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An Excellent Musical Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

An Excellent Musical Magazine. Wfi have received from ' Messrs Allan & Co., Proprietary, Limited, Collins St., Melbourne, a copy of Allan's Melbourne Musical Magazine, No. 2, which has ran into its third edition, so that the latter fact speaks for itself as to the excellence of the book. The Magazine is neatly got up and well-printed, and the price per copy is Is 2d, post free, which is very cheap. We regret the firm in question do not advertise with us ; were they doing so, we should try very hard to push the sale of theii Magazines, &c., because we always did believe in the principle of ' Help ing Those Who Assist Us ' — a very goo A principle, too, don't you think so, dear readers ? The contents of the Magazine under review are as follows:— Pat Malone Forgot That He Was Dead, sung by John Cole man — a splendid song ; Oh, Yes We Did, sung by Tom Woottwell ; I'm Wanted, sung by Tom Woottwell ; In the Luggage Van Ahead, sung by Miss Ada Baker — a beautiful song; iLov...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARCOAR POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

''CAUCdAn POST OFFICE. Postal HourBi— From 9 a.m. lo C p.m. (Sundays cxcepled). Telegraph Hottrs: -From 0a.«u. to 8 p.m. (Sundays excepted). The Money Order an4 Savings B.ink De partments will be open daily (Satunlnvs and Sundays exoepted) fur the trRiwaclion of business f rom 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On ' Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m . anil for the receipt of deposits only I loin^ 7j tolj) p.m.

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Fortune for One Shilling. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

A Fortune for One Shilling. A twelve-months' tkip round the world for a shilling would no doubt be considered an excellent baigain ; the Australian Natives (Vic), how ever, go one be' ter than this in their forthcoming Ninth Annual Art-Union, by offering the twelve-months' trip first-class, and, in addition, all ex penses paid aud £600 in cash given to the lucky winner for incidentals. Such is their first prize, but, should the winner prefer to remain at home, he may do so, aud receive, as an al ternative, £1000 net; there are, be sides this valuable prize, 129 others, ranging in price from £1 to £150. Tickets are Is each ; they may . be purchased from Local Agents or direct from the Secretary (Mr Theo. W. Heide), 237 Collins Street, Mel bourne. The last days for the sale of tickets are now announced ; intending purchasers should, therefore, buy at once. It might be mentioned that the whole of -the profits made in this colony will be handed over to the Hospitals and Public Charities...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CARCOAR MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

fe$5H^?:Vif--l.. ;??? OAKQOAB' MAILS. ' ' '; ' ' [?] ifft^' ^Profcn Syan'ey.'Blayhejy Mandnrama, *Lyn_. fej:i JvJmrat, W»d8tobk,*^arlanrt, JCo%ra%d Ife ?iifeS?V?A~©«ny .^Snnaa/a excepted), at 5 Rrvffiom%lajney, Norton, Barry, ffliw /nd WS^ ?? ^eiWeStaesdaysr^Tliuredays ana. JSatur ^0$$i;*iVMOVw.-. ?.??*/? ?- v ?: ? iSt^'iSWwm^SpraBge, Cadia and Burnt yards— |j|g|p* ? V Jifiirdays, at 8 p.m. J ;.; ;^; ffiiiy^^Sr^.:- ' .'i)EPiBTITBB8. ' ' - ^fc'Iv-^aiorgB)»yiJey, Sydney, oil intervening W; ^^ilafeons «na T. P.O.— Daily '(.Sundayis |pvr*^pBpted),at7-25p.tn. . ? . ? . *, &^r^m^SS^f 'Woodstobk,; iyndbnrsi, Man »5-y#WMnaiM»djBaTland— Daily (Sunday* «x P^-i^^)^«30p.tn; ??.... .???.-' Wi :-%mpr. Blaynev, ,'JIorton, Barry, Shaw (and &? ? ^'Appynie^TflesawB; Thursdays and Kattir' *3R:-^4»yP,'«t!f2«-oon. ? ? - ? S5^f?Wv:$ratogV*C«»dia »nd Burnt Yard*— gJ^g.^- liondeys, at 7*30 p.m -

