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Garland. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

Garland. Writing on 14th inst., onr Corres pondent at the. above place says : — Another very successful hare-drive took place at Mr J, Fagan's, near Mandurama, on' Saturday last. There were 23 shooters and 26 drivers in attendance, when the large tally of 346 hares and other noxious animals were destroyed. The day boing beautitul and hue, a very enjoyable day was spent. A splendid dinner was provided by Mr Fagan on the green, to which ample justice was done, and in the evening Mr W. J. Leaboater proposed three cheers for the promoter, which were given very heartily. Appended are the names of the shooters and their scores : T. Flood, 27 ; W. J. Leabeater and W. Death, 24 each ; W. Young, 20 ; Jos. Aikens, A. Kirkman and W. Danzel, 17 each ; E. D. Leabeater, J. Mugglo-. ton and H. Leabeater, 1C each ; W. Cobb, 15; A. Goodfellow, 14; G. Leabeater, Jno. Aiken.' J. Harrison and W. Healey, 13 each ; S. Healy aud J. Danzel, 12 each ; E. Bloomfield and W. Clarke, 11 each'; W. Henry, 10 ; G....

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 — 17 September 1897

LOCAL ADDITIONAL TRAINS. A train leaves Cowra for Harden on Sa'nrdnyR only at 930 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., deparliug from Carcoar at 4 52 p.m. A (rain leaves Oowra for Blayney on Fridays only at 11 45 a.m. in connection with the 6-20 a.m. tiain, Harden to Cowra, departing from Carcoar at 1 59 p.m. A train leaves Harden for Cowra on Saturdays only at 2 q.m. in connection' with Iht 6 p.m train, Cowra to Blayney, ???

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Carcoar Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

Carcoar Coursing1 Club. . The third Meeting of the above Club took place on 9th innt., and proved a most successful and enjoyable one. ilr Wilcox proved an excellent Judge, the Slipper (Mr Pratt, from Welling ton) was not too slow, and all the other officials performed their duties honestly and admirably. Towards the close of the September Stakes a dog in charge of W. Richards broke away, and joined in a course, for which Richards fa member of the Club) was hauled up before the Stewards and fined ' a quid ' ; as the affair was purely accidental, and the first of its kind that has happened here, we trust the Club will remit the fine. Many excellent courses were run. The supposed ' Great Gun ' (All-Sorts) was, as usual, kowhkue ! Following are the results of the running: Seitembkd Stakes op £12 : Winker £10, Bunkeb-up £2. First Bound. — Richards' Pretender beat Tankey's Miss Florence; Bax ter's Flooie beat Lakeman's Lamber scat ; Howarth's Autumn Rose beat Bowen's All-Sorts ; Pratt's ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

RAILWAY FARES, The following are the railway fares from r«n»ar to the underraen'ionpd station* : . ' Stations. Single. Return, ? ... . Ut 2nd 1st 2od '? : ? -? s it V d b H I 'd Alhnry 50 033 675 (150 3 Pathurst 8053 12 079 Blayney 25 173P25 Bouike 63 643 095 6(54 9 Cowra 6 94 (10 3 1! 9 Dufabo 23 616 635 323 3 Garland 2 114 3 2 2 0 (Goulburn B8 S 25 9 58 0 38 9 Harden 20 413' 630 020 3 Holmwood 6 3 4 84(6 3 Jitbgnw 17 311 « — — lADiThurat 1 5 1 0 2 2 1.6 Mandurama ' 110 9 18 12 Oiange 63439666 Panamatia 32 10 211149 533 2 P.nrith 29 919 944 629 9 Sydney 36 3 24 354 6H6 3 Wellington 17 311 626 0 17 0 Woodstock 4 7 3 17 0 4 8 Waogoola 8 g 2 S 5 6 3 8 Young 15 . 9 10 6|-3 9 15 9 a Available for return as followR ; — Under 15 inileB, on day of issue onjy ; )6 an'l not exceeding 30 miles, one week ; 31 and not exceeding 100 miles, within one month { o.'c-r 100 miles, within three months. TL'ese ?ere obtainable a£ any liaje, . ? - Holiday Evbursinn Tickets, at about 10 percent, reduction...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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THE JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

THE JUVENILE BALL. This afiair took place the following night (Friday, 10th inst ), and proved a great success, about 70 of the rising generation being present, who all seemed to thoroughly enjoy them selves. Several .'of the adults took many of the youngsters in hand, but many of the juveniles present could give the ' oldsters a big start and a good beating iu' the matter of ' Tripy ing the Light Fantastic'. A large number of the children appeared in very pretty costumes, but we took no list of same. An adjournment was made for supper at about 1030, when all the good things provided soon dis appeared from the table, which, when the feast was over, was almost as bare as a bone. Again we were dis appointed, through not being «bld to obtain even a small 6lice of ' bige '. Mrs Osborne, Mr Links, the Carcoar Brass Band and others contributed excellent music. The bulk of the youngsters were marched off to their respective homes shortly after supper. During the evening Mr F. M. Stanley pr...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

