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The Transvaal. THURSDAY, 2.30., p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 April 1900

The Transvaal. [By Telegraph.] Thursday, 2.30., p.m. Despatches relating to the Spion Kop disaster have been published. Lord Roberts, while acknowledging Colonel Thorny croft's bravery, severely condemns his action, as a wholly inex cusable assumption of responsibility in ordering a retirement. Major General Sir Charles Warren he accuses of being guilty of errors in judgment, through want of adminis trative capacity. He should have per sonally visited Spion Kop. He condemns General Sir Redvers Buller for not asserting his authority. General Buller's reports justifies Colonel Thornycrofts action, but con demns Major General Warren. Home newspapers predict revelations of a grave concern, and some anticipate General Buller's retirement. Colonel Dalgetty's force at Wepener is still surrounded. Heavy rains are impeding the force sent to reheve tnern. . The Boers have issued an impassioned appeal, calling on all Africanders to rise. The Australian Bushmen have arrived at Beira. Bugler Mel...

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

Stray ffalas. fBv Diogenes.] The practical extirpation of the famine in India is the problem before the Go vernment, and it is a problem that will brook fto further tinkering. There are 24,000,^00 persons -in British territory affected, and 26,000,000 in native terri tory. These figures are appalling. 11 this problem is not solved, the British. Empire in India is to stand in peril. Britain is filled with desolation and many homes is Australia darkened by a few thousand slain in South Africa ! What scarce-conceiveable desolation in India ! 'While we have scarce ears to hear the wail of sorrow aud death from our fellow ?citizens in India, we can squander mil lions of pounds on the slaughter of pre cious lives, both Boer and British, in South Africa. o o o It was with great difficulty that the friends of humanity succeeded in insti tuting a fund in London on behalf of famine-stricken India. The Lord Mayor ?was far more willing to start it than Lord George Hamilton was to sanction it; a...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Proposed Farmers and Setters' Association at Barrigan. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 April 1900

Proposed Farciars and Setters' Association at Bsrrigan. A. strong representative gathering of farmers and settlers of the district met in the Barrigan Hall on Saturday night tlie 1 4th inst, for the purpose of discus sing the advisability of forming a Far mers and Settlers' Association. Amongst those present were Messrs. E. G. Ingham, F. Craven, Geo. Whit mee, J. E. Nash, W. Davis, J. Sharpe, John Davis. John Davis jun-, C. Wren, J. Ward. A. Balcombe, G. Wren, Chris. Wren, E. Wren, W Bassett, H* Grans den, VV. Coventry, H. Coventry, A. W. Swansbra, F. C. Crowe, A. E. Smith, and H. L. Bullen. Mr. W. Bassett was voted to the chair, Mi. A. E. Smith acting as secretary pro. tern. The Chairman, after thanking the company for the honor conferred, asked those present to give their views on the matter. After some discussion Mr. Nash proposed and Mr. Ingham seconded — ' That a branch ofihe Far mers and Settlers' Association of New South Wales be formed at Barrigan in the first instance, allo...

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GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 April 1900

GENERAL TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Mr Walter Griffiths M.P., a South Australian, has written to the ' Times.' He contends that the objections raised against the Commonwealth Bill is a con spiracy in order to defeat Federation. He further says that if the Bill is 'mperilled it may result in a moyemenfc to form an Australian Republic. The ' Westminister Gazette ' protests against lawyers precipitating in the crisis. Despite the ravages made by the Bubonic Plague, the death rate for the month of March shows a decrease. Twenty six gangs of men, of 16 men to each, gang are employed cleansing Brisbane. The ammount of rubbish and filth col lected has come as a revelation to the Municipal authorities, The Works Committee is considering the construction of the vv eJirngton- w erriss ureeK jxauway ior the first time, Australia's emigration exceeded immi gration last year, owing to Victoria's loss of population. j Five fresh cases of Plague have been| discovered in Sydney to-day, only one: death. For t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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The Farmers' and Settlers' Association of N.S.W. THE MISSION OF THE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 April 1900

The Farmers' and Settlers' Associa tion ofN.S.W. THE MISSION OF THE ASSOCIA TION. Pby j. j, miller.'] In the present era of almost universal organization it has been clearly demon strated that concerted action among faamers is just as necessary and of great advantage to them as to any other class in the community. In fact, it is more necessary, by reasoa of their being scattered over the face ot the colony, that there should be a sj'stem of organi zation through which a community of in terest may be sustained to give them equal standing with other classes who live in towns and cities. Concert of thought and action is needed to protect agriculture, and give this foundation in dustry that protection ' and prominence which its importance demands, It is necessary, in the first instance, that land legislation should be of such a character as will conduce to the permanr ent settlement of the people upon, the soil, aud in this respeet no one is more fitted or qualified ..to state the lines...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 April 1900

Births, marriages and Deaths. [The Charges for Advertisements under this heading are Each Announcement 2s 6s per Inser tion of Four Lines : Each Ver&e of Four Lines fs 6d ] THE CANOWINDRA STAR. I ? I FRIDAY. APRIL 20.

