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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 19 February 1897

Death. STUBBS. — On 9th Feb., 1897, Richard Stubbs, jun., who was accidentally killed at Lyndhurst by a fall from a horse, aged 33 years. We miss thy kind and willing hand, Thy fond and earnest care ; Our home is dark without thee — We miss thee everywhere. See how, beneath the moonbeam's smile, Ton little billow heaves its breast. And foams and sparkles for awhile, And, murm'ring, then subsides to rest. Thus Has, the sport of Bliss and Care, Rises on Time's Eventful Sea, And, having swelled a moment there, Thus melts into Eternity.   Inserted by his Loving and Sor- rowing Parents, R. and S. Stubbs. Return Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. STUBBS Tender their HEARTFELT THANKS to their Many Kind Friends who assisted them in their recent sad bereavement.. Lyndhurst, Feb. 17th, 1897. BUSHRANGERS       NO. 7.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GRAND ALBUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

A GRAND ALBUM. Part 10] of that really excellent album, ' .Glimpses of Australia ', are to hand, and are quite up to their usual high standard. The contents are :— Strathalbyn ; Sledding Timber at Lebrina; Indoorapilly Bridge; South Head Batteries ; . Kanaka Laborers ; Melbourne Water Supply Pipes over the plenty River ; Equip ping a Prospecting Party at Cool gardie ; Clarenden ; Townsville ; St. Kilda Esplanade and Pier: Earlv Spring ; Group of Queensland Abori ginals ; Lake George and Mount King William ; An Emu-Egger's Camp ; Native Station, Maloga; Nellie's Grotto, Jenolan Caves. Parts 1 to 10 may be obtained from Messrs Gordon &.Goteh, Sydney. Price, post free,. 1/2 per part.. See advt.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOMETHING TO READ. THE MASTERPIECE LIBRARY. Australasian Edition. Edited by W. T. Stead. Good Paper. Good Type. Good and Cheap Reading. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

SOMETHING TO READ, THE MASTERPIECE LIBRARY. O— — — :o: ? o. Australasian Edition, Edited by W. T. Stead.. Good Paper. Goocl Type. Good and Cheap Beading.. Orders for the Whole of any of the Series or Parcels of Not Less th.m Four Numbers Eacb -will be Received at Tbis Oflice. Call At or Write To This Oflioe for Fuller Particukra. ft *-' '? Poetry. The Series of Fortj -Eight Numbers is Complete. 1 Lays tjf1 Ancient Boiije and Other Poems, by Macaulay 2 Marmion, Scott 3,Childe Haiold, cantos 1 and 2, &o, Byron 4 Selections from thepoetns of Lowell 5 Selections froni the poems of Burns 6 Ronifo and Juliet, Sh ilcspeare 7 EffHnge'ine, &o, Longfellow 8 Selections from the poems of Mrs E. B. Browning ?9 Selections from Thomas Campbell 10 Paradise Lnsr, Milton 11 S'ories from The Earthly Paradise, VV. Morris, 12 Childe Harold, part 2, Byron. 13 Whitiier, the Q baker Poet 14 Talcs from Ci^ucer, io Prose and Versa 15 Paradise Lost, part 2, Milton 16 Irish Melodies, Moore 17. ...

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MEDICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

MEDICAL. Dr. A. Wynter Hawthorne, MJD., Surgeon to the Carcoar District Hos pital, visits Mandurama every Tues day and Saturday, and Galley Swamp every Thursday, and may be consulted at those towns on the days named be tween the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. See notice in our Special Advertising Columns.

