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Accidental Manslaughter. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

Aoox&e&tal Itaaslauglxter. Wo are compelled through pressure upon' our sp^ce to withhold several iteom of jmblip interest, lut we feel that we would neglect a solemn public duty if we failed to call tlie attention of tlie authorities to the extra-' ordinary.1 verdict accepted by the District uoroner at ine inquest on tne Doay ot Sarah Jane Keene on Tuesday las'. Upon reference -to the report of the inquest it will be been that the Coroner accepted a verdict of accidental, death with a rider of man slaughter'! Few Coroners would have, re ceived such & verdict. But having received it, there was but one proper course to adopt. The jury having found that the unfortunate girl came to her death throngh gross careless new, the person accused ehould hare been committed for trial. In failing to take that step IheTCoroncr committed a grave error cf judgment, and that .error it is the duty of tbe Department of Justice to remedy. ' The evidence, leaves no room for doubt ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 6 February 1892

- -:-? Teanis. Tennis. A XL those interested in tbe formation of a Tennis Clnb .are requested to meet at the Court House on TflUBSDAY AFTERNOON at 6_p.m. . raj era Astsar -D17BSCRIBEftS will -oblige by notifying the ?y Proprietor -when their -papers do not arrive arid namini the -office ?w'here the nes'.ec* sccara. To Towa Subsoabers TOWN SUBSCRIBERS ate requested to report any delay in tbe delivery of their papers direct to the Proprietor. ..,. .' To Oorregpondenta F is requested that all communications relat ing to 'matters -conneoted with the Oakooak JChbokiclk (whether for publication or other wise) be addressed— GOROmCLB, CARCOAR, -And titit to auy member -of the staff by name ? . . i ..'.; ? . - ^uuportant to AdT6rtisets- ~jk D'WfRTISEiffENTS for msertlon in the 'f^- yriatt Ibbub of the Caboo&b Oheonicm mtSt' be lodged et this o^cp! \ff 10 ajn. «£ ' *'ftftcr*tioitt in Aavertlsemedts must reach -this office by noon on Thursday, to ensure such alterations being made in t...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

LOCAL ITEMS. Cold weather. Many items held over. Tug-of-War at Careoar Show. Mr. J. A. McKillop has resumed duties. Rev. F. W. Clarke resumes duties to morrow. £15 hunter's prize at Carcoar Show on the 17th March next. Hayward's shepp remedies may be had -t Thomson Bros., Lyn-Miurst. Tenders for various municipal services for 1892 close on Tuesday next Tender* for a number of road contracts close on Tuesday next. Smc advfc. Two inches nf rain fell at Carcoar on Friday. Tho thermometer fell 30-Jeg. i'ognrij'n Hotel, Lvndliurst, Iihs changed hands, the uew proprietor being Mr. K. O'Brien. Dr. Byrne, K. C. Bishop of B.thurst, will dedicate the naw cliuroli at Lyndliurst on Sunday, 13 h Mnrch. Chess, draughts, and curd games are played at the School of Arts almost every evening. Subscription its only 2s. 6d per quarter. The concert in niil of the feniily of the late Mr. Walsh is fix-d for the 9th March. A good programme is being prepared und will be published next week. The lie?. Canon ...

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CARCOAR DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

CARCOAR DEBATING CLUB. Interest in the proceedings of the Club is well sustained, and the attendance at (he meetings con'inues satisfactory. The chief business at th« meeting on Monday last was readings, recitations, eta tbe Rev. J. Brophy nnd Messrs. IS on h, Fetheistoue, Bembncb, Biddulph, Watson, Lamond, and Derwin contributing to the programme. A bill to amend the land Ixws was introduced by the Goveiijinen'. «nd read a first time. Iis second reading is fixed for Monday next, when an animated debate is expected. Mr. Derwin gnve notice of a .motion of censure which will bp discussed at next meeting.

