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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

VITADATiO, THF GREATEST BLOOD PUEIFIEE OF THE CENTUEY. BEIGHT'S DISEASE CONQUERED. 54 Lander-st., Redfern, March 27, 1 TO'). Mr. S. A. PALMEE, 184 Pitt-st, Syd nev. Sir, — L deem it my duty to acknow ledge the benefit derived by me fr- m your wonderful Herbal Eemedy, Vitada tio. For the past four years I have been a snfferer with Bright's Disease, and was under two doctors for nine months, who failed to do me any good, and until six months ago I was certainly uselesss and helpless, and could not walk half a mile without resting, tbe pains in my back being so severe. I was advised to try Yitadatio, which I did, and after taking five large bottles I am in reality a new man, all pains and aches having dis appeared. I am now able to follow my usual work with pleasure, and do indeed feel grateful to God for such a medium, am pleased to be able to recommend it to others. I am, yours sincerely, (Signed) WILLIAM A. FELTON. The price of the Medicine is : Large Size,i?s 9d Small Size 3s 64 ; ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

Local Topics. An Accident.— Mr. H E Jones, at one time assistant in our Local Post Office, and late representing the New Zealand Loan and Discount Coy, 3iad a narrow 'escape last Sunday. Tile horse he Was riding fell and rolled over with liim, causing a severely sprained -wrist aid various kicks and abrasions about the body afcd face. Mr. Jones, who has just been reinstated in the Postal De partment has been appointed to Bourke j for which place he should have left last ; Monday. We are pleas'ed to state his injuries were such as to allow him to leave for his new sphere during the week. May good l\ick go with Mm. Departure of Mr. Hardwick-. — Mr. Hard wick who has held the position of assistant at our loftal post office tOok his departure for Sydney yesterday, having been transferred to head office. We, in conjunction with many others, wish this pushing young officer every success. Though sorry to lose him from our midst, we are at the same time pleased to congratulate him on his pr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

rpjjjg COMMERCIAL BANKIM C G OF SYDNES, LTD. ^ -1-lpitat, Paid Up »??. £ 1,00(^,000 Reserve Fuxd . .. 1,0'lOjOOO JIeserve Liability . . 1,000,000 Total .. .. £3,010,(500 j Directors : Sir Edward Ivnox, Chairman. Cohen, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Son JI. E.. Kater, M.L.C., Hojiv, H. _ Moses, M.L.C., Hon Richard Jones, M.L.C. ^en-erXlManA&er : T. A.DIBB$. Assistant Manager and Chief In spector : t. B. GADEN. HEAD OFFICE, SYDNEY GEORG£-$rMEET. Brandies throughout the colonies of N-Sw South Wales knd (Queensland. All Banking Business Transacted. A. £ «H, | JiIanager, Canowindra Branch. . DR. FOLEY MAY be CONSULTED kt Mrs. DtouisV Hotel «u EVERY WEDNESDAY, from 12 t'.» 3 p.m. Barclay & sons' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. 1st PxdM Sydney *885. 1800, -1687, I8&3 tod 1800.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agricultural Lessons for the Young. PRUNING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

Agricultural Lessons for the Y oung. rRTJXING FRUIT TREES. There is no reason why the young folk should not be able to prune the home orchard, and with a careful study of the hints given here and a bit of practice at it they should become adepts at it. In the first place we must consider the rea sons for pruning. It is not arjyays be cause a tree does not bear sufficient fruit that it is necessary to prune ; sometimes it is done not to increase the quantity but . to improve , the quality, Young trees should be pruned so as to give them a good shape to enable them to carry a large amount of fruit later on, and in such a manner that it will ripen -well. In the colder districts we prune to allow the sun to get well in among the branches, and in the warmer ones to keep them shaded. A one year old tree when received from the nursery should consist of one straight stem without any branches, and should be cutoff above a bud at the height the tree is required to start branching, from 15 to ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

FEDERATION. IBt recent caHes word is to hahd of the appointment of Lord Hopatown to the pusition of Governor General of Austra lia under the new Commonwealth. That tlte appointment appears to haVe .giveft general satisfaction in ;all the colonies which have embraced federation is evi denced by the remarks made by the Pre TUiiprs nf f.lio nflior St\nf oo. T.,vwl TTrvv*«_ I toon's previous experience as Governor of Victoria, especiallj' at the time of the ' boom ' crisis, should he of immense value to him in his important new posi tion. That he .shewed himself to be a man of good ability and resourceful tactics was clearly proved at the time, and fur ther evidence was given by the honor paid him ' in ♦Sydney on his retirement from office, lie being tfoo only ijiovernof of anotiier colony who has been ban quette! in New South Wales on relin- . quisling the reins of power. Being a comparatively young man — only 40 years of age — his h judgment -and discernment she-Hid be of the keenest,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