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Mandurama. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

Mandurama. From Our Correspondent February 22. Mr. John Monger is again removing into town, he intends building a resi dence on one of his allotments. ' ? Mr. Newlands, formerly of Canow india, also intends to build and has been carting bricks for the building. Advance Mandurama. Rather a dirty trick was played on Mr. T. Bennett the other evening. It seems tuai ne naa Deen to uarcoar and returned home late atjught, leav ing the cart as usual in the yard. Next morning judge his surprise when going to get things ready, preparatory to taking fruit into the country, he found the two front caps gone from the wheels which were placed hard up against the axle. It stands to reason that had they been lost in transit the night before that the wheels would not have Keen in that position :Mr- Banson has now an oyster saloon. It almost makes one think that he is back.in the city, and calling in at a soloon on the way home from thetheatre. As th'e song says ' They are all very fine and large.' Si...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Forest Beefs. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

Forest Heefs. From Our Corrkspondent. February 21. Mining interest seems to be moving a little in this locality. Evington's claim, I hear, has got into the hands of a company of men who intend to give it a good testing. Fresh hands have taken up the work at the shaft in Kelly's paddock opposite Mr. Hams' and formerly worked by Mc Cooey and party. The Ballarat Co. are still busy with the boring operations, so are well test ing the ground eastward of the old Extended workings. We may soon hope to hear of something good at the Forest. The dry weather has been very favorable for the threshing time, and the most of the work has already been completed, and so far with pretty satisfactory results. But while favor able for threshing the fine weather has very materially reduced the early potato crop, and premises to soon re duce the late crop to a failure. Grass and water is becoming scaree. Stubble ploughing is proceeding briskly where not too hard. The annual picnic and concert of the Unio...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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The Libel Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

Tks Libel Law: 'With .respect to the inefficiency of the present laws of libel and slander, the following remarks published in the Daily Telegraph some time ago will give an idea of the manner in which they are regarded by one of our ablest Judges. So many actions, merely for speculative purposes are brought forward, that it is high time something was done to amend them : Probably few persons will be found ready to deny that of all the laws which are in operation- in New South Wales, the law of libel and slander is one that is most behind the spirit of the times. In some of the other colonies, notably in Queensland, and Tasmania, there are laws of libel which recommend themselves to the approval of everyone who is desirous of giving as much liberty of speech and action as are consistent with upholding law and order, and with the protection of a person's character from untruthful and malicious aspersions. Many people imagine that laws of libel and slander concern nobody very much, ex...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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LICENSED SURVEYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

LICENSED SURVEYOR. Me L. Bidddlph, Licensed Sur veyor, is prepared to execute surveys under the Real Property and Mining (both surface and underground) Acts and all other classes of survey work. As a guarantee of efficiency, we may state that Mr Biddulph has been em ployed in responsible positions for 20 years by the various Governments of this colony. All communications should be addressed to Carcoar. See advt. The 'Evening! News,' SJoney, say. ia r card to tbe/a|)|Jk«'ion o#J ucalyptus in ii;Bu»iiza :— -f Wffhaie toMxecse caution to get an aifcclenw/i of i* astriiigont con stituents o/eise irMll nabvent thu excretion of the disoise-produfjjiV germs. A prepa ration knfcnW £iff!y & Son? Eucalypti Extract was found tqr be the only retinti'1 our, ami proved tiybe posnriMrti nf the highest ger-m-kiflinjaquaWieB. y \ I)*1. B. H. HartJp.'e*d£Ynrkf eayy: — ' It g.-e- without Esjftg tliiN SanderiB; Sons Eucalypti Kjrtracjfis ibe l-*t in t^miigj, It is Dn excelieujpocahjmjflicatidfi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

( Extract from Australian SUr, Sydney. Seytember 12lh, l&u) n NEWCASTLE A Miracle in these Days — Suffered Excruciating Pains for Months — Pains Vanish and a Complete Restora tion to Health and Strength. During the paafc few days a fruitful subject of conversation :uno;ig m:-.i:y citizens of Newcastle ^ \jt been tlie remarkable tsaa at HiKW. gamuts, a geutleuian /now* to insjw citizens, awl employed jfy rfe well*iowa fiiiu r,f street. We havrf thopglit tlia ccsa to be of EpifficientF itJcrest to warrant publication, Biffl aVrepvasontativo ww detainca to ol)tain*n interview. V?)nt he learned may Jw of profit to cur rea-dord. * M Mr. Samuels wing firrT^flyflftavniir tlio object of Man vWil, he uioe(r\liccr fully proeeedodpo*veR±n how tho iJfracu lous change ijfiiis rondvon v/uujmuclcl. A fow weelrmigo I waaunajjj^^ovjjjk without thofiid of tea*aus*pSsfflfflS(T being so hjLl I could n-rt wallc, but had to be takc^fin a cab to my business. My blood was* out of order, au:l suiTcr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

