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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Ask Your Storekeeper For - BOWEN BROTHERS' Boots & Shoes. All Cnlifl I A^lmtr Look^out'for our, Trademark, which is a nil OOllft Leainsr, - Grantee for Quality. Kangaroo Work Is Light and Durable. | Cargo, Monday, 'Wednesday and Fri day at 7 a.m. Walli and Lyndhurst, Monday and Thursday at 11.30 a.m. Goolagong, Friday at 12 noon. Lockwood and Burdett on Thursday at 11.30 a.m. I.X.L. Bakery l;X.L. b. j.HRerr, PROPRIETOR, IlAVlNG Purchased the Bakery Estab lishment lately occupied b}r MRS. E. O'LOUGHLIN, begs to announce that he ie prepared to turn out FIRST-CLASS BREAD AND CONFECTIONERY. THO BREEN, WOOL AND PRODUCE BUYER, CAN 0 WIN DRA. ' |S prepared to buy for Cash, 'Wool Hides, Sheepskins, and Furs of every ind, also Tallow and Horsehair in any uantity. F. DEGRAY.^s^ Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Optician, KENDALL-STREET, COWRA, For WATCH, CLOCK, and jewellery repairs. All orders left with Sir. A. Robinson Tvtll receive prompt and careful attention. Defective sight tested FREE ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

f ? 1 ? - 1 — ? ? TRY— T IFI*® (( 18 for ,Tob Printing of I fie ^U8I A.U Descriptions— r: ?--NEAT AND CHEAP,. V i ? ? ? ? — ? ? ? — BARCLAY gt SONV EUGALYPTS EXTRACT. 1st Z'rtsf. Sv'Jnpy WO. lagp, ISBJ, 1&&3 TO STAND THIS SEASON. —AT— GUM CREEK. A*id travel the surrounding district. ' j THE HANDSOME THOROUGHBRED STALLION, SOUVENIR. (Brad by R. Bouse Esq., Beragambil.) SOUVENIR is a beautiful dark brown horse, and is acknowledged to be one of the b$st bred horses ill Austra^a, as he is by the famous sire ' Marvellous ' [*Tnp.], who was the Bire of the great racehorse ' Marvel,' who defeated Carbine at weighfc-for-age in their memorable race at Randwickp a'ao sire of Eily O'Connor, Shamrock, HaiTelefcte, Merveilleux, All Sorts, and numerous other racchorees. SOUVENIR ia out of Mr. Rouse's favorite mare Cigarette, who was herself a great per former, and she was by that wonderful sire Mailbyuong, out of Flirt, by Newingfcon. SOUVENIR'S racing career on Sydney courses onl...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Directory AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Local Directory ATTOTtOJfSER^ E Finn and W J Flannigan, John Finn AoRlCTLftitAL MACHINERY. Basks. Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, Limited. Manager — A E Smith Blacksmiths axd Wheelwrights. It Ayr toll J C Mark a D R M'Donald Bootmaker J Carter Builders 'W H Atkinson Bakee. J Forrester I B. J. Kerr Botcher. T. j Hamilton Coach and Buggy Builders I) R McDonald R Avrton J G Marka Cvctu Depot. Hotel Keepers. M Dwyer, Junction Hotel J* TI Marshall, Victoria Hotel Saddle a--d Harness Makers J' B Ne-wlaud Atkinson Bros. Insurance Agencies. Liverpool, and London and Globe Five and Life.— J. J. Finn, Agent. ISrOREKEEEPERS J. Boyd, Storekeeper. 1' Finn W. Pendall. TAILORS. W» G. Yallance, Tailor, and Habit Undertakers W II Atkinson J C Marka Wool axx- Produce Bitters. T Breen E Tmn and W J Flannigan