THANKS. ME. and M&S. OSWALD NASH &esire to convey their sincere thanks to ^hose people of Eugowra 'who so kindly Constructed a boat and came to their Rescue during the recent flood; more es pecially to those who at the risk of their ©wn lives crossed at night in tkft boat t-5 their assistance. Willow B&nk, 14th July, 1900. Eugowra. T&E CAN0WEHDSA STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 20.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. Soiffi 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 iiuui ci lung suuuussjoh ui urougms, many of whom are dying daily from starvation. The ' English and Indiap 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 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 gl adly accept and having a large buggy shed at the back of our ollice at present empty, we are prepared to receive and store each donation as it comes 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 J ames O'Malvenv, the wel...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Indian Famine. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

The Indian Famine. have been approached by fedme gentlemen — residents Of the district-— who are not farmers, and therefore ?unable fco contribute bags of wheat or flour, in reference to receiving money Irt m « i. ! ? ? A.\. i. _r _i_n m i _ -jli LutJir uexittu.» JLLLV cause* tiling one of such vital and all-world magnitude has decided us to op an a mme tary donation list as well as a produce one. This will enable each and every one to contribute their quota according j to their means, the smallest contributions being gladly accepted. It is not our in fion to canvas and beg a donation from i anyone, as \ve contend . that a person Acquiring persuasion 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 lioip their brethren as their own means can afford. Each monetary donation as it comes in will be handed into the ba...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

TENDERS. TEN53EJJS arc invited for completing an 8 -roomed brick Ilousu iit (..^rn owindm; the brickwork losing no^Vorectefh Tenders ciose on 4th August next* Ten derers are requests? to state the time of being able to complete the job- Fur ther particulars may be obtained from the undersigned. The lowest or any tender not necessarilv accepted. JAS. H. MARSHALL, Victoria Hotel, Canowindra. « 6 T 1C E. I MOTICE is hereby given that if Bay B MAItli, branded M near shoulder, 9 left with mo on April 6, 1899, by L» Bj Bastardi, be not released one month frorn H date, same will bo sold to defray ex* H penses by E. Finn, Auctioneer. B R, SWINDLE, B 20/7/1900, Cowta-road. B For Sale. I IS GOOD DRAUGHT HORSE, 8 . years B ?old. Any trial given. Pi'tco £15. H Applv B H, L. BULLEN. H COX?. SALE. — A Well Improved FARM B of about 600 acres, close to Canow- H indra. OvfiV 100 acres Hinder cultivation. ? ComCortable House and Good Orchard. B Permanent Watci\ Apply THIS H OFFICE. ? pOR SAT/lv — 4 H...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

SU I TSto, M E ASU R Ei 'f&- \t |3 IN EITHER QUATlTY. THESE SUITS AR| 11 SUCH AS MAY BE WORN BY ANY ! 1 BUSINESS OR PROFESSIONAL | gentleman IAN C ES WRITE ' qspr 737 PATTERNS GEORGE S- Smtffi;iearRai!nray Stofim «EASUREI?£KT SYDNEY. SUITS»,MEASURE \ ».,-£&? , ^ \ Wsx 'c7r \® ^/'ov cMs„ || IN EITHER QUALITvTT^CSESUIfSARf || SUCH AS M^Y BE WpRN BY ANY ''' li BySINES^ OR PROFESSIONAL || CENTLEWAN- IANCES WRfTE PATTERNS' — ,, , ^ND SELF GEOR0& ST §ctftaarRi2rrar Ml ^. MWm '. -mma Cargo Agency, 1HIR. A. J. Quick, Stationer, at Cargo, . has been appointed our Agent for the sale of the ' Canowindra Star'. Copies may be had from him. ?3 A O 'M K \ i i§i.W mi HP ii 1 III nnr) RICHARD ' aYRTON, [Established 1885.] C A N O W I N ^ E A . GENERAL BUOKSMITH and -!- WHEELWRIGHT. BUGGY AND COACH BUILDER. REPAIRING AGRICULTURAL IM PLEMENTS- A SPECIALITY. Charges for Horseshoeing as follows : Saddle Shoes 4s. Cocic Shoes, 5s. Cock axd Bars, 5s 6d. Slippers, 0s 6p peh Set. AGE...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

