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Contingent for China. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Contingent for China. It has been decided by tho Tl'onse of Assembly to send a contingent to China, the voting being 37 to 7*

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Local Topics. Locally Grown Potatoes*-— -A very good sample of late grown potatoes was left at oar office the other day by Mr. James Dwyer of Waterguniben. They com prised Brownoll's, Large Kidney, .and the good old Blacks. Some of the pota toes were very large, and when cooked made an excellent table vegetable. Indian Famine Fund.— We beg to notify that the lists of conraibutions to this fund will finally close ou tke 31st inst., and those desirous of sending in tk-ir donations are respectfully asked to do so at once. - Hordern Bros. — In this issue will be seen a new advertisement from the, well- know and enterprising firm' of general importers di*awi»g special attention to their new shipment of spring fashions. Mechanicas School of Arts.— The com mittee of this patient and lthig suffering institution held their last meeting for the year on Tuesday evening, a report of tf hich is published in another column It will be seen by the balance-sheet vrliicli is hero appended, that in sp...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINA AND CHRISTIANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

€HINA AND CHRISTIANITY. ^Hfi fearful atrooities aiil murders lately coniuiilted in China sends a tkrill i of horror through' the hearts cf all civi t lized beings, and although these m assaeres I are contradicted -Jay- CJiiua officials in I 'Western Earope, the source through I vliich the information is derived is so tainted that it causes the gravest doubts to arise in the minds of thoughtful men, Through a jjeligious controversy now taking place through the columns of the '? Evening News ' regardiug expressions used by the Rev. Geo. Walters, -of the Australian Church, in a lecture given by that gentleman a fortnight back, mis representations vti itfsse true meaning he wished to convey, has apparently taken place, That the European Powers are «.nxHHJS to t- strip China of many of her possessions and do away with many of Jior old cu-stonis, including lier creed, seems evident. That the principles upon which, the reasons for ? warding ugajnst China are hnsed is subject to question ca...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farmers and Settlers' Association [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Farmsrs and Settlers1 Asioclatinn A meeting took place at the Sr:li )r»l o!' Arts Hall Inst .Saturday, the President occupying' the chair. -»»vn-g to thf finall number of in'eifibers pre.s»nL- it w;is moved by Mr. Miuter, and s--co .dod by Mr. W II .TravfcSs tha-T. this m^evin-- *t;U)-l adjourned until next .uion'.h, and tln- reading'; ninl iH-conianO)' of the dolo.-' Rite's Q,\i- V CCmwi') lvp n-t bo .1 f -!?:?-?-] lull that date. C.utumL

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Sporting Notes. [By ' Beggar Boy.'*'] 'Billy' 'Woodham achieved a great success yesterday in Sydney with his horses. In the All-height Handicap, Nyrang, carrying 9.4, won comfortably, beating a good field, and later in the day Don Cleve put up a first-class record by annexing the Free For All Trot, IJ miles, starting 19 seconds behind scratch. It is announced that ' Billy ' is bringing' Don Cleve up to compete at Forbes on Wednesday and Thursday next. It will be a feather in his cap if he succeeds in lowering the colors of Buckland's cracks. 9 Old Paris is announced to be a runner in the Rosehill Handicap on Saturday, and is handicapped with a steadier of 9.9 which is top weight It it time the han dicappers treated the old fellow with a little nioi*e leniency. No doubt he will be the centre of attraction at Rosehill. Sequence, who is a half-brother to the well-known Cowra mare Merveileux, is now first favorite for the Epsom Handi cop to be ran at the big Band wick Spring meeting. Mr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