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Our Country Clients Number Thousands ? -from all parts of Australasia. THE FAR-FAMED AND WIDELY KNOWN 45S.«AusTRAL' sac suit. gS. TO MEASURE. HIGHEST GRADE OP GOODS I NEW DESIGNS!! NEW COLORS !! t ? ? PERFECT FITTING — = ? RELIABLE MATERIAL. GOOD WORKMANSHIP. THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. MID TUIftnC Are specially selected patterns, designed and manufactured UUIl I VslLUO for us by Messrs, Vicars and sons, Marrickvilis. PUREST OF WOOL ! FASTEST OF DYES! ! These Tweeds have taken GOLD MEDALS at all EXHIBITIONS. ? -NEWEST SHADES ! ! LATEST DESIGNS I J I— ? nun CC Of* ST© indigo and Black serges, indigo and Black Corkscrews' Uuit wLlluLw Fancy Check and Plain sergerettes. The most UP-TO-DATE Materials only used. EVERY INCH of Serge WE GUARANTEE PURE INDIGO. WE DEFY COMPETITION, Send for Full Range of Patterns — for Spring and Summed Tape, and Measure form. We Pay carriage on AH Orders. We Are Complete Outfitters For JUVENILES, BOYS, YOUTHS and MEN. ? The Largest Stock in the Commonwealth of Austr...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

csaJKW PONY SM^ION,— MTTLE --?-?&- _ (WHT.MEB, OF 152 FIRST J I jps-) Will staid this season at Cuia-ajor^B ' aowindra. I/ITTLE DICK is so well k^^itbat it is needless to give pedigree. £ LITTLE DICK is the sire of i.obinson's ' Little Katie, winner of Cha^^m^ship Trot for 14 hands ponies at the last- Agricul- tural Show in Sydney. Also windier of numerous other trotting events. Little ijjatie lias taken first Prizes as a buggy pony at soijae of the leading shows of the colony including} 'Wellington (3 firsts) Bathurst, Orange, and C®wr.'i {3 firsts). Also sire of Fog, winner of ujfward of 20 trots, including last three in Sydney, j Fog was never beaten as a buggy pony. j Sire also of other first-class ponies too nume rous to mention. j Season starts September 1, eaVls December 15. v ? ? . j Terms— 12 10s each mare, A reduction made for two or hnore mares same swner. All mares to be paid for on .removal. R. SWINDLE, Curraj orig, Cowra-road. Something Fresh For 190O. TO STAND...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Matters. BURDETT LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Mining Matters. BURDETT LIMITED. The manager of the above, Mr. J. W. Ashworth'. reports as follows The main shaft has been sunk 38ft and tim bered 28ft ; total depth from surface 469 i feet. Country strata (slate and sand stone) is favorable ground for making i quick progress. The contractor has been working short handed through scarcity of good practical shaft men in the dis trict,'

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Presentation. At All Saint's Church, Canowindra, last Friday evening, the Rev. Ernest Lithhridge was the recipient of a purse -»f sovereigns from the congregation. Mr. Wiilimu Pendall, tho pajnlcs warden, was in the tmair, and having oxpluiuod the object, of the gathering called on Mr. W. H. Atkinson tho clergyman's warden to make the presentation. Mr. Atkinson j in a neat and complimentary speech han- j ded the Rev. Gentleman the purse. Mr. Lethbridge suitably responded, and in the course of Mg reurar&g^rew attention to the circumstance that before long & band of earnest young unmarried priests with sufficient private means would ar rive from England to take up mission work in this Diocese without remunera tion. Regret was expressed that owing to the stormy weather the trustees warden, Mr. G. K. M;nter, and others wore un* able to be present.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Song of the "Spring Poet." [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

The Song of the ' Spring Post,' ? . ? - - . . f i Those gentle men of Cargo JJad better not too far go With their threatening advance, But wait until the wars Had done with Chows and Boers If they ' need an ambulance, (l The winding rivers flow Through valleys deep and low But a railway must be straight.— They will get that Cargo line When at night the sun doth shine — Not so long, indeed, to wait, Of every vara avis A favor that I crave is, Whether big or little he, - Don't hurt a man's ' soul case,' 'Tis an action mean and base, And means nothing brave to me ! To those who wish to quarrel I fain would point a moral : Like a line let us be straight ; Not as crooked as a stream Must our public actions seem. To every magistrate ! Old Shakespeare's ' floury ' speeGh Does many maxims teach That make not the 'angels weep'; So during future days We'll find how well it pays Within prudent bounds to keep.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Canowindra Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Canowindra Brass Band, £ s d I Amount pr'v'ly acknowledged 24 8 0 Max Reitmann . , . , 10 6 L Murray . . 10 6 j Members Subscriptions . . 1 5 0 j W. J. Jones , » . . , 5 0 £26 19 0 From the above £21 14s hJVe been ex pended in the purchase of 8 instruments, £2 to Mr. Homan, and £2 0s 7d for post age, printing, and sundries, leaving a balance of £1 4s 5d in hand. We hope the sports to-morrow will prove successful and enable the com mittee to purchase more instruments re quired, and leave 'a substantial balance in hand. Those who visited the Cowra Show and heard their band, will, we feel sure be glad that Canowiadra has also been fortunate in securing the services of such an efficient band master as Mr. Homan.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
All Saint's Church Canowindra. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