CAHCOAB MAILS, ABKIVjLW, From Hydnrsy. Bluyney, Manduratna, Lyod hurst, WooiHtook, Garland Cowra oud T. P.O.— Daily (Sundays eloopted), at 9 »m; :? ..-.?-?. From Blayncy, Norton, Barry, Shavr and NevilltvVriiefliiayig, Thursdays and Satur 4oy--, at 12 30 pm, from Orange, Cadia . and Burnt lfards-T» - Saturday, at 8 p.m. Dbpabtdrks, : JTor Blayney, Sydney, all intervening atations and T P.O. «* Daily {Sandays accepted), *t 1'^ P-'M.'- 7 . ' For'Cowr*. -Vi-nd tookj Lyndhurat, Man. duiamaaud Onrimid-^Uftily (Sundays 'cx-r oepted),^t^39p,tn. ??,,„' fi.r Blayne*,' Nortiri. Barry ' ShnW and KevilJo- Toesd^y*, Tburs'Jay* ainl Satur. duvM, at 12 niion. Orange, C«di» %\A Dnrnt Yards— Moudaye, at 7'30 p.m

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CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

CAUCOAR POST OFFICE. Postal Hours:— From 9 a.m. to G p.m. ? (Su.'.days crcepled). Telegraph Hours: -Prom 9 a.m. to S p.m. (Sundays exoepted). The Money Order an 1 Saving) Bank De partments, will be open daily (Saturdays and Sunday* excepted) for the transaction of business from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Saturdays from 10 o.m. to 1 p.m., find for the receipt or deposits only from 7 to 9 p.m.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

PENNY POSTAGE. The penny prmtnge system is in force on letters posted between the following Post Offioea : Barry, Blaynoy, Brown's Creek, Burnt Yard',' Cadia, (Jarcoar, Etanton, Forest Beefs. Galley Swamp, Garlaui], Gregbnms town, Hobby's Yards, King's P'.ahis, LynA hurst, Mandurama, Millthorpe, MoariMa, Neville, Ken-bridge. Norton, Shaw and Spring Hill.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

CARCOAR COURTS. The Police Cart and Small Debts Court are brld on' the first and third Tuesdays id each month. AH other C'lirt business to returnable for these days.

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LAW DELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

LAW 'RELATING TO NEWSPAPEBS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered wishing to contmuR their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publishers may con tinue to send them until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to Vhicb thev are directed they are held responsible until they have settled their bilta and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places withont informing the publishers, and the papers are sent tu t.ieic former address, they are responsible, 5 The Courts have decided, that refusing to lake periodicals fiom the office or remov ing or leaving t'.iem uucalUd for is fuima FACIE evidence of intentional fraud. 6. Anv person who receives a newspaper and nukes use of it, whether he haa ordered it or not, is held in the law to be a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they are b -nnd to give notice to t...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

THE SETTLING. The Settling took place at Smith's Stoke Hotel the same evening, and passed oS very tamely ; in fact, it looked more like a Quaker's meeting that a Coursing Settling. Mr Tucker occupied the chair, and may be said to have been the only one who en deavored to put any life into the affair. The cheques were paid to the successful owners, and after one sample of Host Smith's good cheer, the meeting dispersed. It is the wish of all Coui-sing men iu the district that more attention should be taken in the noble sport, but, if the settling-up is to be allowed to pass off so tamely every time, it will not in spire much Coursing spirit.

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USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

V S EFUL local railway time-table. Cp— Warden t » Blatnkt. Mix' d Mixed „.. ,. Onily Daily Stations. (Sunday (Sunday excopted) excepted) a.m. p m. Harden —Depart « 2l- 9 16 fclurrumburrah a a Pemondrille Juaction G 48 9 35 Kinu'a Vale a a B I _&rri» 7 55 10 25 Young j _.Uepart 820 1030 Brfrrangoug o » Mnnteagle a « Bandick Morrell a & Orowtbcr a a K.onwattaa 1015 1156 5-Arriv 115 a.m. jMn. 12 41 — Depait 5 20 1255 H..lmw.«a 532 17 Wodstock 6)1 143 Wangnola a » Garland a a lyndhurst 730 2 50 Manduramft 7 46 » Cwcoar 8 IB 3 20 Wayney ? 80 45 Dows»- BLuvKEr to Harden-. ' ' h Mixe.1 Mix.d Daily Dw'y Stations, (Sunday (Sonday accepted) excepted) * .. . a.m. p.m. ^ Blayney — Depwt 4 55 9 55 vJoJ 5 45 10 36 Mandurnma 6 8 10 50 Lyndbiirst 6 28 HO Garland » » Wangoola a » Woodstock 7 39 1162 a.m. Holrowood 8 13 12 13 i _Anm 825 12 23 ] —Depart 3 45 12 45 Koorawatha 4 40 138 Crowiher » ? Benriick Mori ell a a Monteagle a » Burrangnng _^ ^ ^ Yonng j -.Depart 6 56 3 30 King's Va...

