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BOXING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

BOXING DAY. A cricket match will^be played on the local pitch on Saturday between Carcoar. and Moorilda., operations commencing at 11*30 a.m. sharp. The local team will be chosen from the following — Messrs Biddulph, Fagan,' Poole, Whitney, Healey, Brady, E. Hawthorne, Higgs, Moore, Davies, Gennys, Shaughpessy, Derwin, Brown and Louche, We are in receipt of a ciroular- and eubsoription-list from the Committee of the Stockton Colliery Disaster Re-, lief Fund, and shall be glad to receive and acknowledge subscriptions on be* half of the sufferers. The Municipal List for the Muni cipality of OarooadMi^J^MM spection frra^^^^^^^^^^^^^H We m^^^^^^^^^^fl in conne^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H raina -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H was oonj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H CloBkey/^^^^^^^^J^^^^H which oroj^^^^^^^^|^^^^^| they beiflj^^^^^^B^^^^H ANfONE^^^^^^^^^^^^^I trespassing^^^^^^^^^^^^H Estate will b^^^^^^^^^^^H Notice the al^Mli^^^^^^J tieement of Messrs W. ^!^||^B Co., music warehousemen, of,'oyari|y, Newcastle and Brisbane,...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

FIXTURES. The following is a list of the matches to be played by the Carcoar Cricket Club : '. ? . Jan. 2nd — At Carcoar, v. Lyndhurst. Jan. 23rd — At Carcoar, ' V. Mandu raioa. Jan. 26th — At Lyndhurst, v. Lynd

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PLEASEREMEMBERTHIS! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

PLEASEREMEMBERTHIS ! Tuos. J. BEi^ETT^'ruiterer, Vege table and Pr/duce/ Dealer, Barber, Auctioneer, Ac, JDpposite the City Bank, MakwhamC A WejLAffSointed Bai-baring^Sal*-rjT»l'JEr Easy Shave and Neat Hahfcut. j$he SjSttidest and Cheapest Frjpts. ^isij/palrV to Car coar and otlfer places a^^gular in tervals. JD1 Orders Promptly Exe cuted. Please Remember This: — Opposite City Bank, Mandurama. *

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALL-SORTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

ALL-SORTS! We wish oil our readers (but, of course, more esjitwiixly those who pay for the privilege of doing so), all Aus tralia and the whole world ' A Merry Christmas', 'A Happy Christmas', lA Jolly Christmas', 'A Bright Christmas \ 'A Ding-Dong Christ mas '. Those are our sentiments. * * The Carol Singers to-night in aid of the District Hospital. And don't forget to give your mite ! ' A Lot for- a Little ! ' This saying aptly applies to our present issue-. The. Annual Boxing Day Race Meeting at Mandurama on Saturday,. Do not forget to send in ' Christmas Cheer * to. the patients' — we learn there? are some — at the District Hospital.. Of your gladness lend a gleam. Unto souk that shiver -y Show them how Dark Sorrow's Stream; Blends with Hope's Bright River* ' J.A.B-' writes : — Will you; allow me to set at rest the dispute re Gar land (?) P.S. boys, thus :— There is. no public school in the Carcoar Dis trict named ' Garland ' known to the Department of Public: Instruction ; if n...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

CROWN LAND SALE. A successful Crown land sate was held at the local Land Office yester ^^day. Twenty-five lots were put up, ^^all of which were sold at tb* upset ?*prices to the following jjurchasei-s : — GWB White 2, G Stammers 2, H N White 1, J Chine 2, W Hooley 3, T A Kelly 4, H A Eothery 1, J W Smith 2, M J Curley 1 and J T Daris 4— all atLyndhurst; H T May 1, Neville! Gr Marmioa 1, Mulgunnia ; and G W Rowlands 1, Somers. Oarcoar District jjosnsstsbl LOOK OTXT! XMAS Bwp ^(TO-NIGBOT) I FOB THR * A^Hl H) OF THE ABOVE INSTITUTION. ~7Sotice; AWONK fomi/ SHOOTING or ' othe/wise TBESPJSSING on the COOMBItfG ''P jjiii^V' wiU be PROSECBTEDjJ^traut respect of 4signed)-A. W. WHITNEY. Municipality of Carcoar. MUNICIPAL LIST. TCTOTICE irf her/jy gi\en that the J-N Munx nal Lift of the above Muni cipality will bf Open to Inspection from the 7th till iHe 14* day of JANUARY, S897. Any person who shall c'aini to have his o hoyname inserted therein phiill, on or tiefojB 'he H'h Jay of Janu ary, ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