AI| Saint's Church Canowindra. At the meeting of parishioners held last Friday evening the Rev. E. Leth bridge incidentally notified that the church wardens and himself were about to form committees, appoint collectors, and do all other necessary things to push forward the work of the bazaar to be held next show week in aid of the Chancel and : and Vestry Building 1-und or the aoove Church. The wardens liave £20 in hand for this purpose at fixed deposit, and about £10 lias already been promised without solicitation towards preliminary expenses of Bazaar. The wardens aim at making £100 at the least by this laudable effort, and since the completion of the church, will not only be of great service but also serve to further beautify this chief landmark in our town, they hope that the collectors will meet with substantial success. '

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest News. Sydney, Wednesday, 10 p.m. THE CHINA TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Latest News. Sydney, Wednesday, 10 p.m. THE CHINA TROUBLE. News of still greater atrosities by the i Chinese is to hand. J A number of Chinese at Kumchuck, I on the West River, fired on a boat-load of native Christians, aud upon the boat ! stopping they dragged the women on shore and butchered them. ! In his latest cables Li Hung Chang tells of 1000 Boxers having been killed j in the province of Chihli. | 14 a 4-V» a I- flift 'Pnlrin : i_LC VUttV UJ-lvs xuftiu UIOMWU will be cleared of Boxors within ten days. Prince Ohing claims that the Tsung Li Yarman has the exclusive right to exterminate the Boxers, and protests against the interference of the allied forces. THE BREELOTTG BLACKS. Superintendent Garvin reported last night that the Governors were seon at Tibuc, about 16 miles north of Copeland, at 3 o'clock that day. They stuck up a lad named Frederick Bush, and deman ded his rifle. Having obtained tho weapon, the fugitives went on their way in the direction of Coollacurripa. A te...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Notice to J. C. Marka. | The Undersigned will shoe against ?' your man on even terms, but not on tho§e you propose; either you or your tnan to come aud make arrangements with. me. If we do not com© to terms [ hope you will stop talking. ? ? R. AYRTON, Blacksmith. IUj oxthl Y TttE^iTi jfo Progress ComnJitteeV School of Arts, Cauow»idra, [Tuesday, 2nd October, 1900, at 8 p.ftiv M. J, Fikx, Secr«ary. Horse Shoeing. L DEFERRING to the Challenge Rub — lished by Mr. It. Ayrton, whfich I accepted on account of Mr. W. TobB, in your issue of 14th September : Us I have not heard anything from the (Bal Lenger, I hereby claim for Mr.HW. XQBIN tho CHAteONSSIp of -fc- windra for HOUSE SHOEING. ? J. 0. MARKA, ? Coach Builder and General Blacki^B&th Canowindra* K PUBLIC SCHOOL, CANOWINDiK II concert will be given by the pupils ' of the above school in the School |of Arts on Saturday, 6th October, lSOjO. The programme includes Rifle, Dumb Bell and Ring Exercises, Dance s, songs in character,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 28 September 1900

