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Peach Aphis Specific. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Peach Aphis Specific. So many have written, -and. are con tinually writing .me, '?.with-, regard (to my . solution for the extirpation of the peach aphis, that I propose fnow to give every peach grower the exact formula -which I have used with complete success myself, i at llwxsame ttme T desire it to be remem bered that I attach considerable: impor-i iance to the constitutional management of i the tree, as explained in niylicile pamph- j let ' leaen tjulture, wnicn nas oeen sent to ahout 100 peach growers. How ever, the combination of vegetable juices that I use for the immediate ex tinction of the aphis at all times are these, -viz., — Tannin, Capsicine, and Nico tine. I do not use them in any highly concentrated form, but take them direct from nature. .'Wattle bark chilis, and the tobacco plant, though not the only, are in my opinion the best sourses for secur ing the juices required. The matter has been the result of innumerable experi ments with me, extending over years. At fir...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

CANOWINDRA P. A. & H. * ^ASSOCIATION. COMMITTEE MEETING, SATUR 11th August, at 2.30 p.m., at tho School of Arts. A. E. SMITH, Hon. Secretary. CANOWINDRA RAILWAY LEAGUE. MONTHLY MEETING, Schooiof Arts m Hall, SATURDAY, 18th August, at 2.30 p.m. JOHN FINN, Secretary. FARMERS AND SETTLERS ASSOCIATION, N.S.W. CANOWINDRA BRANCH. MONTHLY MEETIN G,'School of Arts, m Hall, SATURDAY, 1 8th Augnst at S. 30 p.m. JOHN FINN, Secretary. To Brick makers. TENDERS are invited for persona willing to. make 18,000 BRICKS. For Particulars apply ~J.B. SMITH, Lockwood. CANOWINDRA SOCIAL CLUB. First Monthly Social. —will be held at — SCHOOL OF ARTSc -?—-Gil— Friday, 17th. August. REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED. Dancing at 8,30- First- slas*. Music. THOS. E- WHELAN. Hon. Sec, A Plain and Fancy Dress Ball ? WIIX BE HAXD Burdett School of Arts, — ON THE— 7th September, 1900, Very best 'Kauri f o -r in the district, and ExCillcnt Music will be piovided. J. CUTCLIFP3, Hon. Se@

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Saccharate of Copper. A NEW FUNGICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Saccharate of Copper, A NEW FUNGICIDE. Professor Prilleux of the National Agsonomic Institute of Paris, recommends strongly the following preparation in, place of both the Bordeaux mixture And the ammonia-copper liquid, for use as a fungicide or germicide for spraying. For 25 rrallons of the swaying liquid, _ _ ^ - ? , * , i* ar*n _ n *r ? ? it and znake uiro jyluk ox ijime 4lb of quick-lime ; diesolve 4lb of mol psses in a gallon of water, and mix with the milk of lime— this will make a solu ' fion of ' Paccarhate of lime ' stir thoroughly, find let stand for a few hours. Next dissolve 4lb of bluestone in 8 or *0 gallons of wafer, and pour into it ^he lime-molasses solution, while stirring briskly. The mixture becomes very turbid with the gypsum formed, which may be allowed to settle out, leaving a clear greenish solution of (- S.accharatie of Copper ' whieh may be drawn off from the prrlimont, thus obviating all 4nnff'er of clogging the spray nozzle and 5 en ving: the leaves clean...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lockwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Lockwood. (From Our Correspondent.) A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Church of England Canowindra on Wednesday the 8tli inst., ihe contracting parties being Mr. H. Green of Orange, and Miss C. H. Brown, seventh daughter of $Ir. G. Brown, the Rey. E. Lethbridge beij^g the celebrant. The bride looked charming in a blue-gvey lustre trimmed with white satin and cream la-39, with chiffon and baby ribbon. ' The brid^e Tn2.id was Mise Susan Browi), gisjiei' of th$ bride, who was attired in white, witl sailor hat trimmed with satin , ribbone Mr, H. Green, brother of the bridesgroom aeted as best maa, and the Bride wa v given away by her father, M&nv useful ?and ornamental presents were displays f on a side table, and was a centre of a* traction. The weather is all that could be deeire for the growing crops, the early sown a t looking splendid, though in some plan the growth is too rapid, and shows an i clination to go down. There is abu, dance of grass everywhere, and as a co7...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