Local Land Board. A meeting of the above was held at Tnena ou 14th inst., at which the following- cases were dealt with : For Preliminary Investigation — R J Howard, 300a, c 1 96.7, to await surrey ordered Inquiry under Sec. 36, Act 1884— Sparke (W.E. & P.T. Co., Ltd.), 40a, 89.42, certificate to issue, and 60a 89. 192, do; M McDonald, 50a, 89.149, do ; B.S. and A. Bank, 50a, 90.35, do ; J Shepherd, 40a, 90.48, do ; Bank of Australasia, 40a, 90.60, condition not fulfilled, favorable recommendation made ; F Druett, 70a, 90.68, certificate to issue ; B Tranter, 100a, 90.94, do ; T Hogan, 40a, 90.95, do ; J J Lynam, 200a, 91.4, do, 3O7|a, 91.25, do, and 100a, 94.19, do ; PMaguire, 40a, 91. 50, do ; E Hudson, 100a, 91.62, do ; A D Howard, 80a, 92.6, do — all c ps. For Consideration — R Tranter. 800a, a 1 96.49, lease allotted of 949a, rent £4/11/11. On 15th inst. the following oases were dealt with : Inquiry under Sec. 36, Act 1884— M Hammond, 120a, 89.93, certificate of conform...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWSPAPERS AND PACKETS FOR QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

NEWSPAPERS and PACKETS foe QUEENSLAND. The following notice has been is sued by Hon. J. Cook (Postmaster General) : — In consequence of the de cision of the Queensland Government to surcharge all newspapers received in the mails from the other Australa Bian colonies, that are not prepaid at the rate of £d per 2oz or fraction thereof, it is hereby notified for public information that, on and after 1st prox., newspapers posted in this colony for transmission to Queensland must be prepaid at the rate of £d per 2oz, otherwise they will be liable to a charge of doable the - amount of the deficient postage on delivery. From the same date bnlk parcels of news papers will not be transmissible to Queensland nnlesB eaoh newspaper contained in the parcel be prepaid at the abovementioned rate; and no newspapers or periodical publications, in whatever colony they may be printed and published, will be allowed to paBS through the PoBt Office of Queensland if they contain any ad vertisements contra...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

€W$tBtas TiU I Is with, us again, and with it all the seasonable lines to remind us of the festive season. JUST^STEP IN AND HAVE A LOOK AT OOU Fresh, New Groceries and Seasonable Xmas Fruits. Xnias Cakes (Arnott's) in great numbers. Confectionery of all sorts, both fancy and plain. We have a splendid lot of Toys and Fancy Goods to choose from. Mothers, do not forget jtouf\cliild£en,biit gl^iden their hearts tfy^mna^fnem a nice toy, to remind tyem i/f tTweseasiui. NE WA ^° & - from head t«/ fo-ftN«JuJwkessary at this season of the year, at a reason able figure, no matter whether you are a man, woman or child. During this week, up to Xmas Eve, our Shop will be Kept Open Every Night until fairly late. AND so as to avoid crushing and disap pointment at the last moment M. BEMBRICK, STOREKEEPER, C A R C O A R. Thff ? HIP , I Co.'» l,« Sugar ? ? ? 2d. per Ib. — LIVE. J V « / « ? U*.*g.,8/6 / J 70-lrfl.C. Sugar ind quartir-diMt T» ... - 18/6 T flVfXfdr ft 8-lbRiigw and Mb. T« - ? ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

BlevolM, Sulklra, Bngalat/ Saddlsry^ Harness. AtouiSS UVDUU wiriMMMSKS lUrafolSRISbiSKtVlKl hM««pirt*ott bait op. Ill* wort H BnawutknodMddla.nloSILUU'Xortt. Be Jmbrfih* aMWkluow jron c»*o» n- bMttr coodi onl«M n»i«T»lMm«« nanr iS Sum. ladlM' Bvlaioi. *3Sf «nfl SidTt* ib«p« lor ooftort, prtoeJjSfc ; W«n- lOU, SVlDOTWlroram. thM iMBiioBrfhu^ Th.^^i*K«3S|iJK™oIloo5liTOnmS«inon.joatoIU--«i ^tow&^»B«»»^iSSivS3w«i».SMS^P««. *™EiMMj.Wi/B{i«M,«tom«I.»pw»ia«. au dUmt Undl ol Ssddltfy. Bvoa«#fte«laBtoak. Ottalojr^ on appUwuOB Hot* thf Addrau— B. tttt-t-tT1p. XSB ft 137 B«m«e m*»*\ BtQ*T- mau&otuier ua imporUt. Bryan± & 'May's /^V^X/VESTAS PATE^TpA^ff^ATOHES Have Obtained tie Htrifest /wards at EvjeRjAAfranonTaiui Have Tbej are tie Best and Slest in all C..-riatea tox the Home, the IiuaU «nd the # Mine. They arf Honest in Quality and Quantity. Intelligent Consume^ Accent No Other, and See that the Name of ' Ery^ut & M»y ?* Is On iSvery Bnx- BRYANT &TMAY...

