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USEFUL. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. UP—[?]ARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

IJ-S E F U''L , ? local haUjWav 'nai;-T.iiiLE, ; Up — Barren t - RijiWET. Mixod Mixed Stations.- (Sunday (Sunday exoeptedy exempted) ? ' ' a.m. p.m. Bardeti —Depart 8 20 9 15 Murrumburrah & a. Deraondrille Junction 6 48 9 35 King's Vale a a v . K —Arrive 7 55 10 25 Young j — uepart 8 20 1030 Surrangoujg * a. ' a ilonteagle . a a , Bendick Morrell ' a ? a Crowther , a a Soorswatha 10 15 11 56 {-' —Arrive 11 5 ».m. Cowra I . p.m. 12 41 ? I — Dcpait 5 30 1285 ' Holmwood 5 32 17 Woodatock 611 143 Waugopla a a Garland. a a tyndhurst - 730 2 50 Mandurama 7 46 a L Carpoar . ' 8 15 3 20 Biaynoy; 9 0 4 5 Down— Bluhbv to Haedev. - - ? Mixed Mixed Daily Dfvily Stations, (Sunday (Sunday excepted) excepted) a.m. pm. Blayney —Depart 455 9 55 C«coaf P 5 45 10 36. MendBrama 6 8 10 50. Lyndhurst ' 6 28 11:0 Garland a a Waiisoola a a. WooJstrwk . 7 39 U 52 ? ' a.m. Hotawood 8 13 12 13 / — Arrive 8 25 12 23 Cem \ -Depart J« 1 12 45 &iorawatna. 4 « 1 38 Crowther ' . a a Beniiick Morrell...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Walli. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

?Walii, Fuom OtJft Correspondent*. February 23. A little nice -rain fell hero on Saturday which will grove beneficial to some of the corn crops ; there-., are others past redemption. Water is becoming very scarce and some of the residents are compelled to drive their stock to the road dam and some are drawing water for household purposes. Cxrass is disappearing . and stock are losing condition. The bridge over the -wash-away in Mr. Lungren's paddock on tho' Walli Woodstoek road is at last completed and renders the road passable — a pressing matter as wheat-carting is going on. ; A thresliiiig machine has at last arrived in this locality- and is busy running through the wheat. One of the men travelling with tho machine met wMi a rather nasty accident. It appears tlrat while in the act of putting on the break of the engine, his foot slipped, and one of the wheels of the engine passed over it crushing ninews and flesh awaV from the bone. He was removed to Cowra by Mr. S. Brown whoro th...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL ADDITIONAL TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

KOCAL ADDITIONAL TRAINS. A train leaves Onvra for Harden on Saturdays only at 9'30 a.m. in connection witb the 425 n.tn. train, Blayney to Oowra. , *A train leaves 'Blayney for Cowra on j Fridays only at 4-^.9 p.m. J departiiig from CarcoaTat4'525i.!n.' . A train leaves Cowra for Blayney on ? Fridays only at 11 45 a.m. in connection. with the 6-20 a.m. itain, Harden to Cowra, departing from Carcoar at 1 -59 p.m. A train leaves Harden for CovPTa on Saturdays only at 2 p.m. in connection with tfie* p.m. train, Cowra to Biayaey.

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

THE COMMON. ? The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. The following accounts were passed for payment :? — Carcoar Chronicle, ad vertising, 4/-; J. W. Fox, salary, etc., £1/3/4. TENDERS FOU SUCKERING. The following tenders for suckering 100 acres of ringbarked land were received : — C. A. Howarth, 6d. per acre ; J. Stammers, 7d. per acre ; E. Furner, 7jd. per acre ; S. Prosper, Is. per acre. On tho motion of Aid. Bassett, the tender of C. A. Howarth was accepted conditionally on his completing tho work of ringbarking, where necessary. Aid. Watson protested against C. Howarth's tender being accepted as he had not done the ringbarking in a satisfactory manner.