_J ? - , I Mr. W. F. OK M I S T O N, . ??? Dentistt .???..?? ? Covhia. I . . ?. . .? '? ? RICHARD ^AYRTON, [Established 1885.] CAN 0 WINJ^El. GENERAL BLACKSMITH and -I- WHEELWRfSHT. BUCGY AND COACH BUILDER. REPAIRING AGRICULTURAL IM PLEMENTS A SPECIALITY. Charges for Horseshoeing as follows : Saddle Shoes 4s. Cock Shoes, 5s. Cock and Ba&s, 5s 6d. Slippers, 2s 6d per Sex. AGENT for GEORGE FISH & SON'S CELE BRATED PLOUGHS. ALL : ORDERS : FAITHFULLY / * EXECUTED. JHJTUESH - - - ?- and - - WI0TER, Just arrived per s.s, DAilAS.CUS 18 Oases Genera! Drapery ? - - consisting of Blankets Flannels, Flanneiletes, Y/ool Qooigs, Clothing, etc., etc,, etc, EVERYTHING NEW and HIARKEQ AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. R. P. BUyCEUEY importer and pejiefal Storekeeper, .-t. It., r- - -? - / . ? ? * 'j - r ?? ?? ? * ? -r v ? . '.r. s ??? r ? ? ? ? -?? ? ? ???? ? -o ?/: - ? :v.- - . ** * - 1 -OUR SfRIMG GOODS || — WILL BE BEADY 02*— ^.AUGUST 1ST, 19QO,^Z: — ALSO OUBr-, '? . I SPRING FASHIONS, ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Canowindri Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Canowindri Brass Band. j A meeting of menbers of the above] was held in tho Schooiof Arts on Satur- - day ni^htlast, at 7 p.n.. when the following members wee present. — Messrs. J. C. Marka, c.hairman) R. Rice, G. Newton, J Gfmshaw, V. Mintor, J Galvin, A. Rico, S. Howey, and A. E. Smith, (hon. sec.' Mr. F. lioman, band-master at Cowrawas also present on invitation. Messrs. G. K. Minter, J C Marka. aril A. E. Smith (hon. sec.) were appointed trustees to arrange for the purchase and receiving of instruments. Mr. Homan advised the meeting to the effect that there were 10 first class in struments at Mount McDonald for the sum of £2G and advised that they should be purchased providing they were in good condition. Proposed by S. Howey, seconded by R. Rice, that the secretary communicate with Mount McDonald in reference to the instruments being available, and if so, the sum of 15s be granted Mr. F. Homan for the purpose of inspecting same. Tho meeting then adjourned. The following is the ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Postal and Telegraphic Information. OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Postal and Telegraphic Information. I Office Hours. I Post Office opeft 9 a.ni. to 8 p.m'. Telegraph Office open 9 a.m. to 8pm Mo iley Orders, daily from 9 a.m. p.-tn. Saturday from 9 a.m. to- 1 p.m. Savings Bank open daily from 9- a.m 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.. to 8 p.m1. and 6 to 8 p.ni, deposits only. Postal Notes (Sale of) during post office hours ; cashing, during money order hours.. Note. — All offices are closed during sorting of mails from Sydney at 1 1 a.m Arrival of Mails'. From Sy tfn ey O.P.O. and AVoodsfock, daily at 11*5 a.m. Cowra, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 11.30 a.m. Eugowra,- Tuesday and Saturday at 1.30. p.m. Cargo,- Tuesday',- Thursday arid SatUrj | day at 3 p.m. ! Walli and Lyndhurstj- Wednesday and Saturday at 1,3 O p. m. Groolagong, Friday at £ p.rfl, Lockwood and Burdett, Thursday at 6,30 p.m. . Departure of For Sydney and Woo*lst«*;lw daily a? 2.30 p.m Cowra, Monday, Wednesday and ~a« ; i Aav at 11.15 a.m. Eugowra, Monday and Friday at 1).30 Cargo,- Mon...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. EEinn and W J Flannigaifi.. | John Finn ! Agricultural Machinery. T. Eobiufcoa & Co'., — -il . L-. BullMv Ba-xiis. Commercial Banking Company of Sj'dney, Limited. Manager — A E Smith Blacksmiths and Wiieelwk-ights'. Il Ay rton J C Marka 1) 11 SI' Donald Bootmaker1 J Carter' Builders W H Atkinson Baker. 3 Wot rester' B. J. lverr Coach and Btjckj1? S-uiiDERS1 ? D E McDonald E Ayytou J C Marka Cy'cee Depot. (@ a*a Cycle Depot, — -I!. L. Bullen. 1 Hotel K ::kp'ers. M Dwyeiy Junction Hotel J H Marshall, Viwturia Hotel Saddle axd 11a hn ess Makers 3 B Newl&nd Atkinson tfros. IXSXJBATTGE AGENCIES'. Australian Mutual Provident Society limited.— II. L. Bullen, Agent. Imperial Five Insilvance1 Coy.-, — :H. 1 1 Bullen-, Agent. Liverpool, and London and Gibbe S*ire and Life.— J. J. Finn, Agent; SrOttEKEEEPERS' J. Sovd, Storekeeper. W. Pendall. UNDERTAKERS'' ~W IT Atkinson * J C Marka 'Wool and- Produce Buyers, T Breen 1- ^inn and W J Flannigan