ANV /iSEROlyfouiid Trespassing #ith dJps orf G(J5ngirwflrrie after to-lay^ will he groeqcutjA. / g Any lo; fminQ in vie paddocks nrilljtbe destrnyltl without Jrogard to vnUd or ownership, ft M. \f GE»RGE W. PI^rrT. THE ^OffiWHfDRTTXD. VAI.EEf ONE TH-fajMrtSi-'OOI.DEN rnrrnjCireTrniii Prize in the 28th Annual XBiiMh iroMen. Art Unin' — E^STKR MOB UAYJ Tii*tR 1/- encli, from Storckeopjfrs, New mopilt, etCjthrniigh. out N.S.W., fr fron^ tJfiO|nJi«W offiwrs. London MiiBiofruhliBhmg uW.; i*eorge St., Sydney; — Profits for Publio Charities. LECTURE. Monday E^nin/lTtEb, Mdr. 1 'Tr*HBjK.BV.WAMEs/0AHSON w deliver TfflS ACADEMY OF M133IC, - GAX.COAR, \ In aid If the fu.ide of V TH CAb/0AB IHQSPITU. SI BJEc/t LAwilV NATURp:. The Rnttf J. Kolly fill preside, g SevemUBuli-ciionB will also be tendered by tho Ofchce'rft. -r To OoiflV^ence at 8 p.m. jf ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. A GRAND BALL Will be held in THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, man£ajrasvia, Friday Res. Xtooli 5, 1897, / in did of The Mdndupemi/fr' C.C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

Ftw businesses are ao good that they canuot he improved by good advei tUing It is as necessary to advertise to a customer 'as to a prospective customer. ; if you; Want money 1 Want h wife , Want a faira , ; W»nt a oleik . Want a partner , Want b husb»nd Want a situation Want a servant gir! Want to sell a piano Want to buy a horee Witnt lo pell a Ktrttion Want to buy or sell stock Want to bpII any property Want losell groceries or drappry Want to engage good (.-hearers Want to sell household furniture Want to buy vehicles and harness Want to fiud customers for anything ADVERTISE m the LOCAL PAPER. Advertising will bring you customers Advertising will keep old ciistumfrs Advertising liberally always pays Advertising ra-ik's RBCcess e.».sy Advertising hegots confidence Advertising displays ,i-uck Adveitising shown energy Advertising roeoys ' biz. ' Advertise at once Advertise then long Adver'iKp always Advertise well ADVERTISE' ALWAYS. Adveitise vre'l ! all lanes b.ve a' turning ; Noth...

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BUSHRANGERS NO. 8. The Clarkes. Continued from Last Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

BUSHRANGERS NO. 8. The Clarkes. Br . ' Old Ned ' in ? The Mddgee Gcarbiak '. Continued from Last Issue. Claeke had only a short start of fhem, and, noticing that Mb parsners were following at full speed, and, taking ofi his hat, he struck the old horse on the side of the head,, and made straight for a strong four-railed fence which enclosed the recreation reserve, and, clearing it Uke a deer, jumped out at 'the other side ; the police, unable to follow, werp com pelled to go round, and so were . ttirown hopelessly in the rear. Clarke was soon out of sight, and it can be easily imagined what a poor show the police Txad of catching -the ? escaped prisoner when motn'ad 'on a horse like old Boomerang — a horse Considered ? good enough to measure strides with ' such high-class cattle-as Stumpy, the latter over and over again fighting the ? battle for supremacy with such goods ?, as the black demon Tim Whiffler and Others of that Uk-r— and, as a ' pacer', lie must have been ' all steel ' ...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

