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BUSHRANGERS No. 9. The Clarkes. Continued from Last Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

BUSHRANGERS ? T ? NO. 9. The Olarkes. By 'Old Ned.'. in 'The Mudqee Gdardun '.. Continued from La^t Issue.. They also visited Mr; Jfohn Mallon's place at Mericumbene, ?where the well-kpown race' horseBi Fireball and Deception, ?^qre i ill tr,ain for seme of the. local rac^Si The horses were taken out of their boxes with out disturbing the household in anj way. When they were recovered by the police some tw,elv,e;rn.onth9 afterwards, away ' hi the? ;^M-untains, they were utterly useless for raojng pur poses, 8ft badly were they brok en down,. Fireball, a stallion,, -was Almost blind, and after a J^^becanie^ totally, so,. It wa^spon after- this that Jim I)6rij|en, alias Bift foott, alias ~ m&Mons Tailon a wan well Itn^rxUn, that part of the cp^||i^ was found dead in the busn. ^lose to Clarke's hom6 ?' The body wrag found lying on its back, witlt a large limb across: the. chest,, to make- it appear &s. if il had; faUen on him. But on closer- examina tion, medical: testi...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

OALL S EVERYTHING You emp likely to of Require Will/be found at If you 'want BARGAINS, Pay M.B. a Visit. M. BEMBRIGK, S T O R E K *E E P E E, C A R 6* O A R. 0 ? O ? O ^ LICENSED TO SELL POISONS * Grocer Co.'i i.Of Sugar/ ? 2d. per Ib, ' '/ 'J ' - ' ?' ' -?? N»fcf,B/B New filion't Ka, par Ib., 6H.|jaMPraik ? - ? W JB^f .C. Siftu- and quubpriHRttT -I- ? -18/6 ^-lb.|ugar/rd1Jb.T«r - ? ? -/ ? ? - V English Vljftir-quarb^. - ? ? X- ? 7MBnJ English Sauce ? 7!b«es,l/. Pemell's Snow-white Roller flour ? lOOfb., 9/6 1 50-lb., S/-I 25-lb., 2/7 f Tatmanlan Jams, perdoz. 2/6| 2-!b. tint, ft in. 3/9 Importe Salt ..... 1 28-lb,, 9d. American Kerosene, ISO lot ? . - l»r cue, 7/9 Crown Soap .???-?? bare, lOid. and Save Money Rlce,'taploca, Sago, Split Peai ? iff-lb., 1/ Arnott's BUcuJts^ ? - - per Ib., 2d, Best Oatmeal -* v- ?- large bags, 8Jd. «ach But Candles .... per Ib,, 3!d. Stlad and Caitpr Oils -4 bottles, lid. Co.'s Syrup *-. - 2Mb, tins, 4M. each . JOSEPH ROBERTS 122 Oxford St., Sydney an...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

({From.ITie MaiHana. Mercury.)) A Rer^arkabk Experience. Thought to be at Death's-. ' Door— Doctors Baffled; and; Medicines of a Continent: failed.. The town of GraftpnL contains o^ man, with a remarkable -experience, one who, had given up all hope of ever regain^g; health and strength. ^foiends were/of' the opinion - his ^end : na. drawing juh, . and it would oiny bafa matter oj*gffew weeks' time wlioL he /aust siicjulmR .but,, ffite had decidsd oiherwisj^WjS'YV'm.. Hall, the genclenwg*^j^«A|uestionl like, a, drow^ing^RBfljg^liBpedjiit ajTs.traw^ but the straw ij« this , ra^i - proved ths uieuus of hjlife u^jjnjjjwtved. ftiswife,_ while reading ouerathe city papers,, had her attention drawn M a' cbso where doctors and medicines #ad failed., but a popular- remedy had Ai-iumphijd.-' Shfl saw a, ray of hope for Jfor husband, and insiptod on him 'trvintf the .rom^dy;' — *^ Tim lusult is- new. hey husUjfiKTisair eujojiug tho grcn&Bt bjjssing tf man-, kiui^.-vis., henlth and sahi...