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

Local Land Board. A meeting of the Local Land Board will be held at the Court House, Trunkey, on 21st, 22nd and 23rd inst., when the following cases will be considered : For Preliminary Investigation. John L. Ryan 40, cp 97.7. For Inquiry Under Sec. 36, Act '84. W Beddie 80a, 91.11. P Famslly 50a, 91.13. R J Wright 50a, 91.20. P Howard 54|a, 91.31. D Lang 60a, 91.33. Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney 50a, 92.7. Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney 120a, 92.8. J L Ryan 170a, 92.30. J BegJey 80a, 92.32.1 W D Elliott 40a, 92.38. J Heffornan 40a, 92.39. J T Hinton, jun, 80a, 92.40. J T Hinton, sen, 80a, 92.40. W Y Young 100a, 92.44. T P Hackney 58|n, 92.50. W Y Young 58f a, 92.55. J T Hinton, jun, 54a, 93.3 Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney 421a, 93.11. - H H Hackney 42|a, 87.48— all cps. For Consideration. J H T Young 640a, cp 95.23. For Preliminary Investigation. W M Gorringe 7l£a, cp 97.8. Inqniry under Sec. 20, Aot '84, Improvements, &c. J Reeves (deceased) 90a, cp 90.85. B Drady ...

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Carcoar Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

Carcoar Municipal Council. A special meeting of the abovo j body was held ou Wednesday, to con sidcr applications for Pouudkeeper and deal with tenders for fencing oval in the Park. — Present — Aid. Clark (Mayor, in the chair), Bassett, Wat son, Byrnes, Stimpson and the Coun cil Clerk (Mr J. W._Eox).— The minutes of tho previous meeting were read and confirmed.— rAn application j was received from J. J. Smith for the position of Pound keeper. — Aid. Byrnes proposed and Aid. Clark seconded — ' That the consideration of appointing a Poundkeeper be adjourned till the ' next meeting, and that fresh applica tions be called.' Carried. — The Pakk. — The tender of W. Bailey (£4 5s) was accepted, the only other tender eceived being from S. Prosper (£4 r9s). — Aid. Bassett moved and Aid. Watson seconded — ' That the Mayor be empowered to obtain the necessary material, and have four gates erected, in place of two, as stated in the spe cifications.' Carried.

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Galley Swamp; [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

Galley Swamp; Our Correspondent, writing from the above town on 16th inst., 6ays : — The adjourned Annual Meeting of the Galley Swamp Cricket Club was held at the Reefers' Arms Hotel on Satur day, 11th inst. — Mr F. Bowen oc cupied the chair. — It was decided, by a small majority, to uphold the pre vious motion that the subscription be 7/fi fnr f.lip KPRKnn. — Tht- eifinf.inn nf officers resulted as follows — Presi- dent — Mr Hocking ; Vice - Presi dents — Messrs Gregory, Moore and Phillips, M.L.A.; Patrons — Messrs Owens, Treble, Rowlands, Pearce, Stalil, Small and Mrs Mullally ; Cap tain, Mr T. Brady; Vice-Captains, Messrs W. Mullally and H. Maunder j General Committee—Messrs Croucher, Bellamy, R. Davies, W Mullally and Vitnell ; Selection Committee — Messrs Vitnell. J. Williams and Bellamy; Secretary, Mr H. Maunder; and Treasurer, Mr H. Bowen. After some routine business had been transacted, the meeting adjourned. — There is some talk of holding a Hospital Ball out here at an ear...

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Pointed and Risible THE KID KNEW BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

Pointed and Risible Bv 'Old Sport'. The Kid Knew Better. Not long ago a new parson went out on his rounds ; he Lad not long arrived from England, and he was unused to the ways of the bush ; con sequently, he missed bis road ; after riding along in exceeding doubt and vexation of spirit for some time, he espied a small boy minding sheep. The small boy had no boots on. had large and assorted freckles on his legs and a look of supernatural wis dom hi his eye, which, email bash boys are rarely without. ' My little man,' said the new par son, palling np at the fence, ' can you tell me where Mr M'Coy's place is ?' ' Jimmy M'Coy P' asked the youth. ' I expect so,' replied the man of prayer ; * I believe Mr M'Coy's Christian name is James.' ' Yes, I know where he lives.' 1 Could you show me the road ?' * * Got to get these d ? sheep in fust.' The evangelist waited till the youngster got his sheep in. and then, with his f reekled-lee^ed ernide trjtt ing beside the horse, they started out tow...