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

RAILWAY FAKES. The following are the railtroy feres from Carcoar. to the unaermentioned stations : Stations. Single. Return, a ' ~ 1st 1 2nd let I 2nd sdedsdtd Albnnu * 50 033 675 050 3. ?'' Bathurat. 8 0 5 312 0 79 Blarney 25153(25 g&kf - 63. 843 095 664 9 Covm 6 9 4 610 3 C 9 nSbbo ?'? 23 615 635 323 3 Garland .2114 32 2 0 : Oonlbum. 38 925 958 038 9 Harden 20 013 630 020 3 THtUrbod, 6-3 4 I «? 6 B- 8 ? ??.'gSK*' ? ??T,l1JS'rir« Srramatta, . 32-1021. II 49 5 S3- 2 S«iy ' ' 29 919 944 629 9 aSw; '???''??? .36 324 .354; 6»6 3 - W*lIuTEton. -17 3U 6 26 017 « - Woodstock- -4r 7 3 1 7 0 4 8 ' -WaSa 3 8 2 5 5 6 3 8 - y^mg,* --. ? ? IS 010 «a8 .915 V !.?? '. - VAvaUibie Vr^Wtniw follow ^Under , -IBMriiUijtonaaytpf is|oeooly;i 'f.811* n°i - ?\«ceedinR30tnaes,onB3reekj 31 una not ? MieBdinK'iOO'triDeBi lsrathin one month; ^erlOafniles, wlthin.^hree months, Tlaese ^aoJiCuiaWatWliBiei. ??-?*? ?'. , Holiday i:«qr«on 'Tickets, at *bant 10 nerMnt ? Wtaofion Jipoh return-tiokot retes, .:...

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

THE PARK. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARGOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

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

Carco&r Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the members of the above was held at the Council Chambers onTuesday evening. Present — Aldennen Clark (Mayor, in the chair), Bassett, Byrnes, Wat sou and the Council Clerk (Mr J. W. Fox). The minutes of the previous meet ings were read and confirmed. Tho following accounts were passed for payment : — R. Lee, repairing pump, 5/6 ; Carcoar Chronicle, ad vertising, 12/3 ; J. N. Corry, lamp lighting, £1/5/6 ; do., salary, £1/5/-; J. W. Fox, rent, salary, etc., £1/2/9 ; P. Flood, preparing plans and speci fications, etc., 15/-; S. Poole, co'pying specifications, 5/-. Total, £5/10/11. The following correspondence was read : — Letter frein the Government Statistician, re abstract. Letters from B. A. McKeig and M. Bembrick re putting refuse in the drain. In answer to Aid. Bassett, the Council Clerk stated that the rates in arrear, £41/6/- had been paid, leaving a balance of £35/12/8; Aid. Bassett then gave notice of motion ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

CAUCOAH POST OFFICE. Postal Hours :-Vrom 9 ^.m. to 5, V™ (Sundays isi-epttd). ?J-,,JB.,rai-li Ho:uv : -JVou. ??-???«'? to 8 i''Ul .- (Sumlftj-s rfceliloil); ? TbS M,,ney. Older au.l Savings Bank Ue i.arimpnl8 will he open daily (Saturdays i,*d Suuda^xcepJd) fur the trauBactgn of business from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and for the receipt of depoBits only from. 7 to 9. p.m. ' . *

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ALL-SORTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

ALL-SORTS !   SLANDER. * *   DAMAGES £50.   * * A HUNDRED would be nearer. * * C.C.C. again victorious. How did Blayney go down !   THE burning question is : — Was it the knee or the ankle.   * * Mr. BASSETT: — Did you tell —   Paddy Burke :— No I didn't. * * WERE quite sure he is an upright, honest, and honorable man. Didn't he distinctly tell her so himself ! * * KNEE or ankle dosen't signify   much, but whichever it was, it certain- ly was not the way in which people usually shake hands.' * * THE No. 1 Lamb ; at least that's something very like it. * * THE original 'All-Sorts' has tem-     porarily betaken himself into obscurity Our cricketers may now breathe freely   for a time. * * SOMEONE has stated that S——n     hurt himself again during the match last Saturday. There is no truth whatever in the report. * * IT'S a pity we ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 26 February 1897

Death. McNAMARA.— On February 20th, at Narromine (Gate 301) WILLIAM EDWARD, the dear little son of W. and E. McNamara, aged 6 years.   In Memoriam.   IN Loving Remembrance of my Dear   Husband RICHARD STUBBS, who was was killed at Lyndhurst on 19th February, 1897. / Dear Hnsbadd jpu were true and kim * 'W-... Lant rrrMta nwiA 1 y-.fl- mo KjPD VwVlltir ^f Yon have »ne and left rliis world of :oe \ To en] -y Eternal bliss I know. ! i\ It is j-ist. afortnight ago to-day .*— Since yotfdear Richard were called aw y ; i It was hid f'r me from yon to part ; j . ' The sor*w still lingers strong 'round hy * feart. | Diy b/clay I mis? you mnre dear Rich rd, j And Aly the Lord my though -s can ell; .', But f hope in Heaven again to meet yon -. Forjter more with jou to dwell. * Ana when I gain tint heavenly shorf % MiJ angels there Jp dwell, / \ I nil fiin? sweet jfyruns with you fjrrevcr ' \ \%e're the Ble^sfd Virg:n f 'reveyawelU. rfway from sorww a*id f...

