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A Grand New Year's Present [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
A Grand New Vcar's Present We have received a copy of Paling's Christinas Annual, No. 15, which is a real beauty. We notice several favo rite songs in the list of contents, in cluding ' My Dad's the Engineer ', which was so pojmlar at the Tivoli ; ' Denhie Murphy's Daughter Nell ', sung by Miss Roe Cowen; 'Little Empty Stockings', a Children'* Christmas Song ; ' The Song My Mother Sang ' (same style as ' The Song that Reached My Hear t), ' Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond' and 'Norah, the Pride of Kildare ', the favorite Scotch aud Irish songs; *Over the Hills and Away ', by G. E. Vincent, a native of Mittagong, N.S.W.; the old favorites, * Many Happy Returns of the Day ', ' Sweet Home', and 'The Village Blacksmith ', which every lover of a good bass song likes to hear Mr Hallewell sing: The instrur mental numbers include ' The Dorothy Gavotte ', dedicated to the Hon. Dorothy Brand by Miss Sylvia Blacks ton, the composer of the 'Eruba Waltz ', &c., and the celebrated ' Washington...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
Chubch of England FiBSr Sunday. — Carcoar, 11 a.m, (B.C.) and 7.30 p.m. ; Shaw, 3 p.m. Seocnd Sunday. — Carcoar, 11 a.m. : Lynd hurat, 3 p.m. ; Halley Swamp, 7.31) p.m. Tuit:D Suxd -Y. — Oarcoar, 11 a.m. Marangulla, 3 p.m. ; Mandurama, 7.30 p.m. FotjBTn Sunday. — Carcoar. 11 a.m'. and 7.30 p.m. ; Lyndhurst, 3 p.m. Fiftji Sunday (when recurring) — Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Mandurama, 3 p.m. (ti.C.)
R.C. Church Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
H,C. Church Social.1 ? t1 ? A Ball held in weather such as prevails during December would no^ in most places, be expected^) turn out otherwise than a failure, but, that' by judiciousfgnd energetic manage ment it can be successfully ar raugeJ in Carcoar was clearly demonstrated on Friday night. Worked up under rather ad verse circumstances by the t\vo,, Hon. Sees (Misses M. Brady and M. Watson), it was admit ted by a1H?- be one of the most enjoyable and sociable Balls 1 111 mi 1 II over neia neie. j.ne nan was very tastefjully decorated with greenury and-flowers. without being overdone, and the floor was in excellent order. \ irst class musicMwas furnished by . the Orchestra and also bv some ' of the ladies and gentlemen ' present A goodly number of enthusiastic Terpsichoreans oc cupied the-floor, and held pos session of it. too, until ti»ed ont, I in spite of the heat. Pretty and elaborate costumes were not scarce, a list of which is ap- ' pended. JSw pp-r was announced towards the ...
THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
THE CHURCHES. KOMAN CATHOLIE. 1st Sunday.— Carcoa-, 8.30 a.m.; Blayney, 11 a.m.; and 7.20 p.m. 2nd Sunday.— Blavney, 8.30 a.m.; Careoar. 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. 3i;d Sunday. — Carcoar, 8.30 a.m., and 7.30 p.m.; Blayney, 11 a.rn. 4th Sunday.— Vittoria 11 a.m.; Blayney, ? 7.30p.m. 5th Sunday (when occurring). — Neville, 11 a.m.; Carcoar, 7.30p.m.; 1st WedSksday.— Biown's Creek, 9 a.m., 3ed Wednesday.— Lyndhnrst, 9.am.
Lyndhurst. Our Correspondent writes as under on 5th inst.: THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
Lyndhurst. Our Correspondent writes as under on 5th inst. : The Races. The Lyndhurst Jockey Club held their Annual Meeting on New Year's Day (Saturday). The attendance was even larger than usual, and, though the prices realised by the sales of gates, booths, &c, were higher than ,in preceding years, I have every reason to believe the pur-; chasers were satisfied with their in-' vestments. The entries for most of the events were fewer than was ex pected, but great interest was evinced in the running, and betting was fairly brisk. The popularity of the Lynd hurst Course was again proved by the number of ladies present, owing, in a great measure, to the natural facili ties afforded for enjoyment. The Hon. Sec. (Mr 0. Guest) carried out his duties in a most satisfactory manner, as did also all the other offi cials connected with the Mesting. The Settling, from what I can hear, was not a very wkt one, most of the prize-winners sending proxies to re ceive their r.linnuos. 'The res...