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A Complaint. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

A Complaint. , Mr, Connolly, P.M., did good public service when, at the hospital meeting on WeSneBday, be referred to the dissatisfaction expressed by some subscribers who are not often seen »t the meetings, .but who nevertheless take deep interest in the institution, with the recent chungo in the management of the hospital ; or perhaps it would be more accurate to fay, the manneir in whijh that change was brought about. Mr. Connolly is not one of those who hawk grievances about, doing incalculable harm to institutions that deserve well of tbe public. Actuated by higher motive*, he seeks, to hear both sidea before he judges, and is willing to give to those whd undertake the ofitimes thanklegB task of managing public institutions credit for the best motives un'il the contrary be proven. So, when, he heard statements msde that were likely to injure »ur noblest institution in the estimation of the- public, he availed himself of the first opportunity of bringing tho matter before tbe su...

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CARCOAR SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

CARCOAR SCHOOL OF ARTS. ' The Vice-President (Mr. W. Clark) pi« aidi d at the meeting of the Committee of the School of Arts on Monday last. After discussion it was decided to purchase £5 worth cif new looks, and a list of suitable volumes was m«de out and handed to Mr. A. S. Lamiocb, who undertook to bay them while in Sydney this week. It is hoped that this addition to the library will add to the popularity of tbe institution.

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WEATHER REPORT. CARCOAR STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

WE&TSER REPORT. CAROOAR STATION. DAY. . UATNFALt. THERMOMETER. ?? ? IN. PTS. MAX. MIN. SATURDAY ? 0 O 79 69 MONDAY ? 0 0 82 60 TUESDAY ? 0 O 86 69 WEDNESDAY.... 0 0 87 70 THURSDAY ? 0 3 88 66 FRIDAY ? 0 0 87 68 ? T~l 0 3 ? Utc Saicoac Chronicle i. AND BLAYNEY AND COWBA GAZETTE, WITH WHICH IS INCOKPOKATED THE MOUNT McDONALD MINER. FOB THE INJURY OF NONE, FOB THE GOOD OF ALL SATURDAY, FEBETAEY 27, 1892.

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CARCOAB ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

OARCOAB ANNUAL SHOW. A meeting of the A., H., and P. Associa tion was held at Kenwortby's Victoria Hotel on Tuesday afternoon last, Mr. W. Sykes (Vice-President) in the chair. There was a good attendance. ? ? ? Correspondence was read and dealt with. The Acting Secretary announced that a number of special prizes had been promised. Mr. Sykes said he would give £1 Is. for the best exhibit of factory butter. Mr. J. S. . Lamrock said the committee appointed to arrange the hunting prises would haye the programme ready in a day or two. They would ofier prises for hunters, trotters, and a high jump, but did not ihink it advisable to have pony racing on the Park. At the suggestion of Mr. Lamrock, a price of £2 for a trotting stallion was added to the programme. ' , *. s , This concluded the business.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

i Advauce J»HE|S^ Carcoar. | CARCOAR A, H. & P. ASSOCIATION'S ; /; :X NNUA.L SHOW! I ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY, MARCH 17, 1892. ? r i tJfficLrs for 1892:— President: Mr. B. Stinipson. Vice-Presidents : Messrs. N. Connolly, P.M., T. |Fitzpatrick, J.P., and W, Sykes. Treasurer : Mr. J. H. Ford. Secretary : Mr. J. A McKillop. f PROGRAMME OP PRIZES. f Class A.— Horses. IVdigfee to accompany entry oi all Blood Stock. Best felood Stallion, any age ; 1st prize LI, 2nd j Certificate of Merit. ,., [Blood Stallion under 4 yeara ; 1st prize LI, I 2nd Certificate of Merit. „ {Blood Mare, any age ; let prise LI, 2nd ditto } Certificate of Merit ,, I Blood Mare and Foal ; let prize LI, 2nd I ditto Certificate of Merit. ; „ j Blood Filly, 3 years and under ; let prize LI, j 2nd ditto Certificate o£ Merit. ; ^ *-- .- - , , { Blood Colt, 3 j ear? and under ; 1st prize LI. '^?v*^ * „ j Trotting Stellion ; prize L2. '~^ I 2nd ditto Certificate of Merit. „ ! Drauglt Stallion, any age ; 1st prize LI,...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ANNUAL HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

ANNUAL HOSPITA.L MEETING. The adjourned a&uunl meeting of con tributors to the Carcoar Hospital was continued in the School of Arts on Wednes day afternooti lost, the President (Mr. B. Srimpson) in the chair. There was a good Attendance. . ; Mr. N. Connolly said dissatisfaction bad been ^xpresBed by adme subscribers -at the change in the constitution ot the committee. They complained that no notice bad been giveu of the intention to make a change, and . that candidates had been nominated -without their consent. There was also something said about the w»y in which -the election bad been carried out Personally, he thought it would have been better if Eve candidates had been : nominated and elected without ft ballot. Mr. T, Fiiepairick said the letter of the law Imd been complied with. The subscribers had been unable to agree upon' five names, and the ballot had been carried out according tolaw. .-.. '.'.-.. . Mr. H. Lattiond said there the notioe given of the annuulineeting wa...

