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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

^^^^^^^^^^^^?r^bsition at cm. advance of ^^^^^^^^^^^HEW Ordinary rato] ^^^^^^^^^Hks^wHWbiiee by notifying the ^^^^^^^^^^^HEUr-.fthaiT their papers do not arrive, ^^^^^^^?Kitrthe office whero the neglect occurs. ' '^-©VaSmSEMBNTB tor insertion in ; the Avnaft-JBiufe 6Fthe OABbbAK CHROMCLfe :?? must be lodged at 'this' office % 10 a. m. of Friday^ '???-?'?? i-i---, l' ? ??'?'- _ . Altera|aons.ip4dverti»eroeiiU must reach this -office .by- Moon on Thuiiday, to -ensure such alteration* tieing nude in .the mest issue. : - ?? ? Alterations in advertisements appearing on t-nr ? first aud fourth pages-wist be lodged before noniiwhJ Wednesday.- .: i ? ' '?'. ' ? The last two -rules also apply to' withdrawals tfv^ DAY.' ??' z'\ KAOTtfAtt. 'irBftaMOMBTBE. ? -at ? li ? -- ? t ? ' vs. m totAX.- ' mdj. ' ?'fiiTOEDAT .-..:.. ..^0 79'; *B9 47; 'WEDNESDAY..... 0. 6. . «5 ' 63 rakjMDAT ...v~j iO to, 73 43 friday ......:...!.: o o 76 4s Wxt €atcoac Clicomde BLAYNEY AND COWBA GAZETTE, WITH WHICH IS nfC...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

JOHN NADE, | AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION ACENT CAECOAR. ^^^HfcZJjALES PROMPTLY RENDERED. HR^STeSTsTEAM FLOUR MILLS ^^^ CARCOAR. fpHB TTnderBigned having purchased the above X Mills, and pat them in splendid working order at great expense, i« prepared to Griod Grist inanyQeSltity. ? ^ HJgbestMce Given for Wheat. ?TLOUE AND BBAN SOLD. Oata. Cora, and Chaff dnyi en hand at Mark* Prices. R. SIM. Commercial Hotel, CARCOAR, JG. MITCHELL begs to return faU sincere . (banks to hit tmmenms customers for the kind .patronage received daring the last twelve months and fcopei by strict attention to keep the best brands of liquors in stock to merit a oontinuaace of their f avow*. Good Six -Stag Stable sad Best Billiard Table in Town C01EVSSGIAL JBAHKlUa* COM PJL1TT OF STPMBY CAPITAL. M00.O00. RESERVE FUNDS, CARCOAR BRANCH. Interact allowed on Fixed Deposits at Highest Current Bates. TVRA1TT8 granted on the Bank'a London Branch I 7 and on its Agents in the other Colonies. Eng Und.Ireland, Scotland, ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES' COLUMN. IF WE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

LADIES' COLUMN. .....IF-WV K$W, If welcnew the cr.res and crusjes Crowded round our neighbour's way ; If we knew the little losses,- ; ' , ?. ; | Soroly orievous day by day. WmiM wp tVipn an often chirin him For the lack of thrift aud gain — Leaving on his heart a shadow, Leaving on our hearts a stain 1 If we knew that clouds above us, Held their gentle blessings there, Would we turn away all tremhlirg, In our blind and weak despair % Would we shrink from little shade wa Lying in the dewy grass, While 'tis only birds of Eflenj - . \ * y Just in mercy flying past 1 If we knew the silent; story, Quivering hruugh the heart of pain, Would our womanhood dare doom them Bick to haunts of vice and shame ? Life has many a tangled crossing Joy has many a break of woe, Aud the cheeks tear-washed are whitest, This the blessed angels know. Let us reach within our bosoms For the key to other lives. And with love to erring Nature Cherish good that etill survives ; So tliit when our disrobed spirit...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

ikEEEEllS^ TO - -T« E && ITt )R. [yVfctfe willing, to insert, communication* coudusd in temperate language having reference to matters of heal or public interest, we do not ;'l ,necespitrily undone tht [opinions /expressed Jj- * our correspondents.]