THOMAS FINN, [ESTABLISHED 1874.1 GROCER DRAPER & GENERAL STOREKEEPER ROBINSON STREET, CANOWINDRA. NEW GO07)S FOR WINTER wear are now on view at Finn's. T?7£ &:wmT TfHRGS^vmim goods. lfI- ^£. -9^11' GlothinS and Mercery. THE LARGEST AND BEST Assorted Stock of Genera! _ ~.~, ,.._ — - Drapery iii the Distract is to be seen at Finn's and the Value Defies Competition. .-?*'?'?'' ? ?'- — — 'gg*r;°' ;r^- CroceriGS as usual at Lowest Prices ; I still sell Yankee Doodte Tobacco at 4s. per lb. The Ironmongery! Crockery, and Furnishing Bnpartments are Well Assorted, 33eBt Brands kej)l and marked at Bedrock Prices. VICTORIA HOTEL, OANOWINDKA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. None but the Beat Brands cf Wines and Spirits, etc., kept in Stock. Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. THE TERMIMUS HOTEL FOR ALL COACHES. Passengers booked for Woodstock 'Walli, Lyndburst, and Mandurama. J. H. MARSHALL, PROPRIETOR. EB6EME Fllffl & WJ.FUHM1 AUCTIONEERS, :: VALUATORS, STOCK, STATION, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for views expressed by our correspondents. (To the Editor.) A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for views expressed by our correspondents. (To the ffluor.) A CORRECTION. Deab Sir,— In your u Star ' of the 20th July, aa account of a meeting of the Oanowiiidra P. A. andH.. Association held in the Soho?' of Arts on the 14th inst. is given. One pa. agvanh reads as follows, — '' l^^re were :wo nominations for the position of President, viz., Mi'-iter and Crawford, the latter not being desirous of the position, Mr. Minter was uuiiiiately elected. ' This, I thi'lk, ha.1 i!y represents mai.;.ji's in their true form. The fads are, that Messrs. ivli-ite. aud Crawfoi-d were nominated for the por,i;,loM of. President,- but it was no made kvown to the meeting that it was lie. C.'awfoi'd's^wish to witlidraw, any more than it was made known t'-iat Mr. Minter off ered to withdraw in favor of Mr. Crawford. A ballet was taken which, resulted much in favor of Mr. Minter. From your report it would seem that the position of President was offered...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Rail way League. I 'A representative gathering of members I of the league attd visitors from Bavragan I met at the usual, monthly meeting1 held I i.n the School of Arts Hall on Saturday I 21«t lllSt. -,„ ? : ? I Mr: Tlios. Finn, J.F., (chairman), I nresent members. — GK Minter, A E ♦Smith. Jos Jones, Thos 13reen, J H Karshall. John Swindle, Wm. Basoett, J.P., V Craved F 0 Crowe, J.P., A Rourke. Olias Whitmes,- R Swiadle, Jas Dwror,'W H T:-ares, J.P., II L BiJlen, W J Moore, J J Finn, (Sec). Messrs. A Swansbra, R H Narjh, E G Ingham, II. Webb, E Webb, and J Webb, and loihflrs, attending through letters of in Ivit.ation. I:. 3£ovsd by W Bassett, seconded by ?T 0 Crowe, That the minutes of last Reotitig as read be confirinod. Also that Bi ward and outward correspondence be ?d opted. C'arried. K Tho cliainnan read the rules and by Biws forthft infoiMiiafion of visitors. B Mr R H Nash apologised for the uon ftteudanceoii. the people at C'-idal, and ?roiu ted out that business prevented t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canowindra School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Canowindra School of Arts. A meeting of the committee of the above was held at the Hall on Tuosday ovening last, the folio wing being in atten dance — Rev. E. Lethbridgp (in the chair) ond Messrs .Tno.. Boy d, Jap. Cook, R. Ayrton, L. Ivirkland. and A. K. Smith. A letter was received from Mr. Peek, resigning tho position of hon. secretary, which was accepted with regret. Mr. (Smith was appointed to act temporarily in the position of hon. secretary. The Chairman then read tho new rules as prepared by the sub-committee appointed to revise same. It was resolved to cvill a special general meeting of fill members for Monday evening next, for the purpose of adopting the new rid^s aud electing officers and committee for the ensuing year. We earnestly hope that all who have the interests of tin* hist; lution at hem will r.tte fid the meeting.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cargo. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Car jo. (From our o?vn Correspondent.) In this, my first communication to you, I regret that there is not much of impor tance to send. . On Tuesdaj' last a pretty wedding was celebrated in the Anglican Church by the Eev. V. Hose, the' con traeting parties being Miss E. ]jud--e and Mr. J. Hamilton, who, 1 understaiid, has considerable mining interests m Canowindra. A large congregation as sembled to witness the ceremonv. The bride was very tastefully dressed, and looked as every bride should do — happy. The weddnig breakfast was held at the bride's Grandmother's residence, and passed off with eclat. The presents were very numerous, pretty, and useful. The Happy couple left for Orange for their honeymoon. Every one of their friends wish them happiness and prosperity, which are well deserved. On Wednesday following the first match there was another, but of a v;-rv different character. The Cadal knights of the leather sphere met the Cargoites on pur local ground, and aCter a very good g...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Womanhood Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Wamanhsod Suffrage. The proposition moved by Mr. Rose, xiwrnVr for Argle, in the House last week — '.That the franchise should not be imposed upom women of New South Waifs until a majority of adult females voting at a referendum have approved or womanhood suffrage' was without doubt one of the most sensible and far woing motions yet laid before the House re- peering this all-important agitation. That he was only supported by our own stfvvling. plain-spoken, and ' straight going member— Mr. Thos. Waddeli— is not tn bo wondered at. The new member for Bathurst, Mr. W. II. Young, was not very wide of the mark when lie con cluded the proposal had only been made to defeat tne referendum. Mr. Uoso's remarks referring to only four of the ]K-!:ty States in America enjoying this privilege after an agitation lasting over oi- years, is a strong proof of women's disinclination to enter the political arena. None but that modern bug-bear, the so called new woman, have any desire to interfere with ...

