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Galley Swamp. Jan. 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

Galley Swainp. From Oun Cobrkspokdent. Jan.. 27th. Mr G H. Vitnell, who for the past five years has been in charge of the Local Public School, took his departure from here on Saturday, having been removed by the Department to Eugowri|. Mr Vitnell was greatly esteemed here, and his removal was the cause of sin cere regret. Efforts were made to retain him here, but, not withstanding that a —numer- ously-signed petition was pre sented to the Minister, he could riot grant ithe request. Mr Vitnell\s friends Tiave, however, the consolation of knowing that bis removal is in no way detri mental to his Departmental in terests, as H was; only a. matter of placing him in charge of a school tip to his qualifications. The ladies of this place ten dered Mr and Mrs Vitnell a .Social on the eve of their de parture in the Public Hall. There was a large attendance; and genuine regret was ex Sressed on all aides at Mir and Ire Vitnell's departure. Some , beat speeches were delivered, I all expressive ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POINTED AND RISIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

PO I N TED AND RISIBLE. By ' Olu Spout ', Cowua. Juvenile Smokers. — I think that tho Tasmanian measure prohibiting the smoking of cigars and cigarettes by children of either sex has much to ve comtnend it, and I believe that a si milar measure was some time ago put in force in one of the United States. Hum is no doubt that the habit of smoking amongst people of tender years is distinctly injurious, both morally and physically. Is it not nice to see a lot of swaggering nippers, -with pipes, cigars or cigarettes Btuck in their mouths, walking down the streets ? No doubt something should be done to protect individuals against their own weaknesses or injurious proclivities. Dr, Ross recently en deavored to persuade Parliament to pass a Bill which would render boys under 16 years of age liable to a fine or imprisonment when caught smo king in the streets, but the Dootor did not succeed. Commenting on this, I read where a weedy young Australian was heard to exclaim, in a tone of supreme ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A[?] TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

*&? A'l TRAINS. A train earo ? iw» for Harden on Saturdays only1*' « 9 Di:n. in connection With the t-25 n.in. tr n.Blayner to Cowra. A tre i leases: F tyney for Cowra on Fridays only at 4-*9 p.m., departing from Carcoar at 4 '52 p.m. A train leaves Cowra for Blayney on Fridays only at 1145 a.m. in connection with the 6-20 ».m. i rain, Harden to Cowra, A-J^l^iBMn for Cov,^ on SalumjyB only 4pj2 gKtnrtn ^onn^ctjon with'

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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USEFUL LOCAL RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. UP—HARDEN TO BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

U S»E F II L LOCAL BAftiWAY TIME-TABLE. ? ?: L^ Up— H^iiOEN T) Blavnev. ^ Mixed-.'-] Mixed '»«*? exceptfO) exempted) v-^ a.m.. -^ n m. Harden ^?eparl 0 20'. 9 15 Murrnmburrah a . n Demondrille Junction 0 48 , 0 35 King-Y«Je '??-* » -r a Young j _v|oeparf 8 20: 10 30 Burrangoug *^: ~_~J. a ? , a Monteaele , '- B . ft BendieVMorrettV ?- ? ? '? ft Orowther ' ' ? a a Koorawfttha K . ' 10 15 11 56 { . —Arrive 115 a.m. Cowra IJ. p.m. 12 41 ^T .— Depait 5 20 12 55 HolmwOW 532 17 VToodetoA €)1 143 Wiragocfe ^. b a GarUndws % a a I.yndhngt .-. 730 250 MandaifeQk ?/; 7 40 * Carcoarjk* *.-*?? 8 16 -t '.,8 20 Blaynejr^ ?*'?-' 9 0^l',;45 l^rN-jStYSET TO R£jj3-BK.', - ' ^ I^~~ Mixed Mixed Bfctiom,. (Sunday TOunday jy *»^ execpted) eXcepteii) : -, a.m. p.m. Blaynejf, -Depart 4 55 -955 CU«on;-». 5 45 10 36! Mandufttna - 6 8 10 SO Lyndhnert -V 6 28 .110 '? Garland^ ,-^v a ' » Wango*J» tt a .?-'-»? - Wpodei^k :;; 739 1152 ? Holmwood: * T '8 13 12 13 'T ^Arrive 8 25 12 23 ' Cowra t-?i ?'' p.m. ' .,-. ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Auctioneer, Barber. Fruit, Vege. table and Produce Dealer, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