The ft,p]ile tree drtes not want very much I pruning alter tire hrst fcw years* Dead I and ijiterf ering branches should always I be cut out, broken brandies trimmed ? and straggling. ones cut baclc . ? The pear sliould be ti-eated i». a similar ? manner to the apple, . I

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

Sporting Notes. [By ' Beggar Boy.'] Sporting men during the last couple of months have had their thoughts concen trated on the Grand National Hurdle and Steeplechases just eoncluded in Mel bourne, wliich events were won by thorough outsiders, much to the delight of. the bookmakers. My Melbourne con f ?mmvivn w Rii.vft wirmiiKV /InnVvlA woe .,^^,.,*.,* 7 Wv7., — ' 510 L once laid. In the former event A.quartus (bp Niagara, out of Rosemary) won comparatively easy; and the Grand National Steeplechase was won on Satur day by a thorough, outsider in Rosebud (a mare, by Reginald ; dam, a mare by The Pearl). Sporting men hardly noticed there was such a mare left in the race. Wait-a-Bit, by Malua, a most, sensa tional horse in Melbourne Cups for the last few years, opened Lis winning career by annexing the Maiden Hurdle Race in Melbourne at the big Grand National mooting. This horse has been most unlucky on the flat, having run into a place hi two Melbourne Cups, Caullield Cup} and the Aust...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

If you want ? . Registered. Good! Steel Cutlery Send Post Card with your address to W. Jno. Baker, SsSsh 3 Hunter-street, Sydney, for his Illustrated Catalogue. Meteorological forecast for Farmers and Gardeners, aor July, 1900. p'y Onosrzo Presa, Meteorologist and. Astronomer.] I st to 3rd. — The atmosphere at the commencement of the month wilt be fa vorable for planting and sowing. Wea ther unsettled and dull. The northern districts will be under the influence of strong, cold northerly winds, north-east' A PERFECT FITTING SUIT ! | OUE FAE-JAMED 45S. 'AUSTRAL' SAC SUlT.^ gS. TO MEASURE. PERFECT FITTING. RELIABLE MATERIALS. GOOD WORKMANSHIP. THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. j Highest Grades of Goods. Newest Designs. New Colorings. New Patterns all ready for Autumn and Winter. VICARS7 HIGH-CLASS TWEEDS. Specially selected and manufactured for us to our on n order for the m ' Austral ' Sac Suit, to Measure, 45s. J WE DEFY COMPETITION ! In spite of the enormous advance in Wool, We are keeping up to o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

Cargo. On Friday evening last a ball was held jn the assembly room, which, was well attended, in aid of the piano fund of the Cargo sisters of St Joseph Convent. Mining matters are very quiet, the only work doiie being at the Common wealth by McMahon Bros., who arc gteadily developing their claim, Sixteen inches , of snow fell, causing our roads in many places to be almost impassable. McCutcheon's Hill on the Orange road is being cut down, neces sitating the niaildriver to yoke two extra horses on each trip to reach the top. A small vertical boiler is awaiting transport to Mr. E.G. Ingham's crea mery,' Ivanhoe, Barrigan. Tile annual meeting of the Cargo Progress Association will be held on 1st August, when the election of officers for the forthcoming year will take place. The building of our new post office will commence shortly. It will be- erected on the piece of land adjoining^ the pre sent -site, ? ^::P: Improvements to the amount of £130 are to be made to our local police sta t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

Railway League. The fallowing letter, received by the secretary of our Railway League has been submitted to us for publication : — 'Cudal, July Kith, 1900. — Sir, — I have been di rected by the Cudal Eailway League to inform you that this League is still willing and ready to co-operate with vnnr taa.mio in ATI nrrifofirni -Pro* rcilwnv communication, as proposed in my letter dated 27th Se.pteju.ber, 1899. viz., provid ed a lino is asked for from Gvogra on the Molong-Pai'kes line via Cudal, Bar ragan, and Canowindra, to any point on the Blfiyiiey-IIarden line. I may add that it is the intention o'f some of the members of our league to be present at your next meeting, when the matter can be fuUy discussed. I am, Sir, yours etc., Chas. ScinmniE, hon. sec.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canowindra P., A. and H., Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 July 1900