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FLOUR AND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

FLOUR AND WHEAT. Pakera and Storek^ipere^visbingtoflse, or supply their oustomcra with/ the best lour should keep in stock the ' ACME PATENT»OLLER FLOUR' which is put up in saoks and small bags. Regis tered Brand, 'Acme.' Bran, Pollard, Maize (whole or cracked), Chick Wheat, Soreenlngs,^ound seooniMumd Sacks, etc., at lowest rates. Sendtfor prices. Sellers of Milling t-r Chiok Wheat. - Send samples and ask for prices. H. 0. MATTHEWS, Acme Roller Flour Mills, Bathmet, ' '' ? '

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WONDERFUL SHEEP IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

WONDERFUL SHEEP IMPROVEMENT. Warrah iind Wallabedah Stations, Liverpool Pfains, report this year lambs inches higher tJiau the hoggets and correspondingly hoavy. . , The Managers, Mr. Faifbairn arid P. Loder, never witnessed anything like it in aU their GXDerienoe. Ofchnr pnnnllv FnvnradlA iu.^nMi-« ...... to hand. These lambs wore all drenched early and have no wotm. Mr, Grierson, of Brookong, says, 'I never snw ni-w%ep in suoli grand order. I am perfeolly conndeut that I can increase this station property one-third in value.' Report to Mr. H. Puttie, who will visit this place and explain the means used. All who desire to see him seud address to this paper at once.

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PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

? PROGRESS COMMITTEE. The usual fortnightly meeting of the ? Progress Committee was hold laBt night, the followiog members being ^present, viz., Messrs. Frazer, Elliott, Mattheson, Nichol - son, Armstrong, 'Brankin, 'Gunning and ? Evans. Mr. Gunning in the chair. ? The first business was the election of a ? Secretary. ~ Mr. EMiott 'proposed 'Mr. Armstrong, but thete being no seconder the motion lapsed. Mr, Armstrong then. proposed Mr. Mathe ; son .as Secretary,- seconded by Mr. 'Frazer. Mr. Nicholson, however, proposed as an amendment, Mr. iirarikin seconded,— -' That llr. Evans be Secretary.' Mr. Mattheson then intimated' his willing - ness to withdraw in favor of Mr. Evans. ''A somewhat heated 'discussion then took .place. Mr. Elliott opposed 'Mr. Evan's - election on the ground that he retained books ? and papers of a former committee, and they, '* had no guarantee that too offence would not be repeated. Mr Armstrong took a similar ?? objection. 'Mr. Gunning -slid he '-could only...

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LOCAL TIMETABLE UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

LOCAL TIME-TABLE Up— Haedeit to Blayney. 0 ? Mixed Mixed S _. .. Daily Daily Mixed g Stations. (Sun.y (Slm.y Suud.y § , excpd) excpd) Mis. a.m. p.m. a.m. — Harden ...Depart 6 23 9 16 6 20 1 Murrumburrali ... a a 6 40 3 Demondrille Jnnct'n 6 40 9 40 6 32 10 King'* Vale ... a a a „. v ( Arrive. 7 30 10 30 7 30 21 Young - 1 Depart. 745 10 35 7 45 , Burrrangong ..a a a 33 Monteagle ? a a a Bendick Worrell ... a a a Crbwther ? a a a 40 Koorawatha ... 9 'JO a.m. 9 20 „„ „ $ Arrive 10 0 12 35 10 0 W Cowra ? J Depart 6 60 12 60 5 60 71 Holmwood ? 6 6 ... 6 5 79 Woodstock ? 6 30 1 35 6 30 ? 83 Myalla ? o ... o 91 Garland ? a ... a 94 Lyndhuret ? 2 40 7 40 p.m. 97 Mandurama ... 7 50 2 48 7 50 101 Oarcoar ? 8 25 3 10 8 25 113 Blayney ... ? ... 9 15 4 0 9 15 Down— Blayhey to Harden. 'e ~ Mixed Mixed Sp . Daily Daily Mixed g Stations. (Sun,y lSun-ySund-y £ excpd) excpd) Mis. a.m. p.m. a.m. — Blayney ? 4 35 9 65 4 35 12 Careoar ? 6 25 10 35 6 25 10 Manduran-a ? 5 45 10 50 5 45 19 Lyndhurat ? 6 5 ...