Auctioneer, Barber. Fruit, Vege* table and Produce Dealer, &c Thos. J. Bennett, Fruiterer, Vege table and Produce Dealer, Barber, Auctioneer, &c, Opposite the City Bank, Mandueama. A Well-Appointed Barbering 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. £. 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 Drinks, &c, on liand. Opposite the -City Bank, Mandurama. * Mr Bf.ai.hy-Smith, dentist, will be in Carcoar 'on Wednesday, 9th prox. Messrs John W. Fox & Son will sell t-y public auction on Thursday ?next llle whole of the effects of the late Mrs C. Rowe, of Galley Swainp. Sale will take place at her late residence at 2 p.m. Read advt. in this issue for further particulars. Tkkdeks will be. received at The Tr...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Excellent Musical Magazine. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

iii Excellent Magical Magazine. We have received from Messrs Allan & Co., Proprietary, Limited, Collins St., Melbourne, a oopy of Allan's Melbourne Musical Magazine,' No. 2, which has ran into its third edition,- so that the latter fact speaks [or 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 their Magazines, &c, because we always did believe in the principle of ' Help ing Those Who Assist Us ' — a very good principle, too, don't you think so, dear readers P The contents of the Magazine under reView* are as follows :-r-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 j Iii the Luggage van Ahead, sung by Miss Ada Baker — a beautiful song ; ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

Sale fcy Public Auction. JOHN W. FOX & SON have Received Instructions fro.n G. H. GENNYS, Esq. (who is Leaving the District), to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION,! At His Residence, STOKE, NEAR CAECOAE. On Tuesday Next (The 1st Day of FKB., 1898). at TWO p.m., His HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, Consisting of : Bedsteads and Budding, Oroclcerv, Cook* ing (T ensiU, Daiiy Utensils, Farming Implements, Btiggy and Harness, Carriage and HarncBR, Dray and Harness, Horses, Cuttle, Poultry, Galvanised and Iron Tanks and a Lot of Sundrios Too Numerous to Particularise. TERMS. CASH. — NO RESERVE JOHN W. FOX & SON, AUCTIONEERS, Cabcoau. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION In the INTESTATE ESTATE of the Late Miis. CAROLING ROWS. THE Undersigned have Received In etructiuim fttitu the Ctifr'tor of In, testOe Estates to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, At the Late Residence of the Late Mr». Caroline Rowc,*at GALLEY SWAMP, On Thursday Next (The 3rd Day of FEB.. 1898), at TWO pm , The FOLLOWING PERSONAL ' ' ' ?? E...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ALL-SORTS! [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

ALL-SORTS! By ' Luny '. Fourth test match begins tomor row. It 18 to be lioped Our Patriot, with a Bank behind himt will not attempt to square the Englishmen on the strength of those two half-crowns. Now, ye dog^Jnen ! Here's a chance to make a rise. In order to give others a show, All-Sorts will ? not be repre sented on this occasion. ??-?* ? Our Local Ranji will have to plaj up better if he wants to win the bat. His average is going down. * # Duck hogs were rather too ooramon at the Cricket Ground Oii Saturday. The first over set a bod example, eh, .Lin. ? * # Who killed Brady's dog P Another poet has arisen in our midst. A rival to Gil. At advertising rates, an unlimited number of poems will be welcomed. But, unfortunately, poets are born, not made. The Band, in future, goes on strike ngainst playing for ' nix '. Quite right too. ? ? The Carcoar Jockey Club is going in for style this year. Did you see those programmes ? Three candidates for the two seats in the Municipal Council....

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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GOOD FOOD—GOOD DIGESTION—GOOD CHEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

GOOD FOOD-GOOD DIGESTION GOOD CHEEU. ' MoKAL chaYacter is located in the sto mncli,' nays n remit writer. He is wrung; hut there is a shade of truth in the i'lei he lhro«s out. Napoleon was often willing t-- trust --i hers l-- loi.k after tlio arms and aninimiiticiii of bin armies. but the commissary department he locked alter himself. The bravest ine.i won't Sight unless they are fed, he said. Nor will they. ? - That's why we are notau[-iiatd to find Mr. William Jones bos/ in» that at a cer tain time he was in slow ami dcspoHitint; state of mind. Bj yives 'he reason him gelt in thi sew.. rd?. 'I was weak' Audi why wfu'he weak ? Heex|ilniiis ihat, !?«-. ' 'T was always strong ami healthy,' he | says, ' up to January, 1892. Then 1 hud a severe attack of n.nueiizu, folluue I liy congestion of tho lungs. After this I iieviir liol qp my strength, and I uas low, weak anil deaponditiL'. I had a l-:i-l taste iu the iiniiiiii, my appetite was p-mr, and every 111111-8^1 of fond I lonk g-ve m...