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONDENSED ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

? ^^ ? ^^f — t^ CONDENSED ITEMS. /JBurglafa rf*Sr-yney.f., T. r^, ?*,? ' f^PoundkeijpTrlwHniedi j \ \\ f:i. ^ t!oncert-on;Tl5ur«d»f 'J '?- — -* -*? . ^ee phaughnessy's advt* ie 2£im-s Boot^ Sale 'A big HaleViFsidVe bullbckR at Orange^on Thursdny. See advt. It is said that Australia has over 10,000 JUtinct H|iecies of flowers. Nominations for big events at Boxing Day Races close on tlie 18th instant -,)A;.law-frri^like-.u.. testleaa man in bed. He lies first on one side and then on the; other. A little girl, eight veara old, was accident ally shot at Parrauiatta while playins with a k»tJ«d f «?/ | tk Uii lili'f iV } ' LTfie' c. ick1etFmatch V-tweefi f SH i*'s T^ltfven and eighteen of Queensland was won by the Bnglisbnieu byflll^runH. An fenterpriiiiig* pbysicinn advertises — ' I will lay half the funeral expenses in cases where I hid not successful.' New York is proud in the vaunt that she claims us her own' 4682 lunatics. But then, nf course her Senate is larger than our L^isla*wa!£...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIS AND THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

THIS AND THAT. . Thb Aphis Pest. — The following is said to be an infallible remedy for aphis on fruit trees :— Take 4 gallons of water, 1 gill of l^JSSgpfiy»#!flhfrf vinegar, lib. soft sn9|f-wicF *e1f*TCrk iWWHier : then secure a hand pnmp or syvinsje to cst »bont 3a. Cd. ; insert, this in vessel with mixture and syringe the affected part Roles op the Road for Drivers.— All young persons (male .mvl fem»l. ) tbat..are in the, habit. of dfinng q.i tbj pujip lOa^s'ihould be 'tfild ''that ''when' nie.-tiiig 'uny horae or conveyance they Bhould keep to the left, and when ovei taking and passing a horsn or conveyance keep to the right. This caution is nut an unnet:e»Hary one, for all drivers iniiHt be . a« are ,tt(jikt one onj^jf every half-? dgzen yoi^ineJI.i^k/s tl^^qag side. ' Gol6mining in Victoria.— As anything appertaining -o mining must be of interest to our iitimeruUK renders at thin time of mining excitement, we publish h summary of the mineial hta'isticn «f Viotoria : — L«Bt ye...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. CROAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

MRS. CROAKER. ' How do you manage your liusbur.d, Mrs. Croaker? S-ich a job kb I luve of it with S.i.ith !' 'F- iciest thing in the world my dear, — give him a twitch b ckwaid, when you want him to go forward. Fiir instance, you see to day I had a loaf of cake to make. Well, do you^snpp.'sc, becKtit-e my ' ody ib in the pastry rooni, th.t my soul need -« there toot Not' a bit -f it ! J'm iLinkii.g of all sorts of celestial things the while. Now, Croakei hai a way of tagging round at my neeta, and bringing rau |iltim|) down.ip the miiistpf'my aerial flights, l-y asking me the price of the sugar I'm using Well, yon see, it driven me frantic ! Aud when I wcke up this morning, and saw this storm, I knew I had him on inv bands for ihe --ay, titileso I njanaged riibt : — so I (old him that I hoped he wouldn't think, of going out to c-ich lim dea'ti, fnich *wftather;: that ae he wasn't capable of taking proper cie of him -elf, I should do it for him ; — tt at it wah very lonei-oiiie, rainy...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