LAW DELATING. TO NEWSPAPEES. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary aro considered wishing to continue their subscriptions. » 2.. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publishers may con tinue to send them until all arr&rs arc paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to wjilch t.hnvr n.™ directed tb.ev are bp.ld responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. If sub'cribere move to other places without informing the publishers, and tbe papers are sent to their former addreBS, they are responsible. 5. The Courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals fiom the office or remov ing or lnaving them uncalled for. is peima FAPIE evidenee of intentional fraud. C. Anv person who receives a nnwppaper and makes use of it, whether he lias ordered it or not, is held in the law to be a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in adrance, they are b .mid ?--...

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THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

THE CHURCHES. . Rrita.M; OATnoTJC. Ist Sunday. —Carcoa». 8.30 a.m. ; Blayney. U a.m.; Brown's Crefik. II a.m: 2nd SuupAY.— Biavney. 8.30 a.m.; .Carcoar, 11 a.m.; Vittoria, H a.m. iRD PtTNDAT. — Cariwar, 8.30 a.m.; Lynd Vrarsf, H ».«n.; Blayney, 11 a.m. 4th Sonhay, — Carooar, 11; a.m.; Blayney, 11 a.m. 5th StTKOA-Y. (when ocenrring). — Blnjm»r, 8.30 am.; Carcoar, 11 a.m.; Neville, 1! a. m. Ensttry Permon anfl Ben«3ich'nn ever? Kutxlay- evening, at 7.30, at Carcoar and Blayney. CmTBcn of .. Esot*KO FiRBr Sdniiat.— Careoar, 11 a,m, (H.C-) and 7.30 p.m. ; Shaw, 3 p.m. 'SeqOKD Sr/NDAT. — Carcoar, II s.m. : Lynd hurst, 3 p.m. ; Galley Swamp, 7,30 P™- ' TmnD Sukdav. — Oarcoar, 11 a.m. : Marangulla, 3 p.m. ; MaDdurama, 7,30 p.m. FocbTh Scnpat. — Carcour, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Lyndburst, 3 p.m. Fiwb Sc.vDAV(when recurring). — Curcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Mandurama, 3 p.m.(a.CJ Prbseytebiak. Cabcoab.— Morning and Kv«pin?, every Sabbath, excepting. the foarth in eseh month. GBOTBHNBON&am...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

?wmm w^ tt -? ? ? ? ? The snbsoiaptjpn to this Journal is 3s, por qunrier, Jtifictly..fcBy«We in ad yance, It is;,, one of,' i|.e Qheapest CouutryiUewspaiiera published in the isolony, «ridrcon«Bil«ently, lias already a vary .Urge piroulutipn, which is 'steadily in'crejwing; , i- All Kinds of Jflh Printing Q:nckly, ^Neatly and Cheaply Executed at Jbis Office. Kindly, fprward your ordero,. wheu we will guarantee to give erery SHtwfaction. ' JudioioiiB advortising )B tha k'-ystone to succeeu iii^any bueiucBs., I

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CARCOAR COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

CABGOAB. COURTS; Thn Small DebtB Court is held on the first Friday in the month. The Police Court and Warden's C -urt are held on the first Friday in the month. The T.icensing. Court if held quarterly.