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RAILWAY INFORMATION. FARES FROM CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

K A ILWAY I NFORM A TION. FAKES FROM CARCOAR. For the convenience of readers we subjoin a table indicating the fares charged from Careoar to local stations an! to some of the principal centres on other lines :— Fares ebom Carcoar. ? Stations. Single Return* Special Ex. ? 1st. 2nd. Its. 2nd. 1st. 2ndf Albury 50 9 34 0 76 0 51 0 07 645 3 Bathurst 8 06 312 07 910 67 0 Blayney 251738263322 Bourke G3 643 095 664 984 957 6 Burley Jky 3 8 2 6 5 6 3 8 4 10 3 3 Cowra 7348 10 9709603 Dubbo 23 615 0 35 3 23 3 31 320 9 Garland 2 11 43 22 02 10 1 10 Goulburn 40 927 061 340 954 336 3 Harden 20 013 630 020 3 26 918 0 Holmwood 834296G3865 0 Lithgow 17 911 9 28 017 9 23 615 9 Lyndhurat 151022161 11 14 MandVma 0 10 0 71 30 111 20 10 Orange 634396668059 Parramatta 32 1021 1149 633 2 45 330 0 Penrith 29 919 9 44 6 29 9 39 626 6 Sydney 34 322 661 331 045 630 3 Wellington 17 611 6 26 017 6 23 315 3 Woodstock 473 170486342 Young 16 010 9 24 316 3 21 614 6 ♦ Available for return as follows :— Under 15 arks...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

GENERA L NEWS. (From the Daily Papers). Women are to be admitted to the franchise for tho election uf members to the Irish Cuunty Councils. Tlio debate in the Houbc of Commons on tho introduction of Irish County Council Bill was very virulent, and the Government were con stantly jeered. Hanlan and O'Connor .ire to meet Teemer and Hosiner io sculliug matches in 'America next June. Sir Cliailes Dilko has challenged Mr. W. T. Stoad to contest any constituency for a seat in the House of Commons. Smallpox is spreading to nil alarming extent in Bombay. Twenty-five deaths have occurred withiu a week. The 4 per cent. Tasmauian Treasury bills to tho amount of L500,O00 have been fully sub scribed in London. A comptny is being formed in London to cultivate fruit in West Australia and to export it to England. At the conclusion of the iug-of-war contest at the Darliughuist Hall on Friday night a riot look place. Batons were used by the police and blood was spilt. Heavy rain fell at Broken Hill o...

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ENGLAND V. WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

ENGLAND V. WOLLONG01* X Lord Shi (Hold's team commenced e mituh against 21 of Wollongong. The- Eugl dinien have lost eight wickets for 144.

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LOCAL AND DISTRICT. COMING EVENTS. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

LOCAL AND DISTRIC !\ COMING EVENTS. CARCOAfi. MONDAY. 8 p.m. — Debating Club. TUESDAY. 10 a.m. — Small Debts Court. 3 p.ni. — Hospital Meeting. 1 p. in. — Show Meeting. 7.30 p.m. — Municipal Council. MISCELLANEOUS. SATURDAY (To-Day). Stle liy auction at Lyndhurst, 2 p.t PuMic meeting at Lyndliurst, 3 p.tn. WEDNESDAY. OpeDiug Mount Macquarie Butter Fa tory For further particulars see advertisements.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Legislative Assembly was engaged all Thursday night in the further consideration of the Entimites. The House sat till 8 o'clock on Friday morning. Mr. Toohey was removed by the Sergeant at Aims.

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THE LABOUR PARTY IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 27 February 1892

THE LABOUR PARTY IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Labour Piirty in South Australia huve selected fifteen candidates to co -tu8t tie forthcoming elections.

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