MISCELLANY. divoice on the riiiVei ground of 'protracted t'esn vines.' Slit- »avn her IiubI and celebrated his marriage by gelling drunk, aud has kept U|i the leHtival ever since. ' ' Lidv Lvt'on used to tell tlie f.illowine: During a dinner at th» BhIwoi'h, Dean Swift iiKCH.ilie.the mi'jecfc of conv^rjaiiun, andj^when the ladie's had retired, ore of them asked Lidy Lyiton, ' Who is this Dr. Swift ? Can I a k him to my |ia'iies ?' ' Hardly So.' ' Why n t !' ' BwcatKe he iid a thing, some yn.irn hiuce, which etlectually prevented his ever »ptienr.ng -aain in Hociety.' ' What wan ihut?'.' ; '? Why, he died abpijjidi^iidted^ year» ago.' When Louih Pliilli|i|ie was on the throne, the Prince de. Joinvillt- had returned from a voyage louud the world, bringing back with Imn k nu-ubei of iiceBeuiH to Ilia family and friends. The Piinos.i Mai ie, who possessed au exquisite laste, w»s impatient to know vliat p.-ruon of hm exo'ic pt'^ents the prince had reserved for heieeif ''^lydBar sister,' ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. PAYMENT OF MEMRERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

MISCELLANEOUS .II-EMS. PAYMENT OP MEMRBRS. We nif ke no apology for reprinting from the Goulburn_ Evening Penny Post the ^ollawimg^rticle on the above subjecF:, — Mr. Charles L. Garland, ' .nember for the Carcoar electorate,, and one of the few really democratic -men m toe- Assembly, »aas notined his intention bf Asigmng his seat 'in Parliament at the close of the present session. - In bis address to his constituents he gives the _ reasons which have influenced him in coming to this decision, and they deserve attention, not merely at the hands of the Oarcoar electois, but everywhere where men desire true and honest representation. He says:— 'Our exceptional system of representation which demands fcfiat the Parliamentary representative should bear - ~ all the costs of representing the country andjiis constituents precludes the possibility of my continuance in Parliament. The total neglect of private and family interests and the large sacrifice of money and time that is involved in ho...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONTRIBUTORS' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

CONTRIBUTORS' COLUMN, IThk'opinions */ Osnifi-ibutms are not tuxtssarily tiwseofthe Editor

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST SYDNEY NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

S*t1v.T'EST S^dVeT? NEWS. ™ Sydney, lTriday. Thb Motkut op Gbhsww:.— The debate on the motion ot ^ensure was continued laat,njght, and furftk-4ivi»i»ed\tul TNfttf».y.\i*pn the. House will divide. The Government expects an immense majority. '?..',. .? ????'? ? OT1LI. AflUinKii, — mr. auuulu wit* wv»o vu TasB&gfTois. Bill to confer on the colony the name -^The Wpr^iXili^i.T ~ ' * ? - Ah Fxtka Holiday.— The Government has agreed to proclaim the Saturday before Christmas Day a public holiday.. p Thb Cbhtehbim. EiHiBttioN.— The Governor will open the Sydney. CeDtennial Exhibition on January 25th.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

'LOCAL AND DISTRICT. {The Editor will, be glad to receive reliable ? Hnfdrmdttoh regarding current ^events in all ports of the district J

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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HOW PILLS ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

HOW PILLS ARE MADE. The Custom of biking medicine in the form of pills dates far hack in histnrv. The object is to enaMe us to ewaliow eafcily ir, h con- ' denS'-d form disagreeaMe nnd naumi.ut, but i very iineftil, drua«. To what v*st dimensions |iill-t»king h 'S grown may he lm'igmed when we Buy that in England xlnre nl.out 2 000,000,000 (two tlio'ioand million) pills are consumed every year. In early days : pills were made slowly iiy h«nd, no the demand was c--mf-arxtiv-4v smal. Tonay they are prodncd with infinitely gi*»tiT rapidity by machines p*p»ciHlly contrived for the purpose, and with grea'er accuracy, too, '' in tbe proportion)* of the varioui ingredients ' employed. No form of medication can *»« better than a pill, provided only *t 18 intelligently pre pared. But right l-eie occurs the difficulty. Ea*y -as it may seem 'o m ke a piM, or a ^million of them, tin-re -\re really very few pills that, can I'R ho-iestlv c imuiended for popular uw. Most of tiiem -Hier undfishoot ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

