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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

Nottoe to trespassers. ALL STOCK running on the KempBeld Bun after this date will' be impounded, and 'any one found tiespasring will be prosecuted without respect to porsons. _ . V FRAJ*K tTAILEY, Lyndburet and Kempfield. NOTICE. MR. CT/VBBS Has removed from Keppel Street up to more , commodious premises ?,,.,; . tl;.; v. Opposite K. C. Pr«sl-yterj, tfiHUun St.,: AND . thanks h|s-.,flastv.niii-irons,ifor,it|ifisyery lit' --al support and^hopes by «not attention , to retain the 'confidence and'p'dtronngo '.liitnerlb extended to him.- . '-'-I' *?-'_ '?' T '' '-':: w'f.''l GRATEFUL-^OMFOBTJNG; . , v EPPS'S COCOA. ,'.'?: .^.BREAKFAST. .'.?'..?? -?-?? ''D'Y ft thorough 'fcribwledge'of the ''natural law's J3 which govern the operations Of jdigeatlon and nutrition and by a carofiij application, of the finVproper'ties of well;selectod'dbcba,'^Mr.' Epps.has ?nrovidfed our .'ljtoakfaw tables 'with' '-ft Seltcktely: ? flavoured boyerage which may eaie .us inany lioftvy . doctor's l^lllsi , &am...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY INFORMATION FARES FROM CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

KA1LWAY INFORMATION FARES FItOM OABCOAR. Fpr the convenience of readers we (subjoin a table indicating the fares charged from Carcoar to .local station* tin! to Eoine of the principal centres on othur ; lines : — Fares from Carcoar. Stations. Single Return* Special Er. ? : ? 1st. 2nd. Its. 2nd. 1st. 2ndf Albury BO 934 076 061 067 645 3 Bathurst 8 06 312 07 9 10 670 Blayhey 2 6173 82 5382 2 Bourke 63 643 095 664 984 957 6 BurleyJky 3 82 56 6384 10 3 3 Cowra 7348 10 970 9 603 Dubbo 23 616 635 323 331 320 .9 Garland 2 1 1 4 3 2 2 Q. 2 10,1 10 Ooulburn 40 9 27 061 3 40 9 54 336 3 Harden 20 013 6 30 0 20 3 26 918 0 Holmwood 634296638666 Lithgow 17 911 9 26 017 9 23 615 « Lyndlmrst 1 51 02 21 61 HI 4 *, Jland'ttoa 0 1ft 0 -7 1 9-0 U3l. 2 0 10 Orange 634396 6 68669 Parramatta 32 10 21 1149 6 33 2 45 330 0 Ponrith 29 919 9 44 6 29 9 39 626 6 Sydney 34 322 651 331 045 630 3 Wellingtons 611 6 26 017 6 23 315 3 Woodstock 473 170486342 Young 16 010 9 24 316 321 614 6 ♦Available for return us fo...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL TIME-TABLE Up—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

LOCAL TIME- TABLE Uf — Harden to Blatoey! ^~C ' Mixed Mixed S c, *?„.,= Daily Daily Mixed g Stations. (Sun'y (Sim'ySund'y g excpd) excpd) Mis. A.m. p.m. a.m. — Harden ...Depart 6 10 9 15 6 10 1 Muirumburrah ... 6 2} a 6 20 3 Deinondrille Juncl'n 6 32 9 40 6 32 10 King's Vale ... a a a „, „ /Arrive. 7 30 10 30 7 30 21 Voung .??|i)epavt. 80 1O4o 8 0 Burrranpong .. a a a .33 Moiileagle ? a a a Bendick Morrell ... a a a Growther ? a a a 49 K'jorawatha ... 9 40 11 55 9 40 ? ?„ _? ? ' « Arrive JO 25 12 4.0 10 25 67 Ouwra ? J Depart 10 40 1 0 5 60 71 Holmwood .- ? ? a ... a 79 Woodstock ? .1110 150 6 30 83 Myalla ... ... a .... a 91 Garland ? a ... a 94 Lyndhuret ? 2 55 7 30 p.'m . 97 Mandurama ...12 35 3 10 7 45 101 «aici.ar ? 1 10 3 30 8 0 113 Bjiyncy ... ? ... 2 0 4 20 8 55