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Animals Protection Society of N.S.W. Incorporated. PATRON—HIS EXCELLENCY LOAD HAMPDEN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

Animals Protection Societ7 of N.BJW Incorporated, PATRON-yHIg EXCELLENCY LORD HAMPDEN: TO THE EDITOR. The late Sir Alfred Stephen and the late John Fairfax, Esq., with other prominent personages of the colony, many of whom have passed away, were amongst the earliest members of the Animals Protection Society of N.S.W., and when we see the honored names of such men associated with any organisation those names alone are sufficient guarantee of its sterling sworth, and,- as a res-, pectful tribute to the memory of those, benevolent gentlemen, I may say that, during their life-time, their, ideas and sentiments often governed the actions of many, aot only in. the exciting and absorbing questions of social and political life, but ? also in the long neglected, work of humanity, regarding the recognition of the rights of our dumb and defenceless animals. When the Animals Protection Society was established in 1873; at a meeting convened by the late Romdolf ? Want, Esq., Sir Alfred Stephen acc...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

Bicycles, Sulkies, Bu iglai/Safldlery, Harness. lffi™nSriY\SS(SlwW»ttiSSrn^iSm» KKffimMifiir. with tWdmuTMIw DMhHjU yirUmw. v ta*tihBBSSfSswiaiaBWfiaa ^™ss&Sihn.,»»u-u.«**;si.iis Iw^uvttralMltunuUimttn Th« .boT6-meiSoii«l ue Usw ol imidi rou «n mike m,.n.y out or II ! oi !^uiiiw«£!HS!u,Kii-!i ^K«w-i-iWj--«-»u'»- I S. SBWOtttt. 135 ft 137 Bnuu BtiMt, Qrdny. Manufacturer end Import*!. ?Bryant & May's - Q^- X VESTAS, PAflWr 5 AEFfTVlApBHES Have Obtained the Highe ; Awards at Even- Ssfflbition, and Have ''' * ' ' ' G-aiiu I T^ifflK Prize MEfrns. They are tbe Best trod Safest in alljjjjm xtes foTthe Home, the Bash and the ilW are Holiest in Quality and Quantity. Intelligent Consumer* Accept No Other, aud See that the Name of V Bryant -ft May ''Is On Kvery Box. BBYANT &~MAY. Limited, FAIEFIELD WORKS, Bow, Xondon, E. J M^BBIOAL. *Ih)r A. Wm~ HAWTHORNE. I M. Kj M^h.3C.MjK. and Q., C.P.I., ' **' : IJEoloN, »W. Hospital, fiBjt : Mjmdnrama. lb Tuesdays »nd Satardwsg^vet...

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LOCAL ADDITIONAL TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

LOCAL ADDITIONAL THAlNS. ^ A train leaves Cowra for Harden on Saturdays only at 9 30. a.m. in connection with the 4°25 a.m. train, Blaynev to Cowra.' A train leaves Blayney for Cowra on Fridays only at 4-T9 p. m.,| 'departing from Carcoar at 4'52 p.m. ' ? A train leaves Cowra for Blayney on Fridays only at 11'45 a.m. in connection with the 6*20 ajn, (rain, Harden to Cowra, departing from Carcoar at 159 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.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

SOMETHING TO READ, THE MASTERPIECE LIBRARY, . Australasian Edition, Edited by W. T. Stead. ' (Jood Paper. Good Type. GtOod «nd Cheap Beading. Orders for the Whole of any of the Series or Parcels of Not Less thun Four Numbers Eacb will be Received at Tliis Office. Call At or Write To This Office for Fuller Particulars, Poetry. The Series of Fortj-Eight Numbers is Complete. 1 Lays of Ancient Rome and Other Poems, by Macaulay 2 Marmion, Scott 3 Ohilde Haiold, cantos 1 aud 2, (to, Byron I Selections fiom the poems of Lowell 5 Selections from the poems of Burns 6 Romeo and Juliet, Slukpspeare 7 EvangeUne, &c, Longfellow 8 Selections from the poems of Mrs E. B. Browning 9: Selections from Thomas Campbell 10 Paradise Lost, Milton 11 Stories from The Earthly Paradise, \V. Morris 12 Childe Harold, part 2, Byron 13 Whittier, the Qbaker Poet . 14 Tales from Choicer, in Prose and Verse 15 Paradise Lost, part 2^ Milton 16 Irish Melodies, Moore 17 Selections from the poems of W. C, Bryant...

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

? : — ' ? .' The BV(b8criptioa to . tbis JournBl, is 3h. per quBr,leiy strictly payable In ad ivance. I-t is one, of the OheapeBt Country Newspapera published in the colony, an^, conBeqpentljr, lias alHady a very large- circulation, which is steadily incrpasing. j. All ?inds of JTpb Printing QaicW'y, iNeatly, and Cheaply Exeqnted at This. Offipe. « kindly iprward your ordero, when we will guarantee to give eviary satiBfaction. JTudioious advertising is this kt-ystone to iijccese in any business. i '?

