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THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

THE COMING ELECTION. We hear of several candidates lscing'in'tlie ffieibWor Parliamentary honors, but, as yet, ?only our old members— Messrs Utoch and (Campbell — have announced themselves ready Hot the fight ^eyliave our best wishes for -success. MriiYwCH nasservea tie electorate faithfullyf-for several years past. He Hias worked' faarii for the interest of the district, aanVHt is -Aue largerysfcrAis-exertions that we 'are to have the 'railway through Carcoar. 'We would be sorry to- see Mr Ltnch?s ser ' vices as our representative dispensed with. 'We m&htj 'by chance, get a more talkative '?member, but it is more than probable we would ' get one who wobld not work in the interests ?of -faeMdistriet as Mr Lynch has done. Mr ?Campbell has done nothing to forfeit the confidence of tile' electors. Atthsugh hejihas nottaken part in the-debates in the House 'of Assenftly, yet he 'lias rendered good service ?in Baying before the proper autTiorities the ?wants of the electorate. We...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

'XOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. , Mr E. J. C. North, P.M.— We are glad to ' learn that Mr -North has so far recovered his 1 health that- he intends returning to Carcoar at - the end of the fu-es&nt-mohth, for the purpose 'of 1 resuming'nis duties. :' The Coming Election.— 'Already the owning - ejection is the chief topic oi conversation and ? mil(*n (ntfiAiiaoiAh id in^tilivnii in «a +ii 4-Via ' ?? probable candidates. The present members for -'this- electorate, Messrs Lynch and Campbell, ??' announce in this issue their intention of offering '-?themselves for re-election. Wool,.! — Messrs Harrison, Jones, and Devlin report as follows : — Our catalogue submitted for MoriBay comprised a -total of 2477 bales. The attend^ wen quiu. -Jftrg^ wools~;S«z ?*?™f- JMtSined;' and competition for this de-*, Bcription was specially brisk. Medium descrip tions hardly sell so well in proportion to best lots and are less sought after. The demand for ? washed fleece is slack and the foreign buyers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

.Australian mutual Fixe Insurance Society. ICEstablishod 1872.,) CAPITAL £100,000. With power to iucrease to £1,000,000. ; SJonues — 20 per cent, paid annually for Ihe 'last 9 years. DIBSCTOUS j -Hon John Sutherland, M.L.C., Chairman. William Hezl'tt, Esq., M.P. William Day, Esq. | John Wetherell, Esq. - .Alderman Jamos Green, J.P. MANAGER : Walter Church. *fj1irtST1?ire Society established in the colony on ,l- the Mutual Principles, giving policy-holders ?back part of their premiums aB a cash bonus out of 'the profits every year. Policy-holders 'arc perfectly free by law from all (liability. Fifteen days grace allowed for payment of (renewal premiums. Prompt and liberal settlements for fires. Damage by lightning and explosions by. gas paid. , .Fire Insurances at Lowest Bates, ?Offices :— ISt Pitt-street, Sydney. J. O. DODD, : Agent for Carcoar. VISITORS TO CAHCOAE Could not do better than Pay a Visit to the ?Court House Hotel, Which is now under the Personal Management of GEORGE BO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 25 November 1882

2JOTI0ETO £DVERTISKR& 1 fc^VE&SlSERSSiishuig any alteration Trmfie' ?t™. in thelc^tivertiBements are informed fhftt '??copy of such alteration must be lodged in our ?office by ittJON ON THURSDAY *o insure the alteration being made in the next issue, and all *flsh kdtertisements are reqnested to be 'Ittbded in before NOON on FRIDAY to Secure insertion. Wxt (fercflflt (Stonide AND BLAYIfEY & COWRA GAZETTE. TOR THE INJURY OF NONE, COB THE GOOD WF ALL. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1882.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

A Great Problem. — Take all the Kidney and liver Medicines, —Take all the Blood purifiers, — Take al! tbe Rheumatic remedies, —Take all the Dvbpepsla and indigistion CURES, — Take all the Ague. Fever, and Bilious Specifics, —Take all the Beain and Nerve force revivers, —Take all the Great Health restorers. — In shout, take all the best qualities of all these, and the — best — Qoauties of all the best medicines in the world, and you will irod that Dr. Soule's American — Hop Bittebs have the best curative qualities and powers of all —concentrated — In them, and they will cure when any or all of these, singly or — combined —Fail. A thorough trial will give positive proof of this, HARDENED LIVER. Five years ago I broke down with kidney and liver complaints and rheumatism. Since then I have been unable to be about at nil, My liver became hard like wood ; my limbs were puffed up and filled with water. All the best pbyeicoos agreed that nothing could cure mo. I resolved to try Dr. Soule's ...