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Our Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

Our Council. The usual fortnightly, meeting of the members of the Carcoar Municipal Council waB held in their Chambers, Iceley St., on Tuesday evening. Present— Aldermen Clark (Mayor, m the chair), Bassett, Wftuon, May hew, Byrnes and the Council Clerk (Mr J. W. Fox). Sg«Bs& ???£... ? JrTJie^lninules of the last meeting were read'and confirmed. The Revision Court was then held, when' three new names were added to and three (deceased) struck off the .Municipal List. As the Mayor was obliged to leave the Chambers' at this stage, Aid. Byrues was voted to the chair. The following accounts were passed for payment — J. Stammers, labor with horse and dray, 19s ; W. Mitchell, labor, £3; J. W. Fox, salary, rent and postage, £1 Is 5d ; J. Tankey, lamplighting, £1 5r 5d ; and Matliio son & Co., advertising and printing, £1 12s 6d. Total, £7 18s 4d. A letter was received from the Board of Health, forwarding a report from the Inspec' or kg several of the Carcoar dairies, and reco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

LOOK! THE GjANT.ALBUMlOFSpNGS, cohtaihing '184 PpiJ^lnr Songs1, with woids ftlid omsic, ' ' ? AND PRATT'S CHART OF. CHORpS, lining a quick nitt.liod of' learning to |ilay thu jiiauo ur organ without a toacher, : ' : ' C?n be outlined nt THIS OFFIG ~&. Piioe.S^. life LJb;--:P6*M, 5-.- 21. It is a New Itlt-a »wd n Grand Lm- and is Scllitg Riipidly.* ? READ! F«-w biiEinresea are so gopd that lliey caniidt'lie improved liy good ailvciti^ing . It is as necessary tj. advertise to « customer hb to a prosp»ctive customer. IF YOXJ Want money . ' ' Wont a wifu Want a fa«m W«nt acleik W-ant a partner Want n imsbunu W^nt a situation Want a scivant gir! Want to sell a piano ; ^Vnt kp hay a horse \ ? 'Want to Fell a station Want to buy or sell stock Want to sell any property Want to sell groceries ur drapery Want to engage gno-1 »-heart*,!S Wnut «o sell liouseh.il.l fumituie ?Want to liuy t-chiclKS and harness Want to Gnd custnmeis for anything ADVERTISE in TnE LOCAL PAPER. AdrprtiMng wil...

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A Grand New Year's Present. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

A Ctrand New Year's I'reseut. We have received a copy of Paling^ Christmas Annual, No. In, which is a i-eal beauty. We npticc several favo rite songs in the list of contents, in cluding ' My Dad's the Engineer ', which was so popular at the livoh ; ' Dennio Murphy's Daughter Nell ', sung by Miss Rao Cowen ; ' Little Empty Stockings ', a Children's Christmas Song; 'The Song. My Mother Sang' (same style. *-as 'The Song that Reached My Heait), ' Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond ' and ' Norah, the Pride of Kildare ', the favorite Scotch and Irish songs; 'Over the Hills and Away ', by Gk E. Vincent, a native of Mittagocg, 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 instru mental numbers include ' The Dorothy Gavotte1, dedicated to the Hon. Dorothy Brand by Mias Sylvia Blacks ton, the composer of the 'Ei-uba Waltz', &c, and the celebrated 1 Washing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

; The subscription to this JournHl 'is 3s. per qunTier, airictly jiiiyHbifiiih ad vance. It fis .one of the XJheappBt Country Newspaper* i.'f.ubiislii-d ' in \\\e eoJoryy ands- wnueqiiently, Jias wjieadf a very Urge circuliitioii, which is aten&ny iutreBstng. , , * All Kinds of Job Printing Q licklv, Nearly. and. CnPBply Bjcecuted pt- Tin's j Office. Kindly. forwntd '-your ordern, ' whon we will guarantee to give every ButiBfttction. ? ???;? ??? ? ? ? ??:'..? *?.??' i- -.;.;-.; .- * - -? Judicious advortising is tho keystone to suocess in any business,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 28 January 1898