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

I.X.L. Bakery I.X.L. B. J.~KERR, PEOP^RIETOR, OAYINGr Purchased the Bakery Eslal- lishment lately occupied by MEiS. E. O'LOU GHLIN, begs to annoiurse that he is prepared to tuiii out FIRST-CLASS BUEAD' AND CONFECTIONERY. THO BREEN, WOOL m P0000CE MTU, CANOW1NDBA, ' \ f? prepared to' buy for Oaslr, WoV-] ** Hides,- Sheepskins, and Furs of every ind, also Tallow and Horsehair in any uafitity. F, DEfiRfiY,/^ YJatcfcsiiaker, Jeweller, and aptitian, KENDA Lfj-STIiEET. COWPvA,. For WATCH, CLOCK, and JE'WELJ-Eir/ All ovders l'fi wl tit jVfr.- A. Pol 'in son will receive prompt and careful attention. J Defective siglit tested- FUEE by the latest approved methods. %JSM j. C. MARK A, 6f the CANOWlSBRft GOACH F^ACTOrtY, Blacksmith aUd Underfakef, |3EGrS to an-ji ounce to the residents of C;Vnowin-ira rwid th'e Surrounding districts that he is prepared to execute all work supplied to hiiH in a truly Work man-iike1 maiiiler. He i:s prepared to do first-^lacss repairs to Agricultural Implements o...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

The Wonderful^-^*^^ Steam Cooker, Tire Marveftous Re1ro&ition?z-Sr of thtf Household. No Wonyy No Bother. laghteiis the Housewife's load,- and lenders booking a Comfort a'nd a Pleasure: It is a Great Economiser,- and over* 75 per. c'ent in fuel cart! be sayed T-y its use. Besides this,- it is eletai, and- Cooks I) elites thaii: the best' Stove eYer put on th^ Market. Messrs. WILLIAMS & LEWIS, tlie Agents fo*- this- Yfonderful iikven--' tion will be' in Cauowindra during the next month' and thoroughly canvas the1 district*- CorrespoHctence c/o P.O.-. CANOWINDHA.- j will receive jVfbmpt attention. Ask- Your Storekeepsr Far BOWEN BROTHERS' Boots & Shoes. I Look out for our TracfemaYk, wM'ch is a ^10 1 fiEi LSStiieri (JuMitee ftw' Quality* Kangaros' V/ark is Light and Dufabltf.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Progress Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Progress Committee Meeting. The usual monthly meeting of the above took place at the School pf Arts on Tuesday evening last, when there were present Messrs. T. Finn (in the chair), J. Boyd, A. E. Smith, R. Ayrton jun., W. Atkinson, T. Breen, J. H. Marshall, J. Newland, and M. J. Finn (sec.) After the minutes had been read and confirmed tlie inward and outward corres pondence was read. From the Department of Public Works, acknowledging receipt of letter in re. metalling portion of Canowindra- Wood- stoclc roftd From Mr. T . Waddell, M.P., stating that the petition in re. water-table would receive prompt attention, From the Goolagong ' Progress Com mittee in re deputation to wait on the Minister for Works on his visit to Cano windra. From the Secretary of Woodstock Progress Committee, stating that that committee had forwarded to the Com missioner for Roads an application for the road Woodstock to Cainowindra to be raised to a higher class, and also for a special grant of £500 to be ex...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