Sporting Net 33. fBy ' P 1VETE NDEIt., ' ' 1 The Cowra P. A., and H. Association i Slow held on Wednes.l.iy and Thursday last was again a great success upward (if 10,009 people being iu attendance on th-* second day, including The Hon. W. P. firick, (Postmaster General), Zgessrs. T. Waddell, J, Kidd, and W^ W. Young, M's.L.A., who arrived by train from 5;.'IH5y 63. Thusi:? inCrnhg. There was a splendid display of §X 1.JVJA- t. ? j. - *. .If 1 uiuu,b m neany every section, especially in the stock lines. The pavilion was also beautifully decorated with exhibits, show ing a marked improvement on former years. Every credit is due to the sec. (Mr. H. Y. Smithy and his staff for the courteous and efficient manner in which they carried out their duties, having a vast amount of work to attend to, all of which they appeared to carry out in a most satisfactory manner. Canowindra district was well represen ted with exhibits of all kinds, for which they secured their share of first prizes. In t...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 October 1900

.THOMAS FINN, [ESTABLISHED 1874.] SROCER DRAPER & GENERAL STOREKEEPER ROBINSON STREET, CANOWINDRA. t Ilave just opened up all descriptions of Spring andSumm IH fJFaperif material For Ladies Ladies' Cloves, Hosiery, Laces, Ribbons, Silks, Sashes, and Hats, in great variety. — LOWEST PR.ICE. ?«»*»- IS -»«??§» fOT Spring and summer wear just arrived— Men S Requisites F Wts, Trousers, Suits, All New, no old stuff in Stock. SELLING CHEAPER THAN EVER. EVERY DEPARTMENT REPLETE WITH THE LATEST GOODS DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS. Boots and 3I?o©s ?^n^mmence^oc^toc^ioosG^rom' Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, and Ironmongery. Tobaccos I sell cheaper than any other house in the District. Yankee Sccdle I sell at 4s. per lb. Other Brands equally cheap. VICTORIA HOTEL, CANOWINDRA. EXCELLENT CUISINE. None but the Best- Brands cf Wines and Spirits, etc., lcept in Stock. Good Stabling and Loose Boxes. CHARGES MODERATE. THE TERMIMUS HOTEL FOR AL] COACHES. Passengers booked for Woodstock Waili,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Melon Growing. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 October 1900

Fueio-i Growing. 1 f Bv Herbert J. RaTm.sey.1 What is a greater luxurj 011 a warm nmer's day than a delicious fcugar or ,ter melon piclied fi-om the vine the ►lit before, and left ia a, eool place ? all, perhaps, some of my readers will -ly to this question. ' A rock melon ler siiuilar jeir«uaistaiices.' I must if ess that I have not yet acquired the te for these, but I know many vrho iild prefer ikem. I always take care make urovision for a irood supiily of er or sugar melons every 3rear, and ;n I say a good supply I mean suffi it ±0 be able to use as many as I re 's any day during their season -which itk us unfortunately not a long' one ough it can be lengthened by a judi s planting of early and late varieties, irst as to kinds £0 plant. In the ust aumber of the ' Government icultural Gazette Mr. Jackson, of longbar, slxow-e photographs of a lot lelous and there are scores of other 3 almost any of which will give a ; but for delicacy of flavour I know : 1 Jto equal Ivleckley sweet...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 October 1900

I.L. Tailoring stahlishmsnt, KYER, Kendall-street, Cowra, g'B to announce to the residents irindra and district that he 'will owindra periodically. «DSD PATTERMS TO CHOOSE FROM. cm £,3 3s I Ladies' Cosmmes 1 a Speciality. Krclay & SOILS' I EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. 1st Prlae Sydney 18B5, 1590, 18B7. 18£B i ? I ifcjr- W. F. OSMISTOS, Pent! st, Co'WBA. 'I I RICHARD ' MRTOBS, J Established 1885.] CANOWINDRA, SERERAL BLAOKSMiTH and 'j* WHEELWRSOHT. BUGGY AHD COACH BUILDER. REPAIRING AGRICULTURAL IM PLEMENTS A SPECIALITY. Charges for Horseshoeing as follows : Saddle Seoes 4s, Cock Shoes, 5s. Cock a-*d Bahs, 5s Gd, Suppers, 2s Gd jpjsr Set. AGENT f or GEORGE PISH & SON'S CELE BRATED PLOUGHS. ALL : ORDERS ; FAITHFULLY EXECUTED. H W EITHER ^UAUTvTtHESE SUITS AR g 1 SUCH AS MAY 8E WORN GV ANY C1 | RUSINCSS OR PROFESSIONAL ' I ^ GENTLEMAN. * ' WRITE ** 7 ^WiWrTiV PATTER N8f. QgO R&ESTSfliflhjrarfeforaySfatiea SYDNEY, I^JLxN IS IN EITHER QUALITY. THESE Sl/STSftRg ||| SUCH AS W...