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Woodstock. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 April 1900

Woodstock. From our own Correspondent] The contractors have star-ted the g foundation of Mr. Glasson's new resi- jj dence at Sheil Station. I Mr. New come is burning the bricks I for a new house for Mr. G. S. B: Wood, | of Walli, which will be erected shortly. | Mr. E. Markham has started a biisi-r, 1 ness as a wool and skin buyer in Mar* shall' s Hall. Mr. C. R, Lane has. just'opened a naw fruit shop. Messrs Boothman and party had a crushing of 18 tons from their claim at Wood's Flat, with very satisfactory re turns, the stone averaging 12dwts of gold to the ton. It is rumored that the Royal Hotel ia about io change hands, Mr. Fr C. Eiaoth man having disposed of same at a very satisfactory figure, I hear the transfer takes place during the early part of nex$ month. A cricket match, pla3'ed at Woodstock last Sunday, against a team from Moun$ McDonald, resulted in a draw, through the rain stopping play. Our juniors played a match at 0.5 wr^ f on Saturday, but were badly beaten. IS Ou...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 20 April 1900

La sal Topics. Ouu Town Band. — I n our advertising columns will be seen a notice convening a meeting of those interested in the for mation of a Town Brass Band. The! meeting has been convened at the in- j stance of Mr. J. C. Marka, the organiser | of this excellent movement. He haa already 32 members at 10s 6d each, to gether with some subscribers of various donations from a guinea downwards. Lists of quotations, of prices for instru ments have been sent him from the prin cipal musical establishments in Sydney, the choice of instruments resting With those who attend the meeting. It is to be hoped that our townsmen will give this movement their utmost support, and that a strong and representative gather ing will meet the promoter on Saturday evening, 28th inst, at 7 p.m. Mr. Markr has engaged the School of Arts Hall for that special night, and after the meeting dancing will be indulged in till 12 p.m., the admission beiug a nomi nal charge. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Pep...

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

. ? ? ? _ ? oBnimww*— www— THOSVIAS FINN, [ESTABLISHED 1874-1 GROCER, DRAPER & GENERAL STOREKEEPER ROBINSON STREET, CANOWINDRA. Crccen'es as n&ual at lowest prices. I quote Tobacos cheaper than any House iu Town. I yell Yankee Doodle at 4s per lb. Ironmongery — All lines at lowest prices. Drapery, CIo£h?rg( Bests, Stales, and Millinery— From now aud Durinp' tho Month cf MAKCR I Avill sell all my Summer Stonlr of I APERY, CLOTHING-. BOOTS, SHOES, aud MILLINERY at greatly reduced prices to effect a clearance. BE SOLD^-- To make room for Winter Goods now Ordered. HOW IS YOTJU TIME TO SECURE BARGAINS .—DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. i i V-. . ? ? ? ? ? — . ? — — — — : »,vti ,»? — ? ? — ? * V' mum HOTEL, CANOWINDRA. EXCELLENT CUISINE, None but the Best Brands cf Wines and Spirits, etc., kept in Stock. Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. THE TERMIMUS HOTEL FOE AL^ COACHES. Passengers booked for 'YVoodstoc 'Walli, Lyndhurst, and Mandutama. J. H. MARSHALL, Phoprie...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

PRESBTTERIAN CHURCH. Canowindra, — Third Sunday of every month Ze-v. E, J. Thomson.

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Cowra. — Mass every Sunday at 9 aud 13 o'clock a.m., devotions and benediction at 7.30 a.m. ; Mass on week days at 7'30 a.m. ; Mass on Iioly Days at 9 o'clock a,m. ; Stations of the ross and Benediction on Friday evenings at 7.30 Mt. McDonald. — First Sunday of the month Mass at 11 o'clock r.m. ; Devotions at 7,30 p.m. Mass on the following morning at 7.30. | Canowindra. — Second and fourth Sundays of tho month, Mass at 1 1 a.m-. , devotions and bene dictiou at 7.30 p.m. ; Mass on the following mornings at 7.30 a.m. Woodstock. — Third' Stfnday of the month, Mass at 11 a.m. ; devotions at 7.30 p. m; Mass on the following morning at 7.30 a.m. Eugowra. — Fifth Snnda.y of the month (when occurring), Mass at 11 o'clock a.m. ; devotions I 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'Jfcnnedy and P. J. Doran,