Look Sue. Look Sere. WONOERFUn'EOUCTIONS IN THE BOOT LINK. Men'* French C«lf, made to order. ? £0 15 0. Meo's Sewu Boots, „ „ ? II 0 Women's French Calf, made to order ? 0 11 0 Men's St.ong Blucbere, „ „ .... 0 11 0, Meiv's Strong 1 aceups, , ? 0 13 0 Men's Halt-Soled and Heeled. ? 0 3 6 Woman's Half-Soled *Dd Heeled ? 0 3 0 Children's „ ? 0 2 0 All Oidcrs Piomptly Executed. THOM\- WKBB, Practical Boot and Shoe Maker, Near Moss's Siote, Carcoar. BEEKEEPERS Before purchasing elsewhere, compare my Price l-ibt with any in the Colonies. Bar ti'rame Hive (complete) ? 10 0 ., „ ,, with half story ? 15 0 j, ^., Hivi-8, packui in crates of 5, conuilete, all ready to puttot»etlier,«aeU 6 6 Budi«s, T'ltis, or Bottoms separate if nesired. Half Stonetvin crates of 5, with wide frames, compete ? each 3 0 Metal Buaners, pur d.-zen ? . 10 One-piece Sectiouvper 100 7b., per 1000 ... 60 0 Novice jSxtractor s, ? SO 0 Uncapping Knives ? 5 0 Yucca Brushes... .. ? 13 Comb Holders . ...'-? ? 2 6 Smokers ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Liberal Offer. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

A Liberal Offer. EVERY SB1 S' tilBEU who?* mime is clear on Odr bo lit u ai Wh S- |/t,--.mfier la.ni, wil- receive as a U'ti ??aia- 1-ix :i c-vy ot Mr. H. \V, Stephen's popular m»ei, '? i' u ?;'o: :e.. V i-:!-w.' 'An iutore*titii; fctury. ibe ;J:-. i-f nS'i'ii « skilfully laid out. ? ? ? A nice b'iok, and the story is wrll told'. — Town an-i Country Jou-im:. ' Th-!-e in mnch variety ;n the character*, hi d tHfir I'ecul iarl ier lie well murk d Mr. Siepncii pourtiays uiih a strengtii to be attained onl after actual «xperi«ncf aud oiistrvati n the rough life, the ups and down, ttn- iu -e ocial i-l:it.ions, ttie excesses and cnnn-'B, .1^ we'll -it xn- ui*-,f jolificat.ioue ol d; ger;, when tutu were imn- f. w restr&intn except Lhose tbuy lnipo*;! U(M.n i^.ni selves. ' ' ' Sciisuu 'ual iuciii. nts cruwi: r.Li.k upon uUfi atmtfaer.' — hyduey Mail. 'Mr. Stephen is to l-e cotiviatulate.i i-n havm. drawn a remai kably vivid, and. in tbe main, true picu'e of life on the diggings ; an...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A VIRULENT SPIDER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

A VIRULENT SPIDER. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,— In your issue of the 19th ultimo an article under the above heading appeared signed Pro Bono Publico. It is assumed by the Editor of the Blayney Advocate and also by a writer who signs himself "Spider" that     I am the author of the article in question;   and as you are in a position to give this assumption a flat denial, I ask you to oblige me by doing so at once. While denying all knowledge whatever of the authorship of the article referred to, I desire to say that I endorse the truth and justice of every   sentence it contained. I have written warmly on the subject to the Blayney Advocate, and in the event of my letter being refused publication, I hope you will afford me space to give the public my opinion of that paper and also of its correspondent, "Spider".   I am, etc, H. J. McCOOEY.     Forest Reefs, December 4. [Mr. McCooey is not the author of...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 10 December 1887