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USEFUL. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

:;1J S.E F F L , ftQUAfc RAILWAY TJM&Td ^LE. 0s— Habden t.) 'Blavnot. Milted Mixed StetipBB. (Sunday {Sunday excepted) eioepted) a.m. p.m. Harden —Depart ego**1 9 15 Murrnmbntfan » , a Demoudrille Junction 6 48 9 85 * King's Vale a .a Sound 1 -Arrive 7 §5 JO 25 Ttoung j _uepart 820 loso Jinrrangoug. ? a a Monteafjle a a Bendick Morrell a a Orowther a a - Koomwatha 1015 )1 56 d— Arrive 11 g n.m. p.m. 12 41 —Depart 5 20 12 65 532 17 Woo^Btock C Jl 1 43 Waugoola a a Garland a a Lyndhnrst 7 30 2 60 Handurama 7 46 a Carcoar 8 16 3 SO BUyney ? 90 45

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Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

Ourselves. . With this issue we are presenting to each of our subscribers a Christmas present, in the shape of an illustrated 4-page supplement, containing suit able tales, poetry, Ac. The get-up of this supplement has been somewhat expensive, but, as our advertisers' and subscribers' lists have lately under gone a change for the better, we do not begrudge the outlay. For this week, at all events, our patrons will, indeed, be- obtaining ? A Lot for a Little '. We take this oppoitunity of wish ing all our readeis ' The Compliments of the Season ', but more especially to those who, by advertising, subscrib ing, ordering job printing, sending and bringing us information of public interest and in many other ways, have assisted us in making this journal a sound and permanent venture. Our ensuing issue will be published on Thursday evening next, 31st inst., to which fact the attention of intend ing advertisers and our correspondents is kindly directed.

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CAROL SINGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

CAROL SINGING. To-night (Xmas Eve) a party of carol singers will make a tour of the town, when contributions towards the District Hospital will .'be solicited. We trust a good sum will be the re sult of this endeavor to raise funds for so worthy an institution.

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CARCOAR v. MANDURAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

CARGO AR v. MANDURAMA. The ' oricket match between the above Clubs, played on the latter's. ground on 19th inst., resulted in a narrow win for Carcoar by four runs, the *atch being decided on the J.pWnningR, The scores were — Car- coar, 62 runs ; Mandurama, 58. For the winners Brady totted up 15 in good style, Biddulph coming next with 9, Kind 7 and the rest nowhere ; Brady was the most successful with the ball, followed by Derwin and Healey. For the vanquished How lands was in fine form, carrying out his bat for 22 ; Cox put together 15, but the other players did not cause the bowlers or field to perspire very much j Daafels bowled splendidly, and Mullally and Rowlands also did good service with the ball. In their 2nd innings Carcoav lost two wickets its: 49 runs — Brady 7, Shauglmessy 11, Cbnran (not out) 4,, Fagan (not out) 26 and bye 1.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. PALING'S CHRISTMAS ANNUAL, No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

Miscellaneous. PALING'S CHRISTMAS AN NUAL, No. 14. A copy of the above popular An nual has reached us, which contains several new and original compositions — songs and pianoforte solos — not- _1.1_ ( Ull ? TTTTij ? 1- ~C XT ? /'I*.-*..* * - iescriptive waltz song, sung by Miss Rae Cowan j ' Forget-Me-Not ' (J. R. Groring Thomas), successfully rendered by Miss Colley j ? Carolina Carry *? original ebon song, which the clever little singer, Ivy Scott, has already made popular ; ' Butterfly Dance ', by Miss Sylvia Blackston, whose compo sitions, ' Eruba ' and ' Silveratream ' waltzes, are played everywhere ; and ' The Nicest People ', a comic wheeze, by J. R. Goring Thomas. The prin cipal item in the book is certainly ' I Was Dreaming *, a vocal duet, an en tirely new arrangement, by the well known composer, Mr A. W, Juncker- which will be welcomed everywhere as a oharming duet. The old favo rites, ' Ever of Thee ' (Foley Hall)— which appears in a 1/- book for the first time*'-' Good-B...