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The Red Warder of The Reef. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

The Red Warder of The Reef. By Johx Arthur Barry. ' Left in your room, eh ?' queried the other, jokingly. ' Well, my son, you'll have to, find it, tooth or no tooth. It's worth, my jacket to let' you out without it. Now, then, off you go and get your ticket.' That, however, was more than even he dare do ; although, for a moment, the thought occurred to him to return and kill Sullivan, and then possess himself of the pass lying on the dead body in the liainmnfil-. But )ia tpji.r now iinni'mc-tri . Sullivan was a big, powerful man. No, plainly, there was nothing for it but a ;,L dash. 'i Where he stood was somewhat in the shadow. Even now, Sullivan might have taken it into his head to have a look at his prisoner. He could hear steps ap proaching. The constable 011 duty was, too, he thought, eyeing him suspiciously. In a second his resolution was taken. From the shadows of the porch ho might still have made a dart, preserving his in cognita, his escapade set down to pain, and the knowl...

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Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.' Services are held in different churches in the Canowindra Circuit as follows : — Ciuowiulra., 2n J and 4t'.i Sundays at 11 a.m 3rd Sunday, at 7.30 p.m. ; 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. Mt. McDonald — 1st Sunday at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Woodstock — 2nd Sunday at 7-30 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 Communion — Canowindra. — Every 4th Sunday at 12.15 p.m., aud on Saints' days and F estivals as circumstances permit, and by specia notice. Other jdaces 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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Proposed Farmers and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

Propqsed Farmers and Settlers' Association. What should have proved a strong representative gathering of far jiers and settlers from all parts of the district resulted in a few of our immediate prin cipal farmers and four or five townsmen meeting for the purpose of discussing the advisability bf forming a branch of thia association. At a meeting hold at Bar rigan the previous Saturday, it was de cided by a majority to adjourne that one and hold a general meeting at Cano . . ,P Ail J-l ? wmdra on tne zisi. ^ uw «i-- - cuui hour the good folk of Barrigan rescinded their resolution and witheld their atten dance, apparently deciding to form a branch of their own. However, the fol lowing gentlemen, viz., Messrs. F C. Crowe, J. H. Marshsll, A. E. Smith, Win. Bassett, J J Finn, J K Minter, A McDonal, T Grant, F Craven, T J Crawford, H Roake, H L Bullen, who were present, decided to discuss the pro posed movement. Mr. F. C. Crowe, being voted to the chair, pointed out the distinction betwee...

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Stray Leaves. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

Stray Leaves. I t ' TBy Our Travelling Scribe.] 'Having had occasion, partly through tmsiaess and partly on pleasure beut, to travel the country between Manildar and Cowra, via Toogong. Barrigan, and Canowindra, I was considerably surprised at the wonderful fertility of the soil over which I passed. Look where I would, wheat-growiug formed the staple indus try, of the farmers, and the vast amount of land under cultivation led me to ex press myself in pretty strong Saxon on the disgraceful state of the roads. The first thing that drew my particular at tention was the crossing-place of the Mandagery Creek. Here I was com pelled to halt for a matter of some fifteen minutes to allow' three waggons, heavily i laden with wheat, to pass over, and on enquiry I was informed that some 30,000 bags of wheat was taken over this cros sing annually- On asking why a bridge had not been built them, I was informed that one had been promised in the near future. In journeying from there to Canowindra n...

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Sdney Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

Sdnsy Was! and Producs Report The Australasian Mortgage and Agoncy Company Ltd., John Bridge & Co., Lid., Harrison, Jones, and Devhu, Ltd., Hill, CHh. rlc & -Co., Pastoral Finance Association Ltd; Wiuchombe, Carson, & Co., Ltd., A. P. Vfyly, and Co., report as follows : — Wool. The local wool market continues inactive, A few transactions have taken place privately but not of any great magnitude. The wiles which, ?were to have been held on the 25 th and 26llt iust, have been postponed imtil the 16th and J7ih of May, by which time the May scries of London sales will have opened about a we ok, and a basis will have been establish ed. Produce. Sheepskins i— At yesterday's auctions very lengthy catalogues -were submitted. A. .steadier tone was noticeable, but Arithout any improve* ment in values. Quotations: — Full woollcd Me:'ino and fine ci-ossbred, light condition Sd tt- S|d par 31k Medium and heavy Gd to 7 Id, hiilf-woolecf., light condition 6^ d to 7d, mediui...