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Election of Aldermen and Auditors. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Election of Aldermen and Auditors. A meeting of ratepayers will be held in the Council Chambers at 12 noon on Tuesday, 1st prox., for the purpose of nominating two gentlemen (to serve as Aldermen for the ensuing three years), and also to nominate two gentlemen (to act as Auditors for the coming 12 months). Should there be more than' the required number of persons nominated for the positions, a poll will be taken on Saturday, 5th, prox., lasting from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. All nominations must be in the hands of the Retnrning Officer or his Poll Ulerk at least seven days before the date of nomination— that is, on or be foro Monday next, All rates must be paid to enable a ratepayer to I either nominate persons or vote for them should there be an election. The retiring Aldermen are Messrs P. Byrnes and W. J. Derwin, whilst the outgoing Auditors are Messrs M. A. MacDermott and V. Blatchford, nllof whom' are eligible for re-election. Now, then, siime of you ratepayers, have a try for Aldermani...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

RAILWAY FAttES. : : . The following are the railway fares from Carcoar to the undermentioned stations : Stations. SiDgle. Return, a 1st 2nd 1st 2nd b & a A e A i 6. Albnry 50 033 675 050 3 . Batburst 8 05 3 12 0 7 9 i Blayney 2 5 1 7 3 f 2 5 ' Bontko 63 643 095 6fi4 9 ;/ '?- Cowra 6 9 4 6 10 9 6 9 '?' Dnbbo 23 615 635 323 3' Garland 2 1 I 4 3 2 2 0 ? fionlbnrn 38 925 958 038 9 Harden , 20 013 6 30 020 3 ,-?'- Holmwood ' 6 3 4 2 9 6 « 3 JUthgow ' 17 311 C — — '-?'..- Lyndhnret 151022 16 : Uendurama 1 10 9 1 8 1 2 ~*:o.; Orange . 0 34 39 6(6 ?'?: 1 y«rramatta, 32 JO 21 U49 S33 -2 ;f P«nrith 29 919 944 629 9 'W Sydney 36 324 354 686 .3 -' Wellington 17 311 6 26 017 6 S~ .Woodstock 4 g 3 1 7 ,-0 4 8 f Jr- - Wangoola . S-$ ? 5 5 6 S : S W 'Xonnj} 15*910 623 9J15 9 , '?:'.. 4 Available for return as follows :— Under :;i.:: IS miles, on day of issue only ;, 16 and not -;? exceeding 80 miles, *ne week-, ,81. and not ' exceeding ,100 miles, within one month; %&..:'. 'jpiprTUM...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

MEDICAL. Da. A. WYHUT HAWTHORNE. M.D., U.Ch., L.M., K. »nd Q., U.P.I., SURGEON. Oarcoar Hospital, Ylalte Mnndurnma on Tuesdays ?ad Saturdays, Between the Hours of a *nd 5 p.m., and Galley Swamp on Thursdays Only, Be tween the Hoars of £ and 5 p.m

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

BARGAINS!!! Bargains in Drapery. Bargains in Grocery. Bargains in Boots and Shoes. Bargains in Crockery ware* Bargains in glassware. Bargains iu Stationery. Bargains in Fancy Goods, Bargains in Hosiery. Bargains in Ironmongery, Bargains in Furniture* Bargains in Patent Medicines. IN FACT. BARGAINS in EVERYTHING! W H IT R E ? ... AT -??:-— ??? -' ? MARK BEMIMCK'S, Universal Provider, hELUBVLX STREKT, G A R C O A R. o ? o ? o The Bargains to be Made, Espe cially in Drapery. Can't B Beaten. j And.?JI kinc's cf Musical Instruments. _^Your best security is to deal with an old-established responsible Firm, whose guarantee is of value, whose interest it is to sell or.ly gooci and reliable instru ments. Call or send for Illustrated Cata logues and Price Lists post free. Old Fiands taken in Exchange. Instruments sent every where on Easy Time Payment System. *UUKIE8-As:SHOWN;8Bnrto^,meeU*ft. ' fc|in, ^ffflTfr «in. high, or lower ; SilTOtDaahRaU Complete, with ?RIIEkSSEIkS?. Bu(rele»,£10 10s.;...