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THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

THE CHURCHES. Roman Oatholtc. 1st Sunday.— Carcoa*. 8.30 a.m.; Blayney, 11 a.m.; Brown's Creek, 11 a.m; 2nd Sunday. — Blarney. 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar, 11 a.ro.; Vittpria, 11 a.m. 3no Suxday. — Carenar, 8SO a.m. ; Lynd. ' hnret. 11 a.m.; Blayney, 11 a.m. 4th Sunday. — Careoar, II a.m.; Blayney, 11a.m. 5th Sunday, (when occurring).— Blayney, 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar, 11 a.m.; Neville, II a.m. Rosary Serman and Benediction every Sunday evening, at 7.30, at Carcoar and Blayney. : Cet/bch of kkglsbu FiESr Sunday.— Carcoar, 11 a.m, (H.C.) and 7.30 p.m. ; Shaw, 3 p.m. Seocnd Sunday.— Carcoar, 11 n.m : Lynd hiirst, 3p.ni, ;.Oalley Swainp, 7.30 p.m. 'Third Sunday. — Carcoar, 11 a.m, : Marangnlla, 3 p.m. ; Mandurama, 7.30, p.m. Fourth. Sunday. — .Carcoar, 11- a.m, and 7.30 p.m. ; Lyndhurst, 3 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when recurring). — Carcoar. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Mandurama, 3 p.m. (H.C.) Presbyterian. Carooab.— Morning and Kvenine, every Sabbath, excepting the fourth in each month. GbubbbKbono. — First ...

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

MaTLdurama. From Our Correspondent March 3. The cricket season is drawing to a close and I think that many of the members of the team are by no means sorry. They have had such a run of bad luck this season that it is small ?wonder they are disgusted with the whole ga,me. The Club intend holding a dance on Friday night and I trust their efforts will be as successful 'as formerly. LyndhurstandM&ndurama played a match on Saturday bxst, which game resulted in a, win for Lyndhurst. .-. ; .. . Polling day draws near, and the majority do not seem the leapt bit interested. It .matters but little to them whether it is or is not Federa tion. There troubles as. long as they exist some way or other. They fail to see that the amelioration of their country will benefit them also. Ttn deed tjiey do not think on the subject at all. At any rate it is to be .hoped that those who do vote will make the most of their power to return worthy representatives, and have ' their country's good at hear...

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

RAILWAY FAKES. The following are the railway fares from Carcoar to the undermentioned stations : Stations. Single, Beturn, a ? jet }'2ncr let. 1 2nd s d fl d s -3 B d Albnry. 50 033 675 050, 3 Batburst 8 0 5 8 12 0 7- 9 BUyney ' ' 2 6 1 1 3 f 2, 5 Bonrke 63 643 095 «64 9 Cowra 6 J 4 C10 3 6 9 Pubbo 23 615 6 35 323 3 Oarlattfl U i t 4 3 2 2 0 Goulbnm 38 9 25 9,58 038 9 Harden ' 20 013 6 30 020 3 Holmwood 634296 '6 3 Lithgow 17 311 6 — — . J,yndhtirst 1 fi 1 0 2 » 1 6 Jlandurama 1 10 9 1 8 12 Orange ' 6 3 4 3 9 6 6 0 Parramatta 32 1021 II 49 6SS 2 Ptnrith ' 29 919 944 6 29 9 Sydney ' 36 324 354 6 36 3 Wellington 17 311 6i26 0 17 6 Woodstock 4 7 3 1 7 0 4 8 Wangoola 3 8 2 6j 5 6 3 8 Young 16 S10 623 9 15 9 a Available lor return as follows : — UndeT IB miles, on day ofiejme only ; -1G' and not exceeding SO miles, one week ; 31 and not , ' ? exceeding 100 miles, within one month ; ^/^^?^lMr™thintlircemonth8,\1T3ii^ ? are obtainable at any time. ? Holiday Excursion Tickets, at about 10 :...

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The Junction. March 3, 1897. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

Tto Junctio|t. March 3, 1897; The weather for the last few days has teen very hot and windy, and in. $ome cases the river ii completely, dry.. The diamond drill will .arrive here this w.pek,. and ' will probably be at work next week. Mr. Stahl (manager) informs me that sqspensiion of- work in six gold mibing leases was^ granted for six months. Machinery, etc., will be erected in tbe meantime. The Federation fever is. etill ? raging (yes we are to have a pojling booth here), but the crisis is close at hand. But when are the women to have a vote ? It was only yesterday that I hoard a rnaii jsay.'; 'If a woman did have'a vote she'd vote for the worst man.' Yes, it was a married man that made that remark.