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Galley Swamp. March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

©alley Swamp. From Our Correspondent. March 3. The weather, though threatening for rain, is still, dry ; were it not for two or three private wells which are on the field, and- which the public have free use of, there would;certainly be a water famine as far as water for domestic use is concerned. ? It is quite a forgone conclusion that the winter here will be the -most severe, as far as feed for live stock is concerned, that has been experienced for many years. Work at the mine is progressing favorably; a great amount of surface ?srork is being done. The company's surveyor is at present engaged survey ing the intended tram lines from the various centres to the. battery1 site. A variety entertainment was held in Digby Bros. Hall on Monday night, in. which our brothers from the sister colony took a very, proment part, ably assisted by some of our' local talent ; it passed off somewhat like the present weather. The proceeds went towards helping a, brother in need. ? Our teacher is now...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agriculture, &c., in Marangulla. March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

Agriculture, Sec, in Mara&gnlla. ? March 3. Manangulla may be justly said to be one of the best localities for grow ing all kinds of farm produce in the Bathurst district. Thp soil is loamy, and oi great fertility, and bears pro fusely ; the staple products, ? such as wheat, oats, ,rye, and corn ; potatoes, pumpkins, melons, etc.-, thrive splen didly, and linseed, sorglium and millet . have been grown wifh the most gratifying results. Fniit.is also .pro duced in great abundance. Mr. T. Death has all kinds, of fruit trees. growing with the exception of orange and lejnon. Strippipg-,^8 vigorously tarried on' for several weeks and, threshing is now eonelilided, ' and the yields oji the different 'farms have been very satisfactory.-. , The; several gentlemen named have;' very courte ously handed me the 'following par iicuiaVs, which I tope wilt prove in teresting to many of the. readers of the Chronicle : — ?- ? - Name. * bgs. wbwit. bgs. -oats. Acres Mf . H; Leabeater 700 150 1...

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LICENSED SURVEYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

LICENSED SURVEYOR. Mb. L. Biddulph, ' Licensed Sur veyor, is prepared to execute surveys i under the Real Proper^ and Mining (both surface and undra£round) Actf and all other classes of 'survey worj. As a guarantee of efficiency, we mm state that Mr Biddulph has been em ployed in responsible positions f ors ft) years by the various Governments ifJ this colony. All communications should be addressed to Careoar. See ] A musical education for a crown send along your cash. That well-known high-class dentist, Mr Bealby-Smith, may he consulted here on Thursday, 8th April. A single meeting of creditors in the bankruptcy* estate of T. P. Jones, Galley Swarnjj will be held at the Court House/©* Tuesday, 16th inst. NkxJ vu&to Adney w» strongly recom mend tie feajerlot toilffsajRn* the Cyelo rama oj JeHHalefi. ^jjfcm. la tf e beeUfmo to attend, as tbefe has rlcentUQydraadcd a number of moSbeatfc&il visions of angels, and aerial and mechanical effects. The 28th Annual Druids Gol...

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PLEASEREMEMBERTHIS! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

PLEASEREMEMBERTHIS ! Thos. J. Bennett, Fruiterer, Vege atble and Produce Dealer, Barber, Auctioneer, &c.§ Opaosite the City Bank, ManduraJU. m. Well- Appointed Barbaring Saleon.J An .Easy Shave and Neat Hairfiiit.l The/3ounjjpet and Cheapest Fruits. /VisiJypaid to Car eoar and other pjpees jat Mgalar in tervals. All Oriers trofcptfy Exe cuted. Pleasel Remcmwr TJjis^ — Opposite City Bank, Mandurama. *

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BE CAREFUL WITH THAT LAMP! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