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CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

CONDENSED ITEMS. More rain. A land tux at last. Show meeting on Tuesday. The prospectus of the Lyndhurst Milling Co. appears in this issue A son of Mr. Hazelion, of this towii, was killed on the Mudgee r«ilway this week. iue kcv. ftuner noran is somewnat oetter. He was visited by the Bishop of Bathurst this week. The Queen of Portugal has taken lessonB at a pottery factory, and is now a first-class workman. At least, eo says the Lithgow Merciiiy. ' Two knots an hour isn't such bad time for a clergyman,' smilingly said the minister to himself, just After he had united the second couple. xne politician wno places moiseii in tne hands of his friends is apt to realize after wards that he ought to have sewed up his pockets first. ' It's as warm as an oven in here,' said a citizen as he entered a lawyer's office. ' So it ought to be, for it is here I make my bread,' said the m in of deeds. An Arkanas paper tells of a man of lofty soul who once remarked : ' Every night I get down on my kne...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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A FRIENDLY WARNING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

A FRIENDLY WARNING. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I am advised by the Chief Inspector ; of Stock, that he has caused notices to be sent to your Sydney agents for insertion in your |iaper, calling owner's attention to the . necessity for nrnking returns to Stock In spectors and Clerks of Petty Sessions, under j Sheep, Rabbit, and Pastures and Stock - Protection Acts, and directing me to ask you : to calL. attention to the advertisement and ! thus save owners being prosecuted. As many ! owners have been very careless in making ' their returns, I would ttsk you to be kind enough to allow me space to remind them that, in addition to the penalty for neglecting '- to make their return? within the prescribed time, they are liahle to a like penalty, £20, for giving misleading or incorrect information : therein end as the new forms which 1 will post to owners on 1st proximo contain full directions how to fill them up, owners will ; have themselves to blame if I fame to prosecute them under the 27th ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [WJiiJe willing to insert communications couched in temperate language liaving reference to matters of local or pMic interest, we do iwt tiecessarily endarte Hie opinions expressed by our correspondents.]

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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WOMAN'S INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

?- WOMAN'S INFLUENCE. \ ' Manners are of more importance than laws. | According to their quality, they aid morals, they S supply laws, or they totally destroy them. ' — : Burke. r ' ' It was only a glad ' goc d morning,' An hIia naflRpd nlnnnr t.Tia n'atr But it spread the morning's glory ; Over the livelong day.' A woman's smile has been the making of , many a man. ' You smiled upon me,' says j Petrarch, ' and I thought it was Spring, and - my heart put forth the flowers of hope.' L Women, would they hut recognise the fact, r ho'.d the whole soohl leverage in their hands, ; and possess in that a mighty power, capable '. of doing as limitless good as illimitable barm. [ Their influence does not stop at their own [ immediate home oircle, it walks abroad with : them affecting for weul or woe every other ? human epul they meet. Not one light word, I one -careless act, one cold glance, but drives home somewhere, and the burden ot a fellow creature is the heavier for it. It is a great re...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LADIES' COLUMN. MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

LADIKS' COLUMN. MISCELLANY. A strong-minded woman who applied for a situation as a cab-driver, being asked if she could manage mules, scornfully replied : '? Of course I can. I've had two stubborn hus bands ' .a. uyuwal - wutci Dity-o ? j.^ubuiug *o du gratifying to foolish people as dancing — they are pleased with themselves, and pleased with their partners, and they are pleased with the Animal exercise; and the small mental exertion required to jump and shuffle about a room just suits the ordinary run of people.' Toe best women are indeed necessarily the most, difficult to know ; thev are recognised chiefly in th« happiness of their husbands and the nobleness of their children ; they are only to be divined, not. discerned, by the stranger; and, sometimes, seem almost helpless except in their homes ; jet without the help of one of them the day would probably bave come before now when I should have written and Hinnoht. nri mnl-ft ? RiiHkin. Eight ' b'asial diversities of kisses are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