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FENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

PENNY POSTAGE. The penny postage system is in force on letters posted between the following Post Offices j. »..„ Blayney, Brown's Greek, Bnmt hlrt\e, ^Newbridge, Norton, Shaw and

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Carcoar District Court. MONDAY, 22ND FEBRUARY. Before his Honor Mr. Acting-Judge Wade. SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

Careoar District Court. Monday, 22;;d Fkbrhaby. Before his Honor Mr. Acting-Judge Wade. Slander.' Mi's. Hoadley v. J. Stinson. Claim for £200 damages for slander. Mr. Dalton, instructed by Mr Isaacs, appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Bassett for the defendant. According to the statement of Mrs. Hoadley, Stinson had accused her of kissing Paddy Burke on the veranhah of her residence. Also, that at a concert at Osbome, Burke in stooping for his hat had caught her by the leg. She denied the trflth of the state ments. Defendant then said he could make her blush if she had any shame in her. The next day she instructed her solicitor to write Stinson demand ing a public apology ; as he did not answer the letter she had taken the present action. Misses Agnes and Frances Heffer nan, Messrs. G. S. Hoadley and Heffernan corroborabed this evidence. P. Burke denied that anything of the kind had taken place or that he had made any ench statement, ' W. Speers, salesman at Hoadleyjs store, stated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

fysx EVERYTHING You are likely to require ? Will \)e found at If yovj^rajit B A'l|G AINS, Pay . M.B. a Visit. o ? :??: ? o /?. .M./ BEMBRICK, STOREKEEPER, O A R C O.-A R. O ? 0 ? O LICENSED TO SELL POISONS The 1 BSSBf Co* IX. Sugar ? -jf- .... 2d. per Ib. -o-LltfL ? H»ff% lSL' ? ' ' »-???««*«« e B.BWBM WnJ^r jfaji^fnit iBH I fnr 1? lit, Htt - ? -5/8 /I ^_ 70* JW 8u3r and quAw-ehut T»i .... 18/6 1 lifrtfPI11 rf*««'*«n/«Jb.Trf ....... 2/. VilUW&l ^gi|sh Vft^fr-quartt/- - ? ? J^ -JMIIm,!)- English Sauce ' -- ? - 7 bottles, I/- 17 m&ti^' ffj'-^i Pemell's Snow-white Roller Flour - 100-lb., 9/8| U « fjW f|||M ? Tasmanlan Jams, per'doz. 2/6 1 2-tb. tinirper doz. 3/9 J | and 'JF_^0^1* American Kerosene, ISO test * ? per cue, 7/9/1 X^ffO nRnliPV Crown Soap- - ? - ? - 6 tars, lOWl \ VO* ^ f¥aVIE^J Rice, Tapioca, Sago, Split f«at - 10-lb., I/- I f But Candles - -.- - per)bH3H, Araott's Biscuits - - - perlb.,?d, Silad and Castor Olli - - 4 bottles, 1'td. Best Oatmeal ? ? large t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

? ?—' 51 = = Bicycles, Sulkies, Biiggiflf;, Saddlery, Harness. wlt:. im^ , ? snrinv Colontsl dulktafl mftde Jn Amovau Timber, with gtmmoob .silver DMn kbu hhq lAmpB, ' ? ?''^?I'TiEuw'llS'KS'.^i 5^l5iSfl^.h&ISMfftJrt3LD»«lnP I1.«im'tlo Tyre., price £11 ten awny (ram me ttjim rnenHone* here. The»h(-*miinUtiiil»*relliie8«rs5o4»y,';n««nni«k«iii..iioy outol u 1011 SSh towa iBSlK^-Donble Bnirgy et«, leu b fohlnp. £1 111*.: : ln»le liurey IU Iw-s.nom «k.»|nw.-li. All other Unilj of ►Kidlerr,H«tnsji,4o,ia«tock otalKiies en application Now ibe Addnsi jt cttt.t.tf.h, 135 ft 137 Busae^Btrcct, Sydney, Manufacturer and Importer. AUSTRALIAN BRANDY. f\ Jctehpia Brothers' tfecwlERANG BRAND. The Be&egEmenl Committee of the^Jsitigh House of Commons, After Careful Test and Cmnparisrmt'XHffeCiS&il Intbna Brothers' Australian Brandy for the Sumy of thtf Members of tha Imperial Parliament. faie British Wax flftgi*^^^ Have Ordered Supplieaf for the Ar#y Hospitals, and it ia Kow Lar...

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