BK CA.BEFUL WITH THAT LAMP ! I sincerely hope that Mrs Kilmer has abandoned the cuRtom of keepinfr an oil lamp burning in her room of nights. She does not Bay what the necessity was, but 1 taust it no longer exists. If possible to avoid it, no light should burn in a room wherein people are sleeping.. The reasons ought to be plain enough, yet we all need lessons in common caution. This lady had hep, and was foitu nate in coming out of thojfffair as well as she did. f\ Writing about iljlfi safe : ' It was in the 3ummerjil88(inRlongIlier the death of my honanfL ITiad beef UBod to keeping an oil Tamil bumine in nap ro.im fur conveni ence duria| thlerfet. rue night I acciden tally oSH&rnld |he lamp, and a blazn kindled in an instant. I'erriiieil half out of jny witeJ sprang' fi^m led. seized the burn ing artlcjesifn 1 %** dAvustairs with them just in^rtme to prevfct further disaster. Happily for me I escassd with slight burns, bill not from consequences of anfljjjfjr kind. 'The f...

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MEDICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

MEDICAL. ? Db. A. Wynteb Hawthorne, M.D., (Surgeon to the-Carcoar pistrict Has, pital, visits Maqdurama every Tues day and Saturday, and Galley Swamp every Thursday, and may be consulted at those towns on the days named be tween theJiours of 2 and 5 p.m. See notice iri^opr Special Advertising Cqlumns, '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

Carcoar Hospital. To the Editor op ' The Caecoae Chrokkjle,' Sir, — Some short time ago I saw the balance sheet of the Careoar Hospital appearing in your paper, and have been waiting to see a detailed list of subscribers. As one of the subscribers I would like to know if any such list will bo published this year ; perhaps you,. Mr, Editor, can inform me. Thanking you in anticipa tion, I am, etc. A. SUBSCRIBER. [The Hospital Committee for the current year has only recently been elected and sufficient time to prepare a list of donations has hardly elapsed. The list will, 'no doubt, be published in due course. — Ed. C-C,J jg^pW -— -^fllonarch of all ^ya^ffln the \J£dJf round V^gjPf H» DSStTjpll reign ||A| DHEMIATISM fill OBAV3fesf\v Pi i f™Li-*i\ t TH lilt / * ij* ^ * -- ^^^?fc- wmx on rcoeift or r.o.o. COLEMANE & SONS' WOULD- FAMED EUCALYPTE T^T^' ?CAlllKUl ? New South Wales J. S AMMERS, Auctlo en Es Commission Apeat . )i RCOAR. SALES C Nl ICTU) U\i PART OF HEIISTRIQlK REN1 - ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL. LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

, U--S.&.;F:flLt, LOCAL R'AILWAY TIM&.TA BLE. UP— HABDEiH TJ BfcAVNBr. ? ??'???- - - - Mixed Mixed _. .. Daily' Daily Stations. {Sunday (Sunday exoepted) excepted) . ffarden —Depart ?' 6 20 9 15 Murrumburrah ' , a' a Demondrille Junction 6 48 9 85 King's Vale . a a » ? i -Arrive -7 5.5 10 25 young j depart 620 10 30 Burrangoug » a ilonteagle a . a Bendick Morrell a a prowther ' a a Koor^watha 10 15 11 56 '' ( — Arrive 115 u.m. Cowra -? ' P.™. 1241 { —Depart 5 20 12 55 Holmwood ; 5 32 17 Woodstock 611 143 Waagoola ' a a Garland a a- Lyndh'urst 7 30 2 50 . 'Mandnrama 7 46' a' Carooar ' 8 15 3 20 Bliyney, 90 4 5 tr—rr. ? : ? '— ; : Doww— Biayhet to Harden. ?' — ' Mixed Mixed _. ,. Daily Duly BtatmnB, (Sunday (Sonday excepted) excepted) a.m. p.m. Blayney —Depart 455 9 55 Carcoar 5 45 10 36 Manrturauia 6 8 ' 10 50 iyndhirrst 6 28 ilfi. Garland ' a a Wanponla a a Woodstock 7 39 II 52 ' . a.tn. Holmwoad 8 93 12 13 f — Ai-rivc 8 25 1223 Cowra I p.m- f —Depart 3 45 12 45 Koor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

^f^R. Jj^HES McEACHIRN deoires F I ^return his Most Siiaiete 1 hmks . to 0 e ftesidents of Carcoar foffthcir many kindufssea and expressions of s/nipithy tluriii* the illness of his lay wife. He Bjjecinly wishes to thapkf those who qgsismd in hec removal ttom his residence lo.thofcospUaland a^.sp th/fmoi»b#rs of -the Haspiftl staff for tho/iinreuvitting care BU,d a'teHia&shii^rf'to her by them while lu the liiispitaTr^

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