NOTICE. Old Uncle Jolm Pearce wishes to inform the inha bitants of the Mandurama, Carcoar and Surrounding Districts that he is still keeping the Ked Lion Hotel, Mandu rama. If ever to Mandurama you happen to go I'll tell yon the best place to dwell ; You'll find every thing up to the handle I'll swear If you stay at the BED LION HOTEL. The best brands of Spirits and Beer he has got, I am certain you'll say it is so ; He deals from & 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 laud, I'll admit. Eeither suited for swagman or swell. His bedrooms the best that' ever I saw — 'Upl|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 -KED LION HOTE...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

Chubch,of England FiBBr Sunday.— Carcoar,- H a.m, (B.C.) and 7.30 p.m. ; Shaw, 3 p.m. Scocnd Sunday.— Carcoar, 11 a.m. sLynd hurst, 3 p.m. ; Oslley Swamp, 7.30 p.m. Tbird Sukoay.— Carcoar, It a.m. Marangulla, 3 p.m. ; Mandurama, 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday. — Carcoar, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Lyndburst, 3 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when recurring).— Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Mandurama, 3 p.m. (H.C )

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THE CHURCHES. ROMAN CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

- THE CHURCHES. Roman Catholie. 1st Sunday.- — Carcoa*. 8.30 a.m. ; Blayney, 11a.m.; and 7.20 p.m. 2nd Sunday. — Blavney, 8.30 a.m.; Carcoar. 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. 3rd Sunday.— Carcoar, 8.30 n.m., and 7.30 p.m.; Blayney, 11 a.m. 4Fth Sunday.— Vittoria 11 a.m.; Blayney, 7.30 p.m. 5th Suxday (when occurring).— Neville, 11a.m.; Carcoar, 7.30 p.m.; 1st Wednesday.— Bfbwn'e Creek, -9 ».m . 3rd WsdSbsdaT.— %ndhurst* 9. am.

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

LAW RELATING TO NKWSPAPERS. 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 tUe publishers may con tinue to send them until all arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from tbe office to which they are directed they are held responsible until they have settled their biu- and ordered them to be discontinued. 4. If eubrcribers move Vt other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former address, they are responsiDle. . ? 5 The Courts have decided that . refusing to take periodicals from the office or remov ing of leaving tliem uncalled for is pbima Facie evidenee of intentional frand. . 6. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes us* 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...

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CARCOAR COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

CARCOAR COURTS. The Police Court and Small Debts Court are held on Abe first and third Tuesdays in each month. All other C^urt .business to be made returnable for these days.

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The Carcoar Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

The Carcoar Electorate. A well-attended meeting of those in favor of Mr J. Fagan, of ' Sunny Ridge, standing for Parliamentary' honors at the coming General Elec tion was held at Kenworthy's Victoria Hotel yesterday, when it was decided to persnade Mr Fagan to offer himself as a candidate, Mr r agan was sun sequently interviewed, when he pro mised to give a final decision within the next few days. Should Mr Fagan decide to contest the Carcoar Seat, the coming election will be a very ex citing one, as The Boss of Sunny Ridge is very popular with all classes, and, more than that, The Six Quid A Week won't trouble Old Jack in the least, as' he is (good luck to him) an independent lad. t i Mr Waddbm., M.P., who is contest ing this seat at the coming election in the interests of Protection, will ad dress a public meeting in the Academy of Music, Carcoar, on Monday night. The address will deal with the policy of the Government and the actions of the present Parliament. Mr Waddell is credi...

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PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 4 February 1898

»: PENKY POSTAGE. The penny pottBge system U in force on letters posted between the following Post Offices: Bariw.fBlaynoy; Brown's Creek, Burnt Yard«,'-3»dia, Carcoar, Eganton, Forest fieefB. Galley Swamp;' Garland, GreghsmB town, Hobby's Yards, King's Plains, Lynd hurst, Mandurama, Millthorpe, Moorilda, Neville,, Newbridge. Norton, Shaw and Spring Hill.

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