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

IT IS A FACT— WEBBEE'S VITADATIO, WILL CURE YOU. BEAD THIS TESTIMONIAL. HEART TROUBLES. A truly wonderful Cure of RHEUMAT ISM and HEART DISEASE. 12 Years' suffering cured by VITA DATIO, the Great Herbal Remedy. 19 Gilbert-street, Adelaide, December 4, 1899. MR. S, PALMER. Dear Sir, — Kindly allow me the pri vilfi.^e of let; ing you know what VITA DATIO has done for me (an old man 74 years of ago). For the past twelve years I have been always ill. One doctor told me I had Rheumatism, another said I had weakness of the spinal nerve, andstill another doctor said my complaint wan heart disease. About or-rht m03iths ago I started taking your VITADATIO, ami the result is more than I expected. 1 feel twenty years younger. I have regained health and strength, and feel quite a new man. VITADATIO has done more for me than words can ex press. My advice to anyone suffering is — -'Try what this wonderful medicine will do for you,' You have my full per mission to p_ublish this testimonial* — Your...

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

V^BI YOUTH & OLD ABE *®% \ 1 Dr.Williams' Pink Pills V«.. $ GtVEHEALTH&STRENQTH. ^ ?^|j This is because they attack the foundations of disease, -h'* ;|* not by the weakening- process of purging or moving the 7KP \fi bowels (as all so-called blood purifiers do), but by giving fcgxf .1. direct strength and nourishment to the BLOOD and yr. \f/ NERVES. Thus it is that in Youth or Old Age they are 1M *fo able to cure so many different diseases. ... j! A LITTLE BABY SAVED ! ' ?|f \f/ Cured of Consumption of the Bowels & Lungs, Bronchitis, yf *|* Indigestion, Severe Cough and Vomiting. ^|- .». Some time ago Mrs. Maria Ruppert:, of Teutoberg, near Landsborough, ^*^ \&# Queensland, wrote to us as follows : — ' For two years 1 have been expecting %MJ v-r niv adopted daughter, Emilie Mary Ruppert, to die. She has been ill. \?f ^ Wfl 4 ever since her birth. Although so little, she suffers terribly from chronic fc&^4 ^|,Vr indigestion, consumption of the b...

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

Tattersall's Monster Prize List Spring Handicap, Ilth August.— 50,000 at 5. '* Adelaide Grand National lith August — 25,000 at 5. Metropalitan Stakes, llth September —50,000 at 5. do. ? do .Special.— 50,000 at 5. Demonstration Handicap, 1st October.— 50,000 at 5* Caulfieid Cup, 20th October.— 100,000 at 5. do. do. Special.— 100,000 at 5. Melbourne Cup, 6th November.— 100,000 at 20. do. do. 100,000 at, 5. do. do. Special. — 10U,000 at 5. ? - Address— ' TATTERSALL,' Care of G-EO. ADAMS, Hobart, Tasmania. T. ROBINSON & CO. PROPRIETORY Ltd. Agricultural Engineers SP0TTESW00DE, NEAR MELBOURNE, Manufacturers of the Celebrated 8P0TTESW00DE STEirPEB, for both ordinary 'and damp weather TREAD P -WER WIXXOWEE,, with Pa-.ent Head Thrasher and Elevators LABGEST HAXD WINNOWEE. with Pump .Screen. ..FEDEKAL COMBINED HARVESTER, cheapest machinery ever m.-ule for harvesting a crop. MOX.UICn PA'' ^XT MULTIPLE PLOUGHS DISC PLOUGHS, with patent Expanding Frame Catalogues and full particulars on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

rflarv-iilous tH?'3£j.CEsrr». Ail5'e SYDNEY CYCLOFfAMA. daphne Floating in the Air. ;i.-k1 niany fijrhrs. wlii^ii to tbe ordinary mortal are simt-!y in-:iy-Iible, coasuimiy btiuij u-ftlti to the CycU'i'auia,

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The Indian Famines. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