?f To the EdiUr.) Sir,—! have been requested by Tesi dentsjof Canowindra and surrounding dis tricts, to explain and define the proposed route whieh the Cargo Railway League! Ihas pledged itself to support, and advo-. -eate. It ic needless io say, that in all great movements, especially in the ex penditure of Government raeney, ' A little forethought eaves much after thought.' In view of this fact, the j Car go Railway League advocates a light line branching off the Grange-Molong | Kiie at Anaaroo,, (or its vicinity/ via Cudal, Bowen Park, Cargo. Avenel, Barragan, Lockwood, thence to Canowindra.' A station close to Cudal would be accept able to lower Bowen Park, Big Flat, Cudal and its environs. A station close to Cargo would suit the upper part of Bowen Park., (which is the garden of the district) also Carga, Cannangles, Four- ! mile Creek, Gum Flat, and Avenel. Another etatjou situated mad way between Lockwood and Barragan, would suit! these two magnificent districts, also ; Boney'...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

- - '? ' - * ? Our Open Column. flTkik co'lutm is open to those of our swb- : JavrMen and supporter* who would wish to express m opinion on any subject, Hkdy to prove of interest to the reading puMic ?; TPe, thw.eforeJ) do wt !vol&\ ourselves responsible for such ?opinions, ; &or identify .ourselves in anyway with same.) ? * ? ' — ? ? ? ? ? ? . ? : ? . » Jt. ' ? ? ? _1 - '

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From the Transvaal. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

jijii . ,l- ^ . wx .iiiu.uL ^ ffom tiw Trunsvaai. TUe follow^ig letipi, jjjst received by Mr, Frank Brien of Cranhmy fron^ Trooper D. J^obizi8dn, of D Sqnadrqn JiTjS.W, w^iiljnrove of interest to many readers in Cano^uidra and sturounding distri{!t8.-w; /.'i , - ' 25e^5UBt, June 30th 1000, Dear Frai»k,nprl will j^st sen4 yqu 4. line $s I ha ve ,«: spare ininute or. twot and ii is a gqqd while sinqe l yr rote you last., We landed at Beipa on the lltl^ of Apnl, it w^s quite a strange sight fop some of us. All yon could see was blacks, neai^y naked, whichever way yqu laoked- We were something newfor them to see, and some of the oldest residents qnt there had never seen a horse before, We iande4 our horses in cpiendid condition, they were the fattest lot that came over ; none died at Beirg,, but we lost a terribly Jot abqnt . \ 60 . miles farther out, The naiftO 6f t^us place was Bamboo, Creek, and a wilder place I never saw,. Wild animals of all kinds could be heard about the pamp at f...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARGO v. BARRAGAN. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

CARGO v. BARRACAN. (To the Editor.) bin., — A few days ago a fnend intro ^ced-to me a paragraph published in the ' Orange Leader ' newspaper 'headed as ajjove fronj. a correspondent at Cargo. As a resident of the farming district of Barragan, which is go unjustly criticised in the paragraph referred to, and one , who was present at the meeting held in tew ijarragan Hall ; £ take exception to j the article referred to? for it is altogether I .one-sided. If a true version of tlie meeting was placed before the public, I for(one, would not ta^re any exception, ! but in the paragraph referred to, one is met with a sort of exultation at the treat ment we residents of Ijarragan received at tte hands of a couple of men who hailed fron^ t3fe mining centre of Cargo. For this reason it is time that some one, illiterate though I be, should give ^ome of the facts as they occurred. First, as to the remarks ancnt the Chairman and (Secretary pro. tern., those gentlemen should be well able to take c...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Matters. CARGO v. CANOWINDRA. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Railway Matters. sOABGO.v, CANOWINDRA. ( To the Editor.) 6ir,w0b Tuesday 'Canowindra was jhjDnored by a, visit fjc®m two gentiLemen io{ (Cargo, viz., Messrs, Worrali and IBulkeley. They jmtemewed many pro jmiaent citizens of Canowindra explain ing the very great advantage that a jrailjvay lyie from the ' Alpine-like ' -coiintry of Amaroo would give to. the ffcoMjjp. and' district in lieu, of that' which ithe prosperous. Canowindra Uailw:ay ? 'T ? ? ? 1 ' ? j . ? A vwague are ana na^e Deen agitating tor, purely, Sir, these gentlemen must first consider thai the Canowindra Railway League egg $ras not hatched yesterday, and consequently is not in the embryo #tage, .as that fatherless chicken hatched, and first seeing the light of day on the 27th ultimo,, at Cargo. To me at seems Strang© that j&uring all the years that have gone by, no one ever had the auda fry to propose such a eehenje to a sane people as that now attempted to bo forced down the thrpats of the residents of this...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