Wanted WANTED a girl as General Servant MRS. J. 0. DODO, ?'?-J w1 ?** v*' — O :-'-i'' — * — ^=* — . Wanted A GOOD GENERAL SERVANr wanted. Apply to : MRS. FINCH, ' Railway Stores, Carcoar. High-Class Dentistry At reform prices. Artificial Teeth, best quality full sot £5. Marshall Brothors, JJentists, 13 Elizabeth Street, Sydney. ~ Buggy for Sale. SINGLE-SEATED BUGGY for sale, in good order. Terca very moderate. Apply to JOHN HADE, Auctioneer. Carciar, Thinks ME. AND MRS. DUNCAN return their sincere thanks to the subscribers to tlie testimonial' reo«ntly presented to them, and trust that they will always retain the goodwill and esteem of the people of Carcoar. . ? The Hospital, Carcoar; ? ? December 6, 1887. To Builders and Contractors mENDERS will be received up to January 7th, J_ 1888, for the Erection of a Itrick Cottage. Plant- and specifications to be seen at the Royal Hotel, Ca-coar. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted Tenders to he addressed to | UEORGE ROWLANDS, ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888

&UWXILT& ARE -MADE. r- Tlie custom of taking medicine io the i of PiDs dates far. back io history. Theol is to enahle a*' to fcwallow easily u condenaed form disagreeable and nause bat wry oRefni, drugs. To what diroeDBiona pilltflking has growii ' may imagined When we say that in England a about 2,000,OOOJOOO (two -thonsshd mill piliB are consumed every' year: : In early i pills 'were tnadb ~filowly by hand, as demand wa»r comparatively email, v To they are produced with- infinitely l[re rapidity by niAchines~£S|i@eially contrived the purpose,- «trd: with greater o«ccUfapy;! in th6-proportioD' oif 'the ' Various ingredn employed. ???.??:? ' ? .. r- JJp.fprm of medicatioo .can be better t a ' pill, provided only it la intelligei prepared. Bat right here occurs difficulty. EaBy aB it way seem to mat pill4 :or a ^million of them, there are ret very few pills that csn: be honestly oomroen for popular use. Most «f~them cither nnc slio^qqovershopt the oiarfc. -? A* «veryb...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888

Sigh-Class Dentistry At reform prices. Artificial Teeth, best quality Salt ant £6. Marshall Brothers, Dentists, 133 Elizabeth Street. Sydney. Carooax Hospital niHE Quarterly Meeting of the Committee will _L be held at the Court House, Carooar, on Wjdnbait Arsbnooh Next, at 3 o'clock. W. E. WARNER, Hon. Sec Grass Paldook to Let. mO Let Grass Paddock of S5 acres in the town .L ship of Oarooar, plenty of grass and water. Apply to Mb. W..J5. Wabjjbb or B. STIMPSON. Notice. ~~ 4 LL PEBSGNS found cutting or Removing J\_ Wood from my land known as Mr. James McKeown's selection, Milbum Creek, after this -late will be prosecuted. ??- HENBY OLIVER. tfotioo. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the No. One Hotel, Mount Macquarie on Satubdax, October 6th, 1888, at 7 o'clock p.m. Business : — To take steps to bold a Ploughing Match. ? . , T. BATES, . . ? Hon. Sec. Caution. A LL persons are hereby Cautioned against J\_ TRESPASSING on my land at East Logan ((formerly known as Mr. H. Oliver's Freehold)...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VARIOUS MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 October 1888

:; ;Vajriou8 matters. \ Dentistry. — Mr. Carter pays his usual joonthly visit .to Carcoar nest week. .He, jmay' be consulted at the. Royal Hotel. ; J^AfijUJOtriiiA, — The tearoeeting^in connec tion With St. John's Church, Marangulla, will be h'eld on tbe 9th November as usual. i Oabooab Hospital — The quarterly meet ing of tbe above will be held at tbe Court {House, Carcoar, on Wednesday afternoon next. . f abmees. — Those interested in the holding of ploughing- matobes -eX Mount Macquarie this year— every farmer in the locality should be — are requested tto meet at the No. One Hotel at 7 o'clock this (Saturday) evening. JQIoRE Cobalt. — Another discovery of cobalt has been made on McEillop's freehold some distance naat pf the original discovery. This week Mr. McKillop forwarded half a ton of -cobalt: ore to the Mines Department for display in the New!fi0uth Wales Oon'rt at the Melbourne Exhibition. Samples have also been sent to tbe Geological Museum. . .Oaeodau Dkeatiho Society..—...

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