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

A. Fullarton, - - - ^Tailor and Clothier, Summer-street, ORANGE, (Kaihvay End.) Sac Suits from 42j-„ Trousers from, . 15/-, New Goo Is now arriving for Autumn and Winter Wear. TH E AUSTRALIA N HOTEL COWRA. MICK THOMPSON, [Late of Canowindra] FjESIRES to inform the public of Cano windra and District that lie has be come the Proprietor of the above old and favorably known Hostelry, and hopes to be favored with a fair share of , the pat ronage of the community. No effort will be spared to make the Hotel a Traveller' Rest, Comfortable in every respect, FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION PROVIDED. Civility, Cleanliness and Convenien all Combine to Create Comfort, and Cheerfulness at the AUSTRALIAN HOTEL CANOWINDRA COACH TERMINUS PASSENGERS BOOKED FOR CANOWINDRA & GRENFELL. RICHARD AYRTON, [Established 1885.] CANOWINDRA. 6EHERAL BLACKSMITH i and -s- WHEELWRIBHT. BUGGY AHD COACH BliiLBES. REPAIRING AGRICULTURAL IM PLEMENTS A SPECIALITY. Charges for Horseshoeing as follows : Saddle Shoes 4...

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

[?] Mosquito Nets Re&dy Mfade or fey the yard Cheaper than elsewhere IF YOU ANNOT COIVIE IN PLEASE WRITE FOR OUE 1900 TRICE LIST. i HORDERN BROTHERS, | 203, 205, 207, 209, 211, j PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Horderns send Goods CARRIAGE FREE to CANOWINDRA, CARGO, EUGOWRA, GOOLAGONG, and WOODSTOCK. I GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER; j Yes I Carriage Free to your town at our well known Sydney prices. || DROP us a line asking for wliat patterns you would like sent, to see what we really are selling. ' WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW j I /V\A1A1 A\ MM MMA\ A\ A\MMA\M M. M A* \\ M A\ A\ M A\ M M A\ A\ A\ A\ j! AUTUMN and - . - WINTER. Just arrived per s.s. DAMASCUS 18 Cases General Drapery Consisting of Blankets Flannels, Flannolletes, Wool Coods, Clothing, etc., etc., etc., EVERYTHING NEW and MARKED AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. R. P. BULKELEY, Importer and General Storekeeper, Cargo. if will p r you^ben to Write or Pay a. Visit To .] BONNOR, ^ BUC'KHAM &CQ. Q R ANG E. ? ? ^jlix ? Great Summe...

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Railway League Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

Railway League Monthly Meeting. The . usual monthly meeting oi the league vras held in the School of Arte on Saturday, the 21st inst. ? ? ^ Present— ^Messrs Wm Bassett (in the i chair) A E Smith, J H Marshall, F C | Crowe, F Craven, A McDonald, Roake, T Grant,1 H L Bullen, and J J Finn I (secretary). The secretary having read the minutes of the last meeting, on the motion of Mr Crawford seconddd by Mr Smith, they were confirmed. Correspondence from Dr. Ross and Mr ^ -A« 1 Tir m ? a. ? _J- T Waaaell, Ms.r., ana jmli\ oi Eugowia, was read, and is appended below. ' ' ' The secretary here stated that after paying all liabilities there was a credit balance of 14s Od in the bank. The secretary also mentioned that he had adopted advertising through their local paper in lieu of sending notices, as he found it cheaper and gave greater facilities. Moved by the Chairman and seconded by Mr. Crawford, that the Secretary's action be approved of. — Carried. Moved by Mr Minter, add seconded by Mr. ...

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Mining News. GALLIMONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 27 April 1900

Mining News. GALLIMONT. \ From our own Correspondent^ The tributors of the Gallimont Mine have just cleaned up a four week's run of 270 tons of ore for a yield of 185oz 19 dwts of smelted gold. This is con sidered very satisfactory, and has given the party new life for the remainder of their tern, as they have a considerable aineunt of back-stoping on hand, that looks remarkably well for future Vi UQlllU^O. Ehere are several other small lots from eub-tributors that have been put through the battery with good results, viz., Smith and party, 6 tons for 24 oz of smelted gold ; Digby Bros., 29£ tons for 43oz. ; Glynn and party, tons for 13oz 15dwts of smelted gold. The whole of the machinery is now undergoing a thorough repair, which ?will take a week before a fresh start can be made. The weather is very cold, and we witnessed on the 15th inst our firs fal[of snow for the season. This is con sidered very early for snow. The far mers and pastoralists are lookinf forward to an excellent s...

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