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POINTED AND RISIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

POI NTED AND RISIBLE. « — Bv 'Old Sport', Cowba. Ms Editob, did you ever hare a kan garoo-hunt P If not, just try one. It's grand sport. Coursing is not to be compared with it. Jnst ask ' My Little Friend ', nhoJ oG-teL bboC— he knows all about it. The bounding kangaroo is a most interesting animal to study. If any ' new-chnm ' doubts this assertion, let him get his dog to stick:np an ' Old Man ', and then go quietly up and gentlyraise ,. the mar supial's off eyelid. When his friends have gathered up all that is left of the newchum, he'll be able to give a detailed account concerning the modes of attack and defence, as practised by the timid kangaroo. * * ' SsfiLRit ', a friend of mine, tells a very good story about his first, kan garoo-hunt, and, as his expe&ence may perhaps be useful to those* who have never been initiated into The Prince of Australian Sports, I'll jot it down. Kangaroos were very plentiful in those days, and they made for a dam. When Smiler's gallant grey...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

:^-. EAILWAY PARES. :. The following are the railway fares from ' Carcoar to the undermentioned stations : 7 Stations. Single. Return, a - 1st 2nd 1st. 2nd - 8 d s d B d s d Albnry 50 ^0 33 €75 050 3 Bathur»t € 0 5 312 0 7 9 ; Blayney 25173825 : Bonrke 63 6 43 095 6 64 9 'Cowra 6 9 4 010 3 6 9 p . Dnbbo 23 C15 635 323 3 .Garland 2 1 \ 4 3 2 2 0 Goulbnrn 38 925 S58 038 9 ^?Harden 20 013 630 020 3 Holmwood 6 3 4 2 9 6 6 3 & -lathgow ' 17 3 11 6- — i s Lyndhnrst 15102216. ;: ; llandarama 1 10 9 18 1 2 S Orange 6 3 4 8 S 6 B 6 U Parramatta i , ? ? : 32 10 21 11 19 5 33 2 ^V.SienHtH 29 1919 944 «29 9 ^Sydney 36 324 S54 6 86 3 ; WeUington 17 3 11 6 26 0 17 6 KWoodrtock 4 IS 17 4.4 8 ^iWangobla 3 8 5? 5 8 « 3 S ?Rawing 67.9 0 623 916 9 »Arr— ? ; ? -? ? — — ;.^; : a Available for return as follows -.—Under tt0B miles, on day of issue «nlyj 16 and not p^expeeding 30 miles, one week; 31 and not -: Exceeding 100 miles, within one month; M^oialOO miles, within three months. These |pw« o...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

~A'1 TRAINS, . ' A train eave . wra for 'Harden on .;? Saturday* only ' 1 9 0 ate, in connection ' Withthel-2Su.fD.tr n, Blaynev-to Cowra. '? A irt i leaves F tyney for Cowra on -: FVidays only at 4-19 p.m., departing ftom J Careoar 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 a.m. Uain, Harden to Cowra, ; - : departing from Carcoar at 1 -59 p.m. . A train leaves Harden for Cowra on ; Saturdays Only at 2 p.m. inxonnection-wiUi : . the 6 p.m. ISalh, Cowra to Blayney. ^ .. ? ?

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Carcoar Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

f!ar«onr Jeckev Club. A meeting of the above was held yesterday, at which there was a good attendance. — It was decided to hold tho Annual Races on Wednes day, 16th prox., on the- Course kindly lent by Mr Whitney. — The following officer^ were elected — Judge, Mr. P. Byrnes ; Secretary, Mr C. Derwin ; Treasurer, Mr M. Mac Dermott ; Starter, Mr A. Dawson ; Handicappers — Messrs J. Watson, A. Tucker and Derwin ; Clerk of Scales, Mr John Links; Clerk of Course, Mr C. Rankin ; Gronnd Committee Messrs Byrnes, Tucker and M. Cassidy: and General Committee — Messrs 'J. Kcnworthy, Tucker, Mac Dermott, Byrnes, W. Osborne, Cas fiidy,. Derwin and Dawson. — The programme, which is a good one, totalling about £50 in prize-money, appears elsewhere. Hondurdmo. 'Writing on 11th inst. our Correspondent says : — The re cent Ball in aid of Mr Hines and family realized £4 1 7s 3d net. — We will shortly sustain a great loss in the person of our police constable, Mr Gi enenger. There are some ladies also ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

