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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

I - Government Advsrtiiemeate-. rpHE followiut; List of Persons Nominated tor Election as Representatives of New J- South Wales in the Convention is published for general information, in accord ance with Section 8 of the Australasian Federation Enabling Act of 1895 :— Name. Abiiott, The Hon. Sir Joseph Pulmer Abbott, William Edward Armstrong, Andrew Ashton. James Barton, Edmund Bander), Thomas Black, George Bridge, John Brunker, The Hon. James Nixon Carruthers, The Hod. Joseph Hector Oopeland, Henry Crick, William Patrick Oullen, William Portus Dawson, Hmry Don el, William. Spring thorpo « Eagar, Arthur Geoffrey Ferguson, Wil'iam John Flowers, Fred Foran, Harry Griffith, Arthur Hill Grim ey, Fiut.k Haynes, Juhti Heydon, L -uis Fr.uicis Holinan, William Ar.hur Hughes, William Morris Lyne, William John M'Gowen, James Sinclair Taylor M'MiHan, William Martin, James Millen, Edward Davis Miller, Gwtave Thomas Carlislo Moran, His Eminence Patrick Francis Norton, John O'Connor, Daniel O'Con...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

BE CABEPDL WITH THAT LAMP J I s.Nl'Er?lx hope thai Mrs Kilmer has. abandoned the cuntom of keeping an oil lamu burning in her room, of nigntB. gbe does not say what the necessity was, buL 1 trust it no longer exists. If possible to avoid - it, no. light should burn in a room wherein, people are sleeping. The reasonB ought to be plajn enough, yet we all need lesBune in common caution. This lady bad hers, and was foitu nate in coming out of tho affair as well as 9be did. Writing abiut il she Bays : ' It wae in the summer of 1886, nol loug after tbe death of my LvBband. I had been used to keeping - an oil lamp burning in my rojm fur conveni ence duritg the nigbt. Vne night I acciden tally overturned the lamp, and a blaze kindled in an instant. Terrified half out of iny wits I sprang from bed. seized the burn ing articles an^ ran dowuB airs with them just in time, to prevent further disaster. Happily for me I escaped with slight burns, but not from consequences of anottcr kind. ' Tbe fl...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

J.ndioi'paa fldVer,tining »»,tl-e k' ystone to.supoeM in any; businjiSB..

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

ThesAb8criptiop-(O this JWiihI jb; 3s. per qniirier, Strictly payable in ad vance. \ » one. of. the- Gheapeet Country N,ewBpapprg p«bl»hed iti tte. cokny, »nd, cPOB^uently, baa «'«ar3y a very lwrge circulation, wmpn ib. steadily ioqrrasing. ' ill Kinds of Jpb Printing Qm&K Ne»Uy and Ohf-aply Bfcecu.ted »t This. Office. Binaiy forward yWt. ordern, when we m)\ gnw»i«e^ to «|ve- «wry Bfttv^faction.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

A Woman's Message. Conveying Words of Hope to the Afflicted. BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH. BUT NOW CURED. - CopieS from The Toicu and Country Journal, Sydney, September 26th, 18S6.) Truth, it is stud, is sometimes stranger than fiction, and in no way has this phrase been better exemplified than in the -plain unvarnished statements given our reporter by Mrs. E. Morey, a lady who resides at 125 JoneB-Btreet, Ultimo, of this city. The story she related wo will give in her own words. She said : ' I had not been well .for several weeks, snffering terribly from severe pains in my right side, in fact, the pains at times were so severe I could neither sleep or rest on my right side, and drawing my breath was accompanied by a sharp pain in thcr side and back. My liver was in a very bad condition, food I could take but very little of, because of the distress it caused after eating. I tried many treat ments and medicines, but all failed, and my condition was so bad I fully mode up my mind death was ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

SOMETHING TO REAP, THE MASTeRPIEQE LIBRARY. Auatralaaian Edition. Edited by W. T. Stead, ^ood Papr-r. Good Type. Good and Cheap Reading. Odprsfpr tiie Whole of any of the Series pr Parcels of Not Lbbb th,:»n Fout Numbers* Each will be Received at This Office. ^% Call At or Write To This Office for Fuller Particulars. Poetry, Tbe Seiies of Fortj-Bigbt Numbers is.Oompleta 1 LayR of A'ncient Rome and Other Poems, by I|Iacaulay ? , 2 Marminn,, Scott 3 Ohilde H$old, cantos 1 and 2, &a, 4 SelectorjB.fiotn the poems of Lowell 5 Selejtiov^f-om the poems of Burns 6 Romeo and Juliet, Sh-fc-speare 7 Errangeiine, &c, Longfellow 8 Selections from the poems ot Mrs E. B. Browning 9 Selecions from Thomas Carop'-ell 10 Paradise L'ist, Mil ton 11 Siories from The Earthly Paradise, W. Morris 12 Childe TTarold, part 2, Byron 13 Whit'ier, the t^baker Po«t 14 Tales from C i.v.cier, in Prose and Verse 15 Paradise Lost, part 2, Milton 10 Iiish Melodies, Moore 17 Selections from th,e poems o...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