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CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

: ? --*- . .'?-.. . -? .. Ac^H(X-AB. If AIp9. ABBtyALS. JProm Syaney, Wayney., Mandurama, Lynd huret, Wopflstoolt, Garlnna Cowra. and T P.O.r^DftUy tSnriffftyd. excepted), at 8 . iV-^..? ??i.,',^'F -'??:?. v- ?? * From Blajaiey, Norton, Barry, obaw. ana ? ^evJlle^PaeBdays, ^-hnrsdays and' jSatnr- ????-?? flmm Orange, Cadia and 7Jarnt|, ¥ards— ^ '. '' BatardiySja^Sp;!^, excepM},-t7,'25)p.«n, For Cowra, tKoodetocls, lypdhursli, Man ' flnriw^dGarlana-Pajiy.tS^pda^ cx: «»pted),^.«,S0^.-r ? ?or Bla-vney, Morton, Barry. Shaw and Kevme-Wes4Vy«. T»'irf3ays»nd, Hatar.. days, »t 12 noon, ? ' Orange, Cadia w^j Bnmt ' Yarfe— . ^ouda7»,i»t7;30p.^. ?*?'?.''-.,'?** ? ' : .J^i- '?'??? ' . :?

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

Local Land Board. The following cases will be con sidered at Tiunkey on March 16th : — 'Inquiry under Section 36, Act 1894, with a- view to issue of certificates of' conformity : T. H. Martin, 3f0a. c.p. 91-70 ; . D: Gale, 200a., 91-71 ' M. Ryan, 200a., c.p. 93r20 ; T. Hudson, 5Ga., c,p. 96-7. For Confirmation. — T. Hudson* 150a., c.l. 96-3 ; J. H. Bourke, 2.00a., c.l. 96-5.. Annual' leases for consideration. — J. J. McPhee, 640a., 96-66; J, Ryan, 640a. 97-5 ; T: Ryan, 1920a., 97-6. ; J. Fulton, 640a., 97-14. Ringbarking — For consideratibn.-rr W. McKensie, 850a. 96-4. The following cases will be con sidered at Tuena. on 17th and 18th March.. First Day. (17th March).' For confirmation — A. McDonnell, ICOa., c.p. 95-20; and 480a., c.l. 95-15; H. T. Painter, 620a, c.p. 95-22, ajid 180a., c.l. 95-17 ;, C Clements, 250a., c.p. 95-25, and 750a, 95-20; E. J. Campbell, 50a., c.p. 96*1, and 100a., c.l. 96-1; W. Hogan 48a., cp. 96-8; J. Hogan,. 40a., c.p. 96-9, and 120a., c.l. 96*4; W. Cleme...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

CAllCOAH POST 'OFFICE, Postal Hours :-From 9 a,in. to 0 p.m. 1 ' (Suadays exoepted). Telegraph Hours (-From 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Sundays excepted). . The Money Order and. Savings Bank _De ihe receipt of deposits only from 7 to 9 p.m. ' '.

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

Lecture. On Monday evening a reading in aid of the local Hospital was given in the Academy of Music by the Rev. J. Carson. The Rev. Father Kelly pre sided. and, in introducing the lecturer, referred- to the very promising finan cial state of the hospital. The subject of the discourse was Law in Nature,' and the rev. gentle men treated it in a very able and systematic manner, not even the most minute detail being overlooked. At the conclusion a vote of thanks, pro posed by the Rev. Arch. Greer, waB unanimously accorded. . During the evening, several1 selec' tions -were rendered by the orchestra, which wore -appreciated by the audience, as were also songs by Hiss Francis and Mr. MoDermott.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

PENNY POSTAGE. The penny postage system is in force on letters posted between the following Post Offices ; Barrv, Blayney, Brown's Creek, Burnt YatdTbadia, Carcoar Eganton Forest ReBfs Galley Swamp, GarlaM, Greghnms tam ^Hobby'6 Yards; Kinfs PUins, Lynd KJ ManLrama, MiUthorpe Moorilda, 'yilie, Newbridge, Nprton, Shaw and sp'ingHi^______

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Federal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

Federal Election. Eor the Federal Eleotion, 98 re corded their votes at Carcoar. The following are the leading 10 : Barton 76, McMilleu 61, hyne 60, R, B. O'Connor 58. G. H. Reid 57, Moran 45, Carruthers 43, Brunker 42, Walker 42, Copeland 39.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

QABCOAB COUBTS. The Small Debts Gonrt is held on the first Friday in the month. The Police Court and Warden's Curt are held on the Brat Friday in the month. The licensing Court is held quarterly.

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 March 1897

LAW JBELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Saifcribors who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publishers may con tinue to send them nntil all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which tbev ara directed they are bald Responsible nnUl they have settled their bills and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publishers, and ihe papers are sent to their former address, they are responsible. 5. The Courts have decided that refuaflg to 1 .ike periodicals from the office or remov ing or leaving them uncalled for is FRIMA Facie evidence of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who. receives a newspaper an! makes use of it, whether he'bas ordered it or nnt, is held in the law to be a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they are bound to give notice to t...

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