NOTICE. Old Uncle John Pearfce wishes to inform the inha bitants of the Mandurama, Care oar and Surrounding Districts that he is still keeping the Red Lion Hotel, Man-lu- rama. If ever to Mandurama you happen to go I'll tell you the Wat place to dwell ; You'll find every thing up to the handle I'll swear If you stay at the RED LION HOTEL. The best brands of Spirits and Beer he has got, I am certain you'll say it is so ; He deals from a firm that cannot be beat — 'Tis one known as Cooper, Nathan and Co. His place ib complete with everything good.— The greatest in trouble 'twill cheer. If you want a ' long drink ' just say it, and he Will draw you a Derwin's ' big beer.1 His table 's the best in the land, I'll admit. Eeither suited for swagman or swell. His bedrooms the best that ever I saw — 'Up^to Dick' is the RED LION HOTEL. I have called at his place, don't you see, So therefore I'm able to tell, A jolly old bird, when the towel he twists, Is the Boss of the RED LION HOTEL.' OLD J...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. Up—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

XJ S EFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TA BLE. Up—Harden t- Biavjibv. I; '. ~~ Mixtd Mixed* ! Station*. (Su^d-y JSnndav: ? ? oxcepted) excepted) ;V . ' n.i». pm. ' -??'? Harden '—Depart CU0 9 15 : ',? Mnmnnhurroh a ? n : ^Demondrille Junction 0 48 9 35 King's Vale ? an v } — Arrirt 7 65 10 25 Young J ?- _UepMi 8.20 10 30 :? Bummgong » a Monteagle a a Bendick Morrell a a . Orowther a a Koorawathn '? 10 15 11 56 { —Arrive 115 a.m. Cowra | - p.m. 12 41 { ^-Depait -5 20 12 55 Holmwood 632 17 Woodstock C Jl 143 - Wangoola a a Oarlsud a a Lyndhalf^t ' 7 30 2 60 Mandnraina 7 46 a C*rco»r 815 3 20 BUyney ? 9 9 ?; 4 5 Down— Blatnet to Hardek. Mixed Mixed - Rations, (Sunday (Sunday excepted) excepted) Hg. a.m. p.m. : Blaynct., — Depari 455 9 55 Carcoar ? 5 45 iO36 Manduruna 6 8 . 10 50 Lyndhnrst 6 2S 110 . . Garland ^ a a Wangoola ' a a Woods^k 7 39 11 52 fiolmwood 8 13 - 12 13 i- ?,.— Arrive S 25 1223 ? Cowra ' -? ?-' ? p.m. ^i —Depart 3 45 12 45 Koorawatha 4 40 138 Crowther' . a a Bendick Monoll a a ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

LOOK! - THE GIANT ALBUM OF SONGS, ooutaining- 18-1 Populur Sougn, with wuida and music, - AND PRAIO^rCHAETrOF CHORDS, libitig a qaick tumliod of leaYintig to jilay ihe jiiano or orgmi without a teacher, . Can b'fi olit-dnod '..V THIS OFFIC3. Fricn, 5.4. the L t; Posted, ;5-. 2J. It is a New Id fa nn-l n Grand Lin and is Sellii g Rapidly. READ! Few businesses are fio good, that they cannot lie improved by good advertising It is as necessary to . advertise to a customer us 10 a pr'osp: ctive customer. IF 'XOU Want money Wsint m wife Want a faun Wnntacleik Want a partner Want it iiUHlmnii Wunt a situation Want a seivant gir! Want toLscll. a piano Want, to buy a borse . Want to feil a .station Want to buy or'nell stock Wunt to sell any property Want to Bell grocerips or drapery Want to engage gno.i hheatvis Want lo sell household funituie JWant to buy vehicles and Imrness Want to find customers for anything ADVERTISE in the LOCAL PAPER. Advertising will bring you customers Advertising w...