Local Land Board, A meeting of the above will be held here on 5th inst., when'the following cases will be considered : Annual Leases. For Investigation— T Green, 3691a, 96.68 ; A Kinghome, 450a, 96.69. Conditional Purchases. Inquiry under Sec 36, Act 1884 — St G- F Rothery, 252a, 89.188 ; C Wall, 40a, 91.37 ; W Williams, 320a, 91.68 ; A J Clements, 100a, 90.11. Inquiry under Sec. 20, Act 1884, as to Fulfilment of Residence Conditions —A J Clements, 100a, 90.11.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Carcoar Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

Carcoar Eaces. The above took place on the Stoke Course on Wednesday, and were highly successful, large fields and ex cellent finishes being the order of the day. Although the day was a very sultry one, there were a large ^um ber of spectators present. Hereunder are particulai's of the rnnning : Opening Handicap of Ssovs. Second horse to receive lsov. from the prize. Distance, Six Furlongs. F. W. Wipple's b g W.D., aged,7.10 1 E. Lawler's bl m Mirage, 6yrs, 8.2 2 T. Neville's br g Warwick, aged,8.0 3 Other starters — H. Smith's ch g Little Burleigl), aged, 9.5 ; S. Clarke's br g IshmacI, 4yrs, 9.2 ; R. L. Mackie's br g Umbrage, aged, 8.5 ; W. A. Stephens' ch g Woodpecker, aged, 7.12 ; A. McLean's ch h Tri ohord, 4yrs, 7.12; and R. Barnes' b h Waroo, 5yrs, 7.6 This was a pretty race, resulting in a. fOnaA finish. Novel Sellikg Race of 7sovs. Win ner to be sold for lsov. ; any surplus to go to the funds of the Club. Weight-for-age. Post entrance, 10/-. Distance, One Mile. J Crook's Re...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

.1 4% if ISYVIKTUES there Is none.. £0$ ilia ^° dispute, - F-t^iiSS From the l^ind all round; VjSjllpj NO DISEASE will reign; jgrraijr over me. iMjillfk RH'pUKATisM %£$|||§ k GRAVEL -AND KIONEY . H^ofsK COMPLAINTS i/jlHi i C0LDS ' * FEVERS f|P, fi| a INFLUENZA. ^I|^^H| J^^ *OBT«D TO ANY PABT OF TH*- COLEMANE °& SONS? EUGALYPfiPr^r1'1 CVTDAOT BrawllnnearCootsmundra.. oLAInrwl* NewSouth.Wa1.es

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

D*-. S. P. Preston, Lyncbbnrg, Vs.. writes, — 'I hive been very mil h pleasjd with Sadder & Rons Eucalypti Kxtract in the lirtst stage -if plttbibis, using it as an inbala-'. ipu f'om a brouchiiie-cetUo. I, n»ver weal -ny preparation than Siuders', as. I have found ihe i.thtrs to be almou' useless.' Dr. A. 8. itobertF, La Cyene, Kansas, wiite.6:— 'I use. Saudi r & Sour E-jcalvpt'.' Extract in disorders of the respiratory tract, riiphtheiit, dysentery. ct«. It is a favourite ? drug with me, aud Sander & Sons prepara tion is the desiratum long wish'..* for, tbe other different prepatat'oAS at the drug being anything but satisfactory.' — Insist getting Sander & Sons Ennalypli Extract, or else you will be supplied with worthless oils. Sis blocks of special leases for agriculture and grazing and grazing purnoses only, suburbs of Barry, -will be offered at public auction here on :fuesd,B,j\ 2nd M-U'oh next. See advt.. Tenders for tile erection of a timber '...

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MEDICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

MEDICAL. Dit. A. WyNTEit Hawthorne, WD., Surgeon to the Carcoar District Hos pital, .visits Mandurama eveiy- Tues day and Saturday, and Galley Swamp every Thursday, and may be consulted at those towns on the days named be tween the horn's of 2 and 5 p.m. See notice ip, our Special Advertising Columns. In -the match to. bo played against Blayney to-morrow, Our Boys will be chosen from the following — Biddulph, Derwin, Fagan, Elder, Brady, Healy, MncDormott, Connolly, Rowlands, Whitney, Shaughnessy, Watson and Moore.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

PLEASER-EMEMBERTHIS ! ,Thos. J. Bennett, Fruiterer, Vege table and Produce Dealer, Barber, Auctioneer, &c., Opposite the City Bank, Masdueama. A Well -Appointed Barbaring Saloon. An Easy Shave and Neat Haircut. . The Soundest and Cheapest Fruits. Visits paid to Car coar and other places at regular in tervals. h All Orders Promptly Exe cuted. Please Remember ' This : — Opposite City Bank, Mandurania. *

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CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

ijAUOOAB MAILS. AtUUVAU.. ' »mraF4»anev. Blayney, Mandurama,. Lyndr ? ?' lutardayf, at 8 p,m, ?-? IJjtPaBWfBKS,

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CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