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SALE OF RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

SALE op RIGHTS. Ok 19th inst., at Mr W. Wheeler's. Tattersall'8 Hotel, Lyndhurst, Messrs, Cobb & McCloskey sold by public auction the rights to the gates,. &c.,, in connection with the New Year's Annual Race Meeting of the Lynd hurst Jockey Club, the sale being a very successful and satisfactory one, some of the lots causing spirited bid ding. The rights to the gates brought £15, publican's booth £5, refreshment stall £1/11/-, fruit stall £1/6/-, cool drinks' booth 11/6, race cards 2/6 and settling £1/1/ — a total of £24/12/-. [We are indebted to Mr J. Lithgpw Cobb for the above information.]

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READ THIS! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

READ THIS ! Give MjJ. CASSIDY a Trial for HAIR-COTr and SHAVE. Next Door to ttkhchiol of Arts, Carcoar, where Cwiijlinr/s wH^Teee/re Atten tion and Oflrildy.--Myj. (SfcSSf DY'S Business as C&RPENTER will Not be Neglected, and a Trial will Suffi ciently Prove his Workmanship. *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOWN—BLAYNEY TO HARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

Down— Biaynet to Harden; Mixed Mixed _. ,. Daily Ddi'v Stations, (Sund*y (Sl,n(£y excepted) excepted) . o.m, p.m. Blarney —Depart 4 55 9 55 Carcoar - 5 45 10 36 Mandurama 6 8 10 50 Lyndhurat 6 2S U.O Garland a a Wangooln a a Woodstock 7 39 11 S3 a.m. Holmwood 8 13 12 13 i— Arrive 8 25 12 23 p.m. —Depart 3 45 12 45 ^ Koorawatha 4 40 1 38 a-Orpwther a a |iJBenrtickMoriell a a Monleagle a a Burrangong n a v«nnn J —Arrive 6 26 310 Yonng } —Depart 6 56 3 30 King'e-Vale a a DeinondriUe Junction fi 10 4 40 Mnrrumbnrrah a a Harden' 8 25 4 55 % Picke up and sets down when required. Passengers wishing to alight must give nolii-« to the 'Guard at the previous slopping station. The above trains call at W.tterrale (late Swan Ponds) and Wattamadaria when required, ? * The Carcoar 8/15 p.m. train catches the down train for Sydney, and the 320 a.m. train the up train for Bourke, changing at ? BUyney,

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Harvesting at Marangulla December 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

Harvesting at Ma rangulla By M. L. T. O'S. December 22. The weatfier for the past few days has been very warm — in fact, it is just true harvesting weather, and our farmers are all rejoicing, €or this sea son has been a most' bountiful one as i-egards crops, fruits, &c, and, no doubt, they will spend a ♦ Happy Christmas ' this year, which is now bo close at hand: [We trust so, at all events. — Pbc] Mr G. Hoad commences stripping at Rose Farm to-day. Mr G. Carrol's Massey-Harris reaper and binder is making a cease less whirr on a 23-aore crop of Mr T. Hines', Rockdale. This machine was |at work yester day on a 12-acre crop of Mr W. Death's (potato oats), Last week the same machine was at -M)rk on a 24.acre crop of Mr J. Kwens', Cathoart, Yesterday I went nut to see the MasBey-Harris machine at work on Mr W. Death's crop. [But what would Mra Grundy say ?] This ma chine is of the improved stylo, the crop being out down evenly, the sheaves round, all of the same size, neatly tie...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LOCAL ADDITIONAL TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

LOCAL ADDITIONAL TRAINS. A tram leaves Costs for Harden on Saturdays only at 9 '30 a.m. in connection with the 4 25 a.m. train, Rlaynev to Cowra. A train leaves Blayney for Cowra on Fridays only at 4''9 p,m.,| departing from Oarcoar at 4'52 p.m. A train leaves Oowra for Blayney on fridaye only at 1145 a.m. in connection with the 6*20 a.m. I tain, Harden to Cowra, departing from Carcoar at I '59 p.m. . A train leaves Harden for Cowra on Saturdays only at 2 p.m. in connection with the 6 p.m. train, Cowra to Blayney.,

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Marangulla. December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 24 February 1896

Mara&gHila. From Our Correspondent. December 2. Last week an accident that could have terminated with serious conse quences occurred here. It appears that the Misses Death were driving home from Garland, when the horse took fright at some sheep and bolted, the result being that the shafts of the vehicle were broken, but, luckily, the occupants escaped unhurt. I have received lately from a yonng lady in Blayney a sample of yellow silk, spun this year by her silkworms, of which she has 4000. She informs me that she has four ounces this year, and expects to obtain £1/1/- an ovnee for it. Sericulture is both a pleasant and profitable pastime, and could be easily carried on by those who have mulberry trees. / [We wish you and yours ' A Very Happy Xmas and A Real Merry New Year '. You have proved yourself a Newspaper Correspondent of no mean order. — Proprietors.]

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