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Thieves, Beware! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

Thieves, Beware ! Ma W. H. Short, of High field, writing ub under date 28th ult, says : I shall be glad if you will allow me space in your valu able journal to express my re gret at having to take very drastic steps to prevent the constant truit-stealing ttiat is carried on in my orchard. I am determined to stop it, and, in addition to offering a reward for information that will con vict an offender, I have placed in various parts of the ground extra-strong spring-tiaps, . so that, if a thief is caught, he will have cause to remember it for many a long d*y. J t js a disgrace to Carisoar .that we should have to protect our pro perties in such a way, but the pilfering is so continuous that I 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 who suffers fr...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

Wj?L00HE, Little Stranger ! Music Hath Charfcs! Bargains! Expla nations to the foregoing words will be found on pur PRONT page.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

WHXT 'MAKES THEM CRY? You have a very sure finger, let ui say. It may 1-qji hurt, a boil or, worse still, that fearfully-painful tiling, a felon. Oh, my ! oh, my ! What a time you have been tryng to protect tint pour finger. It ib all the time getting hit or knocking against something. Simply to keep it out of harm's wny worries you more than doing a day's work ; and you don't sue-., ceed — and wouldn't, even with a doxen policemen to help yon. You bra scared of a fly threatening to light on it. That is the principal on which Mrs. Elizabeth Allen couldn't hear the least no:«B. . Shi had no sore. 6ngcr, but ahe bad what was. sti(J mpre^enBitive — » body fuHcfsoro hervcB ; wealc, ' Btarved, un strung nerves. Su, the prattle of chil dreu, the cl- suig of a dow, the women- . tary roar of a waggon in the% street,.. the clatter of dishes in the kitolreD,' iha jljiou- ; saiid-and-one snunds snd.-Opiseff' that are in the air constantly — why, the' smallest. ' of then) struck her like a blow...

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Klondyke. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 14 January 1898

, Klondyke. Mr A. Ross, a member of the A.M. At .^writes us as follows : As an Australian mining man of 1 8 years' standing, and a member Mf the A.M. A., just returned from the Chilcoot Pass, I desire to point out to /? 11 _'? ;_il_ ?!__?_ JX _ 1' 11.. ? Teiiow-worisers wie wnowing facts :— The leported finds in the Yukon Basin are correct ; to get there, the cheapest' quickest and best roure is by the Canadian- Australian Line from Sydney to Vancouver, British Columbia ; thence per boat to Skagway Bay , and thence over the Chilcoot Pass. There are men in A ustralia who are advertising San Francisco, Seattle and Victoria, B.C., to whom do not listen ; also turn away fiom any person or com pany who try to get you to go to Juneau or Skagway Bay ; these places are in the United States, where one has to pay double for his outfit, and 'from 30 to 35 per cent additional is Added as duty directly \ou step info Canada. The goldfields are in Canada, And a great mis take is made if you land e...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Wcbletaji. Caccoab — Fourth Sunday in Aug., Sept. t ? . . j aDdf-ct.,at3rA.m, Ma-tdukatwa— Firet Sunday is October, at ??'!.????-?' ? ' . il a.m. . Brown's ObEek— Tbird Snnciay in Aug., Sept. and Oct., at 3. GAtsr Swamp— Third Sunday in Aug., ;.??;.'-' * Sept. arid Oct. , at 7.30. Nevhxb— Every Sunday except tbe second in eacb month at 3. ' Blayney — Morning and evening every , '1- ''? '? Sunday. » , , ;. j

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Presbyterian. Cabcoab. — Morning nnd Evenint', every Sabbath, excepting the fourth in each month. Grubbenboko. — First and third Sunday in each month at 3 p.m. MouNTilAOQUABlE.— Second Monday in tbe month at 3 p.m. Tbunkby. — Foarth Sunday in the month at ll a.m. Tubxa. — Fourth Sunday in' the month at ? -7.S0 p.m. ? ? '??''?? Maranguiaa (Mr. W. licatb's).— Fifth Sunday tt 3 p.m.'

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Church of England FiESr Sun pat. --^Carcoar, It a.m, {EI.C.J and 7.30 p.rr. ; Shaw, 3 p.m. SboCND Pukdav,— Carcoar, 11 n.m : Lynd hnrsl, 3 p.m. ; ('-alley Swamp, 7.30 p -n. Third SuNo*y.—Oajcoar. II a.m. Mirangulla, 3 p.'m. ; Mandurama, 7. SO p.m. Fourth Sunday. — Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 pm. ; Lyndhurst, 3 p.m. Tifth Sunday (when recurring) — Carcoir, 11 a.m. and 7. B0 p.m. ; Mandurama, 3 p.m.(H.C.)