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Carcoar Police Court. Tuesday, Jan. 18th, 1898. Before Messrs H. Byrnes, P.M., and W. Clark and T. Fitzbatrick. Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Cnrcoar Police Court. Tuesday, Jan. 18th, 1898. Before Messrs B. Byrnes, P.M., and \V. Clark and T. Fnzuutrick. Js.P. W. Watts v. G. Wattp. -Assault. ? Mr Bissett appeared f..r complainant and Mr Mayhew for defon lant. ? In his evi dence complainant sUted that the asswi't had taken place on 23rd ult., and the summons gave the dite as 3i)ih ult. ? The information was Htthdrawn. William Richards (--u reivand) was charged with abducting Mary IDliusj a air. unier 14 years of age. ? Constable G.euengar, who arrested accused, deposed that Richatds informed h in h» had given the girl 3s to buy a ticket to go to C-jwra. Accused said he did nut know the girl's name. ? Mrs Elms deposed that on Monday, 10th inst., she git up at day light and found nor daughter was not in bed. Went to the Police Station and re ported the matter. Gave nobody any au thority to take her away. ? W. Tayl t (fet(ler) deposed that ab. u 5 a.m. oil the morning of lO.h inst. he saw Richards and Mary Elms crossing the la...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POINTED AND RISIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

PO I N TED ^ AND R I S I B L E. By 'Old Sport', Cowra. We can't give Young Australia much : of a start in many things. Here is a 1 , case in point : A young nipper was riding a big half-draught mare up a street re ', cently, when one of out* leading Com mission Agents bawled out from an hotel-verandah : ' You'd have a more comfortable ride if yoa got inside, Sonny ! ' ' So I would if her mouth was as big t s yours ! ' said the nipper. This retort is likely to be the death of the feeble old joke, and the country districts will be deprived of much of t'jeir gaiety. Mb Editor, who do you think are the best Collectors for an Hospital — ladies or gentlemen ? My opinion is that both should hare a trial. I would send three ladies round to collect from the male portion of the community and three gentlemen to the female portion. I know a married lady, who had been collecting all day long, who was overheard confidentially inform ing her husband that she had just promised to meet a man at a ce...

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 — 21 January 1898

: useful' \ LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. Up— Habden tj Blaymby. Mixrd Mixed Stations. (Sunday (Snndav excepted) excepted; a.m. pm. Harden —Depart 6 20 9 15 Murnnnburrab a a Pemondrille Junction 6 48 9 35 King'aVale a ???? a v' \ -Arrivr 7 55 10 25 Young j _-uepart 8 20 10 30 Bnrrangoug '' .- a - a Monleagle : a a Bendiok Morrell a a Crowther ? a a ? Koorawatha 10 15 11 56 1 —Arrive 115 a,in. Cowra \ p.m. 12 41 ( — Depait 5 20 12 55 Holmwood 5 32 17 Woodstock C.U 143 Waugoola a a Garland a a lyndhurst 7 30 2 50 'Manduratna 7 46 a Carcoar. 815 3 20 ' , Blayney ,?; 9 0 4 5 \ Down— Biayney to Hahdek. Mixed Mixed excepted) excepted) ? a.m. p.m. Blayney —Depart 4 55 9 55 Oarcoar 5 45 10 36 Mandnnuna 6 8 10 50 Lyndhurst 6 28 110 Garland a a Wangoola a a Woodstock 7 39 11 52 a.m. Holmwood 8 13 12 13 t —Arrive 8 25 12 23 Cowra i p.m. ' ( —Depart 3 45 12 45 ^Koorawatha 4 40 1 38 Crowthcr a ' *a Benriick Morrcll a a Monleagle a a Borrangong a a v™«» $ —Arrive 6 2G 310 ' Y-mn8 {? —Depart 6 50 3 30...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