Canowindra P., JUandH., Association. I The annual meeting' of the above tt&s I . held on Saturday last, the following J(|$ieubers being pr-esentr— Messrs. G. K. K^miuter {in .the chair), Jos Jones, T J 1 Crawford J P., Thos Finn J P, J J Finn, I Jno Boyd J P, W Halliday, J B Nevr I Innd, Gr J Grant, Jas Worrall J P, Rev. I E Lethbridge, J 'A Rue; Cliaa Rue, A B -I..'.. ? Tb A ? j t 'n Tn r» ja»uuuuuw?xL, jjj* Aynuu oar, . u uraveii, : A F Lawrence, D Ferguson, W H : 'Cousins jun, C F Atkinsoa, Thos Grant, ; 33 J Bonrke, A Makin, and A E Smith, i On the motion of Mr. T. Finn, seconded ! ?by Mr Robinson, the minutes of the first : UieetiHg held were adopted. Rev. Lethbridge moved and Mr. Robin son seconded. 'That a letter of thanks be written to Mr. Waddell, M. P., for the able services rendered to the association. :and for his special prize of £2 2s, offered for the best team of six draught horses and waggon for our next show.': — searried. Mr. J, Finn moved and Mr. Crawford ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

A. FuHarton,- - - Tailor and Clothier, Summer-street, ORANGE, (Railway End.) Sac Suits from 42/-. Trousers from. . 15/-, New Goods now arriving for Autumn pad Winter Wow.

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The Fates and Prince Conrad. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

The Fates and Prince Conrad. By Gilbert Daylb. The Princess glanced up andher eyes dwelt en. Conrad's tali figure. Gradually ker %kz?, drifted to his face, Tlien she | (turned to her cousin. I 'T really love him, FloAa.V she said eoft.lv, THa Countess jumped up quickly. ] ' XII do it V she cried, with, sparkling ; eyes. ' I'll fool Pduce Leopold, tlie ; waolo court, in the cause of love ! Ah. ? but fra ready to begin novr,* «he finished ! eagerly, j Conrad caught her hand a&& pressed it to liis lips. ' I skall never forgei the service !' he eaid earnestly. The Oountess laughed. * It is not for your sake that I am «loing it ! If is for Alexia, a7)d aleo be cause thfi plan offors me some chance for excitement,. Tjife is so Inn ml rum, you Imow'!' she fiuifihed misohevfously ?* There is one other tMng,' said Conrad, turning to the Princess. ' Can you trust ^your maid ?' * Yes, fche is devoted to me heart and eoul.* Tkere wa6 s, knock at the door, and Annette entered'. *...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Those Starving Millions. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

TbQSt Starving Mllloiti. Bid you hark to the cry that came over - the sea, '?- Did you list to the accents of anguish, Ifcom tite land of the punkah, the ghurry, and ghee — Where the hordes in their agony lan guish? They're starving in millions, my brothers ! The poor little babes and their mothers ! Hare you nothing to spare For the sufferers there ? If they're brown, they are British, my brbthera. la ** The duty of Empire ' a thing to be felt, Or a phrase for an empty oration ? Though they may not be Scottish, nor Saxon, nor Celt They are part of the dominant nation 1 The Sikhs and the Ghookas, my bro thers ! Have fought by the side of no others! They are part of the crowd T-e whom Europe has bowed ! If tkej're brosrn, they are British, my brothers ! — W. T.'Goodob. Orange.

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Planting Fruit Trees. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Planting Fruit Trees. [HEBBERT J. EtTMSET.] We frequently hear of suggestions for celebrating the close of the war in Africa, and we shall also be celebrating the fed eration of the Australian colonies. Many methods of marking special occasions are more remarkale for their novelty than their useiuiness or even appropriateness, but what more fitting memorial could be devised than the planting of either fruit or ornamental trees. If Anstralia had one grand arbor day in August future generations would bless those that planted the fruit and ornamental trees in commemoration of that great occasion. Nor need we wait each for the other to organise some grand effort, for we can oach determine to do our own share by planting at least one tree. Either deciduous or evergreen trees may be planted up to the end of August or even later, and there is no part of Aus tralia where such trees will not p^ow. 'When fruit trees are received from a nursery at a distance, if they appear to have suffered at...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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