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. PROCEEDINGS ON NOMINATION DAY. ALD. LAMOND DECLINES TO SPEAK. POLLING ON SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

OAKCOAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS ON NOMINAMON DAY. ALD, LAMOND DECLINES TO SPEAK. POLLING ON 8 ATURDAT. 1 ' The public nomination of candidates for tjie ' two' regular vac*ncieB in tbe Caicoai Municipal Coutioil took pliice at the Couuoil Chambers at noon on Tuesday last. Aid. J. Hade,' 'Mayor and Returning Officoer, pre Bidc9.' Tile proceedings were opened in:tlie DUinu &UVU1 IU wiiiuii me ^'UUUUlt UlOBb,.IUUrc than- half the ratepayers present remaining on the. verandah, where it is cuntoniary for the cundidates to speak, . : The' Returning Officer read (lie papers noffiinuting \V. J. Derwin, H. Lamonii, J. B^ni.brick, and J. M. Cullen, and announced that -the. last-named gentlemin had tetired from tbe. contest. . ' -There-being only two candidates for the offiefof'auditor, Messrs: J. A. McKillop and J. A. Oiiinn were declared elpntail -. The Returning Officer called npon Aid/ Derwin to address the ipeeting. Ald.'tamond.: 1 desire' to snggest, Mr: RetuThing Otegr^thii...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR SCHOOL OF ARTS. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

CARCOAR SCHOOL OP ART& THE ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of members of (he Oarooar School of Arts was held on Monday evening laiir, Mr, W. Clark in the chair. There was a good attondanoH. The Hon. Secretary presented hia ftnousi ? vt'wtv, npvu wuweu iuui Bttuoiaciiory vpro- ? gress had; been made during tbe year. The report was adopted. ?????? ?? ?' ? .-..'??.. . -' rThe Treaiurert annual ? balance-sheet sloWeiT. ?*' jofeait' balahce; of ,£24 'when Hhe Government subsidy is to band. It having been intimated that the Secretary and Treasurer would not again ieek election, ahnirty yot« of ith»nks was accprded them for their past Beryioes. ' ' \' ,.'.'.'' . ' ' The election of offioero feiultedas follows : President: Mr. J. A. McKillop. Vice President: Mr. W. Clark. Seoretary: Mr, - P. Ji Kelly. Treasurer j Mr. J. G. Dpj-win. Auditors': Mesirs, J. A. Quinn and J. I. . LinkB. Ootntnitteej Messrs. J. M. Callen, A, S. Lsmrook, H. Lamond, J. Bembriok, and Ren F. W.Clarke. . It ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND DISTRICT. BLAYNEY JOCKEY CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

iJMQAh AND DISTRICT,. BLAYNEY JOCKE¥ CLUB RACEa The faces which itake place at Blaybey oh Wednesday promise to be a great BucdeBF. The day has been procloimed a public holiday in the Carcoar district, but 8B the train leaves before 'i a.m. only' those who have other meains ^of travelling are likely to attend. Oor iJleyney. friends patronised us liberally on. Boxing -JDay, and we hope to see the compliment returned on Wednesday. Fol lowing are the handicaps : — ?? \ OpENiiJO Handicap. 6 Fum-okm iiiw G-J8We Gwiropre^vEuroclydon -86 P. Mayne's Cardinal, 4 years -83 TUriP¥aV-tl'''^ot»^i . v, ? ,7 -12 i eaor|B3HemBworth'sPildt,6yrs 78' ..» B.«P4perW Counterfeit, 4 years - f 6 James WriRhfs Red Hill - . 7 o ?**f*t^?f«»'sTa*hborine,6yeaw 6 10 - ?'d-G; Muecharane'sfleurdeLis 6 9 B. Ingersole's Rosebud ? .69 ?'?W;MXonVMurga,6yeara . 6 7 .BjUTNBY..JpcKinr Club Easdiow, 1J Miles. liT- J. G. Mileoharatie'sMizpah,6yrs 8 6 ?' ,..|R Piper's n.e. Bertum, 8 years ? 8 0 - . ?. '..%?? ^^ Wayne's Oardi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