CAHC0AB POST OFFICE. -4. .j Postal Hours :— From 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. j (Sunday* excepted). Telegraph Hours: -Vrom9B.ro. to 8 p.m. (SuudayBexpepled), The Money Older and Saving* gt&P* the Wpt qf aeposits only from 7 to 9 p.m. *

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PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

PENNY POSTAGE. The penny postage system is in force on Letters' poeted .between the following Tost Offices : lUrro BUvoer, Brown's Creek, Bnmt Y*r£ cX! Oarcoar, Egantfln^ Forest Wb'gXv Swamp, Gavlaad. (NtW ^nHobby'BTwds, King's Plains, Lynd: *^^t' Mandurama, Milltnorpe, Moonlda, h'$ta, iwEUp. Norton.'shaw and

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CARCOAR COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

CABCOAQ CQUBTS. ? The Small Debts Court is held on the first Friday in the month. The Police Conrt and Warden's C 'urt are held on the 6tst Friday in the month. The Ucensing Conit is- held quarterly.

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPEBS. 1, Subsuribers who do not aive express notice to the contrary are considereiwishing to oontinn« their sub|eriptions. ? ^ 2. If subscribers ardertfae discontinuance of Hipir neriodicals tltSWrnblisbers . may con tinue to send them iffafTH^ll ^arrears j-re paid. 3. If EttbBcribers neglect WiriB^sefe take their periodicals fr--m the office to 'whinh thev are directed they are. held wrponsible until they have settled their bills and ordered them to be discontinued. y. * 4. If suVcribers mow to* otheT -places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their foimer address, they are responsiole. ' .' 5. The Courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals fiom the office or remov ing nr leaving' t»ero uncalUd for is PUMA facie evidenee of intentional frand. 6. Anr person who receives a newspaper, and makes us* of it. whether ho'hae order-d it or not, is held in tlic law to be a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they are brand ...

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THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

THE CHUBOKES. ?ROHM-' fi*raoM«. . 1st PirimiT.— -3arcna-.. 8.30 a.m. ; Blayney, 11 a.m.; Brown's Creek, U a.m; 2nd Sdjjdat.— Blavney. 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar, 11 a.m.; Vittoria, 11 n.m. !^d PpNDAy.-^Oiimoar, 830 a.ro.; Lynd ' 'hurs1-. Ha.m.; Blayney, 11a.m. r 4th SmrtiAY.— Carcoa,r, 11 a.m.; Blayney, Ua.m. 5th SrfVDAT (when ocenrrinfr). — Blnynev, 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar, 11 a-m.; Neville, ila.m. . * Rnsary Permm »n-1 Benediction even* Sunday evening, at 7.30, at Carcoar and Blayney. Chuech of Englikd FlRSr StTNnAT. — Carcoar, 11 a.m, (B.C.) and 7.30 p.rr. ; Sha-v, 3 p.m. Sbocnd FcnPat. — Carcoar, 11 a.m. ?. Lynd liurst, 3 p.m. ; fialley Swamp, 7.30 p.«n. Third Sitki-»t. — Ca'coar, 11 a.m. : ' fittrangolla, 3 p.m. ^Manduiuma, 7.30 p.m. Foubth Sundat. — Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 5 Lyndhurst, 3 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when recurring) — Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Maudurama, 3 p.m.(H.G.) PRESBTTBRIAN. Carcoar.— Morning and Eveniwr, every Sabbath, excepting the fourth in each month GbcbbMBOV...

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Lyndhurst. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

Lyndhurst. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. February 18. A public meeting, convened by the Lyndhurst Progress Committee, was held in the Temperance Hall on Tues- day evening, for the purpose of en- rolling members of the Association and electing a Committee for the en- suing year, the term of the old Com- mittee having expired. Thirreen members subscribed to the Associa- tion, the subscription being 1/-, and a Committee of nine were elected, viz — Messrs Miles, Stammers, Woodward, T. Leabeater, Emms, Guest, McClos key, C Burke and Hay. Mr McClos- key, who occupied the chair for the past year, was unanimously re-elected to that position, Mr Miles to the Vice- Chair, Mr Guest as Sec. and Mr. Stammers as Treas. The Association has been in existence a year, and the Committee are to be congratulated for the valuable services rendered to this locality during the past 12 months. There is quite a water famine here. The creek is almost dry and water for stock is getting very scarce. Luckily, there ar...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

OBITUARY. We regret to have to record the death, at the early age of 38 years, of Mrs Jane McEachern, which occurred from peritonitis at the District Hos-   pital on Monday, to which institution she had been removed only the day previous. Deceased was a respected resident of the town for about 18 months, and had been ailing for three weeks, Dr. Hawthorne being in con- stant attendance upon her. A hus- band and eight children are left to mourn the loss of a wife and mother, for whom much sympathy is felt. On Monday night the casket containing the remains was conveyed in a hearse followed by a large number of mourners, to the Railway Station, where an appropriate hymn was sung, after which the coffin was placed in a carriage, for conveyance to Albury, where the deceased lady's relatives reside.

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