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At The Cowra Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 October 1900

At Ths Cowra Races. ' Bv 'NoJtttAITBY ' Being of sporting nature, and not averse to a little punting, especially when knowing a ' cert.,'* as I did on this oc casion, 1 decided to visit Cowra on Friday 21st ult., and secure a little foreign capi tal for circulation in the district. On arrival at Cowra I found all in commo tion, and some ox the 'bookies already plying their vocation in the street. I approached one of them, and asked to 1 ~ — j ? 1*1 ? : ? j* j_-1_ esww ma caru, wuicu was lmuieuiateiy ren dered. Glancing over it I selected j-7apoieon for the first race, and coupling him with Norma nby ( my -! sure thing ') for the Handicap, took them as my double for the day. On arrival at the course I took my way to the paddock, Viiere I was almost deafened by the cries of the many knights of the pencil tli at assailed my ears. About 1.30 the first raee took place, and the judge declared Napoleon first past the post, thus giving mo a 'leg in' for my double ; Chei^/re I'll let him dow...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Our Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 October 1900

parQpan' Calunra.1 dokiniti is ope-n id ilitike of. our sub ? acrihers' and supporters (olio would wish io express an opinion on any subject hksf;/ to prove of interest to the reading public j Jfe, therefore^ do _ not Jiofd Ourselves responsible for such dvinims, nor z (font if y ourselves in any waij icitl, same.) Sir.— Li your irfsue of the 21st inst, yoii publish a letter from James Rhodes Worrall, written in his usual excitable and disconnected manner.- I hesitate . greatly before replying, ris ''Ligh.tliea.rts ' Quotation from Horace, in. yours of same date is one I thoroughly endorse — ' ' Odi \ profanmn , d arcea. , which means I hate .'low people much, and keep them from *me.' Besides, another reason may be, given for hesitation in the English pi*o verb ; ' You cannot touch pitch without some of it sticking to you.' Our friend says I ' make the angels weep.' How refreshing it must be for Cargo to possess a saint in such close touch with heaven that he is even aware of when t...

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APPOINTMENTS OF MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 October 1900

APPOINTMENTS OF MAGISTRATES, j gII?f — From time to time matters of more or less importance are brought under the notice of the authorities and amendments asked for, and for years I have wondered when the method ^ of making appointments to the Commission of the Peace will be amended.^ Surely it must have come under the notice of many that under the present system some most unsuitable appointments have been made. Men have been appointed who ate thoroughly unfitted for such office, some ? n 1 ? j_ C M»e- ill VAil ft'll tlirougii waniui the position they occupy, or their busi ness engagements. I strongly object to any man Garcying on business in a country town, such as a storekeeper or miller,* holding such a position, for it frequently occurs that in this line of business a large amount of credit is given, and it often happens that a J.P. is called upon to adjudicate on a case where he is directly or indirectly interested in the affairs of one or other of thg parties before court. Eve...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star, The
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Wool and Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Canowindra Star — 5 October 1900

Wool and Produce Report. The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd, John Bridge & Co. Ltd., Harrison, Jones, and Devlin Ltd., Hill Clark & Co., The Pastoral Finance As sociation Ltd., Winchcombe Carson & Co. Ltd., report as follows for week ending Sept., 29th 1900. Wool. There are nO fresh developments in the local market. Buyers and sellers are alike waiting anxiously for the opening of the October series of London sales which commence on October 9th. A decline is anticipated but Opinions vary as to what will be the extent of the fall. Produce. Sheepskins.— Catalogues were ample for requirements. Another quiet sale has to be recorded, the greater part of the competition coming from local fellmon gers, shippers taking occasional desirable lines, more particularly shorn pelts and short wools. Quotations — Merino, full wooled, light condition to 5A- per lb, mediuin and heavy, 3|to 4{ ; shortwooled, light condition, 4 to 4| ; medium and heavy, 2 to 3£; pelts...

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