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THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

THE CHURCHES. EOMAK CATHOLIE. 1st Sunday.— Carcoa-. S.30 a.m.; Blayney, 11 a.m.; and 7.20 p.m. 2nd Sunday. — Blavnfty, 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar, 11 am., and 7.30 p.m. 3rd Sokdav. — Carcoar, 8.30 a.m., and 7.30 p.m.; Blayney, 11 a.m. 4th Sunday. — Vittoria 11 a.m.; Blayney, 7.30 p.m. 5th Sunday (when ocenrring). — Neville, 11 a.m.; Carcoar, 7-30 p.m.; 1st Wednesday.— B own's Creek, 9 ?.m. 3ed Wednesday. — Lyndhurst, 9. am.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not eive express notice to the contrary are considered wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals tbe publishers may con tinue to Bond them until nil arrears are paid. 3. IJ subscribers neglect or refuse (o take their periodicals from the office to which they ara directed they are held responbible until they have settled their bills and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. If sub-cribers move ti 'other places without informing the publishers, an'l the papers are sent to t'.ieir former address, they are responsible. 5 The Courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from tbe office or remov ing or loavicg b-em uncalled for is ritiMA facie evidence of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has order, d it or not, is held in ttie law to be a subscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they arc bound to give notice t...

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Carcoar Quarterly Licensing Court. Tuesday. Jan. 18th, 1898. Before Messrs Byrnes, Clark and Platt, L. MS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Cnrcoar Quarterly licensing Court. Tuesday. Jan. 18th, 1898. Beforo Messrs Byrnes, Clark and Plntt, Richard O'Bien, clmnted with keeping opan his hotel a1 Lyndhunt aftisr 11 p.m.. pleadel not gnii y. ? Constable Gre uepger stated that at. 11 40 p.m. on 3lst nit. Jie went to thw R.yal Hotel, Lm4 hurar. A bom 20 people we e in the pirlor/and a number of nisn were in the dinine-ro mi p'aying cards ; there were ?lso other* ui the bar. Siw some g'Hsr s containing liquor on the tMe. ? R. O'Brien «*ated tliat ihjre were only threr or four men in. the dining-rxini. The bir-donr was dosed, bnt not lucked. ? Mr* O'Brien nave snii'ur evidenoa. ? O'Brien was fined 20i and 4r lOtl coals ; in defau't, Ixvyand diittew.— — The P.M. treated O'Brien lo n severe instigation. Renewals of publicans' lio-'iieen were granted to Mrs Mu tally (G.lley tSwnmii). R. O'Biieu (NevilU) nnd -. F rd» (Peelvrood). A billiard license was grunted to Mrs Calleu, Carcn r. R. 0. Hudson applied for a cmditlonal publican's...

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CARCOAR COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

CAUCOAU COURTS. ., The Police O.iurt rind Small Debts Court are held on the first and third Tuesdays in each month. All other C -crt business to be made returnable for tbese days.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Mandurama. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Mandiiraiiia. Whiting on 19th inst. our Corres pondent says : — The Jockey Club held a settling-up meeting last night, and, after paying all prizes and expenses, there is a matter of £25 to its credit — quite a snug sum to start the next Meeting with. ? The recent elope ment has excited a great deal of interest in town, as some cf the parties connected are much known. ? The lamb-shearing commenced at Sunny Ridge yesterday. There are over 7000 lambs to be shorn. ? It was rumored the other day that the Burnt Yards' Mine was about to start again, but, when some men went out to tiy to procure work, Captain Dunstan told them it would be quite three months before there was anything doing.

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PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

PENNY POSTAGE. The penny postage system is in force on letters posted between the following Tost Offices : Barrv, Blaynny, Brown's Creek, Burnt Yard',' Cadia, Oarcoar, Kganton, Forest Rente. Galley Swamp, llarlauil, Gregli.inis town, Hobby's Yard?, King's P'ait:*, Lyml hnrst, Mnnduruma, Millthorpc, Moorilda, Neville, Newbridge, ^ort in, Shaw nnrt Spring Hill.

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