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Carcoar District Hospital Balls. THE ADULT BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

Carcoar District Hospital Balls. THE ADULT BALL. Tmseventeventuatedon Thurs day, 9th inst ,and proved an un qualified success from every point of view, thanks to the efforts put forth by the Ladies' Committee. Visitors fiom Queensland, Pydney, Lithgow, Orange, ? Blayney and various otner places were present, ana, before leaving for their respec tive hornes, each and all freely admitted that the affair was one of the most enjoyable and best conducted they had ever at tended, and we kaow for a fact that many of those present have often been, at tip-top Balls ; this is a large feather in the cap of those who had the carrying out of the arrangements for our Ball. There were about 40 couples present, who tripped the ' Light Fantastic ' with great spirit until the ' wee, sma' hours ' of Friday morning ; the music provided was of a most excellent character, the local Orchestral Society and many other* assisting in this matter ; the floor was ' as fit as a fiddle ' for dancing ; and the sup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

LEW SEASON'S GOODS AT MARK BEM BRICK'S. We beg to notify to our nuiiieroui customers and supporters, both in to wi and country, that we have Opened- U] our Two First Consignments of S 'P Ifc IJsT a G^ p O D S, ^hich are really tip-top value, and ar« mow displayed in our store. Encouraged l»y the Success of our Clearing S-li* -f Winter Goo is, we h .ve Bought L -rgeW of Spring and Suiniiter Materials, Dress Fabrics in Fill ticiiJar, wliicli i r«'l« U|»- n fclioniy, i-jn-islinj «.f l'n Newest l-i signs in SiIUm, Silkftfs. Slio's, i-iisLre£, Fancv Tivwds, 8j.i-.ts ond Stiijts ni-d Hoslti ? f Ot ers Tuo NmnerniB to ParucuUns'1, not Forgetting our Punts, Muslins tin - Fici--s if All K-ikIk. D.msJjPii'tlia a Speciality, «a that, wlim Ymi Buy « Drtms, Y .u Nt-ed Nut Ft-.rt»B' in£ tlie Same Stuff on Sorurone Else in T«.«n. A Grand Variety of. Laces, All Now, wiiiuli wti! be Veiy Muc'i User) fir Tr minings Thin S .81.. Don't Forgei our Other Lines, Bucli iib HafdwaiP, Crockery* a e, Boots, F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

MEDICAL. j Da. A. WYHTER HAWTHORNE. M.J)., M.lh., L.M., 1C. andQ., C.1M., j SUEGEON, Oarcoar Hospital, j Visits MjHiilnrniim on Tuesdays' mni Saturdays. Between the ! Hours of H »nd S p.m.. «ni Galley \ Swamp oh Thursdays Only, Be j tween the Hours o( « ami 5 piui. \

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AT THE FALL OF THE LEAF. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 17 September 1897

AT I HE FALL OP THE. l,KAF. WhV di th-i leaves fnl.f ?' Hlesa me. 1 don't kuow,' yoj anawe : ' 1 sujiposn be cause it is one of nat'oe'g arran^iuent .' Pr«ci*«]y ; but why did nature so air.uiL'e? Why D it Jmv- su.nmor time atwiyg, wicli IK-rpeiual foliage? Wmtis the iiie«iiin^ «,r denuded branch- b, withered (1 -wer-, d.-i... light fading in miil-nf er-iion, tt;id winlei'd coHau'l desulaton? Wen y.m find out why t.'ie leaves fall you will Lave disc -vcie 1 one of r.aturc'n deepest Bcorits— why MEN DIE. Suppose we try an easier problem. WI17 sVu'id Mr William Sieel h ve wiitteu Mi--h sentence as this?-' At the fali 01' inn LEAF EVERY TEAR I O T INTO SUCH A NTAT,: THAT I T.JOK NJ PLEARtTHE IN ANITj.ISG ' Ho I'cubt, there arc minds so highly si run.; as to feel keenly the 11 flueucc of outward conditions, vhaugoB of tliu weather and the seas ins, a.i.l s-i on. But they are ran-, and t--r practical purposes the,v ought tu be raio. Our friend Mr. Site*- 1, happily f -r him, wan uot one ...

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