NOTICE. Old Uncle John Pearce wishes to inform the inha bitants of the Mandurama, Care oar and Surrounding Districts that he is still keeping the Red Lion Hotel, Mandu rama. If ever to Mandurama you happen to go I'll tell you the best 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 is 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.' His table 's the best in the land, I'll admit. Eeither suited for swngman or swell. His bedrooms the best that ever I saw — 'UpIJto 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 JOH...

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

Galley Swamp. Otm Correspondent writes as under on 18tli inst : — A teani of cricketers from Lyndhuiat paid a visit here on Sntmday last, and made very short work of the local team. - Oilley Swnmp won the toss anil decided tn bat. With the assistance nf ' Mr Byes' (who mude top score), they managed to tot up 39 rims. Davis was very successful wiih the ball, taking no lo-s llinn seven wickets. Lyndhurst, in their 1st inn., scored Cl runs. Muugoton (28) showed tine term. Maunder, Mull ally, T. D'why and It. Rue each secured wickets. In their 2nd inn. Galley Swamp scored 52 runs, of which 'Our Schoolboy' contributed 23. Leaheatur and Eason secure! the most wickett-. Lyudhurst re quiring 22 runs to get to win, succeeded in obtaining them after losinv live wickets. ? A public meeting wdb beld in Digby's Hall on 16 li inst., for the purpnBB of considering the ndvisabili'y nf holding Sports here on Easter Monday. There was a fair Rtteinlancj of gentlemen pre sent, and Mr C. Ford was voted ...

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

Garland. Writing on the 18th inst. our Cor respondent says ?. — We had a splendid downpour of rain last Wednesday night, 2£inches being recorded. This rain was badly needed, as water was getting a scai-ce item, the creek being totally dry in many places. ? What miiHit have been a serious accident happened to Mr S. Healey on Monday last. It appears that Mr Healey was running some horses out of the bush, when the one lie was riding ran him against a tree and threw him to the ground, breaking one of his ribs. Dr. Hawthorne is now attending the suf ferer, who is expected to be well again shortly. ? A bush fire broke out in Mr Bunting's paddocs recently, and, but for plenty of help and careful watching, serious damage would have been done. The neighbors at once set to work, and, after a time, succeeded in putting out the flames. It is sup posed that the fire originated from a burning stump on the railway line. — The farmers are very busy thrashing, two machines being at work in the local...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

WANTED, General Servant For Small Family. — ^Muit re Sriimt end Cleanly. ? Fond of Children. ?&&_ Country Gir'. Pnfornd.' ' Apply: Mrs. MILES, Exohange Stores, Carooar. Tenders 'Wanted FUR Certain Extra Work and Rt paira on i he Premises Once Occupied by Mr. J. A. Ah zander, ChenuV, Najlor ... ? St., Carcoar. APPLT AT ONCE -for ??'? P*rti.u!uta to- THIS OFFICE.

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Galley Swamp Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Galley Swamp Progress Committee. From Our Corkespondent. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held at Mr Hocking's office last Wednesday. ? Present — Messrs Hocking (President), Rue, Williams, Ford and Bowen (Hon. Sec.) ? The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. ? —Correspondence was dealt with as follows — Frbm Den'ntv P.M.-G., notifying that the time-table for the mails between Mandurama and Galley Swamp had been altered, in accordance with the wish of the Com mittee. From same, stating that an Inspector would visit this place in re ference to telephonic communication ; received. From Department of Public Instruction, stating that the matter of water-supply at the Public School was under consideration ; received. From G. E. Moore, Hon. Treas., ten dering his resignation, as ho bad left the district ; received. ? The resig nation of Mr Moore was accepted -with regret. ? The Secretary was ap pointed Treasurer until the Annual Election. ? The Department o£ Public In...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT MAKES THEM CRY ? [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