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con'mry arc considered wishing to coutiune their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publishers may con tinue to seu-l tbem until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they are directed they are hfild responbible until they have settled their bills and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move tn other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to taeir former address, they are responsible. 5 The Courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals fiom the office or remov ing or leaving t--em uncalled for is fuima Facie evidenee of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receives a newspaper an.i makes use of it, whether he has ordered it or not, is held in the law to be a. subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they are bound to give notice to t...
A Good Idea [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
A Good Idea Mil I.indon BinniUjpn, Carcoar, writes us as tinder : The Cricket Ground.— -Now that the opportunity - ffers, it is to be hoped that the local public guardians of tho people's good, viz , the Municipal Dis trict Officers, will make imme diate and conclusive arrange ments towards securing for public purposes the only lfvkl a-td suitable piece of land available fn the T-iwh of .Car coar f -r cricket, tennis, football and other sports. I n taking such a course, they would be supported by public feeling in both the town and district sur rounding it ; and posterity also demands some such lecognition. Candidly, if this piece of land is lost to the people, I, for one, would not cate to continue iny residence here. Vantage grounds of special merit ', such as this, are not to be had jn every town, and that is the more reason why'appropriation should follow Carcoar has, I think, reached the lowest rung r\f f.lio larl/liar anrl if. ramainc with the people who are resi * dept to hel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
MEDICAL. ! r. A. WYNTER~HAWTHO«HE. M.D., M.CIi., L.M., K. andQ.. O.P.I., ; SURGEON, Carcoar Hospital, j Visits Hnndnrania ™- Tuesdays, «nd Saturdays, Between thei Hours «r 2 ami 3 p.m., »»-i Galley Hwainp on Thursdays Only, B - tween the Hours of % w-d 5 p.m. 1 J P O I N TED I '. AND R I SIB L E. Br 'Old Spoet1, Cowra.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
BARGAINS!!! liari»ains in Drapery, |t ; -,;;/^ Bargains iii (Grocery/ ^-^m Bargams ia Bcfots and Shoes. Bargains in Qrocker^rare. # ^OTgato|^^fe^^,^, ;Jfi Bargi*^^ i Bargainf in Fa^gy Goodf, Bargains m^H^Fe^. Bai^ain^|nirdtiWifengery. Bargain^ Jn Furniture, i -V Bargains in Patent Medicines. BASSISTS i$^ER0BI&a 1 Universal Provider, bKLUBULA STUEIST, G A R C O A R. The Bargains to be Made, Espe cially in Drapery. Can't B Beaten. PIPOP ? -JifSJSIG 3 And all kinc's of Musical Instruments. I _^Your best security is to deal with I an old-established responsible Firm, whose I guarantee is of value, whose interest I it is to sell only gooci and reliable Instru I ments. Call or send for Illustrated Cata I logues and Frice Lists post free. Old Pianos I taken in Exchange. , Instruments sent ! I everywhere on Easy TLao Payment System. ||y|Ha)BIBIB|BB^^ SULKIES AS SHOWN, 8 8prinp!,m«U4ft. fcjn- -jB&jjft 41n. high, or lower; Silver DastRaU Complete, Trith MmMHHS &B lamps...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
Gentle reader of the male persuksion! How are you off for Cln-istmas clothes this year ? How will yon look, f rorn ? an. artistic point of view, when you . ' have 'em all on ? ' I think the bost ~. ' plan is to Bhazzy round with them all off during the present gay and sultry ?season. We would look well march ing about clad in nothing but three cockatoo-feathers, worn over the left car, and a bold demeanor.' It would be suitable for the summer saason, but, perhaps, the police might raise objections against it. A- good autho rity says there's nothing much in clothes, after all — except in the clothes worn by your ' soul's adored ', of course ; if yon marry her, and have to work 18 hours a day to pay for her clothes, you -will know the cunning little game the fioet was working when he tried to make his wife be lieve that 'beauty unadorned' was adorned the most. ? ♦ t Christmas comes but once a year, ' and, as my authority remarks, it is lucky that Christmas is not a quar terly institut...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
WHAT MAKES THKM ORY ? You have a very Bore linger, let us Bay. It may uh a hurt, a boil or, worse Btill, that fearfully-painful thine, a fel--n. Oh, my ! »h, my ! What a time you liav t ( been trying to protect thi't pour finger. / It 18 a'l tho time gelling hit or knuikiw*' jagaiqat sunieth'ug. Simply to keep it oTij ,„ of liaim'a w«y worries jou wuie that, doing 11 day's work ; mid you don't Suc ceed — ftiid wnuldu'i, even with a d. zin ?pulic -men tn help yon. You uvo soatvd --f ii fly ihreiiteiuny to light on if. That is the principal un wli 01 Mrs. E zibuUt Allen couldn't liar the least noi-'. Sh ; Imd no bo e finger, but sho hud wlut whs still more Pfiieiiive — ' body full nf sure mrves; weak, starved, m Bt.runig norvuB. Sj, tne prattle ui chil dren, the c''8 n« of a donr, the liinmeii tiir; ruar --f 11 witg^iin in thu streBt, the clatter --f di-hus in il e kitclieu, the hou H:ind-inrlMi.iu h i'ikIk ail noisuB (hut are in the «ir consta-ty — ivhy. (he smallest of ilium Htriirk...
PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
PENNY POSTAGE. The penny postage system is in force on letters posted between the following Post Offices: B»rrw, Blaynny, Brown's Creek, Burnt Yards,' Cadia, Carcoar, Uganton, Forest Beefs. Galley Swamp, Garland, Greghams town, Hohby's Yards, King's Plaits, Lynd hurst, Manduroma, Millthorpe, Moorilda, Neville, Newbridge. .Noi'tun, Shaw and Spring HilL
CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
CAKCOAR POST OFFICE. Postal HourB:— From 9 a.m. to -5 p.m. - (Sundays excepted). Telegraph Hours : -From 9 a.ro. to 8 p.m. (Sundays excepted). The Money Order and Savings 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 a.m. to 1 p.m., ano for the receipt of deposits only f i«m; 7j.to;,9 p.m.
A[?]I TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
A 'I TRAINS. : ' A train eave . wra for Harden on Saturday.' only c9 0 a.m. ia connection with the 25;,.m. tr n, Blaynev to Co wra. A tr? i leaves I «yney for Cnwra on Fridays only at 4-'9 p.m., departiug from Oareoar at 4'52 p.m. A train leaves Cowra for Blayney on Fridays only at 11 45 a.m. in connection with the4320 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 p.m. in connection with , ? the 6 p.m. train, Cowra to Blayney.
DOWN—BLAYNET TO HARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
DOWN-BlAYNEV TO HAKDEN. Mixed Mixi-d Daily Daily Stations, (Sunday (Sunday exccptei)) excepted) a.m. p.m. Blayney -Depart 455 9 55 Carcoar 5 45 10 36 Mandurama 6 8 10 50 LyndhurBt 6 28 110 Garland a a Wangoola a a Woodstock 7 39 1152 a.m. Holmwood 8 13 12 13 ( —Arrive 8 25 12 23 Cown - pm. I —Depart 3 45 12 45 KooraWatha 4 40 138 Crowther a a Bendick Morrell a a Monteagle a a BarrangoDg a a Tmri, } -Arriv. 6 26 3 10 Young j —Depart 6 56 3 30 King's Tale a - a Demondrille Junction 8 10 4 40 Murrnmburrah a a Harden j 8 25 4 55 a Picks np and eels down when required. Passengers wishing to alight must give Kotfre to the Guard at the previous ?topping station. The above trains call at Watervate (late Swan Ponde) aud W»ttamadarra wlien required. The Carcoar 8-15 p.m. rain catches the down train for Sydney, end the 3 20 a.m. ' train the up train for Bo -ke, changing at Blayney.
CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
W^ f^f.:i;n jCAHQOAB. MAILS. . . ? £i:.:''~: '.'''-*''???' .ABHiVALS, §0&i:~. J!r5nrSy3ney..;Blayn'iy, Mandurama, ^Lynd- *W*' '? i8Wrsfc;JflVi0o*dBfock, Garlnnii Cowra- and ^r-s;.^E?A,ri Daay^Sundaya excepted), at 5 % : »'?'; ;-iF!r£m:JBi»yn'ey,' ?Norton, ^Barry, Shaw -and «^'- *'- ^Neville— Tuesdays, .Xnuraiiays and Sfttur p^SaSflajwj 'f&ff&gt -p«n. :.. ?. ? , .' '?'';?; fei?®Proin;'ti!Jr»nift, Oadia and Burnt Yards— ^g^.fV';'laturaayi,I»t8p.iD. -/y- ??]. MMtif:'::^-' - ? Dbpaetuekb, , £sy.:^,,-* ?» i* £ ''}.*?** ,q \ r * ' 'i ' ' ' ?'' ? &'--»-.*tj» a*, *fjv- ? '? .*_ ,,:'.\r ._. ?„ . . - .-.., -: %£;?:*': For 'Blayney, Syqney, . all .intervening ;*,*-; ^tStitfnB *jtaa'1r,?.O, ~- Dally ^Sundays pWs,;f^oriDowr»,'Woodstook1 Lyridbnrst, Man W^i-f ; i&nTJuoi and Gnrland— Daily (gundftye ex m^iqJk^MH^m^m.. . .:./: ... ; : ; . i?-;-- '.jPor^BlayneVi Norloa, Bnrry. Shaw and y. 'V1.* -:~; ''; Neville- Tuesdays; Thursdays and Satur ^^i;' ' Sdaya,;«t'...
RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
RAILWAY. FAB.ES. The following are the railway fares from ',- Carcoar to the undermentioned stations : $,*'.' Stations. * .. ? Single. Keturu.a v ' ' . 1st 2nd 1st 2nd -??.?-??' s -d a d s d s d £-?;.? Albnry 50 033 675 OfiO 3 £ . Batburet .8 0 /S 3J2 0 7 A t ? Blayney. 2 5 17 3 9 2 5' Bourke 63 643 095 604 9 ? Cowra 6 94 6 10 3 6 9 r; Dnbbo 23 jB 15 635 323 3 £?- Garland 2 114 3 2 2 0 ??£-- ' Oonlburn ' 38 925 958 0 38 9 g. Harden 20 013 630 0 20 3 ?&'.: Holmwood 6 342 9 6433 &???- iithjpw. 17 311 6 — — k; '?-; LyndbnrBt 1 8 10 2 2 1 6 '?i- '° iUsodiirama 110 9 1 8 1 2 tj.-^OrMige 63439666 ga;:-ilP*tTamatta 32 1021 1149 53S 2 §&?'?'. jenrith . 29 9I9-B44 629 D fe Byaney . 38 3 24 3R4 6S6- 3 E :& Wellington 17 3il 6 26 017 6 i£\-; Woodstbck 4 7 3 17 0 4 8 K«:::;WangobU 3 82 55 63 8 K'-'-^oung 15;9IO 623 915 9 m¥'£t ???..' ' - ?' ? '? * '?' — '—? ? —? — — ? r— B* fi i: -« Available for return as follows :— Under piVjiSiniles, on day cf issue only j J6 ...
Burnt Yards. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
Burnt Yards. Whiting on 6th hist, our Correspon dent says : Christmas and New Year passed off very quietly, all our holiday-seekers .going away to the various local sports. The Wow Year was welcomed in with a Social, held in Mr J. Wright's new house, kindly lent for the occasion. About 20 couples were present, who appeared to thoroughly enjoy them selves, the music being supplied by Mr H. Wiight, who played with his usual ability. Dancing was kept up until the small hours of the morning, when the company dispersed, well pleased with the night's enjoyment, and I hope it will not be long before we again have the pleasure of meeting our late host and hostess at a similar reception. Mining matters still remain quiet. Mr Mills is again in our midst, quite renewed by his trip to the ' Big Smoke ', and has taken full charge at the Mine, so we still live in hopes of a prosperous future. The weather still remains dry, with hot scorching days and duststorms. The hills all wear a parched appea...
Thieves, Beware! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 7 January 1898
Thieves, Beware ! Mr W. H. Short, of Hitjh field, writing us under date 28 th ult , says : I shall be glad if you will allow me snace in vour valu able journal to express my re gret at having to take very drastic steps to prevent the constant fruit-stealing that is] carried on in my orchard. 1 am determined to stop it, and, in addition to offering a reward for information that will con vict an offender, 1 have placed in various parts of the ground extra-strong spring-tiaps, so that, it a thief is caught, he will have cause to remember it for many a long d-iy. 1 1 is a disgrace to Carcoar that we should have to protect our pro perties in such a way, but the pilfering is so continuous that 1 should be unjust to myself and the community at large if 1 did not endeavor to make a public example of those who are rob bing me day after day. [You are right, Mr Short ; the way thieving is being car ried on in Carcoar is a blarmed disgrace to the town, you not being the only one wno suners from...