eugowra, Tuesday1, and Saturday at H 1.30. p.m. ? Cargo, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur ? day at 3 p.m. \ ? Walli and Lyndliurst, Wednesday and ? Saturday at 1,30 p.m. ? Goolagong, Friday at 8 p.m. ? Loekvrood aid Burdett, Thursday at H #5.30 p.m. ? Departure of Mails, B ^ ^or Sydney and Woodstock, daily at H Towra, Monday, Wednesday and Fri Wt va v at, 11.15 a.m. In Moi...
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 13 July 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 9 o'clock a,m. ; Stations of the rosa and Benediction on Friday evenings at 7.30 Mt. McDonald. — First Sunday of the month. Mass at 11 o'clock a.m. ; Devotions at 7,30 p.m. Mass on the following morning at 7.30. Canowindra. — Second and fourth Sundays of the month, Mass at 11 a.m., devotions and bene diction at 7.30 p.m.; Mass on the folloVring mornings at 7.30 a.m. Woodstock. — Third Sunday of the month, Mass at 11 a.in. ; devotions at 7.30 p.in; Mass on the following morning at 7.30 a.m. Eugowra. — Fifth Sunday of the month (when occurring), Mass at 11 o'clock a.in. ; devotions and benediction at 7-30 p.m., Mass on thefcl lowing morning at 7.30 a.m. Mass on the Tuesday after the second Sunday at 10 o'clock. Revs. D. O 'Kennedy and P. J. Doran,