The Indian Famine* We have l)een appi'oachftd b^ som«? gentlemen — residents of tlxe district-— ivLo are not fanners, and therefore unable to contribute bag's of wheat or /lour, in reference to receiving; nioliey Godfttions on their ; behalf. The cat^seJ bning one of such vital and all-world Jttflg'mtude has decided us to open a mone tavy donation list as 'well as a 'produce oiio, Tliis will enable each and evory one +o contribute their quote according1 to- their means, the smallest tontnbutioiis being gladly accepted. It is not our in f'uni io canvas and beg a donation from ftnyvme, as we contend that S a person roquiving persuasian to induce them to Iielo the starving and suffering natives of India does not give a voluntary gift, and that such gift can do no material good. We malce no special appeal to anyone, ?but simply ask the district at large to help their brethren as their own means can afford. Each monetary donation as it comes in will be handed into the bank mid forwarded ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

J It Is worth a Penny I jj i| YOU SIMPLY HAVE TO WETTfi ' i: . - A EEQtTEST ONAfit FENNY POST-CARP, t j And We will Post you FREE (j LATEST WINTER PATTERNS ! of KRESS MATEBTALS or SUTTTNGR, also ILLUSTRATIONS | of tlie LATEST FASHIONS. ;| ? ' ' | Sit down now and send us a Penny Post Card | we will do the rest, ij HORDERN BROTHERS, | SYDNEY LEADERS OF FASHION | ? 2C3, ?05, 207, 289, 211, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. j MA save' Fully 25 per. cent by buying all Y@nr Requirements at- ~h***£z\ — -B^^\t AN U nf i *!* IJ u 14- ^^'ifcfc We are fully Stocked in the following Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Ironmongery, Crockery and Grocery, AND WE ABE CUTTING PRICES TEBY LOW. Oi'll TAILORING DEPAIiTIfEXT TZ RF.VLETE WF1 11 A SPLENDID LOT OF PATTERNS ? Suits to Measure from 40s., Trousers to Order frmn IOs. 6d Fit, Style, and Workmanship Guaranteed. ftfjesit for Morton & Go's Celebrated Seeds* To Station Oiriiers and. Dog. Trappers I I Rangford's I !:' % :-f yf^ pT%^ g^,:, % ^k*£j&am...

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THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

0 ^E15 INDIAN FAimE FUND. 6o-« 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 iw llions of human beings in India suffer. in»- from a long succession of droughts — 'j ui uiioni itre living aany xroiii starvation. The English* and 'indiap Governments are relieving somo niue injH'ons of these poor people, and have appealed to the civilized world to render further assistance. It is proposed that each fanner should forward to Cano windra. at his earliest .opportunity on« bag- of wheat towards this deserving object, and we have been requested to act as « receiving officer.' This honor we glad! y accept and having a large bi ig'gv slied at tile back of our oiiice at present empty, w-? are prepared to receive and store each donation as it comes to hand mtil aiK;h time as a sufficient number of bays are in hand to justify us in. forwar ding them to Sydney via Cowra. Mr Jiimo-s C...

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Meteorological forecast far Farmers 2nd Gardeners, for July 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

fjgBtgorologSca! forecast for Fanners and Gardeners, iar July, 1900. j'l'y Onoxzo Pri^a, Metoorulogist and Astronomer.] 1st to Orel. — Tlie atmosphere at the ?i-imp.r.purrmr-iit of the month wilt bo fa vnv;.t)]e for ]-lanting and sowing. Wea x\--:v w f-ctiled and dull. The northern districts will be under the influence of strong, cold northerly winds, north -east jno»L likely, shifting Mouth and tjouth-ea«t bringing snow on highlands arid general rams, heavy in places. West and south west districts will be. least affected. 4th to 7th.— Atmosphere very good, and suitable for planting and sowing operations. The weather will continue stovmv. bat I would advise that as much work be done as possible. Do no manur ing midr ethis atmosphere. i)th to 10th.- — Atmosphere good for planting- or sowing, Weather better, but variable. Easterly winds, shifting- south. 11th to. 13th. — Atmosphere good for planting and sowing, especially vines and trees. Weather variable, with f-oste, showers in plac...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 July 1900

Church Notices. CHUHCH OF ENGLAND. Services are held in diflerent churches is the Canowindra Circuit as follows : — Canowindra, 2nd and 4th Sundays »t 11 a.m 3rd Sunday, at 7 p.m. ; 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. Mt. McDonald— 1st Sunday at 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Woodstock— 2nd Sunday at 7 p.m., ; 4th, Sunday at 4 p.m. Walli— 2nd Sunday at 3.30 p.m. Goolagong — 3rd Sunday at 11 a,m. Lockwood. — 5th Sunday at 3 .30 p.m. Holy Comkuoton — Canowindra. — Bvery 4tft Sunday at 12.15 p.m., and on Saints* days and Festivals as circumstances permit, and by fipecia notice. Other places by special notice. Baptisms and Weddings. — Notice should be given at least one week before date wherever possible. Rev. Ernest Lethbridge.

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