HARRISON. JONES, AND DEVLIN. (Limited), WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS PAT STOCK SALESMEN, STOCK & STATION AGENTS GBAIN BROKERS. Offices and Stores : CIRODLAR QUAY, SYDNEY. SALES : WOOL AND SHEEPSKINS.— At the Wool Stores, Maoouarie Place, every MONDAY during the season, aad every SEU0ND MONDAY during the off season. HIDES, TALLOW KANGAROO SKINS, HAIB, HORNS, ETC.— At (he Produce Stores, Circular Quay, every FRIDAY. PAT STtfOK.— At Homebueb, on MONOAYS and THURSDAYS. CammisBion, 2J per cent. GRAIN. -WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. STORE STOCK and STATIONS FOR SALE.— Particulars on application. LIBERAL 0A8E ADVANCES if required, on all Consignments, whether for Sak or Shipment. Account Sales and Proceeds Rendered Promptly. y nformation required in reference to Sale, Order ug Trucks for Fat Stock, Advances, Freights, Etc, will be sent on application. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. SEASON 1887-88. Hill, Clark, and Co., SYDNEY. To the Woolgrowers of New South Wales and Queensland. THE rapid approach of the ...

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CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday evening. Present : The Mayor, Aid. JJodd, Clark, and Tucker. The minutes of the previous meeting were i i n ? . Ji rean ana connrmeu. The (undermentioned accounts were passed f -r payment : — Hawkin and men - - £14 2 1 J. Stammers .... 7 10 0 Council Clerk- - - - 2 7 8 Mrs. Brady - - - ? 18 2 .. W Fox ? 10 0 Corn'sponderce was read — (1.) From the Department of Works acknowledging the receipt of a further com munication te the main road through Carcoar and intimating that it had been referred to the proper officer for report (2.) From the Department of Works acknowledging tho receipt of a letter asking tliut the Carcoar Trucking Yards might be - — proweded with at once, and intimating that )t had been referred to the proper officer for report (3.) From the Board of Technical Edu cation re lectures at Mount McDonald. ? (4.) From Mr. P. L. Smith, applying for a croRsing in front of his propert...

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WAGES CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

Wages Cases. C. Williams, A. McMillan, T. Kerrigan, and J. Donovan sued G F. Byrne for £10 10a., £19 3s. 4.1., £11 10s, and £16 respectively, wages due. Defendant did not appear. After hearing evidence, the P.M. entered a verdict for plaintiff in each case, with costs. Mr. North appeared for each o£ the pl»intifls

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HOW PILLS ARE MADE [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

HOW PILLS ARE MADE. The Custom of taking medicine in the form of pills dates far back in history. The object is to enable us to swallow easily in a con densed form disagreeable ,and nauseous, but very useful, drugs. To what vnst dimensions pill-taking Ins grown may be imagined when we B«y that in England alone »\mut 2,000,000,000 (two thousand million) pills are consumed every year. In early days pills were made slowly !-y hand, us the demand was comparatively sma'l. To-day they are produced with infinitely greater rapidity by machines especially contrived for the purpose, and with greater accuracy, too, in the proportions of the variou i ingredients employed. No form of medication can Vm better than a pill, provided only it is intelligently pre pared. But right here occurs the difficulty. Easy as it may seem to make a pill, or a million of them, there are really very few pills that can be hoiestlv commended for popular use. Most of them either undershoot or overshoot the mark. As e...

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CARCOAR POLICE COURT. MINOR OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

CARCOAK POLICE COURT. Minor Offences. The undermentioned pet-cons h»ve been dealt with for drunkenness and kindred offHtices : — James Kines, fined 10s. ; John Parker, fined 20s. ; Thomas Fury, 6ned 10s.; Thomas McNaiuarn, fined 10s.; James Jark soo, discharged ; Cornelius Mahoney, fined 20s.

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ON ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

ON ADVERTISING. Somemen seem to think that if they spend a pound in advertising, then immediately they ought to receive largft and appreciable increase in iheir business, whereas if they take but thirty shillings extra they net a profit of fifty per cent, on their outlay It is scarcely to be supposed that an advertisement has ever brought a less return than this. Indeed if it brings but a shar- of the custom of the newspaper people, the return will be more. The wise shopkeekei will look to adver tising as be does to securing an eligible stand for business, upon gas, and upon paiuting up his name and tra.de--tb.Ht is, he will rpgiird it For an indisputable tradfi charge necessary us making himself known and attracting the notice of the publio to his establishment. It is not to be expected that customers will iseek the principal in a bnsinesB and tett him thaWhey come to him because they saw his advertisements ; like other ve»6onaWe men and women, they merely aBk the nalesmen for what...