J.oca! Topics A. ' Standing' Menace to the Rising Generation.— The tree in the school play ground. Committee meeting, of the local P. A. find H- 4S9Qciati°W torinorrow, at 2.30 j- m, School of Arts.-r-We wish .to remind members of the committee tljat in ac cordance with the new rules or tne insti tution committee meetings will in future be held on the second Tuesday ijight in each month- Tuesday night next, the 14th inst, will, therefore, fro the Jiext night of meeting* Ourselves. -r— As wiU be noticed, this is^ue has been apparently reduced in size. Wq epty !- apparently5 ' advisedly, as, though the number of pages is riot so great the amount of local1 news and in formation generally to be found in the ' {Star ' yrill t-Q foipi^ to. \n ^ay lessen. An Item-— -On the title page of- this issue wiU h° found the first enstalment of o;ie of the finest collection of recipes in JSFew South Walas, which it is our inten tion to give to our readers. Everythin its dealt with in this collection...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

? THE ' ?' '-i COMMERCIAL BANKI HQ C 0 * OF SYDNEY, LTD. : Capital Paid XJp £1,000,000 Reserve. Fusd , . . .i 1,010,000 Reserve Liability , , 1,000,000 Totai. . , , . £3,010,000 DlEBOTOESJj: Sir Edward I$pox, Chiifman. ©. J, Cohen, Esq., Deputy Chairman. Hon H. E. Kater, M.L.C., Hon. H. Moses, M.L,C., Hon Richapd Jones, M.L.G. Gexeiul Manager : T. A, DIBBS, Assistant Manager and Chief In spector : T. B. GADEN. HMD OFFICE, SYDNEY'' tJEORGE-STREET, Branches throughout the colonies of 'Jfew South Wales and Queensland. All Banking Business Transacted, A, E SMITH, Manner, Canowindra Branch., ARCLAY & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. 1st Prim Sydney 1605, 169a, 18QS mod J 80)». DRFOLEY^ MAY Tie -CONSULTED at Mm, Denis's Hotel on EVERY WEDNESDAY, from J.2 to 3 p.m. THE CAHOWIMDRA STAR. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, -IX ? ^

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Trooper J. Mullampy. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

t^oopfer 4. ^ullampy, : ? j f ii&tracte frofii a letter received by Miss Mullampy- from her brother, Trooper J. Mullampy, N.SkW. Mounted rifles ' Pretoria, 18th. June, 1900- ' Yoti Veill see by the date that I am spending my birthday in Pretoria, and I could not wish to, be in a much prettier place, but we have hot had much time to h.ave a look at it, as we only had a half a day o$ yesterday. I suppose you were all very pleased in Bathurst when tlie news arrived of the charge the New &;vith Wales Bifl.es made into Pretoria. 'We galloped for six miles, and otir big guns vrere shelling' over our heads. It was glorious while it lasted. We halted on the outskirts of the town and Colonel I)e Lisle sent me back with a despatch to General Hamilton, but the country was Very rough aiid it got dark, so, as 1 could not find the General, I returned to the troops. The despatch remained with me, and as it was the' first one sent out of Pretoria I am sending it to you as a memento ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Our Railway League [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 10 August 1900

Our kail way League, The fallowing letter, to which the ap pended answer has been forwarded, has been received by the secretary of the Canowindra League : — ' To the Secretary Canqwindra Rail way League. Dear Sir. — I am directed by the Bowan Pa^k Railway League to request yoij. wiU be geod enough to ^nlorni us as to. your views as to the different railway routes We understand that you are agitating lor. a railway from some part of the Odwra-BIayuey line to Canowindra, and on to some part ^f the Molong-Parkes line— or dq you propose it .to end at Cano windra ?— and^also 40 you wish the con struction ' of it to start from the Cowra end ? — or is there any other route pro posed by you ?— alsq what would be your views on a railway from Amaroo via Bowan Park, touching on Cudal, Cargo, Barrigan, Lockwood and on to Canowin dra? As our league has only, been forrqed to-day and adjourned to next Saturday in order tq hear, if possible, bj that date the views of othei lqagues an early reply is...

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