WHAT MAKES THKM CEY ? I You have a very sore flager, let us say, ; It may bn n hurt, a boil or, worse still, ; that Cearfully-pamful tiling, a fel.D. Oh. | my ! oil, my ! What n time yon have j been trying to protect th»t poor linger, i It ia all the time getting hit or knocking | against something. Simply to keep it out ' of liann'd wny worries you more than ! doing a day's work ; nnd you don't sue- 1 ceed— and wouldn't, even with a dozjn polic mien to help you. You ura scared i of a fly (lirOHtunitig to lijjht on i'.. That is the principal on which Mrs. Eltz.ibetli Attau couldn't --oar the least ! iioism. She had no sore finger, but she j had what wns still more sensitive — » body full of sore nerves ; weak, Btnrved, un strung nerves. Su, the pruttlo of chil dren, the closing of a door, (he momen tary roar of u w -ggnn in thu street, the clnttor ?-! dishes in thu kitchen, the thou sand-und-one 8-n-ndB and noises Hint arc in the' iiir coi-stii't'y — why, thu smallest of them struck...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

LOOK! THE GfANT ALBUM OF SONGS, containing 184 PupulHr SongH, with wo (Id and mtisic, AND PEATT'8 CHART OF CHORDS, lining a quick me. liod of leainii.g to |-lay the jiiano or orgin wiLliuut a teacher, CfmiieobWiwd «t THIS OFPICj; Price, 6«. iJip Tit; Poitc.l, 5. % -. It ii a New Idi-j hivI u Gvand L:ii uiiil io SMi g Rxpidly. READ! F.-w businesses are so good thut iliey cannot be improved by good uilvoitisin^ It in as nocftsenry t.i advertise lo u customer us io a jn-osp- ctive customer. IF YOU W»nt ino-ipy W.i lit :- wift! Wan I a fdilll W. nt n cleik Want a partner Want n liuMiiimi Wint » hituation Want a Sfi vnnt gir! Want. Jo sell a piano Want to buy a horse W«nt to Feil ;i stition Want to liny or sell 'stock Want to sell any property Want to sell groceries or drapery Want to «'iig»i;c goo I »hear~i8 W.i'ir. to khII )imiw])..|,i fu iiifu'e {Want to buy vehicles and Ii^i-iiffs Want to find oiisfnuiers for anything A.DVKRTISE in thr LOCAL PAPER. adrfrtii-ing will bring you custome...

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Auctioneer, Barber Fruit, Vegetable and Produce Dealer, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

Auctioneer,' Barber. Fruit, Vege' tahle and Produce Dealer, &c Thos. J. Bexnktt, Fruiterer, Vege table and Produce Dealer, Barber, Auctioneer, &c, Opposite'' the City Bank, Manduuama. A Weil-Appointed Barbcring Saloon. An Easy Shava and Neat Haircut. The Soundest and Cheapest Fruits. Visits paid to Car coar and other places at regular in tervals. All Orders Promptly Exe cuted. In conjunction with Mr J. E. Watson, I am now prepared to con duct Public Auction Sales in Any Part of the District ; prompt atten tion given to business. Confectionery, Cool Diinks, &c., on hand. Opposite the City Bank, Maudurama. *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 21 January 1898

The subscription to (liis Journn] is 3b. per quarter, sirictly |.oyaWe iti ad vance. It is vone: of flic Olieappst Country NewspHpeia published in .(lie colony, and, coriHeqnently, lias jilieady a very Urge ciiculntion, winch is steadily incrpasing. AH Kinds of Job Printing Qiicklr, Neatly shdCitPsply Executed at Tliis Office. 'Kindly forward your onietn, when we will guarantee to give every satisfaction. ? -.- - ??- . Judicious advprtining is thj kcystonp to succesB in any business.

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