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THE CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

The Coroner's Inquest. On Monday afternoon the District Coroner (Mr. J. O. D..-dd) commenced an inquest con cerning the death of Charles Piveit. Jury : J. Hade (Forem.n), W. V. Sliaugh iieaay u. jxenwortny, u.o. vjrinson, A. lucKer, J. A. Moss, T. Herlihey, J. McLaughliti, H. Russell, J. M. O. Tucker, R. Smart, and John Deniff. Hugh Murphy deposed : 1 am a labourer employed by Messrs. D. and W. Robertson ; on Wednesday last. 23rd November, 1 was at work on the line about 50 or 60 yards on the Uarcoar side of the Coonihing o vet-bridge ; I saw the train coming towards Carcoar between two and three o clock in the after noon ; I walked down to the tiridge ; I got behind one of the pillars of the bridge ; I saw deceased ; the engine had passed me, but the train was passing ; deceased was standing on the third aheep-truck trom the end : I turned my head towards the engiue ; I heard a knock aodlojking up 1 saw deceased falling ; he was kneeling on one knee ; he put up his hand and threw h...

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[?] HIS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

[?] ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?rciimise but me an ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hfor papa and mamma ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Beek with lal, and the ^^^^^^^^^^K at the hotel. Mamma ^^^^^^^^^^^^Befirjfe wuuld keep nut «f k^^^MHS^^ranethey were away — she shou'd fret. nboilt him all the time, but I iielmred her Bhe Dede not worry — I would be as good an' quiet as the day was long, go to soool reglar, conie home strait as soon as scool was out. mind rav sister aud behave generly. f apa said if I suckseded he would think about buying me that canadin pony that the bucheriB bound he shall take for t forty (40) dollars. I would rather have a pony than C bysickles. I have dremed of that pony evry night since the bucher told me about him i— he is a little duty. I shall try my level best to be as good as pie. Betty says it is all in trying, it is esy to be a good boy a week if you only tvy, but I don't see how she knows fur she never was a boy, but I will try. A live pony with a sad lie and bridal thrown in is wurth stop stoning...

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CRICKET.—WALLI V. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

CRICKET.— WALLI V. CARCOAR. The ciicket match between Walli and Carcoar on Saturday was as uninteresting as a game of cricket can be. Tho locil team was the worst that has ever represented Carcoar, and their play — if play it can be called — would bring disgrace upon a junior school club. The form displayed may be judged by the fact that several of the |-lay«-is e.ntereil the tield wiih their coais on ! The Walli team was a strong one, captained l-y Mr. C. Lane;, and h;.d the game in its own liends from the start. We trust Saturday's lesson will not lm lust and that an effort will lie made to foster a love of the noMe game, in our midst. Practice makes perfect. We append the scores : — Walli — First Inmnes. J. MarBh, c Shnuphnessy, b IJudley ? 38 W. Marsh, b Brady ? 1 F. Marsh, I) Brodeiick ? 61 T. Spearn, b Shauyhneasy ? 28 O. L.ao(f, o Brady, h Watson ? 20 P. McMullen, h o w b Shauglinessy... 9 J. Wilson, b Brady ? 1 W. Dolbel, c Shaugbnessy, b Brady .. 4 D. McMullin, c Sim, b B a...

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CARCOAR TEMPORARY COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 3 December 1887

OARCOAR TEMPORARY COMMON. The following regulations ft -r the govern ment of the OarcoarTemporary Common havn been made by the Carcoar Alunicip -l Council and approved by the Executive Council : — 1. In the following regulatione, — 'Stock' means and includes one or more horses, asses, mules, cattle, sheep, and goats. „ 'Surcharged stock' means stock upon t^^flM Common, the property of a Cominon^^^^^H respect whereof these Bylaw b llM^^^^^^H been complied nith. ^^^^^^^^H 'Trespassing stock' mcars all oth^^^^^^^H illegally upon the Common. ^^^^^^^^H 2. The Council may from time tbtimel^^^^^^| and remove a hardsmau and such other onHI^^^H or servants as they may deem necessary for the^H management of the Common. The Council may ^ also fix the remuneration to be paid to such officers or servants ; and such remuneration shall be paid accordingly out of the revenues of the Common. 3. It ahall be the duty of the Council Clerk for the time being of the Municipal Council of Carcoar tn keep a...

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