? BJfiLtGlOpS. EO2IAN CATHOLIC. Per. J. Eropliy will -coudvet servioes us .under'-— ?auNBAir, Fbbbcjiry 7th.— (Jarooar, -fi^O a.m.;' tilajney, 11 ami. ana -7'30 p.m. - Sunday, Fsbruart 14tb.— Carcoar 8-30 a.m. and '' 7^0 p/ni.; Brown's Creek. 11 a.in. Pdkday, Febuvary 21st. — Carcoar, 8-30 - a.m..; Rlayney, H a.m. and 7*30j».m. i-Sondatt, February 2&th. — Blayney, *-30 a.m.; Carcoar. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services will toe conducted by tbe Rev. F. W. Clurte-asionder:: — !PiR8T SnKmnr. -^Carcoar, ill a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Shaw, 3 p.m. 4-BC0ND Sumdav.— Carcoar, 11 a.m. and .7-30 p.m.; tgrndhurst, 3 p.m. Third StrKDAT.— rCarcoar, 11 a.m.; Marangella, - 3 p.m.^ Maadurama, -T!30 p.m; Tounra Scndat ? Carcoar, II a.m. and 7 -30 p.m.; Lyndhnrst, 3 p.m. iPi«h -'Svkbat.'— Oareoar, 11 a.m. and 730 j-.m.; Mandnrama, 3 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN. 8errices will he conducted Tiy the fter. J. ?Cbriatie ae under until further tiotice ?: ? OuiC0B.lt, — Morning and Evening, every Sabbat...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

CAROOAR DEBATING CLUB. Monday's meeting of the Glufe wan the iffirst of the new term, and was well attended. The new Premier (Mr. iCMIen) presented the 1 ministerial programme fi»r the session, which was adoDted without dnbatf. - Mr. A. 8. Lam rock, editor' of the Manuscript Journil, Jkjthen read the contributions Bent in. They 0T'-wp:re of exceptional merit, and the -interest ? ? of members was tnnin'ained to the ml. The buainens for the next meeting will l-e the ?conRiderntion of a motion by the Premier, — 'That the cremation of the dead is eBsential to the health of the people.'

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

^TELEGRAPglC NEWS.f [PROM THE NEWSPAPER PRESS ; ASSOCIATION.] The- news that Mr. Dibbs will visit Enghmd to enquire into financial matters hsb caused a sensation in I/-ndon. Tlie Russian Jews settled in the Argentine Repo^iftjesire to return to Russia. Mr flAv 7U[ P fA* m..M t.. _ £^c ? lj At..' *????? w»i «La. «yc -v*»icv USD ftULUriUeU vile people of Dunlin that only fifty people in Ausfwiy a- support the Parnellite section of tbe Irish party. On Thursday night the N.S.W. Assembly took; up -h*. free list schedule of the Customs DttUes Bill. Numerous attempts at amend ments were negatived. The 15 par .cent, ad valornm duties were agreed to with only a forfttl; protest, from the leader of the Opposition. At 12.20 the Bill finally passed through Committee amidst piot-^ctionist cheers. '.--''' '?'.'., ;i fionsjiahle..Rilev, of Ada vale, committed sufcide/.','Shot himself through the head.

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THE TRAVELLING DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

THE TRAXPLUKPjMR^^ Ii- order that the future-movements of the Ti»wrtUng.I)air} uiay-^e m«!hodica]ly Bnd^e|ojionucjklty,'iftp«mEred, ibjrlpepni^; mentor Agriculture will be g.'ad Vo recejve applications from dJBttuctB, the residents 'oT wuicn Hre uesirutiB w seeing mn i/ttirj; 111 operjfiloti- irwi ofi obtaining reliable inf..r-: mation regarding ihe methods', iitt Butter and Che. Be umlrin-. The app icalinna, which should le Hindu wuli ihe least poaaibly*ivlt(y,-Rlioa:it'eimu\aJe'eit1Ii(-r-fr()u'i the local agricultural ^andjiasjoral^assiicia tion or from h ri'presfenttr'.bre'ton'imittee appointed— fnr-the-jrarpnre: — Iii-nrder-ic prevguL^ny ; miamfflumtftirding, 'it -uuij' hf well *o ieAipVulifte; shiirllyvthe oondttibnl» under which a visit, is , permitted, - Tlie freight by *»il or' steamer of the' complete plant and eiiunie wghing-S-tons 15cwt. is paid by the Depntiie it of Agriculture but the local body must provide-carta^e from the neapeSt )-aUivSy, station or wlmrf to the sce...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ALO. LAMOND ADDRESSES AN OPEN AIR MEETING. AND SPEAKS SOME PLAIN ENGLISH. MR. SMART APPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

ALD. LAMOND ADDRESSES AN OPEN AIR^MEETING. AND SPEAKS SO&E PLAIN ENGLISH. ME. SMART APPEARS. : 'Gentlemen; this meeting is held oqder circumstances unprecedented in the munioipal history of CarcoarJ-'.^Such was the intro dudtion to what will rank among Carcoar's historical meetings. Many yearn ago, in the old Stoke Hotel, ithere waE^held a meeting in -connection, with .a. muninihul . »nnfi-i,K«.i..M. will never |adcb irojn-.^e muuory. of -any wJlq w,erfl preBont. It was a lively meeting irra.meeting in, whi#h eyenfc succeeded event bo rapidly jlSht;;.^ tuijii^g ;;-)T,11buttp.ns1 sounded likava pflp-jju^'xunnonade.' Two pf tbe most prominent actors in that drama *ave made their exit from the stage of iife, but the meniorysof jthis meetinft survives.' Tuesday nigtiM' meetiiSg was of a different character. It' was a protest against the high-banded aotion of one 'drest in a Jittje brief authority,' . and if numbers and enthufligsjn mean anything it was altogether successful; Ihf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

A.M., M.D., F.B.C.B. '&-., M.E.C.S. 'EKB. 9/11 ! MACQUAR!E ST- «ORTH \ nn| *«'| SYDNBy. J,**' (orrosm fibluxibt hobbi). Dr. PATERSON has been engaged for over Twenty Years in the study ana practice of EHB0J.1C, MERVOUS, ~~~^-^^~— ' USD Special Diseases Of Men ana Woman In the loadine Medical Schools and Hospitals of Greet Britain, Paris, Berlin ana Vienna, taid in priviite practice. Formerly House Surgeon to the fc'dinburgh EojuT Infirmary, Hateiv Bjtj* and Ttock Hospitals, TUo-taeAical man adver tising in these colonies has medical degrees widen, can lie compared urilh his. Bach eminent qaaliflca^ tions, together with his recognized straightforward treatment, has naturally gained lor him the reputation of being' the r: ONtT IEGA1LY QUALIFIED DOCTOR adverrimnjr in these colonies who combines with ?pecial Enotvli.-dge Honest Treatment, as may easily be ascertained by applying to any leading paper in. the colony. No diseases cause so much misery and distress as those included ...

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REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL. The Mayor and alt the aldermen were present at (he meeting of the Council on Tuesday last, ? The undei mentioned accounts were passed for payment : — Mitchell and men, labour- - £3 12 0 Piospnr and men, labour. - - 2 0 0 Mrs. Brady, lamplighting - - 1 5 8 Buliumt GasCo., tai - ? - 0 16 6 J. Stammers, labour - - - 0 10 0 Trainage ? 0 3 11 With tefeence to the account for work at the Cuouibing Street bridge, Aid. Limond said that al.liough the work had. been well doue, he thought it should have, been given to some of the unemployed., ratepayers rather than to those who had other employment The Mayor said .that while be occupied liia present position he would' have U13 'work done as he thought best ior the ratepayers. ? A. letter 'wbb read from the Blayney Rond Superiutendant promising prompt attention to tbe matters brought under his notice by tbe Council. At the suggestion of Aid. Lauorock, it was' decided to thank Mr. Gill for his promptitude. Aid. La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

*^&€0M A.v H. & P. ASSOCIATION'S A N ISP-XJ 'A. L . ., S HO W:! ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY, MARCH 17, 1892. Officers for 1«92:— President: Mr. B. Stiinpson. Vice-Presidents : Messrs. N., Connolly, PX,.:T}; Fitzpatrfeki J.P., and W. Syfces- treasurer! Mr. J: H.^rdr: Secretary ;: Mi^JVA* MfcRfllop.- ?- ?- PROGRAMME OF PRIZES. Class A.— Horses. Pedigree to accompany entr£ of all Blood Stock. Best Blood Stallion, auy age ; 1st prize LI, 2nd Certificate of Merit. ,, Blood Stallion under 4 yean; 1st prize LI, 2nd Certificate of Merit. ,, Blood Mare, any age ; let price LI, 2nd ditto Certificate of Merit. „ Blood Mere and Foal ; lit prise I.I, 2nd ditto Certificate of Merit. „ Blood Filly, 3 rears and under ; 1st prize LI, 2nd ditto Certificate of Merit. ,» Blood Colt, 3 jcarp and under ; 1st prize I.I, 2nd ditto Certificate of Merit. ,, Draught Stallion;' any age ; 1st prize LI, 2nd ditto Certificate of Merit. t, Draught Stallion under 4 years ; 1st prize LI, 2nd ditto Certifica...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

ILOOAT. ITEMS. Some annoyance is ft It at Mandurama-at 'Bishop Camidge's failure to -conduct service ?there on Sunday af ternoon, «s announced by ithe Rev. IF. W. -Clarke. About 106 persons attended, some lhaving -0006 from remote ?settlements. A great deal df interest is 'feeing taken in ?to-day's municipall election. A -cloBe -contest 'dsexppetnd. ?? ;i. . .? , ? The result of the 'ballot for the election of.. * Hospital 'Committee will be declare* at r.i '10 o'clook tornigbt -Sa*dMlav^ at #$ School, of Arts. ? Tenders for sites for a Show -3rounS must ? reach the Abtmg'Secretary A.,' H., and P. . Association on or before Monday next. .' '' Several -mnbrtantitemBdeld over inDlodmg a report of the oricket match, Onrooar v. Ivanhoes. 'Our boys were 'defeated by Bine ?wickets, but were treated right royally and .enjoyed themselves thoroughly.' Two auction sales at Lyndb«rst to-day. ';See -advertisementa. Big Rale of betters at Orange on Monday. 'Worth Bering. ' ' ?????. _ Tennis play...

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LOCAL LAND OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

tiOOAL LAND OFJFICE. The nndermentionefl application -wah lodged Ht the local Cnnd Office 'on Thursday last :: — JTomos Mp-rnp, 194a. a.c.p. and ftO0». c I., Georginna, Keverstone. % .- ? ffohn T. Picker, 4O.i. a.c.p. »nd '360a. -i; Oeorpiin«: Keverstone. ' A. D. Howard, *©«. a.c.p. and 240n. c.l.t Genreima, Bigga. Patridk Ftirrelly, 50a. a.c.p. and lG6a. c.l., 'Geor^inna, Yarraman. CommetcialBink, 120*. a.cp. and 360«. c.l., -Oenrgiann, Meglo. T. Rynn, lOOi. c.p., Georgiann.Oroveland. D. HargunB, 1*0 1. a.o.p. and 480a c.L, ©ath»rst, Egbert. --

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CARCOAR ANNUAL SHOW. THE PRIZE SCHEDULE DISCUSSED AND ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

CARGO AR ANNUAL SHOW. 'THE PRIZE SCHEDULE DISCUSSED AN© AUDOPPED. There was a good attendance at t'he meet ing of the A., H., and P. Association on 'Tuesday last, When the prize schedule wim -considered and' thoroughly revispd. It witl be found -c'lfl'ewhi're in this issue. The Hist is not as 'long, but is much more complete ttiun in fnrtnaii !VBam ITliiia tn (TUnaa ffi *rlin old list, Which; *raa found Very incomplete, ?has been struck out, and' the Society offer prises for every breed of poultry frtiown to the fancier. And -eo in other classes, ffhe (Committee 'has^een much indebted to'f riondsi ?Whose written suggestions for 'the imf.rove ?nient of the (programme flare fepen of rvalue. The tDKJority of thPse'BnggeBtTonB ihave teen -acted upon, and the result is' a programme that it is thought will give greater stiffs^ faction than ahy of its ipredeceeaonC L''tn -order to add to the attractiveness -of the ?ahow, it has 'been deciflfd to place the control -of the hunting, trotting,...

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CARCOAR HOSPITAL. THE ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS. CHANGE IN THE MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

*OA»COAR HOSPITAOi. '.THE ANNUAL -MEETING AND ffiLECHON ?OF OPHIOEHS. CHANGE 'IN THE MANAGEMENT. The annual 'meeting of contributors to the 'Carcoar Hospital was held at the School el Arts on Saturday rff ternoon last. There -was ra good attendance, Mr. S. S. Limrook f presiding. The Acting Secretary tfMx. Xminon*) sai.) -the meeting had been called for that dwy because it was found to he the last upon i which it couldilegnlly be held. The Hospital Act had .not been -complied with -in theipust tin several imporUntiparticulars. The Acl baring been iprodoced and wc ' plained by the 'Chairman, (he -election of «r°fficers was proceeded wiih. The undermentioned officers were elected without opposition-: — Tresidont, Mr. 'Bernird 'Stimpson. 'Vice Presidents, MesNre. N. 'Connolly, P.M., and 7. S. Lainrodk. Hon. Secretary : Mr. J. A. McKi'iop. Auditors Messrs. J. IT. Pord and V. Blatcliford. The Act providing that the office «f 'Tretsurer should be a permanent one, antf there having been so...

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SHOCKING OCCURENCE AT BURST YARDS. A YOUNG GIRL SHOT DEAD. SINGULAR VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

Sn-4CE[NO OOCURffiNOE AT BURST VARI4S. A trOUK€ -GIEL SHOT DEAD. fldNG-DILAR VERDICT. , - Wenrw dndsibted to the courtesy of (he ©istiict 'Coroner i(Mr J. %. jCo-)b, O.T.) for tire following summary -of the evidence given ivelore hiuven Tuesday at«n ibqiiestcotiCeiih ing the 'flesfSh of fiurA f ane Ceenn,' alias Thompson, whp4die£ at Burnt Yards from 4,he*ftectef a gunBhot wouiiii.^— . : ' / A'ilad aboutjljr yeaw old .nained ?Keenu, brother df deceased, -depesed Chat, he was aitting on the table of the if Font room of bis mother's -ivsifieoce, alongside . of Ifovid '©gVe; at eboat 12 o'clodfc noon on Monday last Opposite them on the «ofa, and within a -few feet of them sat ?deceased, San& fane Keens. (He nnfl Ogle had been making cartridges With the object «t going out dhooting. Several lo'gfled jtoi unloaded cartridges were on the t«ble. Ogle «nd -flecea8ed had bena Harking all the morning. 'Ogle -was playing ?wifli the gun ((a double barrel breech loader produced.) Ogle to...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

What Money Will Do Suppiin youiself the lincpy possessor -X t.wn- nniliuiie of money. W£a.t would you do ^witli il'! Would you follow Mr. Paling'B nohlii deed uuri build & sanatorium for the . aicU* -or xraxM yon .fullow the leail of ' *? (iubiloe ' J&wisou and piny it'up, ami tiniah' nu » oniticculiil gani.T runcy wnai couiu you ' .jS*i.-Uli 'two nitllions, .you could visit and wibw^hu flights of the old and new nvetilfis, . -vuu ?CBiild ikscp a splcmlid '(MtabluJhment, liawe «curei of servants nt yourfeeck and call, yc« cwJJ ti'mi.your horseanna your hounda, yo'.ir grms, yunr yachts, your -town and imuti'.y hcincf, «,'v. conlil hunt, SbIi and tiMVol mid live a life of continual pleasure if —Oh ! tliuf' if' it always onxpe -in— if you .. liul goo') hciiltli, ami if you bad bad health' mid cuuM not unjoy your great .peseessiona, wlmt guud would all ilic money and riches in the iturrudti i j.1 .irorld be worth -to you ! ? goofl lioalth in 'he